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Final Long Island Top 10

Brentwood's Giancarlo Luna, left, is about to pass

Brentwood's Giancarlo Luna, left, is about to pass the ball past an East Islip defender in the Suffolk high school boys soccer Class AA semifinal playoff game. Photo Credit: Photo by Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke

1. Brentwood (20-1-2): The Indians had an arduous road to winning the state championship for the second time in three seasons. They beat a good Scarsdale team in the state Class AA semifinals, 1-0. Johnathan Interiano scored and Herson Guzman made 11 saves. Brentwood beat Baldwinsville in the finals, 2-0. Interiano and Frank Guzman scored for the Indians. Brentwood appeared in the state finals for the fifth time in six seasons.

2. Chaminade (18-1-3): The Flyers won their fourth state championship and third CHSAA title in five seasons. Jon Stallone scored with 3:54 left in the second overtime in a 1-0 win over St. Francis Prep in the state final. Kory Seibt scored with 1:32 left in regulation in a 1-0 win over Iona Prep in the semifinals.

3. St. Anthony’s (15-2-3): The Friars lost in the CHSAA final to Chaminade, 1-0.

4. Sayville (20-1-1): Sayville won the state Class A championship with a 2-1 win in the final over Pittsford Mendon.

5. Commack (17-2-1): Commack lost in the county final to Brentwood and was the only team to beat the Indians this season.

6. Massapequa (12-4-3): The Chiefs were co-champions in Nassau Class AA and advanced to the LIC by winning on penalty kicks, 3-0.

7. Farmingdale (10-2-6): The Dalers were co-champions of Nassau Class AA with Massapequa and lost in penalty kicks.

8. Smithtown West (16-1-2): Smithtown West lost in the Suffolk Class AA semifinals.

9. Half Hollow Hills West (16-1): Hills West was undefeated until falling to East Islip in the Suffolk Class AA quarterfinals.

10. Friends Academy (15-1-2): The Quakers won the state Class C championship for the second consecutive season, outscoring opponents 8-2 upstate in two games.



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