Wildcats Stellar Defense Declaw Cougars

Jason Quintanilla (6) shown converting one of his 2 penalty kicks to lift the Wildcats to the championship game.
Jason Quintanilla (6) shown converting one of his 2 penalty kicks to lift the Wildcats to the championship game.
Robby Adomaites (3) and Ellian Chavez (11) were big contributors on the defensive side.
Robby Adomaites (3) and Ellian Chavez (11) were big contributors on the defensive side.
Andrew Ledbetter (16) and Anthony Paredes (15) were instrumental as part of a stellar defense that kept Commack off their high-scoring game.
Andrew Ledbetter (16) and Anthony Paredes (15) were instrumental as part of a stellar defense that kept Commack off their high-scoring game.
Darwin Quintanilla (17) and Anthony Rinaldi (18) round out a solid defense that came up big in front of Goalie Sean Rankel.
Darwin Quintanilla (17) and Anthony Rinaldi (18) round out a solid defense that came up big in front of Goalie Sean Rankel.
Whitman’s Herson Cisneros (2) and Nik Cerrito (7), both playing forwards against Commack, had an impressive day.
Whitman’s Herson Cisneros (2) and Nik Cerrito (7), both playing forwards against Commack, had an impressive day.
Sean Rankel who made 4 saves to seal the victory, was tested frequently and got tremendous support from his defensive teammates.
Sean Rankel who made 4 saves to seal the victory, was tested frequently and got tremendous support from his defensive teammates.

The Boys Varsity Soccer Team defeated Commack on Monday afternoon by the score of 2-1 in the Suffolk County semifinals. The Wildcats will make their 3rd appearance in the county finals in the last 5 years. The team will play Newfield on Thursday night at 6:30 P.M. Jason Quintanilla converted 2 penalty kicks to lift the Wildcats. The defense led by Robby Adomaites, Ellian Chavez, Andrew Ledbetter, Anthony Paredes, Anthony Rinaldi, and Darwin Quintanilla played stellar defense in front of Sean Rankel who made 4 saves to seal the victory. Chavez saved a potential tying goal for Commack when he headed the ball off the goal line. The Wildcats’ record stands at 16-3. Please come out and support the team at the Suffolk County Finals Championship game on Thursday night at 6:30 P.M. against Newfield at Diamond in the Pines in Coram.