Monthly Archive for September, 2010

: September, 2010

Tuesday news & notes: Matakevich, Valenti, New Canaan scrimmage

Couple of quickies on this Tuesday evening: 1. The most scrutinized metatarsal bone in the state was looked over by more professionals today and the prognosis remains the same: Tyler Matakevich’s is

Could East Haven’s football season be in trouble?

Already mired in the state’s longest active losing streak at 31 games, there has been rampant talk this past week that East Haven might not be able to field a football team this year if participation

St. Joseph’s Matakevich injured, out indefinitely

Updated: Sunday. From the Connecticut Post – Matakevich talks about the injury. Updated: Sunday, 4:30 p.m. (Original posting below) The preliminary prognosis on Tyler Matakevich’s right foot is a

DEE-fense! (Masuk at Shelton, the scrimmage)

Typically you get a lot of offensive fireworks at the annual Masuk at Shelton scrimmage. This year? Not so much. Both offenses sputtered like one of those silly Black Cat fireworks set on a rainy

DeMaio’s back on WELI

About two years ago, I apparently wrote a column on how Clear Channel Radio’s move of ‘The Coach’ George DeMaio’s Friday Night Football Extravaganza show from its home station WELI to sister station

St. Joseph at Pomperaug (The Scrimmage)

St. Joseph seems to be the trendy FCIAC pick this season, which is completely understandable for a couple reasons: A) The Hogs return Tyler Matakevich and Joe Della Vecchia and basically everybody

Bassick film wins Best Sports Documentary

A mighty Congratulations! to Kathy Silver and the kids at Bassick High School for an epic win today: Best Sports Documentary from the New York Independent Film Festival. Silver, a media teacher at

Ansonia at Notre Dame-WH (The Scrimmage)

Normally, I check Ansonia out during its annual clash with West Haven at Ken Strong Stadium. This year we decided to grab Ansonia about a week earlier. Since we’re dragging our feet on the 5 NVL