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Girls Swimming: Hand Wins Most Events — Who Won The Meet?

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Oct 092015
 

IMG_9497The Amity Lady Spartans Swimming and Diving team hosted the Daniel Hand Tigers in Orange on Oct. 8.

Although Hand won 7 events to Amity’s 5, it was Coach Todd Rainey’s girls who swam away with the 96-87 victory, improving their season record to 6-1.

Amity’s Winning Events 

200 yard Medley Relay: A- 2:00.21 Maggie Lasto, Hannah Flaherty, Kate Alvarado, Elise Grabowski

200 yard Freestyle: A- 2:07.64 Olive Smith

100 yard Butterfly: A-1:01.75 Kate Alvarado

200 yard Freestyle Relay: A- 1:48.63 Katie Jensen, Kalynna Hauser, Maggie Lasto, Megan Lasto

100 yard Backstroke: A- 1:08.07 Jenna Lu

Hand’s Winning Events

200 Ind. Medley: H-2:21.95 Kelly Doktorski

50 yard Freestyle: H- 25.82 Allie Mascia

Diving: H- 202.05 Noelle Bergere

100 yard Breaststroke: H – 1:14.69 Carolyn Weiler

100 yard Freestyle: H- 56.33 Allie Mascia

500 yard Freestyle: H- 5:30.51 Caroline Genther

400 yard Freestyle Relay: H- 4:05.88 Alexis Valentin, Samantha Crans, Caroline Genther, Kelly Doktorski

Girls Swimming: Lady Spartans Still Undefeated — 88-79 Victory Today

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Sep 212015
 

Amity Swim TeamIs Todd Rainey a super coach or are the Lady Spartans just that good? You may agree that either choice would be correct.
The girls varsity swim team was on the road on Monday, Sept. 21, and once again enjoyed a victory, this time in West Haven, deafeating the Blue Devils 88-79..
Amity
200 yard Medley Relay: A- 2:11.43 Olivia Smith, Brittany Smith, Christiane Delda, Kalyna Hauser
200 yard Freestyle: A- 2:07.45 Kate Alvarado
200 Ind. Medley: A-2:19.20 Megan Lasto
50 yard Freestyle: A- 27.62 Molly Cox
Diving: A- 153.45 Juliet Melotto
100 yard Butterfly: A-1:07.51 Elise Grabowski
100 yard Freestyle: A- 1:00.85 Kalyna Hauser
500 yard Freestyle: A- 5:41.71 Maggie Lasto
200 yard Freestyle Relay: A- 1:51.43 Kate Alvarado, Molly Cox, Maggie Lasto, Megan Lasto
West Haven
100 yard Backstroke: WH- 1:12.33 Karen Caceres
100 yard Breaststroke: WH- 1:21.10 Mary Luz Heidtman
400 yard Freestyle Relay: WH- 4:25.93 Karen Caceres, Nicole Gaston, Anya Celmer
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Girls Swimming and Diving: Amity Splashes Past Glastonbury

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Oct 022014
 

 

DSC01099On Thursday night, it was the Lady Spartans vs the Tomahawks swim teams competing at the Orange Community Pool. 

Amity retained its perfect season and added one to its record with a 99-87 win against Glastonbury.

Amity’s winning events

200 yard Medley Relay: A-1:59.37 Mollee Lasto, Megan Lasto, Maggie Lasto,  Dana Chung

200 Freestyle: A- 2:01.33 Madeline Snow

200 IM: A- 2:11.97 Dana Chung

50 yard Freestyle: A-25.76 Megan Lasto

100 yard Butterfly: A-1:01.86 Kate Alvarado

100 yard Freestyle: A- 54.10 Dana Chung

100 yard Backstroke: A- 1:03.08 Maggie Lasto

100 yard Breaststroke: A- 1:10.94 Megan Lasto

400 yard Freestyle Relay: A- 3:45.29 Madeline Snow, Maggie Lasto, Megan Lasto, Dana Chung

Glastonbury’s Winning Events

500 yard Freestyle: G- 5:17.19 Grace Moore

200 yard Freestyle Relay: G- 1:45.33 Jessica Zhang, Seana Gysling, Kate O’Connor, Brynn Campbell

Diving: G- 214.70 Haley Foster 

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Phil’s Preview: Amity Girls Swimming

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Sep 102012
 

By PHIL BRODSKY

Orange Live Sports Writer

Last year was a dream year for the Amity girls swim team. In addition to defeating Cheshire for the first time in more than 30 years, Coach Todd Rainey’s girls also won their first Southern Connecticut Conference championship, placed second (to Greenwich ) in Class LL, and sixth in the State Open. While Rachel and Kathleen Holden, Colby Champaigne, and Morgan Turner have all graduated, Rainey still has high hopes for the 2012 season that gets underway on Tuesday with a 7 PM meet against Shelton at the Orange Community Center pool.

Rainey said, “I hope we can approach the level of success that we had last year. If everyone does what is expected they can do, achieving what we achieved last year is an approachable goal. Even if we just come close, I’ll still be very happy.”

The 2012 Lady Spartans will be led by senior Co-Captains Nicole Guadagnoli (diving), Lindsay Morton (State Open qualifier in the 100-yard butterfly), Anna Lu (Class LL All State in the 200 and 500 freestyle and a member of the State Open championship 200 free relay), and Dana Grindall (State Open champ in 100 butterfly, state record holder in the 100 butterfly, member of the 200 free and medley relay teams).

Other seniors on the Amity roster are: Amanda Craig (State Open diving), Shannon Early (member of  State Open medley relay and 200 individual medley, Erin Marlor (100 butterfly), Wendy Kenyon (200 free and 100 backstroke), Gabrielle Syrop (Class LL finalist in diving), and Carly Young (Class LL diving finalist).

Jessica Kochiss (State Open member of the 400 free relay) heads a length list of juniors that will provide the team with a lot of depth. Dana Chung (member of the State Open 200 free and medley relays). Mollee Lamb (Class LL finalist in the 100 backstroke and the 200 individual medley), Madeline Snow (member of State Open championship 200 free relay and State Open qualifier in the 500 free) and Lydia Pokluda (member of state championship 200 free relay and State Open 500 free) are among a similar group of sophomores.

The Amity roster also hosts several talented but inexperienced freshmen that Rainey hopes will develop and provide much needed depth as the season goes on.

According to Rainey, “I’m impressed with the work ethic I have seen so far. It’s a great group of talented, very supportive girls. With Grindall and Morton (14th in the State Open), the Lady Spartans will be very strong in the 100 butterfly. We also have 4 excellent, experienced, senior divers (Syrop, Craig, Guadagnoli, and Young).  Anna Lu (fourth place in the 200 free and fifth in the 500 free at the State Open) and Madeline Snow give us a very potent 1-2 punch in the distance freestyle races.”

He added, “Right now, I really don’t have any major concerns. We have a very deep, balanced team that is headed in the right direction.”

Rainey points to Branford, Mercy, Sacred Heart, and North Haven as the teams most likely to battle his girls for the 2012 SCC crown. Greenwich and Glastonbury appear to be the teams Amity will have to be defeat to win the Class LL title.

Rainey also said that his girls will have to maintain their rigorous work ethic and enthusiasm from last year if they wants to do as well as it did in 2011.