Borough mourns loss of influential teacher and coach

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — The borough of Naugatuck is in mourning over the loss of a man that changed the very lives...

‘Cut from a different cloth’

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By Paul Singley, Citizen’s News Peter J. Foley volunteers left lasting legacy NAUGATUCK — A large red and blue sign that greets visitors to Peter J....

Scheithe’s impact stretched beyond the games

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 By Ken Morse and Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — Some of the greatest lessons in sports never take place during games. Fred Scheithe proved...

Memorable Thanksgiving games: Naugatuck vs. Ansonia

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News The table for Thanksgiving is usually set with an abundance of culinary flair as memories of family traditions going back...

A championship class

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News Greyhounds’ run to last NVL title sparked by close-knit group Queen’s “We Are The Champions” blared in the gymnasium at Seymour...

With no sports, Prospect athletes form neighborhood wiffle ball league

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News PROSPECT — When sports are canceled, just take the game into your own hands. That’s what a group of Prospect athletes...

All-time Woodland great returns to coach Hawks 

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — The all-time leading scorer in Woodland girls basketball history is finally back with the Hawks as an...

Purcaro named NHS girls basketball coach

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High’s new girls basketball coach has deep roots when it comes to the hardwood in the borough. Adam...

Naugy’s Maher looks to continue success at College of Holy Cross

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High senior swimmer Spencer Maher didn’t get the chance to finish what he started. Maher was a week...

Roper keeps Greyhounds on track

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News With the high school sports season canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Citizen's News is highlighting longtime coaches at...

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