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St. Anthony's scored early, but Archbishop Molloy scored late as two of the top teams in the Tri-State battled to a 1-1 draw on Monday afternoon.
It's a battle of two of the top boys soccer teams in the Tri-State as Archbishop Molloy travels to St. Anthony's at 3 pm on News 12 Varsity.
The Jericho boys soccer team was held scoreless for the second straight game and South Side notched its fifth draw of the season as the squads squared off on Monday afternoon.
With 57 seconds remaining in regulation, the Bryan Sierra connected with Sean Mitchell for the go-ahead goal to give St. Anthony’s a 2-1 victory over Northport Monday at Cy Donnelly Field.
Jericho has shut down just about every team its faced this season, but South Side is looking to change that as the squads square off at 4:15 pm on Monday afternoon.
It's a battle of two of Long Island's best soccer teams as Brentwood and Commack square off on Thursday afternoon, both looking to maintain their undefeated record.
Justin Snyder notched the game-winner in the 62nd minute, lifting Jericho to a 2-1 victory over Garden City as the Jayhawks seized every on-field opportunity.
What should we expect in 2017? In short, a wide open season with no clear favorites in Suffolk, Nassau or the CHSAA. There are some intriguing storylines this fall and some special players who are certain to light up the pitch.
The 31-member class was announced at a press conference at the renovated Nassau Coliseum Wednesday morning. It is also where the County High School Athletics Hall of Fame will be housed.
After tying and falling in the previous two meetings, Chaminade knocked off St. Anthony’s 2-1 on senior Matt Vowinkel’s second goal of the game in the 104th minute to give the Flyers its second straight NSCHSAA title and 15th overall crown.
For the third time this season, St. Anthony’s and Chaminade face off on the pitch. St. Anthony’s won the last meeting on October 20, Ryan Carfora had the lone goal in that game. The first meeting of the year was a scoreless affair in Mineola.
A year ago Josue Martinez was the postseason hero for Amityville on its run to a New York State Class A title. The Warriors are now led by his cousin Marlon Martinez, who scored a pair of goals in a 4-0 win over Harborfields in the Suffolk ‘A’ title game at Diamond in the Pines Thursday afternoon.
Ventura made sure that was reality with a stunning second-half goal that helped lead fourth-seeded Brentwood to a 4-2 win over second-seeded Newfield in front of a raucous standing-room-only crowd at Diamond in the Pines Thursday night.
Joe Thomann recorded a goal and an assist and keeper David Futterman made nine saves leading Calhoun to a 2-1 victory over Hicksville in the Nassau Class AA semifinals.
Less than a minute later, the senior forward scored a brilliant equalizer and then set up Dom D’Angelo’s winner as the Friars rallied for a 2-1 victory Monday night at Cy Donnelly Field.
It’s a non-league class of Long Island boys soccer powerhouses as Massapequa takes on St. Anthony’s from Cy Donnelly Field Monday at 6 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
One of the best rivalries in the tri-state is renewed when Chaminade hosts St. Anthony’s in a battle of tri-state powerhouses Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The hour-long trip to Miller Place was a bit arduous, but thanks to a stunning headed goal by Zihal, the Tornadoes went home a happy bunch following a 1-0 win Tuesday afternoon.
After being down 1-0 and outplayed by Commack for the first half-hour of the match, Brentwood summoned junior forward Christopher Gutierrez off the bench looking for a spark. The Indians got much more than just a spark as they outlasted Commack 3-1 on the road on Wednesday afternoon.
A pair of perennial NSCHSAA powerhouses clash Thursday at 7 p.m. when St. Anthony’s hosts St. John the Baptist from Cy Donnelly Field live on News12Varsity.com.
It’s a league-opening showdown of Nassau County boys soccer powerhouses as Syosset takes on Massapequa from Burns Park Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
There are set pieces that are perfectly choreographed, when every minute detail rehearsed over and over again on the training ground. And then there’s what happened in the 68th minute of Syosset’s 1-0 win over Massapequa in both teams Nassau AA-1 opener Tuesday at Burns Park.
Every Tuesday, we will unveil the top 10 players from Long Island for the 2016-17 season. Next up is Chaminade boys soccer standout Matt Vowinkel
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 boys soccer.