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Defending FCIAC champion Darien looks to be the first repeat FCIAC baseball champion since Staples in 2011 and 2012 when the Blue Wave travels to Westport to face the Wreckers in the FCIAC quarterfinals Friday, May 19, at 4 p.m.

Visit at 4 p.m. to watch the HAN Network live stream. After the game, it will be available on demand at Frank Granito, Kevin Coleman, and John Kovach will be on the call.

Staples is seeded third at 12-4. Darien is the six seed, 10-6 in the FCIAC.

The teams met in the regular season on May 4, with Darien walking off with a 4-3 victory, the decisive run scoring on a play at the plate in the bottom of the seventh.

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