The Stamford Black Knights will play host to St. Joseph of Trumbull in the HAN Network’s FCIAC Game of the Week, which you can watch live at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30.
Live coverage starts Friday at historic Boyle Stadium with HAN’s two pre-game shows: FCIAC Tailgate at 3:30 and FCIAC Gameday at 4:30. All programmings will be streamed live on live.HAN.Network.
Highlights from last week’s FCIAC Game of the Week:
Stamford is 3-3 on the season and will be looking to regain the momentum gained from a three-game win streak lost from consecutive losses to Staples (35-0) and a loss to Wilton, 30-27, in overtime last week.
In that game, coach Jamar Greene’s Black Knights came back from a 27-7 deficit to force the extra session, which was decided by Will Sullivan’s 20-yard field goal. The HAN Network covered Stamford’s game against Danbury earlier this season, highlights of which are below:
Troy Duncan is the Knights’ quarterback. Tyequan Bonaparte, Jay DeVito and Aaron D’Annolfo are key weapons for Stamford, which was without the injured Tyrell Diaz versus Wilton.
St. Joseph is 4-1 on the season. The only loss for coach Joe Della Vecchia’s Cadets came at the hands of (still undefeated) Darien (49-7). They defeated Fairfield Warde, 49-28, this past week. St. Joseph is in third place in the FCIAC East Division, behind Darien (5-0) and Staples (5-1). The winner of the division gets a spot in the FCIAC Football Championship later this month.
Cadets quarterback Cory Babineau runs an offense led by running back Christian Trefz and receivers Kevin Trefz, Liam Seperack and Spencer Lucas.
All regular-season Connecticut sports contests on HAN Network are broadcast for free. You can see the broadcast schedule here. HAN’s FCIAC postseason coverage, which includes boys and girls soccer, field hockey, cross country, volleyball and football is available for a nominal subscription cost, detailed here.
The HAN Network, formerly known as Hersam Acorn Newspapers, is the exclusive FCIAC broadcast partner through the spring of 2018. HAN Network’s broadcasting division replaced HANRadio.com with a new focus on live video streams of high school athletics along with the Network’s news and lifestyle programming.
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