NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Vantage Sports Network (VSN-CT), Frontier Communications’ new local sports channel, will broadcast highlights from some of the area's biggest high school football games throughout the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Coverage kicks off at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, with a special “Football Feast” edition of "CT Sports Now," the channel’s daily sports highlights show.
On Friday, Nov. 25, VSN-CT will re-broadcast the highlights show and replay select games in their entirety.
“High school football games on Thanksgiving are a tradition that brings families and communities together in Connecticut,” said Paul Quick, senior vice president of Frontier’s Connecticut Operations. “We are delighted to bring these games and highlights to our customers and hope that everyone gets a chance to see their children, grandchildren and friends play in the big game.”
VSN-CT, which is exclusive to Frontier’s Vantage TV customers, recently launched with the goal of providing all-local youth, high school and collegiate sports coverage to customers across the state.
In addition to "CT Sports Now," the channel also broadcasts a variety of live games and replays throughout the day.
The channel broadcasts from Sacred Heart University’s state-of-the-art television studio. Content is developed by Noah Finz, with SHU students serving as field producers, directors, studio managers and editors.
Current Vantage TV customers can watch the special Thanksgiving edition of "CT Sports Now" on channels 600 or 1600 (HD).
The games featured in the Thanksgiving show will include:
• Staples at Greenwich
• Darien at New Canaan
• Amity at North Haven
• Notre Dame West Haven at Hamden
• Naugatuck at Ansonia
• Derby at Shelton
• Weston at Joel Barlow
• Bridgeport Central at Harding
• Fairfield Prep at West Haven
• Hillhouse at Wilbur Cross
• Norwich Free Academy at New London
• East Lyme at Waterford
• Cheshire at Southington
• Bristol Eastern at Bristol Central
• Brien McMahon at Norwalk
• St. Joseph at Trumbull
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