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9th Annual Section I vs Section IX Day in Soccer @ Lakeland
9.00 Mamaroneck v Monroe Woodbury
11.00 Bronxville v Spackenkill
1.00 Byram Hills v Cornwall
3.00 Scarsdale v Goshen
5.00 JJEF v NFA
7.00 Lakeland v Beacon
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Week #3 RECORD Last Week
1 Amityville-11 7-0-1 1
2 Tappan Zee-1 8-0-0 2
3 Floral Park-8 5-0-0 3
4 Glens Falls-2 8-0-0 8
5 Williamsville E-6 9-0-0 9
6 Aquinas Institute-5 8-0-1 6
7 Westhill-3 6-0-2 4
8 Williamsville S-6 7-1-0 5
9 Wayne-5 7-1-0 10
10 Peru-7 6-1-1 11
11 Shoreham/WR-11 7-1-1 12
12 Pearl River-1 5-0-2 NR
13 Locust Valley-8 5-0-1 17
14 Harborfields-11 6-2-0 20
15 New Hartford-3 6-1-0 15
16 John Glenn-11 6-1-0 14
17 Lady of Lourdes-9 4-0-2 20
18 Ichabod Crane-2 6-0-0 NR
19 Lewiston-Porter-6 7-1-1 13
20 Lakeland-1 6-2-1 NR
20 South Jefferson-3 6-1-0 NR
Here is the 2023 lohud Elite 11 Boys Soccer Team
Rockland/Westchester Journal News
The first seven or eight picks are usually obvious.
Filling in the last three or four names is always the hard part and narrowing these all-star lists typically requires some outside counsel. The coaches sent us detailed nominations and observations. Here are the players we ultimately settled on. These returning headliners all have impressive skills and competitive resumes.
Watch list: These are the lohud Elite 11 candidates
Rye’s Tommy Broderick scores while falling after beating Yorktown goalie J.P. Frucco to the ball during a varsity soccer game at Yorktown High School Sept. 12, 2022. Yorktown defeated Rye 4-1.
2023 lohud Elite 11
What makes Tommy elite: He is an energetic finisher who burst onto the scene last year with 23 goals and 12 assists, earning all-section honors. Broderick is deadly in scramble situations.
What makes Connor elite: He covers the ground between the boxes with intensity and enthusiasm. Daly is an initiator who can turn the tide with each takeaway. He was named all-section last fall.
What makes Brandon elite: He possess the strength to win the ball anywhere on the field and the determination to finish in any scenario. Danhoolal had 23 goals and 12 assists last year, earning all-state and all-section honors.
Scarsdale’s Lorenzo Galeano (11) and John Jay’s Oliver Broun (24) battle for ball control during boys soccer playoff action at Scarsdale High School Oct. 27, 2022. Scarsdale won the game 4-2.
What makes Lorenzo elite: He’s possibly the best player in Westchester and is typically a step ahead of the competition physically and mentally. Despite getting constant attention, Galeano collected 11 goals and 13 assists during the Raiders’ state title run. He earned all-state and all-section honors.
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What makes Clement elite: He never seems to run low on energy and was the leading scorer in Section 1 last fall with 24 goals and 18 assists. Grossman was a key to the Blue Devils’ state title win and picked up all-section honors.
What makes Brady elite: He is capable of going from 0-60 in a blink and plays with raw energy. Leitner had 15 goals and four assists last season, earning all-section honorable mention honors.
Tappan Zee’s Brady Jacobs (10) leaps for a header during their 2-1 win over Eastchester in boys soccer action at Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg on Tuesday, September 20, 2022.
School: Tappan Zee
What makes Brady elite: He is the reigning Rockland Journal News Player of the Year. Jacobs has mastered the art of creating time and space. He finished with 22 goals and 14 assists last year and was named all-region, all-state and all-section.
What makes Leo elite: He creates matchup issues with power and speed. The voids Khang creates when defenses react provide high-percentage chances for teammates. He delivered 12 goals and 6 assists last season during the state title run, earning all-section honors.
School: Tappan Zee
What makes Jack elite: He is darn near impossible to move off the ball. Kryger is a powerful scorer who also has the vision and touch needed to set up teammates in tight spaces. The West Point commit missed time with an injury but still came up with 19 goals and 10 assists, earning all-state and all-section honors.
Miles Prosperino of Briarcliff and Max Morgan of Bronxville both hit the turf after colliding during the Section 1 Class B soccer championship at Lakeland High School Oct. 30, 2022. Briarcliff defeated Bronxville 1-0 in overtime.
What makes Miles elite: He covered all the angles for the Bears, helping them win a Section 1 title. Prosperino rarely needs help no matter how threatening an opponent’s skillset is. He was named all-state and all-section last fall.
What makes Varela elite: He is a quiet contributor whose value often isn’t realized until the box score is reviewed. The Huskers won a Section 1 title last fall and Varela led them with 15 goals, earning all-section honorable mention honors.
Lucas Arbelaez, Sr., M, Somers; Jonathan Alvarez, Sr., D, New Rochelle; Bruno Baez, Sr., M/F, Iona Prep; Saba Baratashvili, Sr., F, Suffern; Matt D’Ippolito, Sr., G, Somers; Koky Duarte, Sr., M, Panas; Marco Graci, Sr., G, Stepinac; Noah Heschlar, Jr., D, Somers; Frederick Hurson, Sr., F, Nyack; Lucas Kantor, Sr., G, Scarsdale; Ronan Kiter, Sr., G, Haldane; John Latorre, Jr. D, New Rochelle; Alex Lenaghan, Jr., F, Ossining; Declan McLaughlin, Sr., M, Eastchester; Jack Murphy, Sr., D, Tappan Zee; Martin Nikollaj, Sr., F, Clarkstown North; Alex Prevost, Sr., D, Mamaroneck; Josh Reyes, Sr., D, North Rockland; Ryan Shalvey, Sr., M, Tappan Zee; Lev Stahl, Jr., M, Scarsdale; Eytan Vittorio, Sr., F, Leffell; Neel Walia, Sr., M, Carmel.
Mike Dougherty covers boys soccer for The Journal News and lohud.com. Follow along on X/Twitter @hoopsmbd.
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