Category Archives: Sports

Naugy boys look to take next step 

NAUGATUCK — After finishing runner-up at the Naugatuck Valley League championship the last four seasons, the Naugatuck boys swim team is looking to take the next step this year. The…

Woodland swimmers starting season fresh  

BEACON FALLS — After the most successful season in program history — led by a talented, zany group of seniors — the Woodland boys swim team will reboot with the…

Woodland boys have new coach, same culture

BEACON FALLS — For the first time in more than a dozen years, a new face will patrol the sidelines for the Woodland boys basketball team — and the Hawks…

Woodland girls out to extend indoor track title streak

BEACON FALLS — With eight straight Naugatuck Valley League girls indoor track titles in a row and a slew of returning athletes from last year’s squad, Woodland’s championship streak might…

Woodland’s wrestling team of one grows by two

BEACON FALLS — Woodland wrestler Elias Sturdevant spent last winter all alone. He won’t have to do that again this year. Sturdevant participated as the Hawks’ lone wrestler last season,…

Naugatuck’s Wilcox moves up in class

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck High wrestler Logan Wilcox is moving up in weight class to start his junior year. Wilcox, who wrestles as a team of one with Pomperaug, will compete…

Greyhounds return experienced squad

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys basketball team reached the Division III state tournament quarterfinals last season for just the third time in the last 20 years. The Greyhounds will need…

Naugy girls look to take another step forward

NAUGATUCK — Under head coach Gail Cheney, the Naugatuck girls basketball team has gone 32-8 in the regular season the last two years. In her first year, the Greyhounds played…

Hawks hoping experience pays dividends

BEACON FALLS — It wasn’t uncommon to see five freshmen on the court last season for the Woodland girls basketball team. Now coach Jess Moffo and the Hawks hope that…

Hawks hold heads high after loss in Class S quarterfinals

WALLINGFORD — Looking up at the scoreboard on Sheehan High’s turf field Wednesday night and seeing the score didn’t feel good. Nobody in black and gold wanted to see 51-0,…