BRISTOL - With a divisional title within their grasp, the Watertown High School grabbed the opportunity, taking the NVL’s Iron Division championship with a thrilling 12-11 win at St. Paul Catholic High School on May 1. In winning their fifth consecutive game, coach Keith Borkowski’s Warriors clinched the top spot in the Iron with a 6-2 record; they earned the title by going 3-1 down the stretch, finishing one game ahead of both Torrington and Naugatuck High Schools.

Watertown’s NVL record of 14-4 also earned them the second seed in the league’s post-season tournament, which begins on Saturday, May 20 at WHS Field.

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