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GameDay schedule and results

GameDay Classics Schedule for Spring 2020

 

Date/TimeGame (subject to change)
Thu. 4/23 2013: Middletown at New London football
Thu. 4/30 5:30 & 7:00 p.m. 2018: East Lyme vs. Waterford boys' basketball (regular season and ECC final)
Thu. 5/7 7:00 p.m. 2014 ECC boys' bsketball final: NFA vs. Woodstock
Thu. 5/14 7:00 p.m. 2017 Play for the Cure softball: Waterford at Stonington
Thu. 5/21 7:00 p.m. 2015: Bacon Academy at Fitch football
Thu 5/28 5:00 & 7:00 p.m. 2018 & 2019 ECC boys' lacrosse finals: East Lyme vs. Waterford

All games webcast live on theday.com.

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Highlights: East Lyme 13, Waterford 12

Highlights: East Lyme 13, Waterford 12


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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  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.


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