Meet Newsday's 2010 All-Long Island boys soccer team. Compiled by Adam Ronis and James Crepea.
LI Player of the Year
A natural defender, Parker played all over the field to help lead Hicksville (16-1) to the county semifinals. Whatever position he played, he dominated. He had 24 goals and five assists and was named the state Player of the Year. He will play at St. John’s and is on the All-Long Island team for the second straight season.
Suffolk Player of the Year
Guzman played his best in the biggest games. He scored in the Class AA state championship, the Long Island Class AA championship, and the Suffolk Class AA final. He had 15 goals and 13 assists and was a part of two state championship teams and three Long Island championship teams.
Half Hollow Hills West
Fraser had 17 goals and 16 assists for Half Hollow Hills West, which was the No. 1 seed in the Suffolk Class AA playoffs and was undefeated before losing in the quarterfinal round. Fraser has 31 goals and 45 assists in his career.
Butwin was one of the premier offensive players in Nassau, scoring 17 goals to go with five assists. He scored both of Wheatley’s goals in the county final to lead the Wildcats (11-4-2) to a Nassau Class B championship.
A versatile player who was a threat on both sides of the ball, Edwards had seven goals and nine assists. He led a Sayville (20-1-1) defense which held opponents to four goals with 19 shutouts en route to the state Class A title.
Flores was the linchpin for a terrific defense that had six shutouts in seven games during the postseason. He missed the only game in which the Indians allowed goals. Flores was a part of two state championships and three Long Island championships.
Joseph was a four-year starter for Commack (17-2-1), a Suffolk AA finalist. His defensive prowess was key to the Cougars, who won their second straight League I title.
Berotti posted 13 shutouts in 17 games and allowed just three goals, including one on a penalty kick. He was instrumental in leading the Flyers to the CHSAA state championship. He will play at Fordham.
Wendelken was a cornerstone of the St. Anthony’s defense that allowed just four goals in 20 games. He was a captain and scored five goals for the Friars.
Slotnick scored 28 goals in helping Friends Academy to the state Class C championship for the second consecutive season. He had four goals and two assists in four playoff games. Slotnick scored 66 goals in four seasons.
LoManto was a captain of nationally-ranked St. Anthony’s (15-2-3), leading the Friars to first place in the CHSAA regular season. He led the team in scoring with 13 goals and added seven assists.
Roulis sent a direct kick into the box that led to the lone goal with 1:32 left in the game and made a goal-line save with less than two minutes left in a 1-0 win over Iona Prep in a CHSAA semifinal. Roulis scored on a free kick from 40 yards in the final minute to give Chaminade a 1-0 win over St. Anthony’s in the CHSAA championship game and anchored a defense that allowed no goals in four playoff games. He will attend Dartmouth.
Nassau Coach of the Year
Suffolk Coach of the Year
The 2010 All-Long Island boys soccer team, as selected by Newsday.