Greenwich's Kyle Foote was named the CHSCA 2014 Player of the Year.

The 2014 Connecticut US Lacrosse All-American Team

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The 2014 Connecticut US Lacrosse All-American Team ATTACK Mason Burr, Simsbury: The senior Hobart-bound attackman keyed Simsbury offensively, emerging as the squad’s leading scorer. Luke Finneran, Greenwich: Finneran produced a sensational senior season for the Cardinals, emerging as one of the team’s go-to players offensively. Also an All-State attackman, Finneran tallied four goals and three […] [Read More]
Categories: All-American, FCIAC, SCC, SWC
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Darien girls coach Lisa Lindley to return for 2015

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Twenty years, 13 state championships and over a dozen FCIAC titles later, Lisa Lindley has still not had enough. Contrary to recent rumors pertaining to a potential retirement, the Darien girls lacrosse coach will return next season to help the Blue Wave defend its state and conference crowns. This spring, Darien went undefeated against in-state competition en […] [Read More]
Categories: FCIAC, General
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Darien notches perfect season with title victory over New Canaan

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There was no revenge. There was no devastating gameplan. There was not even an overtime. There was only perfection. On the backs of seven different goal-scorers, Darien completed its undefeated season yesterday in a 10-8 victory over New Canaan that showcased a late Rams comeback, which fell short after cutting a five-goal lead down to […] [Read More]

Greenwich captures Class L title with win over Staples

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Second-seeded Greenwich captured its first state championship in school history with a 13-10 win over No. 9 Staples in the Class L final at Brien McMahon High School on Saturday. The win denied the Wreckers, making their second straight final appearance, their first state title. No one can say the Cardinals didn’t deserve to take […] [Read More]
Categories: General

The rest of the state is still trying to catch up to the FCIAC

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When it comes to high school boys lacrosse in Connecticut, there is the FCIAC, and there is everyone else. The conference – which many will say is the strongest in the state in just about every sport – was second-to-none this year in boys lacrosse – literally – with FCIAC teams having filled five of […] [Read More]
Categories: FCIAC, General, SCC, SWC
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Darien’s Brameier and New Canaan’s Buzzeo preview Class M championship

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Darien coach Jeff Brameier On practice and preparation… “Obviously when you’ve played a team twice already, you’ve certainly prepared for them before. Now we’re trying to be prepared for anything else they might do or try, but usually when you get to this time, you don’t try to make wholesale changes to what you do […] [Read More]
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Darien-New Canaan Act III in state championship

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One last tango. After blasting their respective  semifinal opponents by a combined margin of 30 goals, the Darien and New Canaan boys lacrosse teams will meet for a third time this season in the Class M state championship Saturday. The Blue Wave took both of the previous meetings in overtime, most recently with a come-from-behind […] [Read More]
Greenwich's Tommy Rogan, right, makes a save during Wednesday's game vs. Ridgefield. Bob Luckey photo

Greenwich beats Ridgefield for 3rd time, advances to finals

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Greenwich reached its final destination Wednesday night. The Cardinals advanced to the CIAC Class L Tournament final for the first time since 2007 with a hard-fought 7-5 victory over Ridgefield in the semifinal round at Brien McMahon High School. The second-seeded Cardinals will face ninth-seeded Staples in Saturday’s final at Brien McMahon at 1:30 p.m. […] [Read More]
Categories: General