On Demand: FCIAC Girls Basketball Championship – #1 Trumbull vs. #2 Wilton

The HAN Network will be broadcasting live from Fairfield Ludlowe High School as the #1 Trumbull Eagles take on the #2 Wilton Warriors in the FCIAC Girls Basketball Championship on Thursday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m.

Our free live broadcast has ended. You can watch the game on demand here.

The #1 Trumbull Eagles face the #2 Wilton Warriors in the FCIAC girls basketball championship game live on the HAN Network on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m.

You can watch the HAN Network’s live pregame show at 6:50 p.m., and the game live at HAN.Network, or on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Chs. 600/1600).

In their only meeting during the regular season, Trumbull beat Wilton 59-42 on Feb. 5th.

The Wilton Warriors (16-4 overall, 13-3 in the FCIAC) defeated the #5 Stamford Black Knights in the semifinals, 43-42, Tuesday night at the Fairfield Ludlowe High School.

In their nail-biting victory in the semifinals, the Warriors were led by senior captain Claire Gulbin, who put her team on her back. Gulbin scored a game-high 20 points, including the game-winning layup at the end of regulation.

Head coach Rob Coloney in his third season has his team playing with confidence as they continue to be a great story this season.

The defending champion Trumbull Eagles (19-1 overall, 15-1 FCIAC) were able to hold off #5 Stamford, 51-44, in their semifinal match Tuesday night at Fairfield Ludlowe High School.

The Eagles got out to a comfortable lead after the first half in the semifinals, but after Stamford made a second-half surge to get within three points it was the defense that helped Trumbull punch a ticket back to the conference title game. Senior captain Julie Keckler led the way on both sides of the floor as she finished with 11 points, but it was the freshmen Cassi Barbato who hit some clutch fourth quarter shots to finish with 11 points as well.

Head coach Steve Tobitsch looks to win back-to-back FCIAC championships with a loaded roster filled with talent and dominant team defense.

Frank Granito and Kevin Coleman will be on the call.

How To Watch

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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.

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