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Approach remains the same for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — The goal for the Woodland boys swimming and diving team has been the same all season long — for each swimmer to put up their best time…


Locals make their mark at state open

NEW HAVEN — Naugy and Woodland both had notable performances at the indoor track and field state open at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven Saturday. After a…


Hawks battle through adverse season

BEACON FALLS — Woodland boys basketball head coach Tom Hunt hit the nail right on the head when he said, “What knocks you down will only make you stronger.” The…


Naugy, Woodland compete at cheerleading championship

WATERBURY — The NVL cheerleading championship was held at Crosby High School Saturday with 10 all girls teams competing for the title and four entrants competing in the co-ed division….


Four in a row

Woodland girls win NVL title, boys take home fourth place NEW HAVEN — The Woodland girls made it four in a row at the NVL indoor track championships Tuesday night….


Slideshow: NVL indoor track

The NVL indoor track championship was held Feb. 17 at the Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven. The Naugatuck boys and the Woodland girls won the titles. –PHOTOS BY…


Soisson steps up

BEACON FALLS — Senior forward Kyle Soisson provided a bright spot on the court in an otherwise tough week for the injury-riddled Hawks. Last week, Soisson, who is no stranger…


Hawks dance to second

WATERTOWN — The Woodland dance team finished second at the Naugatuck Valley League dance championship Feb. 11 at Watertown High. Wolcott finished first. “Taking second felt great, the girls worked…


Woodland makes noise at states

NEW HAVEN — The Woodland Hawks competed in the indoor track and field state championships last week. Last Saturday, the girls team finished 15th out of 29 schools in the…


Growth shows for Woodland

BEACON FALLS — Before the boys swim season began in December, Woodland head coach Tom Currier knew he had a mostly inexperienced squad on his hands. The Hawks returned just…