Woodland 3rd, Naugy 4th at NVL swim meet

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WATERBURY – Katie-Jean Hinckley won two events to help lead Woodland to a third-place finish at the NVL girls’ swimming championships Saturday. Naugatuck finished fourth...

Greyhounds set records despite loss

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For the Greyhounds last Friday, it wasn’t about the present.  It was about the future. Despite a 93-74 loss to Torrington, arguably the Naugatuck Valley...

Woodland swimming wins two in a row

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Back-to-back wins for the Woodland girls’ swim team can be attributed to one key development: the team’s confidence level. Wins over Sacred Heart and St....

Naugy swimming past opponents

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Practice is paying off for the Naugatuck girls swim team. The Greyhounds enter this week after winning back-to-back meets. Naugy overcame Seymour on Oct. 1, and...

Greyhound swimmers pick up the pace

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If you take one passing glance at the results of last Friday’s Naugatuck-Watertown girls’ swim meet, you’ll notice that the Greyhounds won five events,...

WRHS swimming bounces back

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In 4 minutes and 17.3 seconds the Woodland girls’ swim team showed the promise and potential of this season and beyond. Head Coach Mike Magas...

Local swimmer excels in state championship

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In the pursuit of athletic excellence, hard work is always part of the equation. For 14-year-old Emma Gawronski of Beacon Falls, dedication and commitment...

Jurzynski retires from channel swimming

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The intrinsic irony of long-distance, cold-water channel swimming is that the less body fat a swimmer has to insulate himself against the cold, the...

CLISE: Jurzynski to swim channel again

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He’s at it again. Peter Jurzynski this summer will once more attempt to swim across the English Channel. The borough man, who turns 59...

Hounds, Hawks wrap successful swim years

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MIDDLETOWN — The Naugatuck and Woodland boys’ swim teams capped off incredible seasons with sixth-place finishes in their respective classes at last week’s state...

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