College Update: Former FCIAC stars shine for women’s basketball college teams

Former Stamford High School star Tiana England had an excellent sophomore season as the St. John’s University starting point guard to highlight the accomplishments of many former FCIAC high school girls’ basketball players who have continued as student-athletes at their respective colleges. Those highlights are listed below underneath the high schools which the women graduated … Read more

The 2019 FCIAC Spring Tournament Schedule

FCIAC Baseball Tournament Saturday, May 18 – Quarterfinals at higher seeds Ludlowe 5, Warde 4 (9 innings) Staples 8, Brien McMahon 0 St. Joseph 11, Trumbull 10 Darien 8, Danbury 2 Tuesday, May 21 – Semifinals at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford Staples 4, St. Joseph 2 Ludlowe 5, Darien 3 Wednesday, May 22 – Final at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford … Read more

The 2019 FCIAC Spring Tournament Schedule

FCIAC Baseball Tournament Saturday, May 18 – Quarterfinals at higher seeds Ludlowe 5, Warde 4 (9 innings) Staples 8, Brien McMahon 0 St. Joseph 11, Trumbull 10 Darien 8, Danbury 2 Tuesday, May 21 – Semifinals at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford Staples 4, St. Joseph 2 Ludlowe 5, Darien 3 Wednesday, May 22 – Final at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford … Read more

A look back: FCIAC teams racked up 13 state championships this winter

Eleven teams from the FCIAC won a total of 13 state championships to highlight the success the conference achieved during the 2018-19 high school winter sports season which concluded in late March. The Norwalk High School and Trinity Catholic High School girls’ basketball teams each won their respective state class tournaments while New Canaan won … Read more

Stamford’s Tiana England stars for St. John’s women’s basketball

Tiana England concluded her career at Stamford High School a few years ago and secured her legacy as one of the best girls’ basketball players ever from the FCIAC. England is now continuing her success on the major college level. England recently put the wraps on a very good season as the starting sophomore point … Read more

After 28-0 season, Norwalk girls basketball is ranked No. 1 in final GameTimeCT poll

It was quite the memorable, dream season for Norwalk High School’s girls’ basketball team – an undefeated 28-0 record, FCIAC and state championships – and the inevitable did occur with the Bears being the unanimous choice as No. 1 in the Final 2018-19 GameTimeCT Girls Basketball Top 10 Poll. Trinity Catholic was ranked seventh as … Read more

Staples hosts FCIAC junior and senior All-Star basketball games

The FCIAC will be holding a pair of boys basketball All-Star games at Staples High School in Westport on Monday, March 25. The Junior game will tip off at 6 p.m., followed by the Senior game at 7:45 p.m. Senior All-Stars Eastern Division Coach Joel Geriak, Wilton Jeff Meyers, Ludlowe Nick Kronenberg, Wilton Matt Becker, … Read more

Congratulations to all of our state champions for the winter season!

Girls Indoor Track and Field Class LL – Danbury Hatters Wrestling Class LL, State Open and New England – Danbury Hatters Gymnastics Class LL – Greenwich Cardinals Class M – Wilton Warriors Girls Ice Hockey New Canaan Rams Final: New Canaan 3, Darien 1 Cheerleading Class LL – Danbury Hatters Boys Swimming & Diving Class … Read more

Norwalk rallies, stuns New London on buzzer-beater for Class LL championship

UNCASVILLE — The Norwalk girls basketball team was eight minutes from seeing its unbeaten season end in the worst possible way in the CIAC Class LL championship game. The No. 1 Bears were down 11 heading into the fourth quarter to No. 2 New London, but rather than folding, they began to chip away at … Read more

Two years after an 18-loss season Trinity Catholic defeats top-seeded Canton for Class S state championship

UNCASVILLE—Greatness came in a flash and handed the Trinity Catholic girls basketball team the ultimate prize. Within a span of just several minutes in her team’s Class S final against Canton, Iyanna Lops showed just why she’s continuing her career at the highest possible level. Lops stamped her authority on both sides of the court, … Read more