Before the 2016 fall season begins, the HAN Network broadcasting crew is visiting all 17 FCIAC schools to interview sports captains and coaches. Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk was the second stop on the tour, which started Thursday morning, Aug. 26.
HAN Network Sports Director Frank Granito interviews captains from McMahon’s football, field hockey, volleyball, boys and girls soccer, boys cross country, cheerleading, and the Norwalk-McMahon girls swimming and diving teams at Jack Casagrande Field on Thursday. All eight of those videos can be seen in the player above.
The HAN Network’s second full year of live FCIAC sports streaming video begins on Friday, Sept. 9, with Trumbull at Ridgefield football. We’ll also have Danbury at Stamford football on Saturday, Sept. 10. You can check out the rest of the schedule, featuring soccer, field hockey and volleyball, here. We’ll be adding more games in October based on the best matchups in the league.
Along with being able to watch all HAN Network sports broadcasts live in streaming HD on your computer, phone, tablet and Web TV, this season you’ll be able to watch games on the Vantage Sports Network from Frontier Communications (Ch. 600/1600).
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