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Sep 192014
 

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The Lady Spartans are off to a great start and are now 3-0 for the 2014 season.

On Thursday night, the team used the new starting blocks at the Orange Town Pool for the first home meet and defeated Hamden 96-77.

Amity’s Winning Events:

200 yard Medley Relay: A-2:00.25 Mollee Lasto,  Lydia Pokluda, Maggie Lasto, Hannah Babbitz

200 yard Freestyle: A- 2:07.71 Brittany Smith

200 yard Individual Medley: A- 2:22.94 Kate Alvarado

50 yard Freestyle: A-26.13 Megan Lasto

100 yard Butterfly: A-1:04.43 Maggie Lasto

100 yard Freestyle: A- 1:00..88 Hannah Babbitz

500 yard Freestyle: A- 5:34.76 Brittany Smith

Hamden’s Winning Events:

Diving: H – 200.65 Alyssa Battick

200 yard Freestyle Relay: H- 1:56.00 Megan Garner, Julia Lynn, Alex Cusano, India Rivera

100 yard Backstroke: H- 1:06.74 Megan Garner

100 yard Breaststroke: H- 1:33.21 Grace Desroches

400 yard Freestyle Relay: H- 4:18.73 India Rivera, Alex Cusano, Colleen Straub, Megan Garner

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Apr 292014
 

IMG_0105After losing their first game of the season (in the rain) 10-9 against North Haven last Saturday, the Amity Spartans came on strong against Hamden Monday afternoon.

Amity’s Joe Choiniere was the game’s high scorer with 3 goals and 1 assist; Steve Sember added 2 goals and 2 assists; Matt DeLizio made 2 goals; Brad Uscilla had 1 goal and 1 assist; Nick Coassin had 1 goal and 1 assist; Jesse Cala made 1 goal; Ajay King and Bubba Pignataro each had 1 assist.

Amity was ahead 7-2 at the half, then the Indians stepped up their game with 2 goals in the third and 4 in the final quarter. with the last half of the fourth quarter a close 9-8, Amity wrapped things up with one final goal with just 10.5 seconds remaining, ending the game at 10-8.

Hamden’s Zach Jolles had 2 goals and 1 assist; Fran Bonadies had 2 goals and 1 assist; Angelo Dimonaco made 1 goal and 2 assists; Anthony Rascatti had 1 goal and 1 assist; Ryan Morely and Billy Fitzmaurice each added 1 goal for the Indians.

Amity outshot Hamden 25-20.

The Spartans Goalies made a total of 9 saves: James Chapman, 4; Evan Campbell, 5.

The Indians goal tender Dom Sannino made 11 saves.

Records: Amity 7-1; Hamden 3-5

 

Jan 142014
 

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The Amity Boys Swim Team hosted Hamden at the High Plains Community Center Pool Tuesday night. 

The undefeated Spartans continued their winning streak, splashing past Hamden 98-80.

Amity’s winning events

200 yard Medley Relay: A- 1:43.60  Stephen Cheung, Ben Clemens, AJ Pite, Charlie Pite

200 yard Individual Medley: A- 2:08.88 Adam Ambrosey

50 yard Freestyle: A-23.03 Charlie Pite

Diving A- 139.95 Allie Germano

100 yard Butterfly: A- 54.36 AJ Pite

500 yard Freestyle: A- 5:09.23 Charlie Pite

100 yard Backstroke: A- :57.91 Stephen Cheung

200 yard Freestyle Relay: A- 1:34.91 Ben Clemens, Adam Ambrosey, Charlie Pite, AJ Pite

Hamden’s winning events

200 yard Freestyle: H- 1:56.54 James Ahn

100 yard Freestyle: H- 51.59 James Ahn

100 yard Breaststroke: H- 1:09.47 Ehran Hodes

400 yard Freestyle Relay: H 3:46.36 James Ahn, Abhishek Singla, Charlie Hammerberg, Ehran Hodes

Records: Amity 5-0; Hamden 2-2

Feb 052013
 

 

Amity’s Zac Campbell

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Coming off the high of a fantastic victory against Sheehan (70-55) last weekend, the Amity Spartans were pumped when they faced off with the Green Dragons for an SCC interdivision game in Hamden Monday night.

They played hard as usual, but the game didn’t go as well as they planned. Hamden’s Richard Kennedy proved to be a threat making 26 points, nearly half of the Green Dragons’ total.

Zac Campbell was the high scorer for Amity with 13 points.

Hamden 54, Amity 41

Records: Hamden (7-9), Amity (12-4).

Amity celebrates its Senior Night at home with a game against East Haven on Thursday at 7 p.m. This is a fund-raiser for the Wounded Warriors Project.

Join the Amity Army in cheering them on.