High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
In muddy conditions in Seymour, Bethel put an end to its two-game losing streak by bouncing back with a 17-0 victory. Pitching a shutout It’s been a bit of an up-and-down campaign thus far for Bethel’s defense, but sure tackling and a nose for the football allowed the unit to earn a shutout. “They […] [Read More]
After three straight losses to start the season, the New Milford High football team has breathed new life into its season with three consecutive dominating victories. The Wave’s third straight victory came Thursday night with a 48-8 thrashing of Kennedy in an SWC-NVL crossover game. The Wave (3-3) has combined an explosive offense – which […] [Read More]
FRIDAY CSC | By Doug Bonjour O’Brien Tech (0-5) at Quinebaug Valley (1-4) 6:30 p.m.: Woes continue for Condors, despite production from quarterback Devin Bacchiocchi. FCIAC | By Scott Ericson Bassick (0-5) at St. Joseph (4-1) 3 p.m.: Cadets begin stretch of 5 straight home games. McMahon (4-1) at Stamford (4-1) 6 p.m.: Huge game […] [Read More]
Hearst Connecticut Media ranks the top regional high school football teams: 1. NEW CANAAN (51 points, 4 first-place votes) (5-0): Rams get a week off to prepare for a visit from Staples next week. 2. DARIEN (50, 1) (5-0): If the Blue Wave can get by Trinity, they can all but punch their ticket to […] [Read More]
WHAT’S HOT CLOSING TIME: By edging Fairfield Prep 38-35 on Friday, Shelton stamped itself as a legit contender not only in the SCC, but in Class LL. Understandably, there were questions surrounding the Gaels’ ability to close out tough opponents after last year’s failures, but those concerns were alleviated. With quarterback Mark Piccirillo playing at […] [Read More]