High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
Monthly Archive for January, 2011
To all the UConn fans angered by Xavier linebacker Graham Stewart’s decision to spurn their school for Boston College: You now have company. Stewart isn’t not going to Boston College, either. Stewart, an 6-foot-2, 225-pound all-state player from Durham who led the Falcons to a 13-0 record and Class LL championship, announced Friday he instead […] [Read More]
Norwalk has named assistant coach and offensive coordinator Sean Ireland as its next head football coach. Ireland is a 1996 graduate of Norwalk and currently a physical education teacher at the school. He takes over for Pete Tucci who resigned in November after 13 seasons a 53-72 record. “Excited is not the word. Let’s start […] [Read More]
UPDATED, Jan. 31 Now is the time for all good high school football players to come to the aid of their college. National Signing Day is Wednesday. So, where’s everybody going? Let’s start with what we know: Ridgefield has announced that OL Tommy Jordan will sign with Florida, despite the coaching change at the school, […] [Read More]
Norwalk High School will announce its next football coach today (Friday) in a 1:45 p.m. press conference. There has been rampant speculation over who will get the job. The frontrunner is considered to be assistant coach Sean Ireland, but that Darien defensive coordinator Idris Price, who was an all-state player at McMahon, and former Wilton […] [Read More]
The 2010 Walter Camp All-Connecticut team was unveiled today at the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s Breakfast of Champions — which honors the four state championship teams from the state — at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven. Masuk coach John Murphy was honored as the Foundation’s Coach of the Year after a 13-0, Class L […] [Read More]