Girls Lacrosse

Girls Lacrosse Preview: Wilton Leads The Pack Looking To End Darien’s Run

The usual suspects will again be the major players this FCIAC girls lacrosse season. The Blue Wave are the team to beat until someone proves otherwise, and Wilton may be in the position to prove otherwise. New Canaan and Greenwich remain solid and hope to be the schools to end Darien’s recent dominance.

New Canaan’s Bruno, Darien’s Fiore Travel Same Path To Remain Rivals

NEW CANAAN — Giana Bruno and Chrissie Fiore became rivals because of proximity, friends and teammates because of their shared talents, and will remain adversaries both due to that ability and the common mindset of taking the road less traveled.

“It’s fun having that two-sided relationship,” said Bruno, a two-sport star at New Canaan. “You step on the field and you’re enemies. We never smile at each other.”

Darien Uses First-Half Eruption To Defeat New Canaan, Creating Class L Final With Wilton

NORWALK — It may not have been Warriors-Cavs, but for a girls lacrosse state semifinal the matchup was as good as it gets.

Darien vs. New Canaan. Two great, proud programs, both defending state champions that have combined for 13 state crowns in different divisions during the last 10 years, were meeting for the first time in the Class L Tournament at Brien McMahon High School tonight. And if that wasn’t enough, there isn’t a greater rivalry than this in the state.

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.