High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
THURSDAY SWC Championship Newtown (10-0) vs. Brookfield (9-1) 7 p.m. (at Pomperaug High): Nighthawks are bidding for third straight conference title, including two in a row over Brookfield. CSC Platt Tech (2-6) at Prince Tech (7-2) 2 p.m.: Panthers — losers of three of their last four — will need a strong effort to curb […] [Read More]
Hearst Connecticut Media ranks the region’s top high school football programs: 1. NEW CANAAN (68 points, 5 first-place votes) (9-0): Rams rolling into FCIAC championship game. 2. DARIEN (65, 3) (10-0): Blue Wave wiped out North Haven, looking to stay unbeaten against rival Rams next. 3. NEWTOWN (53, 1) (10-0): SWC final rematch with Brookfield […] [Read More]
WHAT’S HOT SOARING BACK INTO THE RACE: After losing three games to start the season, Greenwich looked like an extreme longshot to make the playoffs. However, with the help of a seven-game win streak and the sudden parity in Class LL, the Cardinals’ odds are now alive and well. The Cardinals (7-3) are currently sitting […] [Read More]
Offfense Mark Piccirillo, Shelton: QB rushed 31 times for 141 yards and 2 TDs in 38-28 defeat of West Haven. Piccirillo also passed for 226 yards and two scores.Teammate Peter Hoff ran for 65 yards and 1 TD and caught a 30-yard pass for another score. Stephen Longley, Foran: Rushed for 148 yards and 3 […] [Read More]
Mufasha Abdul-Basir and Lars Pedersen each scored a pair of touchdowns as St. Joseph topped McMahon 33-17. St. Joseph goes to the Class M state tournament if it can pick up a win against Trumbull on Nov. 26. Four-for-four Excluding their final drive in which the Cadets eventually knelt on the ball to run out […] [Read More]
The two teams have been on a collision course all season and now the top two teams in the FCIAC will face each other once again for the FCIAC championship. The state’s No. 2 New Canaan and No. 3 Darien will meet Thanksgiving morning at Boyle Stadium at 10 a.m. for the FCIAC title with […] [Read More]
With New Fairfield now safely in its rear-view mirror, the Newtown High School football team can now start looking ahead to – and preparing for – its clash with rival Brookfield in the South-West Conference title game. Just like last year, border-rivals Newtown and Brookfield will meet in the conference title game. This year’s game […] [Read More]