Game 1 (Sept. 10): Foran 43, Lyman Hall 18
A 79-yard touchdown connection between quarterback Kadin DeWallace and wide receiver Cam Pragano was the highlight of the SCC Tier 3 loss at home to the Lions on opening night.
Game 2 (Sept. 24): Plainville 21, Lyman Hall 12
Playing their first of four Connecticut Football Alliance games, the Trojans fell at home to the Blue Devils of the Central Connecticut Conference. Gavin Janowski broke free for a 38-yard touchdown run and Kadin DeWallace went up top to Cam Pragano for a 43-yard aerial strike.
Game 3 (Oct. 1): Ledyard 39, Lyman Hall 20
The Trojans dropped their second Alliance game in as many weeks at Fitzgerald Field, falling to the unbeaten Colonels, who got 3 TDs and 197 rushing yards from Ryan Outlow. For LH, Jacob Seamans picked off a pass and returned it 60 yards for a touchdown. Cam Pragano caught a TD pass from Kadin DeWallace and threw one to Seamans.
Game 4 (Oct. 8): Lyman Hall 47, East Haven 13
Lyman Hall took to the ground on offense, played take-away on defense and came away with its first victory of the season against an East Haven squad returning to action for the first time since opening night. The visiting Trojans piled up seven rushing TDs. RB Ryan Bannon and QB Kadin DeWallace had three apiece, with Bannon ripping off 171 yards on 20 carries. Gavin Janowski also scored for LH.
Game 5 (Oct. 15): Branford 34, Lyman Hall 0
The Trojans could not build on their first win of the season in this SCC Tier 3 game in Branford. The host Hornets converted a few key fourth downs to build a 21-0 lead by halftime. The Trojans, sorely missing leading receiver Cam Progano, lost for the season to injury, suffered their first shutout of the season and hit the midway point at 1-4.
Game 6 (Oct. 22): New Fairfield 42, Lyman Hall 6
The undefeated Rebels grabbed immediate control of this Alliance game on their home turf by returning the opening kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. The Trojans got their six points when Gavin Janowski hauled in a 17-yard pass from Kadin DeWallace.
Game 7 (Oct. 29): ND-Fairfield 48, Lyman Hall 0
The second straight Alliance game on the road didn’t go any better for the Trojans than the first. Notre Dame-Fairfield scored six times and held LH to just a pair of first downs in establishing a 41-0 lead by halftime at Kennedy Stadium in Bridgeport.
Game 8 (Nov. 5): Harding 34, Lyman Hall 21
The Trojans ran a successful onside on the opening kickoff, QB Kadin DeWallace ran for 116 yards and threw a touchdown pass to tight end Ethan Saez, Christian Roman-Koenig rushed for a TD and Mike Fisher returned a kickoff for a score. Harding, however, scored the SCC crossover victory at Fitzgerald Field behind a 70-yard TD pass, punt and kickoff returns, and a game-icing pick-six.
Game 9 (Nov. 11): Lyman Hall 42, Bassick 0
Returning to Bridgeport’s Kennedy Stadium for the second time in three weeks, the Trojans flipped fortunes and were on the right end of a blowout. Kadin DeWallace threw for 142 yards and three touchdowns — two to Jake Seamans, the other to Ethan Saez. Cristian Roman-Koenig and Ryan Bannon notched rushing TDs. Mike Fisher added the exclamation point with a pick-six.