Badale, Wester lead Woodland past AHS

Defending NVL silver- and bronze-medalists Stephanie Badale and Megan Wester cruise past their first-match opponents, helping the Hawks beat the Chargers, 5-2, in the Woods.

Woodland boys sweep up NVL gold

Woodland boys tennis coach Jim Amato doesn’t like to call his team dynastic, but at this point it’s tough to label it anything else. For...

Slow start doesn’t deter Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — Going into Monday’s home matchup against Watertown, the Naugatuck boys tennis team had just come off losing its first two matches to...

McEvoy takes reins of Woodland boys tennis team

By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — Woodland’s first-year boys tennis coach Ryan McEvoy is more than the new guy on the coaching block,...

Correia serves up winning tradition for Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys tennis team has been a lot like a nomad over the past few years, going from coach to coach...

‘Hounds lay the foundation

NAUGATUCK — As Naugatuck boys tennis head coach Brett Hayward began his first year at the helm, he knew the season would be a...

Season surpasses expectations

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Hawks facing adversity

BEACON FALLS — After starting the season 6-0, the Woodland girls tennis team has run into some adversity over the past two weeks. The...

Woodland boys aiming for NVL 3-peat

BEACON FALLS — There’s no hiding the fact that the Woodland boys tennis team is the hands-down favorite to three-peat as Naugatuck Valley League...

Opportunity knocks

‘Hounds take advantage of their chances NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys tennis team has won two of the last three matches to improve to 4-3...

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