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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
Categories: Connecticut , CSC , FCIAC , High School Football , NVL

Brookfield captures Class M-Large championship by blanking Berlin

The Class M-Large championship belongs to Brookfield, which pitched a 14-0 shutout against Berlin Thursday evening at New Britain’s Willowbrook Park.   Brookfield defense There’s really nowhere
Categories: CIAC, State Playoffs, SWC

Xavier edges Newtown for a return trip to Class LL final

Locked in a tight game late in the fourth quarter of its 13-7 win over Newtown in the Class LL-Small Division semifinals, Xavier coach Sean Marinan faced a crucial decision. The Falcons led 13-7 in

Brookfield heads into Class M tournament with win over Bethel

Brookfield pounded the rock to pick up a 30-13 win over Bethel, its first Thanksgiving win over the Wildcats since 2010. Three-headed monster Bobby Drysdale, Austin Reich and Dan Jackson were all key
Categories: SWC

Newtown closes out undefeated regular season with win over Masuk

Newtown earned its third straight perfect regular season by scoring the final 28 points of its 28-7 victory over visiting Masuk Tuesday night. Dunn to Dunn Newtown’s offense seemingly didn’t miss a
Categories: SWC

Newtown dominates Brookfield for SWC three-peat

Nicholas Rubino scored a trio of touchdowns as Newtown captured its third straight SWC championship, shutting out Brookfield 42-0. Pitching a shutout Newtown’s defense not only kept Brookfield off the
Categories: SWC

Guide to the Games: Week 11

THURSDAY SWC Championship Newtown (10-0) vs. Brookfield (9-1) 7 p.m. (at Pomperaug High): Nighthawks are bidding for third straight conference title, including two in a row over Brookfield. CSC Platt
Matt Cognetta and the New Canaan Rams are No. 1 in the Elite 8.

Elite 8: Week 11

Hearst Connecticut Media ranks the region’s top high school football programs: 1. NEW CANAAN (68 points, 5 first-place votes) (9-0): Rams rolling into FCIAC championship game. 2. DARIEN (65, 3)
Categories: Elite 8 , FCIAC , High School Football , NVL , SCC

Bunnell races past Bethel

Bunnell quarterback Adam Wojenski had quite the evening, throwing six touchdown passes to lead his team to a 53-34 victory over visiting Bunnell, the Bulldogs’ fourth win in their last five games.
Categories: SWC

Guide to the Games: Week 10

FRIDAY FCIAC By Scott Ericson Wilton (3-6) at Ridgefield (1-8) 6 p.m.: The Warriors have not beaten their rivals in 19 years. Ludlowe (4-5) at Stamford (5-4) 6 p.m.: Black Knights looking to get back