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Watch Live: Norwalk boys soccer at Ludlowe, 5, Monday

The Fairfield Ludlowe boys soccer team takes the field to warm up before their FCIAC clash with the Wilton Warriors on Thursday, Sept. 24. — Joshua Fisher photo

The Fairfield Ludlowe boys soccer team takes the field to warm up before their FCIAC clash with the Wilton Warriors on Thursday, Sept. 24. — Joshua Fisher photo

Fairfield Ludlowe’s boys soccer team will play host to Norwalk High in a key FCIAC contest at Taft Field on Monday, Oct. 12, at 5 p.m. The rivals met in the FCIAC semifinals in 2014, with Ludlowe winning a 3-0 decision. The Falcons went on to defeat Greenwich High, 1-0, for its first league title. Norwalk took an 11-2-5 mark into states.

The match will be broadcast live on live.HAN.Network and its affiliate websites — including FCIAC.net and Fairfield-Sun.com — at 4:50 p.m. on Monday with HAN’s Rob Adams leading the call. All regular season Connecticut sports contests on live.HAN.Network are broadcast for free. You can see the fall schedule here.

Norwalk’s boys soccer captains spoke with HAN before the season started:

This season, Coach Kevin O’Hara’s Ludlowe team is currently 4-2-2 with games ahead with Trinity Catholic and Westhill-Stamford. Their losses were to Bridgeport Central (3-2) and Staples-Westport (3-0). Among those back from that title-winning team are Fred Meagher in goal, and Mike McArdle, Mason Jennings and Niklas Stahle, who each scored goals in the semifinal win over Norwalk. Other returnees are All-FCIAC first-team midfielders Nick Demaso and Tulio Almeida.

Coach Chris Laughton’s Bears are captained by All-FCIAC keeper Tyler Dalton,second-team All-FCIAC sweeper Loizos Kariaskos and George Kutrubis.

Ludlowe’s boys soccer captains and coach spoke with HAN before the season started:

Norwalk is presently 2-5-1, with wins over Trinity Catholic (7-0) and New Canaan (2-0). They have tied Trumbull (1-1). Alex Torres and Edward Mercuri had goals in the 2-0 win over New Canaan. Anthony Hernandez had two assists. Dalton stopped three shots.

Santiago Mesa, who scored seven goals in 2014, had a hat trick in the win over Trinity Catholic. He had the Bears’ goal in a 3-1 loss to Danbury High. Dalton had 9 saves.

Norwalk boys soccer captains Tyler Dalton, Lou Karaiskos and George Kutrubis. — Joshua Fisher/HAN Network photo

Norwalk boys soccer captains Tyler Dalton, Lou Karaiskos and George Kutrubis. — Joshua Fisher/HAN Network photo

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