Boys basketball: St. Joseph stuns Stamford in overtime

St. Joseph’s Paul Fabbri took a pass from Dan Tobin just inside the front court off an inbounds play that began 84-feet away with 3.8 seconds remaining. A junior, Fabbri  went over a defender and put the ball in off the glass to beat the buzzer and Stamford High, 75-74, in overtime at Vito Montelli … Read more

St. Joseph holds off McMahon to advance

TRUMBULL — Barely holding off an upset-minded Brien McMahon team for most of the first half, St. Joseph needed a momentum swing in a big way.

That turn came 34 minutes into the first, as Jessica Mazo connected with Maddie Fried on a textbook two-on-one chance to break the scoreless tie.

The second-ranked Cadets would go on to defeat No. 7 McMahon 2-0 at home in the FCIAC quarterfinals Thursday.

“For 20 minutes in the first half I really thought they were playing better than us,” said Cadets coach Jack Nogueira, whose team will play the winner of No. 6 Trumbull and No. 3 Ridgefield in the semis on Monday. “Once we scored the first goal I thought we weren’t as nervous and started playing a little bit better. Today we finished our opportunities. They had a couple opportunities they could’ve finished that they didn’t, we found a way to win a game that was very tough for us.”

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Greenwich High, Greenwich Academy swimmers earn All-America accolades

Numerous All-American performances helped the Greenwich High School and Greenwich Academy swimming teams produce championship seasons and, recently, those achievements were recognized by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association. The NISCA/Speedo Swimming All-America Team was recently announced and the Cardinals and Gators were well-represented. For Greenwich High, Meghan Lynch, a rising sophomore, earned All-America honors … Read more

New Canaan football remembers coach, former player Jason Cooper

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Darien searches for new QB while defense gets up to speed

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