Category Archives: Sports

CLISE: Win special for coach, captain

SEYMOUR — As the giddy Greyhounds offense took the field, two kneel-downs from stunning the No. 4 Seymour Wildcats, 27-13, head coach Rob Plasky embraced Mike Kennedy—the captain whose senior…

Star Gazing: Tiago Martins

On the Field: Naugatuck junior center-midfielder Tiago Martins is tearing apart the Naugatuck Valley League’s soccer defenses at the outset of the season, leading his team to a 3-0 record…

Naugy Notes Sept. 16-22

Girls’ Soccer There was no letdown for the Naugatuck girls following their thrilling, season-opening victory over Holy Cross, as the Hounds took care of business in Wolcott last Thursday, wrapping…

Word From the Woods Sept. 16-22

Girls’ Soccer After a somewhat disappointing tie with Ansonia to kick off the season last week, Woodland has obliterated its last two foes. Last Thursday, the Hawks steamrolled Sacred Heart,…

WRHS boys’ soccer relies on new leaders

WATERBURY — The Woodland boys’ soccer team reaped the consequences of fouls Friday, as Sacred Heart turned a pair of free kicks into goals in a 3-1 defeat of the…

Hawks best Hounds in five-game thriller

NAUGATUCK — Woodland needed an answer to Naugatuck’s stingy defense. And Stephanie Badale stepped up. Badale smashed five kills in the final game to complete a come-from-behind win for Woodland in…

Shutout by Hounds, hat trick by Martins

NAUGATUCK — Junior Tiago Martins recorded his second hat trick in as many games, seniors Manny Nobre and Brian Costa each tacked on a goal, and Naugatuck kept its opponent…

Woodland football romps in Putnum, 51-14

PUTNAM — That was disappointing. No, not that Woodland picked up its first win of the season Thursday. But the 100-plus Hawks faithful that made the almost two-hour trip to…

Naugy swim dominant in season opener

NAUGATUCK — Swimming is the type of team sport in which a squad’s success is determined by the sum of its individual successes. On Friday at the Alex “Gimbo” Sullivan…

Naugatuck stuns No. 4 Seymour, 27-13

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SEYMOUR — The Greyhounds scored the first touchdown of the game then came back from a 13-12 fourth-quarter deficit to upend the No. 4 Wildcats, 27-13, at DeBarber Field last Thursday night.