Monthly Archive for January, 2010

: January, 2010

Poll: Which Boys Basketball Team Has The Best Chance To Win The FCIAC Title?

I weighed in yesterday with some midseason thoughts on the FCIAC boys basketball season. Now you can have your say. Which team do you think has the best chance to win the conference title? Feel free

Some Midseason Basketball Thoughts

The high school basketball season has reached the midway point. A lot can — and will — happen before the postseason begins next month. Here are some early impressions: — The overall quality of boys

Photo Essay: The 8th Annual Bobby Valentine Celebrity Wine & Food Experience

The 8th Annual Bobby Valentine Celebrity Wine & Food Experience was held Monday night at the Greenwich Hyatt. It is the primary fundraiser for the Mickey Lione Jr. Fund, which was created to

Staples Pitchers Heading To Ivy League

The Staples High School baseball team has won the last two FCIAC championships. Today the winning pitchers in the title games announced they are headed to Ivy League schools to continue their careers.

DelBene, Hompe BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Players Of The Week

With another strong pool of candidates to choose from, Doug DelBene of the Ridgefield boys basketball team and Olivia Hompe of the New Canaan girls hockey team have been selected as co-winners of the

DeLeo honored by Mickey Lione Jr. Fund

Part of what makes the Stamford sports community so special is the many people who give back. There is no greater example of this than Junie DeLeo. He has coached the Clairol team in the Springdale

Five Finalists For BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Player of the Week Award

There is a strong pool of five finalists for the BlueStreak FCIAC Player of the Week award. They are: Cayleigh Griffin of the Trinity Catholic girls basketball team, Doug DelBene of the Ridgefield

Nominating Open For FCIAC Player Of The Week

Just a reminder that you can nominate an athlete for the BlueStreak-Overtime Player of the Week award until noon on Tuesday. Readers as well as coaches and athletic directors are eligible to nominate

Fortt, Redd End Up On Losing Side

Khairi Fortt had two tackles and Silas Redd had one carry for eight yards as their East team suffered a 30-14 loss to the West in today’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The two players returned home

Silas’ Postcard From San Antonio: Whatever It Takes

(Recent King graduate Silas Redd is in San Antonio this week for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the 10th anniversary of the bowl. Past alumni of the bowl include the likes of Tim Tebow, Terrelle