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  • Softball Team Beats Barlow, Falls To Pomperaug In Doubleheader

    Newtown High School’s softball team took advantage of ten walks to make the most of only four hits in defeating host Joel Barlow of Redding 8-3 on April 23. The Nighthawks then dropped both ends of a double header against Pomperaug of Southbury at Treadwell Park on April 28. Newtown carried a 4-5 overall record into the middle of the week.

  • Golf Team Keeps Winning, Pomperaug Match Rescheduled

    Newtown High School’s boys’ golf team continued its unbeaten season with wins over host Notre Dame-Fairfield on April 24 and visiting New Milford on April 28. The Nighthawks improved to 8-0 overall.

    Against Notre Dame, at Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course, Newtown shot a 154 to the Lancers shot a 177. Vivek Tedla and Graham Hubbert both shot a 38, Brian LeBlanc and Colin Patrick each shot a 39, and Josh Houle shot a 41.

  • Hawk Sluggers Playing Well, Win Four Of Five

    Third baseman Charlie Huegi fields the ball during Newtown's doubleheader with Pomperaug at Fairfield Hills on April 28. The Hawks and Panthers split the twin bill, giving Newtown a record of 4-1 in its last five games.

  • Atkinson Golf Tourney June 9

    The Fourth Annual Glen R. Benny Atkinson Memorial Golf Tournament will be held Monday, June 9 at The Golf Club at Oxford Greens in Oxford.

    Last year’s event drew more than 100 golfers and many more Newtown community members joined in the post tournament dinner, raffle, and silent auction.

  • St Rose Golf Classic

    St Rose of Lima School will hold its 14th Annual Golf Classic at Richter Park in Danbury, on Wednesday, May 28, beginning at noon.

    The Golf Classic is open to all area golfers interested in playing a round of golf, as well as local businesses that would like to support this school fundraiser by sponsoring the event. St Rose of Lima School enrolls more than 400 students and provides religious programs and services throughout the year.

  • NHS Tennis Teams Earn Victories

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ tennis teams both picked up victories this past week, with the squads defeating Bethel and Brookfield, and falling to Weston.

    Maureen Maher, coach of the girls, has been pleased with her new-look team this spring. The two-time South-West Conference champions lost eight players between graduation, moves out of town, and players not returning, but that hasn’t prevented success. The Nighthawks won five of their first seven matches before a hard-fought 4-3 setback to Weston on April 28.

  • Girls’ Lacrosse Team Rebounds From First Loss

    Locked up in a tight battle at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 17, Newtown High School’s girls’ lacrosse team pulled away in the second half for a 15-9 triumph over Weston.

    Newtown led just 8-7 after Weston logged two of the first three second-half goals before the Nighthawks went on a 7-2 run in the final 20 minutes of action.

  • Nighthawk Tennis Teams Earn Wins

    Julia Frattaroli and the Nighthawks won three of their first five matches as they entered into the final week of April.

  • NHS Baseball Team Slugs Its Way Into Win Column

    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.

  • Track Teams Get Season Going; Girls Win Three And Boys Victorious In Two

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ track and field teams got the spring season underway with meets earlier this week.

    The girls defeated three opponents in their season opener, at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 21. The boys visited Pomperaug of Southbury on April 22 and picked up a pair of wins against three opponents.

    Results are as follows:

    Girls

    Newtown 102, Pomperaug 40; Newtown 77 Oxford 74; Newtown 107 Immaculate 31.