Boys Soccer Wins Big!

Junior Midfielder Michael Lorello, (10) possesses a high soccer IQ and with excellent ball control.
Junior Midfielder Michael Lorello, (10) possesses a high soccer IQ and with excellent ball control.
Fabrizio Chamorro, (7) a junior forward, stepped up and had a big game against Connetquot with 2 goals.
Fabrizio Chamorro, (7) a junior forward, stepped up and had a big game against Connetquot with 2 goals.
Senior Carlos Granados (18) moved the ball at will and had an assist on the day.
Senior Carlos Granados (18) moved the ball at will and had an assist on the day.
Sophomore Blake Aronson’s speed helped keep ball possession as well as earning himself a goal
Sophomore Blake Aronson’s speed helped keep ball possession as well as earning himself a goal
Senior Oscar Alfaro (21) netted 1 goal and added an assist on a successful day.
Senior Oscar Alfaro (21) netted 1 goal and added an assist on a successful day.
Junior forward Witman Hernandez (17) showcases total ball control that netted him a goal in the 7-1 win against Connetquot.
Junior forward Witman Hernandez (17) showcases total ball control that netted him a goal in the 7-1 win against Connetquot.

The Boys Varsity Soccer Team kept rolling with a 7-1 defeat of Connetquot on Tuesday afternoon. With the win, the Wildcats' record stands at 4-2 overall. Fabrizio Chamorro opened the scoring less than a minute into the game and would add another later. Whitman’s quick scoring wasn’t a surprise to the coaching staff who know that their team has the potential for explosive play. “We were able to capitalize on a few for their mistakes,” said varsity coach John DiGiacomo after the game. “All of the kids played outstanding today.”  Michael Lorello controlled the field while scoring 2 goals and adding 1 assist. “We’ve moved Michael around a little and defensively he’s lights-out,” added coach DiGiacomo.

Oscar Alfaro netted 1 goal and added an assist as well. Blake Aronson and Witman Hernandez each added 1 goal apiece. Carlos Granados and Jose Chavez also chipped in with assists. Derick Ramos and Sean Zagorski played solid defense in front of keepers Austin Salas, Shane Sacks and Jonathan O'Toole. “The kids worked hard and we moved the ball extremely well, which coach Brian Karcz and myself are very happy about,” said coach DiGiacomo.  After a couple early season hick-ups, the boys are back, and beginning to play closer to their potential. “We’ve had to make some adjustments, especially after loosing our outstanding senior defenseman Albert Martinez who collided with a Northport player a week earlier, but hopefully he will be back soon, and the moves we made will result in a successful season and get us into the playoffs.” 

 

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The Wildcats are away at Hills East on Monday.  Please come out and support the team at their next home game on Wednesday (10/1) vs Bayshore at 4:45.

 

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The Boys Varsity Soccer Team got back to their winning ways by blanking Lindenhurst by the score of 3-0. Witman Hernandez got the Wildcats on the board in the 7th minute off a cross from Michael Lorello. Witman netted his 2nd goal of the game off a pass from Blake Aronson. Oscar Alfaro finished up the scoring off an assist by Carlos Granados. Austin Salas made his first career start and recorded his first career shutout while making 3 saves.