Bunnell's Ronnie Rossmando threw 5 shutout innings in a 9-0 win over ND-Fairfield on Wednesday (Photo by Christian Abraham).

Bunnell makes quick work of ND-Fairfield

Notre Dame-Fairfield, the defending SWC champion, was dealt its first loss of the season on Wednesday. Bunnell recorded 10 hits in support of ace right-hander Ronnie Rossomando, who tossed five
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Video: Trinity, Polonia shut out Stamford

Trinity Catholic defeated Stamford 6-0 behind a 2-hit performance by Randy Polonia.
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Danbury outlasts Brookfield in slugfest

Eric Cerno’s walk-off single gave Danbury its first lead of the day and sent the Hatters home happy with a 10-9 win against visiting Brookfield.   Pitching out of the pen The Danbury duo of
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Video: Darien beats Westhill in FCIAC opener

A solo-homerun by Jake Frasca in the top of the seventh gave Darien a 5-4 win over Westhill Friday afternoon.  
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Law takes the good with the bad in loss to Amity

Law coach Greg Simler didn’t make any excuses for Thursday’s 6-4 loss to Amity, but he did find positives despite the loss. “I was pleased. We made pitches when we had to early on,” Simler said. “Our
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Junior Cameron Kovachik started and pitched 3 2/3 innings in Masuk's 4-1 loss to Trumbull on Wednesday (Photo by Christian Abraham).

Masuk minus ace to begin season

Senior right-hander Chris Lindquist is slated to be Masuk’s No. 1 starter, a year after going 8-3 with a 3.18 ERA along the way to an appearance in the Class L final. But Lindquist was forced to sit
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Immaculate pitching staff shuts down Abbott Tech for two wins

Immaculate braved less than ideal baseball conditions to sweep an Opening Day double-header from Abbott Tech, 4-0 and 9-0 on Wednesday. Braving the cold The Mustangs and Wolverines did not enjoy
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Fairfield Prep's Kevin Stone signs to play baseball at Harvard University.

Prep’s Stone signs with Harvard

    Fairfield Prep senior Kevin Stone has signed to play baseball at Harvard University. Stone will be the first baseball athlete to letter for all four years in more than a decade at Prep.
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