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Week 6 wrapup

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Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome carries the ball to the endzone for a touchdown.  Photo/Christian Abraham

Ansonia’s Arkeel Newsome carries the ball to the endzone for a touchdown.
Photo/Christian Abraham

Some big time wins for teams, some really high scores and the NVL-SWC Crossover games highlighted a busy week 6.

Here are the games covered by Hearst Connecticut Newspapers with links to all the stories.

THURSDAY

NVL-SWC Crossover

Brookfield 49 Wilby 14

Bobcats opened the NVL-SWC Crossover weekend with a resounding win.

Ansonia 56 Masuk 21

Arkeel Newsome set the state rushing record going for 396 yards and 6 touchdowns.

FRIDAY

FCIAC

McMahon 39 Stamford 6

The Senators improved to 6-0 and are one of two Class LL schools still unbeaten.

Staples 43 Danbury 34

The Wreckers survived a big-time score from the Hatters.

Trumbull's Zach Thompson goes to catch teammate Eric Anderson, after Anderson scores a touchdown. Photo/ Christian Abraham

Trumbull’s Zach Thompson goes to catch teammate Eric Anderson, after Anderson scores a touchdown.
Photo/ Christian Abraham

Trumbull 50 Greenwich 44

Wild night in Trumbull ends with a dramatic victory for the Eagles, who are still unbeaten in the FCIAC.

Westhill 38 Central 14

Vikings blew open the game in the third quarter to pick up their second win.

New Canaan 48 Chicopee (MA) 20

An out of state opponent could not even slow down the Rams.

SCC

 Daniel Hand 35 Fairfield Prep 27

Slow start dooms Jesuits as Hand continues road to redemption.

NVL-SWC Crossover

Naugatuck 39 Bunnell 0

“Bruno Bowl” goes to, well, Bruno.

Bethel 48 Derby 20

Wldcats defense scored early and Bethel rolled over Derby.

Newtown 56 Wolcott 14

The Nighthawks dominated the highly anticipated matchup and remained undefeated.

Woodland's Colby Vaccarelli (25) tackles Pomperaug's Matthew Silverman. Photo/ Tyler Sizemore

Woodland’s Colby Vaccarelli (25) tackles Pomperaug’s Matthew Silverman.
Photo/ Tyler Sizemore

Woodland 42 Pomperaug 13

The No. 2 team in Class S stayed unbeaten, making a case for inclusion in the top 10.

SATURDAY

FCIAC

Ridgefield 43 Harding 0

Coach Cochran was still missing and the Tigers rolled over the Presidents.

Ludlowe 13 Norwalk 6

The Bears controlled the clock but the Falcons found the end zone.

Darien 59 Trinity Catholic 26

The Crusaders started strong but could not contain the Blue Wave.

NVL-SWC Crossover

Holy Cross 37 Weston 7

Weston turned the ball over, a lot, and it cost them against Holy Cross.

Prep

Rye Country Day 21 St. Luke’s 0

RCDS ruined the Storm’s homecoming with the shutout.

Scott Ericson

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