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Longi, Greenwich run past Danbury

How spectacular has Greenwich High School junior running back Austin Longi been the past five games? Danbury High School coach Dan Donovan said he would have settled for Longi scoring four touchdowns

Elite 8: New Canaan, Ansonia, Newtown on top; Brookfield breaks through

Hearst Connecticut’s sports staff rates the top regional high school football programs (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. NEW CANAAN (10-0) (9): Rams roll to 52-3 win over Trinity Catholic minus

Bobby Drysdale: The next big thing?

Nine games doesn’t make a career, but it can help cement a reputation. Bobby Drysdale of Brookfield High School  has quickly made a name for himself, rushing for 1,518 yards and 22 touchdowns. “We

Week 10 Guide to the Games

THURSDAY   NVL | By Doug Bonjour Crosby (1-8) at Ansonia (9-0), 6: Chargers escaped major scare from Seymour last week. Don’t expect much drama in this one.   FRIDAY   FCIAC | By Scott Ericson

St. Joseph and McMahon to lock horns

  St. Joseph (8-1) comes to Norwalk Friday night with a chance to secure a spot in the FCIAC championship game and another crack at No. 1 New Canaan. Host McMahon (8-1) still has an inside track

Darien a win away from playoff berth

Darien stayed in control of its own state playoff destiny as it took to the road Saturday to deal Harding a 47-23 defeat. As a result, a win against fellow 8-1 North Haven on Friday would send the

FCIAC playoff picture

Here are the updated rankings/points for the FCIAC contenders. I am a writer by trade and pretty terrible at math but let’s take a crack at this points thing. In this regard, can’t wait for basketball

Ridgefield climbs closer to a state tournament berth

As expected, the Ridgefield football team climbed significantly in the Class LL state playoff rankings following its 44-7 domination of previously unbeaten McMahon on Friday night. The Tigers entered

Greenwich downs Westhill for 3rd straight win

Greenwich celebrated its Senior Night with a resounding 40-7 win over Westhill Friday night at Cardinal Stadium. The Cardinals, who have dominated the head-to-head series for years, used a strong

Elite 8: New Canaan No. 1, Newtown climbs to No. 3

  Hearst Connecticut’s sports staff rates the top regional high school football programs (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. New Canaan (9-0) (8 first-place votes): Rams’ impressive resume