Warde lost to New Canaan in five sets on Oct. 3. Scores were: 22-25, 21-25, 25-13, 25-12, 12-15. The Mustangs are 6-4 overall, 3-4 in FCIAC play. Emma Ibanez had four service points, two aces, 15 kills and 13 digs. Christina Hunter had 23 service points, one ace, eight kills and five digs. On Oct. 5, the Mustangs defeated Danbury in four sets. Scores were: 25-9, 25-18, 18-25, 25-22. Warde improved to 7-4 overall, 4-4 in FCIAC play. Emma Ibanez had 11 service points, three aces, nine kills and nine digs. Clare Edminster had nine service points, four aces, 12 kills, two digs and 12 assists.

Notre Dame-Fairfield lost to Joel Barlow in straight sets on Oct. 3. Scores were: 12-25, 17-25, 14-25. The Lancers are 5-6 overall, 0-6 in the SWC Patriot Division.

Ludlowe defeated Lauralton Hall in straight sets on Pct. 8. Scores were: 25-17, 25-11, 25-20. The Falcons are now 9-2 on the season. Jo Blanco had 11 kills, five digs, two aces and two blocks. Molly Cronin had seven aces. Ava Sanborn had 14 assists, two aces and two digs.

BOYS SOCCER

Ludlowe defeated New Canaan 1-0 on Oct. 1 thanks to a goal from Matt Rullo. Amar Sumra was credited with the assist. The Falcons out-shot the Rams 26 to 5 in the game. Ludlowe is now 5-2-1 in the FCIAC East, tied for first place with Norwalk. On Oct. 4, the Falcons got past Central 4-1 to move to 6-2-1 in FCIAC play. Nico Rullo scored two goals, Matt Rullo and Colin Agosti also scored for Ludlowe. Assists went to Ryan Burress, Arta Sumra and Kristo Boci.

Fairfield Prep beat Amity 1-0 on Oct. 5. Nate Montani scored the Jesuits goal. Prep assistant coach Jack Read named Ryan Cowles as the “Man of the Match.”

On Oct. 6, Prep defeated St. Anthony’s (NY) 2-1. Alex Whammond and Lucas Ojea Quintana scored goals for the Jesuits with assists going to Jose Garcia Mina (2). Prep assistant coach Jack Read named Mina, Whammond, Quintana and Gavin Neumeyer as “Men of the Match.” On Oct. 9, Prep defeated Hillhouse 4-1. Axel Whammond scored three goals for the Jesuits (10-0) and Alex Gough also scored. Assists went to Luca Ojea Quintana, Luke Finnegan (2) and Gavin Neumeyer. Assistant coach Jack Read named Ojea Quintana and Whamond as “Men of the Match.”

Notre Dame-Fairfield edged New Milford 3-2 on Oct. 8. Bernard Schuler scored a three-goal “hat trick” for the Lancers with Sean Buzzee (2) and Kevin Morataya adding assists. ND is 5-2-1.

CROSS COUNTRY

The Notre Dame-Fairfield boys’ team lost a meet to New Fairfield (15-50) and Newtown (15-50) on Oct. 4. The Lancers’ top finisher was Patrick Milner, who crossed the line in ninth place in :24.34. The ND boys’ are 1-9. The ND girls’ also lost to New Fairfield (15-50) and Newtown (15-50) on Oct. 4. The Lancers top finisher was Danna Aguilar in :31.50. Notre Dame girls are 1-9. On Oct. 9, the Notre Dame boys’ fell to New Milford 15-50, Barlow 15-50 and Mausk 18-44. The Lancers’ top finisher was Patrick Milner, who placed 23rd in 19:37.

The Ludlowe boys’ lost to Ridgefield 28-31, New Canaan 26-29 and Trumbull 25-30 on Oct. 9 at Ridgefield. Ethan Lovallo finished fourth in 13:33.10 with Sam Sweeney taking fifth place in 13:33.80. Joshua Schaffer came in 10th in 13:53.10. The Ludlowe girls’ team lost to Ridgefield 19-36, Trumbull 19-36 and to New Canaan 25-30 on Oct. 9 at Ridgefield. Jordan Stein placed fourth for the Falcons in 15:36. The Ludlowe girls’ are 6-6 on the season.

GIRLS SOCCER

Notre Dame-Fairfield and Weston battled to a 3-3 tie on Oct. 8. Lancers goals were scored by Tassia Ferreira (2) and Kasia Zawadski. Assists went to Carly Zajac (2) and Toni Domingos. Tia Pascarelli made 11 saves in goal for ND, now 8-1-1 on the season. On Oct. 6, ND shutout Bethel 6-0. Toni Domingos scored a three-goal hat trick for the Lancers, with Carly Zajac scoring two goals and Jaelyn Ballester also scoring. Assists went to Tassia Ferreira, Olivia Carreiro (2), Jenna Zajac, Amanda McGeehan and Danielle Yardis. Tia Pascarelli made one save in goal for the Lancers.

FIELD HOCKEY

Ludlowe was shutout by Ridgefield 3-0 on Oct. 9. The Falcons fell to 5-4-1 on the season, 4-4-1 in FCIAC play.