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CORTLAND, N.Y. - A bus filled with excited soccer players and a state championship plaque returned to Massapequa. A few hours later, a bus filled with excited soccer players and a state championship plaque returned to Massapequa.
CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The bus ride was silent during the long ride to Cortland. Center Moriches had heard about its opponent Marcellus -- how it had beaten teams by double digits, how it outscored opponents by over 100 goals in just 20 games, how its passing game was among the best in the state.
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.
When Julianne Johnston puts her best foot forward -- her right one -- good things happen. So when the Sayville star came in alone on net 20 minutes into Tuesday night's Suffolk A girls soccer title game, red-haired ponytail bouncing behind her, Johnston admitted, "I thought I had it."
Emily Fey's penalty kick clinches 'B' title for Center Moriches after both teams were equal at 1-1 heading into penalty kicks and the games being stopped due to darkness a day earlier.
Stony Brook erases two-goal deficit in final four minutes and captures Suffolk Class C title on penalty kicks, defeating Southold/Greenport 3-3 (3-1 PK) Friday night.
Meredith Jones third-minute goal was the only marker as Bellmore-JFK advances to Nassau semifinals for first time ever in 1-0 victory over Wantagh in the Nassau 'A' quarterfinals.
Seniors Kayla Cappuzzo and Taylor Sipos have been teammates on Calhoun's girls varsity soccer team for four years. No wonder their chemistry on the pitch was so evident in Tuesday's home playoff game.
Erin Neville looked around the field as her teammates attacked the goal. She found her target, took aim and fired with all of her strength. With perfect accuracy, she drilled a teammate with . . . a water balloon.
Coach Shannon McEntee was being bombarded with calls from scouts. Having caught a glimpse of Christina Klaum, they were eager to learn more about the South Side soccer star and, perhaps, begin the college courtship.
Throughout August, we will feature the top 30 athletes to watch in the 2013-14 season. Today's nominee is South Side's girls soccer player Christina Klaum.
Katie Ford scored the games only goal with 30:24 remaining in the second half to lead South Side to a 1-0 victory over Cornwall (16-2) in the girls Class A state semifinal at Tompkins Community College.
Katie Hudson scored twice as Cold Spring Harbor erupted for a four-goal first half to win the Nassau Class B girls soccer title with a 4-0 victory over Oyster Bay
The fate of Thursday's heavy schedule of high school playoff games will be decided this morning when Nassau and Suffolk officials evaluate conditions at schools and playing fields following Wednesday's nor'easter that brought rain, snow and heavy wind to Long Island.
Sacred Heart is moving on. A nail-biting 1-0 victory over fifth-seeded St. Francis Prep Wednesday in the CHSAA Class AA girls soccer play-in game propelled the fourth-seeded Lady Spartans to a semifinal matchup with top-seeded St. Anthony's at 3 p.m. Friday.