Former FCIAC stars excelled for college football teams

Zach Allen, a former New Canaan High School football star, wrapped up an excellent career as a senior defensive end at Boston College and former Trinity Catholic standout Thomas Costigan concluded an excellent career as a senior linebacker at Bryant University to highlight many of the strong seasons that former FCIAC football players had while … Read more

Wilbur Cross knocks out Stamford, advances to Class LL semifinals

NEW HAVEN — It’s been 35 years since the Wilbur Cross girls’ basketball team has reached a state final. Now, the Governors are within 32 minutes of doing just that. Wilbur Cross (20-6), seeded 11th, knocked out 19th-seeded Stamford Thursday night, 45-37, at the Robert Saulsbury Gymnasium in the quarterfinals of the CIAC Class LL … Read more

Landsiedel, No. 19-seeded Stamford rally past No. 3 Trumbull, reach Class LL quarterfinals

TRUMBULL — With her team down seven to No. 3 Trumbull heading into the fourth quarter, No. 19 Stamford coach Diane Burns asked her team if they wanted to give up or battle back? The Black Knights chose to battle back. Using a 17-0 run, Stamford came back, going from down seven to up by … Read more

Greenwich wins 12th straight FCIAC swimming title

GREENWICH — Some traditions never fade. Such is the case with the tradition that exists at Greenwich High School, where its boys swimming team has a penchant for gathering together and performing its best when it counts the most. Once again showcasing its superior depth, Greenwich continued its reign of supremacy, winning its 12th consecutive … Read more

No. 1 Ridgefield cruises past Westhill/Stamford into FCIAC final

RIDGEFIELD — Call it a portent, an omen, or a harbinger … any of those will suffice. When Ridgefield’s Nick Cullinan scored just 35 seconds into Wednesday afternoon’s FCIAC boys hockey semifinal, it was a sign for the Westhill/Stamford co-op team. A sign of major trouble ahead. Unbeaten Ridgefield registered five goals unanswered goals in … Read more

Stamford’s defense locks down Ludlowe late in Class LL opener

FAIRFIELD — Defense travels. Especially in the postseason. The Stamford High School girls basketball team’s lockdown defense in the fourth quarter surrendered just four points to host Ludlowe and propelled the Black Knights to a 47-44 Class LL tournament first-round road triumph Tuesday night. Click here for more

FCIAC Tournaments – Ticket information and where to watch

FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information Tickets for this week’s FCIAC tournament events may be purchased ahead of time at Tickets for basketball and swimming are $5 for students/seniors and $8 for adults. Tickets for the boys ice hockey final are $7 for students/seniors and $10 for adults. Where To Watch FairfieldLive will be live streaming … Read more

The FCIAC boys ice Hockey tournament by the numbers

Six teams will contend for the FCIAC Boys Ice Hockey championship, as the tournament gets underway with a pair of playdown round games on Saturday. The unbeaten Ridgefield Tigers head into the playoffs as the league’s No. 1 seed, with the Darien Blue Wave at No. 2. The rest of the field features No. 3 … Read more

The FCIAC boys basketball quarterfinals by the numbers

Eight teams will tip off the FCIAC Boys Basketball Tournament on Saturday when the quarterfinal games are played at Fairfield-Warde High School beginning at noon. The Trumbull Eagles secured the No.1 seed on Thursday, followed by No. 2 Wilton, No. 3 Danbury, the defending league champion, No. 4 New Canaan, No. 5 Ridgefield, No. 6 … Read more

Six teams skate into FCIAC boys ice hockey playoffs

The field is set for the 2019 FCIAC boys ice hockey tournament, which will get underway with a pair of games. Six teams qualified for the tournament with the two two seeds receiving first-round byes. Unbeaten Ridgefield (20-0), the top-ranked team in the GameTImeCT Boys Ice Hockey Poll, is the No. 1 seed, and Darien … Read more