As you may know, the Spartans, under the leadership of Coach Todd Rainey, only lost one game this season — that was to Fairfield Prep. The boys had no problem defeating Notre Dame 102-81 here.
Amity’s Winning Events
200 Medley Relay: A- 1:44.62 Shiva Gowda, Arsenio Bustos, Kevin Yanagisawa, Tyler Roy
200 Ind. Med: A- 2:08.90 Arsenio Bustos
50 freestyle: A- 23.45 Kevin Yanagisawa
Diving: A- 207.30 Uranik Klobucishta
100 Butterfly: A- 55.20 Kevin Yanagisawa
100 Freestyle: A- 48.61 Colin Roy
200 Freestyle Relay: A- 1:34.66 Nic Robinson, Uranik Klobucishta, Kevin Yanagisawa, Colin Roy
100 Backstroke: A- 57.18 Arsenio Bustos
Notre Dame’s Winning Events
200 Freestyle: ND- 1:44.46 North Hansen
500 Freestyle: ND- 4:41.50 North Hansen
100 Breaststroke: ND- 1:09.68 Sean McDermott
400 Freestyle Relay: ND- 3:45.34 William Hinckley, Shawn Parrott, C.J. Holt, North Hansen
Record: Amity 8-1, Notre Dame 4-4
By PHIL BRODSKY
Orange Live Sports Writer
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Make that five wins in a row for the undefeated Amity “Swimmin’ Women”. The Lady Spartans splashed past West Haven 91-82 in a Southern Connecticut Conference meet that wasn’t as close as the final score would indicate. Holding a commanding lead after Brittany Smith won the 500-yard freestyle in 5 minutes, 40.87 seconds, Coach Todd Rainey had his girls swim exhibition (non-scoring) for the meet’s final four events.
The meet began with Madeline Snow, Lydia Pokluda, Dana Grindall, and Dana Chung winning the 200 medley relay with their time of 1:56.26. Jess Kochiss posted a victorious 2:03.08 in the 200 free. Snow’s 2:17.04 was tops in the 200 medley. That was followed by Chung winning the 50 free in 26.38.
Gabrielle Syrop rang up a winning score of 163.40 in diving. Shannon Early chipped in with a first place 1:06.62 in the 100 butterfly and Grindall breezed to a first place time of 54.34 in the 100 free.
Tonight, the 5-0 Lady Spartans host Glastonbury in what is expected to be a very hard-fought non-conference meet at the Orange Community Center pool, starting at 7:30 p.m.