Tag Archives: Hawks

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Hawks replace experience with exuberance

BEACON FALLS — The most successful season in the history of Woodland softball left behind banners and championships. But, it also left behind many holes in the Hawks’ lineup and…

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Hawks relying on senior trio’s leadership

BEACON FALLS — Though the Woodland baseball team has question marks at most positions around the diamond, there’s one area in which the Hawks might be as strong as anyone—up…

Hawks fall to Whippets, historic season concludes

WINDHAM — The winningest season in Woodland girls basketball history came to an end last Thursday in the Class M state tournament quarterfinals as the No. 10 Hawks fell to…

Hawks soar late to break Hearts, continue tourney run

WATERBURY — The Woodland girls basketball team trumped Sacred Heart, 56-45, last Friday night at Alumni Hall after a fourth-quarter offensive surge led by freshman Andrea Piccolo and senior Heather…

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Woodland dancers cap off stellar season

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland dance team just completed another fantastic season, yet it seems like nobody noticed—again. But it’s time to take notice because the Hawks once again placed…

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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…

Framski’s late heroics salvage state tourney win for Hawks

BEACON FALLS — Nobody’s sure how it went in, but it did. Heather Framski grabbed an offensive rebound off a missed free throw and hit a fadeaway, turnaround, three-footer that…

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…