Newtown High School’s boys’ lacrosse team began Class L state tournament action with a convincing win, toppling visiting Brien McMahon of Norwalk 18-3 in a qualifying round matchup at Blue & Gold Stadium, on May 25.
Almost every serve Newtown High School’s boys’ volleyball team put into play put the visiting Joel Barlow of Redding Falcons on their heels. And on defense, the Nighthawks got to seemingly every ball to keep the momentum going.
Numerous personal records and several school marks were set, and a new meet standard was established by Newtown High School athletes in the South-West Conference championship meet, at Weston High on May 22.
Newtown High School's boys' volleyball team finished the regular season a perfect 19-0, making it two consecutive unbeaten regular slates, and now will go for its second straight South-West Conference championship. The Nighthawks, 8-0 in SWC play, will host the
Newtown High School's top doubles team of Julia Klein and Julia Dolan beat opponents from New Fairfield, Brookfield, and Weston to claim the top doubles championship in the South-West Conference tournament, at Joel Barlow High in Redding, this week.
Newtown High School’s softball team jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening inning and fended off visiting Brookfield to earn a 5-3 win in the South-West Conference tournament quarterfinals, in Newtown, on May 20.
Just as quickly as the skies opened up and rain appeared to arrive in time to accompany visiting Pomperaug of Southbury in washing Newtown High School’s South-West Conference title hopes away, the Nighthawks seemed to find new life in the May 20 semifinal-round contest at Blue & Gold Stadium.