A Fine 9: 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 Darien boys indoor track, Trinity Catholic boys basketball, Wilton gymnastics, Trumbull girls basketball, Greenwich boys hockey, St. Joseph boys hockey, Stamford girls basketball, New Canaan girls hockey and Danbury wrestling teams.

The winner will get our T-shirts and a plaque, courtesy of BlueStreak Sports Training, Garden Catering, the Stamford Advocate, Karl Chevrolet, Innovative Health and Rehabilitation, Riko’s Pizza, Mitchells/Richards, Bobby Valentine’s Sports Gallery Cafe, Voice of an Angel and Dr. Brown’s Baby Products.

The Blue Wave dominated to win the CIAC Class L championship.

The Crusaders had road wins against Wilton and Trinity Catholic, and won the Stamford city title.

The Warriors got points from all eight gymnasts to win their third straight FCIAC title.

The Eagles defeated Danbury and Staples, then held of Trinity Catholic in the first round of the FCIAC Tournament.

The Cardinals defeated Westhill, Stamford and East Haven by a combined 15-4 margin.

The Cadets beat Wilton, Stamford and Fairfield and are 8-0-1 in their last nine games.

The Black Knights defeated city rival Westhill, 53-50, in overtime in the first round of the FCIAC Tournament.

The Rams completed the regular season 20-0 by defeating Darien, Wilton, Ridgefield and Simsbury.

The Hatters ended a two-year drought and won the CIAC Class LL championship.

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

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5 Responses

  1. John O'Neill says:

    I’d like to have a write-in vote for Team of the Week. My vote goes to Kelsey Santagata for single handedly almost knocking off Trumbull High in the semis last night. A great player, and a great person.

  2. Dave Ruden says:

    You can make a case for all of them, that’s why they are finalists and that is why there is a vote. It is the way we have always done it and will continue to….it works great and is meant to be fun too.

  3. Justine says:

    The award should go to the most deserving not the most votes. Especially because some schools don’t have school today and can vote

  4. Dave Ruden says:

    For the time being I am trying it this way. There were a few cases where people were falsely accusing others of hacking the vote.

  5. Joe says:

    Can you put the numeric value instead of percent up please?