Port Jefferson soccer remains undefeated
The Royals have struck again.
Port Jefferson’s girls’ soccer team is undefeated in its league for the third time in four years, following a recent victory against Stony Brook, its seventh straight shutout win. That 8-0 result last week was the cap on a nearly perfect season, as the girls have lost only two games this year — their first two matches, both of them nonleague games in early September.
Their 12-0 record in League VII is a familiar one. The Royals went undefeated in league play last year and lost just one league game the year before. They also went undefeated in League VII three years ago.
The Royals have scored 68 goals in overall play this season, compared to just nine goals scored on them.
Likewise, the huge win over Stony Brook was just one of several: the Royals have shut out their opponent nine times this year, scoring five or more goals in most of those wins. In the three league games in which Port Jefferson did not shut out the competition, the girls still won by at least three goals.
In total, the Royals have given up only four goals to league challengers this year.
While Port Jefferson has two scrimmages coming up before the playoffs, the team is the top seed heading into the postseason.