Westhill boys soccer edges out Briarcliff, wins first State Championship in 26 years
The Westhill boys soccer team has reached the top of the mountain in New York State.
The Warriors held off Briarcliff in the Class B Championship Game on Sunday morning from Middletown High School, 1-0.
Braden Krzykowski scored the go-ahead goal off a header from Reilly Sizing.
The win marks Westhill's first boys soccer state championship in 26 years.
After the game, players shared their disbelief for reaching the ultimate goal.
"It's just a burst of energy," Sizing told NYSPHSAA officials after the game, "it's unlike anything I've felt before."
"It's a moment to remember," Kzrykowski concluded.
Westhill finishes the year 18-3-1 overall and a Class B State Championship.