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Balanced offense has Hawks back on track

BEACON FALLS — Heather Framski scored a team-high 22 points while freshman Andrea Piccolo posted a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Woodland to a 69-63 win…

Woodland swimmers looking to make waves

BEACON FALLS — Don’t be fooled by Woodland’s 2-7 dual meet record. The Hawks may have some of the most talented swimmers in the Naugatuck Valley League. In the last…

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Hawks hold off furious charge from Ansonia

ANSONIA — Woodland prevailed in a Naugatuck Valley League Brass Division clash in Ansonia Tuesday night, beating the buzzer and the Chargers, 56-55. Ansonia made a furious comeback with under…

Woodland girls poised to make noise in tournaments

BEACON FALLS—It’s usually the same old story for the Woodland girls basketball team—the Hawks make the Naugatuck Valley League and state tournaments but don’t get much done in either. This…

Woodland boys looking to break slump

BEACON FALLS—March Madness might be a month away, but the Woodland boys basketball team is going to get an early taste in a February frenzy over the crucial last few…

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Greyhounds swim past Hawks to victory

NAUGATUCK — Six different Greyhounds won individual events to pace Naugatuck to a 99-81 victory over Woodland on Tuesday afternoon.

Chris Branco (200 free), Harald Hersted (200 IM and 500 free), Jake Branco (50 free), Kevin McMullen (100 fly), Kyle Conrad (100 free) and James Streifel (100 back) all won events for Naugy. Lindsay Boland (diving) and Patrick O’Dell (100 breast) won individual events for the Hawks.

Naugy coach Jim McKee said the results reflect his team’s ability and continuing improvement.

“We have depth,” McKee said. “We had at least 72 best times in this meet.”

The Hounds set the tone for the meet by capturing the top two spots in the opening event, the 200 medley relay, and won each of the first four events. William Wright, Hersted, Conrad and James Vaz won the 200 medley relay in a time of 1 minute, 43.51 seconds, about 10 seconds ahead of teammates Riker Mitchell, Dan Sigetti, Richard Mitchell and Jake Branco.

Wildcats hand Woodland second straight lose

WATERBURY – Late in the Woodland boys’ 72-63 loss to Wilby Tuesday night, a spectator summarized the foul-ridden contest in a ridiculous yet somehow accurate manner. “It’s like we went…

Overtime with Kyle Brennan

All I want for Christmas … Err, I want a Jets win Sunday! Round of Applause Mike Wilson and the Naugatuck boys basketball team got off the schneid by earning…