Monthly Archive for August, 2012

: August, 2012

Scrimmage Bowl MMXII goes to Ansonia; and a full scrimmage schedule (updated)

We’re just about to Labor Day, and y’all know what that means: Connecticut is just under two weeks away from actual high school football games. (ugh). No worries, there will be football played all

Coggins back to Sacred Heart and a Naugy investigation update from Rep-Am

After all the craziness of the past summer involving Boston College commit David Coggins and former Naugatuck coach Rob Plasky’s alleged attempts to woo him and Javon Martin into Greyhound uniforms,

Oh, by the way: There is a 2013 SWC-NVL Challenge, too.

Lost amid all of the sudden bile and rancor over the finer points of the SCC-FCIAC Football Challenge in 2013 is that the NVL and SWC have hammered out a similar agreement to match their leagues

2013 SCC-FCIAC Challenge being tripped up by details (updated)

The FCIAC voted Tuesday night to approve its cross-league matchup with the SCC in the 11-game 2013 season. The coaches have long agreed to a tentative proposal that would have the two powerhouses play

MaxPreps profile: Ansonia’s Newsome on pace for national rushing record

Feeling down about Connecticut’s performance against Don Bosco Prep in a scrimmage? No worries Nutmeggers. You got yourself a big dose of Connecticut hubris just by visiting MaxPreps this morning.

Don Bosco stomps Greenwich in scrimmage (of course)

Forget the idyllic photo above. It doesn’t sound like the Greenwich-Don Bosco Prep scrimmage looked very pretty. Greenwich 7…. Don Bosco Prep 42 Whoever was manning the game for MSG Varsity’s Mike

Greenwich tangles with Don Bosco in scrimmage today

Talk about starting the preseason with a tough opponent. The Greenwich High School football team will travel to Ramsey, N.J., Tuesday to scrimmage national power Don Bosco Prep at 5 p.m. How good is

Preseason 2012: 5 Pressing Questions for the SCC

Ah, the mighty, mighty SCC. Diamonds runneth over in the SCC’s chest of swag. And nobody swaggers quite like the SCC. Why shouldn’t they? The conference staked its claim as the best in the state in

Let the scrimmages begin! Hand, Berlin & Central highlights

To kick off the first scrimmage week, we headed over to Route 108 to partake in a pair of practices Saturday. We started at Shelton and then hit West Haven at St. Joseph. It was more of a fact-finding

Naugatuck’s Rob Plasky resigns amid investigation

WFSB Channel 3 Rob Plasky, the longest-tenured football coach in the NVL, has resigned as Naugatuck football coach amid allegations that he violated CIAC rules by  providing money to the foster mother