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LISFL ROUNDUP
N.Y. Polet records historic win in Rapaglia Cup
New York Polet defeated Cedar Stars Academy in the Rapaglia Cup final, 3-2.
New York Polet defeated Cedar Stars Academy in the Rapaglia Cup final, 3-2.
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New York Polet won the Rapaglia Cup in dramatic fashion by defeating Cedar Stars Academy 3-2 in the final Sunday.
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LISFL ROUNDUP
N.Y. Polet records historic win in Rapaglia Cup

New York Polet defeated Cedar Stars Academy in the Rapaglia Cup final, 3-2. New York Polet won the Rapaglia Cup in dramatic fashion by defeating Cedar Stars Academy 3-2 in the final Sunday.

OPENING DAY DRAW
LISFL Roundup: Defending D-1 champions New York Polet held to a 2-2 tie by New York Irish Rovers

Leros after defeating Olympiacos NY, 5-3 in its LISFL opener. Defending champions New York Polet started the Long Island Soccer Football League season with a 2-2 draw with New York Irish Rovers. Fabian Santibanez and Misin Shala scored for Polet, while ElHadji Diop had two goals for Rovers

WE WILL NEVER FORGET
Remembering 44 soccer people who perished during the 911 attacks

Sunday is the 15th anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy. At least 44 then current and former players and coaches and parents of players who perished that Sept. 11, 2001 morning.

FOR SERGIO
Repost: Remembering Villanueva on a special day

Jon Kanovsky on Sergio Villanueva: "I feel it's one of the my duties to keep Sergio's memory alive, and all of the 345 fire firefighters and the other people who died that day." Even after a dozen years, FDNY captain Joe Brosi still gets emotional talking about 911 and the loss of his friend Sergio Villanueva, who perished along with 3,000 other people.

LOOKING BACK -- PART II
Repost: What playing the beautiful game meant to the NYPD team after the 911 tragedy

No one has to remind New York City police Sgt. Peter Meehan what soccer means to him and his team.

LOOKING BACK -- PART I
Repost: When a mourning FDNY team hit the field after 911

For some members of the Fire Department of New York, the opportunity to play soccer on Sundays is a much-needed sanity break.

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