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WATERTOWN - Building some momentum for their first of two meetings with Iron Division co-leading St. Paul Catholic High School on January 18 was going to be a key for the Watertown High School girls when they faced another Division rival in Wolcott High School on January 15 at the Cook Gym. For the second straight time after a loss to Seymour, coach Jason Hurdle’s crew showed they were ready for the Falcons, using bursts in the second and fourth quarters to take down the Eagles, 61-51 to improve to 6-3 with their third victory in four games. Read more

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The Watertown High School cheerleaders have been cheering courtside at the basketball games, raising spirit and pumping up the crowd. When they’re not on the court they are working hard in the gym practicing their competition routine. They will be taking the mat for their first in person com…

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For Jack Mulhall of Watertown-Pomperaug, seen here about to stick-check an opposing player, and his teammates, 2022 is off to a frustrating start, as the locals fell to 0-4-0 in January with losses to SCC-SWC Division II rivals Lyman Hall (4-2 on January 15) and North Haven (5-3 on January 1…

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NEW HAVEN -  The Watertown High School boys and girls indoor track and field teams traveled to Southern Connecticut State University to compete in the Wilton Wright Invitational and came away with some great performances to start off the new year. “Helping to lead the way for the girls was A…

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WATERTOWN - Head-to-head competition in the same pool, the way swimming and diving were meant to be, finally retutned to the Smith Natatorium on January 4 when Watertown High School and Nonnewaug Regional High School of Woodbury squared off in a non-league meet.

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WATERTOWN -  In what will be remembered as a tragic week for the game of hockey in Connecticut, teams from all over the state laced up their skates, made sure their protective gear was all in order, took the ice, then paused for a moment.

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WATERBURY - After a heart-breaking loss to Naugatuck in their previous game, the Watertown High School girls’ basketball team quickly put the disappointment in their rear-view mirror as they got back to their winning ways against Kennedy High School, outlasting the feisty Eagles, 44-40 on Ja…

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DERBY - In a match between two NVL boys basketball teams in search of their first win of the season, Derby High School managed to outlast Watertown High School, 50-47 on January 6.

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WATERTOWN — Due to the recent outbreak of the highly- tramsmissible Omicron Variant, spectators as well as competitors at all Watertown High School sporting events wil be required to wear face masls while attending games this winter at the Cook Gymnasium, Reinhold Pool at the Smith Natatoriu…

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NEW HAVEN -  The holiday break was hardly that for the Watertown High School indoor track an field team, which competed in a few meets over the break and showed continual improvement, according to coach Brian LaFontaine. “It was worth getting at it over the holidays, as the team came away wi…

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WATERTOWN - As she begins her fourth season as the head coach of the boys swimming and diving coach at Watertown HighSchool, Bryanna Murphy is expecting that, as it goes along, some people are going to be in for a surprise.

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown-Pomperaug co-op ice hockey team closed out the 2021 portion of their schedule with a holiday week game at Cheshire on December 28, one day earlier than planned, as their scheduled game against Westhill-Stamford on December 29 at the Mays Rink was postponed.

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WATERTOWN - One of the few teams locally to escape any COVID-related postponements, the Watertown High School boys’ basketball team completed the 2021 portion of their schedule against Torrington High School at the Cook Gym on December 30.

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WATERTOWN - Since their 66-26 win at Waterbury Career Academy on December 21, the Watertown High School girls’ basketball season has come to a grinding halt, through no fault of their own, but such are the times we are living in.

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WATERTOWN — Due to the recent outbreak of the highly- transmissible Omicron Variant, spectators as well as competitors at all Watertown High School sporting events will be required to wear face masks while attending games this winter at the Cook Gymnasium, Reinhold Pool at the Smith Natatori…

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WATERTOWN - As good as the Watertown-Pomperaug hockey team looked in shutout wins over Daniel Hall and Newtown/New Fairfield in the previous two games, that’s how bad and out-of-sync they looked in an 8-1 stinker loss to Sheehan on December 22 at the Mays Rink. “I can’t really add anything t…

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WATERTOWN - A free “Learn to Play Lacrosse” clinic for girls, open to new and beginning players will be held on Saturdays, January 8 and 15 at the Judson School, 124 Hamilton Lane.

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CHESHIRE - The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) has announced that it will have a new home for the  Boys Ice Hockey Championship gasmes in March of 2022.

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HARTFORD — Spectators as well as competitors at all Watertown High School sporting events will be required to don face masks while attending games this winter.

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WATERBURY - Using their decisive rebounding advantage on both the offensive and defensive boards, Crosby High School, after letting Watertown High School hang around for awhile, finally got their engines firing on all cylinders in the second and third quarters of their NVL boys’ basketball s…

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown High School cheerleaders wrapped up their fall season strong leading the crowd on the sidelines at the football games, entertaining the fans with their halftime performances, and raising spirit and support for various charity organizations. 

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If they hadn’t been already,, then  Hal Steinbrenner, Brian Cashman and the Yankees were served notice that Steve Cohen and the Mets are coming for them and baseball dominance in New York and the tri-state area.

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WATERTOWN - A free “Learn to Play Lacrosse” clinic for girls, open to new and beginning players will be held on Saturdays, January 8 and 15 at the Judson School, 124 Hamilton Lane.

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WATERTOWN - The anticipation of the 2021-2022 Watertown-Pomperaug co-op has  been palpable, according to head coach Vic Vicenzi III.

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WATERTOWN - After not playing a full season since 2018-2019, J. Paul Vance is hoping that he and his Watertown High School boys’ basketball program can get back on track after a two-win season in the abbreviated 12-game season last year. 

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Watertown High School seniors Alex Daponte and John Kozar were among the players honored by head football coach Shawn Stanco at the team’s season-ending awards dinner on December 12 at the Grand Oak Villa in Oakville. (Dreher photos)

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WATERTOWN - A free “Learn to Play Lacrosse” clinic for girls, open to new and beginning players will be held on Saturdays, January 8 and 15 at the Judson School, 124 Hamilton Lane.

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Among the honored players at the recent All-State Banquet was Watertown High School field hockey player Kami LaBella, here with head coach Audrey Brown and left and assistant coach Danielle Ervin. The award capped a standout comeback season for LaBella, who missed the 2020 season due to injury.

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Tyler Demirs receives his season-ending awards from Watertown High School football coaches Keith Borkowski, Bob Rose and Shawn Stanco at the season-ending dinner on December 12. (Dreher photo)

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Capping a solid season for the Watertown High School girls’ soccer program was the naming of junior Daniella Perugini, at left and senior Madison Mancini to the 2021 All-NVL team.

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Watertown High School head football coach Shawn Stanco presented the Most Valuable Player awards for the annual Thanksgiving Day game against Torrington to Matt Doolan (at left, defense) and John Kozar (at right, offense) on December 12. (Dreher photo)