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Brunswick’s season ends in FAA basketball semifinals

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The Brunswick School basketball team’s season came to a heartbreaking end Friday. Storming back from a 22-point deficit, the Bruins trailed host Masters School by just one point with less than 10 seconds remaining in the FAA Tournament semifinals. But the Panthers held on for an exciting 80-77 triumph. With the win, second-seeded Masters advanced […] [Read More]
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Oberbeck, Dickson named to Tewaarton watch list

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A pair of Greenwich natives were named to the 2015 Tewaarton men’s watch list on Thursday. Bucknell’s David Dickson and Yale’s Conrad Oberbeck were among the 50 Division I players who were honored with the distinction. The Tewaaraton Award annually honors the top male and female college lacrosse player in America. The selection committees are […] [Read More]
Alex Moses of Greenwich battles for a loose ball during Tuesday's FCIAC semifinals.

Greenwich edges Warde in FCIAC girls basketball semifinals

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It’s been a long time since the Greenwich High School girls basketball team won the FCIAC championship – the 1987-88 season to be exact. Well, the third-seeded Cardinals earned the opportunity to end that drought Thursday night, as they advanced to the FCIAC finals with a thrilling 47-44 victory over second-seeded Fairfield Warde Tuesday night […] [Read More]
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Four Greenwich players make All-FCIAC girls hockey squad

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Four Greenwich High School players were selected as members of the All-FCIAC girls hockey team. Senior forward Caitlin Brady, one of the Cardinals’ leading scorers, earned Second Team All-FCIAC honors. Junior Claire Eschricht, who has provided strong defensive play throughout the season, is also an All-FCIAC Second Team member. Freshman Jennie Piotrzkowski, who emerged as […] [Read More]
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Abby Wolf goes in for a shot during Greenwich's 58-36 win vs. New Canaan. Bob Luckey photo.

Greenwich girls basketball team tops New Canaan

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Since losing to Wilton in convincing fashion on Dec. 19, the Greenwich High School girls basketball team has lost just once in its last 13 games. The one loss came last week on the road against Ridgefield, but the Cardinals rebounded from that setback, winning two straight – including Tuesday night’s solid 58-36 triumph against […] [Read More]
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Sacred Heart wins middle school squash national title

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Defeating all comers, Convent of the Sacred Heart won the 2015 U.S. Middle School Team Squash Division II National Championship at Yale University last weekend. The Tigers’ seventh-graders went a perfect 4-0 in the tournament, defeating, St. Luke’s School, Shipley of Philadelphia, East Rock and New Canaan Country School. Sacred Heart posted a 4-1 win […] [Read More]
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Rich Albonizio resigned as head coach of the Greenwich High School football team on Thursday. Bob Luckey photo

Albonizio resigns as coach of Greenwich football team

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Rich Albonizio, who guided the Greenwich High School football team to five FCIAC championships and three state titles, resigned as coach of the Cardinals after 18 seasons on Thursday. Albonizio, who was hired as coach of the Cardinals in 1997, never had a losing season and finished .500 only once during his successful tenure. He […] [Read More]
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Skiers from Greenwich excelling at Stratton Mountain

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Several skiers from Greenwich are producing impressive results at Stratton Mountain School in Vermont. Eighth-grader Olivia Holm, an Old Greenwich resident, won her race for Stratton Mountain’s Under-14 girls team in the Bromley Slalom, recently. Olivia’s sister, Sophia Holm, also an eighth-grader, placed 19th in the competitive competition. On the boys side, eighth-grader Max Anker […] [Read More]
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