Naugy girls’ track and field ekes by Seymour

Seniors Tori Pisco and Rosa Moriello ran three events apiece, helping Naugatuck beat Seymour, 76-74, Wednesday. The Greyhounds also defeated Watertown, 120-30, and Derby, 126.5-9.

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The Woodland and Naugatuck softball teams pick up victories en route to their Saturday clash, and NHS girls' tennis remains undefeated.

Ed Carter: Candidate for town clerk

The Citizen's News invited candidates for the Naugatuck municipal elections to make a short campaign video. Ed Carter is the Republican candidate for town clerk.

High school hoops roundup for Dec. 29

Three of the four local hoops teams were in action Tuesday, after a week-long holiday break. The Naugatuck girls got 29 points from Jessica Webber in her first game since reaching the 1,000-point plateau but fell to Wilby, 58-49. The Woodland ladies remained unbeaten by trouncing Derby, 64-43, and the Hawks boys continued their uncharacteristically hot start to the season with a 58-43 win over the Red Raiders.
Jimmy Tompkins of Prospect keeps the rally alive versus Naugatuck’s Randy Burell, not pictured, in an extra season match July 29. Burell went on to win the men’s junior championship.

Tennis open


Hounds beat Hearts, end 3-game skid

NAUGATUCK — The first few minutes was really all anyone needed to see to know how this one would turn out. Naugatuck’s defense forced a three-and-out on Sacred Heart’s opening possession, and Jake Yourison sprinted 65 yards for a touchdown on the Greyhounds’ first offensive play from scrimmage as Naugy (3-3) ended emphatically a three-game losing streak with a 35-14 victory over the Hearts (2-4) Friday night. “That’s a nice way to start a game, fellas,” head coach Rob Plasky told his players, as they relived the contest during a film session Monday.

School Board candidates talk goals

Candidates for the Naugatuck Board of Education spoke about their background and goals Nov. 11 at a forum at City Hill Middle School.

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