Tag Archives: Basketball

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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…

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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…

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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’…

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Hawks falter after fast start

BRISTOL — The Woodland boys basketball team couldn’t have asked for a better start. Perhaps that’s why it made the ending so harsh. Eighth-seeded St. Paul turned a two-point halftime…

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Naugy bows out of tourney

NEW HAVEN — The Naugatuck boys basketball season came to an end on Monday in the first round of the Class L state tournament with a 72-53 loss to No….

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Officials debate returning hoops

NAUGATUCK — The idea of putting the basketball hoops back up at the Joseph Healy Recreation Area is not a slam dunk with everyone in the borough. The hoops, which…

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Surge shows glimpse of future

BEACON FALLS — Even though the Woodland girls basketball team missed out on the postseason, head coach Jess Moffo can’t help but be excited with the way her Hawks finished…

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Postseason awaits

‘Hounds, Hawks to go on the road in tournaments Both local high school boys basketball teams will hit the road early next week for first-round state tournament action. In Class…

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Season comes to a close

WILTON — The Naugatuck girls basketball season came to an end on Tuesday in the first round of the Class L state tournament. The No. 27 Greyhounds went up against…

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Ariola takes her game to next level

While Angelica Ariola can’t take all of the credit for the unprecedented success the Roger Williams University women’s basketball team has experienced the last two years, it’s also probably not…