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Week 5 wrapup

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Bassick's Julian Fyffe, right, celebrates in the endzone after a touchdown by teammate Shavonne Brammwell. Christian Abraham/Photo

Bassick’s Julian Fyffe, right, celebrates in the endzone after a touchdown by teammate Shavonne Brammwell.
Christian Abraham/Photo

Week 5 in Connecticut High School football had some lopsided wins and some surprises.

Here are the games Hearst Connecticut Newspapers covered with links

THURSDAY

FCIAC

Bassick 34 Central 12

First win for Lions over Central since 1990.

FRIDAY

FCIAC

Ridgefield 48 Stamford 22

The Tigers got back on track after loss last week, Black Knights are winless.

Darien 31 Warde 6

Griffin Ross had a night and the Wave got back to winning.

Staples 52 Ludlowe 20

The Wreckers are rolling, tough loss for an improved Ludlowe team.

Jose Melo heads to the endzone for Greenwich. Lindsay Perry/ Photo

Jose Melo heads to the endzone for Greenwich.
Lindsay Perry/ Photo

Greenwich 49 Norwalk  0

Austin Longi ran wild and the Cardinals dominated.

NVL

Ansonia 62 Derby 28

Arkeel Newsome ran for317 yards and 5 touchdowns. Not bad.

SCC

Shelton 38 Fairfield Prep  28

Prep handed the Gaels their first loss and made their case for state’s top 10.

SWC

Newtown 56 New Milford 13

Newtown played a close one last week, not this week and are now 5-0.

Bethel 41 Bunnell 14

Bethel scored 34 straight in this one but may have lost their starting QB.

 Barlow's Jarrett Gray celebrates a defensive play. Tyler Sizemore/Photo

Barlow’s Jarrett Gray celebrates a defensive play.
Tyler Sizemore/Photo

Joel Barlow 45 New Fairfield 21

Barlow moved to 4-1 in quest to win SWC.

SATURDAY

FCIAC

McMahon 41 Harding 13

The Senators are 5-0 for first time since 1994.

Trumbull 49 Westhil 16

Nick Roberts threw 6 touchdowns and for 362 yards in the first half.

New Canaan 49 Danbury 7

The Rams remain unbeaten, winning their homecoming game.

SWC

Weston 62 Notre Dame-Fairfield 32

Peter Lummis scored four times as Weston cruised.

Regional

Foran 42 Trinity Catholic 14

Foran moved above .500 while the Crusaders are still searching for win No. 1

Scott Ericson

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