Category Archives: Basketball

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Down to the wire

Hawks, ‘Hounds battle to buzzer NAUGATUCK — The Woodland girls basketball team took on the Greyhounds last Friday in the first game to be played in the new-look Ed Mariano…

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Naugy out to make noise

NAUGATUCK — The renovation of the gymnasium at Naugatuck High School has just been completed. Just like the renovation, tryouts have also wrapped up for Coach Mike Wilson and his…

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Hawks look to start fast

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys basketball team is looking to pick up from where it ended last season — on a high note. “We finished last year strong and…

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Youth movement

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Valley saw a significant amount of snow last week for the first time this school year, and along with school cancellations, the storm made sure to…

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Hawks eye return to postseason

BEACON FALLS — After winning three of four games to close out last season, the Woodland girls basketball team is looking to carry that momentum onto the hardwood this year….

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Basketball association holding tryouts

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Basketball Association is holding tryouts for the upcoming season. Tryouts are Dec. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hillside Intermediate School, 51 Hillside Ave. Players…

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Grinder Boys claim title

NAUGATUCK — They don’t call it March Madness for nothing. The Little Pal senior boys basketball tournament had all the highs and lows that give meaning to the thrill of…

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Tournament to benefit Prospect family

BEACON FALLS — The first Karen Delpama 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament will be held Saturday at Woodland Regional High School. Longtime Prospect residents Joe and Karen Delpama both contracted…

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Winter wrap-up

  At long last, the high school winter sports season is all over in these parts. We say that not as much in a good-riddance manner as we do ready…

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Finish not indicative of progress

BRISTOL — Don’t be fooled by the ending; the Woodland boys basketball program continues to grow. Tuesday night’s state tournament loss to St. Paul was another example of the Hawks’…