WESTPORT — The Staples field hockey team came into the penultimate game of the regular season in need of a signature win that could provide an intangible factor heading in to what could be among the most contested conference tournaments in league history.
The schedule is not ripe with excitement like last week, though there are four games between teams with winning records. Each has a heavy favorite, but an upset or two could have an impact on a few schools pursing state playoff berths.
It has been the practice here to publish a midseason report card, handing out grades to individuals and teams based on performances through the first five weeks.
With the fall regular season coming to the homestretch, Colony Grill and The Ruden Report are going to give one FCIAC team the chance to hold a team dinner with a $250 gift certificate that can be used at one of the restaurant’s locations, in Stamford, Norwalk, Fairfield or Milford.
The St. Joseph football team scored 28 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to overcome a 35-10 deficit and defeat Ridgefield on Saturday, 38-35. Quarterback David Summers threw the winning touchdown pass to Philip Pasmeg.