Yesterday afternoon, the boys’ soccer team improved to 4-0 on the season, and 3-0 in PSAA play, with a 7-0 win over Long Island Lutheran, the Bears’ sixth straight win over their western rivals.
Tiger Winston put the Brook up 2-0 early with a pair of penalty kick goals. James Fay closed the first half scoring when a big Lem Kutame dropkick ricocheted forward off the head of a LuHi defender and Fay beat a converging defender and keeper to the ball at the top of the box.
The Bear attack struck for four more goals in the second half. The first came on a big Stephen Cisz throw-in that cleared the mass of bodies in front of the goal and found Ade Adedeji’s foot near the far post for a tap in. Aidan Riley then assisted Kevin Kiprotich Kirui for his first goal of the season before another Cisz throw bounced off the top of the crossbar, allowing Riley an easy header for the goal. Kiprotich Kirui capped the onslaught with a blast from the right side of the box that found the left side netting on a line.
Through the first three league games of the season, a potent Bear offense has racked up 16 goals while their stingy back line has yielded just one tally in 240 minutes. The Brook is back in action on Saturday in a non-league Homecoming match-up with Mt. Sinai.