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  • NHS Soccer Teams Will Honor 2004 Champs During Saturday Doubleheader

    On Saturday, September 27, Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ soccer teams will host Weston at Blue & Gold Stadium — the girls at 5 pm and the boys at 7 pm. The Newtown program will celebrate the ten-year anniversary of the school’s 2004 state champions at halftime of the boys’ game.

    Members of the 2004 girls’ and boys’ state title-winning squads have been invited to return to Newtown High to be recognized, and fans are encouraged to attend.

  • Field Hockey Team Strives To Build Momentum Following Trio Of Wins

    Newtown High School’s field hockey team is in the midst of a three-game winning streak. The Nighthawks, after beating Brookfield on September 16, won their second straight game on September 18, holding off visiting Immaculate of Danbury for a 2-1 victory at Treadwell Park. The Hawks traveled to Watertown for a nonconference battle on September 23, and made it three in a row with a 1-0 blanking of the hosts. Newtown improved to 4-2 overall.

  • Kopcik And Gervais Win Feature Races At Stafford Motor Speedway

    What has been a summer of competitive races, tough breaks, and close-but-no-cigar finishes is coming to a close and, with one week to go, Steve Kopcik and Mike Gervais recorded their best memories of the campaign at Stafford Motor Speedway.

    Kopcik, of Newtown, won his first SK Light division race, and Gervais, who is sponsored by Newtown’s Gervais Brothers Roofing, captured first place in the SK division — both in their Friday Night Feature Shoot-Out races on September 19.

  • Cross Country Teams Race In Weston

    Newtown High School’s cross country teams visited Weston to take on the host Trojans, as well as New Fairfield, on September 23. The girls’ squad defeated Weston 17-41 and fell to New Fairfield 32-24. The girls’ record is 6-2. The boys had a pair of close outcomes as they defeated New Fairfield 26-31 and lost 29-28 to Weston, and are now 5-3.

  • Girls’ Soccer Team Finds Rhythm, Earns First Two Wins

    The Newtown High School girls’ soccer team followed up its first win of the season with a resounding 5-0 victory over Brookfield High School Bobcats at Blue & Gold Stadium on Saturday night, September 20.

  • Swim Team Edges Defending Champion Weston

    Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team earned a thrilling 97-89 win over visiting Weston, the defending Class S state and South-West Conference champions, on September 19. The victory gave the Nighthawks a 4-0 start to the campaign.

  • Special Teams Play Sparks Easy Win For Nighthawks

    STRATFORD – Winning hasn’t been too much of a special occurrence for Newtown High School’s football team in recent years. The two-time South-West Conference champions, accustomed to being victorious each week, however, got a special win of sorts on September 19.

    Newtown’s special teams athletes played a key role in a 47-0 win at Bunnell High. In fact, six of the team’s seven touchdowns were either scored by special teams players, or set up by Newtown’s kicking team.

  • Cross Country Squads Compete At Pomperaug

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ cross country teams had tough tests in visit to Pomperaug of Southbury to take on the host Panthers, as well as Brookfield and New Milford, on September 16.

    The girls won two races, handling Brookfield 15-50 and edging New Milford 27-32, and fell 32-23 to Pomperaug. The boys, meanwhile, dropped two of three, getting past Brookfield in a tight outcome, 28-30, and falling 41-18 to New Milford and 29-27 in a nail-biter to Pomperaug.

  • Hawk Spikers Get Season Underway

    Newtown High School’s girls’ volleyball team posted a record of 2-2 through its first four matches of the season.

    The new-look Nighthawks, who graduated a bulk of their regulars last year, opened the season with a tough test against Woodstock Academy on September 10, and fell 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 26-24). Kyle Dandrea had six kills and nine digs, and Tonya Tucker had three service aces to go along with nine digs.

  • 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.