Watch live: Fairfield Warde at Westhill girls soccer

The Westhill High girls soccer team will host Fairfield Warde in an early-season FCIAC showdown on Monday, Sept. 21, at 4 p.m. — and you can watch it live.

Monday afternoon’s tilt will be carried with live streaming video and audio on HAN.Network and its partner sites, including Fairfield-Sun.com and FCIAC.net. All regular season Connecticut sports contests on HAN.Network are broadcast for free. You can see the initial fall schedule here.

Warde earned a share of the FCIAC championship last fall, drawing Staples High of Westport, 1-1, in the final. The Mustangs, led by ninth-year head coach Tom Cunningham, finished as the runner-up in the Class LL state tournament, falling to Glastonbury High, 2-1 in two overtimes.

HAN’s Rob Adams and Bill Bloxsom talk with the Fairfield Warde girls soccer captains and coach about the season:

Five-foot-11 senior goalkeeper Mollie Kerrigan, a University of Connecticut commit, leads the charge for Warde. Seniors Jenn Maldonado and Claire Pullen key the outfield players, while sophomore Lauren Tangney recently gave a verbal commitment to Wake Forest according to the Ruden Report’s Dave Ruden.

The Mustangs defeated Bridgeport Central, 7-0, in their season opener on Sept. 11.

Anna Glovin and Teresa Andres scored two goals apiece, while Taylor Gabrenas, Courtney Scheetz and Lauren Burns added single markers.

Glovin notched a pair assists, while Hannah Allen, Claire Pullen and Megan Pullen had one apiece.

Coach Dave Flower’s Westhill side, the reiging FCIAC West Division champions, returns two of the top players in the league in junior forward Chelsea Domond and junior defender Natalie Druehl.

Domond netted a hat trick in the Vikings’ 6-1 season-opening victory over Danbury High.

Corinne Dente, Claudia Benz and Alex Fischer tallied single goals for Westhill.

The Vikings qualified for the FCIAC tournament last fall, dropping a 2-0 decision to Ridgefield High in the quarterfinals. The Tigers also eliminated the Vikings in the second round of the Class LL state tournament via a 3-0 decision.

The HAN Network, formerly known as Hersam Acorn Newspapers, is the exclusive FCIAC broadcast partner through the spring of 2018. HAN Network’s broadcasting division replaces HANRadio.com with a new focus on live video streams of high school athletics along with the Network’s news and lifestyle programming.

Fairfield Warde goalkeeper Mollie Kerrigan.

Mollie Kerrigan and Hannah Allen of Fairfield Warde girls soccer pose for a photo in front of the HAN Cruiser during HAN Network’s tour of FCIAC schools to preview the fall sports season. — Joshua Fisher photo

Mollie Kerrigan and Hannah Allen of Fairfield Warde girls soccer pose for a photo in front of the HAN Cruiser during HAN Network’s tour of FCIAC schools to preview the fall sports season. — Joshua Fisher photo

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