Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference

Nineteen schools make up the accurately named Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference which contains programs located in Connecticut’s Fairfield County in the southwest corner of the state. Since its founding in 1961 the league has consistently produced a high number of state champions. Commissioner John Kuczo currently at the helm of the league.
League Website: www.fciac.net

Friday’s NH County football roundup: Branford scores late to edge Hillhouse

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Luke DiStasio caught a game-winning 25-yard pass from Griffin Lynch late in the fourth quarter to lead Branford to a 20-18 Southern Connecticut Conference Division II West win over Hillhouse in Branford on Friday. Lynch threw three touchdown passes for the Hornets (3-7, 3-1). Corey Maddox had a 3-yard touchdown run and threw a 19-yard […]

Girls basketball: Hoops Hub with Henry C presents CT’s new Big 3

The Hoops Hub with Henry C Rebecca Lawrence is 6-foot-3, Abbie Wolf is 6-foot-4 and Naomi Van Nes, well she’s just 6-foot-6. Lawrence (Ridgefield), Wolf (Greenwich) and Van Nes (Hamden Hall) are all juniors and have recevied over 50 offers combined from colleges. Schools from all over the country are interested in Connecticut’s Big 3. […]

Football: Millhouse, Hamden Hall rout rival Hopkins

Justise Antrum of Hamden Hall gets a long gain before being tackled by Charlie Streeter and Walker Schneider of Hopkins during first quarter football football action at Hamden Hall Saturday.
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HAMDEN >> Corey Millhouse scored three times, but none were from scrimmage. It was that kind of night for Hamden Hall against rival Hopkins. The host Hornets performed well in all areas en route to a 52-14 Fairchester League victory Saturday at Sonny Coughlin Field. It was the third straight victory for Hamden Hall (4-5) […]

Saturday’s football roundup: Haddock’s three TDs lead Hyde to 34-0 win over Nonnewaug

Jhavion Haddock rushed for 111 yards on 10 carries, including touchdown runs of 8, 12 and 50 yards, to lead the Hyde football team to a 34-0 Pequot interconference win over Nonnewaug at Wilbur Cross High in New Haven on Saturday. Dwayne Hunter-Parker ran for 156 yards on 16 carries, and Ronnie Freeman added 64 […]

Girls basketball: Foran coach Scott Nails leaves for Rye Country Day School

Coach Scott Nails was quite successful in his six seasons at Foran, leading the Lions to five state tournament appearances, coaching two New Haven Register All-State players in Teneya McLaughlin (2014) and Taylor Ceballos (2013), and winning an SCC division crown in 2013. However, Nails said he felt it was time to move on. Nails […]

Hopkins’ Jake Moscarelli voted GameTimeCT Star of Week 7


With an enormous ground performance at Long Island Lutheran, Hopkins’ Jake Moscarelli has narrowly been voted the GameTimeCT Star of Week 7. He won the vote by a mere 0.76 percent over Bunnell’s Adam Wojenski, who received 33 percent of the vote. Notre Dame’s Kameron Matthews came in third place with 24 percent of the […]

Concussions: head injuries happen in more sports than football

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Megan Smith of Law, left, and Milani Gray of Foran fight for the ball during the first half of  girls soccer at  Law High  School  Wednesday. Law won 2-0.

Football has been hit by the concussion concern harder than any other sport. A study released last year by the National Academy of Sciences found that concussion rates in high school football were significantly higher than that of any other high school sport. But what about those other sports? As reported by athletic trainers, the […]

Girls soccer: Hamden Hall riding eight-game winning streak

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Hamden Hall's Bianca Tomassini, a Register All-Area selection for basketball last season, is a key member of the Hornets' soccer team.

Having a variety of starting lineups for a high school soccer team is certainly not uncommon. Injuries always play a factor and coaches need to make adjustments depending upon the opponent. But to change a lineup every single game during a given season, even during a winning streak? Yes, that has been the case for […]

Saturday’s NH County girls soccer roundup: Lauralton Hall edges Mercy

No. 5 Lauralton Hall 2, No. 4 Mercy 1 >> Sarah Haselkamp scored early in the second half for Lauralton Hall in an Southern Connecticut Conference tournament quarterfinal-round game at Middletown. Caroline Monahan scored in the first half for the Crusaders (12-4-1), who will face top-seeded and defending champion Guilford in the semifinals Monday night […]

Saturday’s NH County girls volleyball roundup: Foran, Hand, Lyman Hall all advance

Cheshire Academy 3, Chase Collegiate 0 Game scores: CA 25-16, 25-21, 25-13. Notes: CA: Elina Hoivala had nine kills and seven aces, Kelly Ryan had 25 assists, and Lexe Holmes had seven kills. Records: CA 11-1. Foran 3, Branford 0 (At Milford) Game scores: Foran 25-20, 25-19, 25-16. Notes: B: Adrienne Digioia had 5 kills […]

Saturday’s NH County cross country roundup: Hopkin, Hamden Hall win separate events

Hopkins wins Collegiate Invitational >> Hannah Springhorn finished in fourth place (16:18) to help Hopkins defend its title at the 36th annual Collegiate Invitational at the Bronx, New York. Grant Young placed 5th (14:02) in the 4K race to help the boys place third. Hamden Hall wins CISAC (at Waterbury) Team results: 1. Hamden Hall […]

Monday’s NH County boys soccer roundup: Guilford, Shelton play to 1-1 tie

GUILFORD 1, SHELTON 1 >> Isajiah Robles scored with 5 minutes left in regulation to help Shelton (12-0-3) earn a tie in SCC interdivision play at Guilford. Brenden Thompson scored in the second half for the Indians (8-3-4). BRANFORD 1, XAVIER 0 >> Gobari Idamkue scored in the second half for Branford (9-5-1) in an […]