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Despite trailing by a goal at halftime, Port Jefferson had more chances to get on the board and finally exploded for four unanswered goals in the second half, three from midfielder Brittany Fazin, to clinch the program’s second straight NYSPHSAA ‘C’ title with a 4-1 win over Geneseo at SUNY Cortland Sunday afternoon.
For the past three years, the NYSPHSAA championship trophy had a home on Long Island. However, after Sunday afternoon, the hardware will move to Hudson Valley. Led by the Fieghan sisters, Arlington knocked off Massapequa 2-1 in double overtime in the NYSPHSAA title match at SUNY Cortland.
In a year that saw hard nosed soccer, a tri-state power ranking and Long Island championship. Garden City’s NYSPHSAA title hopes came to a close as the Trojans lost to Jamesville-Dewitt 2-0 in the state 'AA' semifinal at Tompkins Community College Saturday afternoon.
Despite trailing at halftime for the fourth consecutive game, Massapequa righted the ship and stood the course in its 3-1 win over Niskayuna in the New York State semifinal at Tompkins Community College Saturday morning.
For the fourth straight year Massapequa punched its ticket for a trip upstate after defeating Northport 3-2 in the girls soccer ‘AA’ Long Island championship at Joe Danzi Stadium Friday evening.
Garden City only scored six goals in this year’s postseason, but because of solid defensive play the Trojans didn't allow a goal en route to winning the class ‘A’ girls soccer Long Island championship as they downed Mt. Sinai 1-0 at Joe Danzi Stadium Friday evening.
In the final round of the shootout and after 110 tense scoreless minutes, Kelly George converted the winning penalty kick to lift Garden City over South Side in the Nassau Class A final Tuesday night at Cold Spring Harbor HS.
The Nassau Class AA boys soccer title is on the line when third-seeded Calhoun faces top-seeded Massapequa from Hofstra University Wednesday at 5 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The Nassau Class AA girls soccer title is on the line when second-seeded Calhoun faces top-seeded Massapequa from Cold Spring Harbor HS Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
It might’ve taken more than 80 minutes, but despite blowing a two-goal lead, Mt. Sinai’s Casey Schmitt picked up her first hat trick of the season as the Mustangs outlasted Harborfields 3-2 in double overtime at Joe Danzi Stadium Tuesday evening to win its first Suffolk ‘A’ championship.
And on the first day of November, Breslin scored a pair of goals in a 5-1 win over Calhoun in the Nassau Class AA title game Tuesday at Cold Spring Harbor HS.
Despite being outnumbered in every statistical category, Northport emphasized quality and not quantity to down Smithtown West 3-0 in the Suffolk ‘AA’ finals at Danzi Stadium Tuesday evening.
After watching her team lose in penalty kicks to Islip in last year’s Long Island Championship from the sideline, Donovan netted her second goal of the game on a penalty kick in the 74th minute to give Garden City a 2-1 victory over Manhasset at Warren King Field Tuesday afternoon.
For the second time this season, St. Anthony’s and Sacred Heart meet on the pitch. On Sept. 21, St. Anthony’s beat Sacred Heart 1-0 on a goal by Sam Gordon.
After playing a scoreless first half, Islip’s Hannah Franco broke the scoreless deadlock with a pair of goals to help Islip sidestep Shoreham-Wading River 2-1 at home Thursday afternoon.
Massapequa (3-0) turned a tied game into a rout by scoring four times in an eight-minute span in the second half. Breslin, the reigning New York State Player of the Year, had a hand in three of them.
Every Tuesday, we will unveil the top 10 players from Long Island for the 2016-17 season. Next up is South Side two-sport standout Alex McNicholas
All summer long, MSG Varsity brings 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 Thursday. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island girls soccer.
Every Tuesday, we will unveil the top 10 players from Long Island for the 2016-17 season. First up is Massapequa girls soccer standout Hope Breslin