Former NHS star Mariano LEC’s top rookie

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KEENE, N.H. — Anthony Mariano had a pretty impressive basketball résumé when he arrived at Keene State College: He was a 2009 all-Naugatuck Valley...

Runners’ maturity evident in NE prep

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BOSTON — Naugatuck track and field coach Ralph Roper remembers—with a mix of personal humor and vicarious embarrassment—the first time Greyhounds star Tori Pisco...

CLISE: Logo Legal Wedgie

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By now, you’ve probably seen the pun-tastic headlines: “Car Company Rams Florida High School,” read one on the Web site of Miami’s NBC affiliate....

Hawks battle but knocked from tourney

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OAKDALE — One of the best seasons in school history ended Tuesday night for the Woodland girls’ basketball team in the first round of...

Swim teams compete at NVL trials

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WATERBURY — The Naugatuck swim team treated Tuesday’s Naugatuck Valley League swim trials as a final tune-up for what has been its goal all...

Naugy girls ousted from Class L tournament

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WOODSTOCK — The Naugatuck girls' basketball season is over, after a 45-39 loss to Woodstock Academy in the qualifying round of the Class L...

Girls’ basketball state tourney matchups

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Class L qualifying round: No. 33 Naugatuck (8-12) at No. 32 Woodstock Academy (8-12) Friday at 6 p.m. The Centaurs get home-court advantage via...

Woodland boys’ hoops makes playoffs

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys’ basketball team celebrated senior night Wednesday by qualifying for the state tournament for just the second time in school history. The Hawks, playing in their final game of the regular season, got down to business and defeated Seymour by a 60-49 margin, making the postseason for the first time since 2005. “These kids left everything they had on the court, and they deserve this,” Woodland head coach Tom Hunt said. Seniors Bryan Spickle (23 points, 10 rebounds), Shaine Thompson (13 points), Ryan Genua (seven points, nine assists), and three-point shooter Eric Brandien came into the final home game of their careers, looking to extend the season.

WRHS swimmers still target 3rd at NVLs

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BEACON FALLS — It was the same old story for the Woodland boys’ swimming and diving team last Friday against Kennedy—relay races costing the...

Woodland not enough for Royals, Raiders

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WATERBURY — All season, Woodland couldn’t take down the royalty of the Naugatuck Valley League. Sarah Royals and Torrington made sure that didn’t change in Monday’s NVL tournament semifinal at Kennedy High, as the Red Raiders eliminated the resilient Hawks, 53-49. Woodland couldn’t hold on to a lead that ballooned to as many as six points in the third quarter, as Royals (game-high 21 points) engineered an impressive comeback for top-seeded Torrington.

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