Northport's Rosey Hayes (23) was involved in all three of...

Northport's Rosey Hayes (23) was involved in all three of her team's scores with an assist in the first half and two goals in the second half. (Oct. 11, 2011) Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

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 Olivia Coley-Bishop record her tenth shutout of the season.

2. Northport (10-1-1): The first-place Tigers’ week started with a scoreless draw against Sachem East. Kristin Desmond then had two goals and two assists in a 7-0 win over Central Islip and Rosy Hayes had two goals in a 4-1 win over Lindenhurst. It was the sixth multi-goal game of the season for Hayes, who has 15 goals this season.

3. Kellenberg (9-1-1): Kellenberg catapults up the rankings after a huge week. After a 2-0 win over Sacred Heart behind goals from Erica Berry and Amanda Calzolano and a 1-0 win over St. John the Baptist behind Bridget Westerman’s game winner with 1:30 to go, the Firebirds knocked off previously undefeated St. Anthony’s, 3-2. Carly Montgomery scored and had an assist in the win. Considering the Firebirds allowed a late goal in their 1-1 draw with the Friars earlier this season, Kellenberg came within 30 seconds of sweeping the season series with St. Anthony’s. A third match-up could be coming in the playoffs.

4. St. Anthony's (9-1-4): The Friars went 3-1 on the week, suffering their first loss since the CHSAA state championship game last fall. Stephanie Paloscio scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win over St. John the Baptist, Erin Hughes had two goals in a 6-0 win over St. Francis Prep and Marissa Kristy had two goals in a 6-0 non-league win over North Rockland. But the big news of the week was the 3-2 loss to Kellenberg, the lone team in CHSAA that St. Anthony’s was unable to defeat this season (1-1 draw in first meeting).

5. Farmingdale (11-1-2): The Dalers slide down a few notches after going 1-1-1 last week. A stunning loss to East Meadow on Monday was followed up by a 1-1 tie to Massapequa on Wednesday. Farmingdale dominated the first half against Massapequa and the weather was definitely not ideal. A win over Oceanside got the Dalers back on track in their quest for the Conference AA-I title.

6. West Islip (12-2): Nicole Pernicario kicked off the week with two goals and an assist in a 6-0 win over Bay Shore and Brooke Kerrigan scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Connetquot. But the Lions allowed a late goal in a 1-0 loss to Sachem East, which might cost them a shot at the League II title.

7. MacArthur (11-2): MacArthur won against the three weakest three teams in Conference AA-I (Baldwin, Hicksville and East Meadow) by a combined 12-0. Jenna Cozza picked up three clean sheets while only needing to make five saves.

8. Ward Melville (10-1-1): The Patriots march towards a League I title continues. Tara O’Hern scored the winner in a 1-0 win over Patchogue-Medford. Randi Knepper scored two goals and Catherine Smith scored the first goal of her varsity career in a 5-0 win over Floyd, which was the tenth shutout of the season for keeper Ally Ramos.

9. Division (11-0-2): Division had shutout victories against Seaford and New Hyde Park with a 1-1 tie to Garden City. Krista Fitzpatrick scored the game-tying goal in the Garden City game and Gina Fader notched another two shutouts.

10. South Side (8-2-2): The Cyclones stay in the top 10 after a 3-1 win over North Shore behind goals by Christina Klaum, Michalea Lynch and Keri Cavallo. But they also suffered 2-1 loss to Garden City with both Trojans goals coming in the second half.

On the bubble: East Islip (9-1-1), Sacred Heart (10-2-2), Hauppauge (10-1-1), Massapequa (6-3-5), Garden City (6-2-5), Smithtown West (9-2-2)

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