HILLS WEST 2, COMSEWOGUE 1
Fraser leads dominant offense c Gets goal and an assist as Colts remain unbeaten
Aronica’s 2 goals keep Commack undefeated
c Friedl makes 15 saves to keep Warriors in game
BY ADAM RONIS
Donovan Fraser scored in the opening two minutes yesterday and it appeared that might be a recurring theme. The Half Hollow Hills West junior, along with his teammates, had a plethora of scoring opportunities. Fraser sent some shots over the net, others wide and hit a post. Those on net were stopped by goalkeeper Chris Friedl. The explosive Colts were held to two goals, but it was enough in a 2-1 home win over Comsewogue in Suffolk League IV boys soccer. “We had so many chances in the first half,” Fraser said. “We controlled the first half and we were flat in the second half. Two goals isn’t a disappointment, but we know we could have scored more.” Hills West (10-0, 6-0) scored 39 goals in its first nine games. The Colts could have added greatly to that total, but Friedl made 15 saves to keep the Warriors in the game. “He’s amazing,” Comsewogue coach Dan Costello said. “When he’s on his game, it’s tough to beat him.” Added Hills West coach Doug Gannon: “He was phenomenal. It was one of the best performances I’ve seen by a goalkeeper in a while.” Fraser set up the second goal by Justin Connor with 6:56 left in the first half. The Warriors (4-3, 4-1), whose 32-game league win streak was snapped, scored 12 minutes into the second half as Alex Healion headed in a pass from Jesse Inkles. Comsewogue, last year’s Class A state champion, now plays in Class AA. Hills West keeper Michael Primiano came out about 30 yards to challenge a Comsewogue attacker with 6:45 left in the game and headed the ball away, but Comsewogue got a shot on the open goal before Andrew McAlpine headed the ball away. It was one of the few times
PHOTO BY KATHLEEN MALONE-VAN DYKE
NEWSDAY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2010
Hills West’s Donovan Fraser goes airborne for header during win over Comsewogue that improved Colts’ League IV record to 6-0. Primiano got in the action as the Colts applied pressure all game. “It’s like that every game,” he said. “In the beginning of the season, I could have read a Harry Potter book back there. I have to get used to it, but when the playoffs come it’s going to be different.” It was the first pressure situation of the season for the Colts, who have dominated
league play. “The defense hasn’t really been tested and they’re very strong,” Gannon said. “We have experience back there and it helped in the last 15 minutes. It was a gritty win. We have to pass these tests. It could have been 5-0. I’m teaching my guys to put teams away. We saw a Comsewogue team that came to play.”
Max Aronica scored two goals, including the go-ahead score off a cross from Jack Miller with 17 minutes left as Commack topped Ward Melville, 3-1, in League I boys soccer yesterday. Miller finished with two assists and Adam Tamburello also scored for Commack (6-0), which retained sole possession of first place in the league. Steven Nworjih scored for Ward Melville, which drops to 5-2. Lindenhurst 2, Longwood 1: Hayri Altintas scored the winner with 14 minutes left in the second half for Lindenhurst (3-3) in League I. Jack Sumski gave Lindenhurst a 1-0 lead off a feed from Robert Zielinski in the first half. Anil Sire scored for Longwood (0-6). West Islip 3, Bay Shore 2: Sean Sepe scored tying goal in the 77th minute and the winner in overtime off a cross from Cameron Eiseman for West Islip (5-0) in League II. Justin Rivera and Carlos Martinez scored for Bay Shore. Bay Shore is 3-1-2. East Meadow 2, MacArthur 0: Joe Martinico scored in the 30th minute to give East Meadow (4-1) the 2-0 lead over MacArthur (0-5-1) in Conference II. Oscar Lopez also scored for East Meadow. Hector Guerrero had eight saves for East Meadow. Cold Spring Harbor 2, Oyster Bay 1: Garren Angacian scored in the 58th minute off a headed ball from Rich Pisano to lift Cold Spring Harbor (2-4) in Conference VIII. Nick Mosquin scored in the 13th minute, also off a feed from Pisano, to give Cold Spring Harbor a 1-0 lead. Oyster Bay is 1-3. GIRLS SOCCER West Hempstead 1, Valley Stream South 0: Olivia Czavar scored on a penalty kick in the 56th minute for West Hempstead (4-1-1) in Conference VI. Kim Velazquez had nine saves in her fourth shutout. Valley Stream South is 2-2. Babylon 2, Southampton 1: Carolanne Murphy scored on an assist from Emily Funk with 1:30 left in the first half to give Babylon (3-3) a 2-1 lead in
League VII. Shelby Fredericks also scored a first-half goal on a feed from Julie Piccione, and Hannah McGlinchy made five saves. Paris Hodges scored for Southampton (0-6). Hauppauge 5, Rocky Point 0: Stephanie Peragallo scored all five goals to lead Hauppauge (3-3-3) in non-league. Jessica Venturino added two first-half assists, and Diana Poulin made four saves for her fourth shutout of the season. Rocky Point is 1-5-1.
FIELD HOCKEY Carle Place 3, Sewanhaka 2: Bridget Kelly scored the winner with 12 minutes left in the second half for Carle Place (2-0) in Conference II. Taylor Martello and Taylor Ruscillo each added goals, and Leanna Ianucci made eight saves. Rosie Grogan and Courtney Pons scored for Sewanhaka (2-1-1). Bay Shore 1, Lindenhurst 0: Sarah Fuchs scored on an assist from Jill Defina with 12:16 left in the second half for Bay Shore (4-3) in Division II. Jasmine Robinson made two saves in the win. BOYS VOLLEYBALL Freeport 3, Oceanside 0: Marcos Luzon had 12 blocks and 15 kills and Manny Abreu had 12 kills, eight aces and six digs to lead Freeport (4-1) to a 25-20, 25-15, 25-16 win in Conference AA-II. Half Hollow Hills 3, Lindenhurst 0: James Barone had 10 kills, Chris Kaimis had 12 kills, Michael Degrazia had 17 kills and Remy Janco added 44 assists for Half Hollow Hills (5-0) in a 25-18, 25-20, 25-21 win. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Bethpage 3, Plainedge 0: Kayla Hatki had three aces and the winning block as Bethpage (3-1) rallied from an 11-21 deficit in the third set to defeat Plainedge 25-10, 25-22, 27-25 in Conference A-II. Katie Ferraro had three aces in the final set to tie the match at 25, Julianne Tierney had six kills and eight assists, and Stephanie Ross added four kills, three aces, and five assists. Eastport-South Manor 3, Harborfields 2: Frankie Dove had 15 kills and 26 digs, Catherine Havens had 32 digs, and Devin McKinnon added 29 assists for ESM in a 17-25, 20-25, 25-20, 26-24, 25-22 win. Lauren Broderick had 16 kills for Harborfields.
Published on Nov 23, 2011
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