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  • One Win From Finals Appearance – Hockey Team Wins Again

    Newtown High School’s hockey team skated to a 4-1 victory over Hall-Southington in the Division III state tournament quarterfinals at Northford Ice Pavilion on March 13.

    The second-seeded Nighthawks advance to the semifinals, scheduled to be played at Yale University’s Ingalls Rink on Tuesday, March 18. Newtown will face the winner of No. 3 Sheehan of Wallingford and No. 11 Tri-Town of Enfield at either 5:30 or 7:30 pm (check back for details or visit casciac.org for complete tournament information).

  • High School Gymnasts Compete In State Open

    Newtown High School’s gymnastics team members, Elisha Wilson, Kaitlyn Tumney, and Anna Jannott, competed among the best in Connecticut at the State Open at New Milford High School on March 8.

    Wilson scored an 8.8 on the balance beam for a tenth-place finish, and also had an 8.0 on the uneven bars, and an 8.75 for her floor routine. “She was solid throughout her beam routine and showed off her smile on floor,” Newtown Head Coach Keirsten Raccio said.

  • Boys’ Basketball Team Beaten By Kennedy

    Dylan Palumbo puts up a shot during Newtown's loss to Kennedy of Waterbury in the first round of the Class LL state tournament on March 11.

  • Skaters Begin State Playoffs Today; Boys’ Cagers Start Tomorrow

    Newtown High School’s hockey team, coming off a runner-up finish in the conference championship tilt, will go after the Division III state title, beginning with a first-round game on Monday, March 10. The Nighthawks, seeded second in the bracket, will face a familiar foe, No. 15 Joel Barlow of Redding, at Danbury Ice Arena. The puck is scheduled to drop at 5:30 pm. Newtown defeated conference rival Barlow twice during the regular season.

  • Hawks Skate Past Barlow, Into Second Round Of States

    Dominic Cartelli (No. 28) makes his way toward the goal as Barlow players defend during Newtown's 5-1 win the Division III state tournament opener at Danbury Ice Arena on March 10. Cartelli had a goal in the triumph.

  • Nighthawk Swimmers Edge Weston For Third In Conference

    Caelan Ritter swims during the 200 yard individual medley event at the South-West Conference championships on March 7. Ritter came in 24th in the event in a time of 2:30.24. Ritter scored five points for his team by placing 14th in the 100 breaststroke race.

  • OT Heartbreak … Hawks Fall In SWC Title Game

    Newtown's Scott McLean skates toward the net during Newtown's clash with New Fairfield-Immaculate in the conference championship game at West Haven's Bennett Rink on March 7. Newtown fell 2-1 in overtime.

  • SWC Hockey Title Game Time Changed

    Newtown High School’s hockey team, the top seed in the Southern Connecticut/ South-West Conference Division III tournament, will challenge No. 2 New Fairfield Immaculate of Danbury for the trophy on Friday, March 7. The game time, originally 6 pm, as reported in the March 7 print edition of The Bee, was changed by conference officials after deadline. The game is now slated to begin at 8 pm and will take place, as originally planned, at West Haven’s Bennett Rink.

  • Falbo Captures State Open Title; Leuci Fourth

    He may “only” be a freshman, but Newtown High School wrestler Anthony Falbo already has Class LL and State Open weight division championships under his belt. Sure, wrestling is perhaps the one and only physical athletic competition that offers a consistently equal playing field for head-to-head competitors because of the weight classes, but Falbo’s achievement is particularly impressive — as if a State Open crown isn’t enough for any athlete — because of where he falls in the lineup.

  • Gymnasts Perform In Class L Championships

    Newtown High School’s gymnastics team competed in the Class L state championships at Pomperaug High School in Southbury on March 1. The Nighthawks, with 128.875 points, placed sixth among eight schools. Southington, with 138.375 points, won the championship.