The girls soccer season on Long Island is just around the corner and we can’t wait for the opening kickoff. After a memorable fall of 2016, there are a few intriguing storylines, and some major players returning, for the 2017 campaign.
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Behind freshman Neel Rajesh and eighth grader Kabir Rajpal at first and second singles, the top-seeded Braves defeated No. 3 Roslyn, 5-2, to cap its second straight undefeated championship season.
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NASSAU AA-I 1. UNIONDALE KNIGHTS Coach: Tom Diana Key players: G Shomari Redd 6-1; G Marvin Lawrence 5-7; G Kyle Harding 6-0; F Talek Butler 6-2; F Najee Peters 6-4 Outlook: Redd, one of the county's best, could lead the quick and tough defensive team to another appearance in the county final. 2.
NASSAU AA-I 1. MASSAPEQUA CHIEFS Coach: Shari Roessler Key players: G Olivia Batista 5-8; G Bianca Furci 5-8; F Carmela Gampero 5-9; F Megan McCabe 5-10; F Melanie Hingher 6-1 Outlook: Nassau AA runner-up returns most of its core, including Hingher and McCabe, who control the paint. 2. FREEPORT RED
1. LAWRENCE GOLDEN TORNADOS 2013 Record: 11-1 Coach: Joe Martillotti, 5th Season KEY PLAYERS Jordan Fredericks RB/DB, 5-11, 200, Sr. Simon Jones RB/LB, 6-1, 245, Sr. Mike Spinelli DE/TE, 6-1, 230, Sr. Melik Mavruk DT/OT, 6-2, 265, Sr. Sean Moran QB/DB, 5-11, 185, Sr. ABOUT THE TORNADOS Fredericks
NASSAU CONFERENCE A SYOSSET BRAVES Coach: John Calabria 2014 record: 13-5 Key players: Alex Concannon, A, Sr. Mac O'Keefe, A, Jr. Michael Hatzopoulos, M, Sr. Lucas Cotler, M, Jr. Michael Elardo, M, So. Outlook: The preseason favorite to win the county title has entered its second year of a newly
Behind the strength of its strong defense and three different scorers, second-seeded Roslyn defeated No. 6 Great Neck South, 3-0, Sunday in a Nassau Class A boys soccer semifinal at Farmingdale State College.
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Post-game sprints are not the norm for Locust Valley, though they have been recently. Out of respect for his opponents, McFarland pulled his starters by halftime each of the last two weeks, leading 47-0 against Roslyn and 28-0 against Valley Stream South. To help his players prepare for a full, ...