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From left to right: Ansonia's Tajik Bagley, New Canaan's Kyle Smith and Bunnell's Adam Wojenski are three of the top returning players in the region. (Photo Illustration by Chris McNamee / Hearst Connecticut Media)

High School Football 2015: Everything you need to know

As we approach the 2015 high school football season, here is a list of links to everything you need to know. We’ll update this list as we move forward. 10 Players to Watch Quarterbacks: In football, a
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Video: Shelton-Westhill joint practice

Shelton came down to Stamford Saturday morning for a joint practice with Westhill. The teams went at each other in special teams, one-on-one drills, offense vs defense, goal line and red zone in the
Brookfield's Bobby Drysdale, left, announced his plans to play college football at Harvard (File Photo).

Brookfield’s Drysdale chooses Harvard

School’s out, and the official start of the high school football season is still over two months away, but Bobby Drysdale has been plenty busy of late. In fact, Drysdale, a two-way starter on
Darien and New Canaan have played the last two years in the state finals. They won't meet for a title this fall (File Photo).

A Darien-New Canaan state final in 2015? Don’t count on it

One of the state’s most intense rivalries will be scaled back next season — sort of. The CIAC announced the breakdown of its new divisions for the upcoming season — remember, we’re back to four

FCIAC retains championship game, Thanksgiving rivalries

The FCIAC has reached a compromise. In the ongoing power struggle between the league and a fraction of its coaches over the football schedule, executive secretary John Kuczo announced Friday that the

FCIAC announces big plans to keep championship game

Change is coming to the FCIAC — at least, on the gridiron. The league announced plans Wednesday afternoon to dramatically alter its football schedule for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years. The

Mignone tabbed as Bunnell’s head coach

With Doug Cotto’s job in flux last October, Sean Mignone, an assistant for Bunnell’s football team, stepped up to take a larger role with the Bulldogs. He helped lead the Bulldogs to four wins over

ND-Fairfield hires St. Joseph assistant as new head coach

Notre Dame-Fairfield hired Chris Sadler to be its new football coach, the school announced Wednesday in a release. Sadler spent the last 10 years as an assistant coach, and the last six as defensive

Gordon steps down after two seasons at Central

Right before the start of the school year, Brian Gordon was named assistant principal at Central High. He stayed on as the school’s football coach through the fall, but juggling both responsibilities

Greenwich’s Scooter Harrington commits to Boston College

Greenwich High School junior Scooter Harrington announced Saturday that he has decided to play football at Boston College. Harrington, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound tight end/defensive end, made his