A 7-on-7 passing league for Coginchaug’s co-op, Old Saybrook/Westbrook and Morgan gives players limited, but positive, experience.
Middletown QB has Division III opportunity to play, as do teammates Brady Foster (Western New England) and Kristian Glemaud (WCSU).
New Coginchaug co-op football coach has ties to Morgan and Valley. “This is a labor of love and a passion and I’m ready to jump back in.”
“To be the third coach in a program with a 45-year history is something that has some real weight to it,” the former Coginchaug coach said.
“It’s been a wonderful run” — H-K alum cites desire to spend more time with his family, says he will remain a presence around the program.
The choices are a big-armed QB, a sophomore ballcarrier, a sure-handed receiver and a two-way lineman who led MHS in tackles and sacks.
Coginchaug stuffs North Branford’s 2-point try in final 82 seconds, comes away with 16-14 victory in annual Battle for Route 17 clash.
Cole Brisson throws for three touchdowns and Cromwell/Portland’s defense halts Rocky Hill’s last-gasp drive for 20-14 win.
Valley/Old Lyme defeats rival Cougars 20-2 in annual pre-Thanksgiving clash, closes out season on 3-game winning streak.
Senior running back also scores 6 touchdowns (7 total), credits ‘incredible teammates’ after 55-43 win over Coventry co-op.