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New Canaan moves onward

With another dominating defensive performance, the New Canaan football team moved on to the Class L final with a 17-0 win over North Haven at Law High School Saturday afternoon. It was the second
New Canaan's Zachary Allen (# 44) pressures Farmington quarterback Jeremy Buck.
Photo/Bob Luckey

New Canaan back in form

I thought Farmington could hang with New Canaan. I was wrong. The Indians had no chance in this game and that was apparent from the opening kickoff. The Rams picked off Farmington on the third play of

New Canaan wins 8th FCIAC crown

It was not easy, mostly by their own doing, but the No. 1 New Canaan Rams defeated St. Joseph 31-20, claiming their 8th FCIAC Championship. The Rams could have pulled away sooner but twice fumbled

Week 10 wrapup

Lots of games this week with postseason implications. Most of them lived up to the hype and were very good games. Here are the games covered by Hearst Connecticut Newspapers with links to the stories.

Darien brings win home from North Haven

It looked like the grinding offense of North Haven was going to out muscle Darien as the Indians took a 20-9 lead after a touchdown run by bruising back Ethan Suraci but an 84-yard kickoff return by

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 ┬áhas quickly made a name for himself, rushing for 1,518 yards and 22 touchdowns. “We
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Week 9 wrapup

The two top teams in the state were tested this week but stayed unbeaten while others kept playoff hopes alive with wins. Here are the games Hearst Connecticut Newspapers covered with links to

Week 8 wrapup

New Canaan made a huge statement, Staples jumped back into the FCIAC Championship conversation and Harding and Stamford took big steps toward City titles. Here are the games covered by Hearst

New Canaan state’s new number 1

After throttling No. 3 St. Joseph 62-21 the New Canaan Rams are the new No. 1 team in the state in both the Game Time CT Media and the Day Coaches Polls. The Rams leapfrogged Ansonia, who also won

Rams roll over St. Joseph

Most reporters on the sideline were thinking that unless St. Joseph could create turnovers, New Canaan would beat them by around 14 points. Boy were we wrong. The Rams created 4 turnovers and never