Category Archives: Sports

Star Gazing: Hawks hoopster Heather Framski

On the Court: Woodland junior forward Heather Framski is off to a hot start for the 3-0 Hawks, leading her team in scoring in each of the first three games…

Hawks divebomb Crosby, remain unbeaten

BEACON FALLS — So far, so good for the Woodland girls’ basketball squad. The Hawks won their third game in as many chances Tuesday night in the Woods, as the…

Naugy girls’ hoops earns first victory

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck girls’ basketball team came in to Tuesday night’s game with a definitive plan and almost ran Watertown right out of the gym. After her squad was…

CLISE: Time for an athletic intervention

I’ve got it: A way to block the verbal haymakers being launched back and forth between Town Hall and Tuttle House. Maybe even a way to help fund the Board…

Six seniors lead the way for NHS ladies

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck girls basketball team has plenty to look forward to this season, led by its super six seniors. The Greyhounds come into the season wanting to show…

Post play will make Hawks girls contenders

BEACON FALLS — The secret to the success of the Woodland girls’ basketball squad this winter will be no secret at all: low-post domination. Look no farther than senior Katie…

Naugy fellas must overcome inexperience

NAUGATUCK — Most coaches would not be thrilled to have a team that lacks experience. Consider Naugatuck boys’ boss Kevin Wesche the exception to the rule. The 2009-10 version of the…

Woodland boys don’t plan to be doormats

BEACON FALLS — Woodland boys’ basketball and success have not been exactly synonymous in the seven-year history of Hawks varsity hoops. In fact, the Black and Gold have posted only…

Former NHS star Kinne up for national POY

ST. LOUIS — Former Naugatuck High School soccer star Ryan Kinne, now a junior midfielder at Monmouth University, is among 15 semifinalists for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the…

Volleyball alums still got game, humor

BEACON FALLS — It’s “the legacy that keeps on returning,” as Woodland volleyball coach Jim Amato says—the seemingly-instinctual migration of the Hawks’ volleyball alumnae to compete in an annual tournament…