Note: The Connecticut Media Group is not responsible for posts and comments written by non-staff members.

Monthly Archive for October, 2009

: October, 2009

FCIAC Soccer preview/football picks

Welcome all those of you looking for a girls soccer preview. Now that the FCIAC season is over we can begin to explore options for both the Mustangs and Falcons, and handicap the rest of the FCIAC playoffs. WARDE GIRLS SOCCER Final Record, Seed: 7-3-5, seventh First round opponent: at No. 2 New Canaan, Saturday,
Categories: General

Football picks/misc

Week six of High School football is already upon us. Warde takes on Trinity Catholic and Ludlowe will take on McMahon. Fairfield Prep will visit slumping Shelton and Notre Dame will take on Brookfield. All games will take place on Friday night. Trinity Catholic (1-4) at Fairfield Warde (3-2), Tetreau/Davis Field, 7 p.m. If Warde
Categories: General

Football recap/miscellaneous stuff

Three out of the four football games in town went as expected this weekend. The only real shocker was the Warde vs. Wilton result. Let’s explore each game. Wilton 21, Warde 13 Warde may have suffered from a hangover effect from the Mustangs’ 35-13 loss to New Canaan a week earlier. What Warde likely felt
Categories: General

Warde/Ludlowe girls soccer tie/football picks

The girls soccer game between Warde and Ludlowe was, in fact, played last night despite the most adverse of conditions for the month of October. Walking from the parking lot to the field, snow was falling, then as the night progressed, the snow changed to sleet and then cold rain. Either way, the conditions were
Categories: General

Football recap

Week four of Connecticut High School football is now over, and we learned an awful lot about the Fairfield teams. Let’s recap. Warde outclassed by New Canaan The Mustangs had opportunities to capitalize, especially early. Warde had the ball 1st and 10 on the New Canaan 25-yard line in a scoreless game. Warde’s defense also
Categories: General

Warde football survives drama moves to 3-0

In what may have been the most bizarre game in the state on Friday night, Fairfield Warde grinded out a 19-6 win over Bassick. The Mustangs scored three fourth quarter TDs to cinch the victory and Tommy McNamara ran for 144 yards. The game featured a number of storylines, one more strange than the next.
Categories: General