WINDSOR, Dec. 5 – Windsor High coach Rob Fleeting has been finding ways to get 6-foot-3 senior Tim Gardner-Russaw to touch the ball for the Warriors.
Not only did Gardner-Russaw lead the Warriors in rushing this fall with 11 touchdowns and more than 800 yards but he also pulled in 27 receptions for 382 yards and three TDs.
Gardner-Russaw had a career evening in Monday night in the Class L semifinal against Central Connecticut Conference rival Middletown at Jack O’Brien Stadium. Gardner-Russaw ran for a career-high 204 yards and five TDs to lead Windsor back to the Class L championship game with a 40-14 victory.
Undefeated Windsor (12-0) will face defending Class L champion New Canaan (11-1) for the state championship on Saturday afternoon at Willow Brook Park in New Britain. A year ago, the Rams dominated Windsor in a 21-6 loss in the Class L quarterfinals.Continue Reading