Schedules are now posted for the 2019 Spring Season
Liverpool 7 v 1 CSH Spartans
The CSH Spartans and Liverpool got the play offs underway and it was the Spartans who struck first when Henry Treanor found the net. It wasn’t until mid way through the first half that Liverpool got back on level terms and three more goals followed before half time to see them lead 4-1 at the break. The Spartans fought hard in the second half but Liverpool added three late goals to make it a final score of 7-1. Lennon Harrington scored four times for Liverpool, Keaton Levine twice and Luca Mazzilli once.
HBC Celtic 3 v 0 Valencia
Celtic got off to a flying start in the second semi final scoring three times in an impressive first half. Thomas Carluccio scored the first two before Grant Kurland added the third. Valencia improved significantly after the break but couldn’t find a way past the on-form Celtic keeper Royale Baker and it ended 3-0.
Liverpool 7 v 1 HBC Celtic
Last years final saw Celtic defeat Liverpool with a Golden Goal in overtime.
The same two teams met in again in this seasons final game and it was Liverpool who came out strong scoring twice in the first three minutes. Keaton Levine’s early shot found the corner of the net before Lennon Harington’s low drive found the same corner a minute later.
Grant Kurland pulled one back but two goals by Dylan Gugin put the game out of Celtics reach and a second goal by Lennon Harington and two late goals by Luca Mazzilli saw Celtic win it comfortably 7-1.
In the ‘non play off’ games Northport Sounders beat CSH Spartans 2-1 thanks to goals by Cyrus Dennis and Carter Hendrickson before going down 4-0 to Valencia. Jonah Khan scored twice shortly after the break for Valencia then goals by Remi Asghar and AJ Spector wrapped it up.
Congrats to Liverpool on their victory in the final and to Lennon Harrington who won the division’s Golden Boot trophy!
Thank you to all teams for another great season.
Southdown Flyers 1 v 2 HBC Milan
The Flyers struck first early in the game when Jack Steinberg’s shot found the net but Milan were level before half time thanks to an Alex Lambrinos strike.
Mid way through the second half another goal by Alex gave Milan a 2-1 lead and it proved to be enough as they held on for the win and a place in the final
Kings Park United 1 v 2 CSH Tornados
The second semi final went a similar way to the first. Kings Park took the lead through a Massimo Rosamilia goal but the Tornados hit back before half time to tie it up at 1-1 when Austin Krywak scored. The Tornados top scorer Spencer James then gave them a 2-1 lead after the break and despite late pressure from United the Tornados held firm and moved into the final.
3rd place game
Southdown Flyers 1 v 0 King Park United
The teams who finished the regular season in first and second place played the 3rd place game and it was the Flyers who came out on top winning 1-0 through a Quinn Ronaldi goal.
HBC Milan 2 v 1 CSH Tornados
The final was an excellent game between two even teams and it was no surprise that it needed overtime to decide the champion. Spencer James gave the Tornados a 1-0 half time lead and it wasn’t until mid way through the second half that Aaron Liberman broke away and leveled for Milan. A tense final few minutes were followed by overtime which saw both teams miss chances before a clinical strike by Noah Reinstein found the top corner to give Milan the ‘Golden Goal’ victory
The ‘non play off’ games saw HBC Ajax and the Destroyers play a double header.
The first game was end to end that saw Ajax come from behind three times. Owen Lakhani, Max Bernier and Noah Delello all scored for the Destroyers but each time Grant Kurland brought them level and it ended 3-3.
The second game looked like being another tie until late goals by Gillian Kurland then Grant Kurland gave Ajax the 2-0 victory.
Congrats to Milan for their exciting win in the final. To Jack Steinberg who won the ‘Golden Boot’ trophy with 15 goals, one more than Yohann Guerrier & Spencer James, and to all teams for a great season.
HBC Chaos 2-0 CSH Orange Crush
The first semi final saw the Chaos girls continue their unbeaten season with a 2-0 victory over the Orange Crush. Sammy Heyman broke the deadlock before Saige Hasson added a second to take them into the final.
Power 1 – 2 HBC Lady Vikings
The Power and the Lady Vikings played the second semi final and it was the Power who took the lead when Abigail Nevins scored. The Power had chances to extend their lead but couldn’t convert them and were made to pay with only four second left of the game when Ruby Baliber tied it up for the Vikings. Another tense ‘Golden Goal’ overtime followed and it was the Lady Vikings who were celebrating when Anastasia Sardicci struck the winner mid way through the five minute period to move into the final.
Chaos 2 – 1 HBC Lady Vikings
A close final saw Chaos and the Lady Vikings go head to head for the first place trophies. Sammy Heyman gave Chaos the lead in the first half but the Vikings tied it up thanks to a Gabby Tipaldo goal. Gale Kurland broke the tie mid way through the second half and it was enough to give Chaos the 2-1 victory
The non play off games saw South Huntington Wave beat CSH Orange Crush 2-1 then the Power and Wave tie 1-1. Christine Saitzyk scored both goals for the Wave in their 2-1 win, Abby Foodim scored for the Power in their 1-1 draw but an own goal evened things up.
Congrats to the Chaos who went through the season undefeated, to Gale Kurland who’s 28 goals won her the ‘Golden Boot’ trophy and to all teams for another exciting season.
HBC Juventus 1 – 0 HBC Cosmos
A hard fought semi final between the Cosmos and Juventus saw both teams struggle to create clear chances. The game was finally decided when Henry Sweeney’s second half goal broke the tie and Juve took their place in the final.
H’fields Green 2 – 3 H’fields White
The two Harborfields teams went head to head in the second semi final and another close match saw the Whites surprise the Greens in a five goal thriller.
Owen Guddemi and Liam Bayne were on target for the Greens but Westin Ritcey, Noah Tacy and Joey Serventi all scored for the Whites to give them a 3-2 win and a place in the final.
HBC Juventus 1-2 Harborfields White
Chances were few and far between in a tight first half which ended scoreless.
In the second half Juventus came out strong and took the lead through a Ryan Lynch goal but the Whites responded well and were soon level when top scorer Joey Serventi scored. The Whites continued to press and took the lead with another goal by Joey and it was enough to see them take the first place trophies winning 2-1.
The consolation games saw the Cosmos beat Port United 3-0 with goals by Ryan Dean, Brett Levine and Ben Fackler before Harborfields Green recorded a 6-0 win over United. Liam Bayne hit a hat trick to make sure he won the ‘Golden Boot’, Jack Hochheiser scored twice and Jack Fleischer once.
Congratulations to Harborfields White on their win in the final, to Liam Bayne for winning the division’s ‘Golden Boot’ trophy and to all the teams for another exciting season.
Huntington United 1-0 HBC Revolution
It was an intense semi final between United and Revolution with both teams intent on winning every challenge. United missed a couple of great opportunities in the first half which ended 0-0. The Revolution continued to hold their own after the break but had to rely on keeper Michael O’Connor to keep them on level terms on a few occasions. Just as it looked like it was going to overtime United broke through with only fifteen seconds remaining, Dylan Thody reacted first from close range and stabbed home the winning goal.
HBC Arsenal 1 – 2 Chelsea
Another close and competitive game came to life mid way through the first half when Alex Braunstein hit a powerful drive into the top corner to give Chelsea the lead. Arsenal’s leading scorer David Lazaro leveled soon after with a low shot that found the corner of the Chelsea goal and it was even at the break 1-1.
Chelsea stepped it up in the second half and regained the lead when Lennon Harrington’s quick strike found the net. Arsenal pressed and had a couple of good chances late on but Chelsea held on for the 2-1 victory and moved into the final.
Huntington United 2-0 Chelsea
The two teams who competed in last years final produced another fast and furious game that was always looked like being close. In a tight match with few clear chances it was United who struck first when top scorer Ben Koch fired home mid way through the first half. Chelsea had their moments but United looked the more dangerous of the two teams and another low drive from Ben made it 2-0 after the break. Chelsea pressed but couldn’t find a way back into the game and United held firm to win 2-0.
3rd place game
Arsenal 4-1 HBC Revolution
Arsenal produced a confident display in the third place game against Revolution who had put a huge effort into their excellent semi final against Huntington United. Andrew Stanco netted twice, Luciano Stanco and Jack Jimenez each scored once.
In the days other BU14/15 games CSH Vipers had two good wins beating Brentwood Tigers 2-0 then Benfica 1-0. Peter Leavy and Teddy Leavy were on target against the Tigers then Teddy got the winner against Benfica.
Man of the match David McCalla scored five times for HBC City in their 7-2 win over the Tigers but City couldn’t produce the same form against Smithtown SS Rebound and two goals by Alex Tylar helped Smithtown to a 4-2 victory.
Benfica finished on a winning note thanks to Colin Phelan’s winner against Smithtown, 1-0 the final score.
Congrats to Huntington United on their win in the final, to Ben Koch who won the ‘Golden Boot’ in a very competitive BU14/15 race. Ben’s two goals in the final put him one ahead of Arsenal’s David Lazaro, two ahead of Chelsea’s Lennon Harington and three ahead of his teammate Dylan Thody!
Thank you to all teams for anothergreat season.
Uniondale Vikingos 3-2 HBC Outlaws
HBC Outlaws started confidently and were soon 2-0 up against the Vikingos. Pat Ahearn and Dan Costello converted early chances as the Outlaws looked to beat the Vikingos for the second week running after last week’s league victory.Jack Fridman pulled a goal back for the Vikingos before half time to set up an exciting second half. Alex Cardenas equalized mid way through the half but neither team were able to find a winner so it went into overtime. Within a minute of the restart Jack Fridman struck the winner to complete the comeback for the Vikingos to take them into the final.
Whitman FC 1-4 Smithtwn EMK
Another competitive game saw Smithtown EMK take a 1-0 lead into the half time break thanks to a goal by leading scorer Lake Hayes.A determined Whitman team soon tied it up in the second through a CJ Conte goal and it looked like they had the momentum to go on and win it. Smithtown always looked dangerous going forward though and Lake Hayes restored their lead with five minutes remaining. Richard Tylar then hit an unstoppable shot to give EMK a two goal lead before Lake completed his hat trick in the final minute to make it 4-1.
FinalSmithtown EMK 3-6 Uniondale Vikingos
A fast paced final saw the Vikingos take an early lead through a firm strike by Jack Fridman but Smithtown turned it around with two first half goals in the space of two minutes by Nate Shin then Logan Daoust. Raul Sanchez then hit three unanswered goals after the break to make it 4-2 to the Vikingos but Smithtown replied with a Richard Tylar goal to pull themselves within one goal of the Vikingos. Smithtown pushed for the equalizer but were caught on the break and Raul Sanchez scored his fourth of the game before David Vides added the games last goal to make it a final score of 6-3.
The consolation games saw Brentwood defeat the Outlaws 3-0, Kevin Gutierrez scored twice and Justin Cabrera once.Whitman FC then finished with a win beating Brentwood 1-0 thanks to a much celebrated goal by their goalkeeper Liam Wiegele who played the field for the first time this season!
Congratulations to the Vikingos on their final victory, to Lake Hayes who’s 21 goals won him the Golden Boot and to all teams for another pulsating season!
BU18Semi finalsPollos FC 4-1 Banterous Brothers
A valiant effort by the Banterous Brothers in the first semi final wasn’t enough to stop Pollos FC taking their place in the final. Eren Aydin completed a first half hat trick for Pollos before James Diaz pulled a goal back for the Brothers. A second goal would have put the pressure on Pollos but it didn’t come and Eren Aydin scored his and Pollos’ fourth goal to make it a final score of 4-1.
Miso Hungry 0-3 Don Tomas FC
Juan Salamanca scored the only goal of a tight first half to give Don Tomas FC the advantage in the second semi final. Miso had chances but further goal by Rudy Salmeron and Joe Bertolini made sure it was Don Tomas FC moving into the final winning 3-0.FinalPollos FC 1-0 Don Tomas FC
The BU18 final produced some excellent soccer and plenty of action. Pollos were the stronger team in the first half and went ahead mid way through the half when Carlos Godoy’s powerful shot found the net. As the second half wore on Don Tomas FC came into the game more and dominated the final five minutes. With only seconds left Don Tomas thought they had tied it up but the ball cannoned back off the crossbar and Pollos were happy to clear and hold on for the exiting 1-0 victory.
Congrats to Pollos FC for their win in the final and to Eren Aydin on winning the division’s ‘Golden Boot’.Thanks to everyone for taking part this season and good luck to all those heading off to college!
Liverpool suffered their first defeat of the season going down 4-2 to Celtic. Jonathan Morales opened the scoring for Celtic and a Grant Kurland hat trick wrapped it up.
Valencia also beat Liverpool thanks to two second half goals by Aidan Krollage, Yovanni Rivera was also on target in the 3-2 victory.
A Thomas Carluccio hat trick helped Celtic on their way to another win, this time over 4-2 Northport Sounders. Matt Horyczun scored twice for the Sounders.
Valencia then made it two out of two with a 5-1 win over CSH Spartans. Jackson Winheim scored twice with Kris Campos, Cristian Alvizures and Yovanni Rivera adding one each.
The Spartans recovered and won a tight game against Northport. Jorge Reyes, John Adams found the net and a CSH own goal completed the scoring.
In next week’s offs Liverpool will play CSH and Celtic take on Valencia.
Southdown Flyers won the division’s opening game beating CSH Tornados 4-0. Jack Steinberg scored twice, Owen Gordon and Gavin Monge were also on target.
HBC Milan and the Tornados then shared the points in a competitive game that ended 1-1. Spencer James gave the Tornados a first half lead but Aaron Liberman tied it up for Milan after the break.
The two teams competing for first place then played and not surprisingly it was another close game. Southdown Flyers took the lead in the first half thanks to a Logan Bloom goal but Yohann Guerrier evened it up for Kings Park United after the break and it finished 1-1. The draw was enough to give the Flyers the first place finish going into next weeks play offs.
Milan had a comfortable victory over Ajax, Noah Reinstein hit a hat trick in the 6-0 win. Aaron Liberman also scored twice with Jayden Castro adding the sixth.
King Park United also hit six in their game against the Destoyers. Yohann Guerrier was on target four times in the 6-2 victory.
Grant Kurland was another player to score four goals in a game but it wasn’t enough for Ajax as they went down 5-4 in an exciting game against the Destoyers. Owen Lakhani struck twice and Jesse Giavacco & Max Bernier once before Ben Gutleber hit the winner with only two minutes remaining.
The Flyers will play Milan in the play offs while Kings Park play the Tornados.
Gale Kurland scored a hat trick for Chaos in their 6-1 victory over the Power. Gale went one better in the next game scoring four times in the second half as Chaos wore down the HBC Lady Vikings to win 5-0 after a goalless first half.
The Power bounced back to beat CSH Orange Crush, Ashley Austin scored twice and Amanda Burrack once in the 3-1 win.
South Huntington Wave and the HBC Lady Vikings were looking to book their place in next weeks play offs but neither team could find the net and an end to end game finished all square at 0-0.
CSH Orange Crush and SH Wave played the division’s final game with both teams needing to win to guarantee themselves a place in the play offs.
South Huntington struck first when Christina Saitzyk’s shot found the net but the Crush were soon level then ahead 2-1 after Sierra Riepe scored twice before half time. Leighton Evans extended the Crush’s lead after the break and they held on for the 3-1 victory.
Next week’s play offs will see Chaos take on The Orange Crush and Power play the Lady Vikings.
Noah Halal scored a goal in each half for HBC Cosmos as they made sure of a place off place with a 2-0 win over Port United.
Harborfields Green then secured a top two finish beating the HBC Cosmos with three second half goals. Liam Bayne scored twice and Owen Guddemi once in the 3-0 win.
Juventus just needed two points to finish top of the division and four second half goals against Port United was enough to see them achieve their goal. Zach Smith broke the deadlock shortly after half time and goals by Henry Sweeney, who’s volley was the goal of the game, then Atturri Landau and Brendan O’Connor saw them win 4-0.
A Liam Bayne hat trick and a goal by Owen Guddemi saw the Harborfields Greens beat the Whites 4-2 before the Whites and Juventus split the points in the division’s final game. Joey Serventi gave the Whites a 1-0 half time lead but Antonio Laudicina replied for Juve and it ended 1-1.
The two Harborfields teams meet again next week in the plays with Juventus taking on the Cosmos.
Ben Koch struck five times in Huntington United’s 6-0 victory over HBC City. United followed it up with another 6-0 win, Dylan Thody hitting a hat trick to make sure United finished in first place on the standings.
Ryan Keegan scored the only goal of a competitive first half between HBC City and Arsenal to give City the advantage. Nick LaCapra added a second for City after the break and they held in for an impressive 2-0 victory.
Smithtown SS Rebound had a chance of making the play offs but needed maximum points from both of their week 7 games. Top scorer Alex Tylar gave them a first half lead over Benfica but a late Jack Steel goal tied it up for Benfica and it ended 1-1. Alex was also on target twice in Smithtwn’s 5-0 victory over Brentwood Tigers but the other results meant they missed out on a play off spot.
Arsenal just needed a draw against HBC Revolution to finish in third place but a two goal victory for the Revolution would have meant they jumped into third spot.
A tense first half ended goalies but mid way through the second half Jason Kaiser scored from close range to give Arsenal the lead and further goals by Andrew Stanco and a penalty kick by Davis Lazaro saw Arsenal win 3-0.
Revolution beat CSH Vipers 4-0 to make sure of fourth place, Logan Day scored twice, Aidan Richter and Thomas Kaler once.
Chelsea finished with two convincing wins over Brentwood Tigers and CSH Vipers. Chris Thorsen hit a hat trick and Liam Harrington added two in the 6-0 win over the Tigers, Liam, Chris and Ian Franklin then scored twice each in the 8-2 win against the Vipers. Ian Smith replied twice for the Vipers.
Next week’s plays see Huntington United play the Revolution then Arsenal play Chelsea.
The HBC Outlaws had a good day winning both of their week 7 encounters. Chris Roberts scored twice in the first half against the Vikingos and a second half goal by Dan Costello gave them an impressive 3-0 victory. Two more goals from Dan in their next game saw them beat Brentwood 2-0.
The Uniondale Vikingos and Whitman FC played a fast and physical game that ended 2-1 in the favor of the Vikingos.
Raul Sanchez gave them a first half lead but Seb Koch tied it up before half time. Warren Sanger then struck early in the second half and it proved enough to win the the game also giving the Vikingos a first place finish courtesy of a better head to head record.
Smithtown EMK beat Brentwood 1-0 in a tight match, Nate Shin’s goal was the difference between the two teams.
That left Smithtown needing a point to guarantee first place in their final game against Whitman FC but a Seb Koch hat trick saw Whitman win it 3-0.
With Smithtown and the Vikingos tied at the top with 21 points each it came down to the best head to head record between the two teams. With one victory each and one tie it then went to the best record against the next highest placed team which was Whitman. That record saw the Vikingos take the top spot and they will play the Outlaws next week. The other semi final sees Whitman FC play Smithtown EMK.
A Nick VanDeuson hat trick in the first half was enough to see the Banterous Brothers win an entertaining game against Knockers FC 3-2.
The Brothers played well in their second game but went down 3-1 to Pollos FC, Eren Aydin scored twice and Cameron Entwhistle once in the win.
Pollos were already guaranteed a first placed finish but wrapped up the regular season with an 8-3 victory over a depleted Uncrustables, Carlos Godoy and Eren Aydin both both hit hat tricks.
Austin Debus and Vinnie Alfiero each netted twice in Miso Hungry’s 5-5 tie with Knockers FC. Vinnie was also on target twice in Miso’s 7-4 win over Toft United.
Alex Rivera scored a hat trick for Don Tomas FC but Matt Shilsky replied with a hat trick for Toft United as both teams shared the points in a 6-6 draw in the division’s final game.
Next week’s plays will see Pollos FC take on Banterous Brothers then Miso Hungry play Don Tomas FC.
Liverpool won both of their week 6 games to stay top of the BU12/13 division.
Michael Tucker, Owen Gordon and Gale Kurland scored the goals in the 3-0 win over CSH Spartans and all three were on target again in the 5-0 victory over Northport Sounders.
Grant Kurland scored four times in Celtic’s 5-1 win over the Sounders before Valencia claimed maximum points winning the division’s final two games.
Kris Campos scored twice and Yovanni Rivera & Aidan Krollage added one each in the 4-3 victory over the Sounders. Two strikes by Sean Cogan and a Matt Horyczun goal brought the Sounders back into the game after going 4-1 behind but they couldn’t complete the comeback.
A close first half saw Celtic and Valencia go to the break tied 0-0. Yovanni Rivera’s penalty kick broke the deadlock for Valencia but Celtic were level within a minute through Jonathan Morales.
AJ Spector secured the lead again for Valencia with a clinical finish and Yovanni added his second and Celtic’s third before Jonathan Morales pulled another back for Celtic with the last kick of the game and it finished 3-2 To Valencia.
Jack Steinberg hit two goals as the Southdown Flyers overcame the Destroyers 4-0 in the BU10/11 opening match, Owen Gordon and Michael Tucker were also on target.
The Flyers went two for two beating HBC Ajax 5-0, Xander Arias and Owen Gordon each scored twice.
Aaron Liberman netted a hat trick and Alex Lambrinos added two in HBC Milan’s 6-1 victory over the Destoyers.
Milan claimed a second win with an impressive 4-0 triumph over Kings Park,
Alex Lambrinos and Jayden Sanchez both scored twice.
Spencer James’ hat trick helped CSH Tornados to a 7-1 victory over HBC Ajax, Walter Kusterbeck also found the net twice in a comfortable win.
The Tornados pressed against Kings Park United but couldn’t reply to a first half goal by United’s Michael Canonico. A goalless second half meant United took the points with a 1-0 victory.
Gale Kurland scored both goals for Chaos as they won a close game against South Huntington Wave 2-1, Gabby Perciballi found the net for the Wave.
Gale was on target again against CSH Orange Crush, Allie Allogiamento and Gillian Kurland also scored in the 3-1 win.
The Power claimed two victories beating the Wave then HBC Lady Vikings.
Amanda Burrack scored twice in the 5-0 win over the Wave and Ashley Pellicone hit two in the 4-0 win against the HBC Lady Vikings.
The Lady Vikings and CSH Orange Crush played an exciting game that either team could’ve won. Sierra Reipe scored for the Crush in the first half and Laura Sheehan in the second but Anna Sarducci and Chelsea Gordon were on target for the Lady Vikings to make it 2-2. Ruby Balibar got the game winning goal late on to give the Lady Vikings the 3-2 victory.
HBC Juventus extended their lead at the top of the table winning both of their week 6 games. Brendan O’Connor gave them a first half lead against HBC Cosmos then Max Manu wrapped it up with a second mid way through the second half, 2-0 the final score.
Tyler Striga and Brendan O’Connor then put them two up at half time against Harborfields Green. Liam Bayne pulled one back for the Greens but Juve held on for the 2-1 victory.
Liam hit two goals in the Green’s next game, Leo Sternschein was also on target in the 3-0 win over the Port United.
Harborfields White had a mixed day dominating against the Cosmos but losing to Port United. Joey Serventi struck four times and Noah Tacy three in their 7-1 win over the Cosmos but they found themselves 2-0 down early on against United. Andres Iovala had both first half goals for United and added a third to complete his hat trick after the break. Joey Serventi had pulled it back to 2-1 before half time and Noah Tacy scored with a minute left to make it 3-2 but United held on for the 3-2 triumph.
A competitive opening game saw Smithtown SS Rebound take the points with a 1-0 win over HBC City. Alex Tylar scored the only goal mid way through the second half.
David Lazaro then scored four times as HBC Arsenal beat Smithtown 5-0, Andrew Stanco hit the other goal in a an impressive performance.
HBC City lost another close game this time going down 4-2 to CSH Vipers. Ian Smith struck twice, Teddy Leavy and Dylan Hayden added the others with Alex Bogdani and Matthew Mullen replying for City.
Chelsea led 2-0 at half time against Arsenal thanks to goals by Chris Thorsen and Lennon Harrington but a strong second half from Arsenal saw them take a point with quick fire goals by David Lazaro then Andrew Stanco making it a 2-2 final score.
Huntington United look like finishing top of the division going into the play offs as they now lead by three points with two regular season games to play. Two more victories and clean sheets saw them take maximum points. Ben Koch hit a hat trick and Dylan Thody scored once in the 4-0 win over CSH Vipers, Dylan then claimed a hat trick with Ben scoring twice in the 5-0 victory over HBC Revolution.
Chelsea stayed in second spot after beating Benfica, Lennon Harrington hit all four goals in the 4-0 victory.
Benfica bounced back to beat Brentwood Tigers 2-0, Christian Lizama scored both goals.
HBC Revolution and Brentwood played the division’s final game of the day and it was Revolution who came out on top. Anthony Sandoval, Andy Martinez and Dylan Cahill were all on target in the 3-0 win.
Whitman FC and HBC Outlaws shared the points in an entertaining opening game in the BU16 division. Seb Koch twice gave Whitman the lead but each time Chris Roberts tied it up and it ended 2-2.
Lake Hayes scored five times to go clear at the top of the Golden Boot table as Smithtown EMK beat HBC Outlaws 6-1.
Daniel Dileo then hit a hat trick in Whitman FC’s 4-0 win over Brentwood Napoli and Raul Sanchez was on target twice as the Vikingos also beat Brentwood 4-0.
The Vikingos handed Smithtown only their second loss of the season coming out on top 2-1 in an intense game. Lake Hayes found the net again to tie it up after Raul Sanchez had given the Vikings the lead but David Vides’ second half strike proved to be the winner.
Nate Gegwich gave the Uncrustables a 1-0 half time lead over Banterous Brothers but a Ryan Benchimol goal evened it up after the break and it ended all square at 1-1.
The Uncrustables then beat Miso Hungry, Ronan Carroll scored twice in the 4-2 win with Austin Debus also finding the net twice for Miso.
Two Alex Rivera goals helped Don Tomas FC to a 3-1 victory over Banterous Brothers and a second success followed as they beat knockers FC 6-2 with Alex again on target twice.
Erin Aydin was another player to score twice in two games as Pollos FC secured maximum points beating Miso Hungry 6-2 then Toft United 5-2.
The division’s final game saw Toft United’s Michael Algeiri claim two goals in a comfortable 6-2 win over Knockers FC.
Juan Salamanca scored twice for Knockers FC but it wasn’t enough as goals by Stephan Mazut, Colin Barnard and Ronan Carroll won it for the Uncrustables 3-2.
Pollos FC then beat Knockers FC, Carlos Godoy, Eren Aydin, Pat Golle and Cameron Entwhistle were all on target in the 4-1 win.
Nick Viggiano netted twice for Uncrustables as they beat a depleted Toft United 5-2 before Pollos FC made it two wins out of two with a 5-1 victory over Don Tomas FC. Carlos Godoy scored a first half hat trick and Eren Aydin added two after the break.
Ryan Bechimol scored the only goal of a tight first half between Banterous Brothers and Toft United. Kyle Kelly and Brian MaCleod extended their lead as the Brothers won 3-1.
Don Tomas FC produced an excellent display to hand Miso Hungry their first defeat of the season. Alex Rivas and Juan Salamanca each scored twice in the 4-3 victory.
Miso then played an intense game with Banterous Brothers. Neither team could find the net in the first half but the game exploded after the break with Ryan Smith giving the Brothers a 1-0 lead. James Bonofazio tied it up shortly after but Kyle Kelly struck the winner as the Brothers held on for the 2-1 triumph.
Northport Sounders led 1-0 against Hbc Celtic until the the last seconds of the first half. Celtic turned it around in the second half and the 7-1 victory included a hat trick for Grant Kurland, two for Gale Kurland and two for Jonathan Morales.
Liverpool then beat Celtic by the same score line, Lennon Harington had a hat trick and Keaton Levine two.
Nick Rodriguez and Henry Treanor scored either side of half time to give CSH Spartans a 2-0 win over Northport Sounders and Celtic made it two wins beating Valencia 3-1, Keaton Levine scored twice to keep Liverpool’s winning streak alive.
Valencia won the division’s final game, Remi Asghar hit two goals in the 5-1 victory over the Spartans.
CSH Tornados got off to a good start when Spencer James gave them an early lead over the Destroyers. Spencer added a second and Austin Krywak scored in the 3-1 win.
Yohann Guerrier and Gavin O’Brien gave Kings Park United a 2-0 lead over the Destroyers, Noah Delello pulled one back but United held on for the 2-1 win.
Andrew McRoy and Austin Krywak scored the goals that gave CSH Tornados a 2-1 victory over the Southdown Flyers then Yohann Guerrier hit a hat trick for Kings Park United in their 3-0 win over HBC Ajax.
A first half goal by Elijah Prywes gave HBC Milan the lead over the Flyers but second half strikes by Quinn Rinaldi and Owen Gordon turned it around for the Flyers who held on to win 2-1.
HBC Ajax and HBC Milan played the division’s final game and had to settle for a point each in an entertaining 3-3 draw.
Gabby Perciballi and Christina Saitzyk scored first half goals as South Huntington Wave took a 2-0 lead into the half time break against the HBC Lady Vikings. The Vikings recovered well in the second half and two goals by Anna Sarducci meant the game finished all square at 2-2.
Gale Kurland struck five times to help HBC Chaos beat the Lady Vikings 6-0, Ashely Austin was also on the score sheet.
SH Wave got their first win of the season beating the CSH Orange Crush 2-0. Emily Hotine and Christina Saitzyk scored either side of half time.
The Power suffered their first defeat of the season losing to Chaos. Emma Wilck hit a hat trick in the 5-1 victory.
The Power bounced back and beat the Orange Crush 1-0 in the division’s final game of the day. Abby Foodim scored the games only goal in the first half.
The HBC Cosmos and Port United shared the points in an end to end game that finished 2-2. Ben Fackler scored both goals for the Cosmos and Port’s top scorer Andres Iovala matched him with two for United.
Jacob Fleischer scored the winner for Harborfields Green as they defeated the Cosmos 1-0 in another close game.
The two Harborfields teams, Green and White, then went head to head and another competitive game saw the points shared. Joey Serventi hit two for the Whites with Chase Marini scoring the other, the Greens replied with two goals by Jack Hochheiser and one from Owen Guddemi.
Juventus had a good day winning twice to move clear at the top of the table. Ryan Lynch, Gillian Kurland and Brendan O’Connor each scored two in the 6-1 victory over Harborfields Green then Antonio Laudicina and Brendan O’Connor were on target in the 3-0 win over the Whites, the other being an unfortunate own goal.
Tyler Godwin’s two goals were the difference between CSH Vipers and Brentwood Tigers as the Vipers took the points in the 2-0 victory.
Smithtown Super Sayan Rebound proved to be too strong for the Vipers in their next game despite the Vipers leading 1-0 at half time through Raymond Cumella’s goal. Two second half strikes by Patrick Hyland and a goal by Alex Tylar won it for the Rebound 3-1.
Davis Lazaro was HBC Arsenal’s hero scoring a hat trick in their 3-0 win over the Brentwood Tigers.
Arsenal played a tough first half against the league leaders Huntington United but a strong second half performance by United saw them pull away and register a convincing 7-2 win. Dylan Thody hit four goals, Ben Koch two and Nick Campanelli one.
Emerson Soriano was on target twice for HBC Revolution in their impressive 4-0 win over Smithtown Rebound. Emerson also scored in the Revolution’s next game along with Thomas Kaler in their 2-1 victory over Benfica.
Huntington United and Chelsea were both unbeaten going into week five and it looked like staying that way with the game scoreless and time running out. With only five seconds remaining on the clock Ben Koch’s shot in a crowded penalty box found its way into the corner to win it 1-0 for United who now move two points clear at the top of the league.
Chelsea recovered to win their second game beating HBC City 4-1 thanks to two goals from Max Bloess and one each from Liam Harrington and Lennon Harrington.
Benfica were pushed all the way by HBC City in the last game of the day but Christian Lizama’s hat trick helped them to a 5-3 triumph in another entertaining game.
Brentwood Napoli recorded their first win of the season with an impressive 3-1 victory over the HBC Outlaws. Justin Cabrera, Luis Ruiz and Sonnick Bouquet got the goals.
Nate Shin found the net twice as Smithtown EMK beat Brentwood 6-0. Nate then hit two against Whitman FC in the 7-3 win, Lake Hayes also scored twice to go top of the Golden Boot table.
The Uniondale Vikingos played two very close games against the Outlaws then Whitman FC. Travis Roux gave the Outlaws a half time lead but Andrew Orrego’s goal for the Vikingos tied it up and it ended even at 1-1.
The Vikingos then led 2-1 at half time in their game with Whitman thanks to goals by Raul Sanchez and David Vides.
Dylan Thody scored for Whitman in an intense first half then Richard Morel tied it up half way through the second before an unfortunate Whitman own goal near the end saw the Vikingos take the points with a 3-2 victory.
An end to end opening match saw Knockers FC twice take the lead over Banterous Brothers thanks to goals by Juan Salamanca and Ricky Mazur.
The Brothers responded with equalizing goals by Brian MacCleod and Matt Macchia before Brian hit the winner with the last kick of the game to win it 3-2.
Banterous Brothers couldn’t hold Pollos FC who beat them convincingly, Carlos Godoy netted a first half hat trick in the 5-0 win.
Knockers FC raced into a 3-0 lead against Miso Hungry but then found themselves 6-3 down! They pulled it back to 6-5 but ultimately went down 7-5. Austin Debus and Jonathan Osmun scored twice for Miso, Ricky Mazur hit a hat trick for Knockers FC.
Carlos Godoy was on target again scoring twice against Uncrustables. Eren Aydin went one better with a hat trick in the 5-1 victory.
Miso Hungry made it two wins out of two on the night with a 4-0 victory over Toft United, Ryan Sullivan scored twice, Jonathan Osmun and Austin Debus once.
Don Tomas FC had a good week winning both of their games 4-3. Tyler Axelson’s two goals helped them overcome Uncrustables then another two from Tyler and two by Rudy Salmeron saw off Toft United who had fought back from 3-0 down before Rudy’s late winner.
Liverpool maintained their winning start to the season beating CSH Spartans 4-1 in the opening game then Northport Sounders 5-0. Noah Reinstein and Mark Meihofer found the net against the Spartans and Lennon Harington added two. Mark was again on target against the Sounders as was Lennon who netted a hat trick. Gale Kurland completed the scoring for Liverpool with the games final goal.
Grant Kurland scored four times as Celtic defeated the Spartans 6-1. Angelo Lucignano and Thomas Carluccio were also on the scoresheet, Nick Rodriguez scored for the Spartans, his second of the day.
Valencia and the Sounders went in tied 0-0 at the break but shortly after Yovanni Rivera broke the deadlock then Remi Asghar, Kris Campos, Cristian Alvizures and AJ Spector all added goals for Valencia who won 5-1, Josh Bohlem replied for the Sounders.
Valencia and Celtic played a competitive game that saw both teams struggle to break the deadlock. Yovanni Rivera eventually got the games first goal mid way through the second half to give Valencia the lead and Kris Campos wrapped it up with a second to make it a final score of 2-0 to Valencia.
The Southdown Flyers defended impressively in both of their week 4 games keeping two clean sheets!
The Flyers and the Destroyers tied 0-0 in the division’s opening game then Michael Tucker scored a second half goal as the Flyers beat Kings Park United 1-0 in another close game.
Owen Lakhani hit a hat trick as the Destroyers recorded a 5-1 victory over HBC Ajax.
Matthew Langino scored twice in Kings Park United’s 6-0 win over HBC Milan then Spencer James netted a hat trick as CSH Tornados beat HBC Ajax 5-0.
The Tornados made it two wins out of two defeating HBC Milan in the division’s final game of the day, Austin Krywak struck twice in the 4-0 triumph.
Second half goals by Morgan Walcott, Amanda Burrack and Abigail Nevins saw Power take the points in their 3-1 win over CSH Orange Crush. Amanda was also on target in the Powers’s second game scoring the only goal as they beat South Huntington Wave 1-0.
Chaos also won twice on the day. Gale Kurland scored twice in the 5-0 victory over the Crush then Allie Alloggiamento ad Ashley Austin got the goals as Chaos overcame SH Wave 2-0.
Harborfields Green won their first game
over Port United. Liam Bayne scored all four goals in the 4-0 victory.
Joey Serventi struck twice for Harborfields White as they also beat Port United, 5-0 the score in that game.
The Greens and HBC Cosmos played a tight game that ended even. Both teams were unable to find the net and settled for a point each in the 0-0 draw.
The Whites and HBC Juventus also tied, Brendan O’Connor gave Juve an early lead but Noah Tacy equalized before half time. Both teams had chances after the break but it ended 1-1.
Owen Guddemi scored twice in the Green’s second game against the Cosmos. Liam Bayne was also on target in the 3-1 triumph, Jack Zipkin replied for the Cosmos.
Noah Tacy hit two early goals for the Whites in their second game against Juventus. Juve recovered well and replied twice before half time. Juve stepped it up after the break and converted another five times to win it 7-2. Gillian Kurland netted four times, Max Manu, Tyler Striga and Zach Smith added one each.
Jack Steel gave Benfica a first half lead against CSH Vipers but the Vipers were level within seconds thanks to a clever flick from Ian Smith.
Ryan Kaiser restored Benfica’s lead early in the second half and Jack Steel scored his second and Benfica’s third to win it 3-1.
Teddy Leavy’s powerful strike then gave the Vipers a 1-0 half time lead over HBC Arsenal but a strong second half performance from Arsenal saw them win 4-1. Jack Jimenez hit two goals and Andrew Stanco & David Lazaro scored once.
Jack was on target again to give Arsenal a half time lead over Benfica. Christian Lizama squared it up for Benfica and the points were shared in the 1-1 tie.
Huntington United had two convincing victories over Brentwood Tigers then Smithtown Rebound. Kevin Rankel scored twice in the 6-0 win against the Tigers and Jack Noble bagged the first four in the 6-1 win over Smithtown. Ben Koch, Ben D’Agostino, Nick Campanelli and Dylan Thody (twice) all netted for United.
HBC City led 1-0 at half time against Brentwood Tigers thanks to Ryan Keegan’s excellent strike. David McCalla added two then Matthew Mallen and Nick La Capra each scored once in the second half to win it 5-1 for City.
Liam Harrington struck twice in the first half for Chelsea in their game against Smithtown Rebound, Lennon Harrington added a late third to make it a final score of 3-0.
David McCalla and Matthew Mallen each scored twice as HBC City defeated HBC Revolution 5-1. Nick LaCapra also found the net for City with Aidan Richter replying for Revolution.
The division’s final game of the day saw Chelsea take a 2-0 lead over HBC Revolution, Liam Harrington and Lennon Harrington scoring either side of half time. Revolution looked to be out of time but a Thomas Kaler goal with only 20 seconds remaining gave them hope and Emerson Soriano completed an impressive comeback with the games final kick to make it 2-2.
Smithtown EMK dominated against the HBC Outlaws, Lake Hayes and Nathan Chin each scored twice in the 6-0 win.
The Outlaws improved in their second game but were eventually broken down by Whitman FC. Arnold Aguilera scored a late goal in the first half and further goals by Seb Koch then Pater Humann gave Whitman a 3-0 victory.
Peter then hit a hat trick as Whitman comfortably beat Brentwood Napoli 6-0.
The best game in the division was between the Vikingos and Smithtown EMK. Warren Sanger gave the Vikingos the lead but EMK fought back to lead 2-1 with goals from Logan Daost and Sean Fitzgerald. Warren tied it up with his second goal for the Vikingos and it ended all square at 2-2.
Brentwood Napoli played well and defended confidently in the first half going to the break tied 0-0 against the Vikingos but the Vikingos turned it on in the second half and David Villa scored two of their four goals as the Vikingos claimed the points with a 4-0 win.
Northport Sounders got their first victory of the season beating CSH Spartans 3-1 in the division’s opener. Andrew Belanic, Matt Horyczun and Carter Hendrickson scored the goals.
The Spartans and Valencia shared the points in a 1-1 tie. Jack Engel gave the Spartans a second half lead but Aidan Krollage equalized soon after.
Jonathan Morales, Grant Kurland and Thomas Carluccio each scored twice in Celtic’s 7-1 win over Northport, Ryan Kaiser got the other goal.
Liverpool kept up their 100% record beating Valencia and Celtic.
Lennon Harington scored four times against Valencia with Dylan Gugin adding two and Keaton Levine one in the 7-2 win.
A 7-1 victory over Celtic followed, Dylan & Keaton scored again and Lennon added four more, Noah Reinstein completed the scoring.
Owen Gordon scored two first half goals to give Southdown Flyers a 2-0 lead over HBC Milan. Jack Steinberg added a third shortly after the break to make a final score of 3-0 in the Flyers favor.
Aaron Liberman scored twice in HBC Milan’s next game as they beat Destroyers FC 6-1.
Jack Steinberg then scored a hat trick and Michael Tucker twice as the Flyers beat Ajax 6-0.
Walter Kusterback, Spencer James, Christian Luca and Austin Krywack all found the net CSH Tornados 4-1 victory over Destroyers FC before Spencer scored twice to help the Tornados to a second 4-1 win, this time over Kings Park United.
Johann Guerrier claimed a hat trick in Kings Park’s 6-0 triumph over Ajax, Anthony Alberici struck twice and Gavin O’Brien once.
HBC City led twice and against HBC Arsenal but had to settle for a point. Zan Ahmed scored in the first half and Grant Kurland in the second but each time Arsenal pulled level. Jack Jimenez and David Lazaro got the goals for Arsenal and it finished 2-2.
David was also on target twice in Arsenal’s second game as they beat HBC Revolution 2-1 in a close encounter.
Dylan Thody hit a hat trick for Huntington United in their 6-0 victory over HBC City and Alex Tylar went one better hitting four goals as Smithtown Super Sane Rebound saw off the Brentwood Tigers 7-1.
HBC Revolution won a close match against Brentwood, Dylan Cahill netted both goals as they held on to win 2-1.
CSH Vipers fought hard against Huntington United but we’re 2-1 down at the break. United eventually made their pressure tell scoring three late goals to win 5-1. Dylan Thody, Ben Koch, Josh Chandra, Ben D’Agostino and Jack O’Brien all scored with Peter Leavy replying for the Titans.
Ian Franklin then scored twice for Chelsea as they recorded a 4-0 victory over the Titans.
Benfica led 2-0 against Smithtown and looked to be heading for victory but late goals by Luke Hunsucker and Alex Tylar secured Smithtown a point.
Chelsea overcame Benfica 5-0 in the division’s final game of the day, Lennon Harrington scored a goal in each half, Ian Franklin, Liam Harrington and Max Bloess completed the scoring.
CSH Orange Crush took maximum points winning both of their week 3 games. Madyn Kale scored the only goal of the game against South Huntington Wave then Leighton Evans gave the Crush a first half lead over the HBC Lady Vikings. Madyn scored her second of the day in the second half to give the Crush a 2-0 victory.
Gale Kurland hit the net twice after Saige Hasson opened the scoring as HBC Chaos beat SH Wave 3-1.
Chaos and Power then shared the points in a tight game that ended 1-1. Sofia Livan gave Chaos the lead but Juliette Arnone tied it up for the Power before half time.
The Power then came out on top 3-0 over the Lady Vikings thanks to Morgan Walcott’s hat trick.
Joey Serventi scored all four goals for Harborfields White as they beat Port United 4-2. Andreas Iuvala’s two first half goals for Port gave them a 2-1 lead at the break but the Whites came out on top.
Liam Bayne and JJ Tracy both netted twice as Harborfields Green beat Harborfields White 4-2 in an end to end game. Westin Ritcey got both goals for the Whites.
Brett Levine and Ben Fackler also hit two each as HBC Cosmos secured their first win of the season beating Port United 4-1.
They followed that up with a 1-0 victory over Juventus, Jack Zipkin scoring the all important goal mid way through the second half.
Juventus and Harborfields Green tied 1-1. Liam Bayne gave the Greens a 1-0 lead in the first half but a penalty kick by Brendan O’Connor leveled it for Juve.
Uniondale Vikingos won the division’s opening game against the Outlaws, Warren Sanger found the net twice in their 4-1 triumph.
Whitman FC and the Vikingos then played a tense and competitive match that saw Sebastian Koch give Whitman a 1-0 half time lead. The Vikingos finally tied it up with three minutes remaining when Raul Sanchez volleyed in an excellent strike. With only a minute left Adrian Astudillo then scored from close range to win it for the Vikingos, 2-1.
Patrick Ahearn scored two early goals to give the Outlaws a 2-0 advantage over Brentwood Napoli. Brentwood then staged an impressive comeback scoring three before half time then adding a fourth just after the break. The Outlaws then staged their own comeback with two goals in the last couple of minutes to tie the game 4-4. Michael Pinzone then Ian Kaish got the late goals for the Outlaws, Luis Alvarado, Sonnick Bouquet, Luis Ruiz and Maynor Rodriguez all scored for Brentwood.
Whitman FC recovered from their earlier loss to claim the points with a 2-1 win over Smithtown EMK. Angel Catalon gave Whitman the lead but Sean Fitzgerald equalized for EMK. Sebastian Koch scored the only goal in the second half with a powerful strike to win it for Whitman.
Smithtown EMK then won the days final game comfortably, Lake Hayes, Jake Delrosario and Sean Fitzgerald all netted twice in the 7-1 victory.
Nate Gegwich scored the only goal of a close game between Uncrustables and Banterous Brothers to give his team the points in the division’s opening game.
Nate was on target again against Miso Hungry equalizing after Vinnie Alfiero had given Miso the lead with a first half free kick. A frantic finish saw Miso win it with the games final kick, Joe DeSimone was on hand to tap the ball home from close range to to spark wild celebrations!
Banterous Brothers recovered to beat Don Tomas FC 3-0, Garrett Rospars broke the deadlock with a powerful first half strike and Kyle Kelly added two more after the break.
Pollos FC and Miso Hungry played an entertaining game with both sides coming close on numerous occasions but ultimately unable to score, 0-0 the final result.
Tyler Axelson netted four times in Dom Thomas FC’s 6-2 victory over Knockers FC and Eren Aydin scored twice as Pollos FC dominated in their 5-0 win over Toft United.
Toft hit back with a 4-3 victory over Knockers FC, Jordan Robinson claimed a hat trick and Michael Algeiri scored once but late goals by Toft from Juan Salamanca and Rudy Salmeron added to an early Jordi Velasquez made it a nail-biting finish.
Uncrustables opened up week two with a 3-1 win over Knockers FC, Nate Gegwich, Aidan Costello and Stephan Mazut scored the goals. They were soon brought back down to earth as Toft United beat them 7-1. Michael Algeiri scored a hat trick and Ronan Carroll added two.
Carlos Godoy scored twice for Pollos FC in their 4-1 victory over Knockers FC then followed it up with a hat trick as Pollos beat Don Tomas FC 7-1, Eren Aydin also hit two.
Banterous Brothers won a close game with Toft United, Mike Kucza scored the only goal in a tight first half and Kyle Kelly added one more in the second half to secure a 2-0 win.
Jonathan Osmun was on target twice as Miso Hungry overcame Don Tomas 6-0, Austin Debus then scored twice as Miso Hungry went two for two on the night beating Banterous Brothers 3-1.
Liverpool continued their strong start to the season with two convincing wins over Northport Sounders then CSH Spartans. Lennon Harrington scored four times in the 6-0 victory over the Sounders and added two against the Spartans with Keaton Levine claiming a hat trick in the 7-1 win.
Jonathan Morales scored the only goal of the game for Celtic in their match up against Valencia then Grant Kurland then netted a hat trick as Celtic beat the Spartans 6-0 to record two victories.
AJ Spector, Cristian Alvizures and Yovanni Rivera scored the goals for Valencia as they came out on top 3-1 over the Sounders.
Southdown Flyers got the points in their game against CSH Tornados, Jack Steinberg scored twice in the 4-2 victory.
The Tornados then lost again by the same scoreline to HBC Milan, Jayden Castro netted a goal in each half for Milan who then won 6-5 against HBC Ajax. Jayden scored another two goals and Elijah Prywes hit a hat trick as Milan took a commanding first half lead. Grant Kurland scored five second half goals for Ajax to make it a nail biting finish but Milan held on.
Kings Park United went two for two on the day beating the Flyers 2-1 and then the Destroyers 3-0. Matthew Langino and Michael Canonico scored for United after Owen Gordon’s opener for the Flyers them Matthew added two more in the victory over the Destroyers.
The Destroyers came back to win their second game 3-2 against HBC Ajax. A close game saw the Destroyers lead three times with goals from Owen Lakhani, Jesse Giavacco then a second from Owen which proved to be the winner.
HBC Lady Vikings and South Huntington Wave tied the first game in the girls division, neither team could find the net in a close 0-0 game.
Gale Kurland scored a hat trick as Chaos beat the Vikings 6-1. Gale was also on target with a late second half winner in a tight 1-0 victory over CSH Orange Crush.
S.H.Wave took a first half lead against the Power when Christina Saitzyk found the net. That looked like being the winner until Morgan Walcott tied it up for the Power with only 30 seconds remaining.
Morgan was on the score sheet again as the Power beat CSH 2-0, Amanda Burrack also scored as the Power continued their unbeaten start to the season.
Henry Sweeney and Antonio Laudicina got the goals as HBC Juventus claimed a 2-1 victory over Harborfields White. Juventus made it two wins on the day beating Port United 6-0, Tyler Striga scored twice.
Harborfields White recovered to beat HBC Cosmos 3-2, Weston Ritzi scored twice and Chase Moroni once in close game that was settled in the final minute.
Liam Bane, Matthew Marvin and Jack Hochheiser all hit the net in Harborfields Green’s 3-0 win over the Cosmos. Liam then scored twice along with Owen Guddemi as the Green’s beat Port United 6-0.
HBC won the opening game in the BU14/15 division beating CSH Vipers 2-1. David McCalla and Alex Bogdani got the goals for City with Peter Leavy replying for the Vipers.
HBC Revolution were also successful against the Vipers with goals by Noel Silva, Thomas Kaler and Andy Martinez helping them to a 3-1 victory.
Smithtown SS Rebound beat HBC City 4-0 thanks to goals by Alex Tylar, Thomas Hyland, Sam Mastrangelo and Gavin Reis while Huntington United dominated against Revolution, Jack O’Brien scored twice in the 6-0 win.
Andre Stanco and Davis Lizama scored the goals that gave HBC Arsenal a 2-1 victory over Smithtown before Benfica and Huntington United tied 0-0. United dominated for long spells but couldn’t find a way past an inform Jonathan Shank in the Benfica goal.
David Lizama gave Arsenal the lead against Chelsea and scored a second before the break but they went in 3-2 down. Chelsea added two more after the break to win 5-2, Ian Franklin top scored with two goals.
Nick Constant netted both of Benfica’s goals in their 2-1 win over Brentwood Tigers then Lennon Harington scored five times in Chelsea’s 8-2 triumph over Brentwood in the divisions final game of the day.
Lake Hayes struck twice for Smithtown EMK as they beat the unlucky Outlaws 2-1.
Dan Costello looked like his goal had secured a point but a last ditch penalty kick by Lake gave EMK the points.
A second half goal by Ben Koch and an unfortunate own goal gave Whitman FC a 2-0 over the Outlaws. Ben then scored a hat trick in the 6-0 victory over Brentwood Napoli, Daniel Deleo also netted twice and Sebastian Koch once.
Uniondale Vikingos led 2-1 at half time against Smithtown EMK thanks to goals by Raul Sanchez and Sebastian Blass but EMK hit back and two more Lake Hayes goals and one from Nathan Shin saw Smithtown win an exciting game 3-2.
The Vikingos led again in the days final game against Brentwood, Raul Sanchez scored twice and Sebastian Blass once as they went into half time 3-2 up.
Louis Alvarado and Maynor Rodriguez scored first half goals for Brentwood and Sonick Bouquet had the final day netting the equalizer, 3-3 the final score.
WEEKLY REVIEW – WEEK 1 – DECEMBER 14TH/15TH 2018
The BU18 got underway with Miso Hungry collecting the points in a 3-0 win over Toft United thanks to two goals from Ryan Sullivan and one from Danny Alnwick. Austin Debus scored twice in Miso’s next game as they went two for two beating Knockers FC 4-1.
Michael Algeiri scored twice for Toft United in their 2-0 victory over Don Tomas FC who then recovered to beat Uncrustables 2-1 thanks to Tyler Axelson who netted both.
Banterous Brothers came out on top 3-2 in their game with Knockers FC, Garrett Rospass scored twice and Kyle Kelly once.
Uncrustables and Pollos FC played out a competitive 0-0 draw before Pollos put 5 past Banterous Brothers, Erin Aydin scored twice in the 5-0 win.
AJ Specter and Michael Burke scored for Valencia in their 2-0 victory over CSH Spartans in the opening game in the BU12/13 division. Spartans then tied an entertaining game with Northport Sounders, Mohammed Hajee and J’o Tsoumpas were on target for the Spartans with Cyrus Dennis and Matt Horyczun replying for the Sounders.
Liverpool opened their season with a 6-0 win over Valencia, Lennon Harrington scored four times with Luca Mazzilli and Dylan Gugin adding one each.
Thomas Carluccio hit a hat trick as Hbc Celtic started their campaign with a 5-1 triumph over Northport Sounders, Angelo Lucignano and Jonathan Morales also scored. Their second game proved more challenging and despite keeper Royale Baker making some impressive saves he couldn’t stop Liverpool from finding the net in the 2nd half. Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick in the 6-0 win, Dylan Gugin, Mark Meihoefer and Keaton Levine completed the scoring.
Kings Park United started the season with two wins opening with a 2-0 victory over Milan. Matthew Langino and Brendan Glenn scored the goals and both were on target again as United beat CSH Tornados 3-1, Yohann Guerrier also found the net.
An Elijah Prywes hat trick got Milan back on track as the beat Destroyers FC 3-0.
Southdown Flyers also recorded a victory over the Destroyers winning 3-1 with two goals by Jack Steinberg and one from Quinn Rinaldi. Jack scored another two in the 4-0 win over Ajax and the CSH Tornados claimed their first win with a 5-1 triumph over Ajax, Walter Kusterbeck hit the target twice for the Tornados.
CSH Orange Crush and South Huntington Wave got the girls U11/12 division up and running and it was the Crush who got the two points winning a close game 2-1. Sierra Riepe gave the Crush a 1-0 half time lead and Leigh Evans extended it after the break. Gabby Perciballi pulled one back for the Wave but the Crush held on.
Jamyn Husselbeck and Anna Sard scored for the HBC Lady Vikings as they opened their season with a 2-1 win over the Orange Crush. Madyn Kelb found the net for the Crush but they couldn’t find a second in a scoreless second half.
Gale Kurland and Asley Austin both scored hat tricks as HBC Chaos recorded a 6-0 win over SH Wave.
The Power then then showed good defensive qualities keeping two clean sheets in their games, unfortunately they couldn’t find the net either and tied competitive games 0-0 with the Lady Vikings then Chaos.
With Harborfields Green and Harborfields White not playing only three games took place in the BU9 division. Stephan Vigo and Andras Iuvala scored the goals for Port United as they beat Cosmos 2-1 in the opening game. Hbc Juventus started their season strongly with two convincing victories over the Cosmos and Port United. Brendan O’Connor scored a second half hat trick in the 6-0 win over Cosmos, Max Manu scored twice and Zach Smith once. Brendan followed that with a second hat trick against Port Utd, Zach Smith and Gillian Kurland added further goals in the 5-1 win.
Ian Smith scored twice for the CSH Vipers as they got their season off to a winning start by beating Brentwood Tigers 4-2. Will Brancato and Peter Leavy also netted with Rene Cruz and Angel Fuentes replying for Brentwood.
Ian repeated the feat in the Vipers second game scoring both in the 2-1 win over Smithtown Super Sayan Rebound.
David Lazaro was on target twice as Arsenal opened up with a 5-0 win over Brentwood the Smithtown rebounded with a 5-1 victory over Hbc Revolution. Alex Tylar scored two with Gavin Reis, Tommy Hyland and Sam Mastrangelo getting one apiece.
Arsenal led at half time against Huntington United thanks to a goal by David Lazaro but an end to end encounter saw Ben Koch and Ryan Gannon turn it around for United in the second half as they held on for the 2-1 win.
Christian Lizama hit the net twice for Benfica against the Hbc Revolution but it wasn’t enough as Hbc replied with four goals to win it 4-2. Andy Martinez, Eric Sandoval, Noel Silva and Aidan Richter all got on the score sheet.
Huntington Utd took the lead over Chelsea with a deflected own goal in the first half but Chelsea’s Chris Thorsen tied it up early in the second half and despite late pressure form United it ended all square at 1-1.
Matthew Mallen and Luciano Larrea each scored twice as Hbc City saw off Benfica 5-1. Luciano was on target again against Chelsea equalizing an early Chris Thorsen shot. Lennon Harrington’s strike broke the deadlock late in the game before Ian Franklin added another with the last kick of the game to give Chelsea a 3-1 victory.
Brentwood Napoli benefited from a bizarre own goal to take an early lead against the Outlaws in the division’s opening game. The Outlaws got stronger as the game went on and goals by Michael Pinzone, Niko Rzehak, James Philipis and Patrick Ahearn saw them triumph 4-1.
The Outlaws found it a lot harder in their next game against against the Uniondale Vikingos losing 5-0.
The Vikingos won by the same score in their next game beating Whitman FC, Raul Sanchez claimed a hat trick and Adrian Astudillo scored twice.
Smithtown EMK won comfortably against Brentwood. Alex Tylar, Tyler Aubree and Sean Fitzgerald all scored twice in the 6-0 victory.
The days final game saw Smithtown and Whitman FC go head to head and a tight first half ended goalless. Lake Hayes eventually broke the deadlock for Smithtown mid way through the second half and Alex Tylar added a second to give Smithtown an impressive 2-0 win.
Michael Barefield scored the first goal of the week to give Bana UO a 1-0 lead over H Footy in the BU18 division but Michael Algieri tied it up before half time for Footy. An end to end second half saw Evan Barnes give Bana their second lead when he scored from distance but Carlos Godoy brought Footy level again with a clever chip over the keeper and it ended even at 2-2.
H Footy then raced into a two goal lead against One Pound Fish courtesy of a Fish own goal and Aidan Costello’s deflected shot. Nikolai Mazut pulled one back for Fish but another deflected shot, this time from Conor Phelan, restored Footy’s two goal lead. James Cameron’s goal then made it 3-2 but soon after Carlos Godoy scored after a quick free kick to give Footy another two goal cushion. Carl Barnard scored inside the last minute for Fish but they couldn’t find an equalizer and it ended 4-3 in H Footy’s favor.
Swaz Tekkers FC dominated the first half against Bana UO and took a 5-1 lead into the half time break. Bana improved in the second half but Tekkers took the points, Jack Wetzel, Dylan Deloia and Andrew Crofts all scored twice in the 6-2 victory.
Swaz Tekkers made it two out of two with a 4-2 win over One Pound Fish, Jack Wetzel scored twice with Andrew Crofts and Will Nasta adding one each. Nikolai Mazut and Carl Barnard replied for Fish.
Colby Konisberger gave the Southdown Flyers a 1-0 lead a minute before half time against the Destroyers in the division’s opening game. That proved to be the winning goal as both teams failed to score in an even second half.
The Flyers took the lead in their second game against Harborfields Barca when James Fitzpatrick scored but Barca hit back and a goal either side of half time by Brian Fuentes saw Barca take the points winning 2-1.
The Destroyers led twice against Chaos. Max Bernier and Declan O’Donnell scored the goals but Chaos came back each time and goals by Sam Dinstell and Jenna Kozodoy plus a hat trick by Golden Boot leader Grant Kurland saw Chaos win 5-2.
Sam Dinstell netted twice for Chaos against Barca who had drawn level in the first half through Justin Valencia. Grant Kurland added a third for Chaos who ended up 3-1 victors.
Peter Leavy and Ted Leavy scored early goals for CSH Vipers in their game with Super Sane Smithtown. Alex Tylar struck twice to bring Smithtown level before Ian Smith hooked the ball in to regain the lead for the Vipers. Alex completed his hat trick shortly after and an entertaining game ended all square at 3-3.
A first half goal by Lennon Harrington was enough to see Spurs take the points against the Vipers 1-0. Sawyer Diamond was the man of the match in the Spurs goal saving everything that came his way.
Valencia and Smithtown played another close game that was eventually settled by Golden Boot leader Alex Tyler. His close range finish mid way through the second half was the only goal of the game.
HB Spurs and HBC Revolution then played another one goal game, this time it was Thomas Kaler who broke the deadlock in the second half to give Revolution the 1-0 victory.
Emerson Soriano, Bryan Chevez and Logan Day all scored for the Revolution as they ended the day with a second win, this time 3-0 over Valencia.
Cody Tannenbaum opened the scoring for Celtic in their game with CSH Outlaws but a Zach Schnitzer hat trick and a goal by Matthew Ferranti swung the game in the Outlaws favor and they took the points in a 4-2 win.
The Outlaws started their next game strongly and took an early two goal lead over Liverpool thanks to goals by Max Carino and Zach Schnitzer. Lennon Harrington pulled one back before the break for Liverpool and Dylan Gugin tied it up 3 minutes into the second half. Lennon Harrington then scored his second and Liverpool’s third and they held on for the 3-2 victory.
Jonathan Morales scored twice as Celtic defeated Juventus 4-0, Matt Bender and Grant Kurland completed the scoring.
Liverpool had a comfortable win over the Sounders, Lennon Harrington scored four times, Dylan Gugun twice and Nick Kump once in the 7-1 score line. Nate Vorhees scored for the Sounders.
The Sounders soon recovered and beat Juventus 2-0 in a close game. Carter Hendrickson broke the deadlock in the first half and Matthew Horyczun added one after the break.
HBC Chelsea enjoyed two convincing wins in the BU9 division. Jake Marcus was on target twice in the 6-1 win over the Bulls and then scored five in the 7-1 victory against the Bears. Chase Podlas, Gavin Paterniani and Eli Solinsky all scored two each on the day for Chelsea.
Jack Hochheiser scored a hat trick for the Bulls against Ajax but it wasn’t enough to earn a point for his team as Elijah Prywes scored four times and Daniel Chung twice in a 6-3 win for Ajax.
Ajax then made it two wins with a 3-1 triumph over the Bears. Leo Sternschein equalized for the Bears after Daniel Chung had given Ajax a first half lead but two Elijah Prywes strikes secured victory for Ajax.
Amanda Paci scored twice for the CSH Wrecking Balls in their 4-1 win over HBC Mighty Tigers. A close first half ended 1-1 when Julia Gervase tied it up for the Tigers but second half goals by Stella Quilty and Victoria Waters along with Amanda’s second saw CSH come out on top.
Grace Abadamarco then gave CSH a 1-0 lead over league leaders SH Herricanes but Kathleen O’Mara evened it up shortly after. The teams couldn’t be separated in a tight second half and it ended 1-1.
The Legends were missing some regulars and it showed as they lost both of their week 7 games. Julia Gervase and Ana Tagliento scored twice in the HBC’s 6-0 victory, Brooke Cheskes and Sophia Winger also netted.
The Herricanes then finished the day with a 7-1 victory, Megan Rankel hit a hat trick, Britney Cisneros and Hannah O’Neil scored two each with Jillian Panos replying for the Legends.
Max Bloess scored late in the first half to give Levittown White the lead over Chelsea FC. Will Darius added a second after the break as the Whites deservedly won 2-0.
HBC Arsenal took the lead against Levittown White thanks to a Bryan Lizama’s header just before the break. JD Decima tied it up for the Whites but Brandon Cruz gave Arsenal the lead and a second from Bryan Lizama wrapped it up for Arsenal, 3-1 the final score.
Chelsea FC dominated the first half against Benfica scoring four times without reply. Lennon Harrington netted twice after Liam Harrington’s opener and Brent Starkey hit the fourth. A closer second half saw Nick Castellano pull a goal back for Benfica but Matteo Mazzilli finished the scoring by making it 5-1 to Chelsea.
Arsenal and Huntington United played a competitive first half with Ben Koch equalizing with the last kick of the half after Bryan Lizama gave Arsenal an early lead. United turned it up a notch in the second half and Kevin Rankel scored before Dylan Thody hit four goals. Jose Bautista and Ryan Schiff were on target for Arsenal but it ended 6-3 in United’s favor.
Benfica and Levittown Green played one of the more exciting games of the day but somehow neither team managed to find the net. Jesse Lynch in the Benfica goal and Dylan in the Levittown goal made multiple saves to keep it tied at 0-0 as both teams missed good chances late on to win it.
Huntington United were too strong for Levittown Green in the final game in the division and a Ben Koch hat trick and two goals by Dylan Thody gave them a 5-0 victory.
Smithtown EMK had two hard fought victories in the BU15 division. Sean Fitzgerald and Nico Rzehak were on target in the 2-0 win over Outlaws Green then Trevor Hubbard found the net twice against Outlaws White in the 3-0 victory, Noah Rosenblatt added the third.
Whitman FC were soon in control over the Outlaws Green and a Jayden Erickson hat trick helped them to a 4-0 triumph, Chris Schindler also found the net.
The Vikingos dominated against the Outlaws White with Raul Sanchez and Adrian Astudillo each scoring twice. Alan Calderon and Alex Cardenas also netted in the 6-0 win.
The Vikingos and Whitman FC went head to head in the days final game with both teams looking to lock up a first place finish. Vikingos struck first through Adrian Astudillo but Whitman were soon level when Sebastian Koch scored. A tense second half produced plenty of action but no goals and it ended 1-1 meaning Whitman FC finish as the top seed. Next weeks play offs should be exciting!
Adam Debus gave One Pound Fish a 1-0 half time lead in the opening game against Bana UO. Bana came to life in the second half and Eddie Serwan tied it up before Jimmy Desantis gave them the lead after a quick free kick. Michael Barefield wrapped it up with the last kick of the game to make it 3-1 to Bana.
Two early goals by Will Kelly and Adam Costa gave H Footy a 2-0 advantage against One Pound Fish and it proved to be enough as both teams failed to add to the score line.
Swaz Tekkers FC and Bana UO played next and it was another game that erupted after the break. Will Nasta scored the only goal of the first half to give Tekkers the lead but shortly after the restart Michael Barefield and Eddie Serwan turned it around with goals for Bana. Zach Himmel equalized almost immediately for Tekkers before Michael Barefield scored the goal of the night when his ‘Rabona’ shot flew into the corner of the net. It was a goal worthy of winning any game but it wasn’t to be as Will Nasta fed Austin Borina who slotted the ball home to make it 3-3 then Will hammered a low drive into the bottom corner to win it for the Tekkers 4-3.
Tekkers found themselves behind again when Will Kelly scored for H Footy. Carlos Godoy’s strike then went in off the underside of the bar to give Footy a 2-0 lead but two Will Nasta goals and one by Dylan Deloia completed another comeback for the Tekkers who held on for the 3-2 victory.
Gale Kurland gave Chaos a 1-0 half time lead against Harborfields Barca in the opening BU10 game. Allie Alloggiamento added another after the break and Grant Kurland scored twice as Chaos recorded an impressive 4-0 victory.
Barca improved in their next game and took the lead against the Destroyers when Justin Valencia scored. Noah Delello tied it up for the Destroyers mid way through the second half but a late Carlos Morales strike gave Barca the 2-1 win.
Ashley Pelliccione kept her second clean sheet of the day in the Chaos goal as they again won 4-0, this time beating the Southdown Flyers. Sam Dinstell and Allie Alloggiamento were on target and Grant Kurland added another two to move top of the Golden Boot Table.
The Flyers beat the Destroyers 1-0 in the divisions final game of the day. James Fitzpatrick’s first half goal was enough to secure the points as both defenses held tight in an even second half.
John Tsoumpas scored the only goal of a tight first half for CSH Vipers against HBC Revolution in the division’s opening game. Revolution pressed after the break and were rewarded with a minute remaining when Ryan Chavez equalized to make the final score 1-1.
Super Sane Smithtown extended their lead at the top of the table winning beating HBC Revolution 3-0 then Spurs 1-0. Gavin Reis scored twice and Thomas Natale once in the game against the Revolution then a Luke Hunsucker drive in the first thirty seconds against Spurs proved to be the winning goal in a closely fought game.
The Vipers remain second after beating Valencia 5-2. John Tsoumpas scored twice as the Vipers pulled away after the break after a close first half.
Valencia then led Spurs 1-0 at half time thanks to Christian Alvizures’ strike but Spurs upped their game after the break and a Carlos Banegas hat trick and a goal by Luciano Stanco gave them a convincing 4-1 victory.
Celtic left it late as they beat the Sounders 2-1 in the BU11 division’s opening game. Grant Kurland’s goal separated the teams at the half but the Sounders leveled early in the second half when Carter Hendrickson’s shot found the net. Both teams pressed for the winner and it came courtesy of Matt Bender with only one minute remaining.
Byron Arajo netted twice as Celtic then beat Liverpool 4-1 to move clear at the top of the table.
Liverpool recovered and beat HBC Juventus in their next game, Gale Kurland and Nick Kump each scored twice after Thomas Carluccio’s opener in the 5-1 victory. Kale Hobbs replied for Juventus.
CSH Outlaws and the Sounders shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Braydon Vitagliano and Michael Brandine were on target for the Outlaws with Josh Bohlem and Matt Horyczun evening it up for the Sounders.
Juventus soaked up some pressure before taking the lead against the Vipers. Grant Kurland was brought down in the box and converted the resulting penalty kick but the Outlaws hit straight back and tied it thanks to a Josh Stimpfl goal.
Colin Lennon gave the Vipers a 2-1 lead mid way through the second half but Brian Canales equalized on a breakaway with two minutes left and it ended 2-2.
Chelsea and Ajax played a nine goal thriller in the BU9 opener. Two Elijah Prywes goals gave Ajax a 2-0 lead but Chelsea turned it around with three straight goals to go 3-2 ahead. Ajax then scored twice through Jason Kobos and Elijah to regain the lead but two late goals swung the game back in Chelsea’s favor and they held on for the 5-4 victory. Jake Marcus scored once with Joseph Gizzi and Eli Solinsky netting twice each for Chelsea, Eli’s second proving to be the winner.
Ajax bounced back and another two goals by Elijah Prywes were followed by a Daniel Chung hat trick in the 5-0 win over the Harborfields Bulls.
Chelsea made it two wins out of two with a comfortable 7-1 triumph over Harborfields Bears. Gavin Paterniani scored four times before Jake Marcus added a late hat trick, Owen Guddemi scored for the Bears.
The Bulls and Bears played another tight game against each with the Bulls coming out on top this time. Joey Serventi’s two strikes weren’t enough for the Bears as two Jake Larocco goals and one from Jack Hochheiser made it 3-2 to the Bulls.
HBC Mighty Tigers enjoyed an impressive victory over the CSH Wrecking Balls. Julia Gervase was on target twice and McKenzie Coleman once in the 3-0 win.
Emmy Evans then gave the Wrecking Balls a half time lead over the Legends but second half goals by Neha Rathore and Jillian Panos gave the Legends the points in the 2-1 victory.
South Huntington Herricanes guaranteed themselves the number one seed in the play offs with two convincing wins over the Mighty Tigers and the Legends. Golden Boot leader Britney Cisneros and Kathleen O’Mara each scored twice against the Tigers in the 5-0 victory then Britney added a hat trick to her total against the Legends in a second 5-0 win.
Levittown Green and HBC Arsenal shared four first half goals in an end to end BU13/14 game. Andrew Stanco and Jason Benitez brought Arsenal level twice after Ryan Carmody’s two goals for the Greens. Levittown went ahead a third time after the break and this time held onto the lead adding two more to win 5-2, Max Bloess, Nolan Kaveney and Jack Longobucco were all on target.
David Lazaro scored for Benfica against Arsenal but two goals by Jason Benitez and one by Bryan Lizama saw Arsenal take a 3-1 lead early in the second half. Benfica rallied and strikes by Christian Lizama and Aidan Brancaccio brought them level and the points were shared in a 3-3 tie.
Jack Longobucco gave Levittown Green a 1-0 half time lead over Chelsea but an improved second half display from Chelsea saw them score three straight to take a two goal lead. Brent Starkey, Adrian Garcia and Matteo Mazzilli all netted before Max Bloess pulled a late goal back for the Greens. 3-2 the final score.
Huntington United were too strong for Benfica and a hat trick by Ben Koch and two goals from Dylan Thody saw them win 5-0.
Levittown White took an early two goal lead over Chelsea, Nolan Kaveney scored twice before Chelsea pulled one back before half time. Chelsea benefited from an unfortunate own goal to tie it up 2-2 after the break and Brent Starkey completed the comeback scoring the winner with four minutes left to play.
Levittown White then produced an impressive performance to beat leaders Huntington United 4-1. A Kyle Harrington hat trick and a goal by JP Decima stopped any chance of a comeback after Ben Koch had briefly made it 2-1 with a goal for United.
The Vikingos started strongly and ended up 5-0 winners against the Outlaws Green. Justin Mendez and Sebastian Blass both scored twice and Adrian Astuddillo added one.
Dan Costello hit a hat trick for Outlaws White against Outlaws Green but Thomas Pitvik scored five times for the Greens! Thomas’ fifth was the games final goal and tied it up at 6-6.
Raul Sanchez gave the Vikingos a 1-0 lead over Smithtown EMK but a confident Smithtown hit back with two Sean Fitzgerald goals and one by Anthony Defelice to take a 3-1 lead into the half time break. An entertaining second half followed but neither team were able to hit the net and Smithtown held on for the victory.
Steven Flores netted twice for Whitman FC in their 4-0 win over the Outlaws White then Arnold Aguilera gave them the lead in the days final game against Smithtown EMK. Anthony Defelice hammered in an equalizer from close range as the teams reached the break all square at 1-1. Trevor Hubbard’s low drive gave Smithtown a 2-1 lead and Trevor added his second and Smithtowns third shortly after to hand Whitman their first defeat of the season, 3-1 the final score.