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Apr 022019
 

This week’s Varsity game scores (Monday and Tuesday) No details, just scores. THAT has got to change!

 

Monday, April 1

Baseball: Amity defeated Cheshire 1-0

Boys Tennis: Xavier defeated Amity 4-3

Boys Volleyball: St. Joseph defeated Amity 3-0

Softball: Amity crushed Fitch 12-3

Girls Tennis: Amity shut out Sacred Heart Academy 7-0

 

Tuesday, April 2

Boys Golf: Amity vs Xavier, No details available

Boys Outdoor Track: Amity vs Cheshire, No details available

Girls Lacrosse: Amity lost to North Haven 10-11 in Overtime

Girls Outdoor Track: Amity vs Cheshire, Hamden, Amity 83.5-Cheshire 66.5, Amity 104-Hamden 37. Amity 2-0!

Girls Tennis: Amity defeated Guilford 6-1

Girls Lacrosse: Lady Spartans Defeat Hamden

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Apr 142016
 

IMG_8882The Amity Girls Lacrosse Team hosted Hamden in Woodbridge on Wednesday.

The Lady Spartans, now 2-2 for the season played hard and whipped their opponents 15-4.

Amity     10  5 — 15
Hamden  4  0 — 4

Amity outshot Hamden 25-12.

The Lady Spartans were on fire, with Isabella Crane taking the lead with 4 goals and 1 assist; Tori Ramos andIsabella Ferrara made 3 goals each; Kendra Osinski made 2 goals; Julia Tomei had 1; Eliza Crane and Cassie Bishop each had 1 goal and 1 assist.

On Hamden’s side, Reagan Wildman; Allie Wuerth; Jade Taylor; and Olivia Santini each made 1 goal.

 

Goal Keepers Jena Casman made 6 saves and Jenna Saleh made 4 saves for Amity; Kiki O’Connor made 6 saves for Hamden.

Records —Amity 2-2; Hamden 0-3

Little Ladies Learn Lacrosse

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Apr 282013
 

IMG_0949 On Wednesday afternoon, a couple of dozen young girls gathered on the Orange Fairgrounds for lacrosse camp.

The sport has grown in popularity over the past five years and boys and girls of all ages are getting into it as much as others their age flock to the soccer and baseball/softball fields.

One little girl wandered into the gazebo where I was working and told me how much she wanted to play when she gets older.