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  • Competitive Girls’ Soccer Team Searches For Consistency

    A couple of ties, followed by a tough-to-swallow loss to begin the season, left Coach Marc Kenney talking to his Newtown High School girls’ soccer team members, perhaps for the longest of the postgame evaluations that will take place this fall. Kenney hopes so, as he seeks consistency and quick development from his new-look squad this campaign.

  • Field Hockey Squad Alternates Losses And Wins, Avenges Defeat To Brookfield

    Newtown High School’s field hockey team earned its first win of the season, a 3-1 victory at Masuk of Monroe on September 10, then avenged its first loss of the campaign with a 2-0 blanking of Brookfield in a rematch, at Blue & Gold Stadium on September 16.

  • Girls’ Swim Team Off To Winning Start, Set For Tough Test Against Weston

    A 3-0 start is pretty nice, especially when you’ve knocked off perennial powerhouse Brookfield in the process.

  • ‘Boots’ Helps Hawks To Another Boot Trophy Win

    NEW MILFORD — First-year starting quarterback Jacob “Boots” Burden showed no signs of jitters in helping the Newtown High School football team to a convincing opening week victory. Burden tossed a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another score in Newtown’s 47-18 win over the host New Milford Green Wave on September 12.

  • Gridders Seek Another SWC Trophy, Striving To Make Bigger Statement

    Members of the back-to-back South-West Conference champion Newtown High School football team have three-peat on their radar, but they’re also hoping for even more playoff success this fall. A state title has been on the minds of the coaches and players, and they believe that with the right work ethic, winning both championships is well within reach.

    “There’s never a year I start the season where I don’t think that,” Coach Steve George said. “I expect to win.”

  • Dance And Cheer Squads Go For More Championships

    Members of the dance team perform last school year. The girls went on to win conference and state championships and are looking to retain those titles.

  • Boys’ Soccer Team Begins Season With Win

    The Newtown High School Boys Soccer team kicked off the regular season at Blue and Gold Stadium on September 10 with a 4-0 win over the Bunnell Bulldogs. The Nighthawks played a strong game on both sides of the ball as standout captains Blake Jarvis and Clay Gattey led the offensive charge all night long. The defense also proved stingy as strong defenders junior Jamie Cochran and senior John Carlson, among others, stopped most of the Bulldog penetration throughout the game.

  • NYA Open House, Free Trial Week

    NYA Sports & Fitness is hosting a free open house for area residents to provide an opportunity for adults to experience the total wellness program offered by the facility. The open house is scheduled for Monday, September 15, through Sunday, September 21.

    The NYA Fitness Center is fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, the area’s most extensive personal training staff, group fitness program, and onsite childcare.

  • Youth Basketball Registration

    Newtown Youth Basketball Association registration is ongoing through October 15 for all leagues.

    Visit NewtownYouthBasketball.com to register and get more information. Registration is limited to a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Girls’ Soccer Team Inexperienced, But Ready To Keep Winning Ways Going

    The loss of seven players to graduation and another two — senior forward Sarah Lynch and senior goalkeeper Alyssa Ruefenacht — to injury, doesn’t prevent Coach Marc Kenny from believing his Newtown High School girls’ soccer team will be back in the mix of teams contending for South-West Conference and state championships this year.

    Make that the team winning conference and state titles.