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  • Nighthawk Track Team A Close Second In SWC Meet

    STRATFORD — When you’re talking about 70-something points, a mere half point isn’t much at all. For Newtown High School’s girls’ track and field team, it meant the difference between a runner-up finish and first place. Newtown scored 77 points and was edged by Weston (77.50) for first place in the 15-team South-West Conference championship meet at Bunnell High School on May 29.

  • Girls Race To Unbeaten Finish, Boys Solid As SWC Meet Draws Closer

    Newtown High School’s girls’ track and field team capped off an undefeated regular season (15-0) with a 106-44 win over Bethel, a 116-34 triumph over New Milford, and a 120-30 victory over Masuk of Monroe on Senior Night at Blue & Gold Stadium on May 19.

  • Girls’ Track And Field Team Remains Unbeaten; Boys Continue Winning Ways

    Newtown High School’s girls’ track and field team improved to 12-0 by defeating three opponents at Brookfield High School on May 12, and the boys’ squad went 2-1 on Senior Night at Blue & Gold Stadium on May 13. Both squads also participated in the Spartan Midnight-Sunrise Invitational at Amity High School in Woodbridge May 9-10.

    In their visit to Brookfield, Newtown defeated the host Bobcats 111.5-38.5, defeated Weston 83-67, and topped New Fairfield 112.2-33.5.

  • Track And Field Teams Perform At High Level

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ track and field teams experienced some success in their meets this week as the competitors work toward spots in the South-West Conference and state championship meets.

    The girls visited Bunnell High in Stratford on May 5 and earned three wins, defeating the host Bulldogs 106.5-43.5, Notre Dame-Fairfield 140-10, and Lauralton Hall of Milford 137-13.

  • Track Teams Sweep The Competition

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ track and field teams both earned a trio of victories over opponents in meets this week.

    The girls went to Bunnell High School’s track in Stratford on April 28 and defeated Joel Barlow of Redding 92.5 to 57.5, topped Stratford 137 to 12, and bested Kolbe Cathedral of Bridgeport 137.5 to .5.

    Newtown’s boys team hosted a meet at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 29 and beat Stratford 105 to 45, Kolbe 140 to 10, and Barlow 115 to 34.

  • 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.

  • Indoor Track Squads Shine In SWC Championships

    Emma Lloyd pole vaults to an eighth-place finish behind an eight-foot effort in the SWC championships on February 1.

  • High School Track Teams Earn Wins

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ track and field teams competed in meets at Blue & Gold Stadium this week — the girls on May 14 and the boys the day before. Team scores and Newtown results from the meets are as follows:

     

    Girls

    Newtown 110, Immaculate 39. Newtown 142, Notre Dame 7. Newtown improved to 13-1.

  • Newtown High Track Teams Have Standouts

    Newtown High School’s girls’ track team defeated three opponents in a meet at Blue & Gold Stadium on April 30, and the NHS boys’ squad defeated one opponent and lost to two others in a meet at Pomperaug High School in Southbury on April 29. Both squads had several standout performances. Results are as follows:

     

    Girls

    NHS 103, Pomperaug 47; NHS 108.5, Bunnell of Stratford 41.5; NHS 130, Stratford 16.

  • Nighthawks Compete In Track State Championships

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ indoor track teams competed in the Class LL and State Open championships at the Floyd Little Athletic Center, February 16 and 19, respectively.

    Jake Feinstein had runner-up finishes in the 3200 meter run in both the LL and Open meets. The Newtown girls were 13th in the LL competition with 10 points. Norwich Free Academy won first place with 83.50. On the boys’ side, Newtown was 14th with nine points. Staples of Westport took first with 78.