High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
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]
Hearst Connecticut Media’s sports staff rates the top regional high school football programs (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. NEW CANAAN (37 points, 3 first-place votes) (6-0 record): Rams face their sternest test of the season Saturday at St. Joseph in FCIAC championship rematch. 2. DARIEN (36, 1) (7-0): After winning at Tiger Hollow, Blue Wave […] [Read More]
WHAT’S HOT SMITH SURGING: As Colton Smith goes, so goes Fairfield Prep. Last Friday, in a game Prep needed to have, Smith racked up a ridiculous 563 total yards. Smith passed for three touchdowns and rushed for two more scores as the Jesuits (5-2) beat Cheshire 51-28 to stay in the thick of the Class LL […] [Read More]
Offense Colton Smith, Fairfield Prep: A remarkable 563 yards of total offense in 51-28 domolition of previously unbeaten Cheshire. 12-of-24 passes for 342 yards and 3 TDs nad 221 yards rushing and a TD on 24 carries. Mark Piccirillo Shelton: Senior QBPiccirillo rushed for 217 yards and 2 TDs in a 33-20 win over Hand. […] [Read More]
St. Joseph dominated Trinity Saturday, winning 43-8. Lars Pedersen scored four touchdowns for the Cadets. [Read More]
A winner of two straight and three of four, Danbury (5-2) is in the thick of the Class LL playoff race. After edging Harding 35-28 on Saturday at Hedges Field, the Hatters sit 10th in the LL standings with four games left. “This is a big win,”running back/linebacker Eric Henry said. “Any win is great. […] [Read More]
Senior quarterback Mark Piccirillo rushed for 217 yards and two touchdowns to lead unbeaten Shelton past Hand 33-20 at the Surf Club on Friday. “That’s unbelievable,” Piccirillo said of Shelton’s 7-0 start to the season. “I can’t get over the way that game just finished. We’ll celebrate tonight and move on to next week.” Down 14-7 entering […] [Read More]