Boys Lacrosse

Commentary: An FCIAC Year To Remember, No Aids Necessary

Players and coaches have been in an altering state since the end of the spring season — and sports year. Saturday concluded a banner nine months for the FCIAC, with state titles won in baseball (Staples), softball (Trumbull), boys lacrosse (Darien, New Canaan) and girls lacrosse (Darien).

Darien Overcomes Slow Start To Reach Class L Final; Cheshire Holds Off Wilton

FAIRFIELD — It seemed much longer than 25 days since the Darien boys lacrosse team was forced to summon its will, facing a 5-2 halftime deficit to Greenwich in the second to last game of the regular season on a stormy day.

The Blue Wave came back in the second half and have plowed through the postseason, treating talented opponents like small road bumps.

The Ruden Report Podcast: Guests — Ryan Cornell, Alyssa Bonanno, Ben Casparius

Welcome to the debut of The Ruden Report Podcast. As I wrote for the description here on the podcast homepage: The Ruden Report Podcast With Dave Ruden is your destination for in-depth interviews with Fairfield County’s top sports newsmakers and commentary provided by award-winning writer Dave Ruden, who has been covering the FCIAC for 33 years. Fans can listen to conversations with the players, coaches and the personalities who drive sports in the area.

Darien Passes Another Chemistry Test, Topples Greenwich In Class L Quarterfinals

DARIEN — Bobby Lutz may be best conditioned to set up a strategy to try and contain the Darien boys lacrosse team. Before taking over as the coach at Greenwich, he was an assistant to the Blue Wave’s Jeff Brameier, spending eight years in a town where cradling a stick begins, well, just shortly after leaving the cradle.