Monthly Archive for November, 2012
Thanksgiving is over and it seems hard to believe, doesn’t it? Friday’s boys soccer state final– a game Prep lost 2-0 to Norwalk– capped Fairfield’s Fall high school sports season. There’s a lot to recap, including Thanksgiving football. So let’s start there. In case anyone was unaware, Ludlowe football head coach Matt McCloskey reads my Read More
I wrote in Monday’s blog that Prep, with a win over West Haven, would be the likely beneficiary of a Blue Devils loss. Then, the bomb dropped on Tuesday. Westhill, according to the CIAC, forfeited four wins thanks to an ineligible player. The Vikings fall to 1-8 as they prepare for their Thanksgiving game with Read More
I can’t believe I’m typing this, but in all likelihood, a Fairfield Prep win and the Jesuits will be state playoff-bound. I said likely. But still, the fact that Prep has a chance at the states, to me, is baffling. The Jesuits have lost two of their last three– after a 5-1 start– and finally Read More
My blogging game has been bad, the past week. I’ve been all over the Connecticut map– including trips to West Haven and Glastonbury. I saw arguably the boys soccer game of the year on Tuesday. All business aside, two playoff teams remain. Interestingly, I compared their coaches in a column last week. Let’s wrap up Read More
It wasn’t decided until late Tuesday, but the result was the same as the last time. No, I’m not talking about the Presidential election, I mean the SCC boys soccer tournament.