CIAC Class M girls lacrosse: St. Joseph reaches first state final


CHESHIRE ‘The St. Joseph and East Lyme girls lacrosse teams will each find themselves in ‘ ‘It’s like they used to say in the show ‘The Wide World of Sports,

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St. Joseph’s Lily Ivanovich, left, fires a shot past Guilford goalie Sydney Widlitz during the Cadets 14-10 victory over top ranked Guilford in the girls lacrosse Class M semifinals in Monday at Cheshire High School.

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CHESHIRE ‘The St. Joseph and East Lyme girls lacrosse teams will each find themselves in an unfamiliar situation on Saturday and they just couldn’t be happier.

Posting victories they will long remember, the Cadets and Vikings earned themselves berths in an event they’ve had their sights set on for quite some time ‘ the state lacrosse final.


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Date: 2019-06-03T22:45:05Z
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Final 2018-19 GameTimeCT Girls Basketball Top 10 Poll: NORWALK (28-0) is No. 1

Norwalk’s Naeva Rene, who made the championship-winning basket with 1.7 seconds remaining, holds up the Class LL trophy after a 55-53 victory over New London that clinched the school’s first girls basketball title and 28-0 season since 2000. (Photo Sean Patrick Bowley / Hearst Connecticut Media)

For the first time since 2000, the Norwalk girls basketball team is the No. 1-ranked team in the final Top 10 poll of the season.

Head coach Ricky Fuller does not think his 2019 undefeated state champions could beat the Norwalk team which finished unbeaten in 2000. But’Fuller, who was an assistant coach on that 2000 team, says that is part of what makes the 2019 team so remarkable.

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Date: 2019-03-20T21:42:05+00:00
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ON DECK: No fooling. Spring arrives in virtual full bloom – Meriden Record

The spring scholastic season opens in virtual full bloom this week, with row upon row of rivalry games and matches, particularly in the fields of Wallingford.

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We mention just one starting time for Wednesday because Lyman Hall athletic director Steve Baker has things lined up in triple-header fashion. Softball at the Phil Ottochian Complex will be followed by boys lacrosse at 5 p.m. and girls lacrosse at 7 p.m.

The Lyman Hall boys and Sheehan girls already have a lax win under their belts. Both defeated’Stratford on Saturday.

The LH boys, who got four goals from Matt Pettit in their 12-5 victory, will actually be back on their home field’Monday night’against West Haven before Sheehan comes calling’Wednesday. That game is’the season opener for the Titans.


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