Watertown

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The Sacred Heart cheerleaders took top honors in the co-ed division while Watertown won the all-girl division at the NVL's annual competition. (photo from derekward.com)

A Winning Cheer

The Sacred Heart cheerleaders took top honors in the co-ed division while Watertown won the all-girl division at the NVL's annual competition. (photo from derekward.com)

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Driving Force

Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Naugatuck downed Torrington 4-1 to win the NVL boys soccer title, while Watertown outlasted Naugatuck on penalties to claim the girls' league crown.

Championship Celebration

Naugatuck downed Torrington 4-1 to win the NVL boys soccer title, while Watertown outlasted Naugatuck on penalties to claim the girls' league crown.

The Woodland girls and Watertown boys ran to wins to finish undefeated in regular-season cross country meets ahead of the NVL Championships -- to be held on Oct. 16.

Off To The Races

The Woodland girls and Watertown boys ran to wins to finish undefeated in regular-season cross country meets ahead of the NVL Championships -- to be held on Oct. 16.

Lilyann Cotas and the Watertown girls survived a tough week by drawing with Woodland and topping Naugatuck in OT to retain the top spot in the NVL soccer standings.

Maintaining Control

Lilyann Cotas and the Watertown girls survived a tough week by drawing with Woodland and topping Naugatuck in OT to retain the top spot in the NVL soccer standings.

The Sacred Heart cheerleaders took top honors in the co-ed division while Watertown won the all-girl division at the NVL's annual competition. (photo from derekward.com)

A Winning Cheer

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The CIAC has released school schedules for all spring sports, with the first day of practices set for March 24 and opening day for the regular season slated for April 9.

Spring Forward

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Kiera O'Donnell sparked Holy Cross to an undefeated December record as the Crusaders were among a number of talented league squads claiming key early-season victories.

Driving Force

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Naugatuck downed Torrington 4-1 to win the NVL boys soccer title, while Watertown outlasted Naugatuck on penalties to claim the girls' league crown.

Championship Celebration

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The Woodland girls and Watertown boys ran to wins to finish undefeated in regular-season cross country meets ahead of the NVL Championships -- to be held on Oct. 16.

Off To The Races

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Lilyann Cotas and the Watertown girls survived a tough week by drawing with Woodland and topping Naugatuck in OT to retain the top spot in the NVL soccer standings.

Maintaining Control

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School Description/Info

Watertown High is a public school, serving students in grades 9 through 12, located on 324 French Street in Watertown, Conn. Bridget Heston-Carnemolla is school principal, while Roberto Medic serves as Watertown’s athletic director.

As explained on the school’s web site, Watertown High is “committed to fostering the skills, attitudes, and habits essential for life-long learners in a technological, multicultural, and global society. Students are encouraged, challenged, and expected to achieve their highest potential in order to become responsible citizens and productive members of society.”

Athletics Programs

Watertown High offers students the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports. Seasonal schedules for the Indians’ teams below (linked to the CIAC site) reflect games for all levels of each individual sport, including any varsity, JV and freshman contests.
 

Football

Head Coach: Mike Veronneau

2013
Schedule/Results

Boys’Soccer

Head Coach: Vittorio Caliguiri

2013
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Soccer

Head Coach: Lisa Mariano

2013
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Cross Country

Head Coach: Kris Kuegler

2013
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Cross Country

Head Coach: Kris Kuegler

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Swimming

Head Coach: Gary Smith

2013 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Volleyball

Head Coach: Allison Demarest

2013
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Field Hockey

Head Coach: Denise Brown

2013 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Basketball

Head Coach: Ed Sakl

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Basketball

Head Coach: Edward Lopes

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Swimming

Head Coach: Mike Magas

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Indoor Track

Head Coach: Jack Hoey

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Indoor Track

Head Coach:

2013-14 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Hockey

Head Coach: Victor Vincenzi

2013-14
Schedule/Results


Baseball

Head Coach: Jerry Valentino

2014
Schedule/Results

Softball

Head Coach: Keith Borkowski

2014
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Golf

Head Coach: Rick Valletta

2014
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Tennis

Head Coach: Eric Miller

2014
Schedule/Results

Girls’ Tennis

Head Coach: Timothy Malootian

2014
Schedule/Results

Boys’ Track

Head Coach:

2014 Schedule/Results

Girls’ Track

Head Coach:

2014 Schedule/Results

Boys’ Lacrosse

Head Coach: Brian Major

2014
Schedule/Results


 
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