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A look back at the 2021 fall high school sports season through pictures


Photo by Cindy Saleeby: Greenwich High School’s girls volleyball team captured the 2021 FCIAC championship.
Greenwich High’s girls swim team claimed the team title at the 2021 FCIAC Championships.
Sacred Heart Greenwich won the FAA Field Hockey Tournament title and went undefeated against FAA opponents.
Greenwich High’s girls cross country team was the FCIAC West Division champion this past fall.
Greenwich Academy won the team title at the FAA Cross Country Championships.
Brunswick’s water polo team won the NEPSAC Championship and finished the season with a record of 27-2, while Greenwich High School turned in another strong season.


Photo by Dylan Goodman: Greenwich finished the season with a record of 7-4 and qualified for the CIAC Class LL Tournament, where it lost to Fairfield Prep in the quarterfinals.

Brunswick finished its season with a record of 7-3 and qualified for a NEPSAC championship bowl game.

Some scenes from the football season, which saw Greenwich and Brunswick register seven victories and postseason appearances, exhibiting strong play along the way.


Greenwich’s boys soccer team earned the No. 1 seed in the FCIAC Tournament and made the tournament’s championship game, where it was edged by Norwalk. Senior Jake Hugh-Jones helped pace the Cardinals to a highly successful season.
Greenwich’s boys soccer team gathers after the FCIAC championship game against Norwalk.
Greenwich’s girls soccer team’s seniors gather on the team’s Senior Day.
Greenwich’s Scarlett Brooks in action during a game against Westhill at Cardinal Stadium.
Greenwich Academy’s Lauren Harteveldt, right, in action against St. Luke’s during the championship game of the FAA Tournament. After a strong regular season, Greenwich Academy advanced to the FAA finals, where it was edged by St. Luke’s.
Greenwich Academy’s Taylor Glanville, right, helped lead the squad to a winning season.
Sacred Heart Greenwich advanced to the FAA Soccer Tournament quarterfinals.
Sacred Heart and Greenwich Academy renewed their soccer rivalry this fall and played to a draw.

Gavin Foster, left and Nico Montoni helped lead Brunswick’s soccer team to a solid 11-6-1 record this past fall.

Scenes from the fall boys and girls high school soccer season. All the area teams had successful seasons.


The Greenwich girls swimming team gathers with coach Brendan Heller after they won the CIAC State Open title.
Greenwich took a dip in the pool as a team along with coach Brendan Heller after winning the CIAC Class LL team title.


Photo by Cindy Saleeby: The Greenwich volleyball team rejoices after winning the FCIAC Tournament championship.
Photo by Cindy Saleeby: Liana Sarkissian earned All-State, All-FCIAC First Team honors for champion Greenwich.
Photo by Cindy Saleeby: Adele Sotgiu helped power Greenwich’s volleyball team to conference and state titles.
Cameron Brower, left, Alexandra Trofort, middle and Evie Kay Girard helped lead Greenwich Academy to the FAA Volleyball Tournament semifinals and a berth into the NEPSAC Tournament quarterfinals.
Greenwich Academy’s volleyball team enjoyed a highly successful season.
Sacred Heart Greenwich’s volleyball team posted impressive victories during the fall season.
Leadership from its captains helped the Sacred Heart Greenwich volleyball team have a winning season.

Field hockey

Contributed photo: Sacred Heart Greenwich’s field hockey team placed second in the NEPSAC Class A Tournament.
Contributed photo: Sacred Heart senior captains Erin Griffin, left and Caroline Nemec helped lead the team to an outstanding season in which they won the FAA Tournament title and placed second in the NEPSAC Class A Championships.
Sacred Heart celebrates after winning the FAA Tournament field hockey title.
Greenwich High School’s field hockey seniors provided great leadership to the team throughout the season.
Justin Liguori, left and Isa Lattuada helped spark Greenwich’s field hockey team to the FCIAC quarterfinals and a berth into the CIAC Class L Tournament.
Angelica Veronis, one of Greenwich’s captains, moves the ball down the field in the team’s game vs. Stamford.
Jordan Pittignano, left, Elizabeth Dale and Cameron Brower helped lead Greenwich Academy’s field hockey team as senior captains. GA made it to the FAA Tournament finals, then advanced to the NEPSAC Class A Tournament semifinals.
Greenwich Academy in action against rival Sacred Heart Greenwich in the FAA Tournament final.
Greenwich Academy’s Cameron Brower in action against Greenwich Country Day School.
Greenwich Country Day School’s field hockey team in action against Greenwich Academy.
Greenwich Country Day field hockey team is a new program hoping to make its mark in the FAA.

Some field hockey scenes from the fall season.

Cross country

Contributed photo: Greenwich High’s girls cross country team won the FCIAC West Division title, placed second in the team standings at the FCIAC Championships and turned in strong performances at the Class LL Championships and State Open.
Greenwich sophomore Esme Daplyn helped the Cardinals run by many of its opponents this past fall.
Kaitlyn Lisjak, left and Stephanie Busani provided great leadership as senior captains of the GHS cross country team.
Zachary Jelinek was the Greenwich boys cross country team’s top runner throughout the fall season.
Contributed photo: Greenwich Academy ran to the team title at the FAA Championships, following an outstanding regular season, in which they also captured the championship.
Contributed photo: Greenwich Academy’s Maddy Lee, left and Ava Butz helped power GA to a championship season.
Contributed photo: Sacred Heart Greenwich had a successful regular season, then turned in a strong team performance at the FAA Championships this past fall.
Contributed photo: Lucas Pombo of Brunswick won the FAA Cross Country Title, while Maddy Lee won the girls FAA cross country title.

Recognizing college-bound athletes

Recently, Greenwich High School held a ceremony for its senior athletes who will compete in their respective sports at the collegiate level.
Greenwich Academy held a special ceremony for its senior athletes who will play their respective sport in college.
Brunswick held a signing ceremony for its Division I college-bound senior athletes.

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