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...

2005 Hawks proved Woodland wasn’t ‘one-trick pony’

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News This is the fifth story of a series commemorating anniversaries of significant moments in local sports history. This story looks...

Gray to lead Naugy through ‘uncharted territory’

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been one consistent leader of the Naugatuck High football program. That leader will...

Junior Hawks joining the Nutmeg league for football

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By Citizen’s News PROSPECT — The Woodland Junior Hawks Football and Cheer organization announced that the tackle football program is joining the Nutmeg Youth Football...

Phipps a perfect fit at Hopkins

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By Mark Jaffee, Republican-American Five years have passed since Tim Phipps left the comfort zone at Woodland High he knew for 14 years and the...

Sollazzo retires, steps down as NHS football coach 

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — After decades of being on the sidelines, Dave Sollazzo will now sit in the stands and watch his...

Naugatuck Pop Warner cancels season; Woodland Junior Hawks hoping to play

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News The COVID-19 pandemic has caused one local youth football and cheerleading league to cancel its season, while another is holding...

Schultz lands first head coaching job

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News When Adam Schultz imagined the first head coaching job of his football career, he didn’t think it would involve him...

Naugatuck hires longtime college coach to lead Greyhounds

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NAUGATUCK — The resume is extensive and impressive. Thirty-eight years of football coaching experience. Twenty-nine seasons in Division I. A dozen years in the Atlantic...

The thin line between right and wrong

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There are civil rights, the Bill of Rights and The Price is Right. You’ve got the wrong side of town, two wrongs don’t make...

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