Category Archives: Swimming


Greyhounds swim to fifth

WATERBURY — Naugy proved to be competitive in a deep and talented NVL. The Greyhounds finished fifth out of 12 teams with 370.5 points at the NVL swimming and diving…


Hawks claim sixth at NVLs

WATERBURY — The Woodland boys swam their way to sixth place at the Naugatuck Valley League championships. Once the final splash subsided at Kennedy High School March 7, the Hawks…


Wilde goes out with gold

Bentley University diver Paige Wilde saved her best for last. Wilde, a Naugatuck resident, won double gold at the Northeast-10 championships last month at Southern Connecticut State University in New…


A wave of momentum

NAUGATUCK — The NVL swimming and diving season is going down to the wire — and the Naugatuck Greyhounds are right in the thick of it. Naugy, like most other…


Approach remains the same for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — The goal for the Woodland boys swimming and diving team has been the same all season long — for each swimmer to put up their best time…


Growth shows for Woodland

BEACON FALLS — Before the boys swim season began in December, Woodland head coach Tom Currier knew he had a mostly inexperienced squad on his hands. The Hawks returned just…


Naugy shows plenty of promise

NAUGATUCK — Don’t count out Naugy. That was the major takeaway for Greyhounds head coach Jim McKee following a loss to Holy Cross on Tuesday afternoon. While some may see…


Hawks perfecting their stroke

BEACON FALLS — As the saying goes, looks can be deceiving. The indication of a successful swimming team can’t always be measured by wins and losses in meets. The Woodland…


Depth on display

Greyhounds lean on deep roster to swim past Hawks NAUGATUCK — Naugy’s biggest asset might be its depth. The Greyhounds put it on display last Friday night in a 99-69…


Naugy swimming for title

NAUGATUCK — Despite graduating nearly 20 seniors a year ago, the Naugatuck boys swimming and diving team could be even better than their fourth-place finish last season in the NVLs….