The Jesuits suffered their first loss last week, falling to West Haven. Kevin Stone has run his record to 3-0 with 27 strikeouts in 29 innings.
The Rams absorbed a 7-5 setback this week to Ridgefield, snapping a six-game winning streak. Danbury, McMahon and Staples await over the next five days.
The Blue Wave have won five straight and has scored 36 runs over the past three games. Darien sits atop the FCIAC standings with a 6-1 conference record.
St. Joe’s continues its streak, winning six in a row, highlighted by a 4-2 win over Danbury on Monday. An interesting week ahead for the Cadets, who face Greenwich, Trumbull and Darien in the six days.
The Mustangs get back into the rankings, riding a four-game winning streak that’s got them into the thick of the FCIAC race. Nick Nardone pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts in a 2-0 win over Staples.
The Wreckers ran into a couple of hot pitchers in the past week, losing to Wilton and Warde. Staples faces a grueling weekend stretch with Ridgefield, Ludlowe and New Canaan.
The Cardinals followed up an emotional nine-inning win over Ridgefield on Wednesday with Friday’s 4-3 defeat at home to Westhill. James Hintzes settled things with 10 strikeouts in Monday’s win over Norwalk.
Even with a .500 record, the Tigers are one of the most feared teams in the FCIAC entering the second half. Craig Burke (.484 average) leads a potent lineup and Sam Sarath anchors and improving staff.
Bunnell is one of the hottest teams in the SWC. They’ve won nine straight, capped by an 8-1 victory over Masuk on Monday. Brian Valeriano has 17 hits in 11 games and Ron Rossomando leads the team with 12 RBI.
The Golden Eagles take the final spot in rankings after two solid victories last week, defeating Wilton 8-0 and knocking of McMahon 7-1. St. Joseph on Monday is a huge matchup as Trumbull tries to stay in the FCIAC playoff race.