Field set for FCIAC tennis tournaments

The match-ups have been set for the FCIAC girls and boys tennis tournaments which will kick off the league’s postseason competition this week. The Staples Wreckers look like double trouble for the rest of the conference as both the boys and girls teams earned the No. 1 seeds with undefeated records. The Staples’ boys wrapped … 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

Darien boys lacrosse tops national rankings; FCIAC teams dominate state poll

The Darien Blue Wave has taken over the No. 1 spot on the Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse Top 25 High School Power rankings, which were announced this week. Darien (8-0 overall, 5-0 FCIAC), moved ahead of Hill Academy of Ontario (11-1), which fell to Culver Academy of Indiana (12-1) last weekend. Following Darien in the top … Read more

College Round-Up: FCIAC grads starred on the basketball courts

There were many former FCIAC boys basketball players who and had much success as high school hoopers and they continued to pursue their passion for the sport as student-athletes at their respective colleges during the past 2016-17 season. Jeremiah Livingston (a Westhill High School graduate), Roy Kane, Jr. (Norwalk), Matt Shifrin (Wilton), Rashard Rodriguez (Trumbull), … Read more

Watch Ludowe vs. Stamford girls lacrosse today on HAN

Lacrosse and softball are in the HAN Network spotlight this week, as three games will carried live from Monday through Wednesday. First up is a girls lacrosse game between the Ludlowe Falcons and Stamford Black Knights at 4 p.m., Monday, at Ludlowe’s Taft Field. Ludlowe comes in with records of 3-3 overall and 1-3 in … Read more

Wilton girls lacrosse tips Greenwich in battle of FCIAC powers

The Wilton High girls lacrosse team notched its second big one-goal win in three days by holding on for an 8-7 victory over Greenwich on Thursday night at home. The Warriors (4-1) used a similar recipe to that of Tuesday’s 10-9 win at Ridgefield. They fell behind early, pulled even midway through the game, and … 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

Five FCIAC players receive CHSCA All-State boys basketball honors

Five FCIAC boys basketball players have been named to the Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-State for the 2016-17. The group included Conor Harkins of Greenwich, J.J. Pfohl of Trumbull, and Alec Preston of Darien in Class LL; Matt Kronenberg of Wilton in Class L; and Dutreil Contavio of Trinity Catholic in Class S. All … Read more

FCIAC places 21 on CHSCA All-State boys ice hockey teams

The FCIAC had 21 boys ice hockey players, including three from the Div. I state champion Ridgefield Tigers, named to the Connecticut High School Coaches Association All-State team for the 2016-17 season. The honorees were chosen by the CHSCA members. The Div. I First Team featured five FCIAC stars, including goalie Sean Keegans, defenseman Harrison … Read more

Greenwich’s Safir Scott strikes gold, several FCIAC athletes star at New England track championships

Greenwich senior Safir Scott won the high jump when he cleared 6 feet, 9 inches and was the sole individual champion from the FCIAC at the New England High School Indoor Track and Field Championships on March 4 at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston. Greenwich junior Emily Phillippides placed second in … Read more