Sports writer Ned Griffen blogs about high school football.
This is the end, beautiful friend.
FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. FCIAC. Get used to it.
As your attorneys, we advise you to watch Ridgefield at Shelton. Or Notre Dame-West Haven at New Canaan. This is America, though, so you're free to choose any game. EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT.
We're so, so sorry that we didn't preview the quarterfinals for you.
We're charging down the stretch, kids.
We managed to update BRACKETOLOGY three daze in a row. Our brains have become gooey.
So does that mean that CIAC football playoff point system was created by. .... SATAN?
The Wldcats did everything but slash the tires on Oxford's bus and push it down a ravine.
New London has clinched a playoff berth and has the chance to keep two rivals out. Life is real fun right now if you're a Whaler.
Never forget the teachings of Kurt Vonnegut.
One more win and your in, Whalers.
It's your lucky day (and our unlucky one).
The New London football team enjoyed their bye week by watching their CIAC Class L playoff odds get better-and-better.
Some late-night news from Friday that YOU need to know.
They do football differently in New Canaan than in other parts of the state.
Norwich Free Academy wouldn’t make the CIAC Class LL playoffs if the season ended this week. The top eight teams qualify in each class and the Wildcats are ranked 12th.
Howdy, Waterbury Career Academy had scored 50 points, yet trailed the Sacred Heart/Kaynor Tech co-op by 14 points entering the fourth quarter last Thursday. WCA head...
Time continues to speed along in football. Six weeks have passed. Six weeks remain. The CIAC playoffs are getting closer, and four area teams are in good standing.