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Winter Weekly Review 2013-2014

Week 8 Review

WEEK 8 Review

BU6

The BU6 play-offs began with first placed HBC Greece playing against 4th place Northport Ninja Turtles. Josue Corea gave Greece an early lead but Gabriel Ko levelled for the Ninja’s before the break. The Ninja’s played an excellent second half but were undone by two more Josue Corea goals as Greece moved into the final with a 3-1 victory.

Two points separated Dix Hills and HBC England in 2nd and 3rd place and as expected the play-off game was another close affair. Chances were few and far between in the first half with both teams unable to score. The first goal was always going to be important and it was England who made the breakthrough when Lennon Harrington’s shot found the corner. The game was wrapped up when England were awarded a penalty which Lennon Harrington converted to give England the 2-0 win.

FINAL: HBC Greece v HBC England

HBC Greece and HBC England played an exciting final with England taking the lead thanks to a Lennon Harrington free kick. He then added a second before half time to give England a two goal advantage. Greece hit back after the break with Josue Corea finding the net to make it a 2-1 game. Both teams had half chances as Greece pressed for the equalizer but the England defense held firm and Lennon Harrington completed his hat trick with the very last kick of the game to make the final score 3-1 in England’s favor.

Northport Kickers finished the season in style with two victories over Northport Ninja Turtles and Dix Hills. Callan Steele was on target against the Ninja’s in a 2-1 win and was the only scorer in the Dix Hills game as the Kickers came out on top 1-0.

Congratulations to all teams for a great U6 season, to England for their win in the final and to Josue Corea and Lennon Harrington who’s goals earned them both a ‘Golden Boot ‘ trophy.

BU8/9

The BU8 play-offs paired HBC Milan with Everton and HBC City with HBC Spurs.

HBC Milan eased their way into the final with a comfortable 5-0 win over Everton. Chastain Cassidy, Justin Gennat, Gavin Wistosky, David Mccalla and Jordan Heyman were all on target in the semi final victory.

City and Spurs played an end to end game with defenses dominating the play. The decisive goal was an unfortunate own goal by Spurs which gave City the 1-0 win and a place in the final against Milan.

Final: HBC City v HBC Milan

Milan started the final brightly and took an early two goal lead with goals from Chastain Cassidy and Shay Daly. City improved but were unable to get a goal back before the break. The second half was close with both teams creating but missing half chances. Milan’s defense was solid and they saw out the half without conceding to win the game 2-0.

The game of the play-offs was the third place game between Everton and Spurs. Patrick Soulias gave Everton the lead on two occasions but Spurs hit back each time with goals by Amile Villatoro. After a ‘sudden death’ five minute overtime that couldn’t produce a winning goal it went to penalty kicks. Spurs won the shoot out by a score of 2-1 to finish in third place.

Congratulations to everyone for an exciting season, to Milan for their triumph in the play-of final and to City’s Geral Cortez who won the ‘Golden Boot’ award.

BU9

Arsenal and City FC played the first semi final in the BU9 division and it was City who moved into the final with a tight 1-0 win. Arsenal had chances to win it but were unable to convert and City took advantage with a late winner by Dylan Aery.                                                                                                                                            The other semi final saw the Annoying Oranges come out on top against HBC Liverpool. Enzo Pupillo and Ian Husselbeck gave the Oranges a 2-0 lead before Max Futter pulled one back for Liverpool. Two Wilmer Flores goals settled the game though as the Oranges won the game 4-1.

Arsenal claimed third place with a 3-1 win over Liverpool in the third place game. Sean Kozodoy scored twice and Geral Cortez once for Arsenal with Tyler Cooper replying with a late goal for Liverpool.

FINAL: Annoying Oranges v City FC

The Annoying Oranges proved too strong for City FC as they won the BU9 final. Andrew Pinzone and Ian Husselbeck were on target for the Oranges before Nico Corea pulled one back for City. A Gavin Kata goal and an own goal completed the scoring for the Oranges who triumphed 4-1.

Congratulations to all the teams for another fun season, to the Annoying Oranges on their win in the final and to Sean Kozodoy of Arsenal who won the Golden Boot trophy.

BU11/12

The Wasabis and the Uniondale Vikingos played an excellent game in the BU11/12 play-off semi final. Two Owen Husselbeck goals looked like winning it for the Wasabis but Andrew Orega and Justin Mendez each took turns equalizing to take the game into extra time. With only a minute of sudden death overtime played Warren Sanger became the hero for the Vikingos as he slid the winning goal past the Wasabis keeper to take them into the final.

In the other semi final the South Huntington Sharpshooters took an early lead against the Uniondale Pitbulls when Chris O’Connor scored. The Pitbulls were soon level though and went on to win the game 3-1 thanks to goals by Andy Plasencia, Steven Romero and Westin Guevara to set up an all Uniondale Final.

The third place game was another close game that saw the SH Sharpshooters play the Wasabis. Jonathan Solar and Matt Calandra scored for the Sharpshooters as they held on to a 2-1 lead to take third place.

Final: Uniondale Vikingos v Uniondale Pitbulls

The BU11/12 final was tense from the first kick to the very last. Both teams attacked but both defenses were solid and clear cut chances were at a premium. It really was end to end throughout the game but neither team could break the deadlock and the game went to sudden death overtime. Within two minutes Adrian Astudillo became the hero for the Vikingos as his shot found the net to give his team the first place trophies.

Congrats to all teams for an exciting season, to the Vikingos and Pitbulls for such a great final game and to the Vikingos’ Alen Calderon who’s seventeen goals earned him the Golden Boot trophy.

GU9/10

The CSH Crushers went into the play-offs having won all of their league games. Their streak continued as they beat the Syosset Cosmos 4-0 in the first semi final, the goals coming from Emily Plachta, Meredith McPharlin, Logan Vitagliano and Holly Strang.

The Dynamites and the Syosset Lady Gunners played a close game in the other semi final with Dynamites coming out on top 4-2. Jessica Locker and Sloan Soifer were on target for Syosset but goals by Valerie Norton, Julianna Bertolini, Mia Freire and Annie Gruhn saw the Dynamites progress to the final.

Final: CSH Crushers v Dynamites

The Dynamites started the final in confident mood and led at half time 1-0 thanks to a Mia Freire goal. The Dynamites defended valiantly for most of the second half but the Crushers pressure finally paid off with an equalizing goal by Noah Kimmelman in the last two minutes of the game to make the final score 1-1. ‘Sudden Death’ overtime began with more pressure from the Crushers and Logan Vitagliano scored the winning goal to give CSH the victory.

Congrats to all the girls for another great season, to CSH on their final triumph and to Sloan Soifer of the Syosset Lady Gunners who won the ‘Golden Boot’ trophy.

BU13/14

The first play-off game was between SH Hammers Red and the HBC Sting. It was a game of few chances and was eventually decided by one goal. Eren Ayden got the winner for the Sting to take them into the final.

SH White were soon two behind in the other semi final against Harborfields Brotherhood, Colin Barnard and Ethan Krauss with first half goals. The Reds recovered in the second half and two Tim Mahedeo goals took the game into sudden death overtime. With both teams unable to find the net in the five minute overtime period the game went to penalty kicks. The Brotherhood held their nerve to win the shootout and go through to the final.

Eric Cajowski and Sean McDonnell were on target for the SH Hammers Red as they won the third place game against the Hammers White 2-1, Alec Wurtz replied for the Whites.

Final: Harborfields Brotherhood v HBC Sting

The final was an excellent game that could have gone either way. The Sting led through another Eren Ayden goal but the Brotherhood hit back with goals by Colin Barnard and Nick Carino. John Tucker scored for the Sting to make it 2-2 and a late strike by Eren Ayden gave the Sting a 3-2 lead which they held onto to finish in first place.

Congratulations to all teams for an exciting season, to the Sting on their win in the final and to Tim Mahedeo on his Golden Boot award.

Week 4 Review

Week 4 Review

BU6

The weather was the winner last week with the BU6 division being postponed because of the snow. After two weeks of play Dix Hills sit at the top of the table unbeaten, their two wins and two ties giving them a total of six points. Ryan Siegel scored five goals in the victories over Northport Ninja Turtles and Northport Kickers.

The Ninjas and HBC England have five points each. The Ninjas lost for the first time during week two and also tied against HBC Greece. Brothers Gabriel and Oliver Ko have scored six of their seven goals so far. HBC England won a close game 3-2 against HBC Greece then beat Northport Kickers 6-0. Lennon Harrington scored twice against Greece and added five more against the Kickers. Josue Corea was on target four times during week one for Greece as they recorded a win and a tie, Matt Bender also scored twice. Week two saw them tie and lose with Mason Lacorro hitting the net on two occasions in the 3-3 draw with the Ninjas. The Kickers are still looking for their first points of the season after four losses.

BU8/9

HBC Milan are top after four weeks in the BU8/9 division but are closely followed by HBC City, only two points separate the teams. Gavin Wisotsky now has ten goals for the season following two hat tricks in week four, Justin Genatt has nine and Chastain Cassidy five. HBC City won both of their week four games with top scorer Geral Cortez adding four more to his goals tally to take him to a league leading total of fourteen.

Everton now have eight points after two victories last week. Gianluca Mercuri scored four against YMCA Blue and two against the Spurs to take his total to twelve for the season, Dylan Gugin has five goals.

HBC Spurs won both week three games but lost twice during week four, they now have six points. Patrick Soulias has nine goals this season, David Lazaro has five and Shane Longin four.

The Chargers only win so far was in week three over YMCA Blue, Ryan Mohiuddin and Ethan Leace with the goals in the 2-0 victory. Roman Borovica was on target twice last week for YMCA Blue but it wasn’t enough for the win and they remain in search of a first victory.

BU9

Two more wins for Liverpool saw them retain top spot in the BU9 division. Max Futter scored three goals and Gavin Wisotsky two as they beat City FC 4-0 then the Annoying Oranges 2-1.

Arsenal also secured two victories, 3-1 over City FC and 4-0 against the Lions. Alex Proniewski scored three times on the day, Jonathan Shank and Sean Kozodoy netted two each.

The Oranges beat the Lions 2-0 to stay in second place, two points behind Liverpool.

BU11/12

Uniondale Vikingos are top of the BU11/12 division after another two wins last week. A close game against the Wasabis ended up 2-1 in their favor before they beat Elwood Wolves 3-0. Alan Calderon was on target again and he is top of the Golden Boot table with twelve goals so far this season.

SH Sharpshooters had a good day. They beat the Wasabis 2-1 thanks to two goals by Chris O’Connor before drawing 1-1 with the Uniondale Pitbulls. The Pitbulls also drew 1-1 in another end to end encounter against the Mean Greens, Alex Alas scored his fifth goal of the season in that game.
The Mean Greens picked up two points in their other game against Elwood winning 3-0, Ian Kaish scored twice and James Philippis once.

GU9/10

The CSH Crushers still have maximum points in the Gu9/10 division after beating the Dynamites 3-0 then the Cyclones 6-0. Kailey Rappel scored twice against the Dynamites and Eliza Walther was on target twice against the Cyclones.

The Syosset Lady Gunners tied both of their week 4 games. An entertaining 2-2 game with the Dynamites came first followed by a tight but exciting 0-0 draw with the Syosset Cosmos.

The Cosmos then collected two points with a 2-0 victory over the Haborfields Cyclones but the Gunners remain in second place with nine points.

BU13/14

It was a mixed day for all the teams in the BU13/14 division with none of the teams taking maximum points. The SH Sharpshooters opened the day with an impressive 2-1 win over the Hammers White but then went down 4-3 to the HBC Sting. Sebastian Koch’s two goals were not enough for the Sharpshooters as the Sting’s Eren Aydin scored a hat trick to secure the points.

The Sting then lost 1-0 to the Harborfields Brotherhood, Matthew Shlisky’s scored the deciding goal late in the game. The Brotherhood and Hammers Red tied 1-1 and the other game saw the Hammers Red meet the Hammers White. Two Jonathan Lew goals helped the Reds take the points in 3-2 triumph.

The Hammers Red are now top on eleven points, one ahead of the Sting.

BU18

Port were late starters to the division and despite an excellent first game they finally went down 2-1 to Man Utd, Greg Suter scoring the winner.

HBC Juventus won both of their games by a score of 5-1 over The Money Team then Port, Osman top scoring on the day for them with three goals.

The game of the day saw Ricky Valasquez score a hat trick in the Money Team’s 5-4 victory over Man Utd. Two Christian McGeogh goals kept United in the game but it wasn’t enough. Ricky now has fourteen goals this season and is top of the Golden Boot table.

 

 

Week One Review

Week One Review

BU8/9

The Boys U8/9 division got the 17th Coindre Hall Indoor season underway with HBC Everton recording a 4-1 victory over the HBC Spurs. Anthony Labombada scored the opening goal of the winter season for Everton followed by a hat trick by Gianluca Mercuri.  Spurs’ Shane Longin also scored a hat trick as Spurs recovered to beat YMCA Blue by a score of 6-1. Justin Gennat became the third player of the day to hit three goals as Milan beat Everton 6-0. He followed that with the winning goal in a close game against HBC City, his early strike proved to be the only goal of an exciting game. HBC City won their second game 1-0 over the Chargers, Matthew Mejia’s second half strike proving decisive. The Chargers and YMCA Blue couldn’t break the deadlock as their game ended 0-0. Both teams had chances but were unable to take them as they shared the points.

BU9

HBC Liverpool started the season with two victories in the BU9 division. Max Futter and Gavin Wisotsky each had two goals on the day as they beat the Lions 2-0 then Arsenal 3-1 City FC came back from one down at half time to beat the Lions 2-1. Drew Haugan equalized with minutes remaining then a last gasp free kick by Leo Palumbo secured the win.  The Annoying Oranges also went two for two beating City FC 5-1 then Arsenal 4-0. Ian Husselbeck scored twice against City and Enzo Pupillo netted a hat trick against Arsenal to put them level on points with HBC Liverpool.

BU11/12

Uniondale Vikings and SH Sharpshooters both have maximum points after the opening week’s games in the BU11/12 division. Allan Calderon scored a hat trick in each game for the Vikings as they beat Elwood Wolves 5-0 then the Mean Greens 3-1. Warren Sanger was also on target twice against Elwood. The Sharpshooters won both of their games 2-0. Joey Halfer and Vincent Santoiemma found the net against the Wasabi’s then Chris O’Connor and Jonathan Solar made sure of victory against the Mean Greens. The other game saw Owen Husselbeck score the Wasabi’s only two goals of the day as they beat the Elwood Wolves 2-0. With the Uniondale Pitbulls joining the league this week it looks like being a very competitive division.

GU9/10

An Annie Gruhn hat trick and two goals by Mia Freire set the Dynamite on their way to a comfortable 6-0 win over the Harborfields Cyclones in the GU9/10 division. The Dynamite found the going tougher against the Syosset Cosmos in their next game with both teams going close on numerous occasions without being able to find the net, 0-0 the final score.  The Syosset Lady Gunners raced into a 4-0 half time lead against Harborfields Cyclones. They added two more in second half, Sloan Soifer scored a hat trick and Samantha Goldberg added two in the 6-0 victory. CSH Crushers look like the team to beat as they recorded two 6-0 wins over the Lady Gunners then the Cosmos. Logan Vitagliano top scored with five goals, Kailey Rappel had two.

BU13/14

A Sean Smith hat trick helped the SH Hammers Red defeat the SH Sharpshooters 4-1 in the opening game in the BU13/14 division. The Hammers Red were soon back in action against HBC Sting and a close first half ended 1-1. An end to end second half saw the Sting take the points in a 3-2 victory, Jordan McCoy, Eren Aydin and Johnny Tucker with the goals for the Sting, Sean Smith and Aidan Smith for the Hammers .  The Sharpshooters then beat the Harborfields Brotherhood by a score of 1-0. The Sharpshooters survived a second half onslaught by the Brotherhood but held on for the victory, Matt Calandra’s first half goal being the difference between the teams. HBC Sting made it two wins out of two with a 2-1 triumph over Hammers White. Eren Aydin opened the scoring for the Sting but Timmy Matadeo brought the Hammers White level before half time. Jordan McCoy got the winner after the break for the Sting to give them maximum points. The Hammers White bounced back to win the next game with Timmy Matadeo scoring a hat trick in the 5-2 victory over Harborfields Brotherhood.

BU18

The competition was fierce in the BU18 bracket as the Money Team took on ManChesthair United. Despite all the action neither team could find the net in a fast paced first half. Nick Tonks opened the scoring in the opening seconds after the beak with a well taken strike to the corner to give the Money team the lead and ultimately the win, that goal proving to be the only one of a tight game. The Money Team followed up with a second victory, this time 6-3 over HBC Juventus. Nick Tonks and Wilson Martinez both scoring twice.  Juventus started strongly against ManChesthair United and led 1-0 at the break thanks to a Kyle Lynch goal. Kyle doubled the lead in the second half before United hit back with a strike by Mike Terracciano. With less than two minutes to go Christian McGeough completed the United comeback making the final score 2-2.

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