Portland, Old Lyme, Valley and East Hampton also have two players each represented, and Highlanders’ Joe Santavenere is Coach of Year.
Old Saybrook, Morgan, Portland, Coginchaug, Hale-Ray well-represented on First Team, and Rams’ Sam Barnes is Coach of the Year.
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.
Warriors coach Kathy Scott reflects on the program’s first conference championship in 33 seasons, plus full list of All-Shoreline picks.
H-K coach Mike Shea: “We’ve built a reputation already … of who we could be, and we did that in the Shoreline tournament. And now we’ll try to do that” in Class M.
The senior, sidelined by a broken collarbone, has a record 2,283 yards. The Cougars hope he heals quickly and returns this season.