Top teams starting to separate themselves now but a few pesky teams still sitting at 4-0 or 3-1 as we round the first bend of the season.
Here are the games Hearst Connecticut Newspapers covered this week with links to stories.
The Rams continue rolling, opening up a 31-0 halftime lead in this one.
The Hatters hung on late to pick up the win and move to .500. Up next, a trip to New Canaan for the Rams’ homecoming Saturday.
Stamford and Cameron Webb stayed with Staples early on but the Wreckers were too much for the winless Knights to handle.
Arkeel Newsome is good at football and the state’s No. 1 ranked team kept on rolling.
Prep scored all its touchdowns on the ground and was never challenged in this one.
Shelton moved to 4-0 and will stay in the top 10 this week.
The Rebels rallied in the second half to move to 3-1.
Bethel’s James Giannone scored on offense, defense and special teams to lead Bethel to league win.
Top 10 Masuk stays unbeaten with tough win on the road.
Newtown stayed unbeaten in wild game with offenses running wild.
The Falcons are 3-1 after holding on to beat Harding, who apparently, only plays close games.
With Darien defense locked in on quarterback, Cadets went to the ground to to remain unbeaten.
The Cardinals got back to winning while the Crusaders continue to search for win No. 1.
It was not pretty but McMahon is 4-0 and has a pretty stout defense.
The Eagles 3-0 in the FCIAC after rolling over the Bears.
Brookfield now 3-1 after lighting up the scoreboard in this one.