A look at what's happening around high school football in Connecticut: The undefeated And your undefeated teams after tonight are: Class LL: West Haven, Southington,\u00a0Hamden. Class L: St. Joseph, Cheshire, New Canaan, Maloney. Class MM: Northwest United, Killingly, SMSA, Wilton, Thames River, Quinebaug Class M: Berlin, Law Class SS: Barlow, Foran, Valley\/OL, Cromwell\/Portland, Windham, Ledyard Class S: Holy Cross, Ansonia, New Fairfield Maloney holds on Newington was driving on No. 3 Maloney, down by 5 with 1:30 left. No. 3 Maloney holds on to win 28-23 over Newington. 12 TDs in 2 games RHAM's Max Nylen has four touchdowns tonight, giving him 12 in the past two games.\u00a0 RHAM has won this game 34-27. Streak continues Cromwell\/Portland's win over Granby\/Canton extended its winning streak to 19 games. RHAM, Plainville going back and forth Tying TD in Cromwell\/Portland vs. Granby game SMSA's Hernandez a stat machine You can read more about the versatile Daniel Hernandez in Dave Stewart's profile. Remember, Hernandez just moved to QB this year. Some early in-progress scores Final scores available here Windsor 49, Bristol Central 0 (Final) Berlin 26, Bristol Eastern 0 (Halftime) Plainville 14, RHAM 7 (Halftime) SMSA 21, North Branford 0 (Halftime) Maloney 21, Newington 20 (3rd Q) Wethersfield 7, Enfield 0 (Halftime) Platt 39, Avon 0 (Final) WCA 7, Crosby 0 (Halftime) Foran 35, East Haven 0 (Halftime) Rocky Hill 8, Stonington 6 (2nd Q) Thames River 56, VG Techs 0 (4th Q) Cromwell\/Portland 7, Granby 7 (End 3) Glastonbury 3, Hall (Halftime) Southington 27, East Hartford 14 (Halftime) Rockville 34, Morgan 0 (Halftime) Foran capitalizing on turnovers Foran is leading East Haven 14-0 just five minutes into its game, scoring both of its touchdowns after recovering Yellowjacket fumbles. From our Mike Fornabaio: -- East Haven fumbles in Foran territory. Four plays later (kick failed), it's 6-0 Foran. -- Another fumble, another Miller TD, Miller run, Foran leads East Haven 14-0 five minutes in\u00a0 Looking for an encore? RHAM's Max Nylen is coming off an 8 TD performance from last week. According to the Connecticut High School Football Record Book, only two players have ever scored more than eight touchdowns in a game, Sheehan\u2019s Zach Davis 10 in 2016, Torrington\u2019s Brenden Lytton nine in 2010.\u00a0 Nylen started the scoring for RHAM tonight with a 2-yard TD run to tie the game with Plainville at 7-7 in second quarter. Update: Nylen has two TDs tonight, 10 in past two games. Opening kickoff returned for TD Berlin, 4-0, looks like it's going to have a clear path to a Class M playoff berth. We'll let Pete Paguaga explain that later in his game story from Berlin-Bristol Eastern. But we will let you know the Red Coats had a clear path after the opening kickoff as Berlin\u2019s Luke Maguder went 90 yards for a TD and a 6-0 lead with 11:46 left in the opening quarter.\u00a0 \u00a0 Plainville, looking for 1st win, scores first Some early game 1st quarter scores What we've learned from the first month of the season Many teams have reached their bye week, including the majority of teams in the FCIAC, SCC and SWC.\u00a0 So what have we learned? Our Mike Fornabaio does a great job, as always, breaking down what you need to know from across the CIAC football scene\u00a0after the first month of the season. Thursday football recap The NVL took center stage on Thursday night with a three-game slate and its marquis event between undefeated Holy Cross and Naugatuck did not disappoint. Holy Cross overcame a 12-point four quarter deficit to defeat Naugatuck in dramatic fashion, blocking a 24-yard field goal attempt with 14 seconds left that would have won the game for Naugy. First, sophomore quarterback Drew Caouette scored on a 6-yard run with 8:06 left in the game to cut Naugatuck\u2019s lead to 19-14. Then nn the kickoff, Roehn Maldonado flew in to force a fumble. Holy Cross recovered on the Naugatuck 20, and Marquis Campbell ran in three plays later for the winning score. Holy Cross gets a bye, then another showdown with another undefeated NVL team, Ansonia, on Oct. 21 in Waterbury. While Ansonia coach Tom Brockett saw plenty of room for improvement for his eighth-ranked team, the Chargers did have a fairly easy time with Wolcott in a 44-6 victory. Ansonia was led by 164 yards passing and two touchdowns in the air from Christopher Kaminski, 126 yards rushing and a touchdown from David Cassetti, and a pair of touchdown runs from Machi Ingram. Welcome to Week 5 Welcome to Week 5 of high school football in Connecticut. While plenty of teams are taking this as their bye week, there are plenty of intriguing matchups taking place this Friday night. Sean Patrick Bowley as always has a look at every game in the state with his weekly edition of the Audibles. SPB also makes it easy to find your favorite teams on the radio or livestreaming with the primer and broadcast links. You can check out the GameTimeCT staff's picks for this week's games, including the infamous 8 Ball. And don't forget to check back throughout the night for final scores as they roll in. Remember to take part in coverage by using the hashtag #cthsfb on twitter.