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  • Tough Loss To Wilton Sandwiched By Blowout Wins

    A big part of the reason Maura Fletcher, coach of the Newtown High School girls’ lacrosse team, schedules ultracompetitive, nonconference battles is wins like the two Newtown had this past week. The Nighthawks sandwiched a hard-fought 7-6 loss to Wilton out of the FCIAC on ...

  • Boys’ Tennis Squad Loaded With Depth

    Newtown High School’s boys’ tennis team, with wins over Joel Barlow of Redding and Masuk of Monroe this past week, improved to 10-2 overall, heading into the final three matches of the campaign as the Nighthawks gear up for a run at the South-West Conference champions...

  • Girls’ Tennis Team Rolling Toward Another SWC Run

    Beginning in about a week, Newtown High School’s girls’ tennis team will focus on trying for back-to-back South-West Conference tournament championships — the team semifinals are scheduled for May 16, with the finals slated for May 20. Th...

  • Hawk Sluggers Hope Nail-Biters Pay Dividends Down The Road

    Newtown High School’s baseball team shook off an 11-3 setback to New Fairfield on May 4 with a 13-4 drubbing of New Milford in its next game, two days later. Not exactly nail-biting games, but these are not good examples of what this spring, on the whole, has been like for ...

  • Crew Club Members Compete In Regatta

    Four members of the Newtown High School Rowing Club competed in the Long Island Junior Championship Regatta, racing for GMS from New Milford, on May 5. The race was in Oyster Bay, Long Island, and was 1,500 meters long. Anthony Vournazos raced a JV single ...

  • Sluggers Get Back On Winning Track With Comeback Efforts

    Newtown High School’s baseball team shook off a five-game losing streak with a pair of wins — both comebacks, but one of which ended as a lopsided affair, and the other a nail-biter — to close out play in the month of April with a 5-6 overall record.

  • Nighthawk Tennis, Golf, And Boys’ Lacrosse Recap

    Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team had a lopsided win and hard-fought defeat, and the golf and tennis squads continue to compete at a high level. A recap of these Nighthawk teams from the final days of April:  

  • 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 s...

  • Mad Dash Adventure Race June 8

    The second annual Mad Dash adventure race will be held on Saturday, June 8 at Fairfield Hills. Hosted by the Newtown Youth Academy and Newtown Parks & Recreation, and sponsored by Danbury Orthopedics, the Mad Dash offers participants the ultimate in fitness adventure.

  • Newtown’s Winterset Ski Club Wins On Snow Carnival For First Time

    After almost a month of waiting for final results, Newtown’s Winterset Ski Club has finally learned it finished first in the 2013 Winter Carnival. The Annual event, hosted by the Connecticut Ski Council, was held at Okemo Mountain in Vermont, March 1-3. This was the first t...