By Veronica Moscariello and Jeffrey Varesio Football. Track and field. Soccer. Volleyball. Baseball. Dance. When asked to think of the many sports offered at Woodland, these few and more may come to mind. What most students don’t know, however, is that sports such as wrestling, lacrosse, and field hockey are also offered by the Naugatuck
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Athletes at Woodland Regional High School are taking the meaning of #Hawkpride to another level. Starting this week, Head football coach at Woodland Regional School,Timothy Phipps modified the team’s schedule, cutting down practice time to conserve the players’ strength and energy. Because of this change, Phipps encourages his players to take this opportunity to attend
The boys and girls outdoor track teams have both done the impossible- had an undefeated season, and won the championship meet. This accomplishment was a first for both the boys and girls. Last year, the girls team had no losses, but had a tie with Watertown. The meet was intense, with the Watertown girls 4×1
Throughout any sports season there is usually two or three big hurdles a team has to overcome in order to get to where they want to be. For the Woodland Hawks Boys’ Basketball Team, the first hurdle they overcame arose on Friday, January 24th. The Hawks played the only undefeated team in the Brass division,St.
After eighty years of athletics, one would think the NVL would have made up its mind, however that assumption does not seem to be very accurate. In the fall of 2014, the Naugatuck Valley League will undergo a drastic change. And with the current 2013 fall season coming to a wrap, it is exciting and
Winning one NVL Championship is always an obstacle. Winning two back-to-back titles is even more of a challenge. But winning three consecutive titles… it’s a feat that not many can take on– except for the Woodland Boys Tennis Team. This season the team is looking to clinch their third NVL title and go undefeated in
After ending last season with a final record of 15 wins to 8 losses, Woodland’s Girls’ Softball team is determined to bring the heat this year. With a number of strong players returning this year the softball team is most likely going to be a competitive force in the Brass Division. Senior Brooke Leshin along
With only one senior graduating, three All-NVL athletes still playing, and two NVL championship titles, the Boys Tennis team has quite the list of expectations for this upcoming season. But despite having these expectations, their motto remains the same—“Expect Nothing. Earn Everything.” Last year, the team finished their season off with almost a perfect record,
Making School History:: One Dive at a Time All is quiet, the only noise being the sound of the filter system, as Steve McCusker, walks onto the diving board. He takes a deep breath and walks to the edge. The chlorine stained blue board bends under his weight. He bounces up and down and then in one fluid motion
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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