The FCIAC boasts many of the top wrestlers in the New England region and this weekend, they\u2019ll battle for the conference championship as New Canaan High School hosts the annual Joe Sikorski FCIAC wrestling tournament. The HAN Network will carry all 15 weight class finals live beginning at 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 13,\u00a0\u00a0on\u00a0live.HAN.Network, TrumbullTimes.com,\u00a0FCIAC.net\u00a0and all the\u00a0HAN Network affiliates. HAN's Rob Adams will lead the call. The Danbury Hatters are the dominant force in the FCIAC, having 28 of the last 29 conference championships, a dynasty interrupted only in 2010, when Fairfield-Warde took the crown. Since then, the Hatters have won five straight titles. Danbury enters this year\u2019s tournament as the prohibitive favorite. The Hatters are ranked No. 1 in the state coaches poll as compiled by the Norwich Bulletin and, last week, they beat No. 2 New Milford, 43-16. Several teams could challenge Danbury and contend for a top spot, including Warde and Trumbull, who are ranked No. 6 and 7, respectively, and the Ludlowe Falcons. A large number of returning weight class champions and finalists will be back on the mats this season. The 106-pound class is built for young wrestlers. Three of the best are Danbury\u2019s Ben LeBlanc , Warde\u2019s Noah Zuckerman and Trumbull\u2019s Matt Ryan. The 113-pound weight class is stacked, with Danbury\u2019s Jakob Camacho and Trumbull\u2019s Tristan Haviland the favorites to reach the final. Those two met in last year\u2019s 106-pound final, with Camacho winning via pinfall in 1:16. With one more win, Haviland will teach 100 for his career. He is a junior. Kyle Fields of Danbury highlights the 120-pound weight class. The 126-pound class includes several contenders, with Warde\u2019s Alex Steele, Ludlowe\u2019s Austin Sherman, and Danbury\u2019s Joey Hulse leading that group. Danbury will also feature Jeremy Fields at 138 pounds, moving up two weight classes after taking the 120-pound title last year. His prime opposition includes Westhill\u2019s Matt Conte, Trumbull\u2019s Dante Montanaro, Warde\u2019s Jack Price, and Ridgefield\u2019s Colin Storm. Warde\u2019s Kane brothers \u2014 Tim and Charlie \u2014 are contenders to win their second straight championships, with Tim at 132 pounds and Charlie at 145. Their top challengers appear to be Danbury\u2019s Peterson Sousa at 132, and Danbury\u2019s Justin Peterson and Ludlowe\u2019s Bobby Clark at 145. The 152-pound class is highlighted by Ludlowe\u2019s Marcus Sherrod and Danbury\u2019s Jarek LaPlant. Chase Lind, who recently became Ludlowe\u2019s all-time winningest wrestler, will be battling for the 160-pound FCIAC championship after winning at 152 last winter. He\u2019ll likely receive a strong challenge from Trumbull\u2019s Joey Ryan, last year\u2019s 170-pound champ, with Greenwich\u2019s Mike Ceci in the hunt as well. The heavier weight classes are wide open, but Ludlowe\u2019s Lee Stenlid-Johansen and Warde\u2019s Jon Ocana stand out at 195; Danbury\u2019s Andrew Marquis is the headliner at 220; and Trumbull\u2019s Desmond Washington and Danbury\u2019s Michael Gaboardi are the leaders at heavyweight. The tournament will begin at 4:30 p.m., Friday, and will continue into the evening. Saturday\u2019s matches will start at 10 a.m., with the weight class finals capping the day at 4 p.m.