Nutmeg Sports, HAN’s Connecticut sport show, airs Monday-Thursday at 2 pm on HAN.Network, hosted by Frank Granito, Kevin Coleman, Donald Eng and various HAN sports editors.
On the Wednesday, March 22, episode of Nutmeg Sports Frank Granito and Kevin Coleman breakdown the entire winter seasons. From buzzer beating shots to first time champions, our hosts pick the top plays, performances, and games of the 2016-2017 winter season.
Our hosts start with the winter season’s top plays. From buzzer beating shots, to slam dunks, huge saves, and much more Frank, Kevin and Eric all share their favorite moments from the FCIAC’s winter athletes. Lea Zavattarro’s record setting pole vault at the FCIAC championship, Dimitry Moise’s huge slam in the FCIAC tournament, or a Sean Keegans’ glove save, will one of these take home the top play of the winter.
With so many great games to choose from how can we pick just one game as the best as winter? Was it one of the numerous overtime playoff games we saw, or maybe it was one of the first time champions taking home the title. From Alumni Hall to Terry Conners, up to the Flyodd Little Athletic Center and back to the Z where the cheerleaders flipped their way through competition, we have all the FCIAC sports covered.
Finally which athlete put together the top individual performance of the winter. Was it one of the 7 Danbury wrestlers to win and FCIAC championship or maybe Tim Kane of Warde on his way to setting several state records. Rookie goaltenders proved they belong all season long in girls ice hockey, and we saw seniors carry their teams refusing to let their careers come to an end.
There is only one way to find out who the best of the winter was and it’s on today’s episode of Nutmeg Sports.