WATERTOWN — The Naugatuck baseball team got another strong effort Monday from junior pitcher Matt Zahornasky, who fired a three-hitter against Watertown in the Greyhounds’ 4-3 win over the Indians….
BEACON FALLS — Winless after three games is not a predicament the Woodland baseball squad has experienced recently. But it’s exactly what the Hawks were after three, tight losses during…
NAUGATUCK — The all-time leading scorer in Naugatuck boys’ basketball history is now the program’s new head coach. Athletic Director Tom Pompei announced Monday that Mike Wilson, 29, a 1999…
NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck softball team is off to a fast, 2-0 to the season, led by senior co-captains Julia Longo and Andrea Granahan. On Saturday, Naugatuck held off a…
The Woodland boys defeat rival Seymour, Derby and Sacred Heart, and the Naugy boys and girls best St. Paul, Holy Cross and Wolcott.
The spring sports season kicks off: Naugatuck softball and its new battery top Torrington, 8-3, both girls’ tennis teams cruise to 5-2 victories, and the Woodland boys’ and NHS boys’ and girls’ track teams sweep three opponents apiece.
Rookie tennis coach Jodie Ruccio earns her first career victory, as her Greyhounds beat visiting Torrington, 5-2, to start the season.
Defending NVL silver- and bronze-medalists Stephanie Badale and Megan Wester cruise past their first-match opponents, helping the Hawks beat the Chargers, 5-2, in the Woods.
All-state second baseman Julia Longo paces the hitting attack with three RBIs, as the Greyhounds beat the Red Raiders, 8-3.
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