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July 26, 2017


Woodland Football Falls in Week Three

The Hawks played Sacred Heart this past Friday, September 23rd. Unfortunately, the Hawks were unable to salvage a victory as they fell short. The team was recently coming off of a loss to Watertown. Meanwhile, Sacred Heart came into this game 1-1, after a loss to Oxford. Both teams were determined to finish Friday with

Girls Basketball Takes Naugy

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

Girls’ Basketball Team Dedicates Game to Margaret Varhol

“We aren’t just playing for our team. We’re playing for a member of the Woodland family,” explains Jess Moffo, Head Coach of girls’ basketball team. The game, played against Naugatuck High School, was dedicated to Margaret Varhol, a mother, friend, and large member of the Woodland community who lost her long battle against cancer on February

Phipps is a finalist

It has been confirmed that, Timothy Phipps, Woodland Football’s Offensive Coordinator is a finalist only for a head football position at Naugatuck High School. Details to follow as the story develops.

Need to Know: New Nardelli’s!

The name of Nardelli is very well known, having been around since 1922. More recently, it has been receiving lots of recognition. Nardelli’s was voted to be the owner of the # 1 Grinder of the Year by Connecticut Magazine for nine years in a row. They have also been featured on the Travel Channel’s

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

Snow Makes Slippery Commute

Snow Days By Kristina Diurno and Jordan Tolnay This morning at Woodland Regional High School, as students and faculty were making their way up the driveway something was not quite right. There was still snow covering most of the driveway coming up the hill to Woodland and also in the parking lots. There was also

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,

St. Joe’s Defeats Hawks in Class S State Playoffs

The roller-coaster season of the Woodland Hawks came to an end last Tuesday night. In the quarterfinals of the Class S State playoffs, St. Joe’s passing game was just too much for the Hawks, especially quarterback Joe Della Vecchia.    Della Vecchia seemingly received a nasty knee injury last week in the Cadets’ Thanksgiving matchup

Wind Blows Student Drivers and Buses Off Course

   Extreme winds and rain have been ravaging the Naugatuck Valley all day.    So much so that a tree fell across the road right out in front of Woodland Regional High School this afternoon.    When Dr. Frank, school principal, came on to the loudspeaker at approximately two o clock this afternoon, he told

Hawks and Greyhounds Make a Splash

   The Woodland Regional High School Swim Team fought for a win against Naugatuck with determination, giving the Greyhounds a run for their money.    Although the Hawks suffered a nail-biting loss, the team ended the week with their pride, showing the Greyhounds that they are a resilient team.    The  races kicked off with

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