Watch: Wilton baseball FCIAC playoff highlights

The No. 5 Wilton Warriors are one win away from the FCIAC baseball championship. The first two rounds of three-round postseason tournament have all been carried live by HAN Network and, which is part of The Wilton Bulletin's media family.

Below are highlights from Wilton's win over No. 1 Darien on Wednesday night at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport. The Warriors will face the winner of the other semifinal game between No. 2 Staples and No. 6 Trinity Catholic.

The other semifinal game was scheduled to be played after the Wilton-Darien game but was postponed by lightning. With more storms expected on Thursday, the game was moved to Friday as part of a semifinal-championship double header.

Trinity and Staples are now scheduled to play at 4 p.m. on Friday at Harbor Yard; Wilton will play the winner for the county title at 7 p.m. Both of those games will be carried live by HAN. (Click here for details on how to watch and listen.)

The Warriors' two pitchers have struck out 25 batters in the first two rounds of the FCIAC tournament. The quarterfinals' starter, JT Morin, spoke with HAN Radio's Rob Adams after his complete game win against No. 4 Norwalk on Tuesday. Here's that interview:

The game coverage is part of the Hersam Acorn Network’s teaming with the NFHS Network to add live video to, southwestern Connecticut’s leader in live high school sports coverage. HAN is the only home for live Connecticut high school baseball this year. HAN’s schedule of playoff baseball, lacrosse and softball can be found here.

The live sporting events and archived videos are available for a subscription fee, which varies based on how long you want access to Hersam Acorn’s content on the NFHS Network. Part of the subscription fee will benefit the ongoing operations of the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC), its member schools and student athletes.

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