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Hawks off to fast start

The Hawks have been one of the Naugatuck Valley League’s surprise teams out of the gate, winning their first three games for the first time since 2007 — the same…

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Hawks display dominance

BEACON FALLS — Woodland dominated Wolcott from every angle on the softball diamond Monday afternoon in Beacon Falls. The Hawks cracked 10 hits and scored in every inning, Samantha Lee…

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Reigning champs

Hawks seek to track down another title BEACON FALLS — Another track and field season is on the horizon, and that means more championships could be coming for the strong…

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Competitive spirit

Hawks look to competition to yield wins BEACON FALLS — Woodland baseball coach Mike Kingsley hopes preseason competition leads to in-season wins. The fourth-year head coach said there is more…

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Hawks blend senior leadership, talent

BEACON FALLS — A strong senior quartet hopes to lead the Woodland softball team back to the top of the Naugatuck Valley League. Senior co-captains Brianna Pacileo, Samantha Lee, Natalie…

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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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Hawks swim to 8th at states

BEACON FALLS — Not limited by its baker’s dozen roster, the Woodland boys swim team posted an eighth-place finish at last week’s Class S championships at Wesleyan University in Middletown….

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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…