High School Football news, analysis, commentary and features from the reporters of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group.
Some teams just have trouble matching up with certain opponents. That’s been the case with Danbury when it comes playing FCIAC West Division rival Greenwich. The Hatters allowed more than 50 points in losses to the Cardinals the past two seasons and Friday night, Greenwich rolled to a 49-14 win over the Hatters at chilly […] [Read More]
Bunnell quarterback Adam Wojenski had quite the evening, throwing six touchdown passes to lead his team to a 53-34 victory over visiting Bunnell, the Bulldogs’ fourth win in their last five games. Third time’s the charm For Wojenski, the third time was the charm on a key touchdown drive in the first half. On second-and-six […] [Read More]
FRIDAY FCIAC By Scott Ericson Wilton (3-6) at Ridgefield (1-8) 6 p.m.: The Warriors have not beaten their rivals in 19 years. Ludlowe (4-5) at Stamford (5-4) 6 p.m.: Black Knights looking to get back to early-season form and finish above .500. Trumbull (3-6) at Bridgeport Central (2-7) 7 p.m.: Eagles have lost two in […] [Read More]
Connecticut Hearst Media ranks the top regional high school football programs: 1. NEW CANAAN (69 points, 6 first-place votes) (8-0 record): Last time Rams visited Trinity Catholic, New Canaan left with a loss. Crusaders would love to pull off the upset again. 2. DARIEN (64, 2) (9-0): Blue Wave host SCC’s North Haven Saturday. Teams […] [Read More]
Three teams come into play Saturday with perfect league records. Darien (9-0, 8-0 FCIAC); McMahon (7-1, 7-0 FCIAC) and New Canaan (8-0, 7-0 FCIAC) sit atop the standings coming into the final week of play prior to the championship game. Darien is finished with its FCIAC schedule, playing North Haven this weekend, but is also […] [Read More]
WHAT’S HOT CHARGING BACK: Trailing Woodland by 12 points late in the fourth quarter on Friday, NVL juggernaut Ansonia was staring at a loss that would’ve threatened its playoff hopes. Even without Arkeel Newsome, the Chargers have always seemed like a lock to make a deep run in Class S. After Tyler Bailey’s 5-yard touchdown […] [Read More]