Woodland’s Bulinski gives fans reason to buzz

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — Fans start buzzing when the girl in the black No. 12 jersey steps into the left-handed batter’s...

Campos, Gray join St. Paul coaching ranks

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News BRISTOL — Naugatuck resident Joe Campos and former Naugatuck High assistant football coach Ollie Gray have joined the coaching ranks...

Top stories from a unique year of high school sports

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News With normalcy on the horizon — or already here for many folks — we can all look forward to a...

Greyhounds and Hawks earn NVL, state honors

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News It was a return to normalcy this spring season for high school sports in Connecticut, as teams completed the first...

Hawks ‘off’ in semifinals loss

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News Woodland to maintain championship potential next season WEST HAVEN — The postgame message was short after the Woodland softball team’s 7-2...

Run ends for Greyhounds in quarterfinals

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News TRUMBULL — After the final out was recorded in a 9-0 loss to St. Joseph in the Class L quarterfinals...

Hawks fall in Class M semifinals

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By Kevin Roberts, Republican-American WEST HAVEN — Fifth-seeded North Branford was able to get clutch hits, and top-seeded Woodland couldn't muster enough in the Class...

Hawks move on to baseball, softball semifinals

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By Republican-American The Woodland baseball and softball teams are both one win away from playing for a Class M state championship. No. 3 Woodland defeated No....

Hounds, Hawks advance to quarterfinals  

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — Woodland’s celebration of its first Naugatuck Valley League softball championship since 2010 lasted a few days. Then, it...

Woodland baseball, Naugatuck softball advance in tournaments

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State baseball and softball tournaments are underway. No. 3 Woodland defeated No. 30 Seymour, 10-0, June 1 in the first round of the Class M...

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