The Hawks put up a good fight against the Wolcott Eagles, falling short of the win 51 to 57.
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,
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
Woodland played for the cure on Tuesday, October 13th. In support of breast cancer awareness the Woodland Girls Soccer team played against Wolcott. The socccer team turned their regular season game into a fundraiser by holding a fifty-fifty raffle. The money collected in the raffle was donated to the Susan G. Leoman Breast Cancer
On October 13th at 3:45 p.m. the Woodland Girls Soccer team will host Wolcott in a Play for the Cure game. A 50/50 raffle will be held and braclets will be for sale. All proceeds will support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Come out and support the Woodland Girls
The Woodland Hawks suffered a difficult home opening loss at the hands of the Wolcott Eagles. Wolcott came up to the hills of Beacon Falls and ran all over the Woodland defense with a group of four running backs in DeVante Bonvillian, Nick Pastore, Gregg Jackson, and Mike Flammia. Also, it helped Wolcott
The Hawks will be facing Wolcott this Friday to open up their home schedule. The game will be a “blackout” in which every fan on the Woodland side will wear their black fan gear. Woodland is coming off of a huge 44-0 victory against the Eagles of Kennedy in which their offense was showing