Hounds still looking for first victory

WATERBURY — Winning a game at Kennedy is tough. Beating the Eagles on their home court without your top scorer and floor leader is almost...

Hawks’ 4-game win streak ends

ANSONIA — In a game that would be hard to describe as anything other than ugly, the Woodland boys’ basketball squad ended its four-game winning streak with a 64-57 loss Tuesday to divisional rival Ansonia, marking the Hawks’ first Brass Division defeat of the year. While the Black and Gold placed three players—seniors Bryan Spickle, Shaine Thompson, and Ryan Genua—in double figures, they committed 21 turnovers and allowed the Chargers to bang eight three-pointers, all of which seemed to come at incredibly inopportune times for the Hawks.

Alfiere, Hawks pound Hounds

BEACON FALLS – Led by another strong defensive performance, a routine, 21-point performance by junior Heather Framski, and a career-high 23 points by senior...

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.

Believe it or not, Hawks lead Brass

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys’ basketball squad currently finds itself in a position it has not enjoyed in almost five years—above .500....

Woodland girls still unbeaten through 6

WATERTOWN — When a team beats its opponent, 56-26, one would think the winner played some outstanding defense to contribute to the blowout. Add...

Webber reaches milestone in NHS loss

WATERBURY -- Greyhounds senior captain Jessica Webber became the ninth player in Naugatuck girls' basketball history to reach the coveted mark of 1,000 career points Tuesday night at Holy Cross. The slashing point guard would have been happy to give up a few of those points in exchange for a victory, but the Greyhounds defense accomplished what it set out to do in spite of the 56-35 loss to Holy Cross.

Hounds can’t find that elusive first win

NAUGATUCK — There are no Christmas gifts in the world of sports; if the Naugy boys want a win, they’re going to have to earn it the hard way. The Hounds went 0-3 after a 50-59 loss to Holy Cross Tuesday night at home. Head coach Kevin Wesche has been looking for the silver lining in a rocky start to the season, and that lining could be found Tuesday in a 10-point scoring performance in the second half from varsity newcomer Matt Zahornasky, 12 points overall for Warren Buerkle, and an early second-half offensive explosion.

Hawks venture out of NVL, beat Hand

BEACON FALLS — The Hawks got another dominant post performance by Heather Framski, their defense held Daniel Hand to single digits in two of four quarters, and Woodland (5-0, 4-0) won its lone non-league game of the regular season, 52-48, Thursday. Hand center Ali Birnbaum appeared over-matched against Framski, whose go-to move—a right-handed turn-and-shoot in the paint—was on magnificent display, helping the junior to a game-high 26 points.

Black and Gold rally from 19-point deficit

WOLCOTT — Everybody around Woodland basketball seems to agree—these are the games the Hawks need to win. They just hope the wins come a...

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