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  • Nighthawk Laxmen Rolling Along

    Give Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team a high five. The Nighthawks, in holding their past handful of opponents to an average of a little more than five goals per game, made it five wins in a row and improved to 9-2 overall, heading into a May 8 scheduled visit to Notre Dame-Fairfield. The Nighthawks defeated visiting Bethel 14-6 at Treadwell Park on May 6. They’ve given up six or fewer goals seven times this spring, something Coach Glenn Adams knows gives his team a good chance for a win on any given day.

  • NHS Lacrosse Girls Rebound From Rare Conference Loss

    The nine-time South-West Conference champion Newtown High School girls’ lacrosse team has long feasted on SWC foes and had its battles/playoff tune-ups with tough nonconference teams. Things are changing a little, and that’s just fine with Coach Maura Fletcher.

  • Boys' Tennis Team Earns Key Wins, Girls Battle Tough Opponents

    It was a successful week for Newtown High School’s boys’ tennis team as the Nighthawks went on the road and toppled New Fairfield 5-2 on May 2 then bested host Pomperaug of Southbury and visiting Joel Barlow of Redding, both by 4-3 scores, May 5 and 6.

  • Newtown High School Sluggers Fall To Bulldogs And Wave, Beat Rebels

    Newtown High School’s baseball team shook off a 7-3 loss to host Bunnell of Stratford on May 2 with a 9-5 victory at New Fairfield on May 6. The Nighthawks fell 2-0 to the New Milford Green Wave on May 7 and carried a 5-8 overall record (4-4 in South-West Conference action) into the second week of May.

  • Bootcamp Workouts To Benefit Ailing Hawley Teacher

    Renee Wilson, owner of Total Performance Sports and Fitness at 31 Peck’s Lane, is hosting a series of Bootcamp workouts to benefit Hawley School teacher Stephanie Dunshee, who is undergoing cancer treatment. Bootcamp sessions are ongoing through June 2. One-hour sessions will be offered Mondays and Wednesdays beginning at 9:30 am, and 4:30 and 6:30; Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning at 10:30 am and 6:30 pm. On the weekends, 75-minute classes will be offered. These will begin on Saturdays at 8 am and 1 pm; and Sundays at 2 pm. Sessions are $10 each ($5 for Total Fitness members), or $60 for a package of ten sessions ($30 members).

  • NHS Tennis Teams Earn Victories

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ tennis teams both picked up victories this past week, with the squads defeating Bethel and Brookfield, and falling to Weston. Maureen Maher, coach of the girls, has been pleased with her new-look team this spring. The two-time South-West Conference champions lost eight players between graduation, moves out of town, and players not returning, but that hasn’t prevented success.

  • Lacrosse Teams Compete

    Newtown High School’s girls’ and boys’ lacrosse teams took to the fields this past week and came away with some success.

  • 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.

  • Youth Football And Cheer

    Newtown Youth Football and Cheer registration is still open for boys and girls entering grades 2 and 3 in the fall of 2014.

  • Softball Team Beats Barlow, Falls To Pomperaug In Doubleheader

    Newtown High School’s softball team took advantage of ten walks to make the most of only four hits in defeating host Joel Barlow of Redding 8-3 on April 23. The Nighthawks then dropped both ends of a double header against Pomperaug of Southbury at Treadwell Park on April 28. Newtown carried a 4-5 overall record into the middle of the week.