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Next Stop for Baskin: Quinnipiac

Tevin Baskin remembers an AAU game in Georgia two years ago, when he dove on the floor for a loose ball and landed under the seat of Tom Moore. Moore should soon have a much better view of Baskin.

Baskin Headed to Quinnipiac

As expected, Trinity Catholic’s Tevin Baskin announced today that he will attend Quinnipiac University in the fall. The 6-foot-6 center spoke before a small gathering in the school library. Baskin

Baskin: And Then There Were 3

I just got off the phone with Tevin Baskin, who is going to announce his college choice tomorrow at noon in the Trinity Catholic gymnasium. Baskin said he has narrowed down his choice to three

Baskin to Announce Decision Wednesday

Trinity Catholic basketball star Tevin Baskin will make a much-anticipated announcement of his college choice on Wednesday at noon at the school. Baskin said Friday afternoon he has narrowed his

Quite a Shot

Advocate photographer Chris Preovolos got a great shot from what was, as he explains, the first softball game he has ever covered at Westhill High School. Here is the

Baseball pairings set

Wilton just defeated Westhill with a run in the bottom of the 7th, 1-0, to play itself into the playoffs and knock out Stamford. Here are the first-round pairings: No. 8 Wilton at No. 1 Staples, No. 7

Staples Baseball Top Seed, Norwalk in Trouble

Defending champion Staples secured the top seed in the FCIAC Tournament with a 9-0 win over Brien McMahon. Norwalk is on the verge elimination after losing to Danbury, 5-4.


The softball pairings are set pending the result of the Ludlowe-Trumbull game. The winner of that game will be the No. 4 seed and host the loser, which will be the fifth seed, in Tuesday’s first

Softball Teams Set

The pairings have not been finalized, but St. Joseph defeated Ridgefield, 14-2, to eliminate the Tigers. The teams in the playoffs are St. Joseph, Darien, Westhill, Trumbull, Fairfield Ludlowe,

What We Know

In terms of figuring out seedings for next week’s baseball and softball tournaments, the baseball pairings are completely up in the air. It is possible depending on outcomes that as many as four teams