High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
The sports editorial staff has decided to publish our all-star football team on New Years day. We want to do it right, over all the Hearst Connecticut Newspapers, so we felt this was the perfect time. The team is selected and we’re in the process of putting it together. Thanks in advance for your patience. […] [Read More]
Here was the situation: Since I’m no long the regular beat writer for the Connecticut Post, just a sports web producer and commentator, I have the pick of the litter on where I spend a my basketball nights. So, where to go Stamford at Bassick or Trinity Catholic at Central. I wasn’t overly impressed with […] [Read More]
Welcome to the winter edition of the live scoring blog. Tonight’s featured games are huge in the FCIAC boys basketball race: Trinity Catholic (2-0) travels to Reilly Gym to face Central. Defending champ Stamford comes to Bassick. Follow our correspondents Twitter updates from those games, plus many more in boys basketball, girls basketball and elsewhere. […] [Read More]
Here are the CSWA boys and girls basketball polls brought to you by the Connectcut Sports Writers Alliance. We’ll be running these polls exclusively throughout the season on this space (which will be picking up big time after the holidays, promise!) And it looks like all Hillhouse, all the time. I really haven’t examined the girls […] [Read More]
With 2010 and a brand-new decade just weeks around the corner, everybody and their grandmother have started to get out their top 10 lists of the decade. I’m seeing it everywhere in the media, in newspapers, in magazines, heck even The Daily Show with Jon Stewart published a montage of their stories from the last […] [Read More]
Behold, your 2009 Connecticut High School Coaches Association Football All-State Teams. These are the real McCoys, folks. Thanks to Ned from The Day of New London for furnishing these babies. It’s an annual pain trying to find them for media consumption, which, frankly, should be the first order of business when releasing these teams. Anyway, […] [Read More]
Derby announced a head coaching vacancy for its football program today on the CIAC website, ending the tenure of Carmen DiCenso who had presided over the program since 2004. DiCenso was 20-41 at Derby, which became a co-op with O’Brien Tech in 2007. DiCenso was one of the school’s most outspoken critics of its membership […] [Read More]