Quick Hits: Waterford 35, Fitch 26

By Peter Huoppi

Quick video highlights from Waterford's 35-26 win over Fitch. Come back Tuesday for the WiredZone highlights show with exclusive locker room and sideline audio from both coaches.


GameDay 2016 Schedule

Date/TimeGame
Jan. 5 New London 44, Waterford 41
Jan. 15 Fitch 57, Ledyard 51
Jan. 26 Waterford 64, NFA 63 (OT)
Feb. 2 Ledyard 66, Bacon 59
Feb. 16 Ledyard 48, New London 43
Feb. 26 ECC Girls Final
Mar. 2 ECC Boys Semifinals
Mar. 4 ECC Boys Final

All games webcast live on theday.com.

About GameDay

GameDay's webcast team consists of Casey O’Neill and Keith O'Brien.

Casey O’Neill is a lifetime Southeastern Connecticut athlete, broadcaster, and performer.

Beginning in 1989 with WNLC radio, Casey has been a part of the coverage of local high school sports for the last 25 years. A graduate of NLHS and Wesleyan University, Casey can be seen performing family music with Steve Elci and Friends, improv comedy with Comedy On Demand, and on theday.com-produced web show Kidsploration.

Keith O'Brien has been involved in sports around the region his whole life. Known as the"Sports Doctor," O'Brien hosts a weekly radio sports talk show on WXLM (980-AM) Saturday mornings. He is a former basketball coach and official and mentor in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program, recognized as the Big Brother of the Year in 2012. Keith will handle sideline duties on theday.com webcasts. 

GAMEDAY BASKETBALL 2015

Highlights: Ledyard 89, Waterford 74

Highlights: Ledyard 89, Waterford 74

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Highlights: New London 61, Windham 53

C.J. Parker: more than a 'glue guy'

C.J. Parker: more than a 'glue guy'

Ledyard senior DeAnte Bruton

Ledyard senior DeAnte Bruton

Windham comfortable in underdog role

Windham comfortable in underdog role


GAMEDAY FOOTBALL 2013

WiredZone: New London-Middletown

Experience New London's last-second victory over Middletown from the perspective of the head coaches. Duane Maranda and Sal Morello were wired for sound, providing a unique look inside the locker room, on the sideline and in the huddle.

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