The Plainview JFK Boys Soccer team keeps rolling along as they defeated Port Washington by a score of 4–0 while continuing to lead Conference 2AA with a league record of (4-0-1) and an overall record of (5-0-1).
With this victory the Hawks are now ranked fifth in Nassau County by the NCSCA.
The Hawks took an early 1-0 lead after Jordan Sklar scored his team leading sixth goal of the season on a penalty shot. From there, the back-line play of Patrick Montes, Jesse Randisi and Brett Mendelsohn kept the ball firmly on the offensive side of the field allowing for very few shot attempts on the Hawks goal.
The very unselfish and “team-minded” play, led to four goals by four different players as the Hawks flew to yet another victory.
Brian Stone, one part of the “fab four” (as the defensive core is nicknamed) received yet another of his team-high five assists with a sideline throw-in into the goal box. So far this year, the defensive group has allowed just two goals in six games.
The Hawks slicing ball movement from sideline-to-sideline kept Port off balance throughout much of the day as the quickness of the POB midfielders and front line were too much to contain for the opposing squad.
Once again the outstanding play of freshman goalkeeper David Geyer kept Port Washington off the board as he recorded his third shutout of this young season.
Plainview returns home for a Friday night “Under the Lights” game on Oct. 12 vs. Mepham.