Lyman Hall Fights to The End, Bows to Amity in Housy Matchup

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Jan 202014

Yes, she made it!

Yes, she made it!

Friday’s nail biter between the Lady Spartans and the Trojans was a real battle to the bitter end at Amity’s SCC Housatonic Division 35-33 win in Woodbridge.

Amity improved its record to (11-1) vs Lyman Hall (10-2) in this amazing show of endurance and determination on both sides.

Amity’s Elise Graham was the high-scoring player with 18 points and seven rebounds and Chloe Brinton added 11 points and seven rebounds. Mikaila Schmitt had 1 point and made seven rebounds for the Spartans.  Isabella Bierezowiec and Rachel Nevolis both made 2 points, and Ashley Wu added 1 point.

Nicole Mierzejewski led the Trojans with 13 points;Taylor Mierzejewski added 8 points;  Krista Petersen, 4; Naomi Rascati and Hayley Hergott each contributed 3 points and Kimberlyn Petit with 2.

Lyman Hall had four 3-point goals by Mierzejewski, Hergott, Mierzejewski, and Petersen.

Amity            6  9  9  11 – 35
Lyman Hall  9  8  7   9 – 33



Baseball: Tough Week Ahead For The Spartans

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May 062013

Matt Ronai hits a homer

Matt Ronai hits a homer

On Friday, May 3, Amity hosted Lyman Hall in Woodbridge and showed no mercy, winning 17-3. Keith Klebart had 2 hits and 4 RBIs, Matt Ronai had 2 hits, 2 RBIs and somewhere around the 5th inning hit a homer.

Coach Sal Coppola said Amity had good pitching performances in this game, putting a few of his pitchers on the mound throughout the game.

“Pitcher Ross Weiner had his first career varsity win, and the name of the game was hits,” Coppola said. “We had a ton of hits and it was a fairly easy win, which was unusual, we don’t usually put up a lot of runs.”

This entire week is going to be brutally tough, according to Coppola, Monday, vs Cheshire (at Old Tavern Park in Orange at 7 p.m.); Foran on Wednesday (Old Tavern Park in Orange at 7 p.m.) and Shelton at Shelton High School, again at 7 p.m.

This is a very important week for the Spartans and they have to be on top of their game.

“If we win two more games, we win our league,” Coppola said.

(Cheshire and Shelton are in the Housatonic Division)

So come on out to Old Tavern Park right here in Orange tonight and Wednesday and cheer the Spartans on.

This is how the scoring evolved on Friday, May 3.
Amity    0 2 5 6 1 3 0   17
Lyman  1 0 0 0 2 0 0    3

Records: Amity 12-2; Lyman Hall 1-12