Your finalists are: the Fairfield Warde boys basketball, Ridgefield girls basketball, Trinity Catholic girls basketball, Danbury girls basketball, Norwalk girls basketball, Stamford/Westhill boys hockey and Wilton gymnastics teams.
Sophomore Cali Stietzel hit a 3-point shot with 26 seconds remaining and Megan Kozlowski made a steal on the final play to lead Ridgefield to a 41-40 win over Trumbull in the second of four FCIAC Tournament quarterfinal games at Fairfield Ludlowe. Trinity Catholic defeated Ludlowe, 59-50, in the afternoon’s first game. Danbury and Norwalk also advanced.
It would quite simply be a surprise if someone other than Norwalk or Trumbull won the FCIAC girls basketball title. The Bears are unbeaten and have handled everything thrown at them in soaring to the No. 1 position in the state. The Eagles are the two-time defending champions.
Jack Richardson led New Canaan with 13 points on its final home game of the regular season. Luke Rwambuya finished with 12 points and Matt Brand scored six of his 10 points in succession during the closing rally. Alex Gibbens added eight points.