NEWTOWN — The Norwalk boys soccer team considered itself more like a band of brothers this fall, with a unique connection as they shared both the pursuit of success and the time spent together in that quest.
RIDGEFIELD — Almost everyone at Tiger Hollow seemed certain today’s Class LL quarterfinal game between Ridgefield and Norwalk was headed to penalty kicks.
RIDGEFIELD — After getting knocked out in the first round as the top seed, the Ridgefield boys soccer team never really got a taste of the FCIAC Tournament.
Federico Irigoyen scored in the 10th minute and though the Greenwich boys soccer team could not finish numerous chances, it still held on for a 1-0 victory over Trumbull in the FCIAC final last night. It was the Cardinals’ second straight title and third in five years.
NORWALK — Kurt Putnam nearly wore out a little path of turf between his bench and the scorer’s tent tonight on the Norwalk High School football field. The Greenwich boys soccer team created chances, drilled shots and mostly saw them sail high, wide or into the arms of Trumbull goalkeeper Andrew Menjivar. Then they regrouped.
FAIRFIELD — Knowing they would each be losing nine starters, it is doubtful that either Greenwich boys soccer coach Kurt Putnam or his counterpart at Trumbull, Sebby Gangemi, would have wagered much on a rematch 12 months later after meeting in last year’s FCIAC championship game.
GREENWICH — The Greenwich boys soccer team’s 1-0 setback at Staples one month and one day ago marked the program’s first two-game losing streak is nearly six years.
Moments before his team’s final game of the regular season last night, Danbury coach Antony Howard was uncertain whether his team would be the sixth, seventh or eighth seed in the FCIAC Tournament.