Category Archives: Soccer


Naugy hangs tough with Cross

WATERBURY — Naugatuck put undefeated Holy Cross on notice last Saturday after scoring the first goal in an NVL girls soccer showdown at Municipal Stadium. The Crusaders (12-0-1) managed a…


Rivalry reheated

‘Hounds, Wildcats dual to draw SEYMOUR — Quite a few seasons have passed since the Naugatuck and Seymour boys soccer teams had an all out free-for-all on the pitch. Last…


Rolling along

Greyhounds blend balanced offense, stout defense NAUGATUCK — The key to success for Naugatuck boys soccer has always been centered around a physical defensive presence and the go-to-guy on offense….


Hawks seek to turn hard work into wins

BEACON FALLS — One win can make a difference, just ask the Woodland boys soccer team. After a 1-3 start to the season, Woodland entered its game against Sacred Heart…


Hawks surge past ‘Hounds

BEACON FALLS — The Hawks used a second-half barrage to edge rival Naugatuck 4-2 in a back-and-forth, physical game Monday afternoon at Woodland Regional High School. A penalty kick by…


Focusing a must for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — Woodland girls’ soccer head coach Cait Witham stood over her team exhausted with a look of utter frustration, knowing how close her team was to being 3-0…


Hawks seek to fortify defense

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Hawks boys’ soccer team has scored nine goals in their first four games on the season, which would generally be a good sign early on….


Naugy runs early-season gauntlet

NAUGATUCK — It took one week and four games, but the Greyhounds picked up their first win of the season Tuesday night at home against Torrington. The Greyhounds (1-3) blanked…


Practice makes perfect

NAUGATUCK — Going full-tilt in practice is paying off for the Naugy boys soccer team. The ‘Hounds improved to 4-0 following a 4-0 victory over Kennedy on Tuesday evening. Naugy…


Opening day on the pitch

Naugatuck and Woodland kicked off the soccer season Tuesday as the boys and girls teams faced off on the pitch. The Naugatuck boys went to Woodland and came away with…