Boys hoops: Wilton faces high-scoring Crosby tonight in quarterfinals

The Wilton High boys basketball team will attempt to advance to the state semifinals when it hosts Crosby from Waterbury in the Class L quarterfinals tonight at 7. The sixth-seeded Warriors will have their hands full, however, in a Crosby team that is much-more daongerous than its 14th seed would suggest. “We’re facing a very, very quick team. They like … read more

Boys basketball: Warriors advance to state quarterfinals

The sixth-seeded Wilton boys basketball team advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Class L state tournament with a hard-fought 64-57 win over the 11th-seeded Newington Indians on Thursday night at Zeoli Fieldhouse. The Warriors (19-6) will now face the 14th-seeded Crosby Bulldogs on Monday night at 7 in Wilton. Crosby upset third-seeded Bassick on Thursday night, 82-74. As soon … read more

Boys basketball: Wilton rains 3-pointers on Woodstock in state playoff win

The rain outside the gym may have stopped, but inside Zeoli Fieldhouse, the Wilton High boys basketball team made it rain 3-pointers as it sank 18 of them in a 73-35 rout of the 27th-seeded Woodstock Academy Centaurs, in the opening round of the Class L state playoffs Tuesday night. Seven different players drained a 3-pointer for the sixth-seeded Warriors, with Nick Kronenberg … read more

Skiing: Wilton boys eighth, girls ninth at state meet

The Wilton High School ski team competed in the state championships of the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League last Thursday at Mount Southington, finishing a challenging first season in the Class L conference. The Wilton girls placed ninth out of 11 teams overall, while the Wilton boys placed eighth out of 13 teams overall. First place was taken by the Fairfield … read more

Ridgefield-Wilton FCIAC basketball final moved to bigger venue

Ridgefield's Brenden McNamara, left, and Wilton's Jack Williams are looking to lead their teams to the first FCIAC boys basketball title in either school's history. — Dave Stewart photos

With rivals Ridgefield and Wilton playing for their first FCIAC boys basketball title in league’s 51-year history, the league is moving the game to Fairfield University’s Alumni Hall. During Tuesday night’s semifinals (which you can watch on-demand on HAN Network) the Fairfield Warde gymnasium was at its 1,700-seat capacity. As the Ridgefield-Danbury game required two overtimes to determine a winner, … read more

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