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Star Gazing: Hawks hoopster Heather Framski

On the Court: Woodland junior forward Heather Framski is off to a hot start for the 3-0 Hawks, leading her team in scoring in...

Framski’s late heroics salvage state tourney win for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — Nobody’s sure how it went in, but it did. Heather Framski grabbed an offensive rebound off a missed free throw and hit...

Framski, Feducia carry Hawks to 5-0 mark

BEACON FALLS — One of the best inside-outside tandems in the Naugatuck Valley League helped the Woodland girls to their fifth win in as...

Framski on pace to score 1,000th point

BEACON FALLS – She calls her surgically repaired knee “Old Faithful.” She says she has a demon named “Francisco” living in her asthmatic lungs....

Skilled Framski returns to lead Woodland girls

BEACON FALLS — No matter who the Woodland girls’ basketball team loses every season, coach Gail Cheney’s Hawks seem to always put together a...

Alfiere, Framski not enough in Hawks loss

BEACON FALLS — This season has been all about trying to get over the hump for the Woodland girls’ basketball squad. The Hawks have been near the top of the Naugatuck Valley League, but haven’t been able to overcome the league’s best and have suffered a few letdowns along the way. The Black and Gold had another chance to get over that hump last Friday against Holy Cross. But Woodland squandered a halftime lead and double-doubles by both Katie Alfiere and Heather Framski en route to a 58-50 loss to the Crusaders in Beacon Falls. Hanging onto a 30-29 lead at halftime, the Hawks went back and forth with Holy Cross throughout the first 2 ½ minutes of the third quarter before the Green and Gold went on a 7-2 run to open up a 42-36 lead—their largest edge to that point—with 2:55 remaining in the third. Woodland closed the gap to 42-40 with 1:26 left in the period, but Cross responded by outscoring the Hawks, 13-6, from that point until the 3:25 mark of the fourth to seal the win.

Even in defeat, Hawks prove they’re elite

BEACON FALLS — The word on the street before the Woodland girls’ titanic clash with St. Paul on Tuesday night was that the game probably wouldn’t be close—after all, the Falcons are one of the best squads in the Naugatuck Valley League, suffering their only loss to mighty Torrington early in the season. That word must have been in a different language, because the Hawks didn’t get it. Though the Black and Gold fell, 42-40, in the final seconds of the Brass Division showdown, Woodland proved it belongs in the conversation about the best in the NVL. “No one expected the game to be this close,” Woodland junior Heather Framski said. “We found out that we can compete and have a chance against a really good team, as long as we play to our potential.”

Hawks venture out of NVL, beat Hand

BEACON FALLS — The Hawks got another dominant post performance by Heather Framski, their defense held Daniel Hand to single digits in two of four quarters, and Woodland (5-0, 4-0) won its lone non-league game of the regular season, 52-48, Thursday. Hand center Ali Birnbaum appeared over-matched against Framski, whose go-to move—a right-handed turn-and-shoot in the paint—was on magnificent display, helping the junior to a game-high 26 points.

Woodland Hall of Fame to induct new class

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School Hall of Fame will induct its largest class to date during an induction dinner Nov. 23. The...

Woodland Hall of Fame to induct largest class to date

By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School Hall of Fame honors the top athletes, coaches, staff, alumni and contributors...

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