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Potential sports field sites narrowed

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NAUGATUCK — A sports complex with a football and soccer field, tennis and basketball courts and a concession stand would be created at Cross...

Local attorney to showcase movie set piece

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NAUGATUCK — It took a few good men, a woman willing to take a chance and a bit of luck for a local man...

Local musician featured on Weather Channel

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NAUGATUCK — Local musician Bob Semanchik’s instrumental take on the soul standard “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me,” perhaps most famous for the Supremes’...

Baptist church to change name

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NAUGATUCK — Mt. Cavalry Baptist Church, nestled comfortably into a rented space on the corner of Rubber Avenue and Church Street, was founded...

Greyhounds best rival Seymour, still perfect

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SEYMOUR — The latest edition of this rivalry was as meaningful as any but less competitive than most. Marcos Soares scored twice, and Tiago Martins also netted a goal for the Greyhounds as Naugatuck (13-0-1) bested Seymour (7-4-3), 3-1, Monday at DeBarber Field in a game that the visitors controlled from the outset. After failing to capitalize on several early scoring chances, the Garnet and Grey’s pressure finally showed up on the scoreboard. Thirty yards from the net, senior defender Ali Gadoush landed an arcing chip on the forehead of Martins, who was triple-teamed to the left of the Seymour goal. A sprawling Mike Breault managed to tip Martins’ bid, only to have Soares collect the ball before it ever hit the ground and blast it home for a 1-nil lead in the 20th minute.

Hounds beat Hearts, end 3-game skid

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NAUGATUCK — The first few minutes was really all anyone needed to see to know how this one would turn out. Naugatuck’s defense forced a three-and-out on Sacred Heart’s opening possession, and Jake Yourison sprinted 65 yards for a touchdown on the Greyhounds’ first offensive play from scrimmage as Naugy (3-3) ended emphatically a three-game losing streak with a 35-14 victory over the Hearts (2-4) Friday night. “That’s a nice way to start a game, fellas,” head coach Rob Plasky told his players, as they relived the contest during a film session Monday.

Champs: Hawks girls, Naugy boys, Moriello

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WATERTOWN — It was a day of repeats at the Naugatuck Valley League cross country championships: The Woodland girls won their second straight team title, Naugatuck’s Rosa Moriello captured her third consecutive individual crown, and the Naugy boys claimed their fourth team championship in a row. The Hawks trio of Brittany Albright, Crystal Steinfeld and Melissa Kiley, who finished third, fourth and seventh, respectively, in 2008, were almost as impressive this year, taking fourth, fifth and eighth, in the same order. They, along with Sarah Melville (18th) and Kelly Smith (28th), made up the Black and Gold’s scoring five, who totaled 63 points. That was 14 lower than second-place Holy Cross, which Woodland had beaten by a single point only a week and a half before to secure back-to-back undefeated regular seasons.

Naugy Notes Oct. 14-20

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Boys’ Soccer The Hounds maintained their unblemished record in their only pitch this week, a 3-1 win over Holy Cross at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury....

Naugy girls still perfect after Woodland clash

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NAUGATUCK — The freight train that is the Naugatuck girls’ soccer squad continued to gain steam Monday night, putting together an impressive performance on...

CLISE: Loss hurts record, roster

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WEST HAVEN — The biggest number—practically, if not mathematically—haunting the Naugatuck High School football program after Friday’s blowout loss to Notre Dame-West Haven is...

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