Benjamin Szemerenyi had a vision of what might transpire if he scored the golden goal for Chaminade in the CHSAA state final, but he never believed it could happen. On Sunday at St. John’s University’s Belson Stadium, Szemerenyi’s vision became reality. With just over six minutes remaining in the first 10-minute overtime, Chaminade forced a corner kick.
CORTLAND, N.Y. — The Babylon girls soccer team’s deepest run since 2004 ended Saturday night with a 3-0 defeat to Rochester Aquinas Institute in the Class B state semifinal at Cortland High School. Despite the loss, Babylon senior forward Olivia Maldonado was grateful for the season that the Panthers put together. “It was unforgettable,” Maldonado said. “I have been on the team for five years and we have tried to get here every year.
When Shane DeVincenzo began his first round at the Suffolk boys golf county championship on Thursday, he was just hoping to secure a spot in the state tournament, but after the round, his mindset changed. “Every year coming into the counties, the goal is to always make the top nine,” DeVincenzo said.
Ben Szemerenyi wins it for Chaminade with 5:58 remaining in the first overtime period! His corner kick deflected off the Regis goalkeeper and found the back of the net to give @Chaminade_HS its third straight title! Wow!
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Selecting a term
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