Without a doubt, the greatest misfire of the ballyhooed addition of the FCIAC to the Connecticut Football Scheduling Alliance was the failure to get the 2018 Class LL and Class L teams together on a Friday night, somewhere, somehow in 2019.
Hand, which has won back-to-back Class L championships and finished No. 2 in last year’s final top 10, and Greenwich, last year’s Class LL champion and the reigning No. 1 team, really should be playing. If there was one game we had to get out of this alliance, that was it.