Nine FCIAC stars named to New Haven Register All-State Football First Team

St. Joseph’s Mike Morrissey was named Player of the Year as the 6-foot-1, 195-pound senior defensive end led a contingent of nine FCIAC players on the 88th Annual New Register All-State Football First Team. There were 26 players selected to the All-State First Team, a dozen each on offense and defense along with a punter … Read more

Central football coach Lewis resigns after two seasons

Bridgeport Central football coach Derrick Lewis has stepped down after two seasons. “I’ve been thinking about it, discussed it with my wife and family,” Lewis said. “Of course I’ve got a young family. My son (Christian), he’s a budding star at Notre Dame-West Haven. I want to watch him. “I just want to be a … Read more

Sheehan’s Pat Miller named next Norwalk football coach

Pat Miller, the offensive coordinator on Sheehan’s state championship team last fall, has been named the new head coach for the Norwalk football program. Miller will be taking over for Sean Ireland, who stepped down in December after eight seasons with the Bears. “He comes with a great coaching background,” Norwalk athletic director Doug Marchetti … Read more

FCIAC teams captured five state championships during fall season

It is an annual occurrence during the fall season. Just as one can be sure that the leaves will change color and eventually fall off of the trees during late October and early November, one can also be sure that the FCIAC will have much success and collect several state championships during the fall season’s … Read more

After 13 years, 3 state championships, Darien’s Rob Trifone stepping down as head coach

Rob Trifone, who has led the Darien football program for the past 13 years, informed his team Friday he is stepping down as head coach. Since he took over as head coach in 2007, Trifone’s Blue Wave has compiled a 129-26 record with four FCIAC and three state championships. Darien earned the state’s final No. … Read more

St. Joseph tops final GameTimeCT football poll; Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan also in top 10

The championship game of the CIAC Class L Football Playoffs was a showdown of the top two ranked teams in the state – No. 1 Daniel Hand versus No. 2 St. Joseph from the FCIAC. So when coach Joe DellaVecchia’s St. Joseph’s Cadets prevailed in that battle of unbeatens by a 17-13 margin, in addition … Read more

Jah Joyner flips commitment then signs with Minnesota in big signing day for Danbury natives

DANBURY — It was a text that would change his entire future. When four-star defensive end Jah Joyner found out Boston College coach Steve Addazio was fired just two weeks ago by a fellow Eagles commit, it opened up his recruitment entirely. Unsure what was next, Joyner and Hatters coach Augie Tieri quickly put together … Read more

New Canaan’s Pyne makes it official, signs Letter of Intent with Notre Dame

NEW CANAAN — It’s been no secret Drew Pyne’s football future was with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The New Canaan senior made his verbal commitment long ago, but when he finally put his signature on paper Wednesday, Pyne was happy to celebrate while surrounded by family, including parents George and Helene, sisters Rachel and … Read more

No. 2 St. Joseph holds off No. 1 Hand in L title game classic, wins 3rd different class in 3 years

NEW BRITAIN — Jaden Shirden, after his usual big rushing day, smiled when his teammates on the other side of the ball came up in conversation, the defense that led St. Joseph to their third CIAC football championship in a row. “They’re some bad boys,” Shirden said. “They come out and play. They do their … Read more