High School Girls Soccer
Newsday.com covers the beautiful game on Long Island with our high school girls soccer blog.
We'll be unveiling members of the 2011 All-Long Island team each day this week with the full list appearing in Sunday's paper. Today's installment includes Sayville's Kim Marra, St. Anthony's Margo McGinty and Calhoun's Kristina Gandolfo.
Kim Marra, Sayville, Sr., Center Midfielder
The small school Player of the Year was the best player on the only perfect team in Suffolk during the...Read more »
Senior starters Kim Marra, Emily Meier and Connie Nielsen didn’t want to leave the field.
Sayville coach Joe Nasta called the loss his worst experience in coaching.
The unbeaten Golden Flashes, the defending county champs who came within a penalty shot of playing for a Long Island Championship last season, saw a dominant season come to a shocking end on Friday as they fell to No. 5 Islip,...Read more »
GIRLS SOCCER BIG 10 (Based on games played between Oct. 17 and 23)
1. Sayville (14-0): The defending county champs went 3-0 last week to remain the only team in Suffolk with a perfect record at 14-0. They outscored opponents 19-0, increasing the season total to 66-5, behind multi-goal games from Madison Hoon, Kim Marra and Amanda Famularo. The Samantha Bishop-led defense helped keeper...Read more »
St. Anthony's holds on to the top spot this week as the rest of the rankings get a shake up. Farmingdale, Sayvile, Northport and MacArthur bump up while West Islip slides down after falling to Northport.
1. St. Anthony's (8-0-4): Facing their toughest CHSAA opponent in Sacred Heart, the Friars emerged with a 4-1 win behind goals from Genevieve Crescenzo, Jessica Lucas, Reanna Marino and Margo...Read more »
St. Anthony's remains atop this week's Top 10 following a 3-0 week. West Islip, Sayville and Northport are battling for tops in Suffolk with the Lions and Tigers facing off on Tuesday. In Nassau, Farmingdale and Division have cemented themselves atop Class AA and A respectively while MacArthur is doing well and Massapequa is struggling.
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More postgame reaction from Sayville’s 4-1 win over Miller Place on Monday:
The Golden Flashes’ balance and depth was on display as they got goals from four different players - Julianne Johnston, Amanda Famularo, Amber Petrillo and Amy Gromling - three of which aren’t regular starters. Strong games from Madison Hoon (pictured), Jacqueline Christensen and Elizabeth Koehler...Read more »
In CHSAA, St. Anthony’s seems to be putting it together. In Suffolk, West Islip and Sayville continue to pile up convincing victories. In Nassau, Farmingdale takes over the top spot from Massapequa after defeating the defending state champions. A look at the top ten girls soccer teams across Long Island based on games played through Oct. 1:
1. St. Anthony's (4-0-4) -- The goals, and...Read more »
The top ten girls soccer teams on Long Island based on games played through Sept. 25. Now that we are fully entrenched in league play, there may be drastic changes begining next week as the best of the best begin to seperate from one another.
St. Anthony’s (1-0-4): The wins haven’t exactly come as expected just yet but the Friars remain unbeaten. St. Anthony’s finished...Read more »
Last Season: 12-0 (14-1), won Class A county championship
The league, and perhaps the county, is Sayville’s to lose. The Golden Flashes rode a strong sophomore class (and all-state seniors Dariann Sellitti and Kelly Santangelo) to a county title last season, and fell just short of a Long Island championship, losing to eventual state champion on penalty kicks. Sellitti...Read more »
The perfect blend of veterans and newcomers have combined to make Sayville a Class A powerhouse.
“It’s a good mix” Sayville coach Joe Nasta said. “The chemistry is good. It’s just a matter of putting in together day in an day out.”
What the Golden Flashes have put together is an unbeaten season en route to a League VI championship. The senior class...Read more »