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Ridgefield boys soccer team wins share of FCIAC title

The Ridgefield High boys soccer team earned a share of the FCIAC championship with a 2-0 win over Greenwich on Tuesday night in Fairfield.

The second-seeded Tigers, who improved their record to 15-2-1, will be conference co-champs with top-seed Norwalk, which beat Wilton, 5-1, in the other semifinal.

Due to a shortened schedule caused by Hurricane Sandy there will be no championship game.

Kent Coleman gave the Tigers a 1-0 lead midway through the first half with a goal off an assist from Matt Wilson.

Seven minutes later, Adam Findlay pushed Ridgefield’s lead to 2-0 when he scored after receiving a pass from Joey DeVivo.

Ridgefield goalie Cal Dearth stopped all four Greenwich shots to earn the shutout.

The third-seeded Cardinals fell to 13-3-2 with the loss.

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  • David

    Why is there no championship game? We could find time for all the semi final games, but there just wasn’t enough time to do the one final game? There are 168 hours in a week and we can find two hours? Hmmm.

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