Donna Liotine, last year’s Class C New York State Player of the Year, played only one full game out of three last week, missing 150 minutes of soccer, yet still managed to accumulate an astounding 3 goals and 4 assists. On Monday she led the charge against Pierson, scoring two goals and assisting on four others as the Bears pummeled the Whalers, 6-1. On Thursday the Brook hosted Southold and just minutes into the game Liotine rammed knees with another opponent. She hobbled around for a bit and stayed in the game just long enough to head in a perfect corner kick off the boot of Michelle Hennessy. By game’s end, her knee was quite swollen and on Saturday she was not yet ready to play against Smithtown Christian. She is expected to be back in the lineup this week for the Blue and White.
She is currently tied for 8th on Long Island and is 5th in Suffolk County in points with 8 and is also tied for 3rd on Long Island and 1st in Suffolk County in assists.