Now that the trade deadline is behind us, there’s been one storyline that may not be discussed often but what I think may be one of the more enticing stories as we head towards the end of the year. The fact that the Boston Celtics, who are currently 2nd in the East with a
The Hawks played a great game on Wednesday, January 27th with a buzzer beater win of 51-49 over the Seymour Wildcats. The Hawks will host the Torrington Raiders on Tuesday, February 2nd.
The Hawks put up a good fight against the Wolcott Eagles, falling short of the win 51 to 57.
Woodland Hawks fought hard against the Watertown Indians but fell short of the win, 44 to 57. The boys will face Wolcott, away, on Monday, January 25th.
Woodland Hawks hosted the Holy Cross Crusaders on Tuesday, January 19, falling short, 63 to 92. The Hawks will host the Watertown Indians on Friday, January 22nd.
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.
Tonight, Woodland Regional High School may be a part of basketball history. Tip off is set for 7pm as Woodland will be playing Sacred Heart High School on our home court. There has been much anticipation for this game from not only the team but the students as well. A large crowd has been
The Woodland Girls Basketball team held a great game against Naugatuck on Wednesday, December 14. They held a consistent ten point lead over the team, and finished the game with an impressive 41 to 27. This past Friday the girls also had a massive win against Kennedy which they won with the close victory of 64
The start to a new season of Woodland Boys Basketball is upon us. With three returning varsity starters and after weeks of practices on the court, the boys are ready to take on the season. Senior Captain Tyler Collodel is excited to play his last year on the court. “I feel really confident and
The Unified Sports team runs their last few yards as school comes to a close. Unified Sports, ran by George Meyers, is the outdoor track and basketball team for the special-educated students here at Woodland. It is a way for all the students to have a chance to connect with their peers doing things that
Josh DePalma, a sophomore at Woodland, has always had a passion for basketball, and now he has found a way to combine his passion while honoring his mother, who passed away in 2012 of Breast Cancer. The Karen DePalma 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament occurred last Saturday, March 21, and was dedicated to Mrs. DePalma