High School Girls Soccer
Newsday.com covers the beautiful game on Long Island with our high school girls soccer blog.
It certainly wasn’t easy narrowing down the talent in Suffolk to eleven players. But below are my pre-season starting 11 for Suffolk girls soccer, comprising what I like to call the Suffolk Girls Soccer Dream Team. The selections incorporate all four classes in the county and are based on position and the opinion of one man.
The Nassau Dream Team will be released later this week. If...Read more »
Last Season: 10-2 (11-3), won county championship
Just two years removed from a Class C state championship, it will be a rebuilding year for the Bears of Stony Brook. The core of the championship team, namely Donna Liotine and Michelle Hennessy who are now teammates at Adelphi, has moved on but the team has been left in good hands. With nine seniors lost, the rebuilding process...Read more »
Last Season: 9-2-1 (12-3-1), lost 4-0 to West Islip in semifinals
It’s not how the Bulldogs start, it’s how they finish. After getting off to a 2-3 start last season, North Bab didn’t lose another game until the county semifinals, which the Bulldogs have qualified for the past two seasons. A third straight trip to the semis is entirely possible with first-team...Read more »
Last Year: 8-4 (9-6), lost 1-0 to West Islip in quarterfinals
East Islip is the home of one of the top girl’s soccer talents in the nation. The Notre Dame-bound Cari Roccaro, who is a member of the U-17 women’s national team, was named Suffolk Class AA Player of the Year and an All-American last season and her presence makes the Redmen one of the favorites in Suffolk...Read more »
Last Season: 8-1-3 (12-1-3), lost to Smithtown East on penalty kicks in county championship game
Until a Class AA county championship game is played without West Islip, they will remain the favorite in what is the most stacked league in Suffolk this season. Seeking a fourth straight trip to the county title game, the Lions return 11 seniors and 18 players overall from a team...Read more »
There is one simple question fueling the Half Hollow Hills West girl’s soccer season: “How will we be remembered?”
Although the slogan applies to the entire team, it’s dedicated to a group of five seniors - Lauren Casadonte, Tiarra Barbarito, Jackie DiMaria, Lauren Pabisch, and Bryce Kristall – who are concluding their four-year stay as varsity starters.
Half...Read more »