Moreno’s two TDs, key fourth-down conversions lifts Ludlowe past Danbury

DANBURY — Ludlowe football coach Mitch Ross doesn’t care what the conventional wisdom says. He’s going for it on fourth down. And Friday night at Danbury, it helped earn the Falcons clinch a winning season. Carlos Moreno scored his second touchdown on a fourth-and-4 at midfield, and a fourth-and-2 conversion near midfield, James Bourque to … Read more

Pandiscia saves South Windsor’s season in penalty kicks over Danbury

DANBURY — The 14 saves South Windsor keeper Mike Pandiscia made in regulation and overtime were simply a warmup for his heroics in penalty kicks. Pandiscia saved two of the five shots he faced in PKs, with the final try sailing over the crossbar, giving the No. 23 Bobcats the win (1-1, 3-2 in PKs) … Read more

Peters goes off in second half as No. 3 Darien survives Danbury’s upset designs

BROOKFIELD — After topping Greenwich on the game’s final play last week, there was every reason for the Darien football team to view Saturday’s road contest with Danbury as a trap game. While the Blue Wave made early miscues and faced enough scares from Danbury to last a plethora of Halloweens, at crunch time they … Read more

Field set for FCIAC boys soccer tournament

Norwalk and Ludlowe clinched playoff berths on the final day of the regular season, setting the field for the FCIAC boys soccer tournament. The tournament will begin on Thursday with quarterfinal games at the top four seeds. The semifinals will follow on either Monday or Tuesday at Ludlowe, with the final scheduled for Thursday, Nov. … Read more

Staples boys win 4th straight FCIAC Boys Cross Country title

NEW CANAAN — All hail the 4-Peat. The army known as the Staples boys cross country team ran off with the FCIAC championship Tuesday at warm and sunny Waveny Park. The Wreckers finished with 45 points from their top five finishers to hold off Ridgefield (77 points) and Danbury (96 points) to earn their fourth … Read more

Joyner, Danbury roll over Westhill on homecoming

DANBURY — Because of construction on the track surrounding the football field, the Danbury football team was playing for the first time all season in its home stadium. The Hatters made the most of the time in the stadium, running all over Westhill 42-0 in front of a jubilant homecoming crowd. Click here for more

Ridgefield Tigers are No. 1 in girls cross country poll; Nine FCIAC teams ranked

The strength of the FCIAC cross country teams this fall is quite evident given that many girls’ and boys’ teams from the conference are ranked high in the current MySportsResults/soundRUNNER Connecticut High School Coaches Cross Country Poll which was released Sept. 19. Ridgefield is ranked first to lead a contingent of three FCIAC teams among … Read more