Chasing teams in the standings in the final two weeks of the regular season, Newtown High School’s boys’ soccer team picked up a pair of crucial wins — defeating visiting Joel Barlow of Redding on October 8 and host Immaculate of Danbury two days later.
Newtown Youth Wrestling Association is holding its second free Introduction to Youth Wrestling clinic at NYA Sports & Fitness, 4 Primrose Street, on Sunday October 12 from 10:30 to 11:45 am — no need to sign up, just show up.
A two-game losing streak was snapped by the Newtown High School field hockey team at Blue & Gold Stadium on October 1. The girls faced off against Masuk of Monroe and came away with a 7-0 win to improve to 5-4 overall. Newtown had beaten Masuk 3-1 earlier in the season, and had a much easier time in the rematch behind the scoring of a variety of players.
Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team, after a 6-0 start, suffered a 101-85 loss at unbeaten Pomperaug of Southbury on October 2. The Nighthawks rebounded with a 92-81 victory over visiting Stratford on October 7.
Newtown Coach Zach Gauvin noted that his team had plenty to be pleased with in the meet with Pomperaug.
After a tough 2-1 loss to visiting Masuk of Monroe at Blue & Gold Stadium on October 6, Newtown High School’s boys’ soccer team members listened to their coach talk about the importance of earning wins in upcoming games.
“If we do not collect points we will not make the SWC tournament,” he told them.
Challenged deep into the game for the first time this campaign, Newtown High School’s football team overcame a tough Joel Barlow of Redding squad to earn a 34-14 win at Blue & Gold Stadium on October 2. Newtown improved to 4-0 and the Falcons fell to 2-2 overall.