Monthly Archive for October, 2012

: October, 2012

The FCIAC’s revised schedule: A little perspective, please

A lot of people have been reaching out over the past two hours, since the FCIAC announced its revised football and league playoff schedule, complaining and asking my opinion. I know a lot of athletes

Ridgfield boys soccer team Overtime Team of the Week

The Ridgefield boys soccer team held off a strong challenge from the Trumbull girls soccer team and is the Overtime FCIAC Team of the Week. The Tigers will receive a plaque and T-shirts courtesy of

Staples offensive line, Hendry BlueSteak-Overtime Players of the Week

The Staples offensive line of Kyle Vaughn, Will Patrick, Chris Speer, Nick Ward and Burim Trdevaj, and Madison Hendry of the Wilton field hockey team are the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Players of the

The Sandy Edition: Vote for the Overtime Team of the Week

We have nine teams coming off of strong performances on the menu for the Overtime FCIAC Team of the Week vote. Your finalists are: the Greenwich boys soccer, Ridgefield boys soccer, Westhill

Whitten stepping down as New Canaan lacrosse coach

Alex Whitten, who has been the boys lacrosse coach at New Canaan High School for five years, informed his players Wednesday afternoon that he is stepping down from his position. Whitten, who led the

Trumbull volleyball team Overtime Team of the Week

The Trumbull volleyball team held off a strong challenge from the Fairfield Ludlowe girls soccer team and is the Overtime FCIAC Team of the Week. The Eagles will receive a plaque and T-shirts courtesy

FCIAC Football Rewind: Sorry, 1 more word on score management

I promise I didn’t intend to do this. I had no intention of topping the Rewind with an item on Score Management, the so-called 50-point rule (is an explanation even necessary?), which is hated both

Cotterell, Allen BlueStreak-Overtime Players of the Week

Davell Cotterell of the Westhill football team and Cate Allen of the Fairfield Warde girls cross country team are the BlueStreak-Overtime FCIAC Players of the Week. Cotterell and Allen will each

NFA putting self-imposed suspension on Davis

Norwich Free Academy coach Jemal Davis is going to become just the second coach in CIAC history to serve a one-game suspension for breaking the score management rule after defeating Stamford, 51-0, on

Hocter outspoken after Black Knights are ‘score managed’

“Score Management,” otherwise known as the CIAC’s 50-point rule, in which coaches are subject to a one-game suspension if their teams beat an opponent by more than 50 points, will have the spotlight