Week two was a lot to live up to and week 3 did not come close to matching the drama produced the previous week with most of highly anticipated matchups turning into blowouts.
Here are the games covered by Hearst Connecticut Newspapers with links to the stories.
The Presidents were an onside kick away from getting the ball back with a chance to tie or take the lead but instead it was the Bears moving to 2-1.
Darien rolled, as expected, over the Lions to go to 3-0. A matchup with St. Joseph looms next week.
Warde ended a 8-game losing streak that nearly lasted a calendar year, holding on late to defeat the Crusaders.
Hey, Ludlowe is 2-1 and faces 2-1 Harding next Saturday. That game is suddenly very interesting.
Eagles have now won two straight after getting smoked in season opener. Stamford, well, they get Staples next.
Shelton is 3-0 for the first time since 2008 as its offense was on fire vs Amity.
Joe Ganim had 10 carries for 154 yards and three touchdowns and Colton Smith added a pair of rushing scores for the Jesuits.
Pomperaug used a dominant third quarter to pick up its first win of the season.
Zachery Farrell carried the ball 15 times for 240 yards and three touchdowns as Bethel pounded previously unbeaten New Fairfield.
The Panthers went to the air to defeat the Bulldogs.
Newtown shut down any hopes Brookfield had of an upset pretty quick.
The Wreckers and Jack Massie scored 28 in the first quarter and never looked back.
The Senators used two quick big plays to knock off Danbury in the Hatters’ homecoming game.
Jordan Vazzano had a huge day, throwing for 331 yards and three scores as St. Joseph crushed the Tigers.
The Rams pounded another top team to show why they should be the No. 1 ranked team in the state.
This one was never close, Bassick up next for the Warriors.
The Bruins won in a shootout a week after losing a shootout. If you like offense, look no further than Brunswick and the Erickson League.