March 5, 2014; Updated: 7:12 am
Highlights of Woodstock's ECC semifinal win over New London.
March 6, 2014; Updated: 7:01 am
Full GameDay broadcast of NFA's ECC boys basketball semifinal win.
March 6, 2014; Updated: 6:52 am
Full GameDay broadcast of Woodstock Academy's ECC boys basketball semifinal win.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 1:49 am
Highlights from Wednesday's GameDay broadcast of NFA's win over Ledyard in the ECC boys basketball semifinals.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 12:09 am
Video Open for Wednesday's GameDay broadcast pf the ECC boys basketball semifinals.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 12:06 am
Ledyard assistant Troy McKelvin was a three-sport star at New London. A vocal presence on the sideline, he and fellow former Whaler Dave Cornish have brought New London?s winning tradition to Ledyard.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 11:57 pm
His contributions may not show up on the stats sheet after every game, but senior forward Ibo Rivera has been a big part of NFA’s success this year.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 11:47 pm
Woodstock senior guard Trent Peters looks younger than he is, and opponents quickly regret underestimating the dangerous three point shooter.
March 5, 2014; Updated: 11:44 pm
Senior Josh Maynard plays center for the Whalers, but he can dribble and run the floor like a guard. And look out when he pulls up from beyond the arc.
March 1, 2014; Updated: 7:13 am
NFA defeats New London 53-45.
March 1, 2014; Updated: 10:10 pm
Highlights from NFA's 53-45 win over New London in the ECC championship game.
March 1, 2014; Updated: 11:08 am
Lexus Childs-Harris comes from a family of basketball stars, but a recent diagnosis of Graves? disease has made success on the court more difficult.
February 28, 2014; Updated: 11:28 am
NFA coaches Bill Scarlata, Tom Pirie, Bill Sullivan and Lance Heard have decades of experience, but how do they handle the age gap between themselves and their team of teenage girls?
February 28, 2014; Updated: 11:16 am
Kerrianne Dugan had a successful playing career at Waterford High School and Central Connecticut. Now in her second year as head coach at New London, she has turned a 2-18 team into a contender.
February 15, 2014; Updated: 8:51 pm
Highlights of Hartford Public's 75-64 win over Ledyard.
|All games live on theday.com|
|Waterford 53, East Lyme 39||Dec. 18|
|NFA 53, Ledyard 41||Jan. 17|
|Ledyard 91, Woodstock 77||Jan. 31|
|NFA 71, New London, 59||Feb. 14|
|Hartford Public 75, Ledyard 64||Feb. 15|
|NFA 53, New London 45; girls ECC finals||Feb. 28|
|Woodstock Academy 62, New London 55||March 5; ECC Semifinal|
|NFA 63, Ledyard 57||March 5; ECC Semifinal|
|NFA 58, Woodstock 54||March 7; ECC Championship|
Mark Brown, play-by-play
Mark Brown is a 20-year veteran sportscaster with ESPN International. He has broadcast the NBA, NFL, MLB, tennis, soccer, cycling and a variety of international competitions. His play-by-play experience includes more than 300 NBA games (including 8 NBA Finals and 9 All-Star games) and over 40 NFL games (including Super Bowls XXXII and XXXV).
Mark is a 1987 graduate of Bates College with a B.A. in History and was a 4-year letterman in basketball. He is a Westbrook High School alum where he was a three-sport captain and a 1st Team All-Shoreline Conference selection in basketball and soccer. He resides in Old Saybrook, CT with his wife Lynn and sons Davis and Carson
Casey O’Neill, color commentary
Casey O’Neill is a graduate of New London High School and Wesleyan University. He got his start in broadcasting in 1990 for WNLC radio. He is a member of Comedy on Demand improv troupe, Steve Elci and Friends children’s music group, and the Kidsploration webtv series. When not working as a broadcaster or entertainer, Casey is the juvenile probation supervisor in Hartford. He is married to Michele and is father of AJ (6 years old).
Dave Edgecomb, sideline reporter
A Ledyard High alum, Dave Edgecomb graduated from the University of Tampa, where he provided play-by-play for Spartans basketball and baseball games, as well as hosted his own weekly radio show. After graduation Dave worked as a sports producer and anchor for WTVT, the local Fox television station in Tampa, covering everything from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to high school football. When not working, Dave enjoys working out while jamming to the newest hip-hop music, as well as writing short stories.