Tag Archives: Naugatuck High School

Chargers run past injury-ravaged Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — The 120th meeting between Naugatuck and Ansonia on the gridiron was all Chargers. While the Chargers had their way against the Greyhounds in just about every way possible…

Thanksgiving leftovers

Happy Thanksgiving! This is always my favorite column of the year to write, and it’s that way for a few reasons. First, I only have two rules — don’t swear…

Mezzo becomes leader for Greyhounds

NAUGATUCK — When Jay Mezzo took over as the Greyhounds’ starting quarterback last year as a junior he had his share of help in the form of 18 seniors who…

Two-way players know only one way to play

NAUGATUCK — From a coaching standpoint, the key to success on the football field is finding players that have the skills to put a spark in the offense and shut…

Borough bringing back bonfire celebration

NAUGATUCK — The borough is hosting a bonfire celebration Wednesday night to rekindle what was once a tradition in Naugatuck. The event, which is hosted by Mayor N. Warren “Pete”…

School board hires new athletic director, interim dean

NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck Public Schools is adding one new and one familiar face to its team of administrators. The Board of Education appointed Gianni Perugini the district’s new director of…

Run ends in quarterfinals for Naugy boys

NAUGATUCK — For just the fifth time since winning back-to-back state championships in 2001-2002, the Naugatuck boys soccer team made it to the state tournament quarterfinals. No. 4 Naugatuck saw…

Naugy girls finish season at Class L meet

MIDDLETOWN — The Naugatuck girls swim team wrapped up the season with a 17th-place finish at the Class L championship meet at Wesleyan University Nov. 20. The Greyhounds, armed with…

Naugatuck battles to third at NVL championship

WATERBURY — Down one of their best swimmers, the Greyhounds battled to secure a top three spot at the Naugatuck Valley League swim championship. Naugatuck finished third with 544 points…

Tourney roundup

The state tournament runs for the Naugatuck and Woodland soccer and volleyball teams came to an end last week. Boys soccer No. 4 Naugatuck fell to No. 5 Hall, 5-0,…