Hawks replace experience with exuberance

BEACON FALLS — The most successful season in the history of Woodland softball left behind banners and championships. But, it also left behind many...

Naugatuck’s Wesche makes triumphant return to the circle

NEW HAVEN — Former Naugatuck standout and All-State pitcher Alana Wesche took a break from softball after her high school graduation in 2009. It...

Slow-pitch softball league looking for teams

The Jones-Sheedy slow-pitch softball league is looking for teams interested in playing in a Sunday morning league this season. For more information call (203)...

Union City falls in sectional final

SEYMOUR — With a trip to the state championship round on the line, Union City came up just short in the Little...

Overtime: Big problem in Beacon Falls sports

A couple weeks ago, CN’s Kenny Morse wrote a superb column on the decline of fun in youth sports (which you can read here...

Longo represents Naugy at all-star game

NAUGATUCK — The first-ever NVL Senior All-Star softball game was held at the Naugatuck High School field on Tuesday evening, matching the Brass Division...

Hounds get through first round, fall in second

NAUGATUCK — The Greyhounds ripped Masuk in the opening round of the Class L state tournament, piling up a six-run fourth inning before holding...

Alfiere, Hawks blanked in ‘M’ quarterfinal

JEWETT CITY – The Woodland softball team was shut out for the first time all season Friday, coming at the worst possible time—the Class M quarterfinals. The Hawks managed only two hits while Katie Alfiere allowed three runs on four hits as No. 4 Griswold eliminated the fifth-seeded Hawks, 3-0.

Naugy softball advances, baseball bounced

The No. 11-seeded Naugatuck softball team advanced to the Class L state tournament second round Wednesday with a 7-5 win over No. 22 Masuk...

Woodland softball rolls into ‘M’ quarters

BEACON FALLS – The No. 5-ranked Woodland softball team scored all of its runs in the first inning and Katie Alfiere allowed just two...

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