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Hennessy & Liotine Shoot Down Ravens

October 28, 2010

Michelle Hennessy (shown here vs. Mercy) had 4 goals and 2 assists for the Bears

The girls soccer team concluded a fantastic 10-2 (11-3) regular season this afternoon with a 6-0 drubbing of the Ross School.  Perhaps using the boys team’s cautionary tale as motivation, the 4th-ranked Class C team in New York State did not take the Ravens lightly, despite beating them 7-1 just weeks ago.  Michelle Hennessy continued her torrid senior season wirh 4 goals (2 in each half) and 2 assists while Donna Liotine continued her hot shooting with 2 goals.  Rachel King chipped in with 2 assists and Kierran Petersen and Daija Rubino each added one assist.  The Bears next matchup will come against Port Jeff Friday 11/5 @ 3pm in the Suffolk County Class C Championship at Diamond in the Pines.

Michele Hennessy scored two goals in the first and two in the second, bringing her total this season to 21, to lead Stony Brook.  Goalkeeper Danielle Pappas made three saves for her sixth shutout of the season.

~ Newsday


Michelle Hennessy is currently 5th on Long Island in points with 29 and tied for 3rd in goals with 21.  Gianna Scavo is 20th in Suffolk County in assists with 6… Coupled with their 5-2 victory over Port Jeff last Thursday and a 10-0 dismissal of Mercy on Tuesday, the girls have outscored their opponents 21-2 in the last 3 games.

Box Score

  • Hennessy | 4 goals/2 assists
  • Liotine | 2 goals
  • Rubino | 1 assist
  • Petersen | 1 assist
  • King | 2 assists
  • Pappas | 3 saves/ 6th shutout


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