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Ellington at Suffield
Thursday Sept. 18
Girls 5:00pm; Boys 7:00pm
Broadcast premieres:
Boys Monday Sept. 22, 8:30pm
Girls: Tuesday Sept. 23 10:00pm

North Haven at Xavier
Friday Sept. 19 7:00pm
Palmer Field, Middletown

Sept. 20-21, downtown Hartford
Broadcast premiere: Oct. 2

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The Wire: Rockies team up with Rock Cats; Ledyard rolls in #ctgvb;
Soccer twinbill in Suffield; New GameTime, #ctbsoc tonight

SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 on the CPTV Sports Wire: The Colorado Rockies make the New Britain Rock Cats’ their new Double A affiliate; Ledyard blanks Lyman Memorial in girls volleyball (see it Monday at 7:00pm); the CPTV crew is in Ellington this afternoon for a boys-girls soccer doubleheader vs. Suffield; A new GameTime tonight (NOTE time has been changed to 6:30pm) — lots of talk about HS football and Farmington boys soccer coach Steve Waters stops by; GameTime is followed at 7:00pm by the Indians’ recent win over Newington.

The Wire, CPTV Sports’ radio initiative featuring reports by Francesco Graziano Jr. can be heard on our exclusive radio partners, sports stations ESPN 97.9 FM and Fox Sports Radio 1410 in Hartford.

HS Boys Soccer: Farmington 3, Newington 0

Evan Hughes, Jared Edelson and Alec Maccarone scored to give host Farmington High a 3-0 victory over Newington in a CCC boys soccer game Sept. 15. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Thursday Sept. 18 at 7:00pm.

Farmington, the defending state Class L champion, improved to 3-0. Jeff Crook had one save for the Indians. Edelson scored on a penalty kick early in the second half.

Zack Harmon had 11 saves for Newington (1-2).

HS field hockey: Stonington 7, NFA

Molly Crowley scored a hat trick to lead host Stonington to a 7-0 ECC field hockey victory over Norwich Free Academy Sept. 16. CPTV Sports was there and will show the broadcast premiere Tuesday Sept. 23 at 7:30pm.

Casey Williams, Meaghan Dreher, Margot Calmar and Haley Duba also scored for Stonington (2-0); goalie Cameron Dreher had three saves. Helen Heyse had 11 saves for NFA (1-1).