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July 26, 2017


Track Heads to Last NVL Meet for the Season

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

Boy’s Tennis NVL’S

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

Boys Tennis Makes History

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

Watertown Defeats Woodland Boys Swimming

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

Woodland Boys Win First Game of the Season

Last Friday night, Woodland picked up their first win of the season, defeating the Wolcott Eagles in dominating fashion, 73-47. Coming into the game, Wolcott was planning to slow down the Hawk’s leading scorer, Yahmad Rountree. Not only were they unsuccessful at accomplishing that, but the other Rountree, Rahmi, had a big night as well.

Woodland Boys Basketball Lose in Season Opener

With the NVL basketball season just getting underway, it looked like the Hawks were still in football mode last Wednesday night in their season opener against the Crosby Bulldogs. Although Woodland played a tough, scrappy game, the inexperienced Bulldogs were able to pull out the win in the fourth quarter. With some solid defensive play,

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