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  • Boys’ And Girls’ Basketball Teams Split With New Fairfield

    Newtown High School’s boys’ basketball team hasn’t lost consecutive games since the early stages of the season, and made sure that trend continued with a 53-41 win at New Fairfield on February 10. The Nighthawks improved to 12-4 overall and 7-2 in South-West Conference play with four games to play before the start of the postseason.

  • Harlem Wizards Returning For Comedy Game

    The Harlem Wizards are coming back to Newtown for a comedy basketball game on Sunday, February 22. The game will be played at Newtown High School beginning at 3 pm. The Wizards will take on a team of Newtown teachers and school staff as they have done in the past.

  • Snow Pushes Wrestling To Wednesday; NHS Sports Update

    Snow is at it again – this time postponing the Newtown High School wrestling team’s Senior Night clash with New Fairfield. The meet, originally scheduled for Monday, February 9, has been postponed until Wednesday, February 11. Start time of 7 pm remains the same.

    The Nighthawk grapplers are coming off a win over Notre Dame-Fairfield on February 4. They’re gearing up for the South-West Conference championships, set to take place at Stratford’s Bunnell High School on February 14.

  • Back To Back SWC Champs: Cheer Squad Stays On Top

    Newtown High School’s cheerleading squad made it two straight South-West Conference championships, prevailing among 13 rival schools with a score of 184.2 at Weston High on February 7. Second-place Masuk scored 163 points and third-place New Fairfield had 144.

    “The girls performed beautifully. Before we took the mat, we asked each of them to stay calm and do their job. They have worked incredibly hard since August getting stronger and perfecting skills,” Coach Susan Bridges said.

  • Nowacki First, Terry And Relay Squad Second In SWC Track Championships

    NEW HAVEN – The South-West Conference indoor track and field championships took place at the Floyd Little Athletic Center on February 7, bringing together the best runners, throwers, and jumpers from Newtown and rival teams.

  • Blue Blaze Basketball Team Competes, Has Fun

    Newtown Blue Blaze Unified Sports basketball player Jordan Cicchesi dribbles the ball as Bunnell’s Eunice Billares defends during a game at Newtown High School on January 29.

  • Swim Team Hangs Close In Defeat To Defending Champ

    Newtown High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team fell 96-88 to visiting and unbeaten Weston, last year’s Class S state champion, on February 3. The Nighthawks, who earned a 95-82 victory over host New Fairfield in their previous meet, on January 30, stand at 5-2 overall. The Hawks have two meets remaining before the postseason — a February 10 visit to defending Class M winner Brookfield and a February 18 home meet against Joel Barlow of Redding.

  • Dance Team Wins SWC Jazz Title

    Newtown High School’s dance team came into the school year with a motto “New Team, Same Dream” as it embarked on another potential championship season.

    This “new team” experienced part of its dream, successfully defending its South-West Conference championship jazz category title, scoring 272 out of 300 possible points, at New Milford High School on January 31.

  • Torpedoes Continue Fundraising Efforts

    The Newtown Torpedoes youth swim program, sponsored by Newtown Parks & Recreation, held its second annual Swim-A-Thon at Newtown High School on January 31. Dozens of swimmers in three age groups – 8 and unders, 9-10-year-olds, and 11 and overs – combined to complete consecutive laps during the four-hour event at the Newtown High School pool.

  • Boys’ Basketball Team Bounces Back From Streak-Ending Defeat

    After seeing their seven-game winning streak stopped by host Bunnell of Stratford on January 29, Newtown High School’s boys’ basketball team didn’t wait long to begin what they hope is another long stretch of victories. The Nighthawks, one night later, got past host New Milford 60-55 to improve to 9-3 overall (4-1 in South-West Conference play). The Green Wave fell to 7-6 (4-2).