The last week saw a few upsets in the boys soccer realm, thanks to dramatic goals from Lakeland's Kyle McHale and Mamaroneck's Cole DiCicco. However, few goals were as dramatic and timely as the one that Matt LaFortezza scored during Horace Greeley's tribute to a Casey Taub, a soccer player who passed away this summer from brain cancer. Check out what happened at that game, as well as the rest of the week's top plays, in the video above. This will be a weekly post.
Who says coaches are too conservative with play calling? Down 20-13 against Ketcham with 11 seconds left, Ossining managed to score to close the gap to within one point. But instead of kicking the PAT, Pride coach Dan Ricci opted to go for two. Isaiah Beltran's pass to Joshua Manning on the attempt would give Ossining a dramatic come-from-behind win. That sequence tops Week 3's #lohudfootball highlight reel.
A catch that would make Odell Beckham Jr. proud tops the list of Week 2's #lohudfootball highlights. Iona Prep's Sean Fleming contributed to the Gaels win over Bishop Hendricken in style, cooly snatching a lob pass from quarterback Derek Robertson for a 15-yard touchdown reception. Robertson's arm strength is also shown off in this week's video of top plays, along with a trio of impressive interceptions. Be sure to check them out! This will be a weekly post.
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Selecting a term
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