Tag Archives: girls basketball

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Hawks show heart as they learn on the fly

WATERBURY — The overall inexperience of the Woodland girls basketball team makes winning a challenge early in the season. The Hawks (0-4) have yet to break into the win column…

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Hawks can’t overcome slow start

PLAINFIELD — A slow start hampered the Woodland girls in the opening round of the Class M state tournament Tuesday as the No. 25-seeded Hawks fell to No. 8 Plainfield, 58-30. Five…

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Greyhounds bow out of states

NORWICH — The Naugatuck girls battled Norwich Free Academy in the opening round of the Class LL state tournament Tuesday and trailed, 31-20, at the half. But the No. 20-ranked…

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Hawks fall in NVL quarterfinals

WATERBURY — A second monumental upset of Naugatuck Valley League girls title contender Torrington was not to be for Woodland. The Hawks, who were one of just four teams to…

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Naugy clinches tourney bid on senior night

NAUGATUCK — It was only fitting that the four seniors who helped turn around the Naugatuck girls basketball team after missing the state tournament a few years ago played an…

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Hawks surge past Seymour

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls basketball team struggled for most of the first half on Tuesday against  Seymour before pulling away for a 45-35 victory. Both teams were sluggish early; with 2:28…

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Naugy girls closing in on postseason bid

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck girls moved one step closer to qualifying for the state tournament with a 68-37 win over Derby last Friday as the Greyhounds celebrated Maple Hill Elementary School Night….

Slow start dooms Hawks

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls fell behind on Tuesday night and never recovered. St. Paul Catholic scored the game’s first 10 points and Mekaela Giantonio made seven 3-pointers to lift the…

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Greyhounds finish off Hawks

BEACON FALLS — The Naugatuck girls basketball team saw a few games fall by the wayside in the final period over the first half of the season, accounting for four…