CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY LIVE BLOG: The final finals kick off under storm threat (LL ppd)

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UPDATE: St. Joseph wins Class M championship

UPDATE: The Class LL championship has been postponed to Sunday at 3 p.m. at West Haven. 

A snowy GAME ON for the Class M and Class L championship games.


ANSONIA is your 2013 Class S champion.

Arkeel Newsome scored four touchdowns and rode off into the sunset as the owner of six all-time Connecticut football records as the Chargers won their 19th title and third straight. They’re also the first Connecticut team to go 15-0.

But we have so much more in store for you today. As Ansonia sits back and relaxes today with the first state championship trophy, three more finalists will kick off, two within an hour of each other.

At 10 a.m., St. Joseph takes on Brookfield at Arute Field on the campus of Central Connecticut State. You can watch that game live on MSG Varsity or listen to it at WELI 960-AM.

At 11 a.m., New Canaan and Darien will engage in the backyard brawl in Stamford for the Class L title. you can watch that live on MSG Varsity or listen on Hersam-Acorn radio.

FAIRFIELD PREP-SOUTHINGTON PPD UNTIL SUNDAY, at West Haven, 3 p.m. Subject to change.



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  1. ciacfollower says

    in ’76, the inaugural year of CIAC, my dad took me to go see Hand play St Paul in the championship, which I think was in East Haven (correct me if I’m wrong). Which I DO remember clearly were the snow conditions like today…& Hand upsetting St Paul in a 29-0 shut-out.

  2. bgarf says

    weathermen on every channel are saying no more than 2 inches by 5:00 pm so should be fine for football…unlike that Detroit-Philly game which was fun to watch but obv limiting

  3. PapaDags says

    Weathermen actually got that prediction right on the money-wonder if the people in Stamford area heard that or will come up with some lame excuse for not going to Boyle after CRYING all week long-I’ll bet I’m right again.

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