Humble beginning jumpstarts impressive career

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BEACON FALLS — Jeff Lownds started his own coaching career, and has made the most of his opportunities. It all began in 1981 at Long...

Hrezi leads NHS runners to victory

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NAUGATUCK — What goes up must come down. That was the basis of the thoughts running through Naugatuck runner Muad Hrezi’s mind as he tirelessly...

Woodland’s patriarch of running

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News With the high school sports season suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Citizen's News is highlighting longtime coaches...

Champs: Hawks girls, Naugy boys, Moriello

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WATERTOWN — It was a day of repeats at the Naugatuck Valley League cross country championships: The Woodland girls won their second straight team title, Naugatuck’s Rosa Moriello captured her third consecutive individual crown, and the Naugy boys claimed their fourth team championship in a row. The Hawks trio of Brittany Albright, Crystal Steinfeld and Melissa Kiley, who finished third, fourth and seventh, respectively, in 2008, were almost as impressive this year, taking fourth, fifth and eighth, in the same order. They, along with Sarah Melville (18th) and Kelly Smith (28th), made up the Black and Gold’s scoring five, who totaled 63 points. That was 14 lower than second-place Holy Cross, which Woodland had beaten by a single point only a week and a half before to secure back-to-back undefeated regular seasons.

Woodland ready to run

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys and girls cross country teams have been working hard in the preseason and are ready to compete against...

Greyhounds stayed the course

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys and girls cross country teams hit the trails this season not really knowing what to...

All-Decade: Woodland boys cross country

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This is part of a series announcing the Citizen's News All-Decade sports teams from Woodland and Naugatuck high schools. Awards are chosen by the...

NVL chasing Naugatuck boys

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MIDDLEBURY — The Naugatuck boys cross country team capped its third straight undefeated regular season Tuesday to push the Greyhounds’ win streak to 42...

Fall sports plan remains ‘fluid’

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News While the news and plans regarding the high school fall sports season in Connecticut will undoubtedly change again, the CIAC...

Success measured differently in fall season like no other

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News Success for teams this fall came in the form of completing a season that hung in the balance from one...

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