St. Joseph tops Ansonia for Connecticut Class S title

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St. Joseph, ranked No. 2 in the High School Football America Connecticut Top 10, rallied from a 28-7 third quarter deficit to beat defending Class S state champ Ansonia 42-36 Monday night to capture the 2017 Class S title.  The championship game was moved from Saturday after snow hit the northeast.

Both teams finish the season 12-1.

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