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Word from the Woods Oct. 14-20

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Volleyball Woodland completed another dominant week on the court, sweeping all three of its home matches to improve to 13-1 and remain in a three-way...

Naugy spikers stumble against Cross

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WATERBURY — The Naugatuck volleyball team came into the Holy Cross gym on Monday night with a 10-3 record on the strength of a...

CN Sportsflash 10-16-09

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The local football teams try to bounce back from their first losses, and the Naugy boys' and Woodland girls' cross country squads take aim at perfect regular-season records.

Star Gazing: Woodland setter Jess Patrizi

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On the Court: Woodland junior setter Jess Patrizi has been a key force in leading her Hawks to a three-way tie atop the Naugatuck...

Naugy Notes Oct. 7-13

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Girls’ Soccer Yes, the Naugatuck girls’ soccer squad is still undefeated, but the Hounds were tested in each of their three matches this week—a 4-2...

Word from the Woods Oct. 7-13

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Girls’ Soccer The Woodland girls split a pair of matches for the second straight week as they were shut out by Naugatuck on Friday, 2-0,...

Dig Pink Night celebrates survivors

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The Naugatuck volleyball team provides a platform for breast cancer survivors and helps raise money for those battling the disease.

Hawks spikers bounce back against Ansonia

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BEACON FALLS — That’s more like it. After a dreadful performance Monday against Seymour in a 3-0 loss, the Woodland spikers got back on track...

CN Sportsflash 10-02-09

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The Woodland spikers remain unbeaten, Black and Gold boys' soccer earns a win-worthy tie, and Naugy football continues its renaissance in this week's Sportsflash.

Hawks top Kennedy; sit in first-place tie

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BEACON FALLS — In a meeting of two unbeaten teams—one power and one upstart—power won out in the end. After dropping the first game, Woodland (6-0) staved off Kennedy (6-1) Wednesday night, 3-1 (15-25, 25-23, 25-15, 25-23), to remain atop the Naugatuck Valley League standings. The Eagles won 10 of the match’s first 14 points, prompting Hawks coach Jim Amato to call time out, in an effort to regroup. But his squad rarely strung together consecutive points and the Eagles, though not a big-hitting team, made few errors, constantly keeping the ball in play en route to a 10-point win.