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A Fury-ous Offensive Display as the Long Island Fury Tops Sister Team, the New York Fury
At Aviator Field in Brooklyn on June 15, the Long Island Fury came out on fire and defeated their sister team, the New York Fury, 3-2.

“It was an unbelievable game. The pace was ridiculous,” exclaimed Long Island head coach Michael Demakis. “Right from the start, our players were flying. It was one of the greatest games ever played by the Long Island Fury! They covered for every player on the field and offensively, it was a total turnaround from our first two games.”

The Long Island Fury improves to 1-1-1 while the New York Fury drops to 3-1-1.

The scoring started in just the third minute when Long Island’s Jasmyne Spencer pressured New York keeper Robin Jones, whose clearance was deflected by Spencer and went to Long Island’s Carly Beyar who scored. Then Long Island’s Cari Roccaro stripped the New York defense of the ball and scored in the fifth minute. So Long Island scored two goals in five minutes after not scoring during their first two Women’s Premier Soccer League games this season.

New York’s Alyssa Mautz scored a brace with goals in the 23rd and 62nd minutes to tie the game at two. Long Island’s Enma Mullo scored the game-winner in the 70th minute from just past the corner of the penalty area on a free kick that sailed over Jones’ head.

“Emily Menges was the rock on defense as she marked their super-fast forward Sharee Gray and stayed with her stride-for-stride,” Coach Demakis added.

Long Island keeper Brittany Anghel played the first 75 minutes and made two saves while Alicia Ramos was not called on to make any saves as Long Island keeper during the last 15 minutes of the game.

The Long Island Fury plays their first home game this Sunday, June 19, 2:30 pm vs. the 1-1-0 CFC Passion from Connecticut at Aviator Field.

Founded in 2006 as a Women's Premier Soccer League franchise, the Long Island Fury won the WPSL national championship in both 2006 and 2009. Seven Long Island Fury alumnae--Gina and Tina DiMartino, Kelly Henderson, Ali Long, Rebecca Moros, Alex Singer and Sue Weber--used their phenomenal play for the Fury to become professional players in Women's Professional Soccer. Their former coach, Paul Riley, now coaches the Philadelphia Independence franchise in that same league. For more info, log on to their website,



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