Top 15 moments of 2015

It’s the final Nutmeg Sports of 2015 and we’re taking a look back at the top games and plays on the HAN Network (see video below).

Rob Adams and Donald Eng break down the top moments HAN captured, from video highlights to the earlier days of audio-only HAN Radio broadcasts.

Nutmeg Sports airs live Monday-Wednesday at 2 p.m.

The Top 15 of ’15 list includes:

15) Oxford Softball no-hitter against Tolland

14) Darien tops Wilton on penalty corners in FCIAC field hockey final

13) Greenwich boys hockey beats Glastonbury in overtime

12) New Canaan’s Michael Collins makes 9 touchdown passes versus Trumbull

11) Darien’s Mark Evancheck sets state record for sacks versus Staples

10) Brien McMahon baseball beats Norwalk in Cooperstown, N.Y.

9) North Haven girls basketball over Lauralton Hall in overtime in wild state playoff game.

8) Wilton girls basketball beats Mercy in the state semis to send them to the state championship.

7) Ridgefield wins girls FCIAC hoops title over Greenwich.

6) Darien wins first state hockey title since 1969 over Greenwich.

5) Ludlowe upsets Darien for the FCIAC girls volleyball title.

4) Darien wins Turkey Bowl and final FCIAC Championship game.

3) The girls state hockey championship tie and ensuing controversy.

2) Wilton wins FCIAC baseball title in extra innings.

1) Robby Jones homerun beats Greenwich baseball in extra innings.

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