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May 25, 2017

Sports

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.

Off-Season Insight

Every year, every team dreams of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy and putting their name in the conversation as the greatest to ever do it.  However, the road to winning the Superbowl is not an easy one, and it does not happen overnight.  It takes years for a franchise to build a contender, and even longer

Woodland Frisbee Senior Project

As Spring sports get underway, another is being added to the mix. Woodland’s Ultimate  team is back for the second straight year as part of Mark Crowley’s senior project.The team is accepting members from grades 9-12, and both girls and boys are welcome to participate. Practices began Thursday April 6th and go until June. Originally

Girls Softball @ Naugatuck

The Hawks (4-8) take on the Greyhounds (4-7) in Naugatuck this evening. The Hawks look to piggyback off of Jen Triana’s strong pitching performance yesterday which led to a 24-1 victory over Wilby. Meanwhile, the Greyhounds are coming off of a heartbreaking loss to Oxford last night with a score of 7-6. With that loss,

New Rivalry Heats Up

For years, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees have been the biggest rivalry in baseball, and even sports history; however, now that David Ortiz, Alex Rodriguez, and Derek Jeter have retired, this rivalry has died down. With this vacancy of a rivalry, a new one has flourished. The Blue Jays and Rangers are

2017 MLB Predictions

With the 2017 MLB season off to a start, the sports crew breaks down each team and predicts the playoffs. AL East   Red Sox- With the addition of Chris Sale the Red Sox now have another elite pitcher in their rotation along with young offense that led the league last year. If the Sox

2017 Mock Draft 3.0

Draft season is among us. The draft can make or break a team’s offseason. For teams on the top of the draft board, they’ll be looking to draft a player that will carry them to success in the future and get their franchises back on track. While the teams near the bottom of the board

Softball Swings Into Action

One of the most successful teams at Woodland, is the softball team. The Hawks have made it to the state tournament since 2003. With Coach Luddy at the helm, the team looks to take a trip to the state tournament for the fifteenth straight year. After a .500 season (10-10), Woodland will look to be

WRSG Presidential/VP Debate

For the first time in Woodland history, there will be an Executive Ticket Debate. The WRSG Elections Commissions, chaired by Olivia Rua, changed the election curriculum. Tickets have been introduced, so the Student Body President had to pick their running mates. Having said, there will be a debate between the two tickets. On one side,

Jeopardy Tournament

The volleyball team held a Jeopardy tournament open to students and the faculty at Woodland. Three teams competed last night. Team One consisted of Mrs. Manning, Jon Daly, and Mrs. Overby. Team Two was an all students team that consisted of Abigail Meliso, Kaylee Walsh, and Chris Lauck. Finally, Team Three had all teachers, Mrs.

Woodland Baseball Ready to Kick off Spring Season

Picture this, the number one starter just graduated, the man who pitched over half the games last year. The second baseman with a solid bat and one of the most reliable defensive players on team, also graduated. The first baseman with the most amount of power on the team, has also moved on to college.

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