NEW CANAAN — If trophies were handed out for candor, the New Canaan boys lacrosse team earned one Wednesday night.
It wasn’t even as close as a 19-goal win.
The storyline is as distinct as the New York skyline: eight days ago the Rams lost to Darien in overtime for the second time this season. The 12-11 defeat, in the FCIAC semifinals, denied them a third straight conference title.
“It’s been a little frustrating,” said Teddy Bossidy, who scored twice in Wednesday’s 21-2 rout of RHAM in the opening round of the CIAC Class M Tournament. “You lost to a team in overtime, it gets to you. When you lose to them twice, it really bugs you.”