Newtown High School’s baseball team, in its sixth game of the spring, picked up its first win — toppling host Oxford 15-9 on April 21.
The teams combined for 30 hits (15 apiece) and eight errors in a wild contest that featured eight opening-inning runs.
Newtown carried a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the first, but trailed 5-3 heading into the second inning. Oxford led 7-4 going to the fourth, but Newtown put up six runs to turn a three-run deficit into a three-run advantage, and never looked back.
The following activities will take place at NYA Sports & Fitness. Registration is required for each and may be done online at nyasportsfitness.com.
Speed & Agility for boys and girls, Mondays and Wednesdays, April 21-May 15; middle and high school, 3 to 4 pm; third-sixth grade, 4 to 5 pm. Class on technique for neurological adaptation; repetitive drills and exercises used to improve run technique, speed and agility for growing athletes; $75 per student.
Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) announced early in April that it expects to stock almost 390,000 trout in waters across the state in time for April 19 Opening Day of the trout fishing season — despite challenges posed by extended winter conditions this year.
Even a ninth straight South-West Conference championship didn’t fully heal the wound New Fairfield left the Newtown High School girls’ lacrosse team with last spring. The Rebels, during the 2013 regular season, ended Newtown’s six-plus season winning streak against conference opponents.
The Nighthawks avenged that setback with a come-from-behind 11-8 win over the Rebels at rainy Blue & Gold Stadium on April 11.