Woodland softball continues to roll

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BY KYLE BRENNANCITIZEN'S NEWSThere's no touching the Woodland softball team so far this season.The Hawks got off to an 8-0 start by outscoring their...

Woodland baseball refocuses after first loss

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BY KYLE BRENNANCITIZEN'S NEWSThe first loss of the season brought upon a moment of reckoning for the Woodland baseball team.After suffering a 7-4 loss...

Naugatuck softball builds camaraderie on Disney trip

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThere is a fine line between success and failure, and it begins and ends with the trust a team has in...

Naugatuck baseball takes it one game at a time

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThey say you can't win them all. However, you can certainly change the mindset of the players in the dugout to...

Woodland track and field keeps increasing the pace

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThe Woodland track and field program continued to pick up the pace and swept past Watertown and Holy Cross on April...

Naugatuck track and field ready to take on all comers in two non-league events

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThe Naugatuck track and field program is closing out the month of April right where it expected to be, and it...

Overtime with Ken Morse

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Mo's Moments Keeping his team in the gameNaugatuck junior Blake Stone did what he could on the mound to help his team win, firing...

Woodland boys tennis showing ‘commitment and intensity’

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By KYLE BRENNAN CITIZEN'S NEWS BEACON FALLS — There’s a lot that Woodland boys tennis coach Ryan McEvoy likes about his team so far this spring. Of...

Girls tennis: Young Greyhounds rebuilding, but working hard

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BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSWhen a team is in a rebuilding year, it’s kind of hard to gauge the progress that is made. Naugatuck girls...

Girls tennis: Hawks still getting used to competition, but team has some potential

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BY KYLE BRENNANCITIZEN’S NEWSAfter a 2-2 start to the season, Woodland girls tennis coach Jess DeGennaro is already thinking about what her Hawks will...

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