Week 10 High School Football Recap: Windham rolling along, Bloomfield game suspended after player injury

The Windham football team lost 13 seniors to graduation last year and coach Randall Prose wasn’t sure what to expect this season.

But the Whippets are 6-2 and just clinched the ECC Division II title with a 48-0 win over Weaver.

“They’re doing better than I expected,” Prose said. “We lost all those seniors.”

Windham started off the season with a 12-6 win over Griswold/Wheeler, who is now 8-1. The Whippets lost to Killingly then won their next four games, including a 20-13 win over Stonington, who was 6-0 coming in.

“We’re only giving up like 12 points a game,” Prose said. “The defense has been our strength. The offense, we’re struggling a little to score. Our games have been really close.”

Windham is ranked second in Class SS. It plays New Fairfield Thursday in a makeup game from the first game of the season, which was postponed due to bad weather.

Bloomfield-Tolland suspended

Bloomfield’s game against Tolland was suspended in the third quarter Friday night with Bloomfield leading 14-7 after an unidentified Bloomfield player was injured and was transported to the hospital by ambulance.

According to Tolland athletic director Tim McCluskey, the Bloomfield players were shaken up and it was decided the game should be postponed until Monday at 6 p.m. Bloomfield athletic director Allison Borowski said only that there was a player injury and “he’s fine now.”

Here are some top performances from last week:

Maxim Copeland, Windsor: Copeland had two touchdowns, a 79-yard kickoff return to open the game and a 12-yard reception from AJ Robinson in Windsor’s 41-6 victory over Berlin.

Joseph Fahey, RHAM: Fahey scored on a 10-yard run in overtime to give RHAM a 36-28 win over Farmington.

Zach Findley, Southington: Findley had 19 carries for 131 yards and two touchdowns in Southington’s 48-14 victory over Glastonbury.

Joseph Motes, Rocky Hill: Motes passed for 284 yards and two touchdowns and completed 27 of 40 attempts but Rocky Hill lost to South Windsor 28-21.

Ethan Nedinsky, Maloney: Nedinsky completed 15 of 25 pass attempts for 200 yards and five touchdowns in a 38-7 win over Conard. Nedinsky has 26 touchdowns and has passed for over 1,600 yards this season.

Logan Sherwood, South Windsor: Sherwood caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Mitch Chavez in the third quarter and had a 5-yard touchdown run in the second quarter in a 28-20 win over Rocky Hill.

Rashard Williams, Southington: Williams had four touchdowns – a 5-yard run and a 39-yard fumble recovery, a 10-yard pass from CJ DiBenedetto and a 6-yard run – all in the first half to lead Southington past Glastonbury 48-14.