History of the Class I Long Island Championship

1992 -- CONNETQUOT 27, FARMINGDALE 0 Driven by

Driven by the running of senior Chad Bosch (131 yards and a touchdown despite a sprained ankle) and a dominating offensive line, Connetquot overwhelmed the Dalers in the inaugural Long Island Class I championship before about 4,200 spectators at Hofstra Stadium.
Above: Connetquot's Brian McGuire goes through Farmingdale's line for a gain in second quarter. | (Credit: Newsday / George Argeroplos)

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The Long Island Championships, pitting the Nassau and Suffolk champions against each other in each class, began in 1992 and is the ultimate prize for a football team. Here's a look back at every Class I game in the history of the event.

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