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Tyshawn Jackson scored 23 points, and was named MVP at the Spirit of Doc Hurley Classic. His brother, Delshawn, was named MVP last year. [Read More]
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Tyshawn Jackson (23 points, 7 rebounds) and Kazell Stewart (20 points) led Prince Tech to a 68-55 win over St. Bernard at the Doc Hurley... [Read More]
Senior Jaquan King drilled a game-tying three with a minute left, and hit a game-winning layup for Hartford Public in a 52-50 win over Weaver. [Read More]
Freshman Matt Curtis scored 24 points in his varsity debut, as Northwest Catholic beat Maloney 55-45. [Read More]
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On Thursday, the CHSCA named its overall, and class-by-class All-State football teams. [Read More]
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Historic performances, crazy weather, unexpected stars and more. Here are the top moments from the high school football season. [Read More]
Berlin and New Britain make moves after Week 3 of the high school football season. [Read More]
Joel Stewart's big night headlines this week's five takeaways. [Read More]
Conard's defense stopped Enfield late to seal the 31-27 Chieftains win. [Read More]
Just two games into the season, Sheehan running back has accumulated nearly a year's worth of rushing yards and touchdowns. [Read More]
Off to its best start in years, Enfield hosts Conard in a rematch of last year's 60-46 Chieftans win. [Read More]
Jimmy Nielsen came to Hartford in search of a challenge, and he's prepared for what it will bring. [Read More]
Devin Hill and Naseim Harrison helped SMSA/Classical/University beat Lewis Mills 49-0. [Read More]
Sheehan and St. Joseph each rise in the weekly high school football rankings after big wins. [Read More]
Justyn Gardener, Terrance Bogan and Berlin's offense highlight Week 2. [Read More]
Jacob Drena tossed two touchdowns as Southington beat Simsbury, 21-7. [Read More]
With a massive offensive line and a budding offense, Maloney could be a team to beat. [Read More]
Simsbury and Southington - from 2017 face off in a Week 2 CCC matchup. [Read More]
The 15 best performances from Week 1 of high school football in Connecticut. [Read More]
Darien, Hand stand atop the rankings, while St. Joseph and Southington rise. [Read More]
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