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Woodland’s Mulligan wins NVL diving title

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By Mark Jaffee, Republican-American WATERTOWN — Right from the outset, Woodland High junior D.J. Mulligan felt good March 23 with a strong score on a...

Hounds ramping up for NVLs 

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — Naugatuck heads into the Naugatuck Valley League swimming and diving championships having finished runner-up to Holy Cross —...

Hawks looking to create some spirited competition

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — One of the hardest things to do during this pandemic-shortened winter sports season is drumming up a...

Naugatuck swimmers off to successful start

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck boys swim team hasn’t had a whole lot of time to build the endurance it takes...

Schools differ when it comes to plans for fans

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News The last time the Naugatuck boys basketball team took the court last March, fans were standing shoulder to shoulder around...

Heller takes reins of Woodland boys swim team 

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News BEACON FALLS — A Naugy guy is now manning the Hawks’ nest. Brendan Heller, a 2008 Naugatuck High grad and former...

NVL pushes back start of games

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News Winter sports practices began on schedule for Woodland and Naugatuck, but the Hawks and Greyhounds will have to wait a...

CIAC OKs plan for winter season

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News Some sports allowed to play, others limited to conditioning At long last, high school sports are returning — well, sort of...

Players, coaches grateful for a chance to play

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News The CIAC’s approval of a plan for the winter high school season was met with a sigh of relief by...

Delay to season left swim teams waiting for chance to get back in the...

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By Ken Morse, Citizen’s News The Naugatuck and Woodland boys swim teams were docked on dry land as they waited for the opportunity to get...

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