St. Joseph, the No. 2 team in the GameTimeCT/New Haven Register Top 10 media poll, made quite the statement in its 58-14 victory over No. 9 New Canaan, scoring 51 points in the first half.
On St. Joseph’s first play from scrimmage, quarterback Jack Wallace fired a deep pass downfield to receiver Will Diamantis, who turned the play into a 58-yard touchdown.
Members of the Stafford co-op football team honored the father of their football coach Saturday, celebrating the life of Gary Mazzone with a victory over Valley Regional-Old Lyme. Brian Mazzone wore his father’s sweatshirt as he coached on the sideline. Gary Mazzone was one of seven victims in the crash of the B-17 Flying Fortress, a vintage World War II bomber, at Bradley Airport on Wednesday morning.
It was deja vu Friday night as Ludlowe scored a touchdown and two-point conversion with 18.2 seconds left to defeat Norwalk 43-42 at Sam Testa Memorial Field, the same score in which the Falcons won a year ago over Norwalk.
Notre Dame-West Haven defensive back Tommy Candelora provided the splash play, ripping off a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown with 3:30 left in the game that snapped a 7-7 deadlock and powered Notre Dame to a 14-7 Southern Connecticut Conference inter-tier victory over Amity.
Behind three touchdowns and an interception from Shakespeare Rodriguez, and a quick start by the Trojans, Lyman Hall defeated Foran 20-12.
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