Category Archives: Soccer

Hawks play their style

SEYMOUR — At the halfway point of the girls soccer season, Woodland coach Cait Witham finally saw what she hopes is the real identity of her Hawks last Thursday in…

Hawks turn to defense on the pitch

BEACON FALLS — It’s not the type of soccer Woodland boys soccer coach Tony Moutinho usually likes to see with his teams, but it’s working so far this fall. Through…

Naugy makes smooth transition into new season

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys soccer team graduated 11 seniors from a team that played for a state championship after securing its fifth straight Naugatuck Valley League title. There were…

Woodland picks up pair of wins, ties to start year

BEACON FALLS — After a hectic preseason and a pair of early-season ties, Woodland girls soccer coach Cait Witham provided an unenthusiastic review of the first week and a half…

Youth provides spark for Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — The Greyhounds have been trending younger the past few years, and that was evident when Naugatuck took the field to face Seymour this week to open the season….

Woodland boys match expectations early

BEACON FALLS — Expected to be a serious contender for the Naugatuck Valley League boys soccer championship, Woodland affirmed those expectations with a strong first week and a half of…

Woodland returns experience-laden squad

BEACON FALLS — Woodland girls soccer coach Cait Witham didn’t expect the Hawks to be quite as good as they were last season, but she also didn’t expect them to…

Greyhounds ‘ready to go’

NAUGATUCK — After missing out on the postseason two years ago, the Naugatuck girls soccer team turned things around last season by posting nine wins and earning a spot in…

Hawks look to overcome key loss

BEACON FALLS — A season-ending injury to one of the Naugatuck Valley League’s top scorers will make it more difficult for the Woodland boys soccer team to contend for a…

Next wave up for Naugatuck

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys soccer team has a penchant for losing a large part of the roster to graduation year in and year out, and yet at the end…