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An Elite 8: Vote for the Overtime Team of the Week

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The regular season is quickly winding down, and this week’s lineup of Overtime Team of the Week finalists are making strong runs toward postseason play.

Your choices: The Staples girls lacrosse, Greenwich boys tennis, New Canaan girls tennis, Danbury softball, Wilton boys lacrosse, Ridgefield baseball, Bridgeport Central boys volleyball and St. Joseph softball teams.

The winner will get T-shirts with our logo courtesy of BlueStreak Sports Training, Garden Catering, the Stamford Advocate, Karl Chevrolet, Innovative Health and Rehabilitation, Chelsea Piers and New Balance of New Canaan.

The Wreckers scored 26 goals in wins over Fairfield Ludlowe and Danbury.

The Cardinals remained unbeaten in league play with wins over Wilton and Trumbull.

The Rams beat Bridgeport Central and survived tough tests from Fairfield Ludlowe and Ridgefield.

The Hatters recovered from a four-game losing streak, beating Staples, Wilton and Trumbull by a 22-3 margin.

The Warriors toppled Fairfield Warde, Norwalk and had a big non-league rout of Fairfield Prep.

The Tigers did an East sweep of Trumbull, Fairfield Warde and Fairfield Ludlowe.

The Hilltoppers beat city rival Warren Harding, Danbury and Trumbull.

The Cadets ended Westhill’s 54-game regular-season winning streak, beat Stamford in 10 innings and city rival Trumbull.

The voting is open until noon on Wednesday. So vote below and check back to find out who is this week’s Overtime FCIAC Team of the Week.

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3 Responses

  1. yah says:

    no problemo just wanted the general public to be aware

  2. Dave Ruden says:

    I’m not going to knock any of the other finalists because they deserve to be here, but I’ll admit I overlooked you guys — and I have been monitoring you a lot this spring. Blame it on having 19 teams in 12 sports to try and keep track of. I do try my best.

  3. Yah says:

    Ridgefield volleyball beat Darien (again) an Greenwich. Meanwhile central beat 2 teams that have maybe 1 win combined. And the ridge baseball team was already nominated. Hmmm