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    |     FCIAC girls ice hockey and basketball scoreboard and box scores for Monday, Dec. 11     |     Girls Basketball – Pomperaug 58, St. Joseph 36     |     Girls Ice Hockey – Greenwich 3, Simsbury 1     |     CIAC Class S Football Championship – St. Joseph 42, Ansonia 36     |     Girls Basketball – New Canaan 44, Bassick 30     |     Girls Basketball – Weston 47, Trinity Catholic 38     |     Girls Basketball – Ludlowe 60, Harding 21     |     Girls Basketball – Norwalk 61, Darien 52     |     Girls Ice Hockey – Darien 4, West Haven 1     |     CIAC Class LL Football Championship – Darien 31, Greenwich 22     |     Greenwich, Darien and St. Joseph advance to CIAC football finals (includes semifinal box scores)     |     Class S Football Semifinals – St. Joseph 49, Rocky Hill 20     |     CIAC Class LL Football Semifinals – Greenwich 36, South Windsor 7     |     CIAC Class LL Football Semifinals – Darien 27, West Haven 13     |     CIAC Class L Football Semifinals – Masuk 28, New Canaan 14     |     CIAC Class LL Football Quarterfinals – Greenwich 27, Fairfield Prep 9     |     CIAC Class LL Football Quarterfinals – Darien 30, East Hartford 10     |     CIAC Class L Football Quarterfinals – New Canaan 24, Middletown 9     |     CIAC Class S Football Quarterfinals – St. Joseph 62, O’Brien Tech 0     |     FCIAC Football Thanksgiving Scoreboard: Four league teams headed to states

HAN Live: Watch St. Joseph vs. New Canaan football on Friday

Kick off the 2017 FCIAC football season with the HAN Network as the St. Joseph Cadets take on the New Canaan Rams at Dunning Field on Friday at 7 p.m.

Both teams were state finalists last year, with New Canaan capturing its fifth consecutive CIAC Class L championship and St. Joseph falling one game short of the title with a loss to Hillhouse in the Class M final. New Canaan was 12-1 last season, while St. Joe’s was 10-3.

Coverage will begin with the FCIAC Tailgate pregame show at 5 p.m. The show, which is hosted by Frank Granito, John Kovach, Kevin Coleman and Kate Czaplinski, will feature a preview of the game as well as interviews with players and coaches.


You can watch the game live at 7 p.m. at and, as well as on all of the Network’s websites. The game will also be simulcast live on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Chs. 600/1600) and will be available on demand after its conclusion.


New Canaan and St. Joseph both have the look of contenders this season, and a win in week one could help set the stage for a good season.


Previews of both teams are available at the links below.

• New Canaan football set to begin its drive for five state titles (New Canaan Advertiser)

• St. Joseph to open football season in New Canaan (Trumbull Times)

New Canaan quarterback Drew Pyne. — Dave Stewart/HAN Network photo


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