FCIAC Exceptional Scholar-Athletes, Fall, 2018

Blake Cellar, Darien Football Blake has been accepted to the National Honor Society and has a cumulative GPA of 4.27. He has been awarded the Cornell Book Award and placed first at a statewide DECA (business) competition. Blake has won two Class LL state championships as a me mber of the varsity football team. The … Read more

Boys Soccer Standings Update: Unbeaten Danbury leads FCIAC playoff hunt

The Danbury Hatters are the last remaining unbeaten team in FCIAC boys soccer, as the season turns the corner into the home stretch of the playoff race. The Trumbull Eagles, who had been atop the standings, suffered their first loss of the season in a 1-0 nailbiter to the Greenwich Cardinals on Thursday. That opened … Read more

Meet The Captains: Brian Alessandro Coronado, Stamford Boys Soccer

Being named a captain of a high school sports team is a huge honor for athletes. Those who earn the captain’s role are leaders for their peers both on and off the field, and take on a great responsibility to their teammates and coaches. The FCIAC is honoring these leaders with the “Meet The Captains” … Read more

Meet The Captains: Josh Labkoff, Stamford Boys Soccer

Being named a captain of a high school sports team is a huge honor for athletes. Those who earn the captain’s role are leaders for their peers both on and off the field, and take on a great responsibility to their teammates and coaches. The FCIAC is honoring these leaders with the “Meet The Captains” … Read more

Meet The Captains: Mamadou Diallo, Stamford Boys Soccer

Being named a captain of a high school sports team is a huge honor for athletes. Those who earn the captain’s role are leaders for their peers both on and off the field, and take on a great responsibility to their teammates and coaches. The FCIAC is honoring these leaders with the “Meet The Captains” … Read more

FCIAC Football Week One By the Numbers: Three tops one, big birds, and first wins

Opening week of the FCIAC football season is in the books and there were some wild games, including an unexpected shutout between top-ranked teams. Seven FCIAC teams debuted new head coaches, with three picking up victories, while the three-time defending state champion Darien Blue Wave started the campaign in typical fashion: With a win. In … Read more

College Baseball Roundup: Former FCIAC standouts excel for college teams

There were many former FCIAC baseball players who pursued their passion for the sport as student-athletes at their respective colleges during the past 2018 spring season. Several of those players had excellent seasons for their college teams. The statistics and highlights of those players along with those of many other former FCIAC players are listed … Read more

College Softball Roundup: Former FCIAC stars on the college diamonds

Former Fairfield Ludlowe star Brenna Martini became the first player to ever be named Northeast-10 Player of the Year in three straight seasons and former Wilton star Lizette Roman-Johnston also concluded an outstanding collegiate career. Those were two of the major highlights of former FCIAC softball players who played for their college programs this past … Read more

Football in July: Nine FCIAC teams play in New Canaan’s Grip It & Rip It tourney

Sure the temperatures are in the mid 90s and it’s the first week of the July. So what? Let’s play some football. The 11th annual Grip It & Rip 7-on-7 passing tournament will hit New Canaan High School this weekend, with games on Friday and Saturday, July 6 and 7. The field will include approximately … Read more

Former FCIAC commissioner John Kuczo enters Fairfield County Sports Hall of Fame

Former FCIAC commissioner John Kuczo will be among the inductees into the Fairfield County Sports Hall of Fame as the Class of 2018 was announced on Wednesday. Kuczo will be inducted into the J. Walter Kennedy Community Service Wing, alongside his father, the late Paul Kuczo, Sr. Former Trinity Catholic and UConn basketball star Rashamael … Read more