FIELD HOCKEY Drama in the first 10 minutes proved to be the final curtain at Greenwich. And it was curtains, for the Cardinals' undefeated streak, in Darien\u2019s 1-0 victory on Wednesday. Yeah, I dove for it. I\u2019ve got little turf marks, but it\u2019s OK. It was worth it. \u2014 Kendall Wisinski Kendall Wisinski\u2019s diving stab at the goal line early in the first half not only put the ball into the back of the net with the goal that stood up all game, but it kept the Wave\u2019s mega-shutout streak alive. \u201cBridget Mahoney, she stole it at the 50 and took it down to the 20 and sent it in to Molly Hellman,\u201d Wisinski said of the wind up to the lone goal of the game. Hellman centered it past the goaltender on the right side, with one hot ball rolling across down low. \u201cIt was so close to the goal,\u201d said Wisinski. \u201cI was just like, I can\u2019t have this not go in.\u201d What could she do? \u201cI just laid out for it,\u201d Wisinski said. It went into the left corner. \u201cYeah, I dove for it,\u201d she added, \u201cI\u2019ve got little turf marks, but it\u2019s OK. It was worth it.\u201d The Wave\u2019s got the highest marks in the league. Darien\u2019s shut out every opponent, climbing to 7-0-1 overall, 7-0 FCIAC to take over first place in the league. The Cardinals dip to 6-1. Erica Blaze made five saves and held tight\u00a0for the shutout in the face of a slew of corners, as the Darien defense from midfield in kept a lid on it, with most of the game played in that quadrant of the field. \u201cSo, we were the (top) two undefeated teams in the FCIAC,\u201d Wisinski said. \u201cBut, I think they really came out strong. They had some really good stick skills; some really good big hits." Norwalk (5-0) is the only other undefeated team left in the league. \u201cAnd our stick skills were not on par today," Wisinski added. "But we cleaned that up with our passing, with our hustle. We just had so much heart today. I think that\u2019s how we came out with the win.\u201d Diving drama was witnessed at both ends of the field. KiKi\u00a0Tropsa gets a 10.0 for her defensive version, saving a goal-against in the one-goal game. \u201cIt was almost going over the line,\u201d Tropsa said. \u201cIt was scary; coming really fast.\u201d Tropsa tapped it away where she lay. \u201cOur defense stepped up,\u201d she said of the shutout. \u201cIt was really good. Lindsey Wallach, Hannah Riegel and Kerry Blatney, they all played amazing. Hannah Riegel stepped up huge in the middle and Bridget Mahoney also dropped back on D a lot.\u201d Mahoney and Katie Elders rode shotgun on the midfield, with one low and the other high. \u201cAnd they mesh really well together,\u201d Tropsa added. \u201cThey always see each other and they\u2019re able to pick off many passes in the middle, which is really helpful.\u201d Sally Cassidy worked the ball out of the midfield and in on the attack consistently. And for only one girl Mahoney seemed to be everywhere, all at once.