AVON, Oct. 3 – The Avon High football team is looking to sharpen its offense. The Falcons have been forced to adjust due to season-ending injuries to two starters on the offensive line – guard Liam Russell and tackle Andrew Marshall.
Justin Nastri, George Pavlakis and Sam Donahue have stepped into the starting lineup.
Things went well Saturday as the Falcons improved to 3-1 in its Central Connecticut Conference debut season with a dominating 35-6 CCC Division III East Division victory over Fermi-Enfield. Avon senior quarterback Ian McDonald completed 11-of-25 passes for a career-high 271 yards and a touchdown.
McDonald’s 271 yards ranks as the second-highest performance in school history. Noah Hahn threw for 280 yards against Valley Regional/Old Lyme in 2013 and Colin Pavano also threw for 280 yards against Housatonic/Wamogo in 2010.Continue Reading