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.
Crunch time is Ryan Herrmann time.
Herrmann has done it again. And by that, we mean win another high school boys soccer game for Southold. 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.
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.
Forget for a moment win-loss records, standings and playoff scenarios. Sometimes a team just needs a win to boost morale and build confidence.
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.
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.
Sporting a yellow Brazilian national team replica jersey with the name and number of Neymar on its back, Sean Charters on his first day as coach did not give his Greenport High School boys soccer team an opportunity to kick the ball around as the superstar does.
While they did not win a Suffolk County title, the boys soccer teams of Mattituck, Southold and Greenport high schools did garner some postseason recognition at the county awards dinner in Holbrook earlier this month. READ