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Ansonia, Newsome just keep running

For most of the night the ball belonged to just three Ansonia players. Corey Dzienkiewicz picked it up at center. Once in a while, he sent it back to Tajik Bagley. Most of the time, though, he snapped

Elite 8: Ansonia the new No. 1; Newtown No. 2

Hearst Connecticut’s sports staff rates the top regional high school football programs (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. Ansonia (12-0) (5): No. 1 team in the state is seeded second in Class S

HS Football Playoff Power Poll

  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

Thanksgiving: It’s a wrap

What a great day of football Thanksgiving in Southwest Connecticut turned out to be. From Prep’s comeback win to clinch a playoff berth to Darien’s dramatic win over No. 1 New Canaan to Bethel beating

Newsome sets career-high in Ansonia romp

UConn-bound running back Arkeel Newsome was again unstoppable for No. 2 Ansonia Thursday. In the final regular season game of his career, he rushed for a career-high 406 yards and seven touchdowns on

Bright futures for Piccirillo, Kreiger

Shelton pretty much had its way with Derby Thursday morning, but one position neither team will have to worry about next season is quarterback. Shelton’s Mark Piccirillo, who was the MVP of the Gaels’

The Burning Of The Shoe

The burning of the shoe. Legend has it, Ossie Solem, the head football coach at Springfield College in 1946, gathered his players after the final practice of the season and lit a football cleat on

Thanksgiving Guide to the Games

Tuesday  SWC Oxford 28, Pomperaug 12: Steve Pearson scores two touchdowns as Wolverines exit SWC on a high note. Newtown 42, Masuk 7: Undefeated Nighthawks roll behind 256 yards, 5 TDs from Cooper

HS Football Power Poll


Ansonia wins another NVL title; looks toward ‘new season’

Ansonia notched win No. 39 in a row in a 48-7 rout of Woodland on Wednesday. It notched NVL title No. 3 in a row, as well. Thanks to 222 rushing yards and five touchdowns — four rushing and one