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Moffo settling into interim role

TORRINGTON — Jess Moffo entered her 10th game as interim head coach at Woodland on Tuesday night. And she seems quite comfortable. Moffo is filling in for Gail Cheney, who is…

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Woodland tackles new challenge

BEACON FALLS — Tuesday night’s game against Torrington provided a different sort of challenge for Woodland. The Hawks either played from behind or were locked in a neck-and-neck battle in…

Raiders’ fast start too much for Hawks

TORRINGTON — The Hawks fell behind the Red Raiders early and never caught up. Torrington sprinted to an 11-0 lead in the first 2 ½ minutes en route to a…

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Hawks swimming at record pace

BEACON FALLS — School records may not be safe this season for the Woodland boys swim program. Three meets into the season, several program records are already in jeopardy. For starters,…

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Hawks look to find their rhythm

BEACON FALLS — The only way Woodland indoor track coach Tim Shea can describe the first month of this season is, “weird.” Shea, the boys head coach, and girls head…

‘Battle-tested’ Hawks fall late to Chargers

  BEACON FALLS — For the fourth time in five games to start the season, the Woodland boys were locked in a one-possession battle down the stretch in Tuesday night’s…

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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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Late rally comes up short for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland girls basketball team staged a late rally before coming up on the short end of a 42-32 final margin to Seymour Tuesday night. The Hawks…

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Hawks back on track

BEACON FALLS — For Woodland coach Tim Shea and some of his football players, there is little time to relax after the season ends on the gridiron. Instead, it’s time…

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New brand for Hawks basketball

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland boys basketball team lost its two leading scorers from one of its best teams ever. So it seems perfectly irrational for Tom Hunt to be…