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Please use the link below to update your information and pass it on to as many alumni as you can. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. It is with heavy heart that we learned this afternoon the former University of New Haven, Miami Dolphin and Oakland Raider head coach Tony Sparano passed away suddenly earlier today from an apparent heart attack. Tony was a graduate of Richard C. Lee High School in New Haven where he played for chapter member Dr.

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The annual Connecticut High School Coaches Association All Star football game was played at Veterans Memorial Stadium in New Britain on Saturday June 30 at 2:00 pm between graduated seniors from Connecticut and Rhode Island. Seventeen players from our chapters schools played for CT including 15 from the SCC. Shelton’s Mike Casinelli was chosen to be a team captains along with Will Terzi of Sheehan. After the pre game luncheon five scholar athletes from this past years scholar athlete dinner pose with their game certificates. NEW BRITAIN — Two weeks is hardly enough time to install an intricate offense, especially when that offense requires precision and a rhythm from its passing attack.

It becomes even tougher when an all-star quarterback gets knocked from the game. On defense on the other hand, once the coverage strategy is established the players can just pin their ears back and play. While offense made its presence felt early, defense nabbed the spotlight in Connecticut’s 28-7 victory over Rhode Island in the revival of the Governor’s Cup Senior All-Star football game on a sweltering Saturday at New Britain’s Veterans Stadium. The victory was Connecticut’s 11th straight in the series, which returned this year after a five-year layoff.

Xavier’s Andy Guyon, the head coach of Team Connecticut. But the offense has to get clicking. It has to get its timing right. With defense, it’s much easier to get ready. Bulkeley’s Dayjion Washington broke a 7-7 tie with an 18-yard interception return touchdown to give Connecticut the lead for good in the second quarter. With the game still in doubt in the fourth quarter, Hartford Public’s Leon Campbell forced a fumble that Shelton’s Mike Casinelli recovered, which set up the clinching touchdown.


They didn’t roll over they came out and played hard. At halftime, the message was, for the rest of your lives you’ve got 24 minutes, for the state of Connecticut, for your family and for your school and what are you guys going to do with it? They came out and did a pretty good job. He wound up throwing three touchdown passes to earn Connecticut’s Offensive MVP.

But at the end of the day, we still had to finish business that we had here and give Connecticut a win. Zajack’s first touchdown was a 64-yard strike to Simsbury’s Ralph Gilliard early in the second quarter. It was Connecticut’s answer to Rhode Island’s first score: a 49-yard touchdown pass from University of Rhode Island signee Nick Dionizio to Zach Pezza on the game’s second series. Washington’s go-ahead pick-6 came on the first play from scrimmage following Connecticut’s tying score. Somebody had to make a play. I saw the opening and I took advantage.

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Washington’s touchdown stood up until the fourth quarter when Connecticut finally pulled away. Killingly’s Spencer Lockwood, the reigning Gatorade Player of the Year, turned a short pass into a big gain into Rhode Island territory to end the third quarter. It set up Zajack’s second touchdown pass, a 20-yarder to St. Joseph’s Jared Mallozzi, his future CCSU teammate, early in the fourth quarter. Lockwood, who will play at Trinity College. He knew when Shea went down he was going to have to step up — we didn’t have any other quarterback, so he was going to have to.

Once the offense got familiar with their defense, we were able to do what we wanted to do. Campbell’s hit and forced fumble gave Connecticut the ball back at the Rhode Island 24. Zajack repaid the favor with an 11-yard strike to Southington’s Tim O’Shea, which put the game away. Casinelli was named Connecticut’s defensive MVP. Platt’s Zavian Arroyo was Connecticut’s Coaches Award winner. Mason of Bishop Hendricken was Rhode Island’s defensive MVP. Dionizio was Rhode Island’s offensive MVP.

Moses Brown was Rhode Island Coaches Award winner. I think we all realized that and I think we all realized how important this is. We came together, had a great time and I’m glad we won. The scholar athlete awards dinner begins each December when the Selection Chairman sends out letters to the coaches and Athletic Directors of the chapter’s 33 member schools asking if they have any senior student athlete candidates who played football, excelled in the classroom and is involved in their community to be considered for the scholar athlete honor. The Board of Directors of the Chapter met in January to discuss the candidates and vote on their selection. Other award winners are also discussed as well and a date was set for a reception on February 15 at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven.

The 58th Annual Scholar athlete dinner was held at Fantasia in North Haven on Friday April 6 2018 and twenty-nine scholar athletes were honored along with long time official Richard J. Official Recognition Award and David Mastroianni  coach of the Hand Tigers winners of the Class L State Championship. Over 325 attended this year’s dinner. Chapter member Anthony ‘Tony’ Sagnella coach of the North Haven Indians was recognized, along with several other Washington Redskin replacement players in March, with Super Bowl rings for their being part of that 1987 team.

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This past fall the Casey-O’Brien New Haven County Chapter of the National Football Foundation held three meetings for members and guests in September, October and November. A wide variety of speakers attended to talk about a variety of interesting subjects. In September CCSU coach Peter Rossomando talked optimistically about his current Blue Devils club. At the October meeting coach Tony Sagnella of North Haven spoke about his experience as a member of the 1987 Washington Redskins during the strike year where he was one of the replacement players that went 3-0 before the NFL players returned and won the Super Bowl. The final meeting in November is always dedicated to having our chapter coaches who are in the hunt for a CIAC championship to speak about their season and what’s ahead in the playoffs. The 58th anniversary of the Casey-O’Brien Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete awards dinner will be held on Friday April 6 at Fantasia Banquet Facility 404 Washington Ave. A reception will begin at 5:30 pm with the march to the head table at 6:30 pm.

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Twenty-nine high school and prep school athletes who play football will be honored for academic excellence, leadership and citizenship. Once again we will be honoring an outstanding group of young men”, said Bill O’Brien chapter president. Their accomplishments in the classroom, on the field and in the community bring honor and distinction to their parents, their schools and their community. In addition the Chapters Distinguished American Award will be presented to Yale Athletic Director Tom Beckett who will retire in June. Tom Beckett has had an illustrious 24 year career at Yale. His achievements over the years at Yale are legendary”, said O’Brien. The Chapter Award of Merit will be presented to Yale Coach Tony Reno who led the Bulldog’s to the 2017 Ivy League championship, the school’s first outright league title since 1980.


Yale finished with a 9-1 record with their only blemish being a one point loss to Dartmouth. We are very pleased to present the Chapter Award of Merit to Tony Reno’, said O’Brien. Other award winners include Richard J. 50 each by sending a check payable to the “National Football Foundation’ to Donna Limone, 10 Ludlow Court, Branford 06405 or calling her at 203-481-8375. The Casey O’Brien New Haven County Chapter had 17 players chosen to play in the 2017 Super 100 Classic All Star game played on Saturday June 24 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in New Britain. The game is presented by the Connecticut High School Coaches Association.

The Casey-O’Brien Chapter held our 57th Annual Scholar Athlete banquet at Fantasia  in North Haven on Friday March 31 before a audience of 315. This year we recognized another noteworthy groups of honorees including 27 outstanding young men for their outstanding achievements in the classroom, in the community and on the football field bringing the total over the years to over 1200. Back in February the scholar athletes and their parents and coaches met at the Floyd Little Athletic Center to review information about the dinner  concerning tickets, ad’s, scholarships, tuxedo’s and to have their pictures taken to release to the media announcing their honor. At the dinner the scholar athletes had their pictures taken in their tuxedos with their family members present and their coach. They then posed for a group photo before marching to the head table to the music of “Mister Touchdown”. The Casey-O’Brien New Haven County Chapter will be honoring 27 scholar athletes who have excelled in the classroom and played the great game of football at the chapters 57th annual banquet on Friday March 31 at Fantasia 404 Washington Ave, North Haven.

Two former chapter scholar athletes recently finished their playing careers at Yale. Hand and Sebastian Little of Cheshire dressed for their last home game in Yale Bowl in the game against Princeton. Peter was a scholar athlete in 2013 and Sebastian in 2012. Best wishes in your future activities. At the chapters last fall meeting the Tuesday before Thanksgiving eight coaches vying for a spot in the state playoffs were invited to speak about their season and upcoming game’s. A crowd of 65 members and guests attended at the Knights of St Patrick and were treated to an excellent prime rib dinner served by caterer Mark Lynch.

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Our Chaplin Rev Owen Sanderson gave the invocation. Chapter Chaplin the Reverend Owen Sanderson gave the Invocation. Caterer Mark Lynch scoops up the ziti for the hungry members. Our second fall meeting  for October brought out 40 members who were treated to an excellent program of speakers and the always delicious and abundant meal from Mark Lynch Caterers. Thanks to the Knights of St Patrick for hosting us, for Fran our bartender hostess and to UNH coach Chris Pincince, CCSU Associate AD of Communications and Quinnipiac journalism professor Rich Hanley for giving informative and entertaining talks.

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The first meeting of the season was held on September 22 at the Knights of St Patrick and 44 members attended. Speakers at the meeting included long time football official Bill Riccio who spoke about the recent rules changes, long time friend Peter Rossomando head coach at CCSU and John Pierson and Erik Dobratz from WTNH 8 who asked for interesting stories about members, players or people involved in our programs. 2018 Engineering News-Record New York came out with its Top Design Firms of 2018. OLA is pleased to announce they ranked 86. The list ranks the largest U. 5-story, 123,000 square foot college-preparatory inter-district magnet school in West Haven, CT.

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Completed in 2017, the STEM education facility serves as a pipeline for middle and high school students into higher education and future careers in the state’s science and technology economy. OLA was the energy consultant for the state-of-the-art facility. 2018 The Swiss Re Americas Headquarters Building in Armonk, NY is a 420,000 square foot office building with a 7-story parking garage for 700 employees. 2018 Personnel news, multiple project awards, donating to the Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief, and more. Read our full 2017 year-end newsletter here. 2017 In collaboration with WXY Architecture, OLA provided plumbing and electrical design for a streetscape project and park renovation in the vicinity of Cooper Square and Astor Place in New York City.

The pedestrian improvement plan, initiated by the NYC Department of Transportation and managed by the NYC Department of Design and Construction, transformed the network of streets, reclaiming underutilized roadway creating new opportunities for public space. 2017 OLA is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Robert Gruffi, P. Gruffi has been a mechanical engineer and project manager with the firm for 10 years. 2017 NAHB’s National Sales and Marketing Council has announced Silver Award Winners for The Nationals new home sales and marketing awards. Villa BXV has earned four silver finalist awards at the Nationals including Best Landscape Design, Best Interior Merchandising, Best Architectural Design of an Attached Community, and Attached Community of the Year.

2017 Villa BXV, the new 110,000 square foot condominium complex in downtown Bronxville, NY, has opened after roughly two years of construction. OLA provided MEP engineering for the luxury condominium building in collaboration with Sullivan Architecture. Building amenities include a concierge service, fully equipped fitness center, community room, fully landscaped plaza courtyard, and two levels of underground parking with 309 spaces. 2017 On October 20th, ground was broken by Mayor Hartley Connett and the Board of Trustees to commemorate the commencement of construction, renovation and expansion of the Dobbs Ferry Embassy Community Center. The new facility will offer expanded programming and meeting space areas. Working with Hahn Engineering, OLA is the MEP Engineer for the project.

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