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  • Nighthawk Swimmers, Led By Horan’s Backstroke Win, Make Splash In SWC Meet

    Personal best times up and down the Newtown High School boys’ swim team’s lineup not only helped the Nighthawks to a fourth-place finish in the March 6 South-West Conference championships at Masuk High in Monroe, but also gave Coach Zach Gauvin plenty of positive signs and, thus, things to say about his team as the competitors head into the state finals.

  • Hawk Swim Team Prepares For Postseason

    Newtown High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team defeated Joel Barlow of Redding 95-70 on Senior Night, February 18. The team is now gearing up — really tapering and shaving — for the start of the postseason.

    The South-West Conference championships are scheduled to take place after a bit of a layoff, with the diving competition March 4 at New Fairfield High, and the swimming events two days later at Masuk High in Monroe; both portions of the championship will begin at 6 pm.

  • Swim Team Caps Off Regular Season With Win

    Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team concluded the regular season with a 94-81 win over visiting Masuk of Monroe on October 21. Newtown finished the campaign with 9-1 mark as the team gets ready for the South-West Conference championships; the diving competition will take place at Pomperaug High School in Southbury at 5:30 pm on October 29, and the swim events will unfold at Masuk High at 1 pm on November 1.

  • Hawk Swimmers Perform Well In Setback To Pomperaug, Defeat Stratford

    Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team, after a 6-0 start, suffered a 101-85 loss at unbeaten Pomperaug of Southbury on October 2. The Nighthawks rebounded with a 92-81 victory over visiting Stratford on October 7.

    Newtown Coach Zach Gauvin noted that his team had plenty to be pleased with in the meet with Pomperaug.

  • 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.

  • Girls’ Swim Team Off To Winning Start, Set For Tough Test Against Weston

    A 3-0 start is pretty nice, especially when you’ve knocked off perennial powerhouse Brookfield in the process.

  • Nighthawk Swimmers Cap Regular Season With Three Straight Wins

    Newtown High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team concluded the regular campaign with three straight victories to finish the year with a 7-3 mark as it gets ready for the South-West Conference championships.

    The Nighthawks, after defeating New Fairfield 94-86 on February 11, topped Joel Barlow of Redding 92-82 on February 20, then beat the Stratford-Bunnell co-op 93-73 on Senior Night, February 25.

    Results from the win over Stratford-Bunnell are as follows:

  • Huffman Sets 500 Free Record, NHS Swimmers Compete At High Level

    Newtown High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team won its fourth meet in a row with a 91-82 victory over visiting New Milford on January 24. The Nighthawks established a commanding 91-32 lead after winning the 500 yard freestyle event, then exhibitioned the final four events on their way to improving to 4-1 overall.

  • Swim Team Dominates Against Oxford

    Newtown High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team earned a 108-65 win over visiting Oxford on December 30, evening its record to 1-1 as the team gets ready for a January 7 visit from Bethel.

  • Nighthawk Swimmers Place Fifth In South-West Conference Finals

    Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team placed fifth among 13 schools to compete in the South-West Conference championships this past week. The diving competition took place on October 30 and the swim finals were held on November 2 — both at Masuk High School in Monroe.

    Newtown scored 305 points. The winner, Weston, had 522. Newtown’s results are as follows:

    200 Yard Freestyle Relay: 5. Megan McDonald, Annika Fagerholm, Eliza Eggleston, and Amy Martinelli, 1:56.76 32.