On Tuesday afternoon, the boys’ soccer team opened their season with a waterlogged 3-0 non-league victory at Miller Place.
The Bears opened the scoring when Jadon Sung sent a surgical ball upfield that split two defenders and found a waiting James Fay who sent a high-arcing touch over the keeper for a 1-0 edge. The Brook built a 2-0 lead with just five minutes left in the half when Fay served a ball into the box where Sung trapped, turned, and fired into the left side netting to double the margin.
The Bears continued to execute better than the Panthers, despite the driving rain, and put the game out of reach with 27 minutes left when the Brothers Fay executed a lengthy give-and-go. John sent a long ball into the left corner. After tracking it down, James beat his defender and served it back to John who slipped past his defender and tucked away a 3-0 advantage.
The Bear defense, anchored by Stephen Cisz, held up in front of Jason Kim who recorded the clean sheet.
The Brook is back in action on Thursday in a non-league match-up in Hampton Bays.