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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Friday's roundup

Chris Matteis had 25 carries for 196 yards, including touchdown runs of 40, 4 and 54 yards, to lead North Haven to a 48-20 Southern Connecticut Conference Division II East win over Foran Friday in Milford.
The Indians (7-1) clinched the division title with the victory.

Derby/O’Brien Tech 42, Wilby 20: Quarterback Ray Kreiger completed 14 of 16 passes for 216 yards and four touchdowns and added 19-yard touchdown run to lead Derby/O’Brien Tech (4-4) to its Naugatuck Valley League Brass Division win in Derby.

Guilford 67, Law 53: Matt Hoey scored on touchdown runs of 43 and 3 yards and caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Ethan Curry to lead the Indians to their SCC Division II West win in Milford. The 120 points broke the SCC record of 117 points set on Sept. 18, 1999 when Derby defeated Wilbur Cross 62-55.

Hillhouse 49, Branford 6: Harold Cooper rushed for 114 yards and three touchdowns on seven carries to lead the Academics to their SCC Division II West win at Bowen Field.

Valley Regional/Old Lyme 48, Old Saybrook/Westybrook 0: Jimmy Fairfield-Sonn rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns to pace the undefeated Warriors to the Pequot Sassacus win at Deep River.

Hand 44, East Haven 12: Taivarr Pierce rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown for East Haven, which suffered the loss in the SCC interdivision game at home.

Shelton 34, Fairfield Prep 13: Frank Camerino, making his first start at quarterback, had 22 carries for 137 yards and completed 9 of 10 passes for 126 yards, including three for touchdowns, to lead the Gaels (5-3) to their SCC Division I West win in Fairfield.

Bunnell 51, Immaculate 20: At Straford, Bryan Castelot threw a school-record seven touchdown passes to lead the Bulldogs to the South-West Conference win.
Castelot was 11-of-17 passing for 354 yards. He threw four of his touchdown passes to Jawad Chisholm.

Wolcott 25, Seymour 13: At Seymour, Wolcott got a pair of touchdown runs from DeVante Bonvillain to win the NVL game.

Ansonis 54, St. Paul 25: Montrell Dobbs rushed for 340 yards and five touchdowns and added a 88-yard kickoff return for another score as sixth-ranked Chargers won the NVL interdivision game at Bristol.


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