CIAC asks to resume conditioning; Board of Control will meet again Sunday

The following is from the CIAC’s website, CHESHIRE, Conn. – The CIAC Board of Control met this morning to review last night’s discussion with the DPH and establish a timeline for decisions on the start of fall sports. The CIAC has requested that the DPH consider allowing our member schools to resume the non-contact … Read more

CIAC Board of Control: All fall sports will go on as planned in 2020

Fall sports in Connecticut will go on as planned, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference announced Wednesday afternoon following an anticipated vote by its Board of Control. Click here for the complete story

CIAC releases fall sports plan

The following is from the CIAC’s website, To view the CIAC’s 2020 fall sports plan, click here The CIAC has released its plan for a return to interscholastic athletics this fall. A point of emphasis throughout the development of this plan is the fluid nature of planning around COVID. While sports in Connecticut have … Read more

Coaches Corner: Kyle Seaburg, Norwalk

Kyle Seaburg Norwalk Field Hockey Years as head coach: 26 years Other sports coached or currently coaching: Coached JV baseball at Norwalk for 13 years. Full-time profession: Social StudiesTeacher/Project Lead for Digital Media Communications Academy at Norwalk High (A program in which students created podcasts, documentary films, music production and graphic design). From the coach: … Read more

FCIAC teams captured five state championships during fall season

It is an annual occurrence during the fall season. Just as one can be sure that the leaves will change color and eventually fall off of the trees during late October and early November, one can also be sure that the FCIAC will have much success and collect several state championships during the fall season’s … Read more

Frustrated in two previous meetings, Staples bests Darien for 4th straight Class L field hockey title

WETHERSFIELD—For the Staples field hockey program, there is no place more beautiful than Wethersfield in late November. The Wreckers captured their fourth consecutive Class L field hockey state championship Saturday by defeating Darien, 4-2 at Wethersfield High School’s Joe Cottone Field. “To win four straight state championships is an amazing feeling,” said Staples senior tri-captain … Read more

2019 All-FCIAC Field Hockey Awards

All-FCIAC First Team and individual photos are available as digital images or as 8×10 glossy prints. To purchase photos, click here or email [email protected] First Team Molly Hellman, Darien Madelaine Ambrose,– Staples Olivia Hahn, Wilton Tessa Albrecht, Norwalk Kyle Kirby, Staples Estelle Asker, New Canaan Demi Janis, Greenwich Raina Johns, Darien Grace Cooper, Staples Isabella Carrozza, Ridgefield Catherine … Read more

Staples Overcomes Early Deficit To Defeat Darien For Fourth Straight State Title

WETHERSFIELD — If winning not one, but two outright state championships the last two years wasn’t quite enough to change the narrative, then perhaps for the Staples field hockey team the third time was a charm. Staples won its third consecutive outright Class L state title — four in a row with 2016’s co-championship — … Read more

CIAC Scoreboard: Staples field hockey, Trumbull volleyball claim state crowns

The FCIAC will have six teams in contention for four championships when the CIAC’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball finals are played on Saturday, Nov. 23. The Class L field hockey and Class LL volleyball finals will feature head-to-head clashes of  FCIAC teams, while two boys soccer teams will be playing, with Greenwich in Class … Read more

Freshman Hapgood, senior Hellman propel Darien past Ridgefield, into Class L field hockey final

WESTON — It says a lot about the enduring legacy of the Darien field hockey program that in the spotlight of a state semifinal game, the leaders of the Blue Wave’s offense were a senior veteran and a freshman who just joined the varsity team a few weeks ago. Ryan Hapgood, the freshman, delivered a … Read more