Videos

Grip It & Rip It Interview: Stamford’s Brendan Fahey

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this past weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Next in the series is Stamford’s Brendan Fahey, who led the league in receiving.


Grip It & Rip It Interview: St. Joseph’s Jared Mallozzi

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this past weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Next in the series is St. Joseph’s Jared Mallozzi, who led the league in receiving.


Grip It & Rip It Interview: Norwalk’s AJ Hall

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this past weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Next in the series is Norwalk’s AJ Hall, a returning All-FCIAC receiver.


Grip It & Rip It Interview: Fairfield Ludlowe’s Josh Evans

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this past weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Next in the series is Fairfield Ludlowe quarterback Josh Evans.


Grip It & Rip It Interview: Greenwich’s Henry Saleeby

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this past weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Next in the series is Greenwich’s Henry Saleeby, who was one of the team’s leading receivers despite missing half the season with a forearm injury.


Grip It & Rip It Interview: New Canaan’s Quintin O’Connell

New Canaan held its 10th annual Grip It & Rip It Tournament this weekend, and we caught up with one player from each of the seven FCIAC teams that participated.

Kicking off the series is New Canaan’s Quintin O’Connell, who as a sophomore last year led the team in receiving.


The Ruden Report Interns’ Class Of 2017 Sports Video Yearbook

For the past month I have been lucky to have seven senior interns from five schools. I was a little concerned about taking on so many, but they all had varied interests and could make a wide range of contributions so I thought it would work.

As it turns out, it worked better than expected. Some took care of graphics, some videos, some did live social media at games and some wanted to see what a day in the life of a sportswriter was like. Most of us were together for our Sports & Scoops series (we are way behind, but the rest of the episodes are coming).