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Hawks confident heading down homestretch

BEACON FALLS — Despite picking up its first two defeats of the year, the Woodland boys soccer team feels nothing but confident entering the homestretch of the regular season. The…

Woodland girls learn lesson from tie

BEACON FALLS — Late last month, Woodland girls soccer coach Cait Witham admitted she was nervous knowing that her squad hadn’t played their best soccer yet with a key matchup…

All alone on the diving board

Divers provide boost for teams, but the sport isn’t for the faint of heart You make your final approach and the only sound you hear is your heart beating in…

Hawks stay on perfect course

BEACON FALLS — Despite passing their biggest tests of the regular season, Woodland cross country coach Jeff Lownds isn’t ready to crown his Hawks just yet. “I’m pleased with the…

Churning up the water

The Naugatuck girls swim team picked up two more victories before dropping their first meet of the season. The Greyhounds (6-1) got by St. Paul, 89-88, on Sept. 28 and…

Woodland snaps losing spell to Wolcott

BEACON FALLS — Most of Woodland’s football players weren’t even in kindergarten yet when the Hawks had last beaten Wolcott. It was way back in 2006, when current Woodland coach…

Hawks ‘come into their own’

BEACON FALLS — A five-game loss to the defending Naugatuck Valley League volleyball champions gave Woodland and coach Jim Amato plenty to think about moving forward. The Hawks fought back…

Hawks play their style

SEYMOUR — At the halfway point of the girls soccer season, Woodland coach Cait Witham finally saw what she hopes is the real identity of her Hawks last Thursday in…

Hawks turn to defense on the pitch

BEACON FALLS — It’s not the type of soccer Woodland boys soccer coach Tony Moutinho usually likes to see with his teams, but it’s working so far this fall. Through…

Hawks setting the pace early

SEYMOUR — Whether or not an opponent provides a strong challenge on the trails, there’s always one thing a runner can race against: the clock. So when Woodland’s Jill Brotherton…