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Lady Braves Fall to Wallkill Valley in Overtime

October 21, 2017

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School Lady Braves field hockey team fell to Wallkill Valley on Wednesday, 1-0, when they played them home, under the lights of Palmer Field.

“The girls played with a tremendous amount of heart,” Head Coach Lisa Bechtel said. “We kept knocking on the door, but could not manage to put one in. The girls displayed great charter and effort during ...

Newton Girls Soccer Team Wins Close Game by One

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton girls soccer team won 3-2 over Lenape Valley on Tuesday, when they played them home.

Leading Newton once again this season was Kayleigh Furth, contributing two goals to the scoreboard, along with Kass Wojcik, who added one. Assists were made by Olivia Buckley, Furth and Wojcik.

The Braves move their record to 15-4 overall and their conference division record to ...

Newton Boys Soccer Team Blanks Lenape Valley

NEWTON, NJ—Tommy Hermann led the Braves in their shutout victory over Lenape Valley on Tuesday, when they played them away and won 4-0.

Hermann scored two goals for the Braves, followed by Richie Reczka and Bruno Fredes who each contributed one goal apiece. Assists were made by Kevin Ayoso, Christian Calderaro and Hermann.

Newton’s keeper, James McMahon had three saves against ...

Newton High School Football Team Demolishes Chatham

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School Football team took to Chatham’s field and demolished them 42-6 last week.

Chase Cramer led the Braves offensive, contributing 12 points to the win.  Will Larsen contributed eight points, Jaiden Elliot, Michael Freda, and Dante Northe, who each added six points, and Devin Mager, scored four points.

Quarterback Luke Young completed eight ...

Newton Girls Soccer Team Secures Large Lead Despite Field Conditions

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School girls soccer team won 7-4, over Jefferson on Monday, October 16, when they played them away.

“It was a sloppy game due to terrible field conditions,” said Head Coach Jake Mull. “Fortunately we were able to score a lot of goals to secure the win.”

Kayleigh Furth and Kass Wojcik each contributed two goals apiece for the Braves, ...

Newton Girls Soccer Team Advances to Final Round of Tournament

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School girls soccer team advanced to the final round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament when they beat Kittatinny 4-1 on Saturday.

“We played a very good defensive game and were able to stop their top scorer,” Head Coach Jake Mull said. “We were able to score when we had the opportunity and that was the difference in the ...

Newton Boys Soccer Team Loses by One in Quarterfinal Round of Tournament

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School boys soccer team, who went into the tournament as the eighth-seeded team, lost 2-1 to top-seeded Hunterdon Central in the Quarterfinal round of the Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex tournament on Saturday, when they played them away.

Kevin Ayoso, without an assist, got the Braves on the board against Hunterdon Central, but unfortunately could not hold onto the ...

Newton Field Hockey Wins Close Game Against Sparta

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School field hockey team was down by two at halftime, but came back in the second half to take the win 3-2 against Sparta on Saturday.

“The girls came from behind for an exciting win,” Head Coach Lisa Bechte said. “We were down 0-2 at halftime and we made some re-adjustments and got motivated to score.”

Lauren Barbato, Angela Melillo ...

Lady Braves Field Hockey Loses by One to High Point

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School Lady Braves Field Hockey team lost 1-0 against High Point on Friday when they played them on Palmer Field.

“We dominated the game and had more shots on goal,” said Head Coach Lisa Bechtel. “But we had difficulty finishing in the circle and finding the back of the cage.”

Newton outshot High Point 14-4 causing High Point’s ...

Newton Girls Soccer Blanks Hackettstown

NEWTON, NJ—The Newton High School girls soccer team shutout Hackettstown 1-0 on Thursday, when they played them on the road.

Once again being the lead for the Braves, Kayleigh Furth scored the only goal for Newton with an assist by Olivia Buckley.

The Braves outshot Hackettstown 16-3, leaving goalie Karis Steele with three saves compared to Hackettstown’s goal Makenzie McDonald ...

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