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Darien shuts out Greenwich for CIAC Championship

Greenwich High School Sports Wrap Up

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Greenwich, CT | Added on March 21, 2015 At 10:00 PM

For the first time in 27 years, two FCIAC teams are battling it out for the division 1 state title. 

It was the Greenwich Cardinals against the Darien Blue wave in this championship game. 

The first period was all about defense. Greenwich goalie Bryan Archino blocks this shot, then defenseman Ben Van Duyne slaps the rebound away from the goal preventing a Blue Wave shot. 

Darien goalie WIll Massie defended 9 Greenwich sots int he first period, and it's scoreless after 1. 

The Cardinals start out the second period with some momentum. Brian Silard steals the puck from Darien and shoots, but Massie is there to block yet another Cardinal attempt. 

Darien scores 5 and a half minutes into the second period. Jack Pardue gets his own pass off the wall and finds the back of the net. 1-0 Darien after 2. 

Now to the third period where it's do or die for Greenwich. With just under 10 seconds left Colin Kelly gets a pass from Silard and shoots, but Massie is a brick wall in the net. Greenwich finishes with 22 shots on goal compared to Darien's 16, but it just wasn't enough. The Blue Wave are now the 2015 division 1 CIAC state champions, beating Greenwich 1-0. 


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