20 referees who have particularly made a difference on Long Island soccer fields were honored for their contributions on December 13.
Tim Bradbury encourages players to thank all those who are helping them.
While the USA is mourning our 41st President, George H.W. Bush, the local soccer community is also mourning the passing of former LIJSL President Peter C. Collins, who died on December 1st.
Anthony was inducted into the LIJSL Hall of Fame in 2010, the same year that he was elected to its Board. In 2015, Anthony became LIJSL President and also began volunteering directly for ENYYSA.
He served as Wappinger United club President for six years, on the EHYSL Board of Directors for the past 18 years and as the league’s president for the last seven years.
The now 41-year-old grew up playing in ENYYSA for Silver Lake of the CJSL and Northport/Cow Harbor Celtic of the LIJSL.
The Glen Cove resident has been a member of the LIJSL club for many years and joined the Glen Cove Board of Directors four years ago.
The Poughkeepsie resident sees his team and their parents not only as players and supporters but as a family.
The Forest Hills’ resident’s last name of “Campoverde” means “green field” in Spanish, Portuguese and Italian, which is fitting as her players have found a very green field in playing soccer for her.
Jason also become involved with the East Islip TOPSoccer Program when it kicked off in 2008 and is still very much involved today.
His nomination was passed on to the East Region, which has also honored him, as the Regional TOPSoccer Coach of the Year.
Cesar played soccer all day with his brother Luis in the Ecuadoran capital of Quito when he was growing up. They came to New York in 1986, when Cesar was 12 years old, and he started playing with othe
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The 11th season of US Youth Soccer National League Boys play finishes March 9-11 in Las Vegas, when the final 14U-18U teams meet to finish their seasons. Games in Las Vegas are being played at Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex.
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