Watch CT lacrosse semifinals live on HAN
Four FCIAC boys lacrosse teams — Greenwich, Ridgefield, New Canaan and Wilton — meet in Connecticut state semifinals this Wednesday, June 10, in Norwalk and both games are being presented live by the HAN Network and theCIAC on the NFHS Network.
First up at 5 p.m., in Class L, No. 5 Greenwich takes on No. 9 Ridgefield, which upset top seed Simsbury on Saturday, 15-6. Greenwich beat fellow FCIAC foe Brien McMahon, ranked 20th, 19-5 on Saturday. Here is a link to watch that game.
In the regular season, Greenwich edged Ridgefield, 14-13, in an April game at Cardinal Stadium. That game was carried live by HAN on the NFHS Network. You can watch that game on demand for free at this link.
Video stream links
• Ridgefield vs. Greenwich, Class L semifinal, 5 PM
• New Canaan vs. Wilton, Class M semifinal, 7:15 PM
More than a month later, the Tigers left little doubt in the FCIAC semifinals, beating the Cardinals, 13-6, at the same site of Wednesday’s state semifinals: Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk.
The winner of Wednesday’s lacrosse game will face the winner of the other Class L semifinal between No. 2 Glastonbury and No. 3 Darien, which won the Class M championship last year but was bumped up to Class L this year.
One half of the Class M state semifinals will follow the Greenwich-Ridgefield game live on the NFHS, presented by HAN, on Wednesday night. Here is a link to watch that game.
No. 2 New Canaan and No. 19 Wilton are scheduled to face off at 7:15 p.m., at BMHS. Here is the link to watch that game.
In its first two games of the Class M tournament, New Canaan has outscored its opponents, 34-3. Despite the low ranking for Wilton, the Warriors have not had much trouble either, outscoring their opposition, 48-10, in three games (including a qualifying round win followed up by a 19-1 win over No. 3 Berlin.
In their regular-season meeting back in April, the Rams trounced Wilton, 14-3. The teams played again in the FCIAC quarterfinals and it was a much different story, as New Canaan edged the Warriors, 10-9.
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HAN Network’s production team will also be bringing you all three Connecticut lacrosse championship games in live streaming video through the CIAC and NFHS Network on Saturday, June 13, starting at 11 a.m. (Game times have not been made official yet by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference.)
All three state lacrosse classes — L, M and S — are playing that Saturday at Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk. Direct game links are available at the links below.
All three boys lacrosse state finals will be streaming live on the NFHS Network on Saturday, June 13, from Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk. For more on the HAN Network-produced broadcast, click here.