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MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. - If any added pressure exists for the Jericho boys soccer team to capture a third straight Class A state championship, the Jayhawks seem to be thriving on it.
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. -- Friends Academy boys soccer coach Marshall Lindner really liked the way his Quakers played in their win over Haldane in the Southeast Regional final.
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. - What an incredible two days for Dylan Nealis. A day after scoring the winning goal in Massapequa's Class AA state semifinal, Nealis did it again.
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. - Two bad hips weren't enough to stop Dylan Klein from making sure Carle Place left Faller Field at Middletown High School Saturday one win away from a state boys soccer championship.
Dan Vitiello had the best seat in the house as he watched his Massapequa boys soccer team put in one goal after another in the Long Island Class AA boys soccer championship Sunday.
A county championship for the third straight season was always attainable for the Jericho boys soccer team as far as seniors Jack Roberts and David Greenbaum were concerned.
Michael Gromling scored an early goal and top-seeded Sayville, ranked No. 7 in the MSG Varsity Long Island boys soccer poll, held on for a 1-0 victory over John Glenn in the Suffolk Class A final on Thursday night at Dowling College.
Syosset's Scott DeBenedittis scores a goal off an assit from Matt Zipkowitz in the second half to give Syosset the 2-1 lead with less than 2 minutes remaining.
Carle Place senior Billy Chiappone said he couldn't stop daydreaming during his half-day at school Tuesday morning, imagining several scenarios about how his boys soccer team would play in the Class B Long Island championship.
If you stood close enough to some of the Central Islip boys soccer players on the field after a Suffolk Class AA semifinal Monday, you might have noticed tears.