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SAY HAYES
Catherine Hayes is putting her best foot forward as youngest member of her soccer-playing family
The opponents of the Mattituck High School boys and girls soccer teams might be relieved to know that the Tuckers are running out of members of the Hayes family to make life miserable for them.
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SAY HAYES
Catherine Hayes is putting her best foot forward as youngest member of her soccer-playing family

The opponents of the Mattituck High School boys and girls soccer teams might be relieved to know that the Tuckers are running out of members of the Hayes family to make life miserable for them.

KEEPING IN TOUCH
Mattituck makes sure coach Litchhult was in the know

The Mattituck High School boys soccer team has a rule that players cannot use their cellphones on bench, but on Saturday an exception was made.

PLENTY OF EFFORT, NOT ENOUGH FINISHING
Center Moriches' O'Brien 'We we are a lot better than what we showed today'

The effort was there from start to finish, the finishing touch wasn't, according to Center Moriches High School boys soccer Chris O'Brien.

LIVING UP TO ITS HYPE AND THEN SOME
Williams has final say with OT free kick as Mattituck edges archrival Center Moriches

As far as much-hyped derbies go, this one lived up to its hype and expectations. Saturday's confrontation between Center Moriches and Mattituck high school's top-ranked teams in New York state had just about everything you want, from some intense play, end-to-end action, close encounters, game-saving stops, some controversy here and there.

HE'S BACK WITH A VENGEANCE
Kevin Albert making up for lost time for Center Moriches after a lost junior season

Kevin Albert: "There's a lot more to be done. You can't really determine that until the season's over. We'll see where the team goes, what we do as a team." Despite striking for an remarkable 19 goals in his first eight games this season, Center Moriches forward Kevin Albert figures he has plenty of unfinished business about finishing -- as in finishing goals and finishing off the season the right way.

AND THE WINNER WILL BE ...
Hampton Bays coach Paga likes Mattituck over Center Moriches in Suffolk derby

Hampton Bays High head coach John Paga has an intriguing perspective on two of the best Class B boys soccer teams teams not just in Suffolk County but in New York.

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