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Massapequa and Albertson clean up
June 16th, 2009 8:45AM

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Less than three months after former U.S. international Chris Armas took over as its director of coaching, Massapequa SC achieved success at the Eastern New York state finals, where it won the U-17 and U-15 boys titles and U-14 girls championship. The Albertson Fury won four girls titles in convincing fashion. For results of all the finals in the U-14 to U-19 boys and girls groups ...

Less than three months after former U.S. international Chris Armas took over as its director of coaching, Massapequa SC achieved success at the Eastern New York state finals, where it won the U-17 and U-15 boys titles and U-14 girls championship. The Albertson Fury won the U-19, U-18, U-17 and U-15 girls titles, crushing their opponents by a margin of 19-3 in the finals. For results of all the finals in the U-14 to U-19 boys and girls groups ...

EASTERN NEW YORK

U14 Boys Manhattan Ajax 2 Hicksville Xtreme 0
U15 Boys Massapequa Rough Riders 4 FC Westchester 1
U16 Boys Hicksville Strikers 5 MP United 0
U17 Boys Massapequa Aces 3 Commack SC Premier 2
U18 Boys East Fishkill Thunder 2 Smithtown Gunners 0
U19 Boys Yonkers United Tornadoes 1 FC New York Supersonics 0

U14 Girls Massapequa Elite 1 HBC Intense 0
U15 Girls Albertson Fury 4 Manhattan Pride 0
U16 Girls Rough Riders Elite 3 Albertson Fury 0
U17 Girls
Albertson Fury 4 Stony Brook Arsenal 1
U18 Girls
Albertson Fury 4 Mamaroneck Panthers 2
U19 Girls
Albertson Fury 7 Quickstrike 0



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