Week 10′s high school football results, playoff picture / Week 11 schedule [Updated]

Week 10

PLAYOFF STANDINGS / QUALIFIERS:

CLASS LL

Qualified: Newtown* (10-0), West Haven (9-1), Norwich Free Academy (8-1), Glastonbury (9-1)

CLASS L

Qualified: New Canaan (10-0), Platt (10-0).

CLASS M

Qualified: St. Joseph* (9-1), Brookfield (9-1), Valley Regional/Old Lyme* (10-0)

CLASS S

Qualified: Capital Prep* (10-0), Ansonia (10-0), Woodland (9-1), Prince Tech (9-1), Rocky Hill (9-1).

*Clinched home quarterfinal

RESULTS/STORY LINKS/SCHEDULE

CCC
Berlin 48, E.Catholic 12
Bulkeley 30, Maloney 26
Newington 21, New Britain 6
Rocky Hill 49, Rockville 6
Weaver 45, Tolland 42
Bloomfield 19, Plainville 0
Brist.Cent. 46, Fermi 7
Glastonbury 49, Windsor 21
Manchester 44, Farmington 24
Middletown 31, Simsbury 13
Southington 45, S.Windsor 0
Wethersfield 35, E.Hartford 30

CSC
Capital/Class./Achieve. 41, Cheney Tech 0
Putnam/Tourt./Ellis 40, Bull. Havens 34 (OT)
Platt Tech 36, Whitney Tech 0

ECC

Fitch 33, Bacon Acad. 8
Montville 35, East Lyme 21
New London 40, Waterford 17

FCIAC
Ffld.Ludlowe 42, Stamford 40
Ffld.Warde 43, Bassick 20
New Canaan 52, Trinity Cath. 3
Greenwich 57, Danbury 29
Trumbull 43, Bridg.Central 18
Ridgefield 21, Wilton 13
Staples 48, Norwalk 13
St. Joseph 42, McMahon 35

NVL

Seymour 21, Wilby 6
Naugatuck 45, Kennedy 7
Torrington 50, Sacred Heart 15
Woodland 32, Derby 27

PEQUOT
SMSA/University 30, W. Locks/Suffield/E. Granby 20
Cov./Wind. Tech/Bolton 34, Enfield 33
Coginchaug 48, N.Branford 20
Canton 42, Lewis Mills 16

SCC

Daniel Hand 21, ND-WH 20
Amity 34, Hamden 21
Sheehan 42, East Haven 0
Hillhouse 53, Branford 14
Jonathan Law 40, Lyman Hall 14
Foran 34, Guilford 13
West Haven 35, Shelton 26

SWC
Brookfield 28, Joel Barlow 26
Bethel 43, ND-Ffld 28
Masuk 39, Weston 14
New Milford 41, Stratford 20
New.Fair. 19, Pomperaug 15
Newtown 1, Immaculate 0 Forfeit
Oxford 39, Bunnell 20

SCC-FCIAC Challenge
Darien 36, North Haven 27

SATURDAY, Nov. 16
CCC
Brist.East. 55, E.O. Smith 12
Conard 48, RHAM 27
Platt 48, NW Catholic 8
Hall 18, Hartford Pub. 13

CSC
O’Brien Tech 28, Wolcott Tech 12
Prince Tech 60, Abbott Tech 52
Vinal/E. Hampton 28, Wilcox Tech 20

ECC
Plainfield 34, Woodstock 0
NFA 63, Stonington 35

FCIAC
Westhill 20, Harding 6

NVL BRASS
Wolcott 48, Watertown 23
Holy Cross 49, St.Paul 46

PEQUOT
Valley/Old Lyme 42, Old Saybrook/Westbrook 0
Morgan 48, Hyde 14
Gilbert/NW 27, Nonnewaug 7
Granby 1, Housatonic/Wamogo 0 Forfeit
Avon 44, Cromwell 14

SCC
Wilbur Cross 40, Cheshire 13
Ffld.Prep 46, Xavier 27 

WEEK 11

WEDNESDAY, Nov. 20

NVL CHAMPIONSHIP
Ansonia vs. Woodland at Municipal Stadium, Waterbury, 6 p.m.

OTHERS
Bulkeley at St. Bern./Norw. Tech, 6:30 p.m.

THURSDAY, Nov. 21
SWC CHAMPIONSHIP
Newtown vs. Brookfield, at Brookfield 7 p.m.

ECC
East Lyme at New London, 6:30 p.m.
Killingly at Stonington, 6:30 p.m.
Ledyard at Waterford, 6:30 p.m.

PEQUOT
Canton at Enfield, 7:00 p.m.

OTHERS
Jonathan Law at Plainfield, 6:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, Nov. 22
FCIAC CHAMPIONSHIP
New Canaan vs. St. Joseph at McDougall Stadium, Trumbull, 7:30 p.m.

CCC
Hall at Conard, 6:30 p.m.
Bloomfield at Fermi, 7:00 p.m.

ECC
Bacon Acad. at Windham, 6:30 p.m.

PEQUOT
Cromwell at N.Branford, 6:30 p.m.
Gilbert/NW at Valley/Old Lyme, 6:30 p.m.
Old Saybrook/Westbrook at Stafford/East Windsor, 6:30 p.m.
SMSA/University at Morgan, 6:30 p.m.
Granby at Cov./Wind. Tech/Bolton, 7:00 p.m.

SCC
Branford at Sheehan, 7:00 p.m.

SATURDAY, Nov. 23

CCC
Simsbury at Glastonbury, 6:30 p.m.

CSC
Capital/Class./Achieve. at Prince Tech, 1:00 p.m.

PEQUOT
H-K at Coginchaug, 1:00 p.m.
Nonnewaug at Housatonic/Wamogo, 1:00 p.m.

PEQUOT
Avon at Ell./Somers, 1:30 p.m.
W. Locks/Suffield/E. Granby at Lewis Mills, 2:00 p.m.

TUESDAY, Nov. 26

ECC INTER
St. Bern./Norw. Tech at Montville, 6:30 p.m.

PEQUOT NORTH
Enfield at SMSA/University, 6:00 p.m.

Comments

  1. FCIAC7 says

    Does anybody know why the FCIAC championship game has stayed at Trumbull. I think it was moved from Stamford after the stadium was being rebuilt, but it has stayed at Trumbull. Trumbull’s venue is pretty good it has hosted several playoff games but I think Stamfords atmosphere, history, and larger arena should be the better location. Any insight?

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