Local reaction to sports plan a mix of emotions

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News Reaction among local student-athletes and coaches to the CIAC’s fall sports plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic has included a mix...

Naugy High athletics hopes for new fields

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NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck High School football and soccer teams are usually among the best teams in the Naugatuck Valley League. The fields they play on, though, are a completely different story. The Greyhounds’ soccer pitch and football field are marred with ruts, dirt spots, and major drainage issues. Boys soccer coach Art Nunes, who is in his 17th year with the team, has been critical of the field for which his players have to settle.

Fall sports plan remains ‘fluid’

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News While the news and plans regarding the high school fall sports season in Connecticut will undoubtedly change again, the CIAC...

Naugy returns to title game, Hawks fall short of rematch

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All season long the Naugatuck and Woodland boys soccer teams were motivated to get back to the NVL title game. The Greyhounds wanted to get...

Hawks maintain level of success

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls soccer team came into the season with the bar set pretty high after win the NVL title and...

Third time the charm for NHS girls’ soccer

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WATERBURY — The Naugatuck girls’ soccer team is the 2009 Naugatuck Valley League champion, after it defeated Torrington by a 5-1 margin Thursday night...

Hounds take first step toward shaving ‘stache

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NAUGATUCK — It’s official. The quest for the mustache has begun in earnest. The Naugatuck boys’ soccer team escaped Crosby by a 1-0 margin...

Hawks gain perspective from loss

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BEACON FALLS — Holy Cross snapped the Woodland High girls soccer team’s nine-match winning streak Tuesday night — and it might have been the...

Woodland manager fits right in

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BEACON FALLS — Nick Oliveira shouted both encouraging and not-so-uplifting messages toward his teammates on the soccer practice field before Woodland's Class M second-round tournament game last Monday. The Woodland senior is the manager of the boys soccer team. And he’s only the manager because he can’t play the sport he loves. Oliveira has cerebral palsy, which requires him to either walk with crutches or use his electric wheelchair. But his physical limitations haven’t kept him from being as much a part of the team as anyone else.

Hawks ramp up their play heading into homestretch

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls soccer team headed into the homestretch of the season with a renewed focus. After coming from three goals down...

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