Two things have become apparently clear during this FCIAC boys basketball season. First, writers who cover the league don’t have to worry about making the trip to Mohegan Sun for the Division I championship, under the CIAC’s new and convoluted format.
WILTON — Antonio Brancato sat in the bleachers at Alumni Hall for last season’s FCIAC boys basketball championship game and, like most of the capacity crowd, got his first taste of the Ridgefield-Wilton rivalry.
On this week’s episode of The Ruden Report Podcast, Trinity Catholic coach Mike Walsh discusses his team’s fast start and Wilton guard Kyle Maatallah previews tomorrow’s FCIAC final rematch with Ridgefield.
Your finalists are: the Ridgefield boys swimming, Stamford boys basketball, Danbury boys basketball, Norwalk girls basketball, Greenwich gymnastics, Fairfield Ludlowe girls basketball, New Canaan girls hockey and Fairfield Warde wrestling teams.
In trying to put this so-far unusual FCIAC boys basketball season in the kindest terms, I mentioned to another coach Frank and Sheila Beneski, the upstate couple known to everyone, who travel the state to see the best game of the day.