Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer keeps rolling, defeats Nottingham to remain unbeaten

F-M head boys soccer coach Jeff Hammond has the Hornets 12-0 overall on the year, with a No. 2 ranking in New York State.

The Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer team is off to yet another hot start this season.

The Hornets, now 12-0 overall on the year, took care of Nottingham on Monday night in convincing fashion.

Led by senior Cole Teelin's 10 goals on the year, the Hornets have used a combination of stellar performances to take down each and every one of their opponents.

Now ranked No. 2 in the NYSPHSAA, Class AA poll, F-M is roaring into the end of the season with a flurry of momentum.

"We've just grown our chemistry as we've come up through the F-M soccer system," Hornets senior midfielder Grant Olick-Sutphen responded. "This year, we realized it's our last year, putting in a lot of work and playing for each other. We realize what it would mean to win a Sectional Championship in our final year."

"They play for each other," F-M head boys soccer coach Jeff Hammond said. "I mean, that's what a team's about. You don't play for yourself -- you play for each other. We try to continue to instill work ethic, good citizenship and sportsmanship. I think that's what F-M is all about."

The Hornets are back in action Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m., when they visit the Henninger Black Knights.

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