Young football broadcaster meets Greenwich High captains

Cardinals coach, captains help Make-A-Wish CT, HAN Network

Make-A-Wish Connecticut introduced HAN to future wish kid, Ben McFadden. Ben, a big football fan, joined the HAN Network in Greenwich on Saturday, Sept. 17, when the Cardinals were preparing to play Trinity Catholic.

Ben was ready to interview the captains, and had questions prepared for Mike Ceci, Tyler Ferris, Ben Kraninger and Paul Williams. Head Coach John Marinelli also gave Ben a set of Cardinals helmet decals.

Watch Ben’s interview with the captains below:

Ben had some tough questions for the Cardinals, and shared pregame and halftime analysis with Frank Granito and John Kovach during the HAN Network’s broadcast of Greenwich’s 41-20 victory over the Trinity Catholic Crusaders.

The mission of Make-A-Wish is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Since 1986, Make-A-Wish Connecticut has granted over 2,700 wishes to local kids – over 240 in its recent Fiscal Year alone. Find out more at http://ct.wish.org/.

HAN Network is the official broadcast partner of the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference, the premiere high school sports league in Connecticut. You can watch streaming HD broadcasts of FCIAC sports this fall including football, soccer, volleyball and field hockey. Check out our broadcast schedule here.

Make-A-Wish Connecticut helped Ben McFadden of Greenwich meet the Greenwich High School football coach and captains, and appear on the HAN Network broadcast of the Cardinals game against the Trinity Catholic Crusaders with John Kovach (left) and Frank Granito).

Make-A-Wish Connecticut helped Ben McFadden of Greenwich meet the Greenwich High School football coach and captains, and appear on the HAN Network broadcast of the Cardinals game against the Trinity Catholic Crusaders with John Kovach (left) and Frank Granito).

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