2017 FCIAC Spring Preview: Trumbull Eagles

The fourth stop of 2017 Spring FCIAC Tour brought us to Trumbull High School

Before the 2017 spring season begins, the HAN Network broadcasting crew visited all 17 FCIAC schools to interview sports captains and coaches. The fourth stop of 2017 Spring FCIAC Tour brought us to Trumbull High School on Wednesday, March 29.

HAN Network Sports Director Frank Granito interviews captains from Trumbull’s spring teams.  All those videos can be seen below.

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys volleyball  captains Dan Volchick, JJ Pfohl, Christopher Napolitano and Dan Montagnese. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ softball seniors Taylor Brown, Ally Szabo and Erica Fluskey, Briana Giacobbe, Lea Thompson, Stephanie Uptack and Emma Barrese. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ girls track and field captains Nicole Baker, Gesica Scaccia, Sara, Carlson and Kate Romanchick. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys track & field  captains  Jake Cappello, Tyler Gleen, Colin McLevy, Thang Dao and Charlie Taubl. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ girls golf  captains Carly Netting and Alexa Brown. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys golf  captains Ryan Levy and Alek Mierzejewski with coach Jeff Jones. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys tennis captains David Marchenko, Nicholas Marchenko and Anush Sureshbabu with Coach Laura Santelli. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ girls lacrosse captains Kate Burns, Emily Tinnesz and Sophia Hopwood. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ girls tennis captains Emily Fox, Isha Dalal, Keerthi Yalamanchili and Vaneessa Woods. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys baseball captains Andrew Jojko, Dustin Siquerra, Danny Rucholski and Vinny DeRubeis. 

Here’s our interview with the Eagles’ boys lacrosse captains Jake Liebowitz, Spencer Biebel,  Alec Neubauer and Danny Hoffmann. 

HAN’s spring season launches in the midst of our FCIAC tour. Our first game is Saturday, April 1, when Darien High boys lacrosse faces off with Yorktown.

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