STAMFORD — The attacks started without any warning, causing Kelsey Santagata to experience breathing difficulties and to break out in sweat.
Santagata was in need of a sanctuary, a safe haven, but it is hard to hide from your own body.
And the opponent was not someone to overpower on the basketball court.
NORWALK — Lee Krost had his first flirtation with the NFL 50 years ago. He was a semi-professional player with the Richmond Vikings when he was given a tryout by the Baltimore Colts.
Only one thing stood in his way.
“They had this young little skinny guy. His name was Unitas,” said Krost with a smile, referring to Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas.
Now, a half decade later, Krost in a way is trying to get back to the NFL.
There seems to be more of a buzz on the eve of the new FCIAC girls basketball season than in recent years.
Perhaps it is because there appears to be more good teams in the upper echelon.
The three teams playing in next Saturday’s state championship games accounted for 21 of the 40 spots on the All-FCIAC Football team, which was announced today.
New Canaan placed 10 starters on the team, while Lou Marinelli was named as the league’s Coach of the Year.
After a long list of memorable accomplishments over the past three months, starting next Sunday it is time for you to decide who was the very best of the best. We have selected six outstanding finalists for the BlueStreak-Ruden Report FCIAC Football Player of the Year award.
MILFORD — The New Canaan offense was held to a season-low output in its 17-0 win over North Haven on Saturday afternoon at Jonathan Law High School in the semifinal round of the Class L playoffs.
But the Rams made enough big plays when they had to, and succeeded in part by making use of the strategy the Indians had ridden.