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The Glen Cove boys’ soccer team, one year removed from winning the Nassau Class A and Co-Long Island championships, return to play this year looking to once again cause a ruckus in Conference A-2. Through its first six league games, the Big Red begin the new season 3-1-2. more
Even on a day when its offense was unable to finish, East Meadow stretched its unbeaten streak to three games — all on the road — in Nassau Conference AA-I girls’ soccer by settling for a scoreless draw at Hicksville on Sept. 13. more
The Valley Stream North girls’ soccer team entered the 2016 season as a team on the rise after a tough overtime loss in the first round of the previous year’s Nassau Class A playoffs. more
Adapting under new coach James Raucci last season, Calhoun coalesced at an opportune moment, surging through the playoffs into the Nassau Class AA girls’ soccer final – where, at last, forward Annie Coogan’s solitary goal was not enough to counter eventual Long Island champion Massapequa, as Calhoun reached the end of the line in a 5-1 loss. more
With 12 players gone from last year’s South Side girls’ soccer team, it would be easy to call the 2017 season a rebuilding year for the program. But new coach Jennifer Herman refuses to see it what way. more
Facing an unrelenting Conference AB-I girls’ soccer schedule with a relatively young roster, Lynbrook has its work cut out in 2017 but has shown plenty of progress through the first three games under coach Lisa Goodman. more
On the heels of an improved 2016 season, Seaford boys’ soccer is looking for continued progression. Seaford rebounded from a two-win 2015 campaign to finish 5-6-1 last year and is striking for a winning record this fall. more
Wantagh’s boys’ soccer head coach Tom Liguori is looking for improved team chemistry this fall and saw early signs of unity in the face of adversity. more
A young team took to the soccer pitch at Oceanside in 2016, and, despite having a signature win over perennial-power Massapequa, found itself in the win column on just two occasions. The Lady Sailors were in nearly every match, but finding the back of the net was a challenge all season long. more
Graduating 11 contributors from last year’s playoff team could make for a challenging 2017 for Baldwin girls’ soccer, but coach Darius Burton likes the mix of veterans and underclassmen on a roster 19-deep. more
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