How Mattituck fares against Bayport-Blue Point in the upcoming Suffolk County Class B girls volleyball playoffs just might come down to home-court advantage.
Two weeks ago, the Tuckers surprised the defending state champions at home, 3-1, in a League VII match. READ
Ryan Herrmann rescued Southold with a dramatic goal with 69 seconds remaining in regulation time to boost his high school boys soccer team into a 1-1 tie at Pierson/Bridgehampton Thursday afternoon, but coach Andrew Sadowski wasn’t celebrating.
If there is a Suffolk County League VII girls soccer team that can overcome the Babylon juggernaut, the squad hasn’t stepped forward yet.
The Panthers claimed another victim Thursday afternoon, registering a 4-1 home victory over Mattituck. READ
After depositing the ball into the back of the net to give Southold a dramatic 3-2 overtime win over Mattituck Friday, captain Ryan Herrmann expressed his emotions about scoring a game-winning goal.
The Mattituck High School girls soccer team continued to share the wealth as four players found the back of the net in its 4-1 win over host Smithtown Christian in a Suffolk County League VII game Monday. READ
A big second-half carried Southold to a high school boys soccer victory over Smithtown Christian Wednesday afternoon.
The First Settlers scored three times as they registered a 5-2 victory in the Suffolk County League VIII game in Smithtown.
The calendar might have said Sept. 7, but Southold/Greenport’s celebration was more suited for towards the end of October.
Immediately after the final whistle, the First Settlers girls soccer team celebrated as though they won the Suffolk County Class C crown instead of an early regular-season game against Mattituck in Greenport Thursday night. READ
Junior Alp Kilinc tallied twice within a 17-second span in the second half to break open a tied game and lift Mattituck to a 4-1 victory over Greenport in a non-league high school boys soccer game on Saturday night.
Stephen Lirosi figured he could not be in a better situation while taking over the reins of the Mattituck High School girls soccer program.
“If there was any scenario to come into, this was the best scenario,” he said. “It’s definitely a blessing to move into an organization like Mattituck. It’s a matter of setting the pieces in motion.”
The Mattituck High School boys soccer team has its work cut out for itself this season.
Every team in League VII reached either the Suffolk County Class A or Class B playoffs last season. That includes Class A power Elwood/John Glenn and Class B champion Center Moriches.