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This Week’s Amity Varsity Sports Schedule Jan. 15-21

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Jan 152018
 

The Amity Varsity sports schedule for Monday, Jan. 15 – Sunday, Jan. 21 is as follows.

Monday, Jan. 15

Boys Swimming and Diving vs Daniel Hand at the Orange Community Center Pool at 7:20 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 16

Girls Basketball vs Branford HOME at Amity High School at 5:15 p.m.

Boys Basketball vs Shelton AWAY at Shelton High School at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Jan. 17

Boys Ice Hockey vs Hamden AWAY Lou Astorino Ice Rink at 7 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 18

Boys and Girls Indoor Track SCC Novice Meet AWAY – Floyd Little at 3:30 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 19

Girls Basketball vs Mercy HOME at Amity High School at 7 p.m.

Boys Basketball vs East Haven AWAY at East Haven High School at 7 p.m.

Saturday, Jan. 20

Wrestling AWAY New Milford Invitational at 10 a.m.

Girls and Boys Indoor Track, Yale Invitational AWAY Yale Cox Cage TBA

Boys Ice Hockey vs NFI (New Fairfield/Immaculate) HOME Bennett Rink West Haven at 3 p.m.

Girls Ice Hockey vs Hall-Conard HOME at Rinks at Shelton at 9 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 21

Girls Ice Hockey vs West Haven/Sacred Heart Academy AWAY at Bennett Rink at 6 p.m.

 

Boys’ Hockey: Branford Comes Off A Loss To Defeat Amity

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Jan 152018
 

The Amity Spartans Boys Ice Hockey team hosted the Branford Hornets in West Haven on Saturday, Jan. 13.

First Period

Branford (5-1-1) lost its first game of the season 4-2 to Guilford on Friday, and came out with one mission — to win! They didn’t waste any time getting on the scoreboard. At 12:33, Blake Kustra made a goal, assisted by Max Bunton and Spencer Engstom.

Second Period

The Hornets dominated the second period in spite of the Spartan’s best efforts. Jack Manware made a goal assisted by Bunton at 5:25. At 6:09 Kustra made his second goal, assisted by Robbie Lionetti and Bunton. Less than 2 minutes later, Manware made his second goal, assisted by Kustra at 7:58. Amity switched out goalie Michael Holloway for Tyler Cole. SCORE: 4-0 Branford

Third Period

While the Zamboni smoothed the ice, Amity Coach Michael Richetelli had a chat with his team to come up with some sort of strategy. The Spartans came out with the fire in their hearts that we’ve come to love this season. In the first 30 seconds, Jason Csejka scored the first goal for Amity, assisted by Ryan Miller and Jamie Blum. Three minutes later Jake Silliman made an unassisted goal, but that was as good as it got. Tyler Cole was able to keep Branford at bay so they didn’t widen the spread any further. FINAL SCORE: 4-2 Branford.

From the Coach

Richetelli said his team played with some intensity in the third period that they should have played with in the first two. “We played a good first period, but they didn’t play with intensity. That’s a lesson we learned today,” he said. “You learn and you move on.”

Of Branford, he said, “We knew they were a good team and it was going to be a tough game. They (Branford) came off a tough loss yesterday and so, they came back today.”

“You can’t expect to win, you have to play hard to make that happen,” Richetelli said. “They dominated the second period, and we should have played harder then.”

Next up for Amity, is an away game vs Hamden on Wednesday, Jan. 17. This is the first time the Spartans have played the Green Dragons (4-2) in quite some time.

On Saturday, Jan. 20, the Spartans will host NFI [New Fairfield/Immaculate] (4-1-1) in West Haven at 3 p.m.

 

Girls’ Hockey: Blue Devils Best Blades In Overtime

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Jan 142018
 

The Amity/North Haven/Cheshire (Blades) hosted the West Haven/Sacred Heart (Blue Devils) at the Rinks at Shelton on Saturday, Jan. 13.

First Period

Both teams played fast and hard for the first 15 minutes. Both goalies also worked hard and no one was able to score.

Second Period

The Blue Devils were first to score at 10:56 with Celina Condon’s goal, assisted by Brooke McNabola.

Third Period

Spectators were on the edge of their seats as the Blades hammered West Haven’s goalie with shot after shot and finally at 6:46, Tess Csejka tied the score on an assist from Cally Dixon.

Overtime

The 8-minute overtime period was do or die for these competitive young ladies. Fast and furious skating with equal possession time, and then, with just 2:06 remaining on the clock, Taylor Nowak scored the winning goal for the Blue Devils on an assist from Jenna Hunt.

Final Score: 2-1 West Haven

 

Records: Blades 9-3, West Haven 8-1

Note: The two teams will face up again on Sunday, Jan. 21 at the Edward Bennett Rink in West Haven at 8 p.m.

But first, the Blades will host the Hall/Conard Warchiefs (5-3-2) of West Hartford on Saturday, Jan. 20 at the Rinks at Shelton at 9 p.m.

Boys Swimming and Diving: Amity Wins Again

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Jan 122018
 

The Amity Swimming and Diving Team hosted Cheshire in Orange on Friday, Jan. 12.
Both teams competed well but in the end, Amity came out on top winning this contest 95-85.
Amity’s Winning Events
200-yard Medley Relay: A- 1:38.60 Colin Roy, Arsenio Bustos, Kevin Yanagisawa, Tyler Roy
200-yard Freestyle: Ch- 1:50.70 Ben Brewer
200 Ind. Medley: A-2:03.29 Arsenio Bustos
50 Freestyle: A-22.29 Colin Roy
Diving: A- 211.10 Uranik Klobucishta
100-yard Butterfly: A- 54.35 Kevin Yanagisawa
200-yard Freestyle Relay: A- 1:35.98 Uranik Klobucishta, Blake Wetter, Nic Robinson, Kevin Yanagisawa
100-yard Backstroke: A- 54.57 Colin Roy
Cheshire’s Winning Events
100 Freestyle: Ch- 50.70 Ben Brewer
500-yard Freestyle: Ch- 5:03.82 Sam Hanke
100-yard Breaststroke: Ch- 1:02.67 Joseph Cannata
400-yard Freestyle Relay: Ch- 3:32.79 Ben Brewer, Sam Hanke, Peter Levens, Joseph Cannata
Records: Amity 5-0, Cheshire 3-1.

A New Way To Look At High School Swim Meets

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Jan 122018
 

Amity Swim team member Tyler Roy is not only an excellent athlete but now you can add underwater photographer to his resume.

On Friday evening I attended the Amity vs Cheshire swim meet at the Orange Town Pool.

I had recently purchased a small “point and shoot” camera that has many nice features, perhaps the best being that it is waterproof.

I asked coach Todd Rainey if one of the boys could take some underwater photos for me while the team was warming up. At first, he sort of looked at me like I was nuts, but, I assured him that it was waterproof and Yes, I meant to bring it into the pool, put it underwater and do the best he could.

You will NEVER see me in a bathing suit taking photos for Orange Live, but once I figure out a way to get it done, you will be seeing more underwater photos in the future from the actual Amity swim meets. In the meantime, enjoy these photos by Tyler Roy.

 

Boys’ Ice Hockey: Amity Defeats West Haven 3-1

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Jan 122018
 

The West Haven Blue Devils hosted the Amity Spartans at Bennett Rink on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

First Period

The Spartans got onto the scoreboard first with James Blum’s goal, assisted by Jason Csejka at 11:03. This was a blow to West Haven, which had a full house (due in part to the ceremony to retire former Westie Rob Fumiatti’s jersey number that preceded the game.)

 

Second Period

West Haven’s Kevin Moriarty tied things up at 1:27 on an assist from Robbie Forleo; Then halfway through the period Amity’s Connor Bath assisted by Mike Miller and Joe Schittina pulled the Spartans ahead again. 2-1 Amity.

Third Period 

At 12:52, Amity’s Blum and Csejka teamed up again to score the third and final goal of the game.

Final: Amity 3, West Haven 1

Scoreboard

AMITY      1 1 1—3

W. HAVEN 0 1 0—1

 

Shots—Amity outshot West Haven 33-24

Saves—Amity: Tyler Cole 23; West Haven: Logan Cole 30

Records—Amity 5-1; West Haven 2-5.

Wrestling: Amity Defeats Shelton 38-34

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Jan 112018
 

Amity Wrestlers won another hard-fought dual match against Shelton on Tuesday January 9th. Amity’s victory was led by Captains Christian Chadwick, Matt Rothman and newly named Captain Sam Keylock.  Christian Chadwick, Matt Rothman, Simon Flaherty, and Justin Griffen all won their respective matches by pin.

With this win, Amity remains undefeated in the SCC B division.

Amity 38, Shelton 34

106-  G. Zipperstein (S) dec. S. Goldblatt (A) 5-2

113- S. Reyes (S) pin Danny Carlson (A) 1:25

120- Christian Chadwick (A) pin A. Montez (S) 2:41

126- Aidan Hebert (A) dec. A. Cordeo (S) 10-1

132- S. Rago (S) dec. Liam Keylock (A) 8-4

138- C. Mengold (S) pin Aidrian Gonzales (A) 3:17

145- M. Monico (S) dec. Mike Widell (A) 13-8

152- Matt Rothman (A) pin L. Saranich (S) 0:45

160- A. Seaton (A) dec. L. Stanskey (S) 9-0

170- Sam Keylock (A) forfeit

182- Simon Flaherty (A) pin A. Rosa (S) 0:52

195- R. Weiner (S) forfiet

220- N. Morrisey (S) pin J. Foote (A) 0:56

285- Justin Griffin (A) pin I. Deloatech (S) 1:25

Girls’ Ice Hockey: Blades Crush Lancers in Milford

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Jan 112018
 

 The Blades (Amity-N.Haven-Cheshire) Varsity Girls Ice Hockey team was on the road in Milford Wednesday, Jan. 10 for a game against the Notre Dame Fairfield (ND-Fairfield/Law/Foran/Weston) Lancers
Period 1
Notre Dame got things started with a goal by Laura Dennigan, assisted by Anne Scovill. Andrea DelVecchio tied the game with a goal for the Blades on an assist from Shannon Reilly. DelVecchio scored again, assisted by Olivia Dittman, pulling the Blades ahead 2-1 for the first period.
Period 2

The second period belonged to the Blades, starting with a shot by Cally Dixon, assisted by Tess Csejka and Melissa Montessi, next, Shannon Reilly made a goal, assisted by DelVecchio and Haley Cable. The trio of Dixon, Csejka, and Montessi wrapped up the second period with another goal, bringing the score to 5-1.

Period 3

The Blades also dominated the third period with unassisted goals by both Meghan Hogan and Csejka, bringing the final score to 7-1 BLADES!

Saves: NDF Rebecca Paine 35, Blades Juliana Daddio 17

Boys Swimming and Diving: Amity Splashes Past Branford

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Jan 112018
 

(file photo)

The Amity Spartans were on the road in North Haven for a meet against the Hornets on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

Undefeated Amity won this one 95-77, improving their record to 4-0.
Amity’s Winning Events
200 yard Medley Relay: A- 1:46.60 Tyler Roy, Ray Lu, Kevin Yanagisawa, Colin Roy
200-yard Freestyle: A- 1:51.80 Arsenio Bustos
200 Ind. Medley: A-2:10.48 Tyler Roy
50 Freestyle: A-23.72 Kevin Yanagisawa
Diving: A- 189.30 Uranik Klobucishta
100-yard Butterfly: A- 54.91 Arsenio Bustos
100 Freestyle: A- 48.92 Colin Roy
200-yard Freestyle Relay: A- 1:35.46 Arsenio Bustos, Blake Wetter, Shiva Gowda, Tyler Roy,
North Haven’s winning events
500-yard Freestyle: NH- 5:11.94 Will McCleer
100-yard Backstroke: NH- 1:03.14 Will McCleery
100-yard Breaststroke: NH- 1:09.48 Carlo Frunzio
400-yard Freestyle Relay: NH- 3:50.62 John Stoeffler, Will McCleery, Thomas O’Connor, Carlo Frunzio
Record: Amity 4-0

Before The Game: West Haven/Amity Hockey Honor The Late Rob Fumiatti

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Jan 102018
 

The late Robert Fumiatti was well-respected and much-loved in every capacity of his life. As a youth hockey player under coach Michael Richetelli, or as #8 on the Blue Devils hockey team in West Haven, as a coach for the Amity Spartans alongside Richetelli, as a New Haven Police Officer and as a husband and father.

On June 13, 2002, Officer Fumiatti was shot in the face in the line of duty and passed away from complications of that incident. End of Watch Wednesday, January 10, 2007

His gravesite is in the Orange Center Cemetery.

Today is the 11th anniversary of Rob Fumiatti’s death and tonight, after a unanimous vote at the West Haven School Board meeting last week, his #8 Hockey Jersey will be retired, and no player will ever wear it again.

Richetelli teared up as he spoke about the upcoming ceremony for his former player and colleague.

“Rob was a coach at Amity, and he was on my youth hockey team,” Richetelli said choking back tears. “It’s going to be an emotional night. We’re going to have to try to separate the emotion from the game.”

All of the Amity coaches remember Fumiatti fondly.

If you are going to the West Haven/Amity game at 6:30 p.m. make sure you arrive early for the ceremony.