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
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
No words were needed to describe the emotions of the Shoreham-Wading River girls soccer team Tuesday night.
Their swollen eyes and sad expressions said it all. READ
If this was a playoff game, it would have been considered an instant classic.
Like two prize fighters slugging it out, the two best high school girls soccer teams in Suffolk County League VI, if not Suffolk Class A, went head-to-head in Islip Thursday afternoon.
Not even a superlative performance by goalkeeper Julia Thomas could stop the onslaught by the Bay Shore High School girls soccer team Friday afternoon. READ
As she was leaving Thomas Cutinella Memorial Field Tuesday evening, Shoreham-Wading River junior goalkeeper Lydia Kessel dropped her cell phone.
It was the first and only time she could not handle something in her hands.
After playing more than 90 minutes of regulation and overtime of scoreless soccer, the Southold/Greenport and Bishop McGann-Mercy high school girls teams struck for goals less than three minutes apart Thursday.
The result was a 1-1 draw in the Suffolk County League VII opener for both teams in Southold.
This could turn out to be one special season for the Shoreham-Wading River High School girls soccer team.
The Wildcats return 10 seniors and lost only three players to graduation, so they are primed to go a long way.