CN Sportsflash 10-16-09

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The local football teams try to bounce back from their first losses, and the Naugy boys' and Woodland girls' cross country squads take aim at perfect regular-season records.

Hawks, Crusaders ready for battle Friday

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BEACON FALLS — “Big game.” That’s how Woodland junior tailback Jack DeBiase bluntly described his squad’s matchup with undefeated Holy Cross Friday night at Municipal...

Naugy boys, Woodland girls go undefeated

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TORRINGTON — As members of the Naugatuck boys’ cross country team cantered along the Torrington High School course during Tuesday’s six-team meet, their...

Star Gazing: Woodland setter Jess Patrizi

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On the Court: Woodland junior setter Jess Patrizi has been a key force in leading her Hawks to a three-way tie atop the Naugatuck...

Naugy Notes Oct. 7-13

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Girls’ Soccer Yes, the Naugatuck girls’ soccer squad is still undefeated, but the Hounds were tested in each of their three matches this week—a 4-2...

Word from the Woods Oct. 7-13

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Girls’ Soccer The Woodland girls split a pair of matches for the second straight week as they were shut out by Naugatuck on Friday, 2-0,...

Naugy football loses first Copper contest

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BRISTOL — The Greyhounds once again showcased their backfield depth, but Naugy (2-2) was no match for the Bachand twins, as St. Paul Catholic (3-1) turned a 12-8 halftime deficit into a 28-18 victory. Sophomore fullback Jake Yourison scored on a 6-yard blast, and junior running back Andrew Cirino recorded the first touchdown of his career, a 19-yard scamper, to pace the Garnet and Grey to a four-point lead at the break.

Dig Pink Night celebrates survivors

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The Naugatuck volleyball team provides a platform for breast cancer survivors and helps raise money for those battling the disease.

Woodland swims past Naugatuck

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls’ swim team edged out Naugatuck Friday at the Hawks’ pool by a 94-87 margin, improving to 5-2 on...

Woodland dominates Indians, Cross up next

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WATERTOWN — Perhaps reports that Woodland cannot be an offensive or defensive power were a bit premature after all. The Hawks wiped away all memories of last week's debacle against Wolcott with a dominating, 22-12 win in Watertown Friday night, led by another strong rushing attack, a shut-down secondary, and overpowering line play. Through four games, a theme has emerged in the Woodland offense—give the ball to Jack DeBiase, and success will be on his heels. After carrying the ball only 17 times for 47 yards against the Eagles, head coach Tim Shea and offensive coordinator Tim Phipps decided to place the pigskin back in DeBiase’s arms against Watertown—and boy, were they rewarded. The junior tailback sprung for a season-high 194 yards on 29 carries with two touchdowns to power the Hawks back into the win column.