Tag Archives: Hawks

Hawks earn trip to quarterfinals

BEACON FALLS — It doesn’t matter where in the lineup the Woodland baseball team finds itself when it needs runs. The Hawks just keep hitting. Woodland’s potent lineup and strong…

Tennis players take on state competition 

After successful Naugatuck Valley League seasons for the Naugatuck and Woodland tennis teams, both schools mostly wrapped up their spring campaigns in state tournament action at the end of May….

Poynton earns All-American honors

Woodland senior gymnast Kristina Poynton earned All-American honors based on her season’s worth of vaulting performances at the National High School Gymnastics Association Senior Showcase Invitational on May 17 in…

Woodland girls take second, boys eighth at NVL meet

TORRINGTON — The streak couldn’t last forever. After six straight Naugatuck Valley League outdoor track championships, the Woodland girls finally fell just short of the league title last Tuesday at…

Powanda completes perfect season

Greyhounds win doubles title WOLCOTT — It was as dominant as any Naugatuck Valley League boys tennis player has been in a long time, and it ended with the formality…

Naugy duo up to the task

BEACON FALLS — When Sacred Heart decided to pair its top two singles players together in an effort to win the Naugatuck Valley League girls tennis doubles tournament, Naugy’s Brielle…

Baseball, softball postseasons heating up

They battled from behind, rallied for a lead, and even tied a game with a two-strike suicide squeeze bunt in the seventh. But none of it was enough for the…

Hawks reaching goals

BEACON FALLS — The goals have been simple this year for the Woodland golf team, and coach Bill Carangelo is happy with the progress his Hawks have shown. “They are…

NVL baseball tourney shaping up to be wide open

The Naugatuck Valley League baseball tournament might be as wide-open as any in recent memory. Holy Cross, Wolcott, St. Paul and Woodland are jockeying for the top four spots in…

Many teams ‘in the thick of things’ heading into softball tourney   

A few weeks ago it appeared that everything was business as usual with the Naugatuck Valley League softball tournament on the horizon. Oxford, St. Paul, Holy Cross and Seymour looked…