2022 FCIAC Boys Basketball Tournament bracket

The 2022 FCIAC boys basketball tournament will tip off Saturday, Feb. 26 with quarterfinals at Fairfield Warde and will continue March 1 and 3 with the final four at Wilton's Zeoli Field House. 

Ridgefield is the three-time defending champion and the tournament's top seed and is going for a record fourth-consecutive title and fifth in six years.

Note: Tuesday's semifinals at Wilton are separate admissions due to crowd capacity limits. The first game is 5:45.

Championship History

2021 — RIDGEFIELD 64, Westhill 37
     
MVP: Matthew Knachel (10 points)
2020 — 
RIDGEFIELD 63, Trinity Catholic 58
     MVP: Johnny Briody, Ridgefield (15 points)
2019 — RIDGEFIELD 52, Danbury 49
     MVP: James St. Pierre, Ridgefield (24 points)
2018 — DANBURY 75, Trumbull 57
     MVP: Denali Burton, Danbury (24 points)
2017 — RIDGEFIELD 68, Wilton 64 2OT
     MVP: Chris Longo, Ridgefield (17 points)
2016 — WESTHILL 72, Danbury 61
     MVP: Parrish Rowell, Westhill (21 points)
2015 — WESTHILL 64, Norwalk 60
     MVP: Jeremiah Livingston, Westhill (40 points)
2014 — BRIDGEPORT CENTRAL 80, Greenwich 72
     MVP: Tyler Ancrum, Central (26 points)
2013 — BRIDGEPORT CENTRAL 75, Trinity Catholic 67
     MVP: Tyler Ancrum, Central (24 points)
2012 — BASSICK 62, Trinity Catholic 48
     MVP: Jerond Rogers, Bassick (19 points)
2011 — BASSICK 57, Stamford 51
     MVP: Marlon Bennett, Bassick (12 points)
2010 — BRIDGEPORT CENTRAL 77, St. Joseph 65
     MVP: Khristopher Colon, Central (12 points)
2009 — STAMFORD 65, Trinity Catholic 63 OT
     MVP: Chris Evans, Stamford (24 points)
2008 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 51, Harding 46
     MVP: Eric Jean-Guillame, Trinity Catholic
2007 — BASSICK 73, Trinity Catholic 62
     MVP: Jovan Holden, Bassick (39 points)
2006 — HARDING 70, Trinity Catholic 67
     MVP: Charoy Bentley, Harding (39 points)
2005 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 58, Harding 53
     MVP: Ryan Blackmon and Craig Austrie, Trinity Catholic
2004 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 61, Bridgeport Central 59
     MVP: Dave McClure, TC (24 points)
2003 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 89, Stamford 61
     MVP: Craig Austrie, TC (24 points)
2002 — HARDING 54, Greenwich 42
     MVP: John Sullivan, Harding
2001 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 67, St. Joseph 62
     MVP: Glenn Pape, Trinity Catholic
2000 — ST. JOSEPH 73, Harding 70 2OT
     MVP: Jared Pierce, St. Joseph (28 points)
1999 — HARDING 45, Bridgeport Central 37
     MVP: Antoine Sistrunk, Harding (17 points)
1998 — NORWALK 67, St. Joseph 52
     MVPs: Bobby Trimboli (21 points), Brandon Miles (20 points)
1997 — HARDING 56, St. Joseph 38
     MVP: Travis Upchurch, Harding
1996 — NORWALK 84, St. Joseph 74
     MVP: T.J. Trimboli, Norwalk (30 points, 8 assists)
1995 — NORWALK 94, Bassick 77
     MVP: Zack Wrentz, Norwalk (15 points, 12 rebounds)
1994 — HARDING 71, Danbury 63
     MVP: Robert Thompson, Harding (22 points)
1993 — TRINITY CATHOLIC 66, Fairfield 61
1992 — DANBURY
1991 — DANBURY
1990 — DANBURY
1989 — WESTHILL
1988 — WESTHILL
1987 — NORWALK
1986 — MCMAHON
1985 — NORWALK
1984 — NORWALK
1983 — TRUMBULL
1982 — TRUMBULL
1981 — NORWALK
1980 — NORWALK
1979 — WESTHILL
1978 — MCMAHON
1977 — MCMAHON
1976 — RIPPOWAM
1975 — RIPPOWAM
1974 — MCMAHON
1973 — MCMAHON
1972 — NORWALK
1971 — RIPPOWAM
1970 — STAMFORD CATHOLIC
1969 — NEW CANAAN
1968 — RIPPOWAM
1967 — RIPPOWAM
1966 — NORWALK
1965 — No tournament
1964 — STAMFORD
1963 — STAPLES
1962 – DANBURY

Ridgefield celebrates its win over Westhill in the FCIAC championship game on Friday.

Ridgefield celebrates its win over Westhill in the FCIAC championship game on Friday.

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