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Valley rivalries provide spark for Hawks

SEYMOUR — There isn’t much that Woodland boys basketball coach Tom Hunt likes more than rivalry games in the Valley. The Hawks got their first real taste of Naugatuck Valley…

Family atmosphere fuels Hawks’ success

BEACON FALLS — Greg Aldrich has been through the highs and lows of the boys swimming program at Woodland over the last four years. Now, starring in his senior season,…

Young Hawks show tenacity, fight

BEACON FALLS — Despite youth and inexperience all over the court, there’s one thing the Woodland girls basketball team hasn’t done so far this season: Lie down for a good…

Underclassmen gaining experience

BEACON FALLS — Never in Jess Moffo’s coaching career has she placed four freshmen on the varsity basketball court. But that’s exactly what the Woodland girls coach did to start…

Woodland boys building confidence

BEACON FALLS — Sunk by a buzzer-beating 3-pointer two days after Christmas, the Woodland boys basketball team shrugged off a heartbreaking loss against Oxford like it never happened. Two days…

Hawks split pair of meets to open season

BEACON FALLS — Woodland boys swimming coach Tom Currier couldn’t believe how well his Hawks swam in their first meet of the season. “(The Dec. 18 meet against Oxford) was…

Woodland girls ‘buying in’

BEACON FALLS — There’s no way to break in a team full of underclassmen and first-year starters quite like the opening four-game stretch the Woodland girls basketball team faced this…

Sharpshooting carries Woodland early on

BEACON FALLS — Just as it’s been for the first three years of his Woodland basketball career, Zach Bedryczuk’s sharpshooting has been the Hawks’ strength early in the season. In…

Indoor track isn’t overlooked at Woodland

BEACON FALLS — Indoor track and field is the forgotten high school sport. Some say it’s just a way for non-basketball players to stay in shape over the winter. Some…

Wrestling returns to Woodland

BEACON FALLS — It’s been more than a decade since a Woodland athlete has donned a singlet, but a freshman will make it happen once again this winter. Elias Sturdevant…