CIAC delays start of winter season

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News The light at the end of COVID-19 tunnel won’t arrive in time to spare a normal winter sports season for...

Naugy getting ready for final stretch

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NAUGATUCK — The Greyhounds got to see where they stack up when defending Naugatuck Valley League champion Seymour came to the borough Oct. 11. The...

Woodland girls swimming success built on trust

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BEACON FALLS — It sounds like one of the taglines for an ESPN 30-for-30 documentary. What if I told you the secret for Woodland’s recent...

Hawks adjusting on the fly

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — The wrenches keep flying into the Woodland boys swim team’s wacky season. Already swimming a pandemic-crunched slate full...

Naugy takes final strokes

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NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck boys swim season wrapped up at the Class L state championships last week. The ‘Hounds had a total of five swimmers who...

Churning up the water

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The Naugatuck girls swim team picked up two more victories before dropping their first meet of the season. The Greyhounds (6-1) got by St. Paul,...

Naugatuck sinks Woodland in the pool

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BEACON FALLS — Knowing the next day they faced one of the Naugatuck Valley League “big dogs,” as Woodland head coach Tom Currier put it, the Hawks gathered Monday night for that time-honored team-building ritual: the team dinner. But as of Tuesday, the Black and Gold may be in the market for a new tradition—and it’s not because they lost to three-time defending league champ Naugatuck, 94-85. “We had some bad meatballs last night, so a lot of [the boys] were sick today,” Currier said, laughing. “We’re trying to track down who made the meatballs.” The Greyhounds showed little mercy for their unhealthy hosts, until the meet was in hand and they swam the last three events as exhibitions. Naugy won the first eight swims, led by Kyle Conrad and Chris Branco, who captured two apiece.

Hawks battle to 4th at NVLs

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WATERBURY — The waves in the pool were still settling after the first race and it was already apparent that last week’s NVL championship...

Naugy in search of another NVL title

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Club hosting swim clinic

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BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School boys swim team booster club is hosting a Mutual of Omaha Breakout! Swim Clinic in December. The clinic...

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