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Down a goal after 36 minutes and still not satisfied with pulling even by intermission, Lawrence’s boys’ soccer team put together its finest half of the season to win its fifth straight out of the gate, 6-1, at Valley Stream South. more
The freight train that’s South Side’s girls’ soccer program took a slight detour last fall when the Lady Cyclones (16-2-1), riding back-to-back state titles, were beaten by Garden City on penalty kicks in the Nassau County Class A championship game. more
After ending a lengthy playoff drought with a senior-laden team last year, Long Beach girls’ soccer is building toward future success in 2014 as younger players become the new leaders. more
For a second consecutive season, Lynbrook is off to terrific start on the soccer pitch. With last Saturday’s 3-0 victory over visiting Friends Academy, the Lady Owls improved to 4-0. more
First half scores by senior David Bungo and sophomore Domenico Maffei, both on assists from senior midfielder and co-captain Jason Bergman helped put Kennedy back on the winning track in a 2-1 victory over Sewanhaka in Nassau County Conference A-1 boys’ soccer last Monday. more
A rugged 2013 campaign that saw it celebrate just one victory appears light years away for Valley Stream South, which totaled seven goals in back-to-back Conference AB-2 boys’ soccer wins over Roosevelt and Lynbrook in a span of three days. more
Clarke opened up its Conference AB-II season with a 1-1 tie on Sept. 18, against a Manhasset team that it defeated in the opening round of last season’s Nassau County Class A girls’ soccer playoff tournament in a heart-stopping battle that went to penalty kicks. more
A year after capturing the Conference AB-3 girls’ soccer title and finishing 12-2-1 overall, West Hempstead is in rebuilding mode with almost twice as many underclassmen as upperclassmen in its starting lineup. more
Murphy’s Law has reigned supreme on the soccer pitch at Carey in 2014. Four starters were lost before the first match, the starting goalkeeper was banged up in the Conference A1 opener, and to make matters worse, the schedule-maker was rather cruel to the Seahawks. more
Losing four straight Conference AA-1 games out of the gate could take a toll on a young team with only two seniors in the starting lineup, but Oceanside girls’ soccer coach Marianna Winchester is optimistic things will turn around. more
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