Wildcats hand Woodland second straight lose

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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

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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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LeBron owed Cleveland one thing he didn’t give them, a more classy and appropriate way of saying goodbye. That’s it. LeBron didn’t owe anything more...

Woodland girls’ basketball schedule

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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

Surge shows glimpse of future

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