RAISE YOUR HANDS AND REJOICE — the 2018 schedules are here

Howdy,

Long time. No blog.

There’s no intro necessary — below is every school playing under CIAC jurisdiction. Click on the school name to be whisked away to their schedule.

We’ll post something at some point about games of note once we have time to dissect everything, but we can definitely tell you this — plan on being at defending CIAC Class S champion St. Joseph the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 8, when it hosts New Canaan.

In case you’ve forgotten, last year’s Rams vs. Cadets game was nutters. That and you'll see elebenty D-I recruits (we don't say FBS here) — St. Joseph quarterback David Summers (Maryland), and quarterback Drew Pyne (Notre Dame) and offensive linemen Jack Conley (Boston College) and Jack Stewart (Michigan) from New Canaan. That's a lotta' talent on one field in our puny state.

Amistad

Amity

Ansonia

ATI

Avon

Bacon Academy

Barlow

Bassick

BerlinSo young, yet got so far (Class M semis) last season. Look out.  

Bethel

Bloomfield

Branford

Bridgeport Central

Bristol Central

Bristol Eastern

Brookfield

Bulkeley/HMTCA/Weaver

Bullard-Havens

Bunnell

Canton

Capital/Achievement: Going to be seeing a lot of it yon Eastern Connecticut Conference way. Also opens the season with four straight road games, followed by four straight home games to end it. It ain't easy not having a conference to call home.

Cheney Tech

Cheshire

Coginchaug/Hale Ray

Conard

Coventry/Windham Tech/Bolton/Lyman

CREC

Cromwell/Portland

Crosby

Danbury

YOUR three-time, three-time, three-time Class LL champion Darien Blue Wave

Derby

E.O. Smith

East Catholic

East Hartford

East Haven

East Lyme

Ellington

Enfield

Fairfield Ludlowe

Fairfield Prep

Fairfield Warde

Farmington

Fitch and it's 1000% guapo FLEXBONE~!

Foran

Gilbert/Northwestern

Glastonbury

Granby

Greenwich could be YOUR preseason No. 1: Had a roster larger than the population of Liechtenstein last season, and so, so many of those dudes are back. Plays Week 4 (Oct. 5) at New Canaan, which is also on the shortlist of potential preseason No. 1 teams.

Griswold

Guilford

Haddam-Killingworth

Hall

Hamden

YOUR Class L champion Hand Tigers

Harding

Hartford Public

Hillhouse

Holy Cross

Kennedy

YOUR Class M champion Killingly Redmen, home of the RPO: RUN. PEOPLE. OVER.

Law

Ledyard

Lewis Mills

Lyman Hall

Maloney

Manchester

Masuk

MCW THE UNITED~!

McMahon

Middletown

Montville

Morgan

Naugatuck

New Britain

New Canaan is going to be monstrous

New Fairfield

New London

New Milford

Newington

Newtown

Nonnewaug

North Branford

North Haven, proud kings of GOD'S FATHER'S OFFENSE~!

Northwest Catholic

Norwalk

Norwich Free Academy

Notre Dame-Fairfield variant

Notre Dame-West Haven variant

O'Brien Tech

Old Saybrook/Westbrook

Oxford

Plainfield

Plainville

Platt Tech

Platt

Pomperaug

Prince Tech

Quinebaug Valley

RHAM

Ridgefield

Rockville

Rocky Hill

Sacred Heart/Kaynor

Seymour

Sheehan

Shelton: LOADED.

Simsbury

SMSA/University/Classical

South Windsor

Southington

YOUR Class S champion St. Joseph Cadets: Their offense should be even more ridiculous than last season.

St. Paul

Stafford/East Windsor/Somers

Stamford

Staples

Stonington

Stratford

Thames River

Tolland

Torrington

Trinity Catholic

Trumbull, now under NEW MANAGEMENT: The Eagles are the lone team that has to play Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, and St. Joseph. EEP.

Valley Regional/Old Lyme WARRIORCATS

Vinal/East Hampton/Goodwin

Waterford

Watertown

Waterbury Career Academy

West Haven

Westhill

Weston

Wethersfield

Wilbur Cross

Wilby

Wilcox Tech

Wilton

Windham

Windsor Locks/Suffield/East Granby

Windsor

Wolcott

Woodland

Woodstock Academy

Xavier

Thanks for reading. More soon.

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