Power rankings: HV/WE boys soccer (10/23)
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HV/WE boys soccer rankings (10/23)
Tigers wrapped up the regular season with a closer-than-expected 1-0 win over over Clarkstown North on Monday.
Admirals closed out the regular season with seven straight wins to capture the Conference 1-League B title.
Crusaders got revenge against rival Newburgh on Monday, scoring a 1-0 OT victory to seal their second straight OCIAA Division 1 championship.
Regardless of what happens in the playoffs, first-year coach Chris Dwyer deserves credit for leading the Red Raiders to one of their best regular season campaigns in recent memory.
Rams are sputtering a bit as the playoffs approach. They followed up a scoreless tie against Ossining with a 1-0 setback to Greeley on Monday.
Bobcats will look to avenge an early season loss to Port Chester and lock up the Conference 2-League A title on Tuesday.
Goldbacks have suffered back-to-back losses to Section 9 Class AA foes Middletown and Monroe-Woodbury.
Patriots, who suffered a shocking 3-2 OT loss to Ketcham last Wednesday, went 2-0-1 over their final three games to capture a third straight league crown.
Defending Section 1 Class A champs have to like where they stand after playing one of the most grueling schedules in Section 1.
High-scoring striker Joey Iraola will make the Indians a tough out in the Section 1 Class AA playoffs.