The Indians were defeated 30-14 by East Haven. North Haven’s scores came on passes from Geno Schiavo to Damian Carrano. The first was good for 55 yards and the second for 80 yards. Chase DeCarlo added a 2-point conversion kick. Taray Smart made several touchdown-saving tackles and David Pace added an interception.
The Indians evened their record at 1-1 with a 19-12 victory over Old Saybrook/Westbrook. Despite giving up a score to Old Saybrook on its first drive, North Haven took a 7-6 lead when Ryan Balzano threw a 37-yard pass to Matt Dodge for a touchdown. OSW would take a 12-7 lead into the half, but was shut down the rest of the way.
Sebastian DeRubeis scored a third-quarter touchdown on a 1-yard run to give the Indians a lead they would not relinquish. Jake Langer added a 26-yard touchdown run in the fourth to cap the scoring.
The Indian defense was led by Kennyel Santiago, Riley Sykes and Aiden Rapuano.
North Haven beat Manchester by a score of 15-0. The Indians were led by the running duo of Jeffrey Karvas and Joey Iamunno, each scoring a touchdown. Mateo Raiano added an extra point with a diving catch to put North Haven up 7-0 at halftime.
Leading the way up front for Karvas and Iamunno were Sal Demaio, Sal Schepisi, Michael Masto, Daniel Mark Thomas and Peter Harkins.
North Haven’s defense was led by Joey Taft, Bennett Della Valle, Chayse Mangino, Yousef Gerbril, Tarik Elmammann and Ryan Skronski, who had an interception to seal the win.
North Haven lost to the Madison Tigers 13-6. Christian Mongillo had his team’s only touchdown, on a great run. The TD run was set up by a pass thrown by Joey Mastroianni to Tyler Dimauro. North Haven moved the ball well, but was faced with a lot of penalties.
The Indian defense played a great game. Christian DeMaio had an interception, and the defensive line had most of the team’s tackles, led by Luca Fauklner, Tyler Sullivan, Bryan Moran and Jeff Davis.
The Indians defeated a physical Clinton team 28-12. North Haven’s Damian Carrano opened the scoring with a 56-yard touchdown. Patrick lilis added the second score on a 2-yard plunge to make the game 12-6. Chase DeCarlo added the 2-point kick to make it 14-6. Anthony Rapuano scored on a 23-yard TD to put his team up 20-12. A 34-yard TD pass from Rapuano to James Loda put the game away. DeCarlo added his second conversion.
Geno Schiavo tossed several completions to James Yoshua, Chris Bracale and Justin Perille. Defensively, the line of Alex Dejesus, Jake Foley Joe Verillo and Tyler Vetrano held the Huskies running attack in check.
The Indians were defeated by Southington 28-12. Michael Bachmann and Ryan Balzano scored touchdowns for the locals.
The Indian defense was led by strong efforts by Matt Dodge, Jake Langner and Nick Judd.
North Haven beat Southington by a score of 25-19. The Indians were led by the running attack of Jeffrey Karvas and Joey Iamunno, each scoring two touchdowns.
Opening the holes up front for Karvas and Iamunno were Michael Bolduc, Michael Masto, Daniel Mark Thomas and Peter Harkins.
North Haven’s defense was led by Joey Taft, Bennett Della Valle, Chayse Mangino, Ryan Skronski and Drew Grillo, who sealed the victory with an interception in the last minute of the game.
North Haven kicked off the 2016 season with a 19-6 win over Newtown. With touchdowns from Adam Pandolfi, Ryan Bernardo and Matt Bosticco, North Haven was able to control the game with the run. The defense, led by Jacob Daigle, Brendan Ryan and Cameron Carrano, shut down Newtown’s passing attack. Nick Harkins and Conner Rapuano also played well on defense for the victors.
North Haven won its home opener, besting Manchester 20-0. Chris Cretella had two touchdowns and Tyler Dimauro had one. Christian DeMaio and Jake Pieper each had a 1-point conversion. The Indians’ offensive and defensive linemen played well. Tyler Sullivan, Brian Moran, Jefferey Davis, Noah Huntley, Steven Piccirillo and Luca Faulkner were a few of the linemen who shined.