John Marinelli believes he may have scored the first touchdown on Dunning Field. Marinelli was a tight end playing youth football in New Canaan, and his father Lou, the town’s high school coach, got permission to get his son’s team on the field.
The second meeting between father and son. A team that is bitter because it wants to avenge a victory rather than a loss.
There is no shortage of storylines as we begin the second half of the FCIAC football season.
It is midterm time for the FCIAC football season, and the professor is passing out some very favorable grades. A good mood? It may appear that way, but there has been a lot to celebrate during the first five games. There haven’t been many great ones, but a lot of dominant performances by units and individual players, as you will see.
As we get down to the final weeks and the race for state playoff berths become more defined, so will the dramatic storylines.
GREENWICH — Kurt Putnam laughed at the idea of making 90-minute warmups a new tradition, but the Greenwich boys soccer coach may have second thoughts after watching the film of Tuesday’s game against Danbury.