The Varsity football team lost at Exeter on Saturday afternoon 32-2. The Tigers struggled offensively throughout and wore down defensively late in the second quarter. The team will look to rally from a disappointing first effort when we host Brunswick Saturday afternoon at 3:00.
The Varsity football team lost the home opener to Brunswick on Saturday, 28-7. After falling behind 14-0, the Tigers rallied with a kickoff return for a touchdown to make the score 14-7 at halftime. Brunswick responded with an early 3rd quarter touchdown to take back control of the game. Despite some flashes of improved offensive play, the Tigers were not able to find the endzone in the second half. The Tigers will host Deerfield Saturday afternoon at 4:00.
On Saturday, Oct 1st, the varsity football team lost to Deerfield in double overtime 28-27. The Tigers led by two touchdowns late in the third quarter, but Deerfield scored twice in the fourth quarter to even the score. After a scoreless first overtime, the teams traded touchdowns in the second. Deerfield kicked a successful extra point, and the Tigers were stopped on the two-point conversion attempt to win the game.
The boys varsity football team made the long trip to Wyoming Seminary and were defeated 28-14. The Tigers struggled to gain traction right from the start, falling behind 14-0 in the first half. Two second half scores were not enough to keep up with the home team on this afternoon. The Tigers return home to host BB&N on Parents/Reunion weekend Friday night at 7:00.
|Kingsley Acho||2023||North Richland Hills, TX|
|Guru Anand||2025||Suffield, CT|
|Luke Arnold||2025||Hopkinton, MA|
|Kayden Bennett||2026||Windsor, CT|
|Joshua Boies||2023||Katonah, NY|
|Jacob Brook||2025||Northfield, MA|
|Joseph Brook||2023||Northfield, MA|
|John Caron||2024||Suffield, CT|
|Anthony Cieszko||2023||New Canaan, CT|
|William Clay||2024||Sharon, MA|
|Ryan Elloras||2025||New York, NY|
|Charles Gamere||2025||Holbrook, MA|
|Joshua Gamere||2025||Holbrook, MA|
|Constantine Georgiopoulos||2026||New York, NY|
|Anthony Greco||2025||Rocky Hill, CT|
|Jason Hall||2023||Fall River, MA|
|Cole Higgins||2023||South Windsor, CT|
|Mekhi Johnson||2023||Broad Brook, CT|
|Charlie Kaludis||2025||San Francisco, CA|
|Preston Lambeth||2026||New Canaan, CT|
|Andrew Lange||2025||Tolland, CT|
|Deegan Laube||2023||Remsenburg, NY|
|Henry Levin||2023||Westport, CT|
|William Ludwig||2026||Suffield, CT|
|Chris Mauthe||2023||Rumson, NJ|
|Brayden Mazzoni||2023||Bridgeport, CT|
|Luis Montalvo||2025||Wethersfield, CT|
|Austin Moore||2023||Feeding Hills, MA|
|Bryan Moore||2025||Feeding Hills, MA|
|Dayyan O'Neal||2023||Savannah, GA|
|Kiefer Priest||2024||Lake Forest, IL|
|Andrew Rana||2025||Sag Harbor, NY|
|Austin Rappaport||2025||Simsbury, CT|
|Connor Roman||2023||Owings Mills, MD|
|Alijah Sanford||2025||Canton, CT|
|Lucas Segal||2023||San Francisco, CA|
|Conor Tashjian||2024||Longmeadow, MA|
|Darian Thomson||2024||Canton, MA|
|Brenden Toppin||2024||Glastonbury, CT|
|Leo Vanslack||2024||Oakville, ON|
|Benjamin White||2025||West Hartford, CT|
|Zhixin Zhang||2025||Zhengzhou, Henan|
While the Suffield football program has enjoyed a great deal of success over the last decade, winning championships is not the program’s sole goal.
Coaches stress the importance of enthusiasm, character, and commitment, values important not just for football but for life. These lessons of teamwork and citizenship have proved a successful foundation for a winning program.
During the past 13 seasons, the Tigers have a record of 96-19, have participated in 11 NEPSAC bowl games, and have won 7 New England Championships. The Tigers have several alumni currently playing football at various colleges throughout the country including Michigan, Miami, Penn State, Michigan State, Syracuse, Arkansas, UConn, UPenn, Georgetown, Lehigh, Richmond, Fordham, Elon UNH, URI, Bentley, Williams, Colby, Pomona Pitzer, Trinity, Union, Hobart, and Sacred Heart.
NEPSAC Bowl Champions 1992 • 2004 • 2008 • 2009 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • 2019