Ridgefield 6, Greenwich 5 >> Ryan Dunn scored with 4 minutes, 27 seconds remaining and Ridgefield’s defense did the rest to post a 6-5, Class L semifinal victory over Greenwich at Casagrande Field in Norwalk.
Dunn finished with three goals for ninth-seeded Ridgefield (17-5), which advances to face No. 3-seeded Darien in the state championship at McMahon, 3:30 p.m. It’s a rematch of the FCIAC championship won by Darien.
Simon Mathias added two goals and Schuyler Blair had a goal and two assists for Ridgefield.
Will Perry scored three goals for Greenwich, which finishes its season 16-5.
Darien 16, Glastonbury 3 >> Twelve different players scored as Darien raced past No. 2-seeded Glastonbury at Cheshire. Colin Minicus and Jack Kniffin scored three goals apiece. Minicus added an assist.
Hudson Hamill had three assists and one goal. Tim Lochtefeld added two goals. Ryan Cornell made 12 saves for the top-ranked and No. 3-seeded Blue Wave (16-3).
Glastonbury (17-4) was led by two goals from Drew Babiak.
New Canaan 11, Wilton 7 >> Michael Kraus scored four goals and had an assist as New Canaan turned a tie game in the second quarter into an 11-7 Class L semifinal victory at McMahon.
New Canaan advances to face Hand, an 8-5 winner over Notre Dame-West Haven, in the Class M championship at 10 a.m. on Saturday at McMahon.
New Canaan led 4-0, but Wilton rallied with four consecutive goals to tie the game at 4-4 thanks to three goals from Harrison Koch and one from Reid Melillo.
But New Canaan responded by scoring the next four goals — including two in 12 seconds — to take an 8-4 halftime lead. It was 10-6 after three quarters.
Koch led Wilton with three goals. Melillo added two and Michael Lynch had a goal and three assists.
Meichner finished with three goals and an assist for New Canaan. New Canaan’s Drew Morris made five saves.
Weston 13, Granby 5 >> Alex Crowell scored four goals while Austin Drimal and Peter Lummis scored three apiece as 13th-seeded Weston defeated top-seeded Granby Memorial in the Class S semifinals at Cheshire’s Maclary Complex. The Trojans advance to Saturday’s title game against perennial rival St. Joseph, Saturday 1 p.m. at McMahon.
This will be the fourth time the two teams have met with a championship. Weston has won two titles at St. Joseph’s expense, but lost the last championship meeting in 2013.
Keith Marlor and Dominic Pagano both scored twice for Granby, which fell to 17-2. Goaltender Brendan Moore had six saves.
St. Joseph 13, East Catholic 6 >> Preston Ouellette scored four goals and had an assist as 10th-seeded St. Joseph turned an early, two-goal deficit into a 13-6 runaway victory over No. 6 East Catholic in the other Class S semifinal at Ken Strong Stadium in West Haven.
The Cadets (13-7) were held scoreless in the first quarter and were behind 3-1 early in the second. Ouellette helped spark the comeback by tying the game at 3-3 at halftime. St. Joseph proceeded to outscore East Catholic 10-3 in the second half.
Mike Sudora scored three goals for St. Joseph. Pete Bashar added two goals and two assists. East Catholic was led by three goals from Trevor Wilcox and two assists from Connor Goldberg.