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  • Athletes Give It Their All In Rooster Run

    Kevin Hoyt, left, and Luke McCambley, had a one-two finish in the Rooster Run at Fairfield Hills on June 14.

  • Football Players Spring Into Game Action With Annual Scrimmage

    Muggy conditions and a sparse crowd at Blue & Gold Stadium on June 13 were indicators that football season is still a long way off. But the annual Blue & Gold Game, an intrasquad Newtown High School football scrimmage, served as a reminder that the fall kickoff will be here soon enough.

  • Doubles Team Reached Semifinals

    Newtown High School tennis players Julia Frattaroli and Aimee Alexander got all the way to the semifinals of the State Open individual tournament before finally being eliminated this week. The top seed in the doubles bracket, Frattaroli and Alexander, won first, second, third, and quarterfinal-round matches before falling to Wilton’s Kaitlyn Zheng and Taylor Ingerman, the fourth seed, 4-6, 7-5, 1-6 on June 10.

  • June 16 Friel Golf Scramble Will Benefit Scholarship Association; Few Openings Remain For Players

    The 22nd Annual Jack Friel Golf Scramble to benefit Newtown Scholarship Association (NSA) will be drawing the association’s supporters to the links on Monday, June 16.

    Registration will open at 11 am, lunch will be served at 11:30, and a shotgun golf start will be at 12:30.

  • NHS Golf Team Fourth In State

    Newtown High School’s boys’ golf team finished tied with Southington for fourth place in the Division I state championship match, held at Watertown’s Crestbrook Park on June 9. The Nighthawks and Southington both shot a 316. Glastonbury won the match with a 303, Greenwich was second with a 307, and Ridgefield placed third with a 310.

  • Girls' Track Team Fourth In State Open Meet

    Newtown High School's girls' track and field team placed eighth at the State Open at Middletown High School on June 9. The Hawks scored 19 points. Darien, with 45.75, took top honors.

    Jenna Calandro earned second in the pole vault event with a vault of 11-06. Darien’s Madeleine Schneider won the competition with an effort of 12 feet. Amy Anyoha took third in the discus event with a throw of 115-03, and Micaela Nowacki was fourth with a throw of 114-00. Hailey Conrad, the only freshman competing in the 400, placed tenth in a time of 1:00.

  • June 14 5K, Kids Fun Run In Killingly To Benefit Sandy Hook Promise

    KILLINGLY — The public is invited to join students of EastConn’s Quinebaug Middle College (QMC) magnet high school on Saturday, June 14, when they host a 5K run and quarter-mile Kids Fun Run.

    The event, called “Run to Remember: Sandy Hook Hi 5K,” will benefit Sandy Hook Promise. It will be presented at Owen Bell Park, 580 Hartford Pike in the Dayville section of Killingly.

  • Rooster Run Is Saturday, June 14

    The 40th annual Newtown Parks and Recreation Rooster Run 5K will start at 8 am on Saturday, June 14. The race begins and ends at the Newtown Municipal Center building in the Fairfield Hills Campus.  All proceeds benefit the Newtown Scholarship Association.

    Cost is $30 for adults and $20 for students under 17, and there is a preregistration discount of $5 if participants register before noon on Friday, June 13. Visit newtown-ct.gov to sign up.

  • Blue & Gold Football Game Friday, June 13

    The Annual Blue & Gold Game, an intrasquad Newtown High School football scrimmage, will take place at Blue & Gold Stadium at 6 pm on Friday, June 13. Fans have a chance to catch a glimpse of next year’s Nighthawks. Admission is free.

  • Hoyt Leads Participants Through Mad Dash Obstacle Course

    Kevin Hoyt makes his way through the Mad Dash Adventure Race at Fairfield Hills on June 7. Hoyt led the way in a time of 33:46.