High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
No, this is the tile of some 1950s B-movie horror flick — though this could turn some of our Week 9 football games into cheap imitations of their typical selves, or scare a fair share of ADs away. This is the name of the perfect storm that’s spiraling up the coast, mixing the low from Read More
FRIDAY VISITOR HOME TIME SKINNY Sheehan (3-4) Hillhouse (4-4) 2 Academics would love a winning season Darien (6-2) Norwalk (2-6) 6 Gotta win to make Turkey Bowl mean more New Canaan (8-0) Central (7-1) 6 New Canaan’s not No. 1 for nothing, Central Ridgefield (7-1) Wilton (2-6) 6 Win and pray, Tigers. Win and pray. Read More
Ding! Ding! The Trolley is here, so hop-aboard and let’s see how the 2009 state playoff races are looking in Sean’s (ok, and Steve Filippone‘s … but I thought of it first) Connecticut Playoff Neighborhood of Make Believe. All aboard! Let’s go! (insert trolley music here) 2009 MAKE BELIEVE CIAC FOOTBALL PLAYOFF POINTS (as imagined Read More
Masuk football coach John Murphy said Wednesday that he’s on board with playing the SWC championship game at Pomperaug next week. His reason: SWC championships should be played at SWC venues, regardless if if gives one participant a home game. “I’m all for it, in fact, I was one of the first people to suggest Read More
Join myself and Advocate of Stamford writer Dave Ruden for another round of high school football discussion for Week 9, on this Veterans Day eve at 8:30 p.m. Just click the window below and you cal follow along. High School Football Live Chat (Week 9)
Just a quick announcement: There will be much, much, much more on this space to sift through in the coming days. The first part of the highlights of New Canaan-Greenwich; Second-half highlights of Barlow-Pomperaug and interviews with the Pomperaug players about the last week of the season. We’ll have more playoff musings (good news for Read More
Here are all the major polls for Week 8, brought to you by our friends at other newspapers who want to waste their time doing this stuff. Considering the day I’ve had, I’m so glad I don’t have to chase down delinquent voters (like myself this week — whoops) and put together a poll. Anyway, Read More