Watch interviews with Danbury High School’s 2016-17 winter sports captains, who joined us on the HAN Network’s Winter FCIAC Tour.
Before we start covering the FCIAC’s games this season, we piled into the HAN Cruiser and set out to visit all 17 schools in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference. Our third stop was in Danbury on Wednesday, Dec. 7.
HAN Network sports director Frank Granito talked with the Hatters’ wrestling, basketball indoor track, ice hockey, swimming and cheerleading captains. You can watch those interviews below.
Danbury Cheerleading captains: Cayla Balzarini, Lexi Lucas and Brittany Falkowski
Danbury wrestling captains: Peterson Souza, Andrew Marquis and Jakob Camacho
Danbury ski team captains: Sarah Bradsell and Lucas Brecher
Danbury Boys Indoor Track & Field captains: Terrell Cunningham, Tumani Edwards and Edmond Olivacce
Danbury Girls Indoor Track & Field captains: Bridget Chiaravalle and Ruby Mboya
Danbury Boys Basketball captains: Marcus Fox and Titus James
Danbury Girls Basketball captains: Emily Broggy, Tiana Myers, Rebecca Kohn and Zoe Coleman
Danbury Ice Hockey: Douglas Alfidi, is the Danbury captain of the Danbury-Bethel-Brookfield co-op team:
Danbury Swimming & Diving captains: James Lukasik, Daniel Simmons and Gabriela Campanario
This winter on HAN
The HAN Network’s winter sports season kicks off with a boys ice hockey doubleheader on Saturday, Dec. 17, at the newly minted Darien Ice House. Watch defending state champion Darien take on Hamden after New Canaan plays Notre Dame-West Haven. Coverage that Saturday begins at 3:40 p.m. on HAN.Network.
Live on HAN this December!
🏒 Darien vs. Hamden boys hockey
🏒 New Canaan vs. Notre Dame-West Haven boys hockey
🏀 Fairfield Warde at Ridgefield girls basketball
🏒 Greenwich at Stamford-Westhill-Staples girls hockey
🏒 Darien vs. New Canaan boys hockey
🏀 Norwalk Boys Basketball Holiday Tournament
You can check out the rest of the schedule, featuring ice hockey, basketball, wrestling, indoor track and field and the FCIAC cheerleading championships, here (which is still being finalized). We’ll be adding more games in January based on the best matchups in the league.
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