Gee, Williams propel boys track to sixth place

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NEW BRITAIN — Naugatuck track and field head coach Ralph Roper expects the boys’ strong finish at the Class L championship meet, and the...
Ralph Liquori competes in the four-by-400 meter relay for Naugatuck. The Hounds finished fifth with a time of 3:36.56

Naugy girls win track title; local boys share

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BEACON FALLS — Rosa Moriello staged yet another three-win performance to lead the Greyhounds girls to a Naugatuck Valley League outdoor track...

Naugy boys’ track claims favorite status

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NAUGATUCK — Any time two teams meet on the field of athletic competition sporting undefeated records, the contest can only be viewed as a...

Naugy girls’ track and field ekes by Seymour

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Seniors Tori Pisco and Rosa Moriello ran three events apiece, helping Naugatuck beat Seymour, 76-74, Wednesday. The Greyhounds also defeated Watertown, 120-30, and Derby, 126.5-9.

Track teams sweep NVL foes in first meets

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The Woodland boys defeat rival Seymour, Derby and Sacred Heart, and the Naugy boys and girls best St. Paul, Holy Cross and Wolcott.

Momentum on the side of Hawks track

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BEACON FALLS — There’s no doubt Woodland is home to one of the best boys’ track and field programs in all of Class M—the...

Hawks boys’ and girls’ track will contend

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BEACON FALLS — There’s no doubt Woodland is home to one of the best boys’ track and field programs in all of Class M—the...

Naugy track will benefit from additions

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NAUGATUCK — He wasn’t exactly Brad Childress waiting with bated whistle to hear whether Brett Favre would rejoin the Minnesota Vikings (still uncertain, by...

The Science of Running

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They’re a meet day mainstay, though the faded, burgundy leather boat shoes befit a man who owns a closet full of Bermuda—rather than running—shorts. But to Naugatuck High cross country and track coach Bill Hanley, nautical footwear is as essential as a pair of Nikes. “What I’ll do is when I go to meets, I’ll wear Sperry Topsiders because they don’t have a lot of support,” he explains. “So on Saturdays, as I’m running around the course … I’m strengthening my lower legs.” And all this time I thought it was a fashion statement. I should have known better. See, Hanley, a special education science teacher at NHS, is a man of reason, and there’s a very good reason why he rocks those white-soled, bow-tied beauties.

Moriello 8th in 2-mile at national meet

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NEW YORK — In the final indoor race of a brilliant career, Naugatuck’s Rosa Moriello ran her fastest two miles ever Sunday at the...

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