Wildcats hand Woodland second straight lose

WATERBURY – Late in the Woodland boys’ 72-63 loss to Wilby Tuesday night, a spectator summarized the foul-ridden contest in a ridiculous yet somehow...

Winter’s wrath gives Naugy girls time to reflect

NAUGATUCK — Mother Nature has given the Naugatuck girls basketball team a reprieve. This week, the Greyhounds hope to take advantage of it. Tuesday’s scheduled...

A look into “The Decision”

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Woodland girls’ basketball schedule

Record: 13-7 overall, 12-7 NVL Dec. 10 at Wilby (Wilby HS) W 43-39 Dec. 11 at Seymour (Seymour HS) W 64-37 Dec. 15 vs. Crosby W 64-37 Dec....

Naugy unable to preserve halftime lead

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys won the battle on the boards against St. Paul Friday, holding a 9-8 advantage on buckets in the paint. But it was the hot outside shooting of the Falcons that did in the Greyhounds, as St. Paul escaped the borough with a 55-47 win. Naugatuck, 1-11 on the season, had no answer for the Falcons’ perimeter ace, Chris Borea (19 points), who sent five three-pointers through the net. The Greyhounds certainly gave St. Paul a run for their money with Warren Buerkle (14 points) back in the lineup. For one of the first times this season, the Garnet and Grey held the halftime lead, guarding a 25-23 advantage. It was the inside play of Tyler Krupa (11 points), Tyler Conklin (10 points, three blocks) and Kyle Krupa (six points, 10 rebounds) that gave the Hounds a presence under the basket.

Girls’ NVL hoops tourney field set

With the regular season in the books one day late, because of snow, the Naugatuck Valley League girls’ basketball tournament field is set. Torrington (18-2,...

Park and Rec holding basketball sign-ups

PROSPECT — The Park and Recreation Department is holding two sign-up sessions for Rec basketball this month. Sign-ups will be held Oct. 16 and Oct....

Kennedy pulls away from Naugatuck late

WATERBURY — Naugatuck opened the season on Tuesday with a difficult task, travel to Kennedy High to take on the Eagles. The Greyhounds hung around...

Basketball tournament entering fifth year

PROSPECT — The 5th annual DePalma 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament is set for March 17. The tournament memorializes the late Joe and Karen DePalma....

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