Category Archives: Sports

Naugy Notes Sept. 23-29

Volleyball The Greyhounds continued their strong start, picking up three wins last week to improve to 5-1. Wednesday at Ansonia, Naugatuck pulled out a 3-1 win, led by Jessica Webber…

Word from the Woods Sept. 23-29

Volleyball The Woodland spikers are still perfect following a pair of sweeps over Holy Cross and Watertown. Last Wednesday against the Crusaders, it was an all-around solid performance by the…

Star Gazing: Jack DeBiase

On the Field: Junior tailback Jack DeBiase has boosted his Hawks to a strong, 2-0 start—two more wins than Woodland had at this point last season. DeBiase, who became the…

Black and Gold boys’ soccer ties Seymour

BEACON FALLS — It wasn’t quite an upset, but it sure was close.

The Woodland boys’ soccer squad took on Seymour Tuesday afternoon at home and, for the first time in Woodland’s history, took something home from the matchup that wasn’t a loss.

The game ended in a 2-2 draw after two overtime periods, and the boys seemed to be glad for the change.

And it almost wasn’t a change. For almost 70 minutes, the game rolled by scoreless. In the first half, the ball—not to mention the game—was up in the air as much as it was on the ground.

NHS girls’ soccer sweeps Holy Cross

WATERBURY — The Naugatuck defense allowed just four shots by the Crusaders Saturday at Municipal Stadium, as the Greyhounds remained undefeated with a 3-0 win. The Naugatuck seniors celebrated along…

Woodland gridders overwhelm Kennedy

WATERBURY — The Woodland gridiron gang now sports a 2-0 record after an easy win over Kennedy on Saturday, a mark which most valley football prognosticators thought they would have…

Naugy D grounds Torrington in 25-6 win


NAUGATUCK — Four different Greyhounds registered rushing touchdowns, the defense made a pair of goal line stands, and Naugatuck won its second game in a row for the first time since 2007, 25-6 over Torrington Friday.

CN Sportsflash 9-25-09


The Woodland boys’ soccer team adjusts to life without Jesse Menzies and the departed class of 2009, while Naugy football plans to stay hot in week two, versus Torrington.

After big win, Hounds guard against letdown

NAUGATUCK — The Greyhounds welcome Torrington to Veterans Field Friday at 7 p.m. in the 2009 home opener. Last week, the Red Raiders looked like an offensive juggernaut in a…

Woodland spikers make it four in a row

BEACON FALLS — That’s been the story of the Woodland spikers’ season thus far, their fourth win coming via a 3-0 sweep of Holy Cross Wednesday night in Beacon Falls….