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Boys’ Booters Rolling Along And Girls Drop Nail-Biter



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Newtown High School’s boys’ soccer team blanked Brookfield 5-0 in a road contest on October 8, and doubled up host Immaculate of Danbury 2-1 on October 13 to improve to 4-0-1 heading into Thursday’s home game with New Fairfield (Blue & Gold Stadium at 5:30 pm).

In the win over Brookfield, Tanner Trede had two goals, and Justin Zemo, Brandon Akbas, and Adem Selmani all scored.

Against Immaculate, Jake Gonski and Gunnar Bozentko found the back of the net.

Newtown High’s girls’ soccer team had its scheduled home game with Immaculate of Danbury on October 13 postponed. The Nighthawks dropped a 1-0 decision to visiting Brookfield on October 8. Newtown Coach Marc Kenney said Elena Sughrue, Ally McCarthy, and Hannah Snayd were outstanding in the back and that Bella Gerace did a nice job at center midfield in the defeat.

Justin Zemo, right, competes in an early season game with Bethel. Zemo scored in Newtown’s win over Brookfield. —Bee Photos, Hutchison
Jack Petersen makes a move during a game this fall.
Mateo Moura, right, runs with control of the ball.
Ally McCarthy defends for Newtown.
Bella Gerace moves a ball through the middle of the field.
Hannah Snayd gives the ball a boot.
Elena Sughrue, left, battles an opponent for the ball as Erin Phaneuf looks on.
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