STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford High School football coach Bryan Hocter says he and his team are past settling for "moral victories." After posting a 6-4 record last year and with most starters returning, the Black Knights are poised to make the jump to contender in their conference.
In the video, Hocter talks about the excitement of building on a winning season and playing on a new field at Stamford High School. He also discusses the progress of second-year starting quarterback Bryan Boderick. In his 10th year at Stamford High and his second as head coach, Hocter says his wide receiving corps is the best he has seen in his tenure.
Stamford will christen the newly renamed Andy Robustelli Field with its season opener against Harding on Friday, Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. Stamford will also host Ridgefield, St. Joseph, Trinity Catholic and New Canaan on its home turf. The Black Knights will make road trips to Norwalk High, Fairfield Ludlowe, Brien McMahon and Westhill for their annual Thanksgiving Day tussle.
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