Monthly Archive for December, 2010

: December, 2010

The 2010 Hearst Connecticut Newspapers All-Star Football Team

In case you missed it in last Sunday’s Connecticut Post, Stamford Advocate, NewsTimes and Greenwich Time, we present the 2010 Hearst Connecticut Newspapers’ All-Star Football team. Lots of tough

2010 CHSCA All-State Football Team

The Connecticut High School Coaches Association has released its all-state team. Photos were taken Wednesday afternoon at Southington High School. With the divisions shrinking from six to four, the

All-FCIAC Football Teams Announced

The All-FCIAC football teams have been announced. Lots and lots and lots of players selected. They list first-team offense and defense, second-team offense and defense and then honorable mention for

The Final Elite 8 – 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen, the final Elite 8 of 2010. MASUK IS NO. 1 Of course. The Panthers were, hands-down the best high school football team in the region and, in our humble opinion, the best team in

Class S Championship Rewind: St. Joseph 49, Ansonia 28

Finally, the last of the CIAC State Championship Videos: St. Joseph’s 49-28 victory over Ansonia in the Class S championship game. This game was probably the best of the bunch, given the extraordinary

Xavier No. 1 in NHR, Day Coaches Polls; Masuk No. 1 in CSWA

The votes have been cast, the decision made. It’s Xavier. By a nosehair. The Falcons earned the No. 1 spot in the New Haven Register’s Top 10 Poll today, earning 14 first place votes and 700 points to

Class L Championship Rewind: Masuk 50, New Canaan 20

Dim the lights, heat the popcorn. It’s time to relive Masuk’s Class L championship victory over New Canaan at Rentschler Field.

Championship Week: Masuk 50, New Canaan 20 (So, Who’s No. 1?) & St. Joseph does it again

Let the debate begin… or at least continue for a few more days. Masuk shook off a dicey second quarter, in which it relinquished two long pass touchdowns to Kevin Macari and allowed 20 points, and

CIAC Championship Week: Xavier beats Trumbull and Day 2

We start with the carnage up at Rentschler Field for the Class LL championship game. Xavier, top-ranked and unbeaten Xavier, made a strong case for holding on to its No. 1 ranking with a thunderous
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CIAC Championship Week: Primer and Game Room

Tonight, we begin. Tonight the first high school football teams will make their final preparations, pack up their equipment, load up their buses and settle in for the ride up to Rentschler Field in