Category Archives: Sports

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Unified front

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School Athletic Director Tom Pompei got the ball rolling in a unified effort that brought the first Unified Sports programs to the borough this spring. Pompei…

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Top moments of the sports season

Another year of high school sports is slowly fading away from us as we enter July. Just like every year, the young athletes from Woodland and Naugatuck high schools will…

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Naugy the top dogs

NAUGATUCK — The Naugy Dogs enter this week atop the Tri-State League standings. The adult baseball team, armed with multiple players who have been with the squad for 10 years,…

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Post 17 back in the hunt

NAUGATUCK — Redemption in baseball often comes with just one swing of the bat. Post 17 starting pitcher Spencer Dreher got his shot with one out in the bottom of…

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A game of inches

PROSPECT — Baseball has become a game of inches for the Prospect-Beacon Falls American Legion team. Posts 194/25 faced off against the top two teams in Zone 5 last week…

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Post 17 gets back to winning ways

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck American Legion baseball team got off to a 4-1 start and sat tied for the Zone 5 lead before stumbling against the top two competitors. Post…

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Prospect-Beacon Falls shows resolve

PROSPECT — The Posts 194/25 American Legion baseball team got off to a slow start on the season, but have shown their resolve of late. Prospect-Beacon Falls rode the pitching…

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Sports briefs

Giants win Peter J. Foley championship NAUGATUCK — The Giants won the Peter J. Foley Little League championship June 15 with a 5-0 win over the Athletics. JD Stone pitched…

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Braves win borough battle

NAUGATUCK — The Union City Braves and the Peter J. Foley Giants played for the borough title Saturday as the two Little League champions went head to head at Foley…

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Legally blind Naugatuck man conquers triathlon

MIDDLEBURY — Naugatuck’s David Alejandro has run three New York City marathons, two Hartford marathons, duathlons, triathlons, road races, even a full triathlon of 140.6 miles and a half triathlon…