At Homecoming, the Quakers posted a 4-0 win against a solid Mahopac team that had defeated Greeley each of the past two seasons. Greeley moved to a winning record (3-2) with the victory for the first time this season.

After a slow start, Greeley opened the scoring in the 6th minute. Will Seidman delivered a perfect through ball to Jonny Gerstein who finished with a very composed left-footed strike.

Greeley increased the offensive pressure throughout the rest of the first half. Seidman, Greg Ginsberg, Jack Cohen and Danny Cannon gradually gained control of the midfield and created several good scoring chances for strikers Ben Sackler and Jonny Leibowitz. Matt Neuberger pushed the Greeley lead to 2-0 in the last minute of the half converting a rebound off a shot by Greg Ginsberg.

In the second half, Greeley tacked on two insurance goals. The first came in the 55th minute when Zander Levitz converted a 50-yard free kick off of a Mahopac fullback miscue. Jonny Leibowitz closed the scoring in a set piece with an assist from Levitz.

Bobby Biggar recorded his third shutout of the season. The Greeley back line of Levitz, Max Furman, Jackson Satow and Miles Bomback played a strong game, limiting Mahopac to few real scoring chances.

Greeley started the season on a down note, losing 5-0 to Scarsdale, which is currently ranked among the top teams in Class AA.

However, the Quakers rebounded quickly with a 3-0 win in its first league contest against John Jay CR.Greeley scored all three goals in the first half. Jack Cohen and Matt Neuberger (2) led the scoring.

Greeley then lost a close contest to Ketcham 4-3, another Class AA powerhouse.

Following the Ketcham defeat, the Quakers produced their most dominant effort of the season and in many years, routing Carmel 10-0. Several Greeley players scored their first varsity goals, including sophomores Ryan Sullivan and Matt Lafortezza and juniors Simon Ludl and Pat Carousso. Seniors Ben Sackler and Greg Ginsberg (2) each scored their first of the season. In total, nine different Greeley players contributed goals.

Greeley faces a tough upcoming schedule, including games against league rivals Yorktown, Brewster and Somers in the next 10 days. Fortunately, the team has great depth. Freshmen Harris and James Allen have both contributed on defense and in the midfield. Avatar Simpson, Mark Nikc, Keis Durrani, Alex Kogan, Charlie Grob, Ben Skupski and Mark Preschern have all seen playing time early in the season. Goalkeepers Cameron Block and Teddy Rader both gained varsity experience during the Scarsdale game.

00 	Cameron Block
0 	Bobby Biggar
1 	James Allen
2 	Harris Allen
3 	Keis Durrani
4 	Jack Cohen
5 	Ryan Sullivan
6 	Mark Nikc
7 	Jonathan Leibowitz
8 	Jonathan Gerstein
9 	Ben Skupski
10 	Danny Cannon
11 	Greg Ginsberg
12 	Simon Ludl
13 	Patrick Carousso
14 	Alex Kogan
15 	Matt Neuberger
16 	Miles Bomback
17 	Avatar Simpson
18 	Matt Lafortezza
19 	Mark Preschern
20 	Max Furman
21 	Jackson Satow
22 	Ben Sackler
23 	Charlie Grob
24 	Zander Levitz
25 	Will Seidman
31 	Teddy Rader




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