Leading the way
Naugatuck senior and boys basketball co-captain Fejiro Onakpoma scored a career-high 28 points in Saturday’s 54-50 loss to Ansonia.
A career high
Woodland junior Maddie Hupprich scored a career-high 15 points in the Hawks’ 41-23 win over Oxford on Monday
Naugatuck sophomore Molly Kennedy scored a career-high 12 points to lead the Greyhounds to their first win of the season over Ansonia, 52-7, on Monday.
The leader of the pack
Woodland senior Carla Piccolo is leading the Woodland girls basketball team in scoring with an average of 14 points per game.
Naugatuck senior Nicole Boucher leads the Greyhounds’ offense on the court with an average of a little over 10 points per game.
Word from the Woods
The Hawks will need to wait to get the season under way. Their first swim meet against Crosby was rescheduled to Dec. 30.
The Greyhounds got the season off to a successful start with a convincing 80-68 win over Kennedy on Tuesday. The Greyhounds secured first and second place in four individual events before swimming exhibition the rest of the way. Eight different swimmers stepped up to secure the first- and second-place finishes. Event winners included Brian Goggin (200 free), Peter Morrissey (200 IM), Eric Cruz (50 free and diving) and Nicholas Ryan (100 fly). Naugatuck will scrimmage Glastonbury on Tuesday before some time off. The Greyhounds are scheduled to get back to league competition Jan. 8 against Crosby.