The CIAC high school football state championships have arrived. Dive into our previews on today's games and follow along with our reporters in the field once the action begins.\u00a0 CLASS S Follow @aldamwill @ericsonsports @spbowley CLASS S STATE TITLE FINAL: Cromwell\/Portland 21, Bloomfield 6 Ted Williams scored all three Cromwell\/Portland TDs -- C\/P holds inside the 5. 4:56 left C\/P 21 Bloomfield 6 -- From Sean Patrick Bowley .@cromportFB\u2019s Ted Williams is putting on one of the greatest state championship shows I\u2019ve ever seen in 20+ years. He\u2019a recovered two fumbles, one for a TD. He has a TD catch and run and a Pick 6 \u2014 all three CP TDs And there\u2019s 9 minutes left, CP up 21-6. -- Ted Williams opens the 4th quarter with a pick 6 (his 3rd TD of the game) giving Cromwell\/Portland a 21-6 lead over Bloomfield w\/ 11:47 to go. Looks to be 66 yard return. -- END Q3: Cromwell\/Portland 14, Bloomfield 6 -- Bloomfield Defense stepping up. Gets the ball back at the Cromwell 30, 233 left third quarter, down 14-6 -- Darrien Foster takes it in himself as Bloomfield cuts the Cromwell\/Portland lead to 14-6 w\/ 3:28 in Q3 #cthsfb -- Ted Williams is 3-for-3 today\u2026 on 4th down conversions Cromwell\/Portland still leading 14-0 mid 3\u00a0 -- Jose Feliciano intercepted a pass intended for Ted Williams (lol, yes) in the end zone Bloomfield escapes only down 14-0 to Cromwell\/Portland at the half\u00a0 -- HALFTIME: Cromwell\/Portland 14, Bloomfield 0 #cthsfb -- Teddy Ballgame just recovered fumble, too. He\u2019s skipped \u201cheating up\u201d and is legit on fire. 14-0 Cromwell\/Portland mid 2 -- Nice response drive from Bloomfield, but a 4th down pass at the goal line is incomplete. Still 7-0 CP late 1 -- Alex Hair has a big run into Bloomfield territory to start\u2026\u00a0Couple plays later, Teddy Williams is Johnny on the spot by recovering a fumble on a pass for a 7-0 Cromwell lead #cthsfb SEEDS\/RECORDS \u2014\u00a0No. 2 Cromwell\/Portland 12-0; No. 1 Bloomfield 12-0 Championship History Cromwell\/Portland (1st appearance as a co-op, 1-3 as Cromwell):\u00a02003-S\u00a0lost to\u00a0Ansonia\u00a055-0;\u00a02004-S\u00a0lost to\u00a0Hyde\u00a014-7;\u00a02008-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Ansonia\u00a014-12;\u00a02011-S\u00a0lost to Holy Cross 34-27. Bloomfield (9-6):\u00a01982-MM\u00a0def.\u00a0Penney\u00a012-6;\u00a01993-SS\u00a0lost to Seymour 40-12;\u00a01994-SS\u00a0lost to\u00a0Ansonia\u00a054-14;\u00a01995-S\u00a0lost to\u00a0Ansonia\u00a07-0;\u00a01996-S\u00a0lost to\u00a0Darien\u00a021-16;\u00a01997-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Darien\u00a039-21;\u00a01998-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Ansonia\u00a040-7;\u00a01999-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Ansonia\u00a056-0;\u00a02000-M\u00a0def. New Canaan 55-6;\u00a02001-S\u00a0def. North Branford 40-7;\u00a02003-SS\u00a0def. Brookfield 34-14;\u00a02006-SS\u00a0lost to\u00a0Ansonia\u00a034-12;\u00a02015-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Ansonia\u00a031-20;\u00a02018-S\u00a0def.\u00a0Haddam-Killingworth\u00a025-7;\u00a02019-S\u00a0lost to Sheehan 64-33. CLASS L Follow @NHRjoemorelli @petepaguaga -- Maloney 35, Windsor 21, final. Class L state championship for Maloney, the program's first in #cthsfb -- Maloney\u2019s Wiggins picks off Cromartie again with 41 seconds left -- Maloney turns it over on downs with 2:46 left. Windsor takes over with 75 yards to go for a score and 1 timeout. Maloney up 35-21. -- Unofficially, Boganski, 47 carries, 244 yards, 4 tds. -- Maloney\u2019s Austin Studley with the interception, Maloney\u2019s 3rd of game and 27th this season with 8:39 left\u00a0 -- Maloney\u2019s Austin Studley with the interception, Maloney\u2019s 3rd of game and 27th this season with 8:39 left\u00a0 -- Maloney responds and goes right down the field for a TD as Angel Arce handles a high snap and take it himself for score. 8:51 left Maloney 35, Windsor 21 -- Windsor split Bell wide, gets pass, breaks a tackle, goes 88 yards for the touchdown. Windsor gets the 2 point conversion. It is 28-21 Maloney early 4th. You didnt leave, did you? -- Maloney leads Windsor 28-13 thru 3. Maloney faces 4th and long. Class L state final. --\u00a0Windsor\u2019s Shawn Bell pounds it in from 1-yard out.\u00a01:39 left in 3Q\u00a0 Maloney 28, Windsor 13 -- Maloney\u2019s Boganski scores his 4th TD of the game and it\u2019s 28-7 Maloney leading Windsor with 6:08 left in 3Q. Great punt return bu Joziah Gonzalez set up Maloney at Windsor 27. Boganski scored 3 plays later. -- 4 plays later Boganski scores his 3rd TD of game and it\u2019s 21-7 Maloney leading Windsor with 9:19 left in 3Q\u00a0 -- Maloney\u2019s Kuron Wiggins with interception to start half -- Unofficially, Boganski 141 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries for Maloney.\u00a0 -- Halftime of the Class L state championship game in New Britain: Maloney 14, Windsor 7.\u00a0 -- Maloney extends lead to 14-7 over Windsor on a Josh Boganski run with 29 seconds left in half\u00a0 -- Windsor recovers Maloney fumble, but Spartans get ball back after Windsor fails on 4th down. 216 left.\u00a0 -- Maloney gets ball back deep in Windsor territory with just under 7 minutes left in the 1st half. Back to back penalties forced Windsor to punt from its own end zone. -- Maloney ties it up as Josh Boganski pounds it in from 5 yards out. Maloney 7, Windsor 7 with 8:13 left in half -- Maloney has ball on Windsor 5, going for the tying score. -- Maloney\u2019s Rashawn Shelton with the interception, his 6th of playoffs and 10th of season gives Maloney ball around midfield End of 1Q Windsor 7, Maloney 0 -- Maloney survives an interception, gets ball back with 243 left 1st quarter trailing Windsor 7-0.\u00a0 -- Windsor strikes 1st, Jaevion Walcott on an 82 yard strike from Elijah Cromartie on 3rd and 9. Cromartie scrambled and eventually hit Walcott behind Maloneys defenders. 7-0 Windsor now with 525 left 1st q.\u00a0 -- Maloney has ball for 5 mins and turns it over on downs SEEDS\/RECORDS \u2014\u00a0No. 5 Windsor (11-1); No. 3 Maloney (11-1) Championship History WINDSOR (1-3):\u00a02002-L\u00a0lost to\u00a0Ridgefield\u00a014-13; \u00a02012-L\u00a0lost to Hand 23-6;\u00a02014-L-Small\u00a0def. Notre Dame-West Haven 38-16;\u00a02016-L\u00a0lost to New Canaan 35-20 MALONEY (0-3):\u00a01989-M\u00a0lost to St. Joseph 14-7;\u00a02006-MM\u00a0lost to New Canaan 53-21;\u00a02018-L\u00a0to Hand 54-14. CLASS M Follow @petepaguaga @fornabaioctp -- FINAL: Killingly 28, Rockville 14, Class M #cthsfb championship game. Fourth title for Killingly, second in four seasons. -- Rockville takes it to the Killingly 16 but no further. Killingly takes over with 3:17 to go, up 14.\u00a0 -- Killingly turns over on downs at the Rockville 29, but down to 5:55 left... and one pass out to the 45. Killingly up 28-14. -- Onside kick bounces off a Killingly player, but it recovers. --\u00a0 Rockville scores as Matt Ryan hits DeShaun Perry for a TD.\u00a0 9:02 left Killingly 28 Rockville 14\u00a0 -- End of 3Q Killingly 28 Rockville 7\u00a0 -- Rief avoids a couple of tackles on 2nd-and-24 and scores from 28 yards out to put Killingly up 28-7 over Rockville, 41 seconds left third.\u00a0 -- Killingly 11 plays, 60 yards 5:18 to start the second half. Rief 17 td run and it's 21-7 over Rockville -- Halftime Killingly 14, Rockville 7\u00a0 -- Killingly blocks a Rockville FG attempt with 10 seconds left in half\u00a0 -- With Rockville throwing out of end zone on 3rd down, Killingly\u2019s Ben Jax picks off the pass and takes it back for a TD. 2 point good . Killingly 14, Rockville 7 with 6:52 left in half -- Travon Edmondson 7 td run for Rockville. Michael Naylor's kick puts Rockville up 7-6 \u00a0over Killingly, 8:36 left 2nd quarter -- Killingly leads Rockville 6-0 after 1 quarter. -- Killingly gets on board as Jack Sharpe runs people over and drags them to get into the end zone #cthsfb\u00a0 6-0 Killingly leads Rockville with 7:33 left in 1Q -- Class M final is underway as Amir Knighton takes the kick return back to 42 -- Killingly wins the toss, defers, will defend the south goal. Wind picking up a bit, from looks like the west.\u00a0 WHERE\/WHEN \u2014\u00a0Veterans Stadium, New Britain, 3\u00a0p.m. ON THE AIR\/WEB \u2014 Online:\u00a0NFHS\u00a0Network\u00a0|\u00a0Radio:\u00a0WELI\u00a0960-AM & 96.9-FM\u00a0|\u00a0WINY\u00a01350-AM & 97.1-FM SEEDS\/RECORDS \u2014\u00a0No. 2 Rockville (10-2); No. 1 Killingly (11-0) COACHES \u2014\u00a0Rockville:\u00a0Erick\u00a0Knickerbocker, 3rd season (28-7);\u00a0Killingly:\u00a0Chad Neal, 17th season (99-87) PROGRAM ROSTERS How They Got Here... Rockville\u00a0defeated Thanksgiving Week rival and\u00a0No. 7-seeded Ellington 27-0\u00a0and then defeated\u00a0No. 6-seeded\u00a0Torrington\u00a042-12\u00a0in the semifinals. Killingly\u00a0defeated No. 8-seeded Gilbert\/Northwestern\/Housatonic\u00a049-14 and then topped\u00a0No. 5-seeded Branford 13-12\u00a0in the semifinals. Championship History Rockville (1-2):\u00a01989-L\u00a0lost to West Haven 46-0;\u00a01990-L\u00a0def.\u00a0Newington\u00a014-10;\u00a01995-L\u00a0lost to Cheshire 28-0 Killingly (3-2):\u00a01981-M\u00a0def. Hand 14-7;\u00a01994-MM\u00a0lost to McMahon 53-16;\u00a01996-M\u00a0def. New Canaan 27-13;\u00a02017-M\u00a0def.\u00a0Barlow\u00a041-14;\u00a02019-M\u00a0lost to Weston 27-6. Players to Watch Rockville:\u00a0Deshaun Perry, Sr., RB\/LB; Amir Knighton, Fr., RB\/LB; Matt Ryan, Sr., QB; Travon Edmonds, Sr., RB; Malachi Mapp, Jr., LB Killingly:\u00a0Jack Sharpe, Sr., RB\/LB; Soren Rief, Soph., RB\/LB; Keith Perry, Jr., LB CLASS LL Follow @spbowley @dstewartsports -- FINAL: DARIEN 42, FAIRFIELD PREP 7 -- DARIEN wins the Class LL championship, 42-7 over Fairfield Prep. Its First title since 2017, fourth since 2015. First for coach Mike Forget.\u00a0 -- Prep scores its first TD, but Darien is dunking Forget with an ice bath., up 42-7 @spbowley -- 42-0 Darien. 4:32 left per @DaveRuden -- 35-0 Darien. 3rd quarter. -- Bad punt snap, Evanchick recovers. Just a few plays later, Jeremiah Stafford makes it 28-0. Darien well on its way to a fourth Class LL in 5 seasons (6 years)\u00a0 -- Miles Drake 20-yard TD run puts Darien up 21-0 on Fairfield Prep in the third qtr -- Darien\u2019s defense is playing lights out. On six possessions, Fairfield Prep had 24 yards and one first down. -- At halftime, Darien leads Fairfield Prep 14-0. -- Uh oh, Minicus catches a lonnnng pass and Darien back in scoring position, 28 ticks left -- Drake to Minicus, 12 yards. Darien leads 14-0 late 2nd\u00a0 --\u00a0 Field position and Cummiskey\u2019s TD busrt the difference. Defensively Darien winning with its front and some nice plays by Medwar in the secondary.\u00a0 -- End of first quarter: Darien 7, Fairfield Prep 0 -- Darien strikes first, Cummiskey 40-yard run with 6:45 to go first qtr. Darien leads Prep 7-0 #cthsfb @GameTimeCT -- Darien wins the toss. Defers. Here. We. Go. -- So Prep LB Ryan O\u2019Connell is done. Tore his ACL v Shelton in semis. Best wishes to a great player this year. Huge reason why Prep\u2019s here. WHERE\/WHEN \u2014\u00a0McDougall\u00a0Stadium,\u00a0Trumbull, 3\u00a0p.m. ON THE AIR\/WEB \u2014\u00a0NFHS\u00a0Network SEEDS\/RECORDS \u2014\u00a0No. 3\u00a0Darien\u00a0(11-1); No. 1 Fairfield Prep (11-1) COACHES \u2014\u00a0Darien:\u00a0Mike Forget, 1st season (11-1).\u00a0Fairfield Prep:\u00a0Keith\u00a0Hellstern, 6th season (46-19) PROGRAM ROSTERS Championship History DARIEN\u00a0(7-9) 1979-L\u00a0def. Bristol Central 27-16;\u00a01987-M\u00a0lost to East Catholic 14-0; 1989-MM\u00a0lost to Hand 34-28;\u00a01991-M\u00a0def. Berlin 35-22;\u00a01992-SS\u00a0def. Stratford 30-0;\u00a01996-S\u00a0def. Bloomfield 21-16;\u00a01997-S\u00a0lost to Bloomfield 39-21;\u00a01998-M\u00a0lost to Seymour 14-6;\u00a01999-M\u00a0lost to Weaver 69-26;\u00a02008-MM\u00a0lost to New Canaan 26-7;\u00a02013-L\u00a0lost to New Canaan 44-12;\u00a02014-L-Large\u00a0lost to New Canaan 21-20;\u00a02015-LL\u00a0def. Shelton 39-7;\u00a02016-LL\u00a0def.\u00a0Ridgefield\u00a028-7;\u00a02017-LL\u00a0def. Greenwich 31-22;\u00a02019-LL\u00a0lost to\u00a0Newtown\u00a013-7. FAIRFIELD PREP (3-1) 1977-L\u00a0def. Xavier 22-6;\u00a01982-LL\u00a0def. Greenwich 18-6;\u00a01988-LL\u00a0def. Greenwich 7-0;\u00a02013-LL\u00a0lost to\u00a0Southington\u00a052-34. How They Got Here Darien\u00a0rolled past\u00a0No. 6-ranked\u00a0Hamden\u00a046-19\u00a0in the quarterfinals and defeated rival and No. 2-seeded (and No. 1 ranked)\u00a0New Canaan, 24-10,\u00a0in the semifinals. Fairfield Prep\u00a0defeated No.\u00a08-seeded Greenwich 21-14 in the quarterfinals and then defeated rival and\u00a0No. 5-seeded Shelton, 24-3,\u00a0in the semifinals. Players to Watch Darien:\u00a0David\u00a0Evanchick, Sr., DE; Miles Drake, Sr.,\u00a0QB;\u00a0Tighe\u00a0Cummiskey, Sr.,\u00a0RB; Matt\u00a0Minicus, Sr.,\u00a0WR; Sean Quick, Sr., LB. Fairfield Prep:\u00a0Ryan\u00a0O\u2019Connell, Sr., LB;\u00a0Tymaine\u00a0Smith, Sr., LB\/WR; Tim Pearson, Sr.,\u00a0WR; Connor Smith, Sr.,\u00a0QB.