Tag Archives: Basketball


Naugy nets last-second win

ANSONIA — The first day of the NVL boys basketball season had its share of excitement, especially at Ansonia High School. With a second left in the fourth quarter, Naugatuck…


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…


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…


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…


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…


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….


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…


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…


Hoops returning with restrictions

NAUGATUCK — The Parks Commission last week voted in favor of returning the basketball hoops to the Joseph Healy Recreation Area next to Salem School. The hoops were originally removed…


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’…