Watch all three CT lacrosse championships live

The biggest day in Connecticut lacrosse is around the corner. And you won’t want to miss it.

HAN Network’s production team will be bringing you all three Connecticut lacrosse championship games in live streaming video through the CIAC and NFHS Network on Saturday, June 13, starting at 11 a.m. (Game times have not been made official yet by the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference.)

All three state lacrosse classes — L, M and S — are playing that Saturday at Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk. Direct game links are available at the links below.

Darien won last year’s Class M boys lacrosse championship. This year the Blue Wave are in Class L. The HAN Network’s production team will provide live video and play-by-play of all three lacrosse championships this month.

Darien won last year’s Class M boys lacrosse championship. This year the Blue Wave are in Class L. The HAN Network’s production team will provide live video and play-by-play of all three lacrosse championships this month.

Live video stream game links

The three defending champions: Greenwich (Class L), Darien (Class M) and St. Joseph (Class S) are back in this year’s state tournaments. (Darien, however, has been bumped up to Class L this year.)

The top seeds in the Class L tournament this year are No. 1 Simsbury, No. 2 Glastonbury, No. 3 Darien and No. 4 Xavier. Other schools from southwestern Connecticut include No. 5 Greenwich, No. 6 New Milford, No. 7 Fairfield Ludlowe, No. 9 Ridgefield, No. 11 Newtown, No. 12 Fairfield Prep, No. 14 Amity, No. 16 Trumbull and No. 20 Brien McMahon.

The top seeds in the Class M tournament this year are No. 1 North Haven, No. 2 New Canaan, No. 3 Berlin and No. 4 Joel Barlow. Other schools from southwestern Connecticut in Class M include No. 8 Notre Dame-West Haven, No. 19 Wilton and No. 21 Brookfield.

The top seeds in the Class S tournament this year are No. 1 Granby, No. 2 Somers, No. 3 Old Lyme and No. 4 Lewis Mills. Other schools from southwestern Connecticut in Class S include No. 10 St. Joseph, No. 12 Immaculate and No. 13 Weston.

The live sporting events and archived video are available for a subscription fee, which varies based on how long you want access to the NFHS Network. Part of the subscription fee will benefit the ongoing operations of the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC), its member schools and student athletes. You can subscribe to other CIAC tournament broadcasts at this link.

The HAN Network is part of Hersam Acorn, which owns and operates 13 newspapers and many more news and lifestyle websites in southwestern Connecticut and Westchester, NY along withHANRadio.com, the voice of Hersam Acorn, which features live news, sports and entertainment throughout the year. Much of HAN’s daily news and sports programming is broadcast live on video. You can watch the videos or check out the daily schedule at HANRadio.com/livestream.

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