Full slate of state playoff games set for Greenwich High varsity teams

The Greenwich High School spring varsity teams are going to be busy Wednesday, as play in the CIAC postseason continues.

Yesterday, the Greenwich High baseball team started its game against Cheshire High School. With the score 3-1 in the bottom of the first inning, the game was suspended due to inclement weather. Today at 3:30 p.m., both teams will be back on the GHS baseball field and will resume its game.

The winner will advance to tomorrow’s second round and will play No. 14 seed Conard High School, who upended No. 19 seed South Windsor 4-2 yesterday afternoon.

The Lady Cardinals also have to make up its softball game that was originally supposed to be played yesterday, but was postponed due to the rains that hit Fairfield County. At 4 p.m. today, No. 9 seed Greenwich softball will be in action against No. 24 seed Norwich Free Academy.

The winner will advance to the second round and travel up to No. 8 seed Glastonbury High School, as they beat No. 25 seed Brien McMahon High School yesterday 6-1.

In the girls tennis class L tournament, Greenwich won its match yesterday against Cheshire High School, 7-0. With the victory, Greenwich will play the winner of the Daniel Hand and New Canaan High School battle. Although the match was started yesterday, their game was suspended due to rain. Both NCHS and Hand will travel to Greenwich High School to finish their match later today at noon. The winner will advance to play the Lady Cardinals later in the day.

Fresh off its appearance in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference championship game, the Greenwich High School boys lacrosse team will start play in the CIAC class L tournament. Finishing with a regular season record of 12-4, the Cardinals netted the No. 6 seed and will host No. 11 seed Newtown High School at Cardinal Stadium today. Game time is slated for 4:30 p.m.

If Greenwich comes away with the victory, they will play the winner of the third-seeded Staples High School versus Conard High School game. If No. 14 seed Conard wins, Greenwich will host the quarterfinal game Saturday at 3. However if the Wreckers end up victorious, Big Red will travel to Westport for the quarterfinals.


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