Darien-New Canaan Act III in state championship

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
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

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

Brookfield bests East Catholic to advance to Class S title game

Brookfield got off to a hot start and never looked back, claiming an 11-6 victory over East Catholic to advance to Friday’s Class S championship game at McMahon High School.   Hot start: Jumping out

Darien girls advance to seventh state title game in nine years

They’ve done it again. Propelled by an 8-1 second-half run, the Darien girls lacrosse team beat No. 7 Cheshire Tuesday in the Class L semifinals to move on to its seventh state championship in nine

Goalie, defenders stand tall for New Fairfield girls

It could’ve been a whole lot worse. The Wilton High girls lacrosse team defeated New Fairfield 10-5 in the Class M state semifinals on Tuesday, and that final margin could have – and would have – been
Will Perry of Greenwich takes a shot on goal during Saturday's game against Fairfield Prep . Bob Luckey photo.

Greenwich beats Fairfield Prep, advances to L semifinals

Fairfield Prep ended Greenwich’s season five times in the state tournament  since 2006, but Saturday the Cardinals stopped the Jesuits’ two-year reign as Class L champions. Receiving four goals from

Ridgefield advances to Class L semifinals after besting Warde

Ridgefield’s stout defense combined with an opportunistic attack was all it needed to come away with a 9-4 Class L quarterfinal win over Warde Saturday afternoon, setting up a semifinal clash with

St. Joseph takes down No. 1, but it’s not an upset

It happens every year. An established program earns a low seed after battling through a rigorous schedule. Although the team might be superior to those seeded above it, regular-season records are the