The Shoreham-Wading River girls soccer team has been so dominant this season that it only had to overcome a deficit twice.
In the Suffolk County Class A final Wednesday night, the Wildcats were called on to accomplish that feat twice under extreme pressure. READ
Shoreham-Wading River coach Russ Mitchinson certainly liked what he had seen in his team’s 5-1 home victory over Riverhead in non-league boys soccer action on Tuesday afternoon.
Anthony Guzzone scored one goal and assisted on another. Joseph Daleo, Michael Lapedota, Robert Marigliano and Kyle Michaelson also added tallies for the Wildcats (8-3-1). READ
Before her high school girls soccer team took on Babylon, coach Meaghan Macarthur realized Bishop McGann-Mercy would be in for a challenging Tuesday afternoon.
The Shoreham-Wading River boys soccer team learned a difficult lesson Friday, even when school wasn’t in session. READ
The scoreboard at the Pulaski Sports Complex displayed a final score of 5-0 in favor of the visiting Lindenhurst High School girls soccer team over Riverhead Thursday.
But Blue Waves coach Brian Cunningham saw something else — progress. READ
With 8 minutes, 47 seconds remaining in a tied game against rival Elwood/John Glenn, Shoreham-Wading River’s Nicky Constant found herself on a breakaway against goalkeeper Olivia Mule.
The junior forward didn’t shoot it hard enough and Mule saved the attempt. READ
The result didn’t matter, only the health of Angel Camarillo did.
The Riverhead High School boys soccer team dropped a 4-0 loss in its Suffolk County League II opener on the Blue Waves’ first game on their turf field Tuesday afternoon at the Pulaski Sports Complex. But they were more concerned about the senior goalkeeper, who suffered an apparent head injury. READ
Shoreham-Wading River lost 10 players to graduation, but don’t cry for the Wildcats. They still are expected to be one of the top girls soccer teams in League VI if not all of Suffolk County. READ