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FC Bucks Top Long Island Fury, 5-4, in Goalfest
FC Bucks defeated the Long Island Fury, 5-4, in a Women’s Premier Soccer League match in Pennsylvania on June 25that was chock full of goals and a bit of controversy too.  

Jasmyne Spencer of Bay Shore scored a hat trick and Lindenhurst’s Rachel Blum added a goal. After the game, the Fury was not talking about any of Spencer’s three goals that counted but the apparent goal that did not. Her header apparently went through a hole in the back of the net that would have been the first goal of the game. Upon the request of the Fury, the officials did not check to see if there was in fact a hole in the net before restarting play with a goal kick. It’s a decision that made Long Island Fury-ous.

The Fury protested the game result to the WPSL to no avail.

The Fury next have a home game at Brooklyn’s Aviator Field  this Tuesday night, June 28 vs. the New York Fury. Kick-off is at 6:30 pm. In the first-ever Fury derby, Long Island topped New York, 3-2, on June 15.

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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