Participating Alumni are asked to donate $20 to play, which will include a commemorative game shirt.
A portion of the donations will be going to the Jeremy Saxe Scholarship Fund.
We will also be accepting additional donations for the scholarship. Please confirm your attendance by August 16 by contacting Coach Marchitto at [email protected].
About Jeremy from the Jeremy Saxe Foundation Website:
Team scores: Amity 109, Hamden 41; Amity 102, Shelton 48; Shelton 88, Hamden 62
100: Tom Kane (S), 11.25
200: DeSean Nixon (Hamden), 22.06
400: Ben Feola (A), 52.62
800: Mike Yuan (A), 2:03.87
1600: Chris McKay (A), 4:33.66
3200: Sricharan Kadimi (A), 9:55.39
110 Meter Hurdles: Aaron Rattley (A), 15.78
300 Hurdles: Wesley Kocurek (S), 41.39.
4×100 Relay: Hamden Hs-Ct ‘A’ (Walker, Evan, Perry, Trevor, Ward, Xavier, Nixon, DeSean), 44.04
4×400 Meter Relay: Amity Regional (Mohseni, Aria, Timpko, Joshua, Pigatt, Mark, Feola, Benjamin), 3:34.86
4×800 Meter Relay: Amity Regional (Beaudette, Kyle, Caldwell, Myles, Su, Andrew, Yuan, Michael), 8:20.49
High Jump: Christian Lodewick, Christian (A), 5-10
Pole Vault: Harold Brownfield (A), 11-6
Long Jump: Aaron Rattley (A), 20-5.50
Triple Jump: Rattley (A), 42-1
Shot Put: Chris Carew, Chris (S), 43-7
Discus: Peter Cotto (S), 138-02
Javelin: Matt Post (A), 169-10
Amity 9-0; Shelton 9-1; Hamden 5-3
By now, everyone knows that the Amity Boys Varsity Basketball team won the Candy Cane Classic in Oxford and the Spartans’ Sebastian DiMauro was named the tournament MVP, and David Ryan was named to the All Tournament Team.
We are just as proud of our Lady Spartans who put Amity on the map as the tournament champs of the girls’ Candy Cane Classic in Ansonia. Our Molly Ronan was named tournament MVP and Chloe Brinton was named to the All tournament Team.
Ronan scored 9 points for Amity, but Brinton shot the game high of 23 points.
Also scoring for the Lady Spartans were Janae Graham, Elise Graham, Mikaila Schmitt, Ashley Wu, and Janaya Young.
Brinton shot four 3-pointers and Graham made one 3-point goal.
Amity beat Woodland 57-26.
Amity’s season record is 5-1.
Ladies and Gentlemen, When at Amity sporting events, please act like ladies and gentlemen.
From the CIAC Handbook:
“Concerns with the behavior of student-athletes and coaches on the field or court and the ever increasing unsportsmanlike behavior of spectators, the sportsmanship committee believes it is essential that all member schools and leagues have sportsmanship standards and programs in place.”
At Wednesday’s Boys Varsity Soccer Game against Foran, a fan from the visiting team became excessively loud and verbally abusive toward one of the referees.
Amity Athletic Director Paul Mengold approached the man and asked him to leave the school grounds. (His behavior wasn’t setting a good example for anyone).
When the man stepped out into the parking lot he stood by the fence, but did not leave, police were called and requested that he vacate the grounds.
Good sportsmanship, it’s not just for athletes. Good behavior goes a long way, no matter how old you are.
A couple of weeks ago we watched in disbelief as a visiting team displayed total disrespect for one of our teams.
Amity stresses good sportsmanship and from today’s incident our school is not afraid to ensure that everyone behaves properly at our sporting events.
The Amity Varsity Boys Cross Country Team hosted East Haven, Wilbur Cross and Sheehan in a meet at the Fitzgerald Tract on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
The results of this are as follows:
Amity 15 (win) – East Haven 50
Amity 15 (win) – Wilbur Cross 50
Amity 19 (win) – Sheehan 44
Amity Goal Keeper Griffin Volta was feeling the heat on Tuesday, Oct. 1 in the home game against Sheehan and it wasn’t just from the competition on the field, but from the sudden spike in warmer weather.
Amity took the lead in the first half and never let go. Junior Simone Kanter (3), assisted by Yani Lagoutis (2) scored at 19:50; and captain Justyn Broderick (4) shot one in at 28:47.
In the second half, Broderick scored again at 44:03: followed by Jeremy Conn (5) at 68:51.
Sheehan’s Sebastian Trivino-Martinez put his team on the scoreboard at 69:01.
Amity outshot Sheehan 11-6.
Sheehan’s John Oliveira made 9 saves: Amity’s Griffin Volta made 4.
These are the varsity sports events scheduled for today, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Girls Soccer – Amity vs Branford at Amity, 3:45 p.m.
Boys Soccer – Amity vs Notre Dame West Haven at Veterans Stadium 3:45 p.m.
Boys Cross Country vs Fairfield Prep at the Fitzgerald Trail, Woodbridge, 4 p.m.
Have you ever wanted to be a star?
Robert and Andrea Kennedy, the theatrical team that brought “Les Miserables”, “Chicago”, “Legally Blonde” and “Sweeney Todd” to the Amity High School stage, are excited for their 2013 Summer Theater Camp “On Broadway!”
This theater arts day camp is designed to teach students voice, dance, and acting skills; give them performance experience; ignite their creative spirit; build a sense of accomplishment and community; and encourage them to have fun!
Fun camp activities include; Movie Day; Improv-Olympics; Ice Cream Social, and more! The camp culminates in a full production where all the students participate. This year our show is entitled “On Broadway” and will feature music from shows like Wicked, Matilda, The Lion King, Annie and much more!
All skill levels are welcome from second grade and up. If your child has a love for singing, dancing and being on stage, join us this summer. Just bring a snack, wear comfortable clothing, (sneakers please, no sandals), and be ready to have fun! Camp begins Monday July 1st and runs until July 26th. Camp hours are 8am to 12pm Monday to Friday.
Performance of: “On Broadway!” will be on Friday 7/26, at 7:00 p.m. Free admission!
To Register online go to: https://amityadulted.myprogramplus.com/course/summer-2013/amity-summer-theater-camp-on-broadway or call 203-392-2005
See you this summer!
(This is a press release from the Summer Theater Camp)