Killingly wins Connecticut Class M state title


After falling behind 14-7 in the first quarter, Killlingly ripped-off 34 unanswered points against Joel Barlow to capture the Connecticut Class M state championship with a 41-14 victory.  The victory gave Killingly its first state championship since 1996 along with a perfect 13-0 season.

Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year Spencer Lockwood rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

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