CIAC spring sports remain postponed indefinitely, no quick decisions forthcoming

Virtual meetings are a big part of the new normal. CIAC executive director Glenn Lungarini estimates he is on between two or three per day. Sometimes, he is “meeting” with school principals. Other times, it is with sports league commissioners. He is on weekly calls with Miguel Cardona, the Connecticut commissioner of education and every … Read more

Coaches find ways to stay connected to players while keeping their distance

Fields, tracks and weight rooms across the state sit empty as spring sports coaches and players stay at home, hoping they will be able to get back out and play the sports they love. With social distancing policies in effect as a result of the Covid-19 guidelines, coaches are unable to meet with their teams … Read more

2019 All-FCIAC Girls Tennis 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] Player of the Year Alyssa DiMaio, Staples Coach of the Year Carmen Pagliarella, St. Joseph First Team Singles Alyssa DiMaio, Staples Emily Wiley, Darien Izzy Koziol, Wilton Martine Fierro, Greenwich Tamar Bellete, Westhill Gabby … Read more

2019 All-FCIAC Boys Tennis 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] Most Valuable Player Nick Condos, Wilton Coach of the Year Hugh Underhill, Darien First Team Singles Nick Condos, Wilton Michael Karr, Darien Prem Dave, Norwalk Eric Stein, Staples Ryan Patrick, Darien Justin Speaker, Greenwich … Read more

Boys Tennis: Staples wins fourth-straight Class LL championship, Trumbull’s Ilie singles champ

MIDDLETOWN — A repeat and a four-peat were achieved at the CIAC Class LL Boys Tennis Tournament. Trumbull junior Andrew Ilie captured the Class LL boys singles title for the second straight season, while Staples extended its reign of supremacy to four years, adding another team championship trophy to its collection. The Wreckers also claimed the LL doubles championship, with the … Read more

Darien sweeps titles at Class L boys tennis tournament

MIDDLETOWN — It was sweeps week for Darien at the CIAC Class L Boys Tennis Tournament. The tournament had a championship sweep theme for the Blue Wave, who won the singles title and doubles championship and oh yes, the team title. Behind numerous standout performances, capped by title-winning efforts during the tournament’s final day of … Read more

FCIAC’s State Tournament Scoreboard, Wednesday, May 29

Class LL Baseball, First Round Darien 4, Danbury 0 Staples 9, Norwalk 5 Trumbull 2, Ridgefield 1 Wilbur Cross 2, Westhill 1 (8 innings) Class LL Softball, First Round Danbury 10, Newtown 2 Ludlowe 10, Norwalk 5 Warde 3, Staples 1 Southington 3, Wilton 1 Stamford 10, New Milford 0 Class L Boys Lacrosse, First … Read more

FCIAC’s State Tournament Scoreboard, Tuesday, May 28

Class LL Baseball, First Round Ludlowe 7, Warde 1 Glastonbury 8, Wilton 5 Naugatuck 2, Brien McMahon 0 Class M Baseball, First Round St. Joseph 25, Grasso Tech 0 Class L Girls Lacrosse, First Round Cheshire 9, Greenwich 7 Darien 21, Amity 2 Ludlowe 19, Conard 9 Ridgefield 13, Glastonbury 5 New Canaan 14, Warde … Read more

FCIAC State Tournament Scoreboard

Friday, May 24 Girls Lacrosse – Class L Playdowns Greenwich 16, Brien McMahon 4 Warde 10, Trumbull 5 Girls Tennis – Class L Playdowns Westhill 4, Ludlowe 3 Greenwich 5, Warde 2 New Canaan 7, Shelton 0 Girls Tennis – Class M Playdowns St. Joseph 5, Woodstock Academy 2 Saturday, May 25 Baseball – Class LL … Read more

The 2019 FCIAC Spring Tournament Schedule

FCIAC Baseball Tournament Saturday, May 18 – Quarterfinals at higher seedss Ludlowe 5, Warde 4 (9 innings) Staples 8, Brien McMahon 0 St. Joseph 11, Trumbull 10 Darien 8, Danbury 2 Tuesday, May 21 – Semifinals at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford Staples 4, St. Joseph 2 Ludlowe 5, Darien 3 Wednesday, May 22 – Final at Cubeta Stadium, Stamford … Read more