High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
Offense Dequan Woods, Harding: 3 TDs — runs of 1 and 11 yards and 13-yard pass from Taisun Phommachanh — in 38-10 rout of Law. Phommachanh, a freshman QB, who threw for 278 yards, also connected on a 69-yard TD pass to Tyshawn Walker (7 catches for 140 yards) and a pair of 2-point conversions. […] [Read More]
They can look ahead. Without baggage. That was the most important news in Trinity Catholic’s 33-3 pasting of Sheehan on Saturday. After an 0-11 campaign in head coach Donny Panapada’s first season at his alma mater, the Crusaders can puff out their chests by winning Week 1 of the 2014 football season.Rest assured, there will […] [Read More]
A year after posting its first winning season in recent memory, Westhill kicked off the 2014 campaign with a 36-21 win over Norwalk at home Saturday. Josh Exantus ran for 141 yards and 4 touhdowns as the Bears could not slow down the Vikings running game. New Westhill QB Frankie Marcucio showed poise under center, […] [Read More]
The Abbott Tech-Immaculate co-op football team wrote the first chapter of its history on Saturday, and their book is off to an exciting start. A tough running game and four touchdowns by Dominique Rogers led the United to a convincing 35-8 victory against Platt Tech at Foran High School. Sustaining a ground attack Seemingly […] [Read More]
It was trouble from the start for Greenwich in its season-opener against West Haven Friday night at Ken Strong Stadium. While fans were still filing in and taking their seats, West Haven scored on the first play from scrimmage, as sophomore quarterback Timothy McCarthy connected with speedy receiver Zatrell Lyons for a 61-yard touchdown down […] [Read More]
Well, that wasn’t the way Masuk drew it up. Joe Lato knew Brookfield was good. He knew they were a SWC and Class M runner-up last year. He didn’t expect this to happen, though. And this, as Lato saw, was Brookfield’s 52-21 rout of Masuk on Friday. “I didn’t think this was going to happen,” […] [Read More]
The Staples and Xavier football teams must have thought they were looking into a mirror when they squared off Friday night under the lights at Staples stadium. Both read-option teams were replacing their starting quarterback and leading rusher from a year ago — Jack Massie and Patrick Lesch for Staples, Joe Carbone and Andrew Meoli […] [Read More]