Baseball

Extra-Base Hits: Your FCIAC Tournament Catchup Guide

There seemed to be so much clarity 48 hours ago. While leaving Mead Park following Monday’s Staples-New Canaan game, I mentioned to Dave Stewart, who among many other responsibilities runs the FCIAC website, how it seemed like we were going to get off relatively easy on the tiebreaker scenarios this year. Seven of the eight baseball playoff spots had been filled, which seemed highly unlikely just days before, when 10 teams were alive for four places.

Baseball

Wreckers Remain Wild About Harry After 12-3 Win Over New Canaan

NEW CANAAN — No other FCIAC pitcher has a more structured schedule than Staples’ Harry Azadian. Mondays belong to Azadian. Wreckers coach Jack McFarland doesn’t factor in the opponent, how many games are being played the rest of the week or the weather forecast. On the first afternoon of the school week, Azadian is called upon to set the tone for the rest of the week.