Rays of sunlight pierced through the clouds overhead during sporadic rain. Someone suggested that perhaps that was an encouraging sign that the Riverhead High School boys soccer team has a bright future ahead of it.
“I think so,” coach Evan Philcox said. “There’s some symbolism there.” READ
They’re young and undersized, but the Shoreham-Wading River Wildcats are also soccer savvy and headed to the playoffs.
For a high school boys soccer team to lose 11 players (about half of whom were starters) from last year and return with only four seniors, that can be a worrisome thing for a coach. Russ Mitchinson was concerned, and he had good cause to be.
Or at least he thought he did. READ
Shoreham Wading-River boys soccer head coach Russ Mitchinson certainly has his work cut out for him early on this season.
The Wildcats graduated 11 players. Only four seniors return to the Suffolk County League VI team. READ
Five days prior to the first bell of the school year, there already were some tough lessons learned by the Riverhead High School boys soccer team on Friday morning.
During the Blue Waves’ season-opening 7-0 defeat to Northport, those lessons included clearing the ball away from the front of the net, being better organized on defense and playing more possession ball. READ
Sometimes in order to fully appreciate where it is, a team needs to reflect on where it has been.
The Shoreham-Wading River High School boys soccer team had gone through the ringer, and that was only last year. Since then, however, the scars from that 2-13-1 season have healed nicely.
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
The Shoreham-Wading River boys soccer team learned a difficult lesson Friday, even when school wasn’t in session. 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