High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
The weekend’s over so lets take a look at the Player of the week from last week, but first, a few things that caught my eye from the weekend. Good eye Can I borrow a field? –St. Joseph and Westhill did end in a tie on Sunday. The two teams played to a 7-7 tie at […] [Read More]
Don’t look now but, I think another run just scored. Yesterday was not a good day for pitchers as numerous teams scored double-digit runs. However in Cooperstown, neither St. Joseph nor Westhill could get enough to avoid kissing their sisters, well sort of. Here’s what caught my eye. Good eye Plated –There were 17 games […] [Read More]
Notre Dame-Fairfield was caught in another close game, St. Joseph was caught in a unfamiliar position and a Shelton player did something that had only been done twice in the last 12 years. Don’t get caught napping, here’s what caught my eye. Good Eye Third times the charm – Shelton’s Eric Christensen became the third […] [Read More]
Monday had a fair share of close games and good matchups. Foran and Law had a rematch of the 2009 SCC championship, ND-West Haven traveled to Fairfield to take on Prep and Ludlowe brought the lumber to Darien. Yeah, I know its Wednsday but, look! Here’s what caught my eye. Good eye Deja vu –Law […] [Read More]
Took a trip with former Trumbull coach and St. Luke’s assistant Jerry McDougall to Cromwell for the unveiling of the rosters for the Connecticut-Rhode Island Governor’s Cup All-Star football game, which will be played June 26 at Rentschler Field in East Hartford (7 p.m.) It’s pretty good list, considering the usual spate of big-time college […] [Read More]
Last week is over and done with so lets take a look at who had the best performance, or performances, from the last seven days. The Touch ‘Em All Player of the week is…. drumroll please. Tie Julian Sobin, Ansonia –Hit two homers in three games last week. David Speer, Staples –Struck out 15 in a […] [Read More]
Friday’s in the books and a few teams marked one in the win column. Would winless Trumbull be one of those teams? Could Staples keep its perfect start umblemished against Westhill? Don’t close the book just yet, here’s what caught my eye. Good eye Ken-I-rake – ND-West Haven’s Conor Keniry kept the Green Knights perfect with […] [Read More]