Woodland Hawks played Ansonia on Friday, January 15th, falling short of the win, 46 to 65. The Hawks will host Holy Cross on Tuesday, January 19.
Woodland played a great game against Ansonia on Friday, November 7th. Ansonia takes the win with 30-28.
The spring season for Woodland sports is well underway and all teams are having their fair share of success. The softball team is currently 12-3 with their newest win coming from their game against St. Paul. The Hawks took the victory winning 24-7. Senior Lindsay Boland had four hits along with four scored runs. Junior
When a senior at Woodland picks their senior project, they are encouraged to pick something that they are interested in and want to do. When Dr. Frank announced that this year we would have the opportunity to do an internship, I jumped at it. For my senior project this year I am
The Woodland Volleyball team defeated the Seymour Wilcats on Tuesday, October 5th at Seymour. The game was highly touted as the Wildcats are the defending Naugatuck Valley League Brass Divsion Champions, defeating Woodland to win the title last year. The Hawks beat the Wilcats in just three matches (3-0). The scores of the three matches were 25-21, 25-19, and
The Woodland Girls Tennis team won their first match of the season with a 5-2 advantage over Ansonia. For the singles players, Woodland’s Steph Badale defeated Annette Konopka, 8-0. Meg Wester (W) defeated Chrissy Adanczyk, 8-2. Brooke Dragon (W) defeated Mary Kraynak, 8-4. Dorrie Shortell (A) defeated Liz Martin, 8-6. For the doubles players, Woodland’s Sam
The Woodland Girls Volleyball team came out on fire against Ansonia on Wednesday, October 7th. After losing to Seymour earlier in the week, the team came back to their home court more motivated to return to their winning ways. Head coach James Amato believes losing a game could make a difference. “We went in and
The Woodland High School Girls Soccer team started off the season strong with their first game against Ansonia with a tied score of two. This season’s team is young but strong. They are working hard to get ahead and make it all the way. Ally Negaro, senior captain of the Woodland Hawks