Category Archives: Tennis

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‘Hounds ready to take the court

Experience doesn’t always add up to victories, but if Naugy head coach Tony Loomis has any say about it then Naugatuck will be one of the teams to beat come…

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Hawks shaking things up

BEACON FALLS — It will be a year of consistency and change for the Woodland girls tennis team. The Hawks, who won the Naugatuck Valley League Brass Division title last…

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Baptism by fire

Young Hawks seek to carry on tennis legacy BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys tennis team may have to adjust its expectations just a bit as it comes off the…

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Ready to make a racket

NAUGATUCK — The optimistic approach of Naugatuck girls tennis coach Jose Sendra has led to players coming out in droves to be a part of the team. Last year 28…

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Greyhounds exceed expectations

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck girls tennis team brushed aside its inexperience and put together a solid 2013 season — and next year should be even better. Without a senior on…

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Woodland boys net best year on the court

BEACON FALLS — Woodland boys tennis coach Jim Amato didn’t want to acknowledge a potential peak in his program with this month’s Class S state tournament, but he couldn’t really…

Satisfying season for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — In a moment that was one of only a few lows in the Woodland girls tennis season, Hawks coach Jess DeGennaro found solace and satisfaction. When Woodland…

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Naugy boys face stiff competition at Class Ls

WILTON — The competition was fierce at the Class L opening round of the boys tennis tournament on Tuesday. The Greyhounds finished the day 1-7 with top singles player Julian…

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Woodland boys sweep up NVL gold

Woodland boys tennis coach Jim Amato doesn’t like to call his team dynastic, but at this point it’s tough to label it anything else. For the second year in a…

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Woodland duo nets gold

Last year, Woodland’s Liz Martin and Hope Gavigan fought through an all-day, five-match, 63-game marathon to finish as the runners-up in the Naugatuck Valley League doubles tournament. This spring, the…