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Long Island,. NY

Winter Weekly Review 2012-2013

Week 9 Review (U6)

Week 9 Review (U6)

U6

The final week of the u6 season started with the four teams, who didn’t make the play offs, playing their final games. The Cougars and Arrows opened up with a 1-1 draw, the Cougars led 1-0 at half time but Thomas Kline’s late goal meant the game ended even. The Cougars then played Dix Hills and were beaten 5-0 with Ben Osiashvili scoring four and Skylar Ellis one.

The Red Lions finished the season with two wins beating the Arrows and Dix Hills. The Lion’s top scorer Luca Mazzilli scored both goals in the 2-0 victory over the Arrows and was also on target against Dix Hills. Ryan Kaiser and Lennon Harrington also score against Dix Hills to make it 3-0 in their favor at half time. Dix Hills got back in it in the second thanks to two more goals by Ben Osiashvili but the Lions held on for the 3-2 win.

Syosset Madrid v HBC Hurricanes

The first play off game saw Syosset Madrid hoping to continue their winning streak against the Hurricanes. The first half was tight with Jake Hatton scoring for HBC and Blake Donahue & Griffin Pinter for Syosset  who led  2-1 at the break. Syosset dominated the play in the second half and further goals by Jack Pendrick, Tristan Segal and two by Nikko Tenedero made the final score 6-1.

Kings Pk. Xtreme v HBC Holland

Both teams played a confident and close first half with the only goal coming from Holland’s Delilah Sember. Holland stepped it up in the second half with Delilah adding her second and Brendan Galla scoring twice. Alex Squillacioti was on target for the Xtreme but they couldn’t stop Holland taking their place in the final, 4-1 the final score in this one.

3rd place play off

HBC Hurricanes v Kings Pk. Xtreme

This was the closet game of the play offs with both teams looking to take the third place medals. It was end to end in the first half and looked like ending 0-0 until the Xtreme’s top score Alex Squillacioti scored seconds before the half time whistle to give Kings Park the advantage. The second half was similar with both teams attacking but unable to find the net and the Xtreme’s first half goal proved to be enough as they held on to win 1-0.

Final

HBC Holland v Syosset Madrid

Syosset Madrid came out strong in the final and goals by Jack Pendrick, Mason Laliotis and Dylan Geissler gave them a comfortable 3-0 lead at half time. Holland battled away in the second half and pulled a goal back when Delilah Sember scored but two goals by Nikko Tenedero, one a penalty kick, made the final score 5-1 to Syosset who finished in first place with a perfect record of sixteen wins.

Congratulations to all teams for making it such an enjoyable U6 season, to Syosset Madrid for their first place finish and to Nikko Tenedero who scored 33 goals making him the U6 Golden Boot winner. Congrats also to Alex Squillacioti, Delilah Sember and Jake Hatton who scored, 29, 28 and 24 goals respectively. Great job everyone!

 

Week 8 Review

WEEK 8 REVIEW

U6

HBC Holland started week seven with a win in the U6 division as they scored six past the Cougars. Delilah Sember added four more goals to her total with Logan Zipper and Austin Scherner scoring once each in the 6-0 win.  The Cougars recovered well and took the lead against the Arrows when Jordy Castillo scored. Alex Ruddy tied it up for the Arrows before half time but Jordy Castillo was on target again late in the game to give the Cougars a 2-1 win, their fist of the season.

Syosset Madrid finished the regular season with another two victories to finish with a perfect record. Nikko Tenedero scored twice against HBC Holland in their 4-0 win, Blake Donahue and Jack Pendrick with the other goals. Nikko also had two in the 3-0 win over the HBC Hurircanes, Jack Pendrick scored the third.

The Red Lions made it a bad day for the Arrows as they won 2-1 thanks to two goals by top scorer Luca Mazzilli, Anthony Sangianni on target for the Arrows.  Brandon Varlack scored twice for the Lions against Kings Park but they were convincingly beaten 7-2 with Alex Squillacioti scoring five times.

Dix Hills had two good victories beating HBC Hurricanes 3-1 then Kings Park Xplosion 4-1. Andi Rollo scored twice against the Hurricanes and the Xplosion, Ashley Gleit also had two against Kings Park. Dix Hills Move up to sixth place level on points with the Red Lions, the Lions are fifth because of a better head to head record.

Friday’s play offs bring together Syosset Madrid and the HBC Hurricanes then Kings Park and HBC Holland with the winners of each game playing in the final.

Boys U7

Blue Dragons v SFA Lightning

The BU7 play offs proved to be exciting with SFA Lightning involved in two very close games. The first game saw the Blue Dragons play SFA and a close first half ended scoreless. Dean Muratore gave the Dragons the lead early in the second half but Jared Martin leveled for SFA minutes later. Both teams had chances to win it before Nino Sachino scored for SFA who then held on for the 2-1 victory.

HBC Milan v Red Eagles

The second semi final saw the Red Eagles play HBC Milan. Milan struck first through Luke Copland who then doubled the lead with a penalty kick after a foul in the box. Tyler Varlack pulled a goal back for the Red Eagles before half time to make it a one goal game at the break. The Eagles went in search of an equalizer but midway through the second half Justin Gennat extended the lead making it 3-1. Ben Stummer made it 4-1 shortly after and Milan moved into the final.

3rd Place play off. Blue Dragons v Red Eagles

The Blue Dragons and the Red Eagles battled it out for third place with Michael Elmo scoring the only goal of the first half to give the Dragons a one goal lead. The Eagles couldn’t tie it up and two Gavin Wisotsky goals and one by Tyler Korman made the final score 4-0 to the Dragons who claimed the third place medals.

Final. SFA Lightning v HBC Milan

The Final was a very competitive game right from the off with both teams intent on winning the ball at every opportunity. A tight first half of very few chances ended 0-0. The second half was a little more open and both keepers had to make saves to keep the score tied. The first goal was goal was always going to be crucial and with both teams defending well it was proving hard to get the breakthrough. It looked to be heading to sudden death overtime but with only fifteen seconds left to play Liam Harrington’s free kick found its way across the penalty box and into the corner giving Milan a dramatic late victory. It was a tough way to lose for SFA but was an exciting finish to an excellent U7 season.

S. Huntington Thunder v HY Cavaliers

Earlier in the consolation games South Huntington Thunder did the double over the HY Cavaliers beating them 2-0 then 5-0. Ashley Kozlowski was the Thunders top scorer on the day with three, Hayden Rochler scored two.

Congrats to all teams for a fun and competitive season. To Milan for their play off victory and to Gavin Wisotsky, who’s seventeen goals won him the Golden Boot trophy, well done Gavin!

Boys U8

The boys U8 division was the only division not to have play offs with the five teams playing a 16 game league season. Farmingdale Madrid finished the season in style, already having wrapped up a first place finish, they won their final two games against HBC City and the NY Strikers. A 3-0 win over City was followed by a 5-0 win over the Strikers, Brandon Bastien top scored on the day with three goals, Jack Scanlon and Anthony Laughlin each had two. Tyler Solis added one to his total to give him a final tally of twenty three which won him the Golden Boot trophy.

Runner up, HBC Arsenal, also ended the season with two victories beating HBC City and the Annoying Oranges. Geral Cortez scored a first half hat trick for Arsenal who went on to win 5-2 against City. Steven Silipo scored both goals for City, Sean Kozodoy and Luke Copland had second half goals for Arsenal.                                                                             Liam Harrington opened the scoring for Arsenal in their game against the Oranges but Andrew Pinzone evened it up before half time, 1-1 the score at the break. A tight second half was finally settled by a Luke Copland goal giving Arsenal the 2-1 victory.  The final game of the U8 season saw the Oranges play the Strikers. Goals by Enzo Pupillo, James Login, Andrew Pinzone and Gavin Kata gave the Oranges a four goal lead before Arnold Aguilera pulled one back for the Strikers, 4-1 the final score.

Congrats to all the teams, to Madrid for an excellent season and to Tyler Solis on his Golden Boot win. Great job boys!

Boys U10/11

The BU10/11 division play offs provided plenty of excitement and drama with two of the four play off games going to sudden death overtime.

Kings Park Explosion v South Huntington Sharpshooters

The Explosion and the Sharpshooters got the play offs underway and it was end to end play from the first whistle to the last! Ethan Zdrojeski was in the right place to give the Explosion the lead in the first half and despite plenty of chances for both teams it proved to be the only goal of the half. The second half was equally as open with both teams again creating and missing half chances. The turning point came with less than two minutes to play as South Huntington thought they equalized only for Michael Kloos to make an excellent save on the line to preserve the lead for the Explosion. The Explosion then went down the other end and Connor McGovern headed in an excellent second goal to book a place in the final, 2-0 to the Explosion the final score.

Raiders v Rowdy Wasabis

The Raiders and the Wasabis were next up and the Raiders got off to an excellent start with an early strike from Danya Danzinger giving them a 1-0 lead. They had a couple of opportunities to extend the lead but the Wasabis grew in confidence and finished the half the stronger side without managing an equalizing goal. The second half was a frantic affair with the Wasabis throwing everything but the kitchen sink at the Raiders goal and their pressure finally paid off when Johny Koch forced the ball home to tie the game up. With both teams unable to find a winner the game went into sudden death overtime. The Raiders started confidently and within thirty seconds of the restart Owen Cassidy became the hero as his shot found the net to take the Raiders into the final. It was hard on the Wasabis who contributed so much to the game but it was another exciting finish.

3rd Place play off

Rowdy Wasabis v South Huntington Sharpshooters 

Coming straight from a semi final defeat the Wasabis had to dust themselves down and get back to the task of winning the third place play off. It didn’t take them long to get into their stride and another entertaining game saw them come out on top 3-1. Andreas Seferian, Ethan Fransicovich and Johny Koch were on target for the Wasabis with Kevin Martin replying for the Sharpshooters, who, despite playing very well in both games ended up having to settle for a fourth place finish.

Final

Raiders v Kings Park Explosion

It was fitting that the two teams who finished tied on twenty points at the top of the table should meet in the final game and both teams delivered the goods again in a memorable match. The Raiders’ Danya Danzinger repeated his semi final feat of scoring the opening goal when his drive  from outside the area flew into the bottom corner after five minutes of play. It was an excellent strike and it forced the Explosion to go all out for the equalizing goal. Plenty of goalmouth action followed but it ended 1-0 in the Raiders favor at the break. The second half was fast and furious with both teams forcing the opposing keepers into action. With five minutes remaining Kings Park made the breakthrough when Matthew Nieto fired in the equalizer leaving both teams with minutes to win the game. The end to end action finished without a winning goal as we again went into overtime. The Explosion nearly won it within five seconds of the restart as a shot from distance was fumbled in the box by the Raiders keeper before he saved it on the line! With just less than two minutes played a shot by the Raiders came back off the wall and Owen Cassidy was there to half volley the rebound into the back of the net to win another dramatic game, 2-1. It was his second overtime winner of the day and also took him level at the top of the Golden Boot table with fellow team member Brian Contreras. 

CSH Rapids v FC Favoritos

Earlier in the day the CSH Rapids and FC Favoritos played their double header and they too produced two close and competitive games. Favoritos took the first game 1-0 thanks to an Owen Husselbeck goal then the Rapids won the second game 3-2 to even things up. Brady Moore, Tyler Penetta and Liam Hassett scored for the Rapids with Cameron Fox and Michael Kleinman replying for the Favoritos.

Congratulations to all teams for making it an enjoyable season, to Kings Park Explosion for their part in such a great final game, to the Raiders for their victory and to Brian Contreras and Owen Cassidy for their Golden Boot win.  

Girls U12

CSH Storm v South Huntington Unicorns

The first play off game saw the CSH Storm race into a two goal half time lead as Sibelle O’Donnell and Sam Reim found the net. The Unicorns improved in the second half but Emily Berlinghof killed their chances of a comeback with a third goal for the Storm. Sibelle O’Donnell then added her second and the Storm’s fourth before Bianca Skelton pulled on back for the Unicorns. The Storm claiming their place in the final with a 4-1 win.

Northport Surf v South Huntington Stars

The Surf and Stars played an excellent semi final with both teams determined to make the final. The Stars struck first when Joanna Canagianni’s shot gave them an early 1-0 lead. The Stars continued to press in search of a second but the Surf worked their way into the game and had chances to tie it up before half time but didn’t take them. It didn’t take long for the Surf to get back on level terms as Hope Staib scored from close range thirty seconds after the restart. Both teams squandered half chances to win the game and the match ended 1-1 meaning sudden death overtime. Another three minutes of end to end action was finally settled when Hope Staib became the Surf’s hero with her second goal taking them into the final.

3rd place play off

S. Hunt Stars v S. Hunt Unicorns

The two South Huntington teams played an even first half with both teams managing one goal each, Mariah Boyle gave the Stars the lead only for Bianca Skelton to tie it up 1-1. The Unicorns took control in the second half and another goal by Bianca Skelton, two by Jessica Boyle and one by Natalie Gonzalez gave them a 5-2 victory, Alysa Sorensen scored for the Stars.

Final

CSH Storm v Northport Surf

The Storm started strongly again in the final and goals by Sam Reim and Emily Berlinghof gave them a two goal advantage over the Surf. Gabby Gregor pulled a goal back for the Surf but Emily Berlinghof scored again to give the Storm a two goal cushion. Both teams attacked and Riley Engleman made it 3-2 with well taken goal for the Surf. With time running out the Surf pushed forward in search of the goal that would take the game into overtime but they were frustrated by a well organized Storm defense that held on for the 3-2 victory. It was an exciting end to another competitive season.

FC Favoritas v Syosset Jazz

FC Favoritas finished on a high with two wins over the Syosset Jazz in the GU12 consolation games. Kirsten Roethel was on target twice for the Favoritas in the first game which they won 2-0. Summer Nolan gave the Favoritas the lead in the second game but Syosset hit back with goals by Lauren Gsweng and Melissa Schaffer to take a 2-1 lead. The Favoritas turned it around late in the game and Isabella Hubbard tied it up before Kirsten Roethel won it for them with a third goal, 3-2 the final score.

Congratulations to all the teams for a great season, to the CSH Storm on their championship winning game and to Emily Berlinghof (CSH Storm) and Bianca Skelton (Unicorns) who tied for the Golden Boot. Both Emily and Bianca scored nineteen goals, great job ladies!

Boys U14

South Huntington PSG v Jericho Revolution

South Huntington PSG and Jericho Revolution got the BU14 play offs going and played an enthralling semi final that had everyone on the edge of their seat. It was non stop action as both teams played some excellent soccer and went all out for the win. Both defenses stood firm and rode their luck a little as the half ended 0-0. The second half was no different with both keepers having to make important saves and players from each team missing half chances to take the lead. The game ended 0-0 and went into sudden death overtime. A nervous five minutes followed but again neither team could break the deadlock and it came down to three penalty kicks. With the Revolution missing their first penalty, Jayvin Coto gave PSG the advantage by scoring to make it 1-0. Zach Caspe then scored for the Revolution and PSG missed to leave it all square again. Todd Perlman put the pressure on by scoring Jericho’s third PK to make it 2-1 and when PSG missed their third it was all over. A bad way to go out for PSG but they played their part in an excellent semi final match.

CSH Comets v South Huntington Barca

The second semi final was another great game to watch with both teams competing 100% in every challenge. Barca took the lead in the first half when a long distance shot from Gabe Quesquen made its way into the corner of the net. David Alfaro made it 2-0 with a clinical strike but Matt Shooshstary soon got the Comets back in the game making it a 2-1 game at the break. The Comets put plenty of pressure on the Barca goal in the second half but it was Barca who extended their lead to 3-1 with a Jamie Bonilla goal. The Comets responded well again and Brendan Wirth made it 3-2 with a dipping shot from distance. The Comets pushed for the equalizing goal but time wasn’t on their side and Barca moved into the final with the 3-2 victory.

3rd place play off

South Huntington PSG v CSH Comets

The Comets had to make a quick return to action in the third place play off game and battled it out with PSG. The first half produced plenty of action and some good soccer but no goals. In the second half Jayvin Coto scored twice to give PSG a big advantage but Brendan Wirth was on target again for the Comets to make it another close finish. The Comets couldn’t find the goal to tie it and PSG held on for the 2-1 victory and a third place finish.

Final

Jericho Revolution v South Huntington Barca

South Huntington Barca started well in the final and a low drive by David Alfaro gave them an early 1-0 lead. They could have extended their lead shortly afterwards but missed a golden opportunity when the ball was played across the Revolution goal but was missed by two Barca players. They were made to pay the price with two minutes remaining in the half when Todd Perlman tied it up for the Revolution then Blake Shaevitz turned the game around completely with a second making it 2-1 to Jericho at the break. It was a good time to score for Jericho and they never looked back adding five goals after the break. Peter Deplas glanced a header in, Todd Perlman added his second and Justin Snyder scored before Gabe Quesquen pulled one back for Barca. Zach Caspe scored two late goals to make the final score 7-2 as the Revolution finished BU12 champions.

Vortex v Northport

The Vortex and Northport, who stepped in for North Babylon, played two tight and competitive consolation games. The first game ended 0-0 and the second 1-1. Steven Perciballi was on target for the Vortex with Isaiah getting the goal for Northport.

Congrats to all teams for another exciting season, to Jericho Revolution for their victory and to Barca’s Gabe Quesquen who was the BU12 Golden Boot winner with seventeen goals!

Boys U17

Bay Shore Dynasty v HBC Hybrids

With the Bay Shore Falcons winning the five team division, the remaining four teams played for second place. The HBC Hybrids played the Bay Shore Dynasty with both teams playing some good soccer. The difference between the teams was Michael Bernardo who scored an excellent hat trick to take the Dynasty into the final game with a 3-0 victory.

CSH Renegades v HBC 95’s

The Renegades and the 95’s played the second semi final and another close match was decided by clinical finishing. The 95’s had their chances to take the lead but it was left to the Renegades’ Nick Tonks  to record the first goal driving the ball into the corner after a rebound. Raul Alvaranga added a second after the break to make it 2-0 and that’s how it ended.

3rd place game

HBC 95’s v HBC Hybrids

An entertaining game saw Evert Coto and Justin Fuentes score two early goals to give the Hybrids the advantage. Jerry Tobar pulled a goal back for the 95’s but Eric Ghaly made it 3-1 to the Hybrids before half time. Jerry Tobar scored his second to make it 3-2 then Ryan Bauer drove a low shot into the corner to tie the game 3-3. After getting back into the game the 95’s let their guard down and a free kick was headed in expertly by the Hybrids’ Evert Coto to restore their lead 4-3. The 95’s pressed but couldn’t tie it up and the Hybrids held on for the victory.

Final

CSH Renegades v Bay Shore Dynasty

The Renegades and the Dynasty battled it out in the final and as always nobody was holding back their tackles. The referee was made to work hard to keep the game under control as both teams showed how important this game was to them. The Renegades top scorer Raul Alvaranga got the first goal with a tidy finish after some good approach work. The Dynasty worked hard to get back into the game and created some half chances that they didn’t take. With five minutes remaining David Alvarado relieved some of the pressure on the Renegades by making it 2-0 but a late goal by Braulio Sandoval for the Dynasty made it a nail biting final two minutes. The Renegades defended well and hung on to win the game 2-1.

Congrats to everyone for making it another successful season. To the Bay Shore Falcons for their first place finish in the league, to CSH Renegades for their win in the play off final and to Raul Alvaranga for his Golden Boot win with 16 goals. It was certainly competitive but was also fun to watch!

 

Week 7 Review

WEEK 7 REVIEW

U6

Dix Hills won back to back games for the first time this season beating the Arrows and Cougars. Andi Rollo was on target twice in the 2-0 win over the Arrows and Ashley Gleit had a hat trick in the 5-2 win over the Cougars.  The HBC Hurricanes also beat the Arrows, Jake Hatton and Julia Rombaldi each scoring twice in the 4-0 victory .   The Hurricanes lost their second game by the same score against HBC Holland. Delilah Sember scored two, Logan Zipper and Spencer Menkes one each. Delilah and Spencer were amongst the goals again in their game against the Red Lions, 2-0 the final score. Holland remain in second place, four points behind Syosset Madrid.

Christian Hall scored twice in Kings Park Explosions 4-0 win over the Cougars. The Explosion were then up against Syosset Madrid and were hoping to be the first team to beat them this season. Alex Sqillaciotti gave them a one goal lead at the break and it looked for a while that they would hold on for the victory but Jack Pendrick equalized for Syosset and Nikko Tenedero hit a late winner to give Madrid the points in the 2-1 win.  Syosset finished the day with a comfortable 8-2 victory over the Red Lions. Nikko Tenedero hit four goals and Jack Pendrick and Blake Donahue had two each, The Lions’ top scorer Luca Mazzilli also scored twice.

Boys U7

HBC Milan got week seven underway in the BU7 division with a 2-0 win over South Huntington Thunder. Shay Daly and Justin Gennat with the goals in the second half. They recorded their second win of the day beating the HY Cavaliers 6-0, Ryan Schiff, Luke Copland and Shay Daly all scoring twice.

The Thunder and the Red Eagles tied 1-1. Bryce Lanton was on target for the Eagles with Matt Gerardi replying for the Thunder, both goals coming in the first half.  The Eagles then lost 2-0 to the Blue Dragons, Gavin Wisotsky and Michael Elmo with the goals. The Dragons won 2-0 for the second time beating SFA Lightning in the final game in the division, Gavin Wisotsky scored both goals and is now three clear at the top of the Golden Boot table.  SFA Lightning beat the HY Cavaliers with goals by Diego Flores, Jonny Kurz, Jack Ward, Jeffrey Vasquez and Eric Bernstein but the goal of the game was by Nicole Boucetta who became the first scorer this season for the Cavaliers, congrats to Nicole. 5-1 the final score.

Boys U8

Farmingdale Madrid took maximum points again with a pair of 4-1 victories in week seven. Tyler Solis had a hat trick in each game against Arsenal and the Annoying Oranges.  Arsenal made sure of a second place finish with a 3-1 win over the NY Strikers. Luke Copland scored twice and Chastain Cassidy once, J.J. Voyard pulled one back for the Strikers in the final seconds.

HBC City and the NY Strikers played a close game with neither team able to find the net, 0-0 the final in that game.  City did manage to score in their next game beating the Oranges 2-1 thanks to goals by Nico Corea.

Boys U10/11

The South Huntington Sharpshooters made sure of a place in the play offs with a win and a tie this week. Matt Calandra and Jonathan Solar scored in their entertaining 2-2 tie with the Rowdy Wasabis, James Philipis and Liam McKenna with the goals for the Wasabis. Paul Schiller, Kevin Martin and Matt Calandra all scored in the Sharpshooters 3-2 win over the Favoritos.  Liam McKenna and Danny Costello scored the goals that saw the Wasabis win 2-0 over the CSH Rapids. That result also saw the Rapids lose their chance of a play off place.  The Raiders won both of their games this week by a score of 3-1. Owen Cassidy found the net twice and Emmy Forbes once against the Favoritos then Brian Contreras scored twice against Kings Park, Emmy Forbes adding the third.  Kings Park also lost to the Rapids, 4-1. Ian McGullen, Bryce Reim and Alex Fascilla scored and an excellent header by Tyler Penetta completed their scoring.

So those results mean that despite two losses Kings Park remain in joint first place with the Raiders on twenty points. With identical head to head records Kings Park finish first thanks to their better head to head record with the next highest placed team, the Wasabis. Next week’s play offs will see Kings Park play the Sharpshooters and the Raiders take on the Wasabis, exciting games ahead!

Girls U12

Talia Brooks was the hero for Northport Surf in their opening game against FC Favoritas. She scored the only goal to give the Surf victory in a close and competitive game. The Favoritas then played the Syosset Jazz and it looked like being another 1-0 defeat for them until Isabella Hubbard stepped up with an equalizer in the last five seconds of the game. Skylar Keating had given the Jazz a first half lead but they had to settle for a point in the 1-1 draw.

CSH Storm shut out the Surf beating them 2-0 in a tight game. Ellie Fox and Emily Berlinghof scored the goals that secured first place for the Storm.  South Huntington Unicorns were already assured of a place in the play offs and they comfortably beat the Jazz by a score of 5-0, Jessie Boyle and Bianca Skelton scored two each for the Unicorns.  Sidney Taylor scored two early goals to give the South Huntington Stars a 2-0 half time lead over the CSH Storm. The Storm came to life after the break and two goals by Grace Hundson, one by Grace Concannon and another by Sam Reim turned the game in their favor giving them a 4-2 come from behind victory. The final game in the girls division was an all South Huntington affair with the Stars playing the Unicorns. It was end to end stuff and fittingly ended in a 4-4 tie. Bianca Skelton scored another two goals for the Unicorns to take her level with Emily Berlinghof at the top of the Golden Boot table and Hannah Stasko netted twice for the Stars.

Next week’s play offs see CSH Storm playing the South Huntington Unicorns and Northport Surf playing the South Huntington Stars.

Boys U14

Jericho Revolution finished the regular season with another two victories. They beat close rivals South Huntington Barca 5-2 then PSG, who were filling in for the absent Stallions, 4-1. Peter Deplas top scored on the day for them with three goals, Jarred Levy had two.  Barca played PSG and with time running out the game was tied 2-2. It looked like the points would be shared until JT Castro stepped it up and hit a late hat trick to give PSG a 5-2 win! Gabe Quesquen’s second goal of the day for the Stars means he is now three goals clear at the top of the BU14 Golden Boot table with only the play offs left to come.  The CSH Comets had a mixed day winning one game and losing the other. Their victory over the Stallions coupled with Barca’s loss to PSG meant they secured a second place finish in the standings. Matt Shooshstary was on target twice in their 3-2 win. They went down 3-0 to a rejuvenated Vortex team with Ben Barnes, Keegan Cassidy and Oscar Contrereas all scoring. The Vortex also beat SH PSG 5-1, Ben Barnes again on target with two more goals taking his tally to twelve.

Next week’s play offs will be between Jericho Revolution and SH PSG followed by CSH Comets and SH Barca.

Boys U17

The CSH Renegades and Bay Shore Dynasty game proved to be as competitive as usual. Raul Alvaranga broke the deadlock in the second half for the Renegades but late goals by Braulio Sanderval and Mike Bernardo gave the Dynasty a 2-1 triumph. Raul Alvaranga then scored a hat trick in the Renegades 5-1 win over HBC Hybrids, Anfernee Lopez also finding the net twice.  The Dynasty made it two out of two with a 2-0 win over HBC 95’s, Braulio Sanderval and Mike Bernardo with another goal each. The Falcons also managed two victories with 3-1 wins over HBC Hybrids and HBC 95’s. Those wins confirming the Falcons first place finish in the league standings. Next week will see the other four teams taking part in the play offs to see who finishes as runner up. The Dynasty will play the Hybrids and the Renegades will face the HBC 95’s with the winners meeting in the final.

 

Week 6 Review

WEEK 6 REVIEW

U6

The HBC Hurricanes won a close encounter with the Red Lions to open week 5 in the U6 division. Jake Hatton’s second half goal was enough to give the Hurricanes the points in the 1-0 win.

The Lions recovered well to beat the Cougars 6-2 in their next game. Brandon Varlock hit a hat trick, Luca Mazzilli had two and Lennon Harrington one for the Lions with Jordi Castillo and Riley LaRagina replying for the Cougars.

Alex Sqillacioti scored a first half hat trick to give Kings Pk Xtreme a 3-1 lead at the break against the Hurricanes. Jake Hatton pulled one back to add to Julia Rombaldi’s goal but they couldn’t tie it up and the Xtreme held on for the 3-2 victory. The Xtreme were then on the wrong end of a 6-2 score line against the Arrows. Ryan Scanlon netted a hat trick, Thomas Kline had two and Alex Ruddy one in a confident display. Jay Paul Verne and Chris Davis were on target for Kings Park.

Syosset Madrid continued their excellent start with wins over the Cougars and Dix Hills. Nikko Tenedero and Blake Donahue each scored twice in the 7-2 win over the Cougars. Ashley Gleit scored for Dix Hills but they lost 3-1, Blake Donahue, Nikko Tenedero and Jack Pendrick hitting the target for Madrid in that game.

HBC Holland also won twice recording a pair of 3-0 wins over the Arrows and Dix Hills. Delilah Sember, Austin Scherner and Logan Zipper scored against the Arrows before Delilah added another two to her total for the season against Dix Hills, Logan Zipper with the third.

Boys U7

The top two in the division went head to head in the days first game and it was HBC Milan who struck first against the Blue Dragons when Luke Copland’s shot found the corner in the opening seconds. It was end to end after that but neither team could manage another goal in the first half. Justin Gennat added a second for Milan after the break and it ended 2-0 to Milan. Milan were then up against SFA Lightning and it turned out to be another close game. Both teams had chances but were unable to break the deadlock and it ended 0-0. Ryan Schiff recording his second clean sheet of the day in the Milan goal.

The Blue Dragons took the lead in their game with the South Huntington Thunder when Jordan Garbut found the net. Ashley Kozlowski tied it up for the Thunder but Dean Muratore restored the lead for the Dragons before half time. Both teams created opportunities after the break but couldn’t take them and it finished 2-1 to the Dragons.

The Red Eagles had a good day with wins over SFA Lightning and the HY Cavaliers. Bryce Lanton scored both goals in the 2-0 triumph over SFA and was on target again with another two in the 6-0 win over the Cavaliers.  South Huntington Thunder also beat the Cavaliers, Ashley Kozlowski scored twice and Dillon Hartman once, 3-0 the final score.

Boys U8

Brandon Bastien’s first half goal was enough for Farmingdale Madrid as they beat HBC City in a close game, 1-0. Madrid also beat NY Strikers 4-0 to remain clear at the top of the table, Tyler Solis and Jack Scanlon each scored twice.

Arsenal and HBC City played an even first half that looked like being scoreless until a shot by Liam Harrington from the edge of his own penalty area somehow found its way through everyone and into City’s net. Geral Cortez added another in the second half, 2-0 the final to Arsenal.

Enzo Pupillo and Ian Husselbeck scored late goals for the Annoying Oranges to give them a 2-0 victory over NY Strikers. They went down by the same score shortly after as Arsenal scored one in each half, Sean Kozoday and Gavin Wisotsky on target to keep them in second place.

Boys U10/11

There plenty of goals in the BU10/11 division this week. Kings Park Explosion got the ball rolling with a 4-0 win over the Rowdy Wasabis, Matt Cotoir netting twice. They followed that win with a convincing 7-1 victory over FC Favoritos, John Black, Mark Tolkin and Dylan Squillacioti scoring two each.

Owen Husselbeck was another player to score twice but he was on the losing team as the Raiders saw off the Rowdy Wasabis 7-3. Brian Contreras and Franklin Fuentes with two each for the Raiders. The Raiders scored another five in their next game against the South Huntington Sharpshooters. Jonathan Solar gave the Sharpshooters an early lead but Giuseppe Noto and Emmy Forbes hit back with two each and Brian Contreras one, 5-1 the final score.

The CSH Rapids were on fire in the first half of their game with the Favoritos, Ethan Evans scored a hat trick in their 5-0 win, all goals coming before the break.  Matt Calandra looked like he had given the Sharpshooters a 1-0 win over the Rapids but a last gasp goal by Ethan Evans made it 1-1 in the divisions final game of the day.

Girls U12

CSH Storm stayed top of the table with two 4-0 victories this week. Same Reim was on target twice in their game against FC Favoritas and Emily Berlinghof twice against Syosset Jazz.

The Favoritas were one 1-0 down in the first fifteen seconds of their game against the SH Unicorns when Bianca Skelton scored. That proved decisive as neither team could find the net after that, 1-0 to the Unicorns the final score.

Northport Surf got back to winning ways beating the Unicorns 4-1, Hope Staib with two of the goals. They then tied for the seventh time this season against the South Huntington Stars. Alyssa Sorensen looked to have won it for the Stars with a late goal but an unfortunate own goal within thirty seconds evened it up for the Surf and it ended 1-1.

Jessica Boyle and Jenny Duclay gave the Stars a 2-0 lead at the break against Syosset Jazz. Skylar Keating pulled one back for the Jazz late on but it wasn’t enough and the Stars held on for the 2-1 victory.

Boys U14

Jericho Revolution again won twice to stay clear at the top of the division. Todd Pearlman and Peter Deplas gave them a 2-0 half time lead over the CSH Comets but Alex Tacopina made it 2-1 with a long range strike. Jericho soon restored their two goal lead when Blake Shaevitz scored and it ended 3-1. Branden Chavez scored a hat trick for South Huntington PSG against the Revolution but it wasn’t enough as they conceded seven! Evan Papidus top scored with two for Jericho who had six different goal scorers in the game, 7-4 the final score.

The CSH Comets overcame South Huntington Barca 2-0 with both goals coming in the first half, Brendan Wirth and Matt Shooshstary on target to keep them in second place.

Barca looked to be cruising at half time in their game against the Vortex as they led 4-1 but a blistering second half saw the Vortex score five times to win it 6-4 ! Barca’s top scorer and Golden Boot leader Gabe Quesquen added another two to his total while Ben Barnes went one better for the Vortex scoring a hat trick.

The Vortex and South Huntington PSG then played an even more exciting game, this time it was the Vortex who led at half time by a score of 3-1. With only three minutes left on the clock the Vortex still led by two goals, another Ben Barnes hat trick and two from Ryan Glazier making it 5-3. David Cartagena pulled one back before Juan Chicoma stole the show with two goals in the last ninety seconds to win it 6-5 for PSG.

Boys U17

Bay Shore Falcons took an early lead against the CSH Renegades through Mike Bernardo’s strike in another competitive U17 game. The Falcons couldn’t add to their lead and the Renegades got back into the game when Nick Tonks’ shot was deflected in. Anfernee Lopez and Raul Alvaranga also got on the score sheet for the Renegades who went on to win 3-1.

HBC 95’s played their best soccer of the season and a fine individual goal by Jerry Tobar gave them a 1-0 half time lead over the Renegades. The second half saw Sam Umana power in a second and Jerry Tobar score from distance to make the final score 3-0.

Braulio Sandoval scored twice in the first half for Bay Shore Dynasty against the HBC Hybrids and Mike Bernardo added two more early in the second half. The Hybrids got themselves back into the game with goals by Mitchell Rudish then Cameron Samuel to make it 4-2. Victor Romero’s long range shot for the Dynasty made it 5-2 but Justin Fuentes replied quickly for the Hybrids to make it 5-3. There was plenty of action but no more goals as the Dynasty took the two points.  Sam Umana scored an excellent hat trick for the HBC 95’s in their game against the Hybrids, Jerry Tobar added another to make the final score 4-0.

Week 5 Review

WEEK 5 REVIEW

U6

Jake Hatton’s scoring streak continued as he struck four goals in both of the HBC Hurricane’s games. The Hurricanes beat the Cougars 5-0 with Gavin Supek also on target. They then beat Dix Hills 6-0 with Carter Phillips and Madison chipping in with a goal each. Jake now tops the Golden Boot table with eighteen for the season.

The Cougars also went down 5-0 to the Arrows. Alex Ruddy scored twice and goals by Ryan Scanlon, Anthony Sangiovanni and Thomas Kline completed the scoring. The Arrows found the going a lot tougher against the league leaders, Syosset Madrid. Nikko Tenedero and Blake Donahue both hit the net twice in Madrid’s 6-1 victory. Madrid then made it eight wins out of eight with a 5-2 triumph over HBC Holland. Holland played an excellent first half and two Delilah Sember goals gave them a 2-1 lead at the break. Syosset came to life in the second half, Nikko Tenedero completed his hat trick and Jack Pendrick scored twice to maintain their 100% start to the season.

The Red Lions got back to winning ways with a 6-0 victory over Dix Hills. Luca Mazzilli was the hero with four goals, Lennon Harrington and Aidan McGowan had one each.

King’s Park Xtreme had to work Hard to overcome the Lions. Brandon Varlack scored the only goal of the first half to give the Lions a 1-0 lead but Alex Sqillacioti netted twice early in the second half and a late goal by Daniel Digena made the final score 3-1.

HBC Holland bounced back from their earlier defeat and beat Kings Park 6-0. Delilah Sember added another four goals to her total and Logan Zipper scored twice to make sure Holland remain second in the table.

Boys U7

SFA Lightning got the BU7 division underway with a 2-0 victory over the HY Cavaliers. The Cavaliers were level at the break but fell to goals by Jack Ward and Alex Bernstein. The Lightning followed up with a come from behind win over South Huntington Thunder. Ashley Kozlowski’s early goal gave the Thunder the advantage in the first half but second half strikes by Nino Sachino and JC Flores secured the points for the Lightning in a 2-1 victory.

The Thunder suffered another narrow defeat in their second game, this time at the hands of HBC Milan. Liam Harrington gave Milan a first minute lead before Vincent Grassi’s deflected free kick leveled for the Thunder. Shay Daly then scored twice in the space of two minutes to make it 3-1 to Milan at half time. Ashley Kozlowski reduced the arrears with minutes remaining but Milan held on to win it 3-2.

The Cavaliers defended well against the Blue Dragons but found themselves a goal down at half time. They continued to frustrate the Dragons but three late goals made it a 4-0 game, Gavin Wisotsky and Michael Elmo with two goals each.

David McCalla gave the Red Eagles a first minute lead against the Blue Dragons in an entertaining match. A fiercely contested game saw both teams spurn chances and it looked like the Eagles were heading for victory until Gavin Wisotsky’s  equalizer for the Dragons with thirty seconds left to play rescued a point for the Dragons. 1-1 the final score.

The Red Eagles were soon back in action against HBC Milan and another end to end game produced many chances but only one first half goal, Liam Harrington giving Milan the lead. Gavin Wisotsky, guesting for the Eagles, tied it up in the second half but Shay Daly was on hand to finish from close range to give Milan a 2-1 triumph that takes them to the top of the table.

Boys U8

Farmingdale Madrid extended their lead at the top of the table with two more victories this week. Arsenal are the only team to beat Madrid so far this season but they were soon 3-0 down as Madrid pressed early and finished clinically. Arsenal worked their way back into the game but couldn’t match the fire power of Madrid who went on to win 6-2. Tyler Solis hit a hat trick for Madrid, Anthony Laughlin scored twice and Brandon Bastien once. Gavin Wisotsky and Liam Harrington replied for Arsenal.  Madrid then saw off a brave challenge from the Annoying Oranges. Tyler Solis, Jack Scanlon and Brandon Bastien all hitting the target in their 3-0 win.

Arsenal won their second match of the day beating the NY Strikers by a score of 4-0. Two Jason Kaiser goals in the second half followed first half strikes by Nick Induisi and Gavin Wisotsky.

HBC City also beat the Strikers, Shane Login and Steven Silipo with the goals in their 2-0 victory.

The final game in the division saw the Oranges and City play an end to end game. Joe Algieri’s excellent shot gave the Oranges the lead but James Starin dribbled through the heart of the Oranges defense before slipping the ball into the corner of the net to tie it up at the break. Both teams went in search of a winner and it was Andrew Pinzone who came up with it as his strike won it 2-1 for the Oranges.

Boys U10/11

Never in fifteen years of the indoor soccer league at Coindre Hall have all the games in a division ended up tied! That statistic still stands but the first five of the six games in the BU10 division all ended even this week.

Kings Park Explosion started brightly in their opening game against the Raiders and led 3-0 at the break thanks to strikes by Matt Palladino, Connor McGovern and Matt Catoir. The Raiders got their act together in an exciting second half and three goals in the last five minutes got them a share of the spoils. Emmy Forbes scored the first two and a late Owen Cassidy shot found it’s way into the far corner to make it 3-3.

Emmy Forbes was on target again for the Raiders in their game with the CSH Rapids giving them a 1-0 lead. Ian McGullen leveled for the Rapids before Owen Cassidy restored the lead for the Raiders. Tyler Penetta equalized for the Rapids and the points were shared, 2-2.

Kings Park Explosion and the South Hunt. Sharpshooters tied 1-1. Matt Palladino scored again for the Explosion but Jonathan Solar’s strike from outside the box evened it up for the Sharpshooters.

The CSH Rapids and the Rowdy Wasabis also drew 1-1. Spencer Login was on target for the Wasabis and Alex Fascilla for the Rapids.

The Sharpshooters and FC Favoritos then shared four goals. Michael Kleinman and Jake Santamaria found the net for Favoritos, Jonathan Solar and Joey Helfer for the Sharpshooters in the 2-2 tie.

The sequence of draws was finally broken in the last game of the day between the Favoritos and the Wasabis. It was 0-0 at half time but Owen Husselbeck broke the deadlock midway through the second half and three goals in the last two minutes meant the Wasabis won 4-0. Owen Husselbeck scored his second, Aidan Sawczyk and Andreas Seferian with the others.

Girls U12

The Girls U12 division followed the BU10/11 and they too produced three ties in the first four games.

Syosset Jazz led twice against FC Favoritas but had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Andie Kleinman and Kirsten Roethal scored for the Favoritas, Alli Milas and Jessica Rosenbaum for the Jazz. The Jazz then tied with Northport Surf 1-1. Melissa Schaffer found the net for the Jazz and Alison O’Shea for the Surf.

The South Hunt. Stars were the first team to taste victory with an emphatic win over the Favoritas. Joanna Canagianni had a hat trick and Alysa Sorensen & Hannah Stasko hit two each in their 7-1 win.

Northport Surf then tied for the sixth time in ten games when they played the CSH Storm. Riley Engleman was on target twice for the Surf but goals by Sibelle O’Donnell and Emily Berlinghof made the final score 2-2.

Hannah Stasko and Joanna Canagianni were again on the score sheet as the Stars won for the second time beating the South Hunt. Unicorns 2-0. CSH Storm then leapfrogged the Stars to go back to the top of the table with a 3-1 over the Unicorns. Golden Boot leader Emily Berlinghof struck twice and Grace Hudson once. Bianca Skelton’s goal for the Unicorns keeps her in second place in the race for the Golden Boot trophy.

Boys U14

CSH Comets got off to a winning start with a 3-1 triumph over the Vortex. John Messina, Matt Shooshstary and Chris Amaruso scored for the Comets, Ryan Glazier for the Vortex.

Jericho Revolution recorded another two victories to keep them at the top of the table. Peter Deplas netted twice in their 5-0 win over the Vortex and Todd Pearlman scored two in a 5-0 win, also against the Vortex, who were filling in for the North Babylon Stallions who couldn’t make it this week.

The best game of the day was between the Comets and South Hunt. PSG. A fast and physical game went the way of PSG who won it 2-0 thanks to goals by JT Castro and John Boyle.  PSG then lost 3-2 to South Hunt. Barca. They also filled in for the Stallions and lost a second game to Barca, this time 4-2. Gabe Quesquen and David Cartagena each had two goals on the day for Barca who remain second, four points behind the Revolution.

Boys U17

The Boys U17 division gave us another five competitive games with some excellent soccer this week.

The CSH Renegades and Bay Shore Dynasty went head to head in the first game with Alejandro Juarez giving the Dynasty an early lead. Raul Alveranga turned it around for the Renegades with two strikes but Victor Romero’s half volley from distance proved unstoppable and it ended 2-2. The Renegades were back in action against the HBC Hybrids and found themselves trailing to two Evert Coto goals and one from Jason Catarino. Raul Alveranga and Anfernee Lopez got on the score sheet for the Renegades but they were unable to find an equalizer as the Hybrids won it 3-2.

Braulio Sandoval scored the only goal in a tight first half to give Bay Shore Dynasty a one goal lead over HBC 95’s. Michael Bernardo doubled the advantage after the break before Henry Mancera pulled one back for HBC. Michael Bernardo put it out of reach with his second, 3-1 to the Dynasty the final score.

The Bay Shore Falcons extended their lead at the top to six points. Another action packed game saw them defeat the HBC Hybrids 3-2 and the final game of the day ended 2-2 between the Falcons and HBC 95’s. Ryan Bauer and Jerry gave the 95’s a 2-1 lead replying to Mikey Bernardo’s opener but Braulio Sandoval tied it up for the Falcons from close range with only 30 seconds left to play.

 

Week 4 Review

WEEK 4 REVIEW

U6

The Arrows tasted victory for the first time this season with wins over Dix Hills and the Red Lions. Anthony Sangiani and Ryan Scanlon were on target in the 2-0 over Dix Hills and Ryan followed it up with a hat trick in the 5-0 win over the Lions.

Kings Park Extreme were another team to win both games beating Dix Hills 6-0 then the Cougars 4-0. Alex Squillacioti scored six goals on the night and heads the golden boot table with fourteen for the season. Daniel Hutter also scored in both games for the Xtreme who are now in third place.

First placed Syosset Madrid had to wait until the very last kick of the game to beat the Red Lions. Nikko Tenedero and Blake Donahue fired Madrid ahead but on both occasions Brandon Varlack equalized for the Lions. It looked like being a creditable tie for the Lions until Tristan Seagul struck at the whistle to make it 3-2. Nikko Tenedero scored a hat trick for Madrid in their next game as they put six past the HBC Hurricanes without reply. The Hurricanes improved in their next game but still went down 3-0 to HBC Holland.  Holland also beat the Cougars 6-1 with Delilah Sember on target seven times over the two games.

Boys U7

The Blue Dragons started the day off with a 3-0 victory over the South Huntington Thunder, Michael Elmo, Max Futter and Tyler Cooper scoring the goals. A close game against SFA Lightning followed for the Dragons with both keepers making excellent saves. The only goal of the game came from the Lightning’s Nino Sacino with five minutes remaining.

Another close encounter saw the Red Eagles triumph 1-0 over the South Huntington Thunder. The only goal of this game was Grayson Hopkins’ first half strike.

SFA Lightning were unable to make it two for two as Justin Genatt struck twice early in the game for HBC Milan.  A fast and physical second half produced one or two chances at either end but it finished 2-0 in Milan’s favor. Milan went joint top by beating the HY Cavaliers 6-0, Ryan Schiff scored a hat trick and Luke Copland added two.

The Red Eagles also beat the Cavailiers 6-0 to complete a good day, Jordan Heyman and Tyler Varlack each on target twice.

Boys U8

Farmingdale Madrid stretched their lead at the top to three points with another two wins this week. Brandon Bastien and Anthony Laughlin scored the goals that downed HBC City 2-0 and Chris Kretschmer had two in the 6-0 win over the NY Strikers.

Arsenal also beat HBC City by a score of 2-0 thanks to two second half strikes from Gavin Wisotsky. They jumped ahead of the Annoying Oranges into second place by beating the Oranges 4-0. Gerald Cortez, Luke Copland, Nick Induisis and Sean Kozodoy with the goals. The Oranges are now third after a 2-0 victory over the NY Strikers, Enzo Pupillo and Sammy MacArner on target in the first half.

Boys U10/11

After losing by one goal in both games last week FC Favoritos were looking for their first victory of the season this week. It wasn’t to be however as they ran into an in form Kings Park Explosion team then the Raiders. Connor McGowan netted a hat trick for the Explosion  in their  6-0 triumph, John Black added two. The Raiders also had a hat trick hero as Giovanni Noto hit three in the Raiders 4-0 win.

Kings Park stayed top after a 2-1 win over the CSH Rapids. Ethan Evans’ goal wasn’t enough for the Rapids as Matthew Palladino and Matthew Catoir found the target for the Explosion.

The Rowdy Wasabis stayed in pursuit of the Explosion with two victories of their own. Daniel Costello scored twice in the 5-1 win over the Raiders then Owen Husselbeck and Trevor Hubbard scored either side of half time to beat the South Huntington Sharpshooters 2-0. The Sharpshooters made it a bad day for the Rapids as Kevin Martin, Joey Helfer and Sebastian Koch hit the goal trail in their 3-1 win.

Girls U12

CSH Storm and the South Huntington Stars shared the points in an entertaining opening game in the GU12 division. Samantha Reim scored for the Storm but Alysa Sorensen tied it up for the Stars, 1-1 the final score.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 An Emily Berlinghof hat trick and two goals by Caroline Debellis helped the Storm to a comfortable 6-0 win over FC Favoritas. That win also took the Storm to the top of the table as the Northport Surf failed to win either of their games this week.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Favoritos beat the Surf 3-0 for their first win of the season and an end to end match up between the South Huntington Unicorns and the Surf ended all square at 3-3. Hope Staib, Shannon McKenna and Sofia Lagana were on target for the Surf but Bianca Skelton, Hannah Stasko and Danielle Kleet evened it up for the Unicorns. Bianca and Danielle were also amongst the goals in the Unicorns 5-1 triumph over the Syosset Jazz, each scoring twice.

It wasn’t a good day for the Jazz as they went down by a score of 6-0 against the South Huntington Stars. Sydney Taylor hit a first half hat trick and Alysa Sorensen netted twice after the break for the Stars who are now joint second.

Boys U14

The BU14 division produced some of the most exciting games of the day. Jericho Revolution remain at the top of the table after two pulsating games against South Huntington PSG and South Huntington Barca. Jared Levy and Peter Deplas gave them a 2-0 half time lead over PSG but two Jamie Bonilla goals after the break brought PSG level . Both teams then missed chances before Noah Greenbaum hit the winner for Jericho with two minutes left on the clock, 3-2 the final.  Barca took the lead in the first half against the Revolution when David Alfara powered in a shot. Sam Josephsen equalized after a spell of Jericho pressure before half time but Gabe Quesquen restored Barca’s lead with a sweet strike to the corner. Barca had a couple of chances to put it out of reach but failed to take them and after a couple of near misses for Jericho they finally drew level through Ben Alon. A late goalmouth scramble almost saw Jericho pinch it at the end but it would have been tough on PSG, neither team deserved to lose and it ended 2-2.. PSG had to work hard for the points in their next game with the Vortex. A Ben Barnes hat trick early in the second half gave Vortex the lead but PSG came back and held on for a 5-4 victory. JT Castro and Jayvin Coto each with two goals for PSG.

Barca took a 1-0 lead into the half time break against the CSH Comets thanks to a David Alfaro goal. The Comets pressed and were rewarded with an equalizer when Andrew Amaruso reacted first in the box. Gabe Quesquen made it 2-1 to Barca and despite more Comets pressure it was  Alex Marino who made the game safe for Barca with a third in another entertaining game, 3-1 the final in this one.

The North Babylon Stallions came out on fire in their game against the Vortex and were soon 4-0 up. Danny Mistretta scored twice and Max Holden and Cameron Denis once before Andrew Curreri pulled one back for the Vortex. Camillo Vasquez completed the scoring in the second half with a fifth for the Stallions, the 5-1 result giving them their first points of the season.  The Stallions followed up with a confident display against the CSH Comets but found themselves 1-0 down at the half when Brendan Wirth opened the scoring. They stayed in the game and had chances to level before Matt Shoostary made it 2-0 to the Comets who drop to third place in the table.

Boys U17

CSH Renegades moved into second place after two wins this week. Anfernee Lopez had a hat trick in the 6-0 triumph over HBC 95’s and Raul Alvaranga gave them a 1-0 lead against the Bay Shore Falcons. Braulio Sandoval equalized for the Falcons before the break but second half strikes by Wilson Martinez and David Alvarado made the final score 3-1 to CSH.

HBC 95’s recovered from their poor first game to beat HBC Hybrids 4-1, Sam Umana’s two goals taking him joint top of the Golden Boot table.

Brendan Quirk scored twice for Bay Shore Dynasty but they lost 6-4 to the Falcons who had Nick Felt to thank for his hat trick.

Bay Shore Dynasty started slowly against the HBC Hybrids and were rarely in the first half at all. The Hybrids raced into a 6-1 lead at half time with an excellent performance. The Dynasty picked it up in the second half but were unable to get back into the game. Olvin Palma, Cameron Samuel and Jason Catarino all scored twice for a confident HBC team.

 

Week 3 Review

WEEK 3 REVIEW

U6

HBC Holland had a great second week with wins over the Red Lions and Dix Hills. Jagger Lucas scored in each half of the 2-0 win over the Lions and Zac Hirschorn netted a hat trick in the 3-0 victory over Dix Hills.

The Red Lions suffered a second defeat, this time at the hands of the HBC Hurricanes. Jake Hatton scored all four first half goals in the 4-0 win. Jake continued his scoring streak in the 3-1 win over the Arrows with another hat trick!

Dix Hills recorded their first victory with a 2-0 win over the Cougars, Ashley Gleit was on target twice for Dix Hills to secure the points.

Syosset Madrid maintained their 100% record with two more victories. Nikko Tenedero and Jack Perdrick both scored twice in the 5-0 win over the Cougars with Aidan McCarthy adding a fifth. That was followed by an entertaining match up with Kings Park Xtreme. Alex Squillacioti was on target twice for the Xteme but goals by Jack Pendrick and Nikko Tenedero made it 2-2. Both teams went in search of a winner, the Xtreme went close before the action swung to the other end where Nikko Tenedero gave Madrid a 3-2 lead. Jack Pendrick scored his second in the dying moments to make it 4-2.

Alex Squillacioti was again on target in the 4-0 win over the Arrows, he scored all four to take his total for the season to eight.

Boys U7

Two Tyler Varlack goals and a Finn McCloskey strike gave the Red Eagles a 3-1 win over the SFA Lightning but they were brought down to earth by HBC Milan shortly after as Milan put six past them. Luke Copland and Shay Daly each netting twice.

SFA Lightning hit back with a 2-1 victory over South Huntington Thunder. Two first half goals by Jack Ward and JC Flores were enough to see them through although they were made to hang on when Dillon Hartman reduced the arrears in the second half.                                                                                                                     The Thunder then beat the HY Cavaliers 3-0 thanks to two Connor Brodie goals and one from Ashley Kozlowski.

The Blue Dragons started the day top of the table and remain top despite losing for the first time this season. Luke Copland scored twice to give Milan a 2-0 half time lead over the Dragons but two quick second half goals by Gavin Wisotsky tied it up. Shay Daly restored the lead for Milan and it ended 3-2 in their favor.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        The Dragons recovered to beat HY Cavaliers 6-0 with Gavin Wisotsky and Michael Elmo each scoring twice.

Boys U8

Nick Induisi scored twice in Arsenal’s 4-0 win over the NY Strikers to take his total for the season to six, Gavin Wisotsky and Luke Copland were also on target.                                                                                                                                 An improved Strikers team then played a close game with HBC City with both teams sharing the points in a 1-1 draw. Wilmer Ventura scored for the Strikers and Drew Haugen for City.

Tyler Solis gave Farmingdale Madrid the lead in a tense game with Arsenal. Chances were few and far between but Arsenal did manage to equalize when Liam Harrington’s shot went in off the post. With time running out Anthony Laughlin hit a first time shot into the corner to win it 2-1 for Madrid.

Enzo Pupillo hit a hat trick in the Annoying Oranges 4-0 victory over HBC City, Joe Algieri added a fourth for the Oranges.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Farmingdale Madrid made it two for two on the day with a thumping 5-0 win over the Oranges. Brandon Vastien and Tyler Solis each scored twice and Jake Stephan once, Madrid stay top of the table.

Boys U10/11

The BU10/11 division opened up with an end to end game between FC Favoritos and the Rowdy Wasabis. Jake Santamaria, Adrian Ramonetti and Cameron Fox were all on target for the Favoritos but two goals by Carmelo Carbone and one each by Michael Pinzone and Danny Costello meant the points went to the Wasabis, 4-3 the score.                                                                                                                                             The Wasabis then completed a good day with a 3-1 victory over Kings Park Explosion.

FC Favoritos were soon back in action against CSH Rapids and another competitive game saw them lose out by one goal for the second time on the day. Trevor Hubbard and Michael Kleinman scored for Favoritos but two Tyler Panetta strikes and one from Ian McGullen made it 3-2 to the Rapids.

Kings Park Explosion won in their second game of the day beating South Huntington Sharpshooters. John Black, Ethan Zdrojeski and Jordan Shapiro with the goals in their 3-0 win.

The Raiders went two for two with victories over the CSH Rapids and SH Sharpshooters. Emmy Forbes and Owen Cassidy gave them a 2-0 cushion at the half against the Rapids but Matt Ross pulled one back shortly after the break. Matthew Youngwall in the Raiders goal then saved a CSH penalty kick before Emmy Forbes and Giuseppe Noto made it 4-1. Owen Cassidy was again on target against the Sharpshooters but Charlie O’Rourke stole the show with a hat trick in the 4-2 victory. Matt Calandra and Greg Borysowski scored the goals for the Sharpshooters.

Girls U12

Syosset Jazz took a first half lead through Fran DeGeronimo in their game against the league leaders, Northport Surf. The Jazz continued to press and only some excellent goalkeeping from the Surf’s keeper Hannah Wohleking kept the game close. With only seconds remaining Allison O’Shea tied it for the Surf with a well taken equalizer to make the final score 1-1.                                                                                                                      The Surf found themselves behind again in their game against the SH Stars, Natalie Gonzalez scored the only goal of a close first half. Tallia Brooks brought the Surf level but the Stars regained the lead through Hannah Stasko’s strike before the Surf completed the scoring. Hope Staib’s equalizer meaning the Surf tied both of their games, 2-2 the final in this one.

The Jazz couldn’t produce their earlier form and went down 2-0 to a confident CSH Storm team, Julia Tesoriero with both the goals in the first half. The Storm continued to play well and took both points in their 4-2 victory over the SH Unicorns, Emily Berlinghof scoring twice.

Jenny Duclay and Alyssa Sorensen found the net in Stars’ 2-0 win over FC Favoritas. The Favoritas then led the Unicorns 3-2 at half time of an exciting game but ultimately went down 4-3, Bianca Skelton and Alyssa Sorensen each scoring twice for the Unicorns.

Boys U14

The goals flowed in the opening game in the BU14 division. Brendan Wirth scored four times and Gabriel Kave twice in the CSH Comets 7-3 win over SH PSG. PSG got back on track in their second game beating the North Babylon Stallions 4-2. Max Holden and Jake Vandeventer were on target for the Stallions but it wasn’t enough as two Jayvin Coto goals and one each by Jamie Bonilla and Brian Perez secured the points for PSG.

The game of the day was between Jericho Revolution and the CSH Comets. Both keepers made some important saves and it looked to be heading for a 0-0 tie until an Alex Cooper drive found the bottom corner with only minutes left to play. Noah Greenbaum finished it off in the last seconds slipping the ball under the keeper from close range making the final score 2-0 to Jericho.                                                                                            Noah continued where he left off scoring a hat trick in the Revolutions next game against the Vortex. Justin Snyder and Alex Cooper were also on the score sheet in the 5-1 win that keeps Jericho top of the table.

Barca’s top scorer Gabe Quesquen netted twice in the first half against the Stallions to give his team a 2-0 lead at the break. The Stallions fought back in the second half and Jason Delcastillo’s goal made it a tight finish but Barca held on for the 2-1 victory.

Barca finished the day off with a 6-0 triumph over the Vortex. Alex Marino was the man of the match scoring a second half hat trick.

Boys U17

Yet again the U17 division games were close and as competitive as ever. Mike Bernardo scored in each half of the Bay Shore Dynasty’s 2-0 win over the CSH Renegades. The Dynasty were unable to make it two out of two as the HBC 95’s held them to a 2-2 draw. Sam Umana gave HBC the lead but Bay Shore went into half time with a 2-1 advantage thanks to Mike Bernardo and Alejandro Juarez. Sam Umana’s second clinical finish midway through the second half meant it ended 2-2.

Nick Tonks and Anfernee Lopez both found the net as the CSH Renegades recovered to beat the HBC Hybrids 2-1, Cameron Samuel scoring for HBC.

The Bay Shore Falcons stayed top of the league with two more hard fought victories. Victor Romero, Braulio Sandoval and Mike Bernardo scored the goals that beat the HBC 95’s 3-1 and the same three netted again in the 3-2 victory over the HBC Hybrids, Cameron Samuels’s two goals for the Hybrids making it a tense finale!

 

Week 2 Review

WEEK 2 REVIEW

U6

The U6 division got underway on Friday with the HBC Hurricanes and the Cougars meeting in the first game. Jake Hatton scored two of the three goals that gave the Hurricanes the lead but goals by Jordy Castillo, Riley LaRegina and Henry Gibbons meant the game ended 3-3.

The Red Lions then played the Cougars and came out on top 2-0. Lennon Harrington scored the opening goal of the season for the Lions when his shot found the corner of the net in the first half. Aidan McGowan added a second late in the game.

The Hurricanes then played the Kings Park Xtreme with Jake Hatton again on the score sheet. Alex Squillacioti tied the game up for the Xtreme and it ended all square at 1-1.

The Red Lions made it two wins out of two by beating Dix Hills 6-1. Luca Mazzilli and Lennon Harrington each scored twice with Aidan Lima and Brendan Varlack adding one each. Skyler Ellis was on target for Dix Hills in the first half.

HBC Holland got their season started against Kings Park with Delilah Sember scoring the only goal of a close first half. Deleliah added to her total in the second half and Austin Scherner then Spencer Menkes put the game out of reach. Alex Squillacioti pulled one back for the Xtreme, 4-1 the final score.

Syosset Madrid scored three times in each half against Dix Hills to record a 6-0 victory. Mason Laliotis opened the scoring before Nikko Tenedero found the net four times. Jack Penderick added a sixth late on. Madrid followed that with a confident first half display against HBC Holland, Nikko Tenedero and Mason Laliotis with early goals. Holland got back into the game in the second half but couldn’t penetrate the Madrid defense, 2-0 the final score.

Boys U7

South Huntington Thunder had a good week with two wins that moved them up to second place. Their first game saw them beat HBC Milan 3-2 thanks to two goals by Vicent Grassi and one from Dillon Hartman. They then came out on top 1-0 over the Red Eagles with Dillon Hartman getting the all important winner in the first half.

HBC Milan recovered and beat the Huntington Y Cavaliers by a score of 5-1. Justin Gennat and Liam Harrington each scored twice with Luke Copland adding a fifth.

The Red Eagles lost their second game to an in-form Blue Thunder team. Jordon Garbut was on target twice in the 6-0 victory. Jordan repeated the feat in the Dragons next game with two in the 4-0 win over SFA Lightning. SFA won for the first time in their game against HY Cavaliers, Jerrfey Vasquez did the damage with a hat trick in the 4-0 triumph.

The Blue Dragons top the division with maximum points from their four games.

Boys U8

Arsenal and HBC City opened the BU8 division with a close game, both teams had chances but failed to score in the 0-0 draw. Arsenal did manage to score in their second game against the Annoying Oranges when Nick Induisi fired in from distance to give them a 1-0 half time lead. The Oranges responded in the second half and an Enzo Pupillo equalizer was followed by an unfortunate own goal to give the Oranges the points in the 2-1 victory.

Farmingdale Madrid hit top form in their game against HBC City. Tyler Solis hit a hat trick with Anthony Laughlin adding two and Colin Cody one in the 6-0 win. They followed that with a 3-0 win over the NY Strikers to go top of the league with six points.

The Annoying Oranges also went two for two on the day with a convincing victory over the NY Strikers. Enzo Pupillo was amongst the goals again scoring twice in the 6-0 victory.

Boys U10/11

The Rowdy Wasabis took maxi mum points on the day keeping clean sheets in both of their wins. Owen Husselbeck scored a late winner in the 1-0 triumph over the SH Sharpshooter and was again on target in the 4-0 win over the CSH Rapids.

A Luke Cunsolo hat trick gave the Sharpshooters a 3-2 win over FC Favoritos. Favoritos had looked favorites when Adrian Ramonetti and Ryan Wagner had given them a lead but the Sharpshooters fought back in the second half to take the points. The Favoritos then played a close first half with the Raiders, Adrian Ramonetti equalizing Foster Abreu’s opener. The Raiders took over in the second half and goals by Brian Contreras, Emmy Forbes and Charlie O’Rourke gave them a 4-1 victory.

Kings Park Explosion stayed top with another two victories to make it eight points out of eight for them. Matthew Palladino hit the net in the 1-0 win over the CSH Rapids and Matthew Cotoir had a hat trick in the 4-2 win over the Raiders.

Girls U12

The Girls U12 division provided some exciting and close games in week 2. Northport Surf ended week one with four points out of four and remain unbeaten after a win and a draw this week. Hope Staib and Gabby Gregor scored in the 2-1 win over FC Favoritas, Isabella Hubbard with the goal for Favoritas. CSH Storm couldn’t manage a goal but did take the first point of the Surf in the 0-0 tie. The Storm then beat the South Huntington Stars 3-1 thanks to an Emily Berlinghof hat trick, the win means they are in second place in the league table.

Syosset Jazz ended up with a win and a loss for the second week running. Sydney Settzer and Skylar Keating were on target in the 2-0 win over the Favoritas but they were unable to score in their next game going down 2-0 to the South Huntington Unicorns, Jessica Boyle and Bianca Skelton with the goals.

The Stars then beat the Unicorns in an end to end game, Sydney Taylor scored twice in the 4-2 victory.

The Surf stay top with seven points.

Boys U14

Jericho Revolution made it four wins in a row after another two victories in week two. Justin Snyder hit a hat trick in the 4-2 win over South Huntington Barca then it was Ben Alons turn to claim a hat trick in the 6-0 victory over the North Babylon Stallions.

Barca shrugged off the earlier loss to beat South Huntington PSG 4-3 in a thrilling game. Two Jayvin Coto goals and one from Brian Perez wasn’t enough for PSG as Ray Domjan, David Alfaro, David Cartagena and Stephen Ciravolo all fount the net for Barca.

CSH Comets also went two for two but had to work hard for both victories. Brendan Wirth in the first half then Andrew Amaruso in the second were the scorers in the 2-0 win over N. Babylon Stallions. Chris Amaruso was then the hero with two first half goals in the 2-1 triumph over the Vortex, Aidan Forbes pulled one back for the Vortex but they couldn’t find an equalizer.

The Vortex were also on the wrong end of a 4-0 score line in their game against SH PSG. JT Castro, Jamie Bonilla, Brian Perez and Jayvin Coto all finding the net.

Boys U17

The BU17 division gives us competitive and entertaining games every time, the Bay Shore Falcons have an early edge with four wins out of four so far. Brendan Quirk was the two goal hero in their opening game against the CSH Renegades. Wilson Martinez hit back for CSH but it wasn’t enough, 2-1 the final score.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Alejandro Juarez and Doug Castro each scored twice in the Falcons 5-3 triumph over their rivals, the Bay Shore Dynasty.

Nick Tonks hit two goals and Raul four as the Renegades went on a scoring spree against HBC 95’s. Sam Umana replied with two for HBC and Chris Fuschetto had one but CSH were worthy 6-3 victors.

HBC Hybrids came out on top in their game with HBC 95’s. Jason Catarino, Evert Coto and Hugo Davila all on target in the 3-1 win. Bay Shore Dynasty brought them back down to earth in the final game of the day with Mike Bernardo and Doug Castro on target in the 2-0 victory.

With all the teams having at least one win in the first two weeks it looks like being an exciting season.

 

Week 1 Review

Week 1 Review

BOYS U7

The Red Eagles and the HY Cavaliers got the day underway in the boys U7 division and it was last year’s Golden Boot winner Tyler Varlack who scored the first goal of the season . The Eagles scored three in each half in their 6-0 victory, Finn McCloskey with two of the goals and Tyler adding a second to his total.

Like the Cavaliers, SFA Lightning were making their debut in the league and they too were up against the Eagles. Jack Ward gave SFA an early lead but Finn McCloskey and Tyler Varlack were on target again to give the Eagles a 2-1 half time lead. Jonny Kurz tied it up for SFA in the second half but Finn McCloskey’s fourth goal of the day gave the Eagles a 3-2 win.

South Huntington Thunder started the season with a 2-0 victory over the Cavaliers, Ashley Kozlowski scoring in each half. The Thunder then played the Blue Dragons and after a scoreless first half the game swung the Dragons way as Goals by Dean Muratore, Michael Elmo and Gavin Wisotsky saw them come out on top 3-0.

HBC Milan also had a winning start beating SFA Lightning 4-0. Two first half strikes from Luke Copland were followed by two from Ryan Zeh in the second to give them the points.

The Blue Dragons went two for two beating Milan 3-1 in the final game in the division. Gavin Wisotsky’s first half hat trick gave the Dragons a great start, the only reply coming from Shay Daly.

So Week One sees two teams with maximum points but there is still a lot of soccer to be played before the play-offs in week 8.

Boys U8/9

The NY Strikers were making their first appearance in the league and found the going tough in their opening game with HBC City. Noah Paul scored a hat trick for City with Drew Haugan adding two in the 5-0 victory.

It didn’t get easier for the Strikers as Nick Induisi hit a first half hat trick for Arsenal. The Strikers stepped it up after the break but were unable to find the net, 6-0 Arsenal the final outcome.

An entertaining game between the Annoying Oranges and HBC City saw both teams create and miss chances as they served up the first goalless game of the season. Both teams took a point in the 0-0 draw.

Farmingdale Madrid opened their campaign with a 4-0 win over the Oranges, Tyler Solis set them on their way with two first half goals. That was followed by an exciting game with the Arsenal. Anthony Laughlin gave Madrid an early lead but Gavin Wisotsky leveled for Arsenal. Jack Scanlon then put Madrid 2-1 ahead before half time and but for two saves from Arsenal keeper Nick Induisi Madrid would have been further ahead. Luke Copland equalized for Arsenal and them gave them their first lead shortly after with his second. Despite plenty of late pressure and goalmouth incident Madrid were unable to find a goal and Arsenal held on for the 3-2 win.

Boys U10/11

Kings Park Explosion hit the ground running in their first two games of the season. Their opening game was against the Rowdy Wasabis and after a tight first half the Explosion led 2-1. Two more goals in the second half gave them a 4-1 victory. They followed up with another confident display this time putting four past the FC Favoritos, 4-0 the final score. Mark Tolkin, Matthew Catoir and Matthew Palladino each scored twice on the day for the Explosion.

The Wasabis fared better in their second outing and twice led against the Raiders. The Raiders replied each time and the points were shared in the 2-2 tie.

The Raiders and the South Huntington Sharpshooters then played an end to end game that could have gone either way. Jonathan Solar was on target twice for the Sharpshooters and Sebastian Koch added a third but Owen Cassidy and Brian Contreras hit the net for the Raiders, as they did in their earlier game, and Danya Danziger claimed a late equalizer to make it 3-3.

Brady Moore Scored two goals for the CSH Rapids as they won their first game against FC Favoritos 5-1.                                      Ian McGullen’s second of the day in their next game didn’t prove to be enough as the Sharpshooters won 2-1 thanks to strikes from Kevin Martin and Matt Calandra.

Girls U12

CSH Storm started their season in style with a commanding 5-0 win over FC Favoritas. Cydney Brown, Samantha Rein, Sybelle O’Donnell, Julia Tesoriero and Alison Futter all with a goal each.

They were brought back down to earth in their second game as the Syosset Jazz produced an excellent second half performance. Emily Berlinghof’s goal meant the Jazz trailed 1-0 at the half but goals by Skylar Keating, Heather Abbene, Ally Milas and Melissa Schaffer turned the game around, 4-1 the final score.

FC Favoritas played a close first half against the South Huntington Unicorns, Jenny Duclay’s goal for the Unicorns was the only difference between the teams. The Favoritas were unable to get back on level terms and a second goal for the Unicorns by Naltalie Gonzalez secured the points in the 2-0 win.

Syosset Jazz couldn’t maintain the momentum from their first game and found themselves 2-0 down to the South Huntington Stars at half time. The Stars grew in confidence and added a third, Joanna Canagiani on target twice and Alexa Brunetti once in their 3-0 triumph.

Northport Surf and the Unicorns played an exciting game with the Unicorns leading at the half 2-1 thanks to two goals from Bianca Skelton. Nicole Algierie was also on target for the Unicorns in the second half before the Surf came to life and hit back with five goals to win it 6-3! Gabby Gregor led the way with a hat trick for the Surf, Shannon McKenna had two and Hope Staib one.

The Surf then took a deserved 3-0 half time lead against the South Huntington Stars, Addie Whisler, Tallia Brooks and Hope Staib with the goals. The Stars hit back in the second half and reduced the arrears with two Alyssa Sorensen goals. Hope Staib gave the Surf some breathing room with her second and the Surf’s fourth but Sydney Taylor pulled another back for the Stars in a frantic finish, 4-3 the final meaning the Surf take maximum points from week one.

Boys U14

Jericho Revolution got their season off to a winning start with a convincing win over South Huntington PSG. Jarred Levy was a constant threat going forward and claimed a hat trick in the 6-1 victory.

PSG recovered to win their second game against the North Babylon Stallions. The Stallions, making their first appearance at Coindre Hall, started well and had chances to take the lead in a fast first half. It was PSG who struck first though with John Boyle breaking the deadlock before half time. Jake Vandeventer registered the Stallions first goal of the season but it wasn’t enough as JT Castro hit the winner for PSG, 2-1 the final score.

Jericho found the going tougher against CSH Comets but still came out on top. Brendan Wirth was on target for the Comets but Jarred Levy completed an excellent afternoon by scoring two more goals to give the Revolution a 2-1 win.

The Vortex also started on a winning note with a 3-1 victory over the Stallions, their goals coming from Zack Himmell, Noelle Perciballi and Andrew Curreri.

The Comets bounced back to record their first win at the expense of South Huntington Barca. Brendan Wirth was on target again with two more goals in the 5-1 triumph.

The Vortex and Barca played the final game in the division and an entertaining one it was! Juan Chicoma and Gabe Quesquen each scored twice for Barca in their 5-3 win. David Cartagena was also on target for Barca with Carlos Godoy, Aidean Forbes and Noelle Perciballi replying for the Vortex.

Boys U17

The BU17 division produced some of the closest and hard fought games of the day.                                                                                                                                                                                             In the opening game Anfernee Lopez gave the CSH Renegades a 1-0 lead over Bay Shore Dynasty but late goals by Braulio Sandoval and Alejandro Juarez turned the game around and saw the Dynasty take the two points with a 2-1 win.

The Renegades were soon back in action against HBC Hybrids but found themselves behind when Evert Coto scored the only goal of the first half. The Renegades left it late but equalized when Nick Tonks finished off a flowing move. Wilson Martinez completed the comeback with the winning goal, 2-1 the final score.

HBC 95’s played an end to end game with Bay Shore Dynasty with both teams unable to find the net in a tight first half. Chris Fuschetto’s low shot across the goal eventually gave HBC the lead and it proved to be the only goal of a well contested game.

The Bay Shore Falcons and HBC Hybrids didn’t have problems scoring goals, they shared nine goals in an entertaining match. The Falcons proved too strong in the second half and were victorious by a score of 6-3. Douglas Castro and Mike Bernardo each scored twice.

The final game was another close encounter with the Falcons playing HBC 95’s. It was a game of few clear chances and with both keepers on top form it was no surprise that the first half ended scoreless. Midway through the second half Mike Bernardo produced a clinical finish with a low shot to the near post. HBC pressed but couldn’t find an equalizer and it ended 1-0 in favor of the Falcons.

 

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