Our own Scott Ericson joined the crew at CT Sports Now on Monday night to talk about high school baseball around the state. Scott, Noah Finz and Marc Robbins discussed some of the teams who started the season season hot. They also went over the latest GameTimeCT baseball poll. You can watch CT Sports Now […]
Thanks to a quiet week – and even more weather – with few tests for the state’s top squads, the top 10 of the GameTimeCT/Register poll remained largely unchanged. Masuk once again claimed 14 of 16 first-place votes to continue its streak as the top team in the state. It’s 35 wins and counting for […]
Masuk, Trumbull and St. Joseph sit a stop the GameTimeCT/Register Top 10 poll, and there is a realistic debate about who of three schools separated by 10 miles is the best in the state.
But the team which m…
GREENWICH — Watching Payton Doiron consistently control the strike zone and Charlee Horton swing her bat with authority, it’s apparent why St. Joseph won the FCIAC and state title in 2018.
The dynamic duo w…
FAIRFIELD — Christian Hardiman was looking for a pitch he could hit to keep the line moving with Warde’s baseball team trailing St. Joseph, 12-10, and two out and two men on base in the bottom of the seventh inning. “I was just trying to stay alive and get us to the next man,” Hardiman said […]
For the third-consecutive week, we have a new No. 1. Fairfield Prep led off the preseason poll No. 1. Last week, blazing hot Ridgefield claimed the mantle. This week’s new No. 1 is undefeated Ledyard. The Colonels have been on everybody’s radar since the preseason. They debuted at No. 7 and jumped to No. 3 […]
Masuk’s win streak is now at 32 games with a 3-0 week and syphoned off a pair of first-place votes in the process to strengthen their grip on the top spot in the GameTimeCT Top 10 softball poll for April 14. The Panthers’ next-door FCIAC neighbors remained within striking distance. Trumbull (5-0) stayed at No. […]
Cheshire High’s game at St. Joseph has been postponed until Thursday, April 25, at 4:30 p.m. “The field has been great the last few days,” Cadet coach Jeff Babineau said. “I’m leaving it now, and we’ll be lucky to get on it the next few. The rain really came down last night.” The schools were […]
TRUMBULL— Ridgefield girls lacrosse coach Cece Berger cautioned her team to expect a contested match, before the Tigers earned a 9-5 FCIAC decision over St. Joseph at the Dalling Sports Complex on Thursday. “I told the girls on the bus ride that St. Joe’s is a class team and Lee (Gray) makes them better and […]
Ridgefield, which survived an ill-fated attempt to dry its field with gasoline-fueled fire (but now must wait for an estimated $50,000 cleanup) and moved the game to Woodbridge where it defeated perennial power Amity, 5-4, is the new No. 1 in the GameTimeCT Top 10 baseball poll as the second, full week of the season […]
One week into the season and there was considerable shuffling inside and out of the GameTimeCT/Register Top 10 Poll. Masuk retains its position atop the standings behind a pair of steamrolling wins over FCIAC opposition, collecting 12 of 16 first-place votes. FCIAC rivals Trumbull and St. Joseph swap places after the Cadets were pushed to […]
With five seniors and a nice blend of underclassmen, Cheshire appears to have all of the tools to be where it always has been when tournament time arrives. The Rams went 23-3 a year ago, reaching the Class LL semifinals after a surprise early exit from the SCC tournament. A lot of returnees have been […]
TRUMBULL — When it came to bell round in the championship bout between Trumbull and St. Joseph, it was the Eagles’ Zach Walsh scoring the knock-out goal with a minute left in overtime. “This was for my teammates, on the field and those that are injured and couldn’t play today,” said Walsh of the 12-11 […]
TRUMBULL — Opening day presents the first competitive opportunity for assessment, and what strengths a particular squad may have, expected or not.
Turns out St. Joseph’s experienced offense is as potent as …
Fairfield Prep spent a majority of last season No. 1, and looked primed to win its first baseball championship. But the dream, as if often does in the CIAC postseason, ended in an 10-inning heartbreaker, 5-4, to Cheshire, which went on to capture the Class LL title. Though the Jesuits graduated versatile Will Lucas and […]
It almost doesn’t seem fair that Masuk’s defending Class L champions have most of their talent back, save for catcher Erica Pullen and shortstop Alexa Bacoulis. The dynamic duo of Sam Schiebe and Madison Procyk in the circle, plus a strong lineup has convinced enough voters to make Masuk the No. 1 team in the […]
Two years ago, a sophomore class emerged in the FCIAC that turned many heads.
Now, those sophomores are seniors and the FCIAC is absolutely loaded with top talent across the board.
FAIRFIELD — Two years ago, the New Canaan boys basketball team won just four of 20 games. Now, the Rams are going dancing at the Sun.
New Canaan won a full-tilt battle with the St. Joseph Cadets, pulling aw…
POSTSEASON UPSET ALERT @SJCadets stun #1 Cromwell, 74-58 in Division IV! #RunToTheSun #ctbb pic.twitter.com/I0UxNE6hBd — CT Sports Now (@CT_Sports_Now) March 7, 2019 CROMWELL — Steve Paolini scored 20 points and Brendan Kade added 19 as No. 16-seeded St. Joseph dominated unbeaten, top-seeded and No. 7-ranked Cromwell, 74-58 in the Division IV second round Wednesday at […]
DARIEN — The Darien boys ice hockey team had to wait nearly a week to get back on the ice following a heartbreaking double overtime loss to Greenwich in the FCIAC semifinals.
Needless to say, it was an angr…
FAIRFIELD — It was a little bit No 1 versus No 8 and a lot of Trumbull High and St. Joseph renewing their rivalry when the Eagles defeated the Cadets, 87-72, to cap the FCIAC quarterfinal round of games played at Warde High Saturday night. “When the floor opens up this this group wants to […]
The 2019 FCIAC Boys Basketball Tournament will begin Saturday, Feb. 23 with quarterfinals at Fairfield Warde and continue with the semifinals and championship at Wilton’s Zeoli Field house. BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT HUB The semifinals will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26 and the championship Thursday, Feb. 28. Trumbull is the No. 1 seed. Danbury is the […]
NEW CANAAN — It’s been the theme of the New Canaan boys basketball team this season: Everyone plays a part. That recipe for success was on display as every player seemed to have a big moment in the Rams’ 55-44 victory over the St. Joseph Cadets on Wednesday night at NCHS. New Canaan, which has […]
STAMFORD — It’s hard to dethrone the champ.
The Greenwich High School girls gymnastics team enjoys collecting FCIAC Championship plaques. The Cardinals captured their fourth consecutive FCIAC title Saturday…
TRUMBULL — St. Joseph High’s David Summers and Darren Warren have officially signed their National Letters on Intent to play football at Syracuse University and Trinity College, respectively. “St Joseph High School is proud to be able to host another signing day for David Summers and Darren Warren,” said Kevin Butler, Assistant Principal for Athletics. […]
Below is a living list of Connecticut natives or prep school football players in the Class of 2019 who have signed national letters of intent to play in college, or have given a verbal commitment leading into National Signing Day. Players have the opportunity to sign early on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018. National Signing Day for […]
FAIRFIELD — Trumbull senior Krystina Schueler stepped to the foul line with 1.3 seconds remaining and her Eagles deadlocked with town rivals St. Joseph in a game to benefit the American Cancer Society on Saturday at Fairfield University’s Alumni Hall. After the Cadets’ Emma Elrod had sunk a clutch 3-pointer to tie the game […]
FAIRFIELD — Trumbull High saw its 20-point lead after one quarter evaporate over the next three periods, but come crunch time the Eagles had enough left in the tank to hold off St. Joseph, 76-67, before a crowd of 2,300 fans in a Playing for a Cure game to benefit the American Cancer Society at […]