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Hopkinson, Macdowall repeat as NVL boys doubles champions

BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSThe conclusion of the NVL boys tennis season stayed on script and followed the pattern of last year. Watertown and Woodland...

Woodland boys tennis looks to finish NVL team championship journey

BY KEN MORSECITIZEN’S NEWSThe final week of the boys NVL tennis season is wrapping up as teams are vying for the top seeds in...

Naugy boys tennis shows resiliency

BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSThe Naugatuck boys tennis team was in a learn as you go phase with coach Brett Hayward working to rebuild the...

Woodland boys tennis wants another shot at NVL title

BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSMaybe some teams thought the overconfident Hawks were just all talk trying to inspire their new coach Ryan McEvoy last season....

Boys tennis: Naugatuck shows plenty of enthusiasm

BY KEN MORSECITIZEN'S NEWSWhat the Naugatuck boys tennis team lacks in experience, they certainly make up in enthusiasm. It's not rare to see the...

Spring sports previews: boys tennis

Woodland2021 record: 9-4 regular seasonPostseason: NVL tournament – No. 3 seed NVL, defeated Torrington, 5-0, in NVL quarterfinals; defeated Wolcott, 3-2, in semifinals; lost...

All-Decade: Woodland boys tennis 

Team of the Decade: 2013 NVL champion (third straight), third place in Class S tournament (program record), 18-0 record, stretched program win streak to...

All-Decade: Naugatuck boys tennis 

Team of the Decade: 2019 NVL champion (first since 2007), 17-2 record (best of the decade), three All-NVL players Athlete of the Decade: Chris Cook...

Woodland boys net best year on the court

BEACON FALLS — Woodland boys tennis coach Jim Amato didn’t want to acknowledge a potential peak in his program with this month’s Class S...

Naugy boys face stiff competition at Class Ls

WILTON — The competition was fierce at the Class L opening round of the boys tennis tournament on Tuesday. The Greyhounds finished the day...

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