Choate 44, Deerfield Academy 8
WALLINGFORD — Rashaud Conway ran for 132 yards on 11 carries and scored a touchdown and Choate’s defense returned two turnovers for scores in a 44-8 victory in the 100th meeting vs. rival Deerfield Academy Saturday.
The win clinched a fifth-straight unbeaten regular season for the Wild Boars and was the program’s 47th-consecutive win.
Choate rolled up 316 yards of total offense while holding Deerfield to just 182. Sean Dennehey returned an interception for a score for the game’s first touchdown. Xavier file added a fumble recovery touchdown.
Choate’s next game will be for a NEPSAC New England championship on Nov. 17. The opponent will be determined on Sunday.
CHOATE 10 14 14 6 — 44
DEERFIELD 0 0 0 8 — 8
C–Will Powers 25 field goal
C–Sean Dennehey interception return touchdown (Powers kick)
C–Daryan McDonald 4 run (Powers kick)
C–Rashaud Conway 4 run (Powers kick)
C–Xavier File 28 fumble recovery return (Powers kick)
C–Clay Zachery 2 run (pass failed)
D–Griffin Schutz 5 pass from Jack Bill (Schutz run)
NOTRE DAME-Ffld. 20, Bethel 19
BETHEL — Ziair Williams’ touchdown with less than two minutes left to play gave ND-Fairfield its first victory of the season, 20-19, over Bethel in a SWC football game Saturday afternoon.
Trailing 19-13 in the fourth quarter, Williams, a senior linebacker, recovered a fumble and returned it 57 yards to put the Lancers ahead.
Jeremy Reid caught two touchdown passes and Nehemiah Harris rushed for 136 yards to lead Notre Dame’s offense.
Connor Meenan, Morgan Haskett and Nicholas Quinn each scored one touchdown in the loss for the Wildcats (1-8).
ND-FAIRFIELD 0 6 8 6—20
BETHEL 0 13 6 0—19
B—Connor Meenan 8 pass Derek Lewis (kick good)
B—Morgan Haskett 1 run (kick failed)
NDF—Jeremy Reid 17 pass John Fasset (kick failed)
NDF—Reid 23 pass Nehemiah Harris (Jadin Blackwell pass Fasset)
B—Nicholas Quinn 76 return (kick failed)
NDF—Ziair Williams 57 fumble return (pass failed)
Records: ND-Fairfield 1-8, Bethel 1-8.
BULLARD-HAVENS 28, O’BRIEN TECH 22
BRIDGEPORT — Cyrus Cotto threw a pair of second-half touchdowns, including the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter as Bullard-Havens rallied to defeat O’Brien Tech Saturday at Kennedy Stadium.
Edward Holmes ran for 149 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries for the Tigers (9-0), who clinched a Class S playoff berth for the third-consecutive year.
Bullard-Havens trailed 22-14 in the third quarter. But Cristian Pagano caught a 23-yard score and Holmes ran in the 2-point conversion to tie the game.
Bullard-Havens went ahead for good on Cotto’s 55-yard touchdown pass to Barry Jean-Pierre with 10:27 remaining.
Jommar Roc and Jonte Roc combined for 117 yards rushing on 31 carries and two touchdowns. Devon Mero also ran for a score.
O’BRIEN TECH 8 6 8 0 — 22
BULLARD-HAVENS 14 0 8 6 — 28
OT–Devon Mero 20 run (Jommar Roc run)
BH–Edward Holmes 12 run (Holmes run)
BH–Holmes 19 run (2p failed)
OT–Jommar Roc 14 run (2pt failed)
OT–Jonte Roc 1 run (Jonte Roc run)
BH–Cristian Pagano 23 pass from Cyrus Cotto (Holmes run)
BH–Barry Jean-Pierre 55 pass from Cotto (2pt failed)
O’Brien 5-3, Bullard-Havens 9-0
No. 5 ST. JOSEPH 55, McMAHON 6
TRUMBULL — Will Diamantis scored three touchdowns and Jaden Shirden had two as St. Joseph rolled past McMahon with a 27-point second quarter. The Hogs (8-1), who have already clinched a Class M playoff spot, have won six straight.
MCMAHON 0 6 0 0—6
ST. JOSEPH 14 27 7 7—55
SJ—Will Diamantis 26 pass David Summers (Luke Kirby kick)
SJ—Jaden Shirden 1 run (Kirby kick)
SJ—Shirden 6 run (Kirby kick)
SJ—Diamantis 50 pass Summers (kick failed)
M—Malik Goethe 41 pass Patrick Coulter (kick failed)
SJ—Summers 3 run (Kirby kick)
SJ—Diamantis 39 pass Summers (Kirby kick)
SJ—Cole DaSilva fumble recovery (Kirby kick)
SJ—Jack Wallace 29 run (Kirby kick)
Records: McMahon 2-7, St. Joseph 8-1.
WOODLAND 21, OXFORD 7
OXFORD — Edit Krivca scored three times in the first half, including on a 66-yard pass from Tyler Bulinski, and Woodland held Oxford at bay in a scoreless second-half to win its eighth game. The win moved the Hawks closer to a Class S playoff berth.
WOODLAND 7 14 0 0—21
OXFORD 0 7 0 0—7
W—Edit Krivca 2 run (Angelo Kollcinaku kick)
W—Krivca 3 run (Kollcinaku kick)
O—Dylan Batlle 2 run (Sam Martino kick)
W—Krivca 66 pass Tyler Bulinski (Kollcinaku kick)
Records: Woodland 8-1, Oxford 4-5.
Haddam-Killingworth 42 Old Saybrook/Westbrook 12
WESTBROOK — Tobey Callender rushed for 206 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries, and Dalton Modehn scored two touchdowns and rushed for 163 yards on 13 carries in the Pequot Conference win for the Cougars (8-1) over the Rams (4-4). Danny Almada scored both touchdowns for OSW.
HADDAM-KILLINGWORTH 14 6 14 8 — 42
OLD SAYBROOK/WESTBROOK 0 6 0 6 — 12
HK–Callender Tobey 37 run (kick failed)
HK–Zach Kaufman 1 run (Callender Tobey run)
HK–Jordan Callendar 1 (run failed)
OSW–Dan Almada 11 run (kick failed)
HK–Dalton Modehn 24 run (Zach Kaufman run)
HK–Dalton Modehn 14 run (run failed)
HK–Callender Tobey 55 run (Dalton Modehn run)
OSW–Dan Almada 5 pass from Jack McDowell
Haddam-Killingworth (8-1, 8-1); OSW (3-3, 3-3)
Coginchaug/East Hampton/Hale Ray 26, Morgan 18
CLINTON — Mike Slade accounted for three touchdowns and had an interception as Coginchaug Co-Op defeated Morgan Saturday. Slade scored on a 70-yard run, threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Ethan Martin and ran for another score for the Blue Devils (4-5).
Ryan Genest added an interception. JP Nye threw a touchdown pass for Morgan (3-6).
Kingswood Oxford 46, Hyde School 6
KINGSWOOD-OXFORD 27 13 0 6 — 46
HYDE SCHOOL 0 0 0 6 — 6
KO–Winston Ware 12 run (Sam Smith kick)
KO–4 punt return (Smith kick)
KO–Jeffrey Davis Jr. 12 pass from Sam Capodice (Smith kick)
KO–Broox Bolden 33 run (Smith kick)
KO–Kyren Petteway 76 pass from Capodice (Smith kick)
KO–Davis 59 interception return (Smith kick)
KO–Michael Demio run (Smith kick)
H–pass (kick failed)
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