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The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association Has Not Endorsed a Candidate for the Presidency of US Soccer

The Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association Has Not Endorsed a Candidate for the Presidency of US Soccer

Time to Say "Thank You"

Tim Bradbury encourages us to say "Thank You" for all that have helped us on the soccer field.
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Glen Cove Vice President James Greenberg Honored as the Eastern New York Volunteer of the Year

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.
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Poughkeepsie’s Paul Abbatiello Honored as the Eastern New York Boys Competitive Coach of the Year

Paul sees his team and their parents not only as players and supporters but as a family.
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Gina Campoverde Honored as the Eastern New York Boys Recreational Coach of the Year

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.
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Jason Buser Honored as the Eastern New York Girls Recreational Coach of the Year

Jason also become involved with the East Islip TOPSoccer Program when it kicked off in 2008 and is still very much involved today.
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LaGrange’s Andrew Moroney Honored as the Eastern New York TOPSoccer Coach of the Year

His nomination was passed on to the East Region, which has also honored him, as the Regional TOPSoccer Coach of the Year.
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Metrokids’ President and Registrar Cesar Juca Honored as the Eastern New York Administrator 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 other kids from South America.
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LIJSL President Anthony Maresco Inducted into the Eastern New York Soccer Hall of Fame

Anthony was inducted into the LIJSL Hall of Fame in 2010, the same year that he was elected to its Board of Directors. In 2015, Anthony became LIJSL President (with its 60,000 players) and also began serving on the ENYYSA Board of Directors.
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EHYSL President Jim Purdy Inducted into the Eastern New York Soccer Hall of Fame

The Stormville resident has been volunteering in youth soccer for the past three decades. 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.
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Former Professional Player John Wolyniec Inducted into the Eastern New York Soccer Hall of Fame

John won a US Open Cup with the Chicago Fire in 2000, the A-League title with the Rochester Ragin’ Rhinos in 2001 and the Milwaukee Rampage in 2002, being honored as MVP of the championship final in ‘02.​
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U.S. Soccer Hall of Famer Peter C. Collins Passes Away

While the United States 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 1.
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Oceanside’s Mike D’Ambrosio Honored By Eastern New York as Our December Personality of the Month

Mike has lived in Oceanside since 1981 and first became involved with youth soccer when he registered his daughter Danielle for soccer when she was four years old in 1988.
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Stormville’s Nik Angyal to Play in the NCAA Division 3 Final Four This Weekend

Nik's University of Rochester team plays Tufts in the semfinals on Friday
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Anthony Maresco, Jim Purdy and John Wolyniec to Be Inducted Into the Eastern New York Soccer Hall of Fame

The induction ceremony takes place on Saturday, December 1 at the ENYYSA Holiday Party at Marina del Rey in the Bronx
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