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Friday, September 18, 2009

Ansonia 41, Hillhouse 12

Junior running back Montrell Dobbs rushed 30 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 10 Ansonia to a non-conference win at Veteran's Field in West Haven.

Backfield mate Bobby Kinnebrew carried 12 times for 132 yards and three score for the Chargers (1-0).

Ansonia led 14-6 at halftime.

Spencer Jones scored on a 29-yard run and Tuarese Washington scored on a 70-yard run for Hillhouse (0-1).

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Hamden 21, Hand 0

Frank Greene caught a 63-yard touchdown pass from Jason Lassiter, and had an interception, for Hamden in a 21-0 victory over Hand in a battle of teams ranked in the Register Top 10 Poll.

Jordan Teague scored on a 53-yard run, and Jahmaal Harris scored on a 65-yard run for the No. 2 Green Dragons (1-0).

Quarterback Nick Merullo rushed 26 times for 137 yards for No. 9 Hand (0-1).

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

To see the Preseason Poll......

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Preseason Top 10: New Canaan No. 1

The Preseason football poll will appear in Wednesday's editions.

New Canaan, who topped the poll last season, begins this year at No. 1 after receiving 15 of 21 first-place votes.

Along with the Rams, Ansonia and Masuk also made the preseason edition after finishing among the Top 10 in last year's final poll.

This means there are seven "new" teams in the preseason poll. Take your guess are to who they are below.

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Football Preview 2009

The Register will present its annual Football Preview in Wednesday's editions.
Included in the preview will be team capsules, schedules and the Preseason Top 10 Poll.

The cover story will feature 10 quarterbacks from around the state. The theme of the story is how coaches select which player will be their quarterback. Is it based on talent, arm strength, speed, heart, guts, etc?? Is it because they're the best leader? Or the best athlete?
The players will discuss why they became a quarterback, and also talk about their progression from when they first started under center.

For the first time in many years, we ran feature stories in the days leading up to the preview section. You can find links to those stories below.

Derby determined to turn things around.
Bob Barton's road trip column
Lennon era begins at Seymour
Wilbur Cross standout Maurice Morrison
Expectations high for Hamden
Storming the Fortt

We hope you enjoy the preview, and the feature stories that ran this week.

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