As Ridgefield was taking on Trumbull Friday afternoon, Ridgefield coach Paul Fabbri and his coaching staff were being informed they could return. After a fire\u00a0was set using gasoline as an accelerant\u00a0in an attempt to dry off the infield at Governor\u2019s Park Field April 6 prior to a game against Amity, Fabbri and two of his assistants, Tom Neville and Len Merullo,\u00a0were put on administrative leave\u00a0April 8 pending an investigation. The fire caused\u00a0an estimated $50,000 in damages\u00a0to the field. After five days, Fabbri and his assistants were told they were cleared and able to return to the team. Fabbri made it to Trumbull in time to talk to his team after the game Friday. \u201cI certainly am back,\u201d Fabbri said. \u201cFriday they told me \u2018you\u2019re back\u2019 and we all could resume coaching.\u201d The day he was put on leave the team was voted No. 1 in the GameTimeCT poll, but the coaches leaving and pending investigation put a damper on the honor. \u201cIt was confusing for the kids and frustrating for them. But they are kids and they are resilient and that\u2019s the important thing,\u201d Fabbri said. \u201cIt was incredibly frustrating. Especially with the team doing well, we just beat Amity, we were No. 1 in the state. It was really frustrating being in limbo and not knowing what was going to happen.\u201d The Tigers are scheduled to play a home game Wednesday against Ludlowe at 4 p.m.