High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
Hearst Connecticut Media ranks the top regional high school football programs. 1. NEW CANAAN (7-0) (67 points, 5 first-place votes): Rams made a statement in crushing St. Joseph 41-14 last week. 2. DARIEN (8-0) (66, 3): Blue Wave better rest up against Harding before crucial dates with North Haven and New Canaan. 3. NEWTOWN (8-0) […] [Read More]
WHAT’S HOT SPRINTING TO THE FINISH: Has any team been more impressive the last two weeks than Notre Dame-West Haven, which has beaten Xavier and Cheshire to stay in the Class L hunt? The schedule doesn’t get any easier with games against Wilbur Cross and Hand the next two weeks, but the Green Knights’ (6-2) […] [Read More]
Offense Max German, Law: Rushed for 302 yards and 3 TDs on 36 carries in a 28-27 win over Guilford. Mike Kreiger, Derby: Went 12-of-18 passing for 314 yards, 3 TDs and 1 interception in a 62-44 win over Seymour. Ricky Bartone (123 yards and 3 touchdowns on 24 carries) and Josh Park (3 running […] [Read More]
McMahon beat Ludlowe 27-7 in Norwalk Friday night to stay atop the FCIAC power point standings. [Read More]
In the days leading up to Saturday, New Canaan linebacker Zach Allen met his teammates at 6:30 a.m. for one-hour film sessions. The subject: No. 6 St. Joseph. “We were just preparing for them. When we saw a formation, we knew what was coming,” Allen said following the Rams’ 41-14 win on Saturday. “Our coaches, it’s just […] [Read More]
Derby coach George French had considered the Red Raiders’ special teams a strength, so seeing Seymour return two kicks for touchdowns on Thursday certainly caught his attention. “This was not good,” French said following Derby’s 62-44 win over Seymour. “We had to change some things this game because of some injuries, but we have to go back […] [Read More]
THURSDAY NVL | By Doug Bonjour Seymour (4-2) at Derby (5-1) 6 p.m.: Red Raiders own the NVL’s longest winning streak at four games. They’d be wise to extend that streak with Naugatuck, Wolcott and Shelton still on the schedule. Oxford (0-6) at Sacred Heart/Kaynor (0-7) 6 p.m. (at Municipal Stadium): Coming off a bye, […] [Read More]