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Doubles teams keep Hawks unbeaten

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BEACON FALLS — Woodland used a sweep of the doubles matches to break a singles stalemate and stay undefeated with a 5-2 win over visiting Watertown Monday afternoon. No. 1 singles player Stephanie Badale continued her domination of all Naugatuck Valley League opponents not named Dre Moschello, with an 8-0 victory over Alyssa Mucciaro. Since the beginning of last season, Badale is 26-1 against everyone but Holy Cross’ Moschello, but 1-3 versus the two-time defending league champion.

Carlson graduates from Chase Collegiate

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Matthew Carlson of Naugatuck graduated from Chase Collegiate School on June 10.   Matthew Carlson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carlson III and...

CLISE: Non-NVL games a boon

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We’re two-thirds of the way through the Naugatuck Valley League’s non-conference experiment and so far the results—both quantitative and qualitative—have local athletic directors believing...

Real Estate – Rent

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Classifieds Real Estate – Rent. Apartments,condos, Homes

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Birth Announcement : Evangelista

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Daughter Mya Isabella Evangelista was born to Karl Evangelista and Caitlin McAllister of Naugatuck at the Waterbury Hospital on November 16. Grandparents are Robert...

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Local residents pay respect on Veterans Day

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BEACON FALLS - Veterans Day isn’t just another day off from school, said Bruce Carlson, commander of the Beacon Falls Legion Post. “We’re trying to bring the community back involved with our ceremonies and to let the kids know a little history. We start out with the youngest age in the cub scouts and try to get as much participation as possible with the high school,” Carlson said. Boy Scout troop 104 participated in the ceremony. Chris Zmuda, a member of the troop, played taps on his father’s trumpet. He said that the ceremony made him think about what the day means. “I come out of my way to come here. I’d probably be home doing homework or something, but I came here to really think and meet these people,” Zmuda said. The day was especially emotional for Paul Drabicki, whose father, Chester “Benny” Drabicki, a WWII veteran passed away a few weeks ago.

Early spurt paces Cross over Naugy

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NAUGATUCK — After staking a modest, 8-3 lead midway through the first quarter, Holy Cross exploded on a 20-2 run to provide itself all the cushion it would need in a 57-35 win over Naugatuck Friday. Devon Diliberto led all scorers with 15 points, nine of which came from behind the arc. The Crusaders (14-2) hit eight three-pointers as a team while holding the Greyhounds (7-9) to only two. Naugy’s Jessica Webber, the Naugatuck Valley League’s third-leading scorer, managed just 13 points and rarely found room to operate, especially near the basket. She was limited to three field goals for the evening, collecting seven of her baker’s dozen at the free throw line.

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