Garden City rode fast start to beat Roslyn 4-0

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Garden City rode fast start to beat Roslyn 4-0

The Garden City Trojans defeated the Roslyn Bulldogs 4-0 on Thursday afternoon led by Kyle McCadden’s two goals. 
Garden City put up three goals in the first half while goalkeepers Ryan Pascale and Alex Spanos combined for nine saves.
Roslyn head coach Juan Mejia said the Bulldogs needed to support each other’s passes as they move the ball throughout the field and be proactive instead of reactive.
“It wasn’t our day,” Mejia said. “Our game plan was making sure that we kept possession of the ball. They brought the athleticism and physicality to the game, making it harder for us to play.” 
In the first half, Garden City applied some pressure on the Roslyn defense and tested goalkeeper Jordan Rich with 12 shots on net. 
Defensively, Garden City was able to shut down Roslyn and limit their shots. 
Eight minutes and eleven seconds into the game, Luke Keating scored off an assist from Kyle Quinn to give Garden City a 1-0 lead.  
McCadden gave Garden City a two-goal lead with 12:44 left in the first half. McCadden capitalized on a Roslyn turnover and netted his first goal of the game.
McCadden struck again with 1:24 remaining in the half. After Roslyn defender Andrew Lieblich headed out a corner kick, the ball came outside the box to McCadden. 
He challenged Rich, who came out of the net to play the ball, and scored on the open net. Garden City took a 3-0 lead into halftime. 
In the second half, J.P Trabulsi scored the lone goal to give Garden City a four-goal cushion. With 28:08 left to play, Roslyn had an opportunity to get on the board with a corner kick but failed to score. This led to a two on one opportunity as Finn Gibbons feed Trabulsi to seal the deal. 
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Soccer Scores

Tuesday, Oct. 11
Chaminade defeated St. Dominic’s 8-0. Matt Tomlinson led Chaminade with a hat trick and two assists. 
Thursday, Oct. 13
Floral Park tied with Hewlett 0-0. Floral Park goalkeeper Brian Hamerman recorded seven saves while Matt Gershon stopped five shots for Hewlett. 
Manhasset defeated Elmont 2-1. Antonio Mirante led Manhasset with two goals while goalkeeper Jamie Weiss recorded seven saves. 
Chaminade defeated Kellenberg 2-0.  Tim Davis and Francisco Artusa led Chaminade with a goal apiece. 
Great Neck South defeated New Hyde Park 5-1. Jorey Garcia led Great Neck South with two goals and an assist. Chris Park added two goals while Danny Churbakov recorded three assists for Great Neck South. Great Neck South goalkeeper Jonathan Farkas stopped six shots.
Mepham defeated Great Neck North 1-0. Kieran Gilroy scored the lone goal for Mepham. 
Friday, Oct. 14 
Hicksville defeated Port Washington 1-0. Connor McPartland led Hicksville with the lone goal. McPartland broke a scoreless tie in the 60th minute. Hicksville’s Ryan Miller recorded nine saves while Port Washington’s Colin Schroeder stopped eight shots. 
Mineola defeated Locust Valley 5-1. Dimas Cabrera led Mineola with two goals and an assist. Mineola clinched the ABC-3 Conference. This is Mineola’s first conference championship since 2006
Wheatley defeated West Hempstead 5-1. Joe Dinetz led Wheatley with a hat trick. Josh Wolff scored twice and recorded an assist for Wheatley while goalkeeper Will Feill compiled eight saves. 
Saturday, Oct. 15
Jericho defeated Roslyn 2-1. Jericho’s Todd Perlman scored the game winning goal with three minutes left to play. 
Garden City defeated New Hyde Park 4-0. Luke Connolly led Garden City with a goal and an assist. Ryan Pascale recorded eight saves for Garden City while New Hyde Park goalkeeper James Connoly stopped 10 shots.

By Gregory Giaconelli

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