The voting is now open to crown the Overtime High School Football Team of the Week award, sponsored by BlueStreak Sports Training, Garden Catering and The Stamford Advocate.
Norwalk was the first winner last week.
The three finalists are: Staples, a 35-6 winner over Norwalk; New Canaan, which defeated Trinity Catholic, 48-8; and Wilton, which upset St. Joseph, 27-14.
The winning team, thanks to BlueStreak and Garden Catering, will receive a trophy and 60 T-Shirts with the award logo on the front in the primary color of the school.
The voting is open until noon on Wednesday and will count for 50 percent. The other half will come from the decision of a committee made up of Sean Patrick Bowley, the online sports producer for Hearst Connecticut Newspapers, Pat Pickens, the sports editor of the Fairfield Citizen-News, and Tim Parry, who runs the FCIAC Football Blog.
If the decision of the voters and the majority of the committee differs, the tie will be settled by The Advocate sports department.
Since almost every high school student and many people are on Facebook, you can also get updates by clicking on this link and “liking” and becoming a fan of the Overtime blog fan page. Every new post on this blog is linked to the page.
So vote below and check back to find out who is the Overtime Football Team of the Week.
Note: Due to technical difficulties, the poll may not show up in the blog post, but if you see a link below, you can click on that to vote.