FCIAC lacrosse stars excel in college ranks; six selected in MLL draft

The FCIAC has a long and proud tradition of having plenty of the best boys high school lacrosse players in the country. Some recent examples which confirm that were the many former conference players who were on the rosters of the best college programs in the country and especially with the six former FCIAC players … Read more

Coaches Corner: Jim Gerweck, Wilton

Jim Gerweck Wilton Boys Track and Field Years as head coach: On and off – almost 40 years Other sports coached or currently coaching: Boys cross country and indoor track, and a few years of field hockey and girls lacrosse Full-time profession: Journalist, graphic designer, running event organizer. From the coach: “Everything touches on running … Read more

All-state lineman Gulbin of Wilton commits to Wake Forest

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t stopped Matt Gulbin from working out and preparing for his senior year on Wilton’s offensive line. But it did keep him from getting to visit Wake Forest, at least in person. “One of the coaches FaceTimed me,” Gulbin said, “and he walked around the entire campus.” That’s only part of the … Read more

FCIAC Super Saturday Tournament Schedule, Scoreboard

It’ll be a super Saturday for FCIAC teams as the conference crowns its girls ice hockey champion, and also opens its boys basketball and ice hockey tournaments today. FCIAC Boys Basketball Quarterfinals All games at Fairfield-Warde No. 3 Warde 51, No. 6 Staples 44 No. 2 Trinity Catholic 53, No. 7 Wilton 50 No. 4 … Read more

Briody Steps Up To Lead Ridgefield Past Wilton For 9th Straight Win

WILTON — Johnny Briody would probably be a low double-digit scorer on most teams in the FCIAC. Playing for Ridgefield, he more often is happy to keep the ball moving rather than being the end point. “We have a ton of guys who can score and a ton of guys who can pass,” Briody said. … Read more

Ava Mancini leads Ludlowe gymnastics to first FCIAC title

STAMFORD — At previous FCIAC gymnastics championship meets, Ludlowe coach Kim Longobucco had a habit of trying to follow scores and figure out where her team stood throughout the competition. This year, she followed the less complicated path of staying in the moment, and the results were spectacular for her Falcons. With junior Ava Mancini … Read more

Warde Topples Wilton To Reach Midseason Mark At 8-2

FAIRFIELD — His team is 8-2 at the midpoint of the season. It has size, speed, depth, athleticism and a number of perimeter threats. So why should Fairfield Warde coach Ryan Swaller sweat the little things? He’s not. Tonight the Mustangs knocked off a dangerous Wilton squad, 69-62. Led by sophomore Jordyn Davis, Warde jumped … Read more

FCIAC teams featured on final girls and boys state soccer polls

The FCIAC had four teams ranked in the top 10 in each of the final girls soccer and boys soccer state coaches polls. Ridgefield and Staples were tied for third in the final Class LL-L girls soccer poll behind No. 1 Glastonbury and second-ranked Southington. Glastonbury was the unanimous choice for No. 1 shortly after … Read more

Darien, Greenwich lead way as FCIAC teams star in state swimming and diving

As is the case every year, the FCIAC certainly acquitted itself quite well with much success at the recent girls swimming and diving state championship meets. Darien won the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Class L Girls Swimming and Diving Championships, Greenwich was runner-up in both the Class LL and State Open championship meets, and the … Read more