Power rankings: CT football (10/8)

by John Malone on
Mon, Oct 7, 2013 4:40 PM

Updated Tue, Oct 8, 2013 1:03 PM
Power rankings: CT football (10/8)
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Power rankings: CT football (10/8)

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Team
Rec
LW
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1
4-0
1

New Canaan cruised to victory against Warde this week behind Nick Cascione and company. Cascione threw three touchdowns and ran for another. The defense continues to dominate in all facets of the game. The Rams have Staples in three weeks for its next tough test. 

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Team
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LW
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2
4-0
2

The Cadets leaned on Mufasha Abdul-Basir’s 194 yards on the ground in a come from behind 28-14 victory over Darien. St. Joe’s has a tough game with Wilton on Friday.

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Team
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LW
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3
3-1
4

The Wreckers pulled away from Stamford in the second half for their third straight victory. Patrick Lesch busted out this week with over 200 yards rushing for the first time this season.

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Team
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LW
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4
3-1
5

 Colton Smith threw a touchdown to John Delisanti, and they each ran for a score in the Jesuits 32-6 victory over Branford.

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5
4-1
4

Griffin Ross caught 13 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Blue Wave to a 31-6 victory over Fairfield Warde. Silas Wyper threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns.

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Team
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LW
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6
2-2
6

Cardinals got back in the win column last week in a 42-14 victory over Trinity Catholic by running the football. Tommy Rappa ran for over 100 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Matt Marzulla picked up his first win in his first start under center for Greenwich. 

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LW
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7
4-0
8

The Senators are just one of three remaining unbeatens in the region after hanging onto a 21-15 victory over Westhill. The defense set up each touchdown and came away with a game-saving interception by Kenneth Keen in the red zone in the final minute.

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LW
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8
Ridgefield
3-1
9

The Tigers fought off Notre Dame-West Haven with a 28-21 victory in overtime. Ryan Dunn hit Andrew Chuma in traffic for the game-winning touchdown. Will Bonaparte ran for two more touchdowns. 

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Team
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LW
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9
4-1
9

Jack Shaban accounted for five more touchdowns this week including 119 yards and four touchdowns on the ground to get Barlow back in the win column. Harry Wilson led the team with 131 yards rushing on just nine carries and added a score. 

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Team
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LW
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10
3-1
10

The Warriors reeled off their second straight victory with a 38-14 win over Bassick last weekend. John D’Alisa ran for three touchdowns and quarterback Brett Phillips threw for one and ran for another in the victory. 

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