The Amity Wrestling team was on the road Tuesday, Feb. 2 for a meet against Cheshire.
The Rams defeated the Spartans 45-27.
Amity’s Winning Matches:
106 Goldblatt (A) won by FFT
113 Chadwick (A) pinned Montowya (C) 2:52
126 Cala (A) won 8-2 over Black (C)
220 Benanto (A) won by FFT
285 Photos (A) won by FFT
Cheshire’s Winning Matches:
120 Rothman (A) was pinned by Brown (C) 3:47
132 Keylock (A) was pinned by Berile(C) 2:19
138 Carpenter (A) lost 6-1 to Robidouix (C)
145 Morrissey (A) was pinned by Minihan (C) 1:49
152 Castro (A) was pinned by Marotta (C) 1:28
160 Bonvincini (A) was pinned by O’Donnell(C) 2:56
170 Double FFT
182 Hoddinott (A) was pinned by Papa(C) :30
195 Lattick (A) was pinned by Bendetta (C) 1:48
The previously undefeated Amity Boys Swimming and Diving team hosted undefeated Cheshire in Orange on Monday night. Colin Roy led the Spartans in points.
Monday, Feb. 1
Boys Basketball vs Abbott Tech in Woodbridge at 7 p.m.
Girls Ice Hockey vs Conard-Hall in Shelton at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 2
Boys Basketball vs Shelton in Woodbridge at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 3
Girls Basketball vs Lyman Hall in Woodbridge at 7 p.m .
Boys Ice Hockey vs Cheshire in West Haven at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 4
Girls Ice Hockey vs Simsbury in Shelton at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 5
Girls Basketball vs Cheshire in Woodbridge at 7 p.m.
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This week, Amity Regional High School focused on issues larger than just the school community.
According to Principal Anna Mahon, “The Student Government wrapped up the incredibly successful clothing drive. The athletic teams and student government teamed up to focus on raising money and awareness for cancer research through our ‘Go Pink and Blue Week.’”
Mahon added, “We also held a meeting for Relay for Life Captains and discussed the issue of raising awareness about cancer in homeroom on Thursday. Students and staff bought and posted messages on the school’s “Wall of Hope.”
Foran took an early lead, besting Amity 8-6 in the first quarter, but after that, it was Amity’s game all the way…22-11 in the second; 33-14 in the third and finally, a 46-22 Spartans victory.
Amity’s top point-makers:
Molly Dragan was the game’s high scoring player with 12 points, She was followed by Emma Gehr with 11, Elise Graham 7, Tara Laugeni 6, and Alexa Gibbs 4.
Dragan and Graham each had 5 steals. Alexa Gibbs had 8 rebounds and 5 blocks. Freshman Hayley Esparo had 8 blocks.
Foran’s top point-makers:
Zinnia Hall was the high scoring player for the Lions with 5 points, Sam Inthapanhya 4, Jasmine Lord 4, Lauren Noltholt 3.
Jade Lord and Lauren Notholt each had 9 rebounds.
Records: Amity 9-5; Foran 4-9.
The Lady Spartans have a HOME game on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m.
There are 23 girls on the Blades team, of these, ten are from Amity: Alaina Safian (2), Andrea DelVecchio (3), Hannah Sosensky (4), Bailey MacNamara (10), Stephanie Satonick (11), (Captain) Peri Sosensky (12), Gina Driscoll (13), Jena Casman (19), Grace Kosh (20), and Olivia Dittman (21).
Three of the girls come from Cheshire High School: Rachael Kozak (6), Captain Emily Gotowola (15) and Meghan Hogan (22).
The remaining ten are from North Haven High School: Goalie Julianna Daddio (1), Jackie Howlett (5), Kiley Degrand (7), Erin Owens (8), Maryssa Racino (14), Jamie Fredericks (16), Captain Catherine Babbidge (17), Kyla DelVecchio (18), Shannon Reilly (24) and Katelyn St. Peter (26).
The team has a 10-0 record and shows no signs of slowing down.
Here is a rundown of this year’s victories:
Dec. 19 defeated Wilton-Norwalk 4-1
Dec. 23, def Guilford, 11-0
Dec. 28, def Lauralton Hall, 11-0
Jan. 2, def Daniel Hand, 7-0
Jan. 4, def Stamford-Westhill-Staples, 5-1
Jan. 6, def ND-Fairfield/Foran, 11-4
Jan. 9, def West Haven-Sacred Heart Academy, 2-1
Jan. 11, def Daniel Hand, 6-0
Jan. 16, def Guilford 9-0
Jan. 22, def Branford 6-2
Jan. 26, def West Haven-Sacred Heart Academy, 4-1
In Tuesday night’s game, Driscoll made 1 goal and had 2 assists, Owens and Reilly each made 1 goal and had 1 assist, MacNamara made 1 goal.
St. Peter, Hogan, DelVecchio and DeGrand each had 1 assist.
If you haven’t seen these fine athletes in action, the team still has 8 more regular season games to play. (Four at their home ice at the Rinks at Shelton on Route 110 in Shelton and one at the nearby Milford Ice Pavillion).
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