Two of Connecticut’s powerhouse programs collide today when defending Class L state champion Fairfield Prep plays at Greenwich (6-1) at 5 p.m. You can watch the game live on

LL_Game-Day-CROPPED16Unbeaten Joel Barlow visits Newtown in a 7 p.m. game at Blue and Gold Stadium in another Connecticut contest.

Also in the Nutmeg State, Brunswick hosts Lawrenceville in a NJ/CT showdown. It’s Connecticut vs. Massachusetts as Loomis Chaffee plays at Deerfield. Avon Old Farms plays at Westminster and Taft hosts Choate.

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Unbeaten Delbarton plays at Summit (8-1) in a matchup of tristate powers to highlight the slate in the Garden State.

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29 Responses to “Wednesday, 4/24: Connecticut powers collide as Greenwich hosts Fairfield Prep; Bronxville hosts Mamaroneck; Delbarton plays at Summit in NJ showdown”

  1. slacrosse says:


    Mamo has enough skill to score but among other things, they have to commit to a “war” out there to dominate ground balls and hopefully face offs and thus limit possession for Bville’s lethal attack.

  2. Old Rugger says:

    I would love to be at that Delbarton Summit game!! Great Lax I’ll say Delbarton 9 Summit 7.

  3. Bville vs Mamo says:

    Bville is starting to play well, gaining confidence. They win by 8-10 today.

    • Bville vs Mamo says:

      only off by 7 goals on the differential. Too bad Bville and YTown couldn ‘t play again, only saying it would be more competitive. Their loss to YTown woke them up.

  4. Laxer4life says:

    Somebody please share updates for this game, thanks

  5. slacrosse says:

    8-2 BVILLE End half, A TOTAL wipe out.

  6. slacrosse says:

    14-2 end 3. Bit.more posses by mamo but
    mo answer on D

  7. says:

    @joe_lombardi: Fairfield Prep leads Greenwich 4-3 at the half. The Jesuits had rallied from a 2-1 deficit after one to score three straight goals.

  8. slacrosse says:

    19-2. Bville Over

    • South of 287 says:

      Wow – slapped down like a red headed rented mule. that be fuggly…

      • slacrosse says:

        That’s an understatement. Hopefully Mamo can take something away from this game to improve.

        • Cannon says:

          Why does B’ville feel the need to run up scores? With a twelve goal difference after 3, why not sub in the youngins?

          • E says:

            Mamaroneck subbed starters in the 3rd. Bronxville left guys on in 4th. They kept starters in going hard well into the 4th.

          • bville says:

            The only time Bronxville hasnt put there starters down were against teams that were supposed to be top level. Mamo and Somers are the only two real examples this season and both are considered top level teams. Mamo pulling their starters in the third is disappointing and gives the players and ok to completely give up. Playing your starters deeper is a sign of respect, that these teams are capable of making a comeback. Just as Yorktown they do the same thing, including to Bville.

          • Really? says:

            If I were a Mmk fan, I would worry more about what my team needed to do in order to improve, and not concentrate on if another team waited too long to take it easy on you. Sounds like going hard into the fourth as mentioned below, regardless of the score, could be lesson number one.

          • just a fan says:

            Maybe Bville was making a statement like yorktown did to Bville. Before the town game Bville seemed to be chripping a little too much. Before the Mamaroneck game it seemed that mamaroneck was doing some chripping about bville not being able to compete with them at full strength. (last year mamo played bville without all starters) Also Bville subbed there starters in the beginning of the 4th. And mamaroneck did not sub there team the only players being sub were defense to try and find someone to stop there attack and that subbing started in the 2nd qtr!

  9. says:

    Final: Delbarton 9, Summit 8 in a NJ showdown

  10. sec1 says:

    Lawrenceville 9 Brunswick 6 Final

  11. LI Guy says:


    Wogue 8, ESM 4

    SWR 6, Sayville 5

    GC 9, Bellmore-JFK 2

    Kellenberg 10, Hicksville 8

  12. says:

    Final: Westminster 9, Avon Old Farms 8

  13. says:

    Final: Nyack 8, North Rockland 7 (OT)

    • Qlax says:

      Another outstanding game by Nyack’s 8th grade goalie. Start putting him in the conversation as one of Section 1’s best…yea. seriously.

      • Al Bundy says:

        Yes agree. Good all around effort by Nyack and they kept their composure after a North Rockland comeback from 4-1 down. However, the goalie kept out North Rockland’s offense who dominated possesion

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