FCIAC Hall of Fame Class of 2017

The FCIAC will be inducting six new members into its Hall of Fame this year, and the Class of 2017 will be honored at the league’s year-ending banquet in June. The group includes inductees from seven schools and six towns. FCIAC Hall of Fame Class of 2017 Mike King – Trumbull AD and Westhill AD … Read more

College Round-Up: Former FCIAC girls basketball stars light up college courts

There are many former FCIAC girls basketball players who had successful careers in high school and plenty of them have continued to pursue their passion for hoops as student-athletes at their respective colleges. Sixteen of those women’s college basketball players are listed under which high school they each graduated from along with their respective statistics … Read more

FCIAC’s winter teams captured 12 CIAC championships

The Trinity Catholic boys basketball team, Ridgefield boys ice hockey team, and Greenwich boys swimming and diving team won state championships on March 18 to highlight the success of the FCIAC at the state tournaments or state championship meets conducted by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference for the 2016-17 winter sports season. The conference collected … Read more

Class LL Girls Basketball Final – New London 42, Trumbull 36 – box score

New London 42, Trumbull 36 At Mohegan Sun Arena, Sat., March 18 Team  1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final New London 11 12 9 10 42 Trumbull 8 12 11 5 36 Click here for the complete box score, and play by play, from ciacsports.com New London: Rosalee Nicholson 1 0-0 2; Jada Lucas 2 2-6 7; … Read more

2017 All-FCIAC Girls Basketball Awards

All-FCIAC team and individual photos are available in 8×10 glossy prints for $20 or as digital images for $25. To purchase photos, click here or email Dave Stewart, Sports Information Director at [email protected] First Team Claudia Tucci – Trumbull Caroline Curnal – Ridgefield Alexa Kellner – Stamford Daja Polk – Fairfield Warde Iliana Krasniqi – … Read more

Trumbull Eagles to play New London for Class LL girls basketball championship

The Trumbull Golden Eagles have landed on the Sun. Claudia Tucci hit a milestone basket to give her team the lead for good as the top-seeded Golden Eagles punched their ticket to the finals with a 45-38 overtime victory over the No. 5 Mercy Tigers, in the CIAC Class LL semifinals Monday night in Milford. … Read more

Updated CIAC hoops and hockey tournament scoreboard, schedules

Still Alive: Girls Basketball (Trumbull – Class LL); Boys Basketball (Trinity Catholic – Class S); and Boys Ice Hockey (Ridgefield – Div. I) State Scoreboard and Schedule Friday, March 17 Boys Ice Hockey – Div. I Semifinals at Ingalls Rink, New Haven Northwest Catholic 6, New Canaan 3 Ridgefield 5, West Haven 1 No. 2 Ridgefield (23-2-0) … Read more

Nor’easter disrupts state championship week schedule

The Nor’easter forecast for the region tonight and tomorrow has caused some major disruptions to the CIAC tournament schedule for this week. Included in the latest moves have been the postponements of tomorrow’s Div. III boys ice hockey and the Class LL and M boys basketball semifinals to Wednesday, and the postponements of Wednesday’s Class … Read more

Class LL Girls Basketball: No. 1 Trumbull advances to semis; Stamford falls at the buzzer

The Trumbull Golden Eagles’ quest for their first state girls basketball championship in more than 40 years remains alive and well. The Eagles overcame a five-point deficit with 5:52 remaining and defeated the No. 8 NFA Panthers, 45-40, in the CIAC Class LL quarterfinals Thursday night at Trumbull High School. The Eagles closed the game … Read more

Trumbull, Stamford still fighting in Class LL girls basketball playoffs

The Trumbull Golden Eagles and Stamford Black Knights, the finalists in this year’s FCIAC girls basketball tournament, are the last two conference teams standing in the CIAC Class LL playoffs heads towards the quarterfinals. Trumbull (24-1) will host NFA (18-4), while Stamford (20-5) plays at New London (20-2) in the next round. Both games will … Read more