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WATERTOWN - In danger of falling under the .500 mark for the first time this season, the Watertown High School boys’ basketball team decided enough was enough. At one time sporting a shiny 8-4 record, the locals had seen their won-lost slip to 8-8, which is where things stood as they took th…

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OXFORD - In what was, without a doubt, their most courageous and inspirational effort of the season, the Watertown High School Indians, seemingly headed towards a loss at Oxford High School, dug deep in the fourth quarter and were rewarded for their efforts with a 69-62 NVL girls’ basketball…

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WATERTOWN - With the NVL’s regular season at and end, the Watertown High School boys’ swimming and diving team is readying for the next step.

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As Watertown High School girls’ soccer coach Melissa Ciarlo looks on approvingly, Indians’ senior Morgan Dodge signs her Letter of Intent to play for the University of Bridgeport beginning in the fall off 2020. 

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And several more to go for Watertown’s Jordan Arnold (center in orange) as he glides over the first hurdle in the 55 meter sprint. Arnold was one the WHS qualifiers to compete in the CIAC’s Class ‘M’ indoor track and field championship meet at the Floyd Little Center in New Haven on February…

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For Xavier Powell and Mike Rinaldi of the Watertown High School wrestling team, February 15 promised to be a long day of competition at the Berkshire League/Naugatuck Valley League Championship tournament at Thomaston High School.

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WATERTOWN/OAKVILLE - Water-Oak Circle of Sports Organization president Bruce Cianciolo announced award winners for the 43rd Annual Scholarship and Awards Banquet, which will take place Sunday, April 5, at the La Bella Vista, located at the Pontelandolfo Community Club, 380 Farmwood Road in W…

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OAKVILLE - The Watertown Rapids softball program will be holding a pasta dinner fundraiser on Sunday, March 15 at the Oakville VFW Hall, located at 85 Davis Street in Oakville, from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Now in her senior season at Mercy College (Dobbs Ferry, NY), Abigail Collier of Watertown is one of the leaders of the Mustangs’ womens’ basketball team. Collier is making the most of it, as she was named to the East Coast Conference (ECC) Women’s Basketball Honor Roll for Week 11. Collier p…

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Emma Gallagher of Watertown High School will be among the many WHS participants when the best indoor track and field athletes in Connecticut gather for the CIAC’s Class ‘M’ Championship Meet on Saturday, February 15 at the Floyd Little Center in New Haven. Gallagher qualified in both the 100…

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SHELTON - In a non-league hockey game, the Cadets of St. Joseph High School outscored the Watertown-Pomperaug Co-op, 7-4, at the Shelton Rinks on February 8.

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WATERTOWN - Despite being out-numbered by teams this season, say this much for the 2019-2020 Watertown High School girls’ basketball team: they come out to play, and play hard from the outset.

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WATERTOWN/OAKVILLE - Water-Oak Circle of Sports Organization president Bruce Cianciolo announced award winners for the 43rd Annual Scholarship and Awards Banquet, which will take place Sunday, April 5, at the La Bella Vista, located at the Pontelandolfo Community Club, 380 Farmwood Road in W…

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OXFORD - A bid for a solid road victory eluded the Watertown High School boys’ swimming and diving team when a late flurry of first-place finishes by Oxford High School gave the Wolverines a 93-78 NVL victory on February 7.

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Justin Guerrera of Watertown is coming off a solid freshman baseball campaign at Fairfield University. Guerrera, a two-time All-State and All-NVL player at Watertown High School made the 2019 MAAC All-Rookie Team and was an MAAC Rookie of the Week selection. An Infielder, Guerrera, registere…

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Chase Collegiate School captains Conrad Coyanda-Parkzes of Watertown and Jaiden Paniagua of Naugatuck were recently named All- State Players of the Year for the 2019 soccer season. Conrad and Jaiden led the Highlanders to a 12-5 season record and brought the HVAL Championship Trophy to Chase…

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The Watertown High School cheerleaders competed at Windsor High School on February 8, finishing second in the 11-team field. The Indians will be hosting the annual Watertown Cheerfest competition on Saturday, February 15, with the event getting underway at 11 a.m. 

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It’s been cold, gloomy and generally miserable in New England lately, but fare not, for good news is on the way, as college and major league baseball teams head South to begin the 2020 season. Among the teams about to take the field far from the campus in Queens, NY are the Red Storm of St. …

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WATERTOWN - In Watertown Recreation Department youth travel basketball, the fifth and sixth grade girls’ travel team defeated Thomaston, 32-8.

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COLCHESTER, VT. - The Saint Michael’s College women’s swimming and diving team concluded the season by breaking school records across the four-day Northeast-10 Conference Championship in the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Sports & Recreation Center.

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WATERTOWN - After a difficult January, the Watertown-Pomperaug co-op ice hockey team hoped that a change on the calendar would change their luck when they faced non-league opponent Suffield/Granby/Windsor Locks at the Mays Rink in Watertown on February 1.

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WATERTOWN - In the midst of the happiness upon seeing their boys’ basketball team wrap up a CIAC tournament berth, Watertown High School  fans at the Cook Gym were hopeful that the girls’ would follow up a sweep of the varsity doubleheader against NVL Iron Division rival Wolcott High School …

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WATERTOWN - Putting together their best overall effort of the season, the Watertown High School boys’ swimming and diving team defeated Torrington High School, 93-81 at the Smith Natatorium’s Reinhold Pool on January 31. 

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The Swift Middle School Eagles won the 54th Annual Swift Invitational Basketball Tournament beating St. John the Evangelist (64-27) in the semi finals and Seymour (58-49) in the final on the weekend of January 25-26 at Watertown High School.

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The Thomaston Middle School Lady Golden Bears won the 54th Annual Swift Invitational Basketball Tournament beating Northwestern (42-24) in the semi finals and Swift (36-11) in the final on the weekend  of January 25-26 at Watertown High School.

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Ryan Mannetti, 9, of Oakville was selected as the Cheezic Tang Soo Do Federation Junior Student of the Year at the Aquaturf on January 26. Ryan studies Cheezic Tang Soo Do with Master Welton at Watertown Recreation.