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All summer long, MSGVarsity.com will bring you a recap of the past year in Long Island’s top high school sports. We’ll publish a new “Year in Review” article every Tuesday through August 19. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island boys soccer.
MSGVarsity.com's "Memorable Mondays" is a summer-long weekly series that reflects on the players, moments, matchups and storylines that made the 2013-14 high school season special.
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.
Michael Blumberg and the rest of the Jericho boys soccer team knew it wasn't going to be easy to three-peat as they entered Sunday's Long Island Class A championship game.
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.
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.
Scott Debenedittis scored in the final two minutes of play to power the number two Braves past Hicksville 2-1 and into the Nassau Class AA championship game.
After a scoreless regulation and two scoreless overtime periods, St. Anthony's defeated Chaminade by winning on penalty kicks, 4-1, Saturday night at Adelphi University.
Junior Sean Nealis buried a sweet header on a breakaway in the 28thminute to power the top-seeded Chiefs to a 1-0 win over Farmingdale and back into the Nassau Class AA title game.
Four goals in the second half helped top-seeded Mattituck defeat second-seeded Center Moriches 5-1 in the Class B Championship Game Saturday afternoon at Diamond in the Pines in Coram.
Dylan Klein scored a goal and assisted on Pat Browne's goal with 17:30 left to put No. 1 Carle Place ahead 3-1 for an eventual win over No. 2 Wheatley in the Nassau Class B final at Adelphi University.
Jericho continues its bid for a third straight New York State Class A boys soccer title Tuesday when it takes on host Lawrence in the Nassau ‘A’ quarterfinals Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Comsewogue junior James Thristino broke the school's record for most goals scored in a single season last night when he scored his 27th in the first half of a League V game at home against Harborfields.
With goals from six different players Wednesday afternoon, Brentwood defeated Floyd, 6-0, to capture the League I title in the last game of the regular season.
Two of the top boys soccer teams in Nassau County take the pitch when two-time defending NYS Class A champions Jericho face Garden City live on MSGVarsity.com Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
As one of Hicksville's leading goal scorers, T.J. Kilmetis couldn't have asked for a better pass from Storm Strongen during the Comets' rivalry game with Farmingdale Tuesday.
It’s a Suffolk County boys soccer showdown as Half Hollow Hills East will look to avenge last month’s double overtime loss to Sachem North as the League II foes meet Tuesday at 4 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
After Massapequa scored the first goal midway through the second half, Chaminade's Andrew Dorritie, who never stops shouting instruction and support, loudly barked, "This game's not over.''
Mattituck goalkeeper Stephen Ostrowski spent the majority of the summer performing an advanced exercise routine in an effort to improve his strength, agility and flexibility. He said he even dropped 10 pounds.
On Friday, September 20, the Deer Park boys varsity soccer team faced a scrappy Huntington team in a League IV showdown. Deer Park looked to bounce back from a devastating loss to newcomers East Islip, on Wednesday, September 18.
Throughout the month of August, we will highlight the top 30 athletes to watch during 2013-14. Today we focus on Syosset boys soccer player Scott DeBenedittis.
Suddenly, those hot summer practices don’t seem that bad. Then again, nothing is ever that bad after winning a national title. A 2-0 victory over Georgia’s GSA Phoenix on Sunday sewed up the Under-16 National Championship for Smithtown Arsenal at the US Youth Soccer National Championships that began July 23 in Overland Park, Kansas.