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CIAC FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

Quarterfinals, 6:30

TUESDAY DEC. 3

 

CLASS LL

 

No. 8 Ridgefield 9-2 at No. 1 Newtown 11-0

No. 7 Fairfield Prep 9-2 at No. 2 Glastonbury 10-1

No. 6 West Haven 9-2 at No. 3 Hall 9-1

No. 5 NFA 8-2 at No. 4 Southington 9-1

Which team will win Class LL state championship?

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CLASS  L

 

No. 8 Hand 8-3 at No. 1 Darien 10-1

No. 7 North Haven 9-2 at No. 2 Platt 11-0

No. 6 Farmington 9-2 at No. 3 New Canaan 10-1

No. 5 New London 9-2 at No. 4 Middletown 10-1

Which team will win Class L state championship?

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CLASS M

 

No. 8 Quinebaug Valley 9-2 at No. 1 Valley Regional/Old Lyme 11-0

No. 7 Ledyard 9-2 at No. 2 St. Joseph 10-1

No. 6 Gilbert/Northwest Regional 9-2 at No. 3 Barlow 9-2

No. 5 Brookfield 9-2 at No. 4 Bethel 9-2

Which team will win Class M state championship?

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CLASS S

Ansonia's Arkeel Newsome carries the ball on his way to a touchdown during the NVL football championship game against Woodland Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury, Conn. (Autumn Driscoll/Staff photographer)

Ansonia’s Arkeel Newsome carries the ball on his way to a touchdown during the NVL football championship game against Woodland Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013 at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury, Conn. (Autumn Driscoll/Staff photographer)

 

No. 8 Bloomfield 9-2 at No. 1 Capital Prep 11-0

No. 7 Coginchaug 9-2 at No. 2 Ansonia 11-0

No. 6 Prince Tech 9-2 vs. No. 3 Rocky Hill 10-1

No. 5 Morgan 10-1 vs. No. 4 Woodland 9-2

Which team will win Class S state championship?

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Sites and times become official Friday morning. In  Class S, the final seedings depend on the Woodland at Seymour game Friday morning; if Woodland wins, it is No. 4; if Woodland loses, it could drop to No. 6).

Paul Devlin

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4 Responses

  1. Bob woodbridge says:

    The only team that looks like a lock is Ansonia – presumes Newsome doesn’t get injured. In the other three classes there’s no dominant team that’s a guarantee. I can see two or three different teams in these classes winning it all. If I had to pick I’d say Glastonbury, Darien and St. Joseph.

  2. Robert says:

    Class LL
    Quaterfinals:
    Newtown over Ridgefield
    Prep over Glastonbury
    West Haven over Hall
    Southington over NFA

    Semifinals:
    Newtown over Southington
    Prep over West Haven

    Finals:
    Prep over Newtown

    Class L
    Quaterfinals:
    Darien over Hand
    North Haven over Platt
    New Canaan over Farmington
    Middletown over New London

    Semifinals:
    Darien over Middletown
    New Canaan over North Haven

    Finals:
    New Canaan over Darien

    Class M
    Quarterfinals;
    Valley Regional/Old Lyme over Quinebaug Valley
    St. Joes over Ledyard
    Barlow over Gilbert/NW Regional
    Bethel over Brookfield

    Semifinals:
    Bethel over Valley Regional/Old Lyme
    St. Joes over Barlow

    Finals:
    St. Joes over Bethel

    Class S
    Quaterfinals:
    Capital Prep over Bloomfield
    Ansonia over Coginchaug
    Rocky Hill over Prince Tech
    Woodland over Morgan

    Semifinals:
    Woodland over Capital Prep
    Ansonia over Rocky Hill

    Finals:
    Ansonia over Woodland

  3. swcinsider says:

    Robert stick to you day job

  4. FCIAC fan says:

    @swcinsider
    You are the voice of reason on this comment thread and all the rest of them. Thanks for saying what everyone is thinking!

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