Tag Archives: boys basketball

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Wilby runs past Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — The Greyhounds nearly dug themselves out of a 20-point deficit twice against the Wilby Wildcats but couldn’t get over the hump as they fell by a 74-64 margin…

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Kingsley leads Hawks over Wildcats

SEYMOUR — It wasn’t pretty, but it’s a win. And boy, was it exciting. Woodland sophomore guard Tanner Kingsley scored a career-high 29 points, including a 3-pointer to send the…

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Naugy notches first win

WATERBURY — After two straight losses to start the season, Naugatuck boys basketball head coach Mike Wilson wanted a complete-game effort from his team on Tuesday night. He got it….

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Greyhounds hungry to get back on the court

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys basketball team has the task of trying to erase the memory of the last two seasons that garnered four total wins. The ‘Hounds went 3-17 last…

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Woodland upsets Bacon to advance in tourney

COLCHESTER — For just the second time in program history, the Woodland boys basketball team won a first-round state tournament game. The No. 22 Hawks hung around in a back-and-forth…

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Hawks remain proud after humbling loss

WATERBURY — During the final timeout of Woodland’s loss to Crosby in the Naugatuck Valley League tournament quarterfinals last Saturday, Hawks head coach Tom Hunt made a point that will…

City Hill boys reach perfection on the court

NAUGATUCK — When the Naugatuck middle schools, Hillside and City Hill, merged last year it didn’t take a mathematician to figure out the outcome, as far as the athletic programs…

Naugy boys lose heartbreaker

WATERBURY — It was another instance of the Naugatuck boys basketball team being oh-so-close to winning, and it was another instance of the Hounds just falling short. Sacred Heart’s Eddie…

Woodland’s ‘unsung heroes’ lift Hawks over Wildcats

SEYMOUR — What a time for Woodland’s best performance of the season. Three Hawks scored in double figures and Woodland outscored Seymour, 35-12, in the second half to pull away…

Morse: Greyhounds growth worth watching

Every season begins with good intentions. Regardless of what the outlook may appear to be on paper, you still need to play the games. Oftentimes, a cautious, yet optimistic approach…