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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

“I’m So Proud of Our Kids” Image
Staples Coach Marce Petroccio congratulates his players following tonight’s 27-21 CIAC Class L semifinal win over Fitch at Wilton. “What a great win. I’m so proud of our kids,” he said. “We could have went in the tank when it was 21-21, but the kids did a great job battling back.” (CLICK TO ENLARGE) photo

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Saturday, November 26, 2005

Staples to Meet Fitch (Groton) at Wilton on Tuesday in Playoffs

The Staples Wreckers will go up against Robert E. Fitch Senior High School of Groton in the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) football playoffs Tuesday.

Because Staples does not have lights, the game will be played in Wilton at 6:30 p.m.

Top-seeded Staples is 10-0 in FCIAC play. Three of those wins came against playoff teams (Trumbull, LL; Ridgefield, L; and New Canaan, MM).

Fitch (7-3) is seeded No. 4 in L.

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Thursday, November 24, 2005

Taking Home the Turkey Image
Senior Ryan Bohling took home the turkey following today’s Wreckler 10-0 Thanksgiving Day win over Greenwich at home. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Betsey Lebow for

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Bill Krause Honored at Staples Game Image
The late William A. Krause, former president of the Sportsmen of Westport, was among those honored during half-time ceremonies today at the Staples-Greenwich football game. Accepting the award were (l-r) state Sen. Bob Duff, his wife Tracy, Krauses daughter, and William Krause, Krause’s son. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Chip Stephens for

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Turkey Day Decorations Image
MSG brought along some Thanksgiving Day decorations for its live broadcast of today’s Staples 10-0 win over Greenwich at Staples. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Chip Stephens for

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Wrecker Defense in Action Image
The Wrecker defense goes into action during today’s 10-0 Staples win over Greenwich. The Wreckers improved to 10-1 on the season and head for the state playoffs Tuesday night at a field to be determined. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Chip Stephens for

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Getting Him Down Image
The Wrecker defense finally got their man down during today’s 10-0 victory over Greenwich. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Betsey Lebow for

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Fancy Footwork Image
Senior Ryan Bohling does some fancy footwork to avoid a couple of tackers during today’s 10-0 victory over Greenwich. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Betsey Lebow for

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Live Telecast of Staples 10-0 Win Over Greenwich Image
Staples quarterback D. J. Stefkovich talks about today’s 10-0 Wrecker Thanksgiving Day win over Greenwich at the conclusion of MSG’s live coverage of the game at Staples. Coach Marce Petroccio awaits his turn before the camera. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) photo

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Muddy Win Image
An overnight snow then rain left the field muddy for today’s Staples-Greenwich game. Senior Lonson Becker was among Wreckers needing a good bath after today’s victory.. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Betsey Lebow for

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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Just Out of Reach Image
Staples senior Matt Dicesare (68) tries to get his hands on the ball during today’s 14-0 Staples FCIAC championship loss to Trumbull at Boyle Stadium in Stamford. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Daniel Gelman for

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Taken Down Image
Staples senior Brian Levine gets stopped by some Trumbull Eagles during tonight’s 14-0 Staples loss at Stamford. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Emily Laux for

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Trumbull Overpowers Staples 14-0 to Win FCIAC Title

Trumbull tonight handed Staples its first loss in 20 games, overpowering the Wreckers 14-0 in the FCIAC championship game at Boyle Stadium in Stamford.

No. 1-ranked Staples, seeking its second FCIAC title in three years, entered the game 9-0 on the season while Trumbull was 8-1. Staples had defeated Trumbull 13-0 on Oct. 7.

Playing in crisp, cool weather with the temperature in the 30s, the Wreckers seemed unable to show the power displayed in earlier season games. Quarterback D. J. Stefkovich had four passes intercepted after suffering an ankle injury.

Stefkovich had to be helped off the field in the closing minutes of the game after remaining motionless on the field following a play. It turned out to be the ankle injury which he had suffered earlier.

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Thursday, November 17, 2005

Staples Diamond Club Seeks Baseball Alumni

The Staples Diamond Club is building a database of alumni of the Staples High School baseball team and is looking for former players.
The database will be used to keep alumni informed about Staples baseball and the activities of the Diamond Club, including the planned May 2006 Homecoming Game at Harbor Yard Stadium, an announcement said.

Former Staples players should send an e-mail to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with the player’s name and the years played.

The Staples Diamond Club, Inc., is a nonprofit organization run by Staples High School parents to support the Staples baseball program. In its first season, the Diamond Club, among other things, created the Web site which contains baseball news, game photos and stats for all three Staples baseball teams.

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Staples Girls Swim Team Takes Second in State Tourney

The Staples girls swim team took second place at the Class L swimming championship Wednesday night at Wesleyan University with 571.50 points.

Staples opened the meet with the team of Kellyn Loftus, Savitri Horrigan, Anna Smith and Molly Hennessy winning the 200 medley relay in 1:53.22. Smith then came back to take first in the 100 butterfly.

Capping off a victorious night Smith then anchored the 200 free relay of Hennessy, Meghan Lally, Laura Scott and Smith to first place in 1:41.90.

Staples got one more first place as Cydney Eldh tied for first in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:07.83. Newtown won the meet on the strength of 78 points in diving for a total of 593 points. Ridgefield was third with 478.

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