Today in sports: Mattituck girls soccer, Greenport v-ball host games

10/27/2011 10:06 AM |

GARRET MEADE FILE PHOTO | Mattituck goalkeeper Stephanie Reisenberg tried to take the ball off the foot of Center Moriches' Samantha Fitzgerald while Mattituck's Shannon Gatz offered support.

Only two games are on the schedule this afternoon as the regular season winds down for most teams this fall season.

In girls soccer Mattituck will host Hampton Bays at 4 p.m. for what could be a rainy game. The Tuckers come into today at 6-6-1 in League VII and will look to finish with a winning record in league. Overall the Tuckers are 8-6-1. Hampton Bays, meanwhile, has struggled at 2-11 in league and 2-12-2 overall.

Mattituck had little trouble in its first meeting against the Baymen, winning 6-0 behind a hat trick from Liz Lasota.

The Tuckers come into today off a 4-0 win over Babylon Tuesday when Lasota scored twice with an assist.

The only other local game today is at 4:30 p.m. when Babylon travels to Greenport/Southold in girls volleyball in non-league.

Greenport is sitting at 5-6 in League VIII in a three-way tie with McGann-Mercy and Port Jefferson, two teams that play each other today. Babylon plays in League VII and has struggled at 1-10. But the Panthers have won all six non-league matches for a 7-10 overall record.

Greenport closes out the regular season Tuesday at Center Moriches.