Naugy sends message in loss

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CIAC puts fall sports on hold for now

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By Mark Jaffee, Republican-American It didn't take long for another shutdown, at least temporarily. The CIAC Board of Control met Friday for the second time in...

Hounds spikers advance to NVL semifinal

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WATERBURY — It was a trick-or-treat match for the Naugatuck volleyball team on Halloween. It ended with treats and a trip to the Naugatuck...

Fall sports plan remains ‘fluid’

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News While the news and plans regarding the high school fall sports season in Connecticut will undoubtedly change again, the CIAC...

Athletic directors cram to put together fall schedules

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News Constructing high school sports schedules usually takes months. But with ever-changing directives from the state and the CIAC during this...

Hawks fitting pieces together

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BEACON FALLS — With an almost entirely new lineup trying to replicate the success of last year’s state semifinalist squad, the Woodland volleyball team...

Hawks top Kennedy; sit in first-place tie

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BEACON FALLS — In a meeting of two unbeaten teams—one power and one upstart—power won out in the end. After dropping the first game, Woodland (6-0) staved off Kennedy (6-1) Wednesday night, 3-1 (15-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-23), to remain atop the Naugatuck Valley League standings. The Eagles won 10 of the match’s first 14 points, prompting Hawks coach Jim Amato to call time out, in an effort to regroup. But his squad rarely strung together consecutive points and the Eagles, though not a big-hitting team, made few errors, constantly keeping the ball in play en route to a 10-point win.

Historic run a thing of the past for Hawks

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Hawks put early-season ups and downs behind them

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BEACON FALLS — Since some early-season ups and downs, the Woodland volleyball team has been firing on all cylinders as the regular season enters...

Hawks spike Kennedy for NVL crown

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ANSONIA – Woodland can party like it’s 2007 all over again. For the second time in three years, the Hawks spikers are Naugatuck Valley League champions, as the Black and Gold beat top-seeded Kennedy, 3-1 (25-16, 27-25, 9-25, 26-24), in Thursday’s title game at Ansonia High. After dominating the first game, the Hawks trailed by as many as six points late in game two. But Woodland steadily climbed out of the deficit and eventually took a 23-22 lead on the strength of senior Steph Badale’s five-point service run. The teams traded the next six points, each facing a game point at one point, until an epic rally featuring 25 exchanges of the ball ended when senior Emily Hutvagner found the center of the Kennedy floor for the kill.

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