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  • Spikers Sandwich Barlow Setback With Wins Over Lauralton

    Newtown High School’s girls’ volleyball team sandwiched a loss to rival Joel Barlow of Redding with a pair of wins over Lauralton Hall of Milford this past week to begin the season with a 2-2 overall record. On September 12, the Nighthawks topped host Lauralton 3-0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-19). Kyle Dandrea had seven kills, seven digs, and three service aces; Mylis Post compiled six kills and added three aces; Kayla O’Grady had five kills and three aces; Cassie Ekstrom tallied 10 digs; Tonya Tucker recorded five digs; and Meghan Logan piled up 20 assists.

  • Youth Wrestling Open House

    The Newtown Youth Wrestling Association (NYWA) invites those interested in learning about wrestling to come to an open house from 6-8 pm in the Alexandria Room of Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street, on September 25. NWYA concluded last season as co-champions of the Western Connecticut Wrestling League. There were also several individual, state, and regional championship titles earned.

  • Cross Country Teams Show Stamina And Depth To Sweep Competition

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ cross country teams both came away with a trio of wins in home races on September 17. Newtown’s runners came out on top against Bethel, Masuk of Monroe, and Notre Dame-Fairfield in a 5K race on the trails adjacent to Reed School.

  • Hawk Swimmers Top Falcons, Come Close Against Brookfield

    Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and diving team began the season with a 96-85 win over visiting Joel Barlow of Redding on September 12, then came up a little short in a 96-88 setback to Brookfield, in another home meet, on September 17.

  • Newtown High Girls’ Booters Work Hard For 3-0 Start

    FAIRFIELD — Newtown High School’s girls’ soccer team has taken care of business in the early going of the campaign, and now braces for some potentially tougher competition. The Nighthawks blanked the host Notre Dame-Fairfield Lancers 3-0 on September 16 to improve to 3-0 heading into a September 19 clash with always-tough Masuk of Monroe.

  • Sandy Hook Community Honored At Mets Game

    The New York Mets and Citibank hosted 50 Newtown children and their families for a youth baseball clinic prior to the Mets game against the Miami Marlins at Citi Field on September 15.Newtown First Selectman Pat Llodra and founder and Director of Newtown Youth Academy Sports and Fitness Center Peter D’Amico were honored with Citi’s Teammates in the Community Award for their roles in helping strengthen the town following 12/14.

  • Football Team Kicks Things Off With A Win

    SOUTHBURY — Newtown High School’s football team did all of its scoring in the first half and cruised to a season-opening 26-7 win over host Pomperaug on a September 13 late afternoon. Julian Dunn caught a pair of touchdown passes from quarterba...

  • New Coach Leads New-Look Field Hockey Squad

    Newtown High School’s field hockey team has a new look almost entirely across the board. Stephanie Paproski takes over head coaching duties, and the first-year leader inherits a significantly inexperienced roster since 16 players graduated last year.

  • Swim Team’s Lineup Bolstered By Depth Among Divers

    Some teams have that wildcard — the clutch player off the bench, the last-second play they pull out of proverbial hat, for example — that can lead to overcoming rivals in close contests. For Newtown High School’s girls’ swimming and...

  • Hawks Strive For Top-Three In SWC

    Newtown High School’s girls’ cross country team is loaded with a wealth of returning talent and has the work ethic, team members believe, to lead to a successful run this campaign. The team was sixth in the South-West Conference and 12th in the...