Shelton football did enough things \u201cto win ugly,\u201d was how coach Mike DeFelice described his team\u2019s 14-0 SCC victory over Amity in Woodbridge. Shane Santiago scored a pair of second half touchdowns for the Gaels, now 2-0 on the season. \u201cOur offense put our defense in some bad situations with turnovers, \u201cShelton coach Mike DeFelice said. \u201cThe defense did great job keeping them out of the end zone.\u201d Aiden King converted a 4th and 3 to keep the drive going before Santiago closed Shelton\u2019s first possession of the second half with a 9-yard run. Santiago rushed for 108 yards on 11 carries. \u201cHe fought that little extra to get that first down when we needed it,\u201d DeFelice said of King\u2019s chain-moving run. That was a huge play for us. Shane has had two good games. He is a special player that can do a little bit of everything.\u201d A senior quarterback, Santiago added a 10-yard touchdown run with 2:38 remaining in the third quarter. Cristiano Rosa made his second conversion kick and it was 14-0. \u201cUnfortunately, we left the door open for them,\u201d DeFelice said of Amity, now 1-1. \u201cWe were up 7-0 and then 14-0, but one score for them makes it a game. We have got to finish games off. Our defense absolutely played lights out in the second half. Lock (linebacker Matt Lockavitch) did a really good job anchoring our defense.\u201d Lockavitch had 10 tackles, two for losses, and forced a fumble. Jeff Wojtowicz recovered the ball to stop Amity after Jack Coughlin\u2019s second interception of the first half gave the Spartans great field position. Matt Weiner, Wojtowicz and Jason Santos each had 1 1\/2quarterback sacks. Joey Giliotti forced a fumble and had a sack. Jacob Girard was in on another sack. \u201cI think the defense motivated them (the offense) and we started to lean on them,\u201d DeFelice said. \u201cWe got a couple of bigger guys that started to move them around. Amity played a great game, hats off to them.\u201d Coughlin intercepted two passes. \u201cA player like that is going to make plays,\u201d DeFelice said. \u201cThat\u2019s why we were trying to stay away from him as much as we could. When he was on offense, we knew where he was (in the back field or split out as receiver).\u201d DeFelice expects his offense to clean things up before Greenwich visits Finn Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m. \u201cOffensively, we had a couple of good drives we just couldn\u2019t finish,\u201d DeFelice said. \u201cWe had an interception early. We missed a blocking assignment. We are still trying to catch up and iron out all those wrinkles.\u201d Greenwich defeated Westhill 49-6 and Ridgefield 42-34 in its first two games. James Babb ran for two first-quarter touchdowns to help Greenwich, which entered the game as GameTimeCT\u2019s third ranked team, surge to a 21-0 lead on Ridgefield, playing its first game of the season. \u201cGreenwich is one of the better teams out of the FCIAC. They are ranked 2 or 3 in the (GameTimeCT Top 10 poll,\u201d DeFelice said. \u201cThey do a lot of good things. We are game planning. They are a spread dominant team, but they had a lot of success running the ball against Ridgefield. They aren\u2019t one-dimensional on offense.\u201d Sean Patrick Bowley contributed to this report.