Newtown High School’s girls’ soccer team reached the South-West Conference Tournament championship game for the second year in a row with a win over the team that last year defeated the Nighthawks in the pinnacle game.
To the casual fan, or even a more educated soccer eye for that matter, Newtown High School’s boys’ soccer team may appear to be outplayed and over-matched — win or lose — in some games. But the Nighthawks are losing
Newtown High School’s girls’ volleyball team outlasted host Joel Barlow of Redding in a hard-fought five-game match on October 24, handing the six-time South-West Conference champion Falcons their first loss of the campaign in the process.
The third-seeded Newtown High School field hockey team dropped a hard-fought 2-1 decision to second-seeded and host Immaculate of Danbury in the South-West Conference Tournament semifinals, on October 29. Immaculate, which had been upset by Newtown in a 2-1 overtime
The top-seeded Newtown High School's girls' soccer team defeated No. 8 Joel Barlow of Redding 3-0 in the South-West Conference Tournament quarterfinals, at Blue and Gold Stadium — proving its ability to step it up during big games. Newtown maintained
Beginning with the opening kickoff, Newtown High School’s football team showed Bunnell that it was turning the tables on the Bulldogs following last year’s Bunnell blowout victory between the South-West Conference rivals.