try-out letter to HS Players 2016GOOD.pdfBoys Soccer Information Letter 2015 JV and Varsity 2016 Schedule.pdf LHS Boys Soccer Mobile App
**Boys Soccer Organized Team Activity (OTA) Dates:
Bring cleats, shinguards, water and a ball!!
Monday 8/15, 4:30-6PM @ South MS. Wednesday 8/17, 5:30-7PM @ South MS
The Boys Varsity Soccer Team had a challenging season but found found victory in the final regular season game with a 4-3 victory over Levittown-Division HS. Finishing with an overall record of 2-10-2 overall, we look forward to an improved 2016 campaign.
Congratulations to the following Owls who have been recognized for
2015 post season honors by Nassau County Boys Soccer:
Robert Anastasio (All County Honorable Mention)Matthew McVeigh (All Conference)Gavin Reid (All Conference)Anthony Molina (All Conference)Anish Mohile (Senior Scholar Athlete)Denis Cilingir (NSCAA Senior Excellence Award)Robert Anastasio (Nassau County Senior All Star Selection)
Welcome to another season of Owls Soccer. Please click on the link below for some important information regarding player meetings, training sessions, schedules and camp information:
Information about Boys 2015 Soccer Tryouts.docBoys Soccer Information Letter 2015Boys Soccer Schedule 2015.pdf
The Boys Varsity Soccer Team had a challenging season but found success downt he stretch as they found victory in their final 2 games of the season. Finishing with an overall record of 5-10 overall, the players returning have welcome the newcomers as preparations have begun for the 2015 soccer campaign .
Congratulations to the following Owls who have been recognized for post season honors by Nassau County Boys Soccer:
Alex Gimadiev (All County)Dylan O'Brien (All County Honorable Mention)Matias GArcia (All Conference)Robert Anastasio (All Conference)Robert Sitonio (All Conference)Nick Vivas (Senior Scholar Athlete)Erik Vivar (NSCAA Senior Excellence Award)Alex Gimadiev and Matias Garica (Nassau County Senior All Star Selection)
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Congratulations to the Lynbrook Owls who took home the championship trophy for the 3rd year in a row at the Mineola Mustang Cup. The Owls openned with a 3-2 victory over the Oyster Bay Baymen with Junior Rob Anastasio, Sophomore Anthony Molina and Senior Sebastian Campos all tallying a goal. Junior Anthony Neal started his first Varsity game and earned the victory with a 6 save effort. On Saturday, the Owls retuned to Mineola HS with eyes on defeating the Falcons of Locust Valley and bringin home the trophy for the third straight year. in the 45th minute, Rob Anastasio found the rebound off a Dylan O'Brien shot and put it home to score the eventual game winner; 1-0. Congratulations Owls on a great showing this weekend. Pictures from the weekend can be found under the In Season Photo Tab.
**Information about Fall 2014 Soccer Tryouts**
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Soccer Team for qualifying for the 2013 Post Season!!!
#18 LYNBROOK @ #15 HEWLETT-(WIN 2-1)
OCTOBER 23rd, 3:00pm, HEWLETT HS
In a rematch of the October 5th Soccer Day Game, the host Bulldogs got on the scoreboard in the 17th minutewhen Nolan Kim's shot beat Lynbrook's Patrick Doody (5 saves). The visiting Owls leveled the score in the 38th minute when Brendan Tedaldi finished off a corner kick served by Sasha Gimadiev. The second half wentthe Owls way almost from the start as they controlled most of the play. Junior Sebastian Campos-Peyrougave the Owls the lead and the eventual win when he was able to beat Hewlett's keeper Zachary Metz in the 77thminute. Lynbrook with the win advanced to the round of 16 where they face #2 seeded Lawrence HS; a rematch ofthe October 16th regular season match when the Golden Tornadoes found the net 3 times in a 0-3 loss for the Owls.
First Round of Playoffs(LOSS 0-1)
#18 LYNBROOK @ #2 LAWRENCE
OCTOBER 25th, 2:30PM, LAWRENCE HS
Having beat the Hewlett Bulldogs in an outbracket game, the Owls travelled to Lwarence HS to face off againsta familiar opponent in the Golden Tornadoes. Meeting for the 2nd time in less than two weeks, The visiting Owls felt they would have to do a better job defending if they were to beat the Conference A2 champs. The Golden Tornadoes had the better of play in the first 20 minutes as the Owls hoped to weather the speed and fast pacedLawrence team who took a strong wind at their back hoping to capitalize early. Lynbrook did a great job of defending Lawrence's best three players and generated a couple of strong opportunities in the first 40 minutes. As the half turned and the Owls took the wind at their back, they played with a great amount of confidence challenging everyball in the air and pressuring Lawrence on every opportunity. As it looked like the match would go into extra timewith 1:39 remaining in regulation, a soft shot by Francisco Quintanilla knucked off Patrick Doody's hands (3 saves)and rolled into the back right corner of the net. As time expired, so did the Owls season as they finished with arecord of 7-7-3.
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