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  • Newtown High Laxmen Win Three Of Four

    Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team won three of its first four games to begin the season.

    In a rematch of last year’s South-West Conference championship game, the Nighthawks toppled visiting Brookfield 13-6 on April 9. Deegan Beauchemin and Jared Pearson both had hat-tricks, and Conrad Morris and David MacKinnon each scored twice.

    Newtown lost 10-9 in overtime to Fairfield Ludlowe, in another home tilt, two days later. Bubba Condon netted five goals and an assist, Pearson had two goals and two assists, and Beauchemin added two goals and an assist.

  • Hawk Laxmen Get Tested, Are Prepared For Playoffs

    The postseason felt like it started a little early for members of Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team, as they tangled in an inter-conference battle with the FCIAC’s Staples of Westport squad at Blue & Gold Stadium on May 15.

    Despite coming up a goal short, falling 5-4, the team enters into the actual postseason with reason for optimism. Not only did the Nighthawks rebound for a win over fellow South-West Conference team Brookfield on May 20, but they had reason to be confident following that Staples game.

  • Hawk Laxmen Top Bethel, Fall To Glastonbury And Barlow

    Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team walloped South-West Conference rival Bethel 15-5 on Treadwell Park on April 18, then fell 9-6 to nonconference foe Glastonbury at Blue & Gold Stadium two days later. The Nighthawks fell 9-4 to Joel Barlow of Redding on April 24 to drop to 3-5 overall.

  • Young Nighthawk Laxmen Battle Through Early-Season Growing Pains, Topple Weston

    Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team has certainly had some bright spots in the early stages of the campaign: A season-opening 13-3 triumph over Pomperaug of Southbury, overcoming a four-goal deficit to nearly shock the New Fairfield Rebels, and a victory at Weston lead the list heading into this week.

    The Nighthawks ended a tough stretch of three consecutive setbacks with an 8-2 win over Weston on April 16, as they handed the Trojans their first loss after a 4-0 start, and improved to 2-3 to begin the campaign.