The Boys’ and Girls’ Track and Field teams finished the last of their NVL-conference meets this Tuesday. Both teams swept all three competitors–Watertown, Holy Cross, and Naugatuck. The win sealed the undefeated record for the girls at 14-0, while boys finished almost perfect, 13-1, with one close loss to Seymour. All of the winning this
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.
The Woodland Boys’ Baseball Team is looking for a fresh start this spring. They had a bit of a rough season last year, but the team believes that they have everything they need in store to be successful this year. Last season the team had a 7-13 record, according to Head Varsity Coach Mike Kinglsey
6 days a week, 2 and half hours a day, for 3 and half months. That’s approximately 14 weeks, 84 days, and 2,016 hours. Over one swim season that is about how much time the boys swim team spends together. But this only counts their practices. This doesn’t count the extra-long meets or the
I cannot say that I have ever been a basketball fan. Something about the running back and forth across the court and the constant sneaker squeaking just makes the game utterly confusing. That was until I watched the Woodland boys team play the Weaver Beavers in the Class S state tournament game. Although the boys
It was up to each individual tennis player at the boy’s tennis NVL’s on May 28, 2011 at Woodland Regional High School. Each player on the Woodland tennis team was looking to make all NVL’s. In 2011, the team was extremely successful. They went undefeated with a record of nineteen wins and zero losses and
The Woodland Boys’ Tennis team made history this season. Not only did they go undefeated, but they won the first ever NVL Tournament in Woodland history for tennis. Captain and Senior Mike Krakowski came into the season with goals in hand. “My goals for the season were to go not only All NVL, but to
Tensions were high at Woodland Regional High School on January 29, 2010. The Woodland boys swimming team faced Watertown High School on Friday. Loud, intimidating music blasted through the speakers of the pool getting the boys pumped up for one of the biggest meets of the year. Both teams walked out of the locker rooms
The Woodland Boys and Girls Soccer Booster club is hosting Family Fun Night at Friendly’s. The event will be held on Monday September 27th from 5 – 8 P.M. A percentage of all sales (eat in, take out, and ice cream) will support the Woodland soccer teams. Friendly’s is located at 130 Avenue in Naugatuck.
The Western Connecticut Swimming Officials Association recently awarded the Woodland Boys Varsity Swim team the Jim Farrar Sportsmanship award. The award, named for Jim Farrar, local coach and official for years, is voted on by all the coaches in the association. It is presented to the one high school swim team, which showed impeccable sportsmanship