A look around Connecticut for high school football updates on this Thanksgiving. You can click on each of the links above to be taken to a specific group of updates. Pete Paguaga, Sean Patrick Bowley and Mike Fornabaio contributed to this post. Please note all final high school scores will be located on our scoreboard. FCIAC Darien-New Canaan -- New Canaan beats Darien 13-10 #cthsfb -- NC defense stops Doll again. Wasnt even close. Rams defense stands tall, 1:47 left - NC leading 13-10 #cthsfb -- Darien facing 4nG from the 2 after Doll gets stuffed. Wave going for it #cthsfb -- Doll scampers down the NC 3, 3n3 2:12 left #cthsfb -- Doll to Herget from a deep pass down to about the 10 on 4n9. Darien cookin #cthsfb -- No. 6 New Canaan still leading Darien 13-10, 6:59 left. ... Defenses dominating. #ctshfb -- End 3 New Canaan 13 Darien 10 #cthsfb -- Groff 47 yard field goal gives New Canaan 13-10 lead #cthsfb -- Telesco 17 yard TD run for NC after a Darien INT. 10-10 10:13 left in third\u00a0 -- Halftime: Darien 10, New Canaan 3 -- Groff 20 yard FG gets New Canaan on the board. Darien 10 NC 3 :07 left in half. -- Doll 5 yard TD run after a NC fumble and Blue Wave leads 10-0 9:33 left in half. -- Darien leads 3-0 after first quarter. -- Darien takes 3-0 lead on a 34-yard field goal. 4:56 left 1st quarter.\u00a0 -- You can watch a live feed here as well. -- A good story here from Dave Stewart on the Silvestri family involvement in the Turkey Bowl. Son Chris is defensive coordinator, father John defensive line coach. -- Darien can clinch a Class L playoff spot with a victory. New Canaan is already in the Class L field and could get a home game if other results fall the right way. New Canaan has won four in a row.\u00a0 Greenwich-Staples -- Greenwich drops it on 4th down, rough ending for Cardinals. Staples sideline going wild, Wreckers hang on. Tremendous football game. No. 9 Staples 39, No. 3 Greenwich 38 FINAL #cthsfb -- Cards called for false start on 4th down, now 4n5, 29 left, your ball game #cthsfb -- Staples responds - Smith finds William Holeman for the score, extra point is good too.\u00a0 Wreckers back in front 39-38, 1:06 left. Based on the last 15 minutes, that\u2019s plenty of time. #cthsfb -- Smith finds Clark down the middle after taking a hit on the Greenwich blitz; connects again, Staples 2n10 fronm the Greenwich 11 after spiking it. #cthsfb -- Staples gets a good return to their 46 yard line. #cthsfb -- Wow - first play for Greenwich following the punt, Jack Konigsberg breaks off a 51-yard run for the score. Cardinals also pull off the 2 pt. conversion.\u00a0 -- Greenwich leads 38-32. 1:49 left. #cthsfb -- Cardinals have it at their own 49-yard line. 2:00 left. #cthsfb -- Greenwich forces Staples to punt. Timeout Greenwich, 2:08 left. Cardinals trailing 32-30. #cthsfb -- CARDINALS!!! Wilson to Dixon for the TD. Dixon with a contested catch and fights his way to the pylon on 4th down. Tremendous play. ... No. 9 Staples 32, No. 3 Greenwich 30 - 2:33 left #cthsfb -- Not done yet. Jack Wilson connects with Charlie Dixon from 20 yards away. 2:33 left, Staples leads 32-30. #cthsfb -- 22-yard field goal good by Staples. They can taste it, they lead 32-23 over Greenwich with 5:39 left. #cthsfb -- Wreckers drill a FG, No. 9 Staples 32, No. 3 Greenwich 23, less than 6 min left in the 4th. ... Big points to make it a 2 possesion game. --\u00a0 Staples forces a three-and-out. Wreckers have it at their own 41-yard line, leading 29-23. 9:30 left. #cthsfb -- WRECKERS TD!! Smith to Petrecino on a quick slant on 4th down. Smith to Clark for the 2pt - No. 9 Staples 29, No. 3 Greenwich 23 in the 4th #cthsfb -- Wreckers threatning from inside the 10 to open the 4th in Westport, Greenwich leading 23-21 #cthsfb -- WOW, Cardinals!! George Vomvolakis with an 80-yard kick off return, 2 point good. No. 3 Greenwich 21, No. 9 Staples 21 - 338 left in 3rd Q #chsfb -- Smith TD pass extends Wreckers lead. PAT good, No. 9 Staples 21, No. 3 Greenwich 13 - 3rd QB -- Caleb Smith scrambles for a 5-yard TD, PAT good, No. 9 Staples 14, No. 3 Greenwich 13 - 3rd Q #cthsfb -- Staples defense stops Greenwich on the opening possession of the second half. Wreckers take over on their own 48-yard line down 13-7. #cthsfb -- No. 3 Greenwich 13, No. 9 Staples 7 HALF. Wreckers threatend to score before the half, but another INT by Cardinals ended the drive.\u00a0 -- Tyler Clark TD catch gets Wreckers on the board. PAT good, No. 3 Greewich 7, No. 9 Staples 7; late 2nd Q -- Koingsberg pounds it in, Cards offensive line dominant on the drive. No. 3 Greenwich 7, No. 9 Staples 0, 2nd Q -- After one quarter of play, we are scoreless. Greenwich driving at the Staples 11-yard line to open the second quarter. #cthsfb -- Greenwich already has a Class LL home game secured and can guarantee itself a potential semifinal home game with a win. With a win, Staples gives itself a shot at a LL home game; a loss could, if the points shake out, set up a rematch. Greenwich has won five straight. Ludlowe-Warde -- Aaron Field with a 74-yard TD run to extend the Ludlowe lead to 28-15 over Warde with 4:41 remaining. Field two-point conversion run. Field also with an INT to set up the score. #cthsfb -- Ludlowe retakes the lead on a 25-yard TD run by Aaron Field. Two point try no good. Falcons lead Warde 20-15 with 8:13 left #cthsfb -- Michael Palladino runs in a 7-yard TD run for Ludlowe before Warde answers with a 5-yard pass from Charlie Gulbin to Will Rottkamp. Falcons lead the Mustangs 14-7 with 5:30 left in third #cthsfb -- Halftime: Ludlowe 7 Warde 0. Updates from our friend Shawn Sailer -- End of one: Ludlowe 7 Warde 0 #cthsfb -- Updates from our friend Shawn Sailer -- Jack Ransome one-yard TD run set up by a couple long Aaron Field runs. Ludlowe leads Warde 7-0 with 8:46 left first quarter #cthsfb -- Fairfield Warde has already clinched a .500 season for the first time since 2019 and has a chance to clinch a season above .500 for the first time since 2014. The winner gets the Gallagher\/Banyas Trophy. Ludlowe has won two straight.\u00a0 McMahon-Norwalk -- Final: McMahon 42, Norwalk 13 #cthsfb -- McMahon 28, Norwalk 7. Halftime, -- Norwalk has won seven straight in the series and the winner gets the Sam Testa Trophy.\u00a0 Stamford-Westhill -- Final: Stamford 33, Westhill 6 -- Stamford leads 27-6, start of 3rd quarter -- Stamford has won four in a row in the series and the winner gets the Frank Robotti Trophy.\u00a0 St. Joseph-Trumbull --\u00a0 Final: St. Joseph 20, Trumbull 17. Spoelstra drills 21-yarder to win it #cthsfb Believe that clinches No. 1 seed for the Hogs in Class L. -- St Joe's on the 5 with 13.1 left. Hogs take a TO\u00a0 Game is still tied 17-17 #cthsfb -- St Joe's on Trumbull\u2019s 28 with 25 seconds left #cthsfb -- St Joe's defense holds by inches on the measurement. Hogs take over on own 13 with 2:02 left. Game is tied 17-17 #cthsfb -- Trumbull takes over with 830 left. Game is tied at 17-17 #cthsfb --\u00a0 End of 3Q. Trumbull 17, St Joes 17 #cthsfb -- Trumbull\u2019s Zaslow drills 27 yard FG and it\u2019s tied 17-17 with 6:45 left in 3Q #cthsfb --\u00a0 St. Joes gets into the end zone as Singewald hits Mickey Covino for a 4-yard TD. Trumbull 14, St Joes 10 with 3:05 left in half #cthsfb --\u00a0 Trumbull scores as Jordan Black pounds it in from 2 yards out.\u00a0 Trumbull 14, St Joes 3 with 7:13 left in 2Q #cthsfb\u00a0 For those at home that was Jordan Black\u2019s first carry of the season. --\u00a0 St. Joseph\u2019s Spoelstra kicks 26 yard FG. Trumbull 7, St. Joseph 3 with 11:14 left in 2Q #cthsfb --\u00a0 End of 1Q: Trumbull 7, St. Joseph 0. The Hogs are knocking on the door facing a 3rd and 5 from the Trumbull 11 when we return #cthsfb -- Trumbull strikes first as Hunter Agosti hits Ben Carley for 25-yard TD on 3rd and 23. Trumbull leads 7-0 over St Joseph with 3:49 left in 1Q #cthsfb -- Riley Jordan will play for St. Joseph today. -- St. Joseph has already qualified and already is hosting a playoff game in Class L, now it's looking at the top seed with a victory. Trumbull has a chance to host a Class LL playoff game with a win, depending on other scores. St. Joseph has won four in a row. SCC Branford-East Haven -- Nate Florio with his 2nd TD RUN Branford up 28-0 #cthsfb -- Halftime Branford leads East Haven 21-0 #cthsfb -- Branford increases the lead to 21-0 with a Nate Florio TD run. 11:55 to go in Q2. -- Cole Snider 5 yard TD run Branford 14-0 #cthsfb -- Branford takes an early 7-0 lead on @EHavenAthletics with a Jermaine Smalls touchdown run. 7:33 left in Q1 -- Branford has won the last four meetings. Branford is fighting for one of the final two playoff spots in Class M. At least as the week begins, the Hornets are not mathematically in with a win, and they're not mathematically out with a loss. Not surprisingly, a win makes it easier. \u00a0 Foran-Law -- Final: Law 60, Foran 29 -- Betancourt 9 yd TD run. Law leads Foran 60-29 w 2:07 left #ctsfb -- John Neider 75 yard TD run, 4th of game. Law up 54-29 w 6:12 left #cthsfb -- Amadeus Betancourt 4 yard TD run has Law up 48-29 over Foran #cthsfb -- Tyler Nethercott stops Foran drive w Int. Law up 41-29 after 3 #cthsfb -- John Neider 29 yard TD pass to Matt Hagerty . 41-29 Law #cthsfb -- Gabriel Bonessi 1 yard TD run gets Foran within 35-29 w 5:35 left 3rd qtr #cthsfb -- Halftime. Law leads Foran 35-22 #cthsfb -- John Neider again. 9 yard TD run. Law up 35-22 with 1:33 left in half\u00a0 -- Neider \u00a09yard TD run for 28-22 Law lead w 3:62 left first half.\u00a0 -- Foran takes 22-21 lead with 4:33 left first half on Jack Cushman to Juan LaBoy 7 yard pass #cthsfb -- Jack Cushman to James Cobain 5 yard TD. Foran trails Law 21-15 w 9:09 left first half -- Sam Costantini 7 yard TD run has Law on top of Foran 21-8 with 23 seconds left in 1st qtr #cthsfb -- Pace of this game is insane. John Neider to Matt Hagerty 39 yard TD. Law leads 14-8 with 4:26 left first qtr #cthsfb -- Matt Miller 8 yard TD run for Foran w 5:24 left 1st qtr. Lions lead 8-7 after run on conversion #cthsfb -- John Neider 21 yard TD run after Int. Law up 7-0 1:48 in #cthsfb -- Since this rivalry began in the 1970s, never have the two teams brough such gaudy records into the matchp. But unlike that classic, 2017 encounter, won by Law, playoffs are not on the line. This year marks the first time both Law and Foran have reached the postseason. Seedings on the line for their respective divisions. Law can clinch at least one Class M home game with a win. Foran will get a home game and possibly the No. 1 seed in Class SS with a win. Joe Morelli breaks down what it means to the town of Milford to have both teams in the CIAC playoffs. Green Bowl: Hamden-Notre Dame West Haven -- FINAL: Notre Dame-West Haven 27, Hamden 14 #cthsfb -- Q4, 1:48: Piechota runs it in from 28 yards out to extend NDWH\u2019s lead to 27-14 over Hamden #cthsfb -- Q4, 5:01: NDWH reclaims the lead, 20-14, on a 5-yard TD from Piechota to Christian Lewis #cthsfb -- Q3, 10:12: Hamden cuts into the NDWH lead, 14-7, on a 38-yard rushing TD by Shawn Mills Jr. #cthsfb --\u00a0 HALFTIME: Notre Dame-West Haven 14, Hamden 0 #cthsfb -- Q2, 5:20: NDWH extends its lead over Hamden to 14-0 on a 15-yard rushing TD by Jacob Staton #cthsfb --\u00a0 END Q1: NDWH 7, Hamden 0 #cthsfb -- Q1, 8:31: NDWH takes a 7-0 lead over Hamden on a 33-yard TD pass from Matthew Piechota to Ralph Sarno #cthsfb -- Hamden will wear green jerseys Thursday since it defeated NDWH last year for the first time in 14 tries on its way to a playoff berth in Class LL. The Dragons have already qualified this time, and can nab a home game with a victory. Notre Dame-West Haven can get a possible home game in Class M with a win. This is the 71st playing of the Green Bowl. Hillhouse-Cross -- Elm City Bowl football: Third quarter ends with Wilbur Cross leading Hillhouse 14-6\u00a0 -- Elm City Bowl football: We are at halftime with Wilbur Cross leading Hillhouse 14-6. Wilbur Cross QB Jamel Lee was the star of the first half with a 2-yard TD run and 75-yard TD pass #cthsfb -- Elm City Bowl football: QB Jamel Lee scores on \u00a02-yard run up the middle and he adds a 2-point rush to give Wilbur Cross a 14-6 lead over Hillhouse with 13 seconds to go 2nd quarter #cthsfb -- Elm City Bowl football: First quarter ends with Hillhouse and Wilbur Cross tied at 6\u00a0 -- Elm City Bowl football: Wilbur Cross QB Jamel Lee connects with Elijah Jean-Guillaume for 75-yard TD pass to tie Hillhouse at 6 with 5:36 to go 1st quarter. 2-point run failed #cthsfb -- Elm City Bowl football: Joe Williams returns fumble 68 yards to give Hillhouse a 6-0 lead with 6:34 to go 1st quarter. 2-pt pass failed. #cthsfb -- The Elm City Bowl championship is on the line. It will be the final game for Hillhouse coach Reggie Lytle who announced he is stepping down at the end of the season. Hillhouse has won the last three meetings.\u00a0 Lyman Hall-Sheehan -- Sheehan 37, Lyman Hall 28. Final -- Sheehan scores with 4:12 remaining to lead 37-28.\u00a0 -- Sheehan leads 31-28. 7 minutes left. From Meriden Record Journal -- END 1Q: Sheehan leads Lyman Hall 3-0 from Meriden Record Journal -- Sheehan has won nine straight in this series. But Lyman Hall still leads the Carini Bowl 26-23. NVL Ansonia-Naugatuck -- Ansonia 18, Naugatuck 10, final #cthsfb -- Naugatuck uses last time out, 2:02 left, Ansonia up w the ball, 3-7 N 27... and gets to the 23. Fourth coming #cthsfb -- Cassetti 27 run with 5:36 to go. Kick blocked by Jaylen Martinez. Ansonia leads Naugatuck 18-10 #cthsfb -- Ansonia eats 6 mins of the 3rd but doesn't get in from 1-goal 10. Still 10-6 Naugatuck #cthsfb -- Kaminski to Cassetti for a 10-yd td with 6 seconds left in the half. Naugatuck leads Ansonia 10-6 at halftime. Penalty on the PAT, and the kick failed -- Dom DeSousa 34-yd FG, Naugatuck leads Ansonia 10-0 a minute into the 2nd quarter #cthsfb -- Naugatuck leadsAnsonia 7-0 after 1 -- Stone rolls right, has Gendron wide open. Naugatuck leads Ansonia 7-0, 5m left 1st #cthsfb -- Both teams are already in the playoffs: Ansonia is the No. 1 seed in S; Naugy can get a home game and \u2014 possibly \u2014 the top seed in Class L with a win and a St. Joseph loss. Otherwise, this is for a the NVL D1 title. Derby-Oxford -- Final: Oxford 40, Derby 20 -- 3 minutes left in \u201cThe Boot\u201d score still Oxford 40-14 Derby\u00a0 -- Oxford 27, Derby 14 -- Oxford 27 Derby 0\u00a0 -- Oxford 20 Derby 0 2nd\u00a0 -- Oxford 13 Derby 0 #cthsfb Not complete.\u00a0 -- The Boot' is the prize in this new Valley Thanksgiving matchup for both schools, but especially Derby, whose 109-year run as Shelton's opponent ended last year. Mike Fornabaio has a nice story here on how this rivalry started and the history behind the boot, which goes back to colonial times. Gilbert\/NW\/Housy-St. Paul\u00a0 GNH, which has already clinched the NVL Division II title in its inaugural season in the league, will reach the Class SS playoffs with victory in this new Thanksgiving game. A loss and it's in big trouble unless somebody else loses. Torrington-Watertown Teams Battle for the Helmet in this 60-game series. Holy Cross-Wolcott Holy Cross has clinched at least one home game in the Class S playoffs. With a win and the right points, it will be the second seed.\u00a0 Crosby-Kennedy A win for Crosby would give the program its most wins in season (6) since it went 9-2 in 2008. Others Cheshire-Southington -- Southington 21, Cheshire 14. Final. Now we check the scoreboard on Cheshire\u2019s behalf. #cthsfb -- 4th and 30 for Cheshire on its own 15, Ray Williams \u2014 who\u2019s been great today \u2014 gets the pickoff and takes it down to the Cheshire 2. #cthsfb -- Jeffery scores on 4th and 1 from the 4. Cheshire within 21-14, 4:12 left. -- Cheshire recovers the onside kick\u2026 down 21-7 with 6:55 left #cthsfb --\u00a0 Matt Jeffery is good at football. He leads a drive with a couple of hugs catches, scores to get Cheshire within 21-7 of Southington, 7:02 left however #cthsfb -- Lincoln Cardillo from \u00a0Benedetto. 21-0 Southington late 3 #cthsfb -- Williams takes a screen all the way to the Cheshire 28, a quick pass to Cardillo and it\u2019s 21-0 Southington. 3:30 left 3. Rams in big trouble #cthsfb -- Southington gets midfield position, but Cheshire forces the punt. Takes over at own 5, down 14-0 early 3 #cthsfb -- Southington leads Cheshire 14-0 at the half. Rams have had chances, thanks to Jeffery, but have turned the ball over on downs in Southington territory twice #cthsfb -- Cheshire again turns ball over on downs at the S36 with 3+ left to go before halftime. Still Southington 6-0 #cthsfb -- Mike Simeone INT for Cheshire ends the threat. Still 6-0 Southington. Early 2nd. -- End 1: Southington 6, Cheshire 0 --\u00a0 Southington takes the opening kick and uses heavy dozes of Lincoln Cardillo, who scores from 4yds out. His XP goes into the line.\u00a0 Southington 6, Cheshire 0 6 left 1st #cthsfb -- Southington has won nine straight since Cheshire's last win was 2011. Southington's playoff spot is secure, and it clinches at least one Class LL home game with a win. Cheshire's situation is more dire. They must win or likely get bumped from the Class L playoffs (unless the other L contenders lose). Central-Harding -- Final: Harding 49, Central 18 -- Halftime: Harding 14, Central 6. -- It is the 100th meeting between the programs on Thanksgiving. Harding has won the last seven meetings, but Bridgeport Central won the 10 meetings before that. Do yourself a favor and read Chris Elsberry's look back on the first 99 games. A really good read. Westerly (RI)-Stonington Westerly made a run to the Division II semifinals in Rhode Island, losing to St. Raphael Academy, 19-7. The Bulldogs have won four straight in the series since 2016. This is the 162nd meeting of the border teams. Plainfield-Griswold\/Wheeler Plainfield won last year for just the second time in the series\u2019 18-game history. Bacon Academy-RHAM -- End 3rd RHAM 34, Bacon Academy 6 per Rich Zalusky of Willimantic Chronicle -- Halftime\u00a0 RHAM 27, Bacon 6 -- RHAM 20, Bacon 6 8:24 left 2nd qtr per Rich Zalusky of Willimantic Chronicle -- RHAM 13-0 about 8 minutes left 1st qtr -- RHAM 6, Bacon 0 9:50 left 1st qtr -- RHAM is already qualified for a Class M playoff berth, the school's first in football, and is playing for seeding. A decided underdog, Bacon is playing for the upset and a 2-win season. Weaver-Hartford Public -- Hartford Public 44, Weaver 8. Final. -- After a six-season absence this rivalry is back for the 92nd Turkey Game. Hartford Public has won six straight, with Weaver\u2019s last win coming in 2008. Hartford Public is in good shape for a Class M playoff spot with a win, though it starts the week needing some additional help to clinch it. Pequot Rockville-Ellington -- Final: Rockville 40, Ellington 20. Rockville will host Class M quarterfinal Tuesday. From Manchester JI -- 4:11 to go in 3rd and Rockville leads Ellington 34-14.\u00a0 -- Rockville leads Ellington 28-14 with 7:27 to go in 3rd #cthsfb From Carl Adamac, Manchester JI -- Ellington 14, Rockville 12. Halftime. From Carl Adamac, Manchester JI -- Rockville 6, Ellington 0, midway through 1st Q -- At 7-2, Rockville is a Class M playoff team and will finish somewhere from second to fifth. At 7-2, Ellington is not a Class SS playoff team and will need, not just a victory here, but at least two of the teams ahead of it to lose. The Knights will know at kickoff if it's a realistic hope. SWC Bunnell-Stratford -- Thru 3 here at Penders, all Bunnell 45-0 over Stratford. Will reclaim Manning Harvey Trophy. #cthsfb -- Stratford tries the hook and ladder, doesnt work, Mike Ricketts with the fumble return for the TD on tbe lateral. 45-0 Bunnell, 3rd quarter. #cthsfb -- Michael Trovarelli with tbe 18 yard TD. Bunnell 39-0 over Stratford. Trovarelli needs 53 for 2000...unofficially. #cthsfb -- Jordan Pierce on tbe 25-yd TD catch for Bunnell. Gets both feet down. 3rd play from scrimmage in the 2nd half. 31-0 Bulldogs over Stratford.\u00a0 -- Michael Trovarelli with 71 yards on 11 carries. Bunnell senior needs 88 yards in the 2nd half unofficially to reach 2,000 on the season. He does have a 34 yard TD reception. -- Bunnell held Stratford to two first half first downs. -- Darian Maxwell with Bunnell's 3rd interception on the final play of the 1st half. Bunnell leads Stratford 23-0. #cthsfb -- Eamon Moran with his second interception return for a TD, this one for 78 yards. All Bunnell, 23-0 over Stratford, late 2nd q. #cthsfb -- Eamon Moran with the 40 yard INT return for the TD. For Bunnell. 15-0 Bunnell over Stratford, 2nd q. #cthsfb -- Stratford D holds. Matt Stewart 24 yd FG. 9-0 Bunnell. -- Michael Trovarelli with the 34 yard TD reception for Bunnell. Kick blocked, 6-0 Bulldogs over Stratford. #cthsfb -- Bunnell\u2019s Michael Trovarelli is just 159 yards away from rushing for 2,000 yards on the season. Stratford won last year, breaking a four game losing streak. The Manning E. Harvey Trophy is on the line. CCC Maloney-Platt -- Maloney leads Platt 17-7 with 1:19 to go in the 1H. From Record-Journal -- Maloney leads Platt 10-7 with 10:09 left in the 1H.\u00a0 From Record-Journal -- Maloney running TD. PAT good. 7-7. 25 secs to go in the first. #cthsfb -- Platt leads Maloney 7-0 with 3:24 to go in the 1Q. #cthsfb From Record-Journal -- Maloney is looking at a Class L home game with a victory and a little help. Platt clinches a Class MM playoff spot with a win and would need an awful lot to go its way to qualify with a loss.\u00a0 Bristol Central-Bristol Eastern Teams play for The Battle of the Bell, which has been won five straight times by Bristol Central. This is the 63rd game in the series.\u00a0 ECC Killingly-Woodstock Academy -- Killingly- 28, Woodstock Academy- 0 2:53 2Q -- Dreibholz to Noah Colangelo for a 65 yard TD, 21-0 Killingly with 3:54 left in the half\u00a0 -- Killingly 14, Woodstock Academy 0 -- Killingly- 7 Woodstock Academy- 0 End of 1Q\u00a0 -- Killingly's playoff spot is clinched, but a win secures at least one Class MM home game.\u00a0 New London-Norwich Free Academy -- Half: NFA 14, New London 0. #cthsfb From Gavin Keefe of the Day -- End 1 NFA 6, New London 0 -- NFA has won three in a row in the longest Thanksgiving rivalry game. This is the 160th meeting of the two programs. Waterford-East Lyme -- Waterford 21-14. 33:7 left in this, the second quarter....\u00a0 -- Waterford 15, East Lyme 7. 7:35 2Q per Ned Griffen of The Day -- Waterford 8, East Lyme 7. 1:15 1Q.. -- A six-win season for Waterford or a .500 season for East Lyme. East Lyme is in decent shape for a Class S playoff spot with a win, and at least as the week began wasn't mathematically out with a loss.\u00a0 Ledyard-Fitch -- Fitch denies 2 point conversion and leads Ledyard 30-28 with 903 left #cthsfb per Mike Dimauro -- 216 in third: Fitch 30, Ledyard 14 per Mike Dimauro -- 116 left first: Fitch 22, Ledyard 0 #cthsfb per Mike Dimauro, The Day of New London -- Colonel Ledyard\u2019s Sword goes to the victor. Ledyard still needs to win the game to qualify in Class S, or sombebody else in theClass SS race below will need to chip in by losing, too.