CIAC defers decision on spring sports season

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By Kyle Brennan, Citizen’s News They understand, but that doesn’t make it any easier. In a typical year, high school seniors would spend the last week...

All-Decade: Naugatuck football

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This is part of a series announcing the Citizen's News All-Decade sports teams from Woodland and Naugatuck high schools. Awards are chosen by the...

All-Decade: Woodland football

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This is part of a series announcing the Citizen's News All-Decade sports teams from Woodland and Naugatuck high schools. Awards are chosen by the...

Hawks hold heads high after loss in Class S quarterfinals

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WALLINGFORD — Looking up at the scoreboard on Sheehan High’s turf field Wednesday night and seeing the score didn’t feel good. Nobody in black...

Dominant defense leads Hawks over Wildcats

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SEYMOUR — The Woodland-Seymour football rivalry is nearly two decades old, but there had never been a defensive performance like the one the Hawks...

Chargers run past injury-ravaged Greyhounds

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NAUGATUCK — The 120th meeting between Naugatuck and Ansonia on the gridiron was all Chargers. While the Chargers had their way against the Greyhounds in...

Thanksgiving leftovers

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Happy Thanksgiving! This is always my favorite column of the year to write, and it’s that way for a few reasons. First, I only...

Mezzo becomes leader for Greyhounds

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NAUGATUCK — When Jay Mezzo took over as the Greyhounds’ starting quarterback last year as a junior he had his share of help in...

Two-way players know only one way to play

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NAUGATUCK — From a coaching standpoint, the key to success on the football field is finding players that have the skills to put a...

Tight-knit senior class restores Woodland culture

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BEACON FALLS — The winter after Woodland’s 2016 football season, well, wasn’t good. “1-9 wasn't acceptable,” now-Woodland senior lineman Ryan Knobel recalls of that offseason...