The 2012 ‘Super 33′ Hearst Connecticut All-Star Football team

The votes have been voted, the tallies tallied, and with some minor shuffling around of the positions to make sure the candidates get a spot, we present to you the 2012 ‘Super 33′ Hearst Connecticut All-Star Football team, which was unveiled January 1.

We broke it down by 16 players per side, with the addition of  all-purpose slots for the players who just did everything for their teams, and the Most Valuable Player.

Masuk’s Thomas Milone is the MVP.

Weston’s Joe Lato is the coach of the year.

Lots of hard choices to make at the end as the Hearst CT sports staff wrestled with trying to get some of their favorites a spot.

Since we decided against making a second team, a lot of good players — some all-staters — were ultimately left off.

In the end, we believe this is a solid representation of the best players in Shangri-La.

Quick programming note, our coverage area has shrunk over the last few years. Players are eligible from the FCIAC and the SWC, Ansonia, Seymour, Derby, Shelton, Amity, Foran, Law, Abbott Tech, Bullard-Havens and Platt Tech. Fringe schools who were once part of our coverage area, but never call in their box scores have been cut off.

Click on the individual photos to zoom in.


Position Players


Sean Patrick Bowley

9 Responses

  1. SJ Alum says:

    finally milone is gone. With a new coach, who steps us for Masuk next year?

  2. Danny says:

    A lack of representation from Hand says something… best coached team in the state. Everybody on that team plays for eachother, not for the highlight reel.

  3. @Danny – WAYYYY out of our coverage area, brutha.

  4. BHS Fan says:

    Well-considered picks. Coach Lato was an excellent selection as Coach of the Year. Also like the expanded number of All Purpose players on the team.

  5. rt says:

    Isnt Arkeel Newsome like 25 years old.

  6. mr Fciac says:

    coach of the year Marce P from Staples its much harder to stay consistant then be a one hit wonder

  7. CREED says:

    In no way shape or form is Joe Lato a one hit wonder. This was a progression just look at the past. He took a team from barely winning to winning to playoffs. IT’s a sign of things to come, not a one hit wonder.

  8. Merlin says:

    ^barlow student

  9. notfromridgefield says:

    If Weston can keep Coach Lato, they will continue to be respectable and will compete.