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.
As spring arrives, so does one of the most frustrating national holidays of the year: Mothers’ Day. Instead of knitting my mother a scarf, personalizing a flowerpot, or crafting her a macaroni necklace, I decided to bring my mother, a tea fanatic named Tracy, to Tea with Tracy. Ironic. Located in Seymour, Connecticut, Tea with
Seymour Volleyball beat Woodland 3-0 Thursday, October 30th at Kennedy High School. The volleyball will be headed to States within the next few weeks. Photo Credit: Katie Minutillo
As Storm Nemo (or Charlotte or Snowpocalypse or Carlos or whatever you called the 30″ snowfall) covered the Northeast in a blanket of fluffy precipitation, thoughts turned from awe to wonder to dismay to despair. Where was all that snow going to go? The answer… Nowhere. And that is the problem that many if not
When Seymour resident, Lanny Bercier, broke his snow blower, he pulled out all the stops to get the snow out of his driveway.
See Movies Cheaper Movie tickets can be pretty expensive for the average teen just trying to have fun. In the Beacon falls/ Prospect area the most popular movie theaters are the Waterbury mall, the Seymour cinemas and in Southington. The movie tickets at the Seymour Cinemas are usually ten dollars, which is really expensive if
The Strand Movie Theater in Seymour has been around for quite some time. Since 1920, it has been standing strong while providing the valley with a different style of a movie theater. It is one of the few buildings that are still in their original form from way back when. However, just recently the Strand
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
The Woodland Volleyball team defeated the Seymour Wilcats on Tuesday, October 5th at Seymour. The game was highly touted as the Wildcats are the defending Naugatuck Valley League Brass Divsion Champions, defeating Woodland to win the title last year. The Hawks beat the Wilcats in just three matches (3-0). The scores of the three matches were 25-21, 25-19, and
The Woodland Girls Volleyball team defeated Torrington on Friday, October 1st by a score of 3-0. Woodland won all three matches by scores of 25-18, 25-7, and 25-11, respectively. In the game against Torrington, Senior Captain Jess Patrizi recorded 3 kills, 24 assists, 5 aces, and 8 service points. Senior Heather Framski also had a
For the first meet of the season, the Hawks defeated Seymour (90.5-59.5), Derby (110-40) and Sacred Heart (132-18). Events that the Black and Gold captured: 4×800: (Cranney, Dietz, Baz, Murphy) 9:07 4×100: (Williams, Park, Savvidou, Fowler) 43.8 110H: Fowler 15.4 100: Savvidou 10.8 1600: Murphy 4:45 400: Savvidou 52.2 300IH: Fowler 41.1 800: Murphy 2:16 200:
For the first time in Woodland history, the Boys Indoor Track team came home with the first place trophy. The Girls Indoor Track team also arrived home with a victorious second place trophy. Both teams were able to to pull through and place during the grueling 6 hour meet. “When you get a lot of people who believe in