Boys hockey: Warriors hold off Trinity, clinch playoff berth

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Jackson Kelly’s short-handed goal with 11:53 left in the third period broke a 3-3 tie and held up the rest of the way as the Wilton High boys hockey team defeated Trinity Catholic, 4-3, on Wednesday night in the regular-season finale. The Warriors (4-16) clinched a berth in the Division III state playoffs with the win. Wilton, which as of … read more

Skiing: Wilton boys finish unbeaten in Class S, girls team third

The Wilton High skiing teams closed out the regular season on Monday at Mt. Southington, with the Wilton boys capturing the Class S regular-season title. Both the boys and girls teams are competing in the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League state championships today at Mt. Southington. The Wilton boys were second overall out of 14 teams on the hill at Mt. … read more

Girls basketball: Wilton survives scare from NFA to advance

The Wilton girls basketball team hit the floor for the first time since their loss in the FCIAC championship game and drew a tough opponent in the first round of the Class LL state tournament on Monday night at the Zeoli Fieldhouse. The 12th-seeded Warriors squared off against the 21st-seeded Norwich Free Academy Wildcats, a team that has sent Wilton … read more

Gymnastics: Warriors claim first state title since 2009

The Wilton gymnastics team won its first state title since 2009 on Saturday at the Class M state championships at Pomperaug High School. The Warriors also qualified as a team for the State Open for the first time since 2009, with a score of 136.175. Wilton beat defending champ Daniel Hand, which was second with 134.475. They were followed by … read more

Wrestling: Longo is Wilton’s first State Open champ in 25 years

Junior Travis Longo became Wilton wrestling’s first State Open champ in 25 years on Saturday, defeating Ty Finn of Simsbury 4-1 in the 106-pound championship match at Hillhouse High School in New Haven. Longo finished the tourney 4-0, improving his season record 35-1. He advances to the New England championships on March 2-3 in Providence, R.I. The last Warrior to … read more

Boys basketball: Warriors miss out on FCIAC playoffs

Despite a 67-48 win at Fairfield Ludlowe on Wednesday night, the Wilton High boy basketball team will miss out on this year’s FCIAC playoffs. The Warriors needed Trumbull to lose to Danbury to claim the final playoff berth, but the Eagles pulled out a 53-50 win later in the evening. The Warriors (12-8 overall; 9-7 FCIAC) will sit out until … read more

Girls basketball: Gulbin carries Wilton to FCIAC finals

In playoff basketball the only thing that matters is that, when the final buzzer sounds, your team has one more point on the scoreboard than your opponent. That’s just what the Wilton girls basketball team had after Tuesday night’s FCIAC semifinal game against Fairfield Warde. With the 43-42 win at Fairfield Ludlowe High School, the second-seeded Warriors advance to Thursday’s … read more

Boys basketball: After loss to Stamford, Wilton needs help to make FCIACs

After a 54-50 overtime loss at Stamford on Monday night, the Wilton High boys basketball team is going to need some help to make the FCIAC playoffs. The loss dropped the Warriors from eighth to ninth in the playoff standings, at 9-6 in FCIAC play (and 12-7 overall). Norwalk, Trumbull and Bridgeport Central, all 10-5 in the conference, are also … read more

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