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July 26, 2017


Woodland Sports Update

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

An Inside look at a Most Dangerous Job

   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

St. Joe’s Wins Class S State Championship

St. Joe’s won their second consecutive state championship last Saturday, defeating the Ansonia Chargers 49-28. On a night when Montrell Dobbs had yet another outstanding performance on the ground for the Chargers, St. Joe’s proved to be the clear cut champion with another dominating performance. On a cold, December night at Rentschler Field, the Cadets

Woodland Volleyball Has Success Against Seymour

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

Woodland Baseball Bounces Back After Slow Start

As the full effects of spring begin to settle in, so is the start of a new baseball season. The Hawks, under head coach Joe Steele, are coming off a winning record in 2009 and are looking to have another successful season. Woodland has six seniors this year, which include captains Ryan Genua and Kyle

Hawks Charge Ansonia

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

Woodland Boys Fall to Ansonia

On Tuesday, February 9th, the Woodland Hawks fell to the Ansonia Chargers with a score of  81-73. In a hard-fought game, Woodland came up short as the Chargers pulled away at the end of the fourth quarter. In the first quarter, the Chargers came out firing on all cylinders. Strengthened by a couple of big

Hawks Look to Beat Undefeated Sacred Heart

   On Friday, January 8th, the Woodland Hawks will take on the Sacred Heart Hearts at home. The Hawks are looking to hand Sacred Heart their first loss of the season.    Although they are coming off a 64-57 loss to the Ansonia Chargers on Tuesday, Woodland has been on fire, winning 4 out of

Woodland Girls Lose First Game

   On Tuesday, January 5th, the Woodland Girls Basketball team lost their first game of the season to the determined Ansonia Chargers.    The final score was 48-41 in a game that came down to the final minute.    In a defensive struggle, Woodland and Ansonia found themselves in a situation in which whoever made

Volleyball Gains Dominant Win Against Ansonia

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

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