Monthly Archive for October, 2008

: October, 2008

Champions Of A Different Color

Two deserving teams with different pedigrees were crowned champions tonight at the FCIAC boys and girls soccer finals at Norwalk High School. Staples, with a starting lineup that featured just three
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Baskin’s Decision on Hold

One of the biggest mysteries of the scholastic sports season is which college will get the services of Tevin Baskin, Trinity Catholic’s outstanding basketball player. Baskin originally said he wanted
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You Can’t Spell Class Without S-H-S

When the Trinity Catholic High School volleyball team traveled to Ridgefield on Wednesday, it was surprised to discover some extra supporters in the stands. The members of the Stamford High School
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Time For a New Football Schedule

Ever since the Week 5 games controversy developed, I have spent countless hours on the phones with FCIAC football coaches and administrators. Beyond trying to find out who was at fault for the
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The Week (5) That Will Not Die

In 26 years as a sportswriter, I can’t ever recall a story where I have received such contradictory information as the controversy over just one of the FCIAC’s games in Week 5 counting in the league
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Football Controversy Heating Up Again

The furor over all but one of last week’s Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference football games not counting in the league standings is mounting again. One coach, who asked not to be
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FCIAC Football Controversy

A controversy pitting football coaches against administrators has arisen in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference over the past few days with the news that last week’s games, except
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City Stickers

Tonight was a disappointment for Stamford High School and a celebration for Westhill at Boyle Stadium. The Vikings won their first city field hockey title since 2004 with a 3-1 victory. The biggest
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Is There Anybody Out There?

Overtime is just a few weeks old, and as a new blogger it is hard to tell how much of an audience there is out there. The blog has received very little publicity (thank you good people associated with
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And Then There Were Two

Westhill’s 31-21 win over Wilton today leaves just two remaining unbeaten teams in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference: New Canaan and Darien. More surprising than the Vikings’
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