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Bristol, Conn.
Co-op program with Goodwin Tech-New Britain
and Lewis Mills-Burlington
St. Paul varsity football
first season 1969
Co-op began 2000
Tri-op began in 2005
2007 St. Paul/GT/LM football schedule
Saturday, Sept. 15RHAM 14, St. Paul 8
Saturday, Sept. 22Berlin 40, St. Paul 19
Saturday, Sept. 29N.W. Catholic 42, St. Paul 7
Saturday, Oct. 6   St. Paul 26, East Catholic 6
Saturday, Oct. 13 Enfield 32, St. Paul 21
Saturday, Oct. 20 Middletown 48, St. Paul 33
Friday, Oct. 26     Farmington 35, St. Paul 14
Saturday, Nov. 3  Plainville 34, St. Paul 21
Friday, Nov. 9       Rocky Hill 40, St. Paul 14
Thurs. Nov. 22     St. Paul 42, Wilcox Tech 7
Home games at Muzzy Field, Bristol (except Oct. 13, Nov. 22)
Latest news and information
Final record
1-8 Nutmeg
2-8 overall
Aiken draws interest from Huskies
BRISTOL, March 25 – St. Paul junior running back Marcus Aiken is being recruited by the University of Connecticut football program, the Bristol Press reported. The paper said that Aiken was recently offered a full scholarship to play with the Huskies in 2009. In the final seven games, Aiken rushed for 933 yards on 122 carries last fall. He played at receiver for the first three games.
Bristol Press, March 25: Huskies offer Aiken a scholarship

Mills hires coach for its new JV team
BURLINGTON, Jan. 9 – Lewis Mills had hired a coach for its new football program. Chris Machol, a former assistant coach at Farmington High, will lead the team when it begins practice in August. Mills will field a junior varsity team this fall. Varsity players will continue to play with St. Paul and Goodwin Tech in the tri-op squad. Current Mills juniors, sophomore and freshman players with St. Paul will have the option to play with St. Paul or join the Mills squad.
Bristol Press, Jan. 9: Mills hires coach for new football team

Just two wins,
but still plenty of growth for Falcons
BRISTOL, Nov. 23 – The Falcons won just two games this year but St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills coach Jude Kelly saw the success achieved this fall. "When you're building a house, nobody thinks of all the hard work it took to build its foundation. All anyone sees is the end result," Kelly told the Bristol Press. "But what the kids on this team have done this year is build that foundation." There were just eight seniors on the team. "I look back at the year and see that we did have tremendous improvement across the board. There were games where we certainly would have liked to play better, but all and all, this team did good things for the program," Kelly said.
Bristol Press, Nov. 23: Even with just two victories, there was growth

Aiken sparks Falcon win over Wilcox
BRISTOL, Nov. 22 – Marcus Aiken ran for a co-op record 213 yards on 17 carries and scored four TDs to lead St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills to a 42-7 win over Wilcox Tech of Meriden in a Thanksgiving Day game at St. Paul High. Aiken snapped the old co-op record of 205 yards set by Juan Hernandez against St. Bernard in 2003.

Aiken rushed for 163 yards on 12 carries in the first half and three TDs. He rambled for gains of 30 yards or more twice and broke 10 yards seven times. “Coach [Jude] Kelly told us that maybe we weren't able to achieve all our goals this year, but let's go out there and win this last game. We all knew that we had to play well. We wanted to win this one for our seniors," Aiken told the Bristol Press.

"I'm happy for the kids," Falcons coach Jude Kelly told the Press. "They've continued to put the work in everyday. It was a good win for them and the entire program."  Wilcox Tech (5-5) completed its first varsity campaign.
Bristol Press, Nov. 23: Falcons fly in Thanksgiving Day victory over Wilcox Tech

Mills to field
JV team in 2008
BURLINGTON, Nov. 13 – Lewis Mills is going to start its own football team. The Region 10 Board of Education voted to approve a junior varsity team beginning in 2008. Currently, any Mills students interested in playing football play on the St. Paul co-op team along with students from Goodwin Tech. Mills has been with the St. Paul co-op for three seasons (2005-07). Mills had 21 players with St. Paul this year, the largest of the three schools.

Current Mills juniors, sophomore and freshman players with St. Paul will have the option to play with St. Paul or join the Mills squad.

Mills will play all of its games on the road and parent contributions, fundraisers, booster club donations and money from the Region 10 school board will fund the squad. Mills officials expect 30 freshmen and sophomores on the team next fall.
Tri-Town Post, Nov. 29: Mills seeks coach for JV team
Hartford Courant, Nov. 24: Mills to field junior varsity team next fall
The Register Citizen, Nov. 14: Mills to field JV team next fall

Lewis Mills football: Proposal to form team

Record-setting win for Rocky Hill over St. Paul
ROCKY HILL, Nov. 9 – Rocky Hill senior Dan Carducci wasn’t aware of his record-setting effort in the Terriers’ 40-14 rout of the Falcons. He was too busy having fun, scoring 4 TDs, breaking tackles and knocking down passes. He set several new school records including most yards rushing in a game (253 yards), most points scored in a game (26) and most yards rushing in a season (1,302). He also batted down a pair of passes in the first quarter that were nearly touchdown passes for St. Paul.

St. Paul’s offense was able to move the ball but its defense struggled to stop the Terriers (7-2, 7-2 Nutmeg). QB Brian Kaczynski completed 17-of-31 passes for 134 yards. Ryan Moore pulled down seven passes for 66 yards. Kaczynski set a new co-op record for most completions in a game, breaking the old single-game mark of 16 set by Scott Dumont against N.W. Catholic in 2001.

The Falcons (1-8, 1-8) were calling timeouts in the final minutes, savoring every opportunity to play. Rob Cannata caught a nine-yard pass from Kaczynski and Goodwin Tech student Winston Jones scored his first career TD with a 65-yard kickoff return in the final minute.

“We weren’t able to make big plays,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly said. “If the defense can’t stop them, it can get out of hand pretty fast. Still, we continue to fight and improve. I feel bad for the kids.”
Bristol Press, Nov. 10: Game gets out of hand quickly in loss to Rocky Hill

New Britain Herald, Nov. 10: Carducci’s record-setting evening leads Rocky Hill to victory

Second half surge carries Plainville to win
BRISTOL, Nov. 3 – Plainville running back David Soltis ran for 125 of his 213 yards in the second half to lead Plainville to a 34-21 win over the Falcons, 34-21. Soltis scored three of his four TDs in the second half. "Every team we play knows that they're going to have to key on David, but he refuses to go down," Plainville coach Scot Wenzel told The Herald Press. "He always wants the ball in his hands. He's really just a complete player." St. Paul (1-7, 1-7 Nutmeg) led for the second time this year at halftime, 13-12.

St. Paul capped off a 99-yard march with a 21-run by Marcus Aiken to take a 7-0 lead. Plainville played well in the second half, scoring the first 22 points to take command of the game. The Blue Devil defense allowed St. Paul to run just six plays before its final scoring drive. On those six plays, the Falcons had minus three yards.

Falcon QB Brian Kaczynski connected on 12-of-29 passes for 170 yards, an interception and 2 TDs. "The effort has always been there," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told the Herald Press. "The kids never quit. I thought that they gave what they had to today. ... The effort isn't the problem for us. The effort has been consistent all year long."
The Herald Press, Nov. 4: Plainville surges past Falcons in second half

Indians remain firm in victory
FARMINGTON, Oct. 26 – Not fazed by a 51-yard TD pass from QB Brian Kaczynski to St. Paul receiver Ryan Moore, Farmington rallied from an early seven-point deficit to win their second straight game, 35-14. St. Paul scored on its second offensive play when Kaczynski hit Moore (5-167) for the score.

But Farmington didn’t crumble. Sophomore Tebucky Jones returned the kickoff 68 yards and two plays later, Mark D’Annibale tie the game at 7-7. Farmington took a lead late in the second quarter when Indian QB Eric Morrissey (14-67, 2 TDs) faked a pitch to RB Matt Robinson and zipped down the left side for a 14-yard TD run.

Farmington extended its lead in the third quarter. Morrissey was nearly sacked by St. Paul’s Kyle Cruz for an eight-yard loss but Morrissey slipped away for a 40-yard TD run and a 21-7 lead.

"I thought we worked hard all week and we were ready for this game," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told the New Britain Herald. "But we continued to hurt ourselves. I think we need to play with a little more confidence."

Ryan Moore set a pair of new co-op records with most yards receiving in a single game (167 yards) and the longest TD reception (86 yards), breaking the mark set by Jamal Greenlee against Farmington in 2004 (73 yard TD reception from Kenny Byrd). Scott McIntyre (124) had the previous single-game receiving record set in 2001 against Vinal Tech.
New Britain Herald, Oct. 27: Farmington pulls away from Falcons

Dragons stop Falcon upset bid
MIDDLETOWN, Oct. 20 – The Falcons scored three unanswered touchdowns to take a 14-point lead over undefeated Middletown in the first quarter Saturday at Palmer Field. But the Blue Dragon offense piled up 471 yards to pull away and earn a 48-33 victory. "I thought our kids played great," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. "I was very proud of them as a team. We had some great individual performances. We just lost the game because we need to learn how to make the plays you need to make to win. We did have some big plays, but we also hurt ourselves and you can't do that and win."

Middletown led 7-0 but the Falcons took a 21-7 lead with three consecutive scores. A fine kickoff return by Marcus Aiken (25-134) and a 15-yard personal foul penalty on Middletown set up St. Paul on the Dragon 43. Brian Kaczynski (10-22, 125 yards) hit Aiken with a 14-yard TD pass. Less than two minutes later, St. Paul blocked a Middletown punt allowing Jordan Durica to score on a 12-yard return. The Falcons (1-5) took a 21-7 lead on a 45-yard pass from Kaczynski to Ryan Moore (6-104) with 3:29 remaining.

Middletown (6-0) built a 35-21 lead but the Falcons rallied when Davon Davis pulled in a 5-yard TD pass from Kaczyenski to cut the lead to eight. But the Dragons scored a pair of TDs to ice the victory.
The Herald Press, Oct. 21: Middletown rallies to squelch upset bid by St. Paul

Mills' football proposal on hold
BURLINGTON, Oct. 18 – The Region 10 Board of Education and the Lewis Mills booster club are discussing the option of making football a varsity sport at Lewis Mills. A resolution to approve football for one year failed when the president of the booster club said that most donors who donated $120,000 did so on the assumption that it would be a three-year commitment. Robert Dunn, president of the Lewis Mills Booster Club, told the Tri-Town Post, "I can not support a one year approval without checking with the donors first. The football booster club is uncomfortable with the one year commitment. We are looking for a three year approval."

Dunn said he would return to the Board of Education in November. The booster club is proposing that the school take over funding in four years. A recent school policy for new athletic programs calls for a one-year trial and a full evaluation before making the program permanent.
Tri-Town Post, Oct. 18: Mills puts proposal for football on hold

Mistakes help Enfield pull away
BRISTOL, Oct. 13 – Three crucial turnovers were enough to snuff the life out of the Falcon offense in a 32-21 Nutmeg Football League loss to Enfield at St. Paul High. “Instead of finding ways to win, we found ways to hurt ourselves,” St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. Trailing 8-7, St. Paul seemed ready to take the lead but QB Brian Kaczynski and RB Marcus Aiken messed up the exchange and fumbled the ball away on the Enfield 11-yard line.

On its next possession, the Falcons (1-4, 1-4 Nutmeg) were set to punt from their own 19. But Enfield (2-3, 2-3 Nutmeg) blocked the punt and added a field goal a few minutes later for a 11-7 lead. Trailing 18-7 late in the second quarter, Kaczynski was intercepted by Brandon Greene who returned the interception for a TD as Enfield extended its lead to 25-7.

"We hurt ourselves more than they hurt us," Kelly said. "Good teams don't find ways to lose the game." Kaczynski (15-30-1, 232 yards) threw one 63-yard TD pass to Ryan Moore on St. Paul’s first offensive play. Aiken led the Falcon rushing attack with 110 yards on 20 carrries.
The Herald Press, Oct. 14: Mistakes hurt Falcons in loss to Enfield

Defense lifts Falcons to win
MANCHESTER, Oct. 6 – After Kyle Cruz made a huge defensive play, Marcus Aiken made sure momentum would remain with St. Paul. Host East Catholic began the game with an impressive 70-yard TD march and despite the Falcons taking a 7-6 lead, the Eagles were looking to score their second straight TD.

But Cruz stripped East Catholic’s Ben Abitz of the ball on the Falcons 4-yard line to stop the threat. The Falcons responded with a 62-yard run from Aiken to take the lead for good. And then Aiken added a 20-yard interception return later in the second quarter to put the Falcons in command and lead them to a 28-6 victory at Mt. Nero Field Saturday.

It gave St. Paul (1-3, 1-3 Nutmeg) its first victory of the season. Aiken led all rushers with 129 yards on 17 carries. The Falcons switched Aiken and Devon Davis to wideout to spark the offense. St. Paul QB Brian Kaczynski (11-21-1, 143) threw a pair of TD passes to Ryan Moore and Rob Cannata. "We made some strides today," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press said. "But we still have to continue to try and get better."

St. Paul brought home the Father Saunders Memorial Trophy, which goes to the winner of the yearly game between the two Catholic schools. Father Saunders spent time at both schools.
The Herald Press, Oct. 7: Defense helps stop East Catholic for first win

Indians overwhelm St. Paul in victory
BRISTOL, Sept. 29 – Northwest Catholic’s talented squad was too much for the Falcons in a 42-7 defeat at Muzzy Field. The visiting Indians ran for 245 yards and had a pair of TD passes as they opened up a 35-0 halftime lead.

St. Paul started the game and limited NWC to just seven points in the first quarter. "I felt that we were doing some things that we were working to try to improve in the first quarter," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told the The Herald Press. "We felt like we got to a point where we could at least compete. But again, we just kind of make mistakes and things happen and the next thing you know, you're fighting for your life."

Marcus Aiken (6-96) caught his fifth TD pass of the season from QB Brian Kaczynski, who completed nine passes for 132 yards. Ryan Moore (2-27) and Rob Cannata (1-4) also made receptions while Aiken (5-40) led the Falcons in rushing. "(I give) credit to the kids," Kelly said. "They come to practice every day. We work hard every day. Maybe we're working too hard. I've always believed if you keep doing the right thing, eventually good things will happen. I keep saying that over and over again but it's frustrating."
The Herald Press, Sept. 30: Northwest Catholic overwhelms St. Paul

Falcons find Berlin hard to stop
BRISTOL, Sept. 22 – The Falcons struggled to stop Berlin on the ground and it was a long day in a 40-19 Nutmeg Football League loss at Muzzy Field. Berlin amassed 341 yards of total offense and 308 yards on the ground. "The defense made some stops, but that type of offense was too much for us. Berlin's a good team and they wore our defense down," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press. "But when you can't stop people from gaining yards on the ground, it makes doing everything else that much harder."

The Berlin defense wasn’t accommodating. Falcon RB Davon Davis was held to minus 18 yards on 12 carries in the first half and finished the day with 1 yard on 18 carries. QB Brian Kaczynski did throw 3 TD passes to Marcus Aiken in the second half. Kaczynski complted 10-of-18 passes for 248 yards.
The Herald Press, Sept. 23: Berlin steamrolls Falcons

Mills considers fielding own team
BURLINGTON, Sept. 22 – The Region 10 Board of Education will decide in October if Lewis Mills will take steps to form its own football team next fall. A proposal being considered would have a junior varsity team begin play next fall with an eye on a varsity team in 2010. Donations from the community would fund the team for three years at $44,000 a year before the school district would assume funding o the program. A football booster club has collected $115,000 in donations to fund the team.

RHAM finds way to beat Falcons
HEBRON, Sept. 15 – QB Brian Kaczynski completed 12 of 25 passes for 150 yards and a touchdown in his varsity debut but it wasn’t enough as the Falcons dropped their season opener to RHAM/Lyman Memorial, 14-8. Receiver Marcus Aiken caught a career-high seven catches for 93 yards and a touchdown.

"It's just a matter of having a winning attitude," St. Paul coach Jude Kelly told The Herald Press, "and getting over that hump where we can find ways to win instead of creating plays that cause you to lose. That's been a tough struggle for us."

RHAM/Lyman played tough defense that slowed down the Falcons. After RHAM moved ahead14-8, St. Paul nearly tied up the game in the third quarter when Falcons RB Davon Davis made an 80-yard run to the end zone but the play was called back due to a penalty. "We're just trying to find a way to create plays," Kelly said, "get the kids to play with some confidence, get everybody working together, and get on the right track."
The Herald Press, Sept. 16: RHAM/Lyman outlast St. Paul in season opener

Falcons seek growth in Kelly's third year
BRISTOL, Sept. 14 – Entering the third year of a tri-op with Lewis Mills and Goodwin Tech, the Falcons are looking to step up in the Nutmeg Conference after going 2-8 a year ago. Junior QB Brian Kaczynski has steadily improved and appears ready to take command of the St. Paul offense. Look for Kaczynski to throw the ball more to TE Jonathan Adamski and WR Marcus Aiken. Speedy Davon Davis looks to take over at running back. St. Paul hopes to improve defensively after giving up 254 points a year ago. The Falcons have 13 seniors, the most experienced group in coach Jude Kelly’s three-year tenure.

The Falcons will host four Saturday night games at Muzzy Field. They added a Thanksgiving game against Wilcox Tech-Meriden, a first-year team and that will be hosted at St. Paul since Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern will play at Muzzy Field on Thursday morning.
Top players: Jon Adamski TE/LB, Sr. 6-1, 245; Davon Davis RB, Sr. 6-0, 170; Chris Powers, OL/LB, Sr., 5-10, 195; Marcus Aiken WR/DB,Jr., 6-1, 175; Rob Cannata, WR/DB, Jr., 6-0, 170; Bryan Kaczynski, QB, Jr., 6-0, 175

CIAC approves tri-op team for another year
BURLINGTON, Feb. 10 -- The St. Paul football tri-op with Goodwin Tech and Lewis Mills will continue for another year in 2007. The CIAC approved another year of the three-school team in January, Lewis Mills athletic director Dave Tanner told the Bristol Press. The tri-op will be re-evaulated at the end of the 2007 season. The limit for a co-op or tri-op program is 74 players on the team. The Falcons finished the year with 66 players in November.
Bristol Press, Feb. 10: Mills to play with St. Paul for another year

Mills explores forming own team
BURLINGTON, Jan. 24 – The Region 10 football booster club held a meeting on Wednesday to gauge interest in Lewis Mills fielding its own football team. St. Paul athletic director Tom McCutchan expects Mills to be playing with St. Paul and Goodwin Tech for the third year next fall. "The three athletic directors met last Friday to discuss what our options are for next year," he told the Bristol Press. "I believe that all three want the tri-op to continue at least through next year."

Still, the future of the tri-op is in the hands of the CIAC co-operative committee. McCutchan was told by a member of the committee that due to a decrease in the number of players that finished the season (66), it is likely the application for renewal will be granted. McCutchan said he hopes to deliver a letter to the CIAC asking to extend the tri-op by the end of this week. "Nothing, either way, is a definite yet," he said. "It's all in the hands of the cooperative committee."
Bristol Press, Jan. 24: Mills explores fielding its own football team
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2007 Nutmeg Conference
Team      Lg.      Over.
x-Berlin            8-1        10-2
x-N.W. Cath      8-1        8-3
Middletown      7-2        8-3
Rocky Hill         7-2        8-2
Enfield   5-4         6-4
Plainville         4-5         5-5
Farmington      3-6         4-6
East Catholic    1-7        1-8
SP/GT/LM       1-8         2-8
RHAM/Lyman  1-8         1-9
x-clinched share of title
Co-operative teams:
RHAM/Lyman Memorial

Sat. Dec. 1 (Finals)
Class M
Ledyard 21, Berlin 14

Tues. Nov. 27 (Semifinals)
Class S
Ansonia 25, NW Catholic 7
Class MM
N. Canaan 28, Middletown 0
Class M
Berlin 35, Bristol Eastern 28

Friday, Nov. 16
Berlin 41, East Catholic 6
Thursday, Nov. 22
SP/GT/LM 42, Wilcox Tech 7
Rocky Hill 33, Farmington 2
NW Cath 36, Plainville 12
Enfield 28, Fermi 12
Bacon Acad 33, RHAM 0
Middletown 12, Xavier 0

Friday, Nov. 9
Plainville 39, Farmington 6 
Rocky Hill 40, SP/GT/LM 14 
Saturday, Nov. 10
Enfield 28, RHAM/Lyman 0
Berlin 29, Middletown 19 
NW Catholic 28, East Cath 0

Friday, Nov. 2
Berlin 34, RHAM/Lyman 13
Rocky Hill 41, Enfield 6 
Saturday, Nov. 3
NW Catholic 22, Farm 0
Plainville 34, SP/GT/LM 21
Sunday, Nov. 4
Middletown 34, E. Catholic 0

Friday, Oct. 26
Berlin 20, Rocky Hill 7 
Farmington 35, SP/GT/LM14
Saturday, Oct. 27
NW Cath. 15, Middletown 0 
East Catholic  30, RHAM/Lyman14
Sunday, Oct. 28
Enfield 23, Plainville 22
Saturday, Oct. 20
Middletwn 48, SP/GT/LM 33
NW Catholic 34, Berlin 6 
Farmington 27, RHAM/Ly 25 
Enfield 28, East Catholic 6 
Rocky Hill 25, Plainville 16 

Friday, Oct. 12
Berlin 57, Farmington 0
Saturday, Oct. 13
Enfield 32, SP/GT/LM 21
Middletown 14, Rocky Hill 0 
Plainville 35, East Catholic 0 NWC 29, RHAM/Lyman 0 

Saturday, Oct. 6
Middletown 42, Farm. 0
Rocky Hill 13, NW Catholic 7
SP/GT/LM 26, East Cath. 6 
Berlin 47, Enfield 34 
Plainville 35, RHAM/Lyman Memorial 14

Friday, Sept. 28
Berlin 48, Plainville 6 
Rocky Hill 40, E. Catholic 13 
Saturday, Sept. 29
Middletown 13, RHAM/Lyman 0 
NW Catholic 42, SP/GT/LM 7
Enfield 28, Farmington 7

Thursday, Sept. 20
Middletown 35, Plainville 28
Friday, Sept. 21
Farmington 44, E. Cath. 14
Rocjy Hill 65, RHAM 24
Saturday, Sept. 22
NW Catholic 20, Enfield 7
Berlin 40, St. Paul 19

Friday, Sept. 14
Rocky Hill 21, St. Bernard/ Norwich Tech 20 (OT)
Berlin 44, Cheney Tech 0 
Farm. 28, Wilcox Tech 13 
N. London 27, NW Cath. 21 
Plainville 39, Sport and Medical Science Acad. 12 
Saturday, Sept. 15
Middletown 23, Enfield 7 
RHAM/Lym 14, SP/GT/LM 8
Manchester 33, E. Cath. 21

2006 Nutmeg Conference
Team      Lg.      Over.
x-N.W. Cath.     9-0        9-1
Berlin     7-2        8-3
East Cath./CT   7-2        7-3
Middletown      6-3        6-4
Rocky Hill        5-4       5-4-1
Plainville         4-5        5-5
Enfield   3-6       4-6
Farmington      2-7        2-7
SP/GT/LM       2-7        2-8
RHAM/Lyman   0-9       1-9
x-won league championship
Co-operative teams:
East Catholic/Cheney Tech
RHAM/Lyman Memorial
St. Paul/Goodwin Tech/Lewis Mills
Final 2007
Nutmeg League standings & stats

St. Paul 42, Wilcox  7
At Bristol
Wilcox Tech (5-5)  0   0  7  0  -- 7
SP/GT/LM (2-8)     7 21  7  7  -- 42
First quarter
SP: Marcus Aiken 1 run (Ryan Moore kick), 0:18
Second quarter
SP: Aiken 33 run (Moore kick), 8:41
SP: Aiken 40 run (Moore kick), 8:15
SP: Davon Davis 59 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Moore kick), 6:30
Third quarter
SP: Aiken 42 pass from Kaczynski (Moore kick), 5:25
WT: Nicholas Pizzuti 37 run (Evan Nava kick), 0:00
Fourth quarter
SP: Winston Jones 15 fumble return (Moore kick), 4:02
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul – Marcus Aiken 17-213, Davon Davis 4-23, Tom Ivers 4-9, Brian Kaczysnki 1-2; Wilcox – Jeffrey Vidal 16-87, Mitchell Cardillo 1-3, Christian Caban 9-22, Taylor Stec 7-22, Evan Nava 1-1, Nicholas Pizzuti 3-47
PASSING: St. Paul – Brian Kaczynski 6-8-0, 183, Wilcox – Taylor Stec 0-5-2, 0
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Ryan Moore 3-73, Davon Davis 2-68, Marcus Aiken 1-42

Individual leaders
Final, 10 games
RUSHING    Att-Yds  TDs
Aiken         122-933    6
Davis             43-68    0
Kaczynski      41-8      1
Moore             2- (-1)   0
Ivers      4-9        0

PASSING   C-Att-Int   Yds TDs
Kaczynski  116-236-10  1809  17

Moore         42-790   5
Aiken          31-476    7
Davis          19-241   2
Cannata     19-198   3
Cruz               7-95     0
Adamski        1-7       0

                  TDs PAT 2pt  Pts
Aiken*         6-7    0    1       94
Moore          0-5  16    0      46
Cannata     0-3    0     2      22
Davis          0-3     0     0      18
Jones***     0-0    0     0      12
Kaczynski   1-0    0     0      6
Durica **    0-0     0     0      6
Adamski     0-0    1     0      1
*Interception return and kickoff return for TD
**Block punt return for TD
***Fumble return for TD, punt return for TD

Rocky Hill 40, St. Paul 14
At Rocky Hill
Rocky Hill (7-2)   20  14  6   0 – 40
SP/GT/LM (1-8)    0  0  0  14 – 14
First quarter
RH: Dan Carducci 28 run (kick blocked), 8:36
RH: Carducci 92 run (run fails), 4:22
RH: Fernando Sanchez 22 pass from Josh Esposito (Carducci run), 38.9
Second quarter
RH: Frank Carlson 14 pass from Esposito (Joey Cavallaro kick), 4:06
RH: Carducci 58 pass from Esposito (Cavallaro kick), 07.6
Third quarter
RH: Carducci 37 run (kick fails), 53.4
Fourth quarter
SP: Rob Cannata 9 pass from Brian Kaczynski (run fails), 2:38
SP: Winston Jones 65 punt return (Cannata pass from Kaczynski), 1:00
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Rocky Hill – Dan Carducci 15-253, Josh Esposito 2-14, Fernando Sanchez 12-133, Frank Carlson 2-3, Ahmed Osman 1-minus 5, Nick Pizzo 3-minus 1, Will Roccanello 2-8, Joey Cavallaro 1-0; SP – Marcus Aiken 21-114, Brian Kaczysnki 6-minus 12
PASSING: Rocky Hill – Josh Esposito 3-3-0, 78 ; SP – Brian Kaczynski 17-31-1, 134
RECEIVING: Rocky Hill – Fernando Sanchez 1-22, Carducci 1-58, Frank Carlson 1-14; SP – Davon Davis 4-39, Ryan Moore 7-66, Rob Cannata 4-13, Marcus Aiken 2-16

Plainville 34, St. Paul 21
At Bristol
Plainville0  12  6  16 – 34
St. Paul 7    6  0    8 – 21
First quarter
SP: Aiken 5 run (Moore kick), 5:26
Second quarter
P: Soltis 55 run (kick fails), 7:51
SP: Cannata 13 pass from Kaczynski (kick fails), 3:35
P: Mack Litke 17 pass from Carroll (run fails), 0:52
Third quarter
P: Soltis 3 run (run fails), 3:37
Fourth quarter
P: Soltis 3 run (Soltis run), 4:32
P: Soltis 71 run (Carroll run), 3:04
SP: Davis 35 pass from Kaczynski (Aiken run), 1:01
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul – Aiken 21-142, Davis 1-2, Kaczynski 1-11, Moore 1-0; Plainville -- Soltis 29-228, Carroll 4-11, Sparks 14-57, Acca 5-26
PASSING: St. Paul – Kaczynski 12-29-1, 170; Plainville -- Carroll 4-11-0, 54
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Aiken 1-14, Davis 2-40, Moore 2-22, Cannata 5-67, Cruz 2-27; Plainville -- Litke 4-54

Farmington 35, SP 14
At Farmington
St. Paul (1-6)7  0  7  0 – 14
Farmington (4-3)    7  7  14  7 – 35
First quarter
SP: Ryan Moore 51 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Ryan Moore  kick), 0:26
F: Matt D’Annible 17 run (Travis Church kick), 8:24
Second quarter
F: Eric Morrissey 14 run (Church kick), 3:02
Third quarter
F: Morrissey 44 run (Church kick), 5:49
S: Moore 86 pass from Kaczynski (Moore  kick), 5:29
F: Matt Robinson 14 run (Chuch kick), 0:01
Fourth quarter
F: Alex Wolf 24 pass from Morrissey (Church kick), 8:00
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul -- Marcus Aiken 6-75, Brian Kaczynski 7-minus 5, Farmington -- Tebucky Jones 4-20, Matt Robinson 19-186, Eric Morrissey 14-67, Mark D'Annibale 5-33, John Mittica 6-18
PASSING: St. Paul -- Brian Kaczynski 15-28-2, 287; Farmington -- Eric Morrissey 4-8-1, 61
RECEIVING: St. Paul -- Ryan Moore 5-167, Davon Davis 2-9, Marcus Aiken 3-62, Rob Cannata 3-24, Kyle Cruz 2-25; Farmington -- C.J. Howard 3-39, Jeff Armington 1-22

Middletown 38, SP 33
At Middletown
St. Paul (1-5)       21  0  6  6  -- 33
Middletown (6-0) 14  7 14 13 -- 48
First quarter
M: Reggie Allen 35 run (Case Garner kick), 9:32
SP: Marcus Aiken 14 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Ryan Moore kick), 7:31
SP: Jordan Durica 12 blocked punt return (Moore kick), 5:47
SP: Moore 45 pass from Kaczynski (Moore kick), 3:29
Second quarter
M: Lorenzo Baker 1 run (Garner kick), 5:10
Third quarter
M: Baker 2 run (Garner kick), 8:16
M: Ephraim Watson 45 run (Garner kick), 5:26
SP: Davon Davis 5 pass from Kaczynski (kick failed), 0:05
Fourth quarter
M: Watson 38 run (pass failed), 7:15
M: Baker 44 run (Garner kick), 2:54
SP: Aiken 90 kickoff return (pass fails), 2:40
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul – Aiken 35-134; Davis 1-5, Kaczynski 4-7; Middletown – Baker 22-201, Allen 6-84, Watson 16-124
PASSING: St. Paul – Kaczynski 10-22-0, 125; Middletown – Watson 5-9-0, 62
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Davis 3-7, Aiken 1-14, Moore 6-104; Middletown – Allen 3-18, Baker 1-35; Robert Fasciani 1-9

Enfield 32, St. Paul 21
At Bristol
Enfield (2-3)     8  17  0  7 – 32
St. Paul (1-4)    7    0  8  6 – 21
First quarter
SP: Ryan Moore 63 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Ryan Moore kick)
E: Walter Moon 41 pass from Peter Kelly (John Scanlon run)
Second quarter
E: Adam Loveday 23 FG
E: Brendan Thompson 40 pass from Kelly (Loveday kick)
E: Brendan Greene 42 interception (Loveday kick)
Third quarter
SP: Marcus Aiken 1 run (Aiken run)
Fourth quarter
SP: Kaczynski 2 run (conversion failed)
E: Moon 1 run (Loveday kick)
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul – Marcus Aiken 20-110, Brian Kaczynski 4-7; Enfield – Walter Moon 14-33, Chris Lally 4-8, Pascious Mink 3-16, Pete Kelly 2-4, Eddie Bechard 3-minue 8, Brendan Thompson 2-8
PASSING: St. Paul – Brian Kaczynski 15-30-1, 232; Enfield – Peter Kelly 13-21-1, 221
RECEIVING: St. Paul – Ryan Moore 5-99, Davon Davis 4-48, Rob Cannata 2-38, Marcus Aiken 2-5, Kyle Cruz 2-42; Enfield – Brendon Thompson 3-80, Mink 4-25, Moon 3-99, Nick Tinnerella 2-17

St. Paul 28, East Cath. 6
At Manchester
St. Paul (1-3)         7 13  6  0 -- 28
East Catholic (0-4) 6   0  0  0 -- 6
First quarter
EC: Ben Abitz 3 run (kick failed)
SP: Ryan Moore 30 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Moore kick)
Second quarter
SP: Marcus Aiken 62 run (kick failed)
SP: Aiken 20 interception return (Moore kick)
Third quarter
SP: Rob Cannata 20 pass from Kaczynski (kick failed)
Individual statistics
RUSHING: St. Paul -- Aiken 17-129, Kaczynski 3-5, Davis 3-6, Moore 1-minus 1; East Catholic --  Ben Abitz 20-92, Michael Liguere 9-48, Joseph Everett 7-19, Peter Brazel 2-0, Cody Edsall 1-2
PASSING: St. Paul -- Kaczynski 11-21-1, 143; East Catholic -- Edsall 4-12-1, 33
RECEIVING: St. Paul -- Moore 5-67, Davis 3-20, Cannata 3-44; East Catholic -- Everett 1-14, Abitz 1-7, Desantes 1-2

N.W. Cath. 42, St. Paul 7
At Bristol
NWC (2-1)7  28  7  0  -- 42
St. Paul (0-3)     0    0  0  0  -- 0
First quarter
NW: Joe McAndrews 22 run (Tom Bourdon kick)
Second quarter
NW: Dean Spence 33 run (Bourdon kick)
NW: Tom Bourdon 1 run (Bourdon kick)
NW: Kevin Luenbergar 48 pass from Bourdon (Bourdon kick)
NW: Lucas Walsh 5 pass from Dean Spence (Bourdon kick)
Third quarter
NW: Nathan Tyler 3 run (Bourdon kick)
Fourth quarter
SP: Marcus Aiken 32 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Ryan Moore kick)
Individual statistics
RUSHING: NWC – Joe McAndrews 6-51, Dean Spence 10-80, Tom Bourdon 6-50, Justin Strid 2-5, Nathan Tyler 1-3, Griffin Murphy 3-27; St. Paul – Marcus Aiken 5-40, Davon Davis 11-14, Brian Kaczynski 4-3
PASSING: NWC: Spence 5-13-0, 49; Bourdon 1-3-0, 52; Murphy 2-3; St. Paul – Kaczynski 9-24-2, 132
RECEIVING: NWC: Lucious Coulette 2-23, Nick Balken 1-4; Kevin Levenberger 1-52; Lukas Walsh 2-22; St. Paul – Aiken 6-96, Cannata 1-4; Ryan Moore 2-32

Berlin 40, SP/GT/LM 19
At Bristol
Berlin8  22  10  0 – 40
St. Paul0  0  7  12 – 19
First quarter
B: Jack Cooper 18 run (Cameron Johnson run), 3:00
Second quarter
B: Johnson 21 pass from Jim Connelly (Kevin Tatro run), 11:27
B: Andrew Hornberger 61 punt return (Tatro run), 8:31
B: Cooper 4 run (kick failed), 1:32
Third quarter
B: Tatro 6 run (Connelly kick), 9:53
B: Connelly 32 FG, 4:58
SP: Marcus Aiken 26 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Jon Adamski kick), 0:44
Fourth quarter
SP: Aiken 31 pass from Kaczynski (kick failed), 3:44
SP: Aiken 30 pass from Kaczynski (kick failed), 0:33
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Berlin – Jack Cooper 12-83, Kevin Tatro 12-85, Cameron Johnson 8-61, Andrew Hornberger 2-11, Mike Putnam 2-23, Max Delorenzo 9-34; David Campagna 2-8, Kyle Connelly 1-3; SP/GT/LM – Davon Davis 18-1, Brian Kaczynski 4-5
PASSING: Berlin: Jim Connelly 2-6-0, 33; St. Paul – Brian Kaczynski 10-18-1, 248
RECEIVING: Berlin – Cameron Johnson 2-33, SP/GT/LM: Marcus Aiken 5-129, Ryan Moore 5-119

RHAM 14, St. Paul 8
At Hebron
SP/GT/LM (0-1)       0  0  8  0  -- 8
RHAM/Lyman (1-0)  8  0  6  0  --14
First quarter
RHAM: Tyler Hopson 21 pass from Jon Gonsalves (Zach Surdam pass from Gonsalves)
Third quarter
SP: Marcus Aiken 16 pass from Brian Kaczynski (Ron Cannata pass from Kaczynski), 4:27
RHAM: Hopson 6 pass from Gonsalves (conversion failed)
Individual leaders (partial)
RUSHING: RHAM -- Alex Ost  19-170,Tyler Hopson 2-12, Eric Brainard 11-20, Nick Del Rosso 2-25, Scott Lonardelle 2-4, Gonsalves 10-11, Chris Wysocki 2-1; St.Paul -- Davon Davis 5-7, Brian Kaczynski 7-minus 16
PASSING: Brian Kaczynski (SP) 12-25-1, 150 yards; Jon Gonsalves 3-11-0, 50
RECEIVING: Marcus Aiken (SP) 7-93, Ryan Moore (SP) 2-41, Jon Adamski (SP) 1-7, Ron Cannata (SP) 1-8, Kyle Cruz (SP) 1-1

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