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Baldwin seeks strong finish
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Senior Peter Rafferty returned to playing defense for Baldwin but still managed a goal in last week's 4-1 conference win over East Meadow. Port Washington at Baldwin Boys Soccer Photo by Steven Ryan.

Baez, Jeremy Hui, and Carlos Padilla are playing stifling defense, Palumbo said, and junior goalkeeper Jake Sable has made the most of his opportunity. Baez, a senior, usually draws the toughest defensive assignment but against East Meadow it was Hui who held Jets standout forward Billy Walsh in check.

Baldwin’s offensive front can still be dangerous without Rafferty doing full-time work. White’s blazing speed led to a pair of golden scoring opportunities against East Meadow, including one shot that clanged off the post. “Malik can run past anybody on through balls,” Palumbo said. “If we need to, we can always drop him back on defense to give Peter or one of the other guys a breather.”

The Bruins travel to Port Washington on Oct. 10 at 4:30 p.m.

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