The FCIAC title will be on the line as the HAN Network will broadcast the final day of the Joe Sikorski Wrestling Championship on Saturday, Feb. 10 at 4 p.m.
Full coverage scheduled to start at 4 p.m. and can be seen at HAN.Network, or on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Chs. 600/1600).
Danbury High has won seven consecutive titles. Fairfield Warde placed second a year ago and the Mustangs are the last team to unseat the Hatters, winning in 2009-10 to snap a string of 23 Danbury titles.
Danbury has 11 top-four seeds, followed by New Canaan (8), Warde (7), Westhill (6) and Trumbull (4).
The seedings are weighted by past performances.
Wilton junior Travis Longo (22-0) is the first seed at 106 pounds). Danbury sophomore Tyler Johnson (13-1) is seeded second, Trumbull sophomore Jack Ryan (27-2) third and Warde freshman Dylan Cruvinel (21-9) fourth.
At 113 pounds, Danbury junior Ben LeBlanc (13-0) is the first seed. Westhill junior Themy Barkas (20-4) is seeded second, Trumbull sophomore Brandon Neri-Jacobs (25-8) third and Staples sophomore Terry Brannigan (23-6) fourth.
Danbury senior Jakob Camacho is the top seed at 126 pounds. Wilton senior Nick Rende (25-3) is seeded second, Westhill sophomore Tommy Mazur (28-3) third and New Canaan freshman Justin Mastroianni (18-2) fourth.
At 132 pounds, Danbury junior Kyle Fields (13-2) is seeded first. Warde senior Alex Steele (26-2) is the second seed. Ridgefield senior Jess Walker (19-3) is third and New Canaan senior Luigi DeRubeis (20-3).
New Canaan sophomore Tyler Sung (20-0) is the top seed at 138 pound. Trumbull junior Matt Ryan (29-2) is second, Warde junior Noah Zuckerman (21-1) is third and Westhill sophomore Alex Edwards (23-7) fourth.
At 145 pounds, Stamford senior Garey Mendez (27-7) is the top seed. New Canaan junior Nate Sibbett (17-3) is the second seed, Ridgefield senior Peter Murray (29-6) third and Danbury senior Johnny Estevez (9-2) is fourth.
Danbury sophomore A.J. Kovacs (14-0) is the first seed at 152 pounds. Warde senior Kris Gjinaj (8-0) is the second seed, New Canaan junior Christian Sibbett (20-4) third and Ludlowe junior Eric Emmendor (27-7) fourth.
At 160 pounds, Warde junior Izaake Zuckerman (30-0) is the top seed. Ridgefield junior Simon Preston (30-2) is the second seed, Danbury senior David Pina (10-3) third and Ludlowe junior Thomas Murray (21-7) fourth.
Danbury senior Gino Baratta (13-2) is the top seed at 170 pounds. Wilton senior Zach Zeyher (23-4) is second, Stamford senior Jake Heerman (29-4) third and Norwalk sophomore Jakari Walker (16-6) fourth.
At 182 pounds, Greenwich junior Andrew Nanai (15-3 is seeded first. Trumbull junior Joe Palmieri (30-3) is the second seed, Ludlowe junior Stan Godlewski (27-7) third and McMahon senior Syrus Bradley (11-3) fourth.
Trumbull senior captain Brett Nutter (27-1) is the first seed at 195 pounds. Warde junior Joe Gjinaj (24-2) is second, McMahon sophomore Jeff Cocchia (20-4) third and New Canaan senior Andreas Moor (7-3) fourth.
At 220 pounds, New Canaan senior Nick Kortman (22-3) is the top seed. Danbury junior Dan Montez (12-2) is second, Westhill senior Josh Morris (19-8) third and McMahon freshman Dominick Almonte (9-5) fourth.
Staples junior George Harrington (29-0) is the first seed in the heavyweight division. New Canaan junior Jack Stewart (16-1) is second, Danbury sophomore Jordan Agosto (14-2) third and Westhill senior Christian Bier (20-6) fourth.
John Kovach, Mike Suppe, and Bill Bloxsom will be on the call and bring you full coverage all weekend long.
How To Watch
HAN Network’s live sports coverage begins at least 10 minutes before the games’ scheduled start. There are a few different ways you can watch the HAN Network:
Mobile: Watch the games, local news, politics and entertainment programming on your iPhone or Android phone with the HAN Network app. Download it here.
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Online: All HAN Network broadcasts are available live at HAN.Network and our affiliate websites, including FCIAC.net and all the other HAN Network local news websites.
On TV: All Frontier Communications subscribers in Connecticut can watch the simulcast of most HAN Network Connecticut sports broadcasts on the Vantage Sports Network at Channels 600 and 1600-HD.
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On demand: After the the live broadcast ends, the game is then available on demand to HAN Network subscribers. Due to processing time, It may take up to three hours after the conclusion of the game until the game is ready for viewing.
Schedule: Here’s our sports and news broadcast schedule.