Thanksgiving Day Football 2013: Live Update Blog REPLAY!

Jason Thompson runs the ball for Shelton earlier this year. The Gaels take on Derby in the 103rd meeting of the Valley rivals. Thompson, who injured his shoulder vs. Xavier, could play

Jason Thompson runs the ball for Shelton earlier this year. The Gaels take on Derby in the 103rd meeting of the Valley rivals. Thompson, who injured his shoulder vs. Xavier, could play

UPDATE: Thanksgiving is over. Thanks for hanging with us at GameTimeCT. Click the live blog below to see a replay of all the Twitter chatter during the games.

ORIGINAL POST:

Welcome to High School Football Thanksgiving Day Central: Thursday edition. TURKEYHappy Thanksgiving and what can we tell you this morning?

About last night…

Today

Here’s where you’ll get everything you need to know for surrounding Thanksgiving football week. Don’t go anywhere else because, we’ll be updating and giving you information all day starting with the state playoff pairings when they’re finalized at approximately 1:15 p.m.

radiologoON THE AIR

"The Coach" George DeMaio of WELI 960-AM will broadcast scoring updates tonight.

“The Coach” George DeMaio of WELI 960-AM will broadcast North Haven vs. Amity.

“The Coach” George DeMaio’s Thanksgiving Extravaganza: In what’s become an annual Thanksgiving  tradition, “The Coach” George DeMaio will be talking football and getting scores from everywhere during his Can’t miss annual Thanksgiving football live from  NORTH HAVEN at AMITY, 10 a.m. Other Broadcasts:

THE LIVE BLOG

Follow ALL the happenings on Thanksgiving HERE as you listen to all that fine programming. Add comments, give us your thoughts, etc. Score list below blog. Please refresh for latest scores. 

Southington 38, Cheshire 6 (Final)

Fairfield Prep 29, West Haven 20 (Final)

Sheehan 54, Lyman Hall 7 (Final)

North Haven 41, Amity 14 (Final)

Notre Dame West Haven 43, Hamden 7 (Final)

Hillhouse 21, Wilbur Cross 19 (Final)

Foran 50, Law 7 (Final)

East Haven 21, Branford 0 (Final)

Shelton 56, Derby 20 (Final)

Warde 44, Ludlowe 21 (Final)

Greenwich 27, Staples 7 (Final)

Wilton 26, Trinity Catholic 7 (Final)

Darien 28, New Canaan 24 (Final)

St. Joseph 61, Trumbull 26 (Final)

McMahon 35, Norwalk 14 (Final)

Central 28, Harding 20 (Final)

Westhill 40, Stamford 0 (Final, game called)

Bethel 20, Brookfield 0 (Final)

Barlow 46, Weston 14 (Final)

Bunnell 12, Stratford 10 ( Final)

Torrington 24, Watertown 6 (Final)

Ansonia 66, Naugatuck 28 (Final)

Holy Cross 39, Wolcott 38 (Final)

Kennedy 30, Crosby 28 (Final)

Gilbert-Northwestern 27, Housatonic-Wamogo 22 (Final)

Nonnewaug 13, Lewis Mills 0 (Final)

Coginchaug 35, Cromwell 6 (Final)

Platt 28, Maloney 8 (Final)

Rocky Hill 21, Northwest Catholic 6 (Final)

Ledyard 49, Fitch 19  (Final)

Stonington 33, Westerly 28  (Final)

New London 9, NFA 7 (Final)

EO Smith 29, Tolland 13 (3rd quarter)

Hartford Public 20, Weaver 0 (Final)

South Windsor 39, Rockville 0 (Final)

Bristol Eastern 21, Bristol Central 18 (Final)

Comments

  1. Sean Barker says

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy your football today. We’ll be updating scores and monitoring comments today. We appreciate you being a part of our football community this year and adding so much to the conversation. We openly admit we find some of your comments amusing and appreciate the good-natured banter between fans of different leagues. But please remember today this is about the fans and the players. Don’t cross the line. Keep it classy. Now let’s play some football!

  2. rough breaks says

    tough luck for McMahon, Bristol Eastern, and Naugatuck. 9-2 seasons not enough to qualify. Especially tough for BE, who I’m sure feel like they deserve a spot over 8-3 Hand.

  3. ROY BRAWN says

    Yeah too bad for Bristol and Naugatuck. Take a lesson from Platt, if you schedule patsies you must win them all to get into the playoffs and have everyone think you are a top ten team.

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