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New Canaan state’s new number 1

After throttling No. 3 St. Joseph 62-21 the New Canaan Rams are the new No. 1 team in the state in both the Game Time CT Media and the Day Coaches Polls. The Rams leapfrogged Ansonia, who also won

Darien thumps Wilton

Two big plays by Wilton made this game close for a bit in the third quarter but the truth was revealed the rest of the game when Darien was in complete control, winning 40-14. The Blue Wave used an

Who will win FCIAC Championship?


Darien defense holds off Ridgefield

  In a battle of one-loss teams, Darien held off Ridgefield when its defense forced a turnover on downs with just over two minutes remaining, preserving a 19-14 win on Saturday at Darien High

Longi does it all for Greenwich vs. Warde

How’s this for a big game? Greenwich junior Austin Longi ran for two touchdowns, had a reception for a score, intercepted a pass and ran it back for a touchdown and threw for a TD off a halfback

Week 7 wrapup

  FRIDAY FCIAC Stamford 19 Bassick 14 Stamford scored on an end-around pass with a little over a minute left to pick up first win. New Canaan 43 Staples 7 Rams roll again, this time over defending

New Canaan breezes past Chicopee, MA

With New Canaan running roughshod over its Connecticut competition, the Rams welcomed the Chicopee Pacers to town Friday night, but the result was the same it’s been all season: A New Canaan win. In

Week 6 wrapup

Some big time wins for teams, some really high scores and the NVL-SWC Crossover games highlighted a busy week 6. Here are the games covered by Hearst Connecticut Newspapers with links to all the

Darien’s passing attack paves the way for runaway win over Trinity Catholic

  Darien admittedly did not play its best game of the season, but it was enough to run away with a 56-29 victory over visiting Trinity Catholic on Saturday. The win kept the Blue Wave’s FCIAC

Ludlowe holds off Norwalk

Ludlowe and Norwalk both like to ground and pound and that is what we got Saturday at Testa Field. The Falcons only had the ball twice in the first half as the Bears controlled the clock but that was