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September 25, 2017

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Girls’ Doubles Tennis Team Goes Undefeated

Woodland Girls’ Tennis worked towards a great season as a whole, finishing the regular season with a record of 11-4, but the doubles two team had an even better season. Juniors, Alyssa Varesio and Angelina Padilla, the doubles two team, worked together towards an undefeated season. By each other’s side, they won sixteen straight games,

Girls’ Tennis 4/29/16

    After a six-match win streak, the Girls’ Tennis team struggled with two repeated losses last week. Both losses came down to one match–making it even tougher for the team. Monday, the team worked towards a strong 7-2 win in their match against the Holy Cross Crusaders, but Friday, the team once again fell just

Woodland Boys Tennis Looking for Redemption

Last year the boys tennis struggled with a 1-16 season having to manage with only five players on the team. However the team has brand new faces this year and is looking for redemption. The boys tennis team welcomes five new freshman to help increase their depleted ranks. These rookie players–Joshua Powanda, Jeffery Varesio, Gabriel

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb?

Waking up in the morning and seeing a wintry, snowy landscape creates a whimsical nostalgia that people of all ages can recall. However, once March arrives and spring sports begin, students, faculty, and coaches no longer want nostalgia; they want warmth. Warm spring weather has just started its slow arrival. The Woodland tennis courts are

Magas Moves In

The Woodland Boys’ Tennis team is heading into a new era–the Magas era. For the first time since 2011, Michael Magas, business teacher at Woodland, is wielding his racket to coach  these athletes for a shot at the title. Magas has previously coached the Girls’ Tennis team at Woodland and has also coached at Thomaston

Boys Tennis:: “Expect Nothing. Earn Everything.”

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,

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

Woodland Sports Update

The spring season for Woodland sports is well underway and all teams are having their fair share of success. The softball team is currently 12-3 with their newest win coming from their game against St. Paul. The Hawks took the victory winning 24-7. Senior Lindsay Boland had four hits along with four scored runs. Junior

Girls Tennis

Tennis The Woodland girl’s tennis tryouts will be held from March 21 to March 22 meeting at the tennis courts at 3 p.m.

NVL Boy’s Tennis Tournament

Tensions were running high at Woodland Regional as the NVL Tournament played opened up. For the Boy’s Tennis NVLs, only four singles players and four doubles teams came out of the opening, quarters, and semi’s alive. In the doubles bracket, Wolcott boasted two teams. Numbers one and three, Nick Carangelo and Greg Parenteau, and #2

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