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WATERTOWN - For Mikayla Traver of Watertown, her collegiate experience has, to date, been a fun ride. Let’s explain that; Traver, who graduated from Nonnewaug High School’s Ag Program in 2018, is currently a sophomore at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, RI, where she is pursuing a… Read more

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WATERTOWN - When they face Plainville in their final home game of the season on Sunday, October 20, the Water-Oak 12U Pop Warner football team will be making it a day to remember for a young man with special needs.

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THOMASTON - After an early-October league break, the Thomaston High School cross country teams went back to Berkshire League work on October 8 when they faced Terryville High School and Shepaug Valley in Washington.

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TERRYVILLE - For the fifth time six matches this season, the Thomaston High School girls’ soccer team was involved in a Berkshire League shutout.

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TORRINGTON - The Watertown High School boys cross country team traveled to Torrington High School for an NVL quad meet on October 1 and picked right up from where they left off in September as they were able to pick up wins over hosting Torrington as well as Sacred Heart and Waterbury Career…

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WATERTOWN - While the honor to be bestowed on him is a textbook case of better late than never, the man to be honored is likely to disagree.

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WATERBURY - After a sobering loss to league powerhouse Seymour, the young Watertown High School girls’ swimming and diving team rallied back with a solid effort in a solid 91-68 win over the combined forces of Wilby, Kaynor Tech, and Waterbury Career Academy at Wilby High School on October 4.

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WATERTOWN - On a crisp, breezy 56-degree afternoon, the Watyertown High School boys’ soccer team showed that they weren’t going to let their first loss of the season linger on, as they defeated Torrington High School in a key Iron Division game, 2-0 at the Mills Complex on October 4.

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THOMASTON - Having rebounded from their first loss of the season with a win over Housatonic to close out September, there was good reason to believe that Thoamston High School would be able to handle a Wamogo team still in search of it’s first win of the season when the sides met on October …

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WATERTOWN - After a 1-1 draw against Holy Cross in a matchup of the lone undefeated NVL girls’ soccer teams on Pink Night at the Mills Complex, the Watertown High School girls’ soccer team returned to it’s winning ways with a 4-0 victory over Iron Division rival Torrington High School on Oct…

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Tim Heroux of the Watertown High School boys‘ cross country team leads a pack of competitors during the recent Ocean State Invitational Meet in Rhode Island.

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Protecting a teammate on base, Thomaston’s Aidan Kelly swings at an attempted pitchout during Little League Junior baseball game at Municipal Stadium against the Overlook Black Sox. 

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MECHANICSBURG, PA. – Fresh off their win on the opening night of the Williams Grove National Open, David Gravel of Watertown and the Jason Johnson Racing #41 team were back at it at the famous half-mile oval with a bridge on the back straightaway on October 5. 

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WATERTOWN/OAKVILLE - The Water-Oak Circle of Sports will be holding meetings throughout the month, organization president Bruce Cianciolo announced.

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THOMASTON - The Thomaston Little League Juniors/Roost Power Sports team made it’s fall baseball debut against the Overlook Black Sox at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury on September 29. “It was a great day to play baseball and a great atmosphere,” said team coach Richard Kelly, who is joined b…

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WATERTOWN - Not a bad opening act. With the first month of the 2019 boys soccer season entered into the record books, the look of the defending NVL champions from Watertown High School is decidedly a pretty good one. Coach Vitto Caligiuri’s Indians finished September with a 6-0-1 record; alo…

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WATERTOWN - The Thomaston High School girls cross country team closed out a very, very good opening month of the season on September 24 when they hosted The Gilbert School and Litchfield High School at Black Rock State Park. The Lady Bears continued to dominate their league competition, impr…

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SEYMOUR - How completely and utterly dominating, devastating and overwhelming was Watertown High School’s NVL football win over Seymour High School on September 27? It was so humiliating, so complete, so merciless that well before the teams completed their post-game handshake ritual, that th…

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WATERTOWN - After an opening meet loss at Woodland, the Watertown High School girls’ swimming and diving team welcomed getting back to their home waters at the Reinhold Pool to face St. Paul Catholic High School on September 27.

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FALLS VILLAGE - After scoring 10 goals in their first two games, both victories, the offense of the Thomaston High School girls’ soccer team managed but one tally in their next two games, both losses.

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WATERBURY - The Watertown High School boys cross country team picked up a pair of wins over Kennedy and Wolcott before coming up short against Naugatuck to improve to 6-3 on the season. 

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WATERTOWN - With their final scheduled game of the month postponed, the first month of the field hockey season ended with coach Audrey Brown’s Watertown High School team sitting with an overall record of 2-4-0-0.

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BURLINGTON - In the first meeting between the teams as non-league opponents, Thomaston High School lost to Lewis Mills High School, 1-0 in a field hockey matchup between former Berkshire League rivals on September 27.

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The Chase Collegiate School Boys cross country team raced to victory at the Marianapolis Invitational in Thompson, on September 25.

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The U9 WAYS Boys travel team is off to a 2-0-1 start to the fall season under the guidance of Coach Marc Nizzardo. Front row, left to right: Martin Pascale, Jack Keene, Alex Kambo, Ezan Jonuzi, Jack Madden, Ty Olsen. Back row, left to right: Owen Werner, Matthew Sanford, Dante Guerrera, Anth…

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Senior captain Jazzmin Perez sets up a play for the Watertown High School volleyball team during NVL game at the Cook Gym. Indians were 2-5 during September, but are set to play four of their next five games at home.

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Nick Mancini of Swift Middle School engages in one of the many one-on-one duels throughout a soccer match. While Mancini did emerge as the winner of this tussle, the Eagles lost the war as they fell to Long River Middle School. 

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown Police Department will be hosting it’s annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, October 4 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course, 834 Northfield Road. For additional information, contact WPD Sgt. Christopher Paquin at 860-945-5200 (cpaquin@watertownctpd.org) of Officer Chr…

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WATERTOWN/OAKVILLE - The Water-Oak Circle of Sports will be holding meetings throughout the next month, club president Bruce Cianciolo announced.

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LITCHFIELD -  Four Litchfield Track Club runners from the Johnston family of Northfield took part in the 11th Annual Crothers 5k at Stanley Park in New Britain on September 29.

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Future Stars Basketball clinic which will be focused on teaching boys and girls in grades K-8 to be well rounded, team-oriented players.

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WASHINGTON - With seven days to enjoy and reflect upon their opening match win over Gilbert School, the Thomaston High School girls’ soccer team did not rest on its’ laurels when they traveled to Shepaug for a Berkshire League match on September 20. While not producing the offensive barrage …

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BEACON FALLS - With so many key performers and leaders from last year’s Watertown High School girls’ swimming and diving team having graduated, longtime coach Garry Smith was well aware that the early stages of the 2019 season were going to be spend re-adjusting while fitting new pieces together.

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WATERTOWN - After their first loss of the season in a non-league game, the Watertown High School girls’ soccer team returned to NVL play, and than meant a return to the win column as the defending league champion Indians defeated Iron Division rival St. Paul Catholic High School, 4-1 at the …

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WATERBURY - Patience paid off for the Watertown High School volleyball team, which has refused to let a slow start crush it’s collective spirit.