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January 22, 2018


What Football Really Means To Woodland Hawks

Leaves of all different colors are gently gliding with the light breeze, this is how we know that fall is finally here. We think of autumn as a season of pumpkins, sweaters, and especially football. With the NFL slowly rolling in, hype of American football is rising within the nation, and the Woodland Regional High-School

Woodland Girls Cross Country Sweeps Seymour Meet

3.1 miles, 16,368 feet, 12 ½ times around a standard sized track, almost the distance from Woodland to Seymour High School. Ask anyone to run it, and they will probably laugh in your face, but for Woodland cross country runners, this is a piece of cake. According to cross country runner Diondra Owusu, the 27

Woodland Represented on Division 1 Field

Let me take you back in time to five years ago to my freshman year. At this point in time, Hawk Pride was the highest it had ever been. Student sections were packed, hallways were decorated during spirit week, and one freshman was even kidnapped by the senior class and ransomed for pizza and soda.

The Beginning of the Hawks

It’s back to school for the Woodland Hawks, which means the start of another exciting season for the boy’s football team. Coach, Chris Moffo, led the boys into their first game on Friday, September 8th at 7:00 P.M at Crosby High School, along with senior captains Justin Morrone, Jackson Henry, and Joseph Kmetz. When asked

WRHS Cheer Team 16-17

the WRHS cheerleading team is holding tryouts this week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Here are some highlights from last years 2016/2017 season

Woodland Senior Leaves Her Mark

Woodland Softball battled rival, Naugatuck High School, on Wednesday, May 10th. The Hawks are  led by Captains Maddie Hupprich, Jennifer Triana, and Emily Brouillette. Although they  lost 8-2 to Naugatuck High School, the team will always remember the game as a day they did something amazing. The Hawks struggled this year after losing many valuable

Timber Team Hosts Inaugural Axe Games

FROM: Robert Murdy, Timber Team Coach I just wanted to share some pictures and results from Friday’s Axe Games between the Wamogo and Woodland Timber Teams here at Woodland. We had over 40 competitors in four events between the two schools. They all worked very hard off and I am very proud of them. Thank you

Sports Podcast/Broadcast – May 10th

The HHLSports crew, along with Mr. Geary, breakdown the softball and baseball games against Naugatuck and the Girls Tennis Senior night against Wolcott. This was the first time the crew has sent reporters to different games using different cameras.

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