THE LONESOME POLECAT

Sports writer Ned Griffen blogs about high school football.

Dominant Darien, Bloomfield is not afraid, rankings, minutia, and MUCHAS GRACIAS.

What in the hell are we going to do until next season with the 88 hours a week that we put into this beautiful mess?

YOUR championship previews

We're going to miss you dearly, sweet football.

YOUR semifinal repository~!

The beatings just outnumbered the thrillers. BLEH.

YOUR quarterfinal review and repository

Ain't football in the mud great?

YOUR quarterfinal preview MAGNUM OPUS

Magnum P.I. was also the blueprint for a TV detective drama. So awesome. Also, we wrote a lot of WORDS in the previews herein because suckers must know and we <3 YOU so dang much.

BRACKETOLOGY REDUX: The Berlin Effect

All our work shot to hell. We're like Sisyphus if he wore tie dyes and listened to Meshuggah.

Ledyard's Ebdon flourishing in his new role

Ledyard senior Ty Ebdon has adjusted to life this season as a quarterback in a run-based offense.

BRACKETOLOGY v. 3.0, the ROBOABACUS is back, classy Manson, Top 10s, blah-blah-blah-blah.

Buddha bless you, Matt Fischer, for both you and your ROBOABACUS.

Ledyard nose tackle Daggett getting more chances to punish opponents at fullback

Ledyard nose tackle Tannor Daggett, a 5-foot-10, 285-pound senior, is getting to dish out more punishment playing fullback.

HEY, YOU — it’s a very special Sunday Polecat~!

Staples, a Week 9 review and notables are contained therein.

BRACKETOLOGY. It makes our eyeballs ache

It's that time of the week for maths.

Resilient Windsor, Top 10s, NOTABLES, the usual Tuesday jibber-jabber

A football team needs to get punched in the face a few times to strengthen its resolve for the playoffs. Period.

Speller is the straw that stirs the drink for Waterford's offense

Chase Speller, a senior running back, had 188 yards rushing and three touchdowns in Waterford’s 41-8 victory over Fitch on Friday night and also added an interception.

BRACKETOLOGY. GAMES. STORYTIME. SABBATH

Week 7 made the season flip its wig, so let's try BRACKETOLOGY again.

Inexperienced Vikings starting to show improvement with wins

East Lyme returned just five players with any varsity experience and lost its first four games. It's made gradual improvement and downed Woodstock Academy last Friday, 42-7, its second-straight victory.