Michael Sands, center, takes a shot on goal for Greenwich during Fridays' game vs. St. Joseph. Bob Luckey photo

Greenwich tops St. Joseph in defensive duel

Eighth-seeded St. Joseph entered Friday’s matchup against top-seeded Greenwich in the FCIAC Tournament quarterfinals with a specific game plan in mind. Play a tough zone defense, keep the pace at

New Milford outlasts Barlow

Behind an explosive third quarter, New Milford took control of its game against Barlow. The Green Wave held off a late rally by the Falcons for a 14-12 victory, their ninth win in their last 10 games.
New Canaan's Ryan O’Connell (26) takes a stick to the chest from Darien defender Rock Stewart (13) Saturday’s game at Dunning Stadium. New Canaan defeated Darien, 9-8. (Bob Luckey/Staff photographer)

New Canaan ends Darien winning streak at 34

By Anthony E. Parelli Darien had to lose sometime. After winning 34 consecutive games and both the FCIAC and state titles last year the Wave didn’t expect to go undefeated again, but that’s exactly

Greenwich tops Wilton, improves to 9-0 in FCIAC play

Greenwich put another win in the books against an FCIAC foe, defeating host Wilton, 10-6, Thursday night. A four-goal performance from junior midfielder Scooter Harrington and two tallies apiece from

Ridgefield outlasts Staples in double overtime

Thanks to a goal by Robert Philbin with 5.3 seconds remaining in regulation, Staples and Ridgefield found themselves in double overtime Thursday at Ridgefield High. A marker from Schuyler Blair gave

Greenwich outlasts Ridgefield to remain unbeaten in FCIAC play

Greenwich downed Ridgefield 14-13 in a wild back-and-forth affair Tuesday evening at Greenwich High School to give the Cardinals five straight win over the Tigers. Good offense or sub-par defense?
Fairfield Prep senior Patrick Lambert, middle, battles for a loose ball during Saturday's 12-7 loss to Delbarton, N.J. (Photo by Christian Abraham)

New Jersey powerhouse topples Prep

For the fifth straight season, Delbarton, N.J., got the better of Fairfield Prep. Delbarton scored five unanswered goals to start the fourth quarter Saturday, en route to a 12-7 win over the Jesuits

Barlow pulls away from New Fairfield

Barlow ruled the third quarter of its Monday night showdown with visiting New Fairfield, capitalized on scoring chances and captured its first victory of the young season, 14-9. Cook to Martin A