Tag Archives: Naugatuck High School


‘Hounds put away Indians

WATERTOWN — The game plan may not have been how the Naugatuck coaching staff drew it up, but the Greyhounds shook off a bone-chilling cold to get past the Watertown…


Grad rate goes up at NHS

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High School’s graduation rate has improved between 2013 and 2014, the school’s principal announced last week. The four-year cohort graduation rate went from 77.9 percent in 2013,…


Naugy swims to 14th at states

MIDDLETOWN — The Naugatuck girls swim team finished in 14th place out of the 22 teams at the Class M swim meet held at Wesleyan University in Middletown Nov. 11….


Naugy gives RHAM a run

NAUGATUCK — After defeating Guilford 3-1 in the first round of the Class L tournament, the Naugatuck girls volleyball team lost to undefeated RHAM 3-0 (12-25, 9-25, 20-25) Nov. 6…


Naugy makes statement

DERBY — Naugatuck needed to make a statement last Friday in Derby and the message they left was heard up and down the Valley Led by quarterback Jason Bradley, (10-of-12,…


Season ends in shootout

NAUGATUCK — The two-time defending Naugatuck Valley League boys soccer champion Greyhounds saw their state playoff run end short for the second year in a row. No. 2 Naugatuck (17-1-2)…


Naugy swims best times at NVLs

WATERBURY — The Naugatuck girls swam to fifth place at the NVL swim meet Nov. 1 at Kennedy High School — just 2.5 points behind fourth-place Oxford. However, listening to…


Back-to-back champs

Naugatuck tops Torrington to win league soccer title WATERBURY — The third bout on the pitch between the Naugatuck and Torrington boys didn’t disappoint — particularly for Greyhounds fans. The…


Officials eye extra projects at NHS

NAUGATUCK — Borough officials are pleased with the progress being made on the $81 million renovate-to-new project at Naugatuck High School. In fact, they are so pleased that they are…


Naugy spikes Guilford

WATERBURY — The Naugatuck girls volleyball team drew a home game for the Class L state tournament opener and Holy Cross High School obliged — letting the ‘Hounds use its…