Coindre Hall Soccer

Long Island, NY

Category: Winter Weekly Review 2011-2012

Week 8 Review


Week  8


Farmingdale Utd v Huntington Utd

The two Uniteds, Farmingdale and Huntington, opened week eight with a double header after missing out on a play off place. Game one saw both teams miss chances in a close first half that ended 1-0 to Farmingdale courtesy of a Tyler Solis goal. Huntington fought hard to get back in the game in the second half but couldn’t put the ball in the net, the only goal again going to Farmingdale, this time from the foot of Walter Balaceres.


The second game followed a similar pattern with Farmingdale taking a two goal lead into the break, Jack Agres and Tyler Solis on target. Huntington came close on a couple of occasions and hit the post before Tyler Solis scored his second of the game to make it a 3-0 win and a double for Farmingdale.

Elwood v HBC Kings (1st semi final)

The play-offs began with Elwood and the HBC Kings. Elwood were confident having won all of their league games and it was always going to be difficult for the Kings who were missing their top scorer Dylan Thody through illness. The first half was tight with both teams going close before Dylan Poblete scored the only goal of the half for Elwood. Dylan doubled the lead early in the second half and brother Daniel wrapped it up with a third before the end, 3-0 the final score.


HBC Squids v Annoying Oranges (2nd semi final)

The HBC Squids and the Annoying Oranges met in the other semi final and it was the Oranges who took control with early strikes by Andreas Seferian and Owen Husselbeck. Brady Moore got the Squids back into the game shortly after with a clinical finish but they were unable to add to it and the half ended 2-1 in favor of the Oranges. The second half started off with both teams trading chances but it was the Squids who soon began to pile on the pressure forcing the Oranges into some desperate defending. With a couple of last ditch tackles and goalmouth clearances they managed to withstand the onslaught and booked themselves a place in the final.


HBC Squids v HBC Kings (3rd place game)

The Squids were straight back in action in the third place game and took the lead against the Kings when Alex Fascilla fired in. Chad Berlent brought the Kings level with a goal before half time but the Squids restored the lead after the break when Brady Moore poked the ball in from close range. That proved to be the winner and the Squids claimed third place with the 2-1 victory.


FINAL:  Elwood v Oranges

In the final, the Oranges were trying to become the first team this season to beat Elwood. Not an easy task but they went into the game knowing that they played a close game against them the previous week despite going down by a score of 4-3. This time the Oranges defended with a lot more discipline and took the lead when Owen Husselbeck struck his seventeenth goal of the season. Elwood had opportunities to equalize before half time but the Oranges held firm and took a 1-0 lead into the break. The second half was very open and end to end with both teams squandering chances. Elwood pushed forward and began to get the upper hand as the game wore on but the Oranges were always a threat on the break and with only a minute left Liam McKenna scored to make it 2-0. It was tough on Elwood after such a fine season but a great night for the Oranges who took their chances, defended well and finished as champions.


It was a double celebration for the Oranges as Owen Husselbeck collected the Golden Boot trophy for his seventeen goal tally.


Congratulations to all teams for making it such a competitive and enjoyable season.



Great White Sharks v St.Elizabeth Lightning

All six games in the U7 division proved to be close games with only one of the six being decided by more than one goal. The Great White Shark and the St. Elizabeth Lightning opened up the day with the Sharks winning game one thanks to an Ian Gallo Strike in the first half, 1-0 the final score. That was followed by an even tighter game that ended 1-1. Alex Braunstein got the goal for the Sharks with Hayden Rochler replying for the Lightning.


St.Elizabeth Thunder v Rockets (1st Semi final)

St. Elizabeth Thunder went into the play-offs as the only team in all the divisions with their 100% record intact (after Elwood’s loss on Friday evening) The Rockets were the team hoping to inflict a first defeat on the Thunder and it was looking good when Liam Harrington gave them a 1-0 lead early in the game. The Thunder’s top scorer Luca Crimi soon leveled and Patrick Soulias made it 2-1 shortly after as the Thunder got into their stride but Chastain Cassidy hammered in the equalizer for the Rockets to make it 2-2 at half time. The second half was a tense affair with few clear chances but hesitation in the Rockets penalty box gave Luca Crimi the chance to fire the Thunder into a 3-2 lead. The Rockets pressed late in the game and Hayley McGowan saw a late shot go just the wrong side of the post and the Thunder went into the final with the 3-2 victory.


Dix Hills v Chelsea (2nd semi final)

The second semi final game saw Dix Hills and Chelsea battle it out in a game dominated by defenses. Both teams struggled to create clear chances with the only goal of the first half coming from Dix Hills’ Gavin Wisotski. Both teams pushed forward in search of a goal after the break but again the chances were hard to come by and Dix Hills held on to the one goal lead to claim their place in the final.


Chelsea v Rockets (3rd place game)

Chelsea bounced back and found their scoring touch in the third place game against the Rockets. Liam Harrington opened the scoring for Chelsea but Enzo Pupillo tied it up for the Rockets not long after. David McCalla then scored twice to give Chelsea a 3-1 lead before Enzo Pupillo scored a second for the Rockets to make it 3-2. Liam Harrington netted his second and Chelsea’s fourth to settle the game making the final score 4-2.


FINAL: Dix Hills v St.Elizabeth Thunder

The final game offered Dix Hills the chance to be the first team to beat the Thunder but it didn’t start well for them. Vincent Grassi’s excellent long shot found the top corner early in the game to give the Thunder a 1-0 lead. Dix Hills went in search of the equalizer and came close on a couple of occasions in the first half but couldn’t penetrate the Thunder’s defense. The second half was equally as competitive with both teams pushing forward at every opportunity. The last couple of minutes saw Dix Hills throw everything but the kitchen sink at the opposition goal but it wasn’t to be and the Thunder held on for a deserved victory. The 1-0 win meaning they finished the regular season and play-offs with a perfect record.


Dix Hills’ Tyler Varlack picked up the Golden Boot trophy, his sixteen goals beating the Thunder’s Luca Crimi into second place on fifteen.


Congratulations to Tyler, to the Thunder and to all the teams, coaches and parents. It was fun to watch and be part of.



CSH Storm v Northport Surf

The Storm came out strong in the first game of their double header against the Surf. Emily Berlinghof, Grace Concannon and Grace Hudson scored the goals that gave them a comfortable 3-0 victory.


The second game was a much closer game with the teams sharing the goals in a 2-2 tie. Riley Engleman scored for the Surf but Grace Hudson and Emily Berlinghof were on target again for the Storm to give them a 2-1 lead. Just as it looked like the Storm would complete a second victory Hope Staib netted a last gasp goal for the Surf to even the score.


New Hyde Pk Frirecats v South Hunt. France (1st semi final)

The Firecats were unbeaten during the regular season and were hoping to continue their form in the play-offs against South Huntington France. They got off to a good start with goals from Marina Pappas and Irene Tsahas giving them a 2-0 lead. Joanna Canagiani pulled one back for France to keep them in the game but Lauren Wasserman’s second half strike ended any thoughts of a comeback as the Firecats moved on to the final with the 3-1 win.


HBC Force v South Huntington USA (2nd semi final)

The Force and USA played a competitive game in the second semi final with both teams finding clear cut chances tough to find. The only goal of an even first half came from Joanna Canagiani who gave USA the 1-0 advantage. The second half saw the Force step up the pressure as they went in search of an equalizer and despite plenty of possession and a couple of near misses they were unable to break down the USA defense who held firm for the 1-0 victory.


HBC Force v South Hunt. France (3rd place game)

The Force did find their scoring touch in the third place game although they had to wait until the second half when goals from Alexa Weindorf and Christine Fabrizi gave them a 2-0 lead. France’s top scorer Danielle Kleet reduced the arrears making it 2-1 to set up a tense finish but the Force held firm for a deserved victory and a third place finish.


FINAL: New Hyde Pk Firecats v South Hunt USA

USA went into the final hoping to be the first team to beat the Firecats but a well organized and determined New Hyde Park team took their chances in the first half and led 2-0 thanks to goals from top scorer Logan Ward and Joanna Mallceri. USA did all they could in a competitive second half but couldn’t get past the Firecats defense and had to settle for second place, 2-0 the final score.


Logan Ward was the winner of the Golden Boot to make it a double for the Firecats. Logan’s total of thirteen goals for the season was two more than France’s Danielle Kleet who finished in second place.


Congratulations to Logan, the winners New Hyde Park and to all the teams for a successful and entertaining season.



The HBC Diablos and the HBC Angels opened the U13 division and a close game was decided by a second half goal from Kristen Leonard, the Angels winning 1-0.


The Diablos were soon back in action against South Huntington Real Madrid. Madrid took the lead through Carlitos Hernandez but a well struck shot from the Diablos’ Luke McNamara found the corner to make it 1-1 at half time. The Diablos, who improved as the season progressed, were looking for their first victory but Steven Cirovolo got the only goal of a tight second half to give Madrid the 2-1 win.


Thomas Witthuhn scored a hat trick as the Vortex beat the Angels 3-0 and was then on target in the first half against Madrid. An own goal gave the Vortex a two goal cushion but David Alfaro turned the game around with a hat trick for Madrid before Thomas Witthuhn tied it up late in the game to make the final score 3-3.


Jericho Revolution v CSH Comets (1st semi final)

The BU13 division was competitive throughout the season and any one of the four teams going into the playoffs were capable of winning the tournament. The first semi final was another fast and hard fought game with both teams making every tackle count. Jericho struck first when top scorer Todd Perlman reacted the quickest to fire the ball in but Sergei Brower, another Golden Boot contender, leveled the scores before half time with a well placed header. Jericho took the lead again after the break, this time it was Sam Josephson with the clinical finish. The Comets pressed for the equalizer but Zach Caspe put the game out of reach with a third for the Revolution as they claimed their place in the final, 3-1 the score.


Z20 Jackals v South Huntington Barca (2nd semi final)

The second semi final was a game of two very different halves. The Jackals and Barca played an even first half with the both teams displaying a confident attitude. Gabe Quesquen was forced into a couple of early saves in the Barca goal before Brian Perez scored to give Barca the 1-0 advantage at half time.    The second half belonged to the Jackals who dominated the proceedings and were soon level through J.D. Patti’s goal. Kevin Gulizio scored twice and Matt Tomlinson once as the Jackals raced ahead 4-1. With Barca pushing forward the Jackals made the most of the space and added two more at the end, Matteo Alzate and J.D. Patti making the final score 6-1.


CSH Comets v South Hunt. Barca (3rd place game)

The third place playoff game was the only game of the day that went into overtime. Loizos Mihael scored for the Comets but two Brian Valencia goals gave Barca a 2-1 lead at the half. Vincezo Iannucci’s strike brought the Comets back level but Gabe Quesquen restored Barca’s lead making it 3-2. With time running our Sergei Brower’s goal for the Comets tied it up again and the game need sudden death overtime to find a winner. It didn’t take long as the Comets struck the winning blow in their first attack, Loizos Mihael the hero with the all important goal. It was tough on Barca who had been consistent and challenging for top spot all season but exciting for the Comets and anyone else watching this very entertaining game.


FINAL: Jericho Revolution v Z20 Jackals

Jericho went into the final having played very well in the semi and knowing they were the team to beat after an excellent season. The Jackals though were the only team to beat Jericho in regular season play and after a dominant second half display in their semi final were full of confidence. On paper it was a good match up and in reality it didn’t disappoint. Both teams played some good soccer and produced plenty of action in an even first half. The Jackals drew first blood when Kevin Gulizio drilled in a shot but Sam Josephson replied for Jericho as the half came to a close. Both team had chances in the second half before Kevin Gulizio scored his and the Jackals second to restore the lead. With plenty of time left the Revolution continued to move the ball around looking to create but the Jackals defended well and limited their scoring opportunities. Luke Karen relieved some of the pressure on the Jackals with a powerful shot that found its way into the Jericho goal to leave the Revolution trailing by two. The Jackals negotiated the last couple of minutes without too many problems and held on for memorable 3-1 victory, but a lot of credit should go to the Revolution for their part in an exceptional final.


Congratulations to the Z20 Jackals, to Thomas Whitthuhn of the Vortex who claimed the Golden Boot with his nineteen goal haul and to all the teams for another great season.



The final ‘round robin’ of the season between the GU16/17 teams was the closest of them all with all three games being won by a one goal margin. POB Cyclones played an excellent first half and led 1-0 against Oyster Bay thanks to Marissa Hauser’s strike. Oyster Bay got back into the game after the break and leveled the score when Gabby Morales found the net. Both teams pushed for a winner and it was Oyster Bay who got it late in the game when Danielle Coccia fired the ball in to make it 2-1. Oyster Bay were then pushed all the way by a confident Elwood team and it was Danielle Coccia again who supplied the winning effort for Oyster Bay, her second half goal the only one of the game. It also took Danielle’s total for the season to seventeen, two ahead of teammate Erin Allen, and won her the Golden Boot award.


Elwood and the POB Cyclones then shared five goals in the last game with Elwood coming out on top 3-2. It was hard on the Cyclones who again played well and had Marissa Hauser to thank for another two shots that found the net. Marina Schmidt, Erin O’Brien and Grace Fitzmaurice each scored for Elwood though to ensure that their season ended with a victory.


Congratulations to all the girls for making it an enjoyable season and to Danielle Coccia on her Golden Boot win.



Juventus v CSH Renegades (1st semi final)

The BU15/16 playoffs got underway with Juventus taking on the CSH Renegades in the first semi final and it was Juve who struck first when Mario Lobos flicked in a cross mid way through the first half. The game was played at a frenetic pace throughout with defenses blocking shots or making last ditch interceptions. Jerry Tobar went close on two occasions for Juve before the break and both keepers had to be on their toes as the shots reigned in. The second half saw Mario Lobos extend Juve’s lead with a clever back heel and Jerry Tobar got on the score sheet with a drive from the edge of the box to make it 3-0. Jeremy Gelb pulled on back for the Renegades but Juve marched on to the final with a determined display, 3-1 the final score.


Bayshore Dynasty v Warriors

Bayshore Dynasty took an early lead in their game against the Warriors when Victor Romero’s shot flew into the corner. The Warriors came close to leveling with shots from Jeff Sully and Max Karen narrowly missing the target while Dynasty’s Mike Bernardo had a close range strike stopped well by Warriors keeper Danny Zagorski. The second half was just as eventful with both teams creating but failing to take their chances. The Warriors upped the pressure towards the end but were unable to find a way through the resolute Dynasty defense and it was the Bayshore boys who moved on to the final with the 1-0 victory.


Warriors v CSH Renegades (3rd place game)

The Warriors were soon back in action with third place at stake against the CSH Renegades. It looked like it would end scoreless with half time fast approaching but two quick goals from the Warriors’ Joe Saginaw then Max Karen turned the game in their favor and gave them a 2-0 lead at the break. Nick Tonks made it three for the Warriors but CSH’s John Auferio brought the deficit back to two with a cool finish. Max Karen scored his second of the game to make it 4-1 to the Warriors and effectively kill off any hopes the Renegades had of a comeback. Jeremy Gelb got a second for them but the Warriors took third place with the 4-2 win.


FINAL: Juventus v Bayshore Dynasty

Juventus and the Dynasty produced some lively and exciting soccer during the regular season and the final was no different. Both teams competed for every ball as expected and there was plenty of skill on show from both sides. Victor Romero broke the deadlock as he did in the semi final to give the Dynasty the lead but it was short lived as Ever Manzanares placed a shot in the corner to level it up for Juve. The second half had plenty of goalmouth action as both teams looked to work the ball into scoring positions and both keepers were kept busy. It was Ever Manzanares again who finished off a Juve move to give them a 2-1 lead and when Jerry Tobar hammered in a low shot to make it 3-1 it left the Dynasty with an uphill battle. Juventus were happy to retain as much possession as possible in the final few minutes and did so to become the U15/16 champions with their 3-1 triumph.


The Dynasty’s Mike Bernardo was the Golden Boot winner with twenty one goals, one more than Juve’s Jerry Tobar.


Congratulations to Juventus, Mike Bernardo and to all the teams for another competitive and exhilarating season!



Week 7 Review

Weekly Review….



St. Elizabeth Thunder were hoping for two wins to complete a perfect regular season. Luca Crimi’s crisp strike was the only goal of the first half in their game against Chelsea. The second half was more open and Shay Daley equalized for Chelsea with a close range drive before Hunter Scimone gave the Thunder their second lead of the game. Enzo Pupillo evened it up for Chelsea with a well struck volley but two late goals by Vincent Grassi gave the Thunder a 4-2 victory.

The Thunder came out with all guns blazing in their second game and were 4-0 up in the first five minutes against the St. Elizabeth Lightning, Patrick Soulias scored twice then Jack Fallon and Blake Scimone added another two in quick succession. The Lightning tightened up in the second half but couldn’t get back in the game and Blake Scimone added one more goal to make the final score 5-0 giving the Thunder maximum points for the season.

The Rockets improved in their second outing and were 3-0 up at half time against Dix Hills. Hayley McGowan opened the scoring and Shay Daley added two more. Gavin Wisotsky pulled one back in the second half for Dix Hills but an Enzo Pupillo goal made the final score 4-1 to the Rockets.

Dix Hills took the lead in their next game against the Great White Sharks when Dean Muratore scored the only goal in a close first half. An equally competitive second half saw Hunter Droskoski equalize for the Sharks, 1-1 the final score.

Finn McCloskey gave Chelsea the lead against St Elizabeth Lightning but two quick goals from Ashley Kozlowski and Luca Crimi gave the Lightning a 2-1 advantage at the half. Chelsea’s Matthew Greer scored the only goal of the second half to tie the game at 2-2 and that’s how it ended.

Chelsea found themselves behind again when Nathan Smith netted for the Great White Sharks. Hunter Droskoski doubled the lead in the second half before Jason Kaiser pulled a late goal back for Chelsea. It was too little too late for Chelsea and the Sharks took the points in the 2-1 victory.

There was no change in the league standings so next week’s play-offs will see St. Elizabeth Thunder play the fourth placed Rockets. Dix Hills play Chelsea in the other semi final, they should be close games!


HBC Force and the Northport Surf started the day with a 1-1 draw, Tallia Brooks gave the Surf an early lead but HBC’s top scorer Kate Raptis evened it up. HBC followed that with another close game, this time against CSH Storm. Another goal from Kate Raptis was enough to earn both points for the Force, Kate taking her total for the season to eight as HBC won 1-0.

The Storm needed to beat South Huntington USA to have a chance of making the play-offs and it looked good for them when Grace Concannon gave them the lead mid way through the second half. The lead didn’t last long though as Sydney Taylor scored for USA and it ended 1-1 leaving the Storm in fifth place.

New Hyde Park Firecats ended the regular season with another two victories. Nicole Imbrogno and Marina Pappas were on target in the 2-0 win over Northport Surf which was followed by a 5-0 defeat of South Huntington France. Nicole Imbrogno scored twice in the first half to set them on their way and make sure the Firecats went undefeated
South Huntington USA ended the day with a 3-1 win over South Huntington France. Madison Aucone scored the only goal of the first half for USA and second half goals from Joie Tortorice and Joanna Canagiani put the game out of reach. Sally Rodgers pulled one back for France who finished in fourth place thanks to their tie with the Storm.

That means the play-offs next week will see the Firecats play France and the Force play USA.


South Huntington Barca had a good day, their two victories giving them a total of twenty one points for the season and a chance to finish in second place. Carlos Hernandez scored at both ends, first he gave Barca the lead but was then unfortunate to see his attempted clearance find its way into his own goal. Brian Valencia and Gabe Quesquen made sure Barca got the points with second half goals and they ended up 3-1 winners. They had to come from behind in their second game when Thomas Witthuhn gave the Vortex an early lead. Rodrigo Abrego tied it before half time and a second half hat trick from Gabe Quesquen made the final score 4-1 to Barca.

David Cartagena scored a second half hat trick for Real Madrid in their 5-2 win over the Diablos. Danielle Melgar and Jayvin Coto were also on target but it wasn’t enough to see Madrid into the play-offs, their earlier loss to Barca meant the Comets needed to win one of their two games to clinch fourth place.

The Vortex led twice against the Z20 Jackals but had to settle for a 2-2 tie. Jake Moisanu gave the Vortex the lead but Kevin Gulizio’s goal took the teams in level at the break. Thomas Witthuhn restored the lead for the Vortex in the second half but JD Patti squared it up for the Jackals.

A Sergei Brower goal gave the Comets the win they required in their game against the Diablos. They couldn’t add to it but held on for the 1-0 win which saw them clinch fourth place.

The Jackals then had to win against HBC Angels to make sure of second place and a close first half ended 1-0 in favor of the Jackals thanks to an Angels own goal. Kevin Gulizio brought the second half to life with an excellent hat trick to put the game beyond the Angels. Anna Root scored a late consolation goal for the Angels and it ended 4-1.

Jericho Revolution made sure of finishing top by winning both of their week eight games. Noah Greenbaum scored in the second half against CSH Comets and it proved decisive as the Comets couldn’t find an equalizer. The two teams will now meet again next week in the play-offs.

The Revolution then had a comfortable 6-0 win over the Angels. Jarred Levy opened the scoring and Noah Greenbaum added two more shortly after. Todd Perlman added two more before half time then completed his hat trick in the second half, his third goal taking him to the top of the Golden Boot table.

The other play off game next week is between the Jackals and Barca who tied for 2nd place.


Oyster Bay won both of their games in the GU16/17 ‘Round Robin’. Rebecca Layne scored a hat trick in the 6-1 win over Elwood, Marissa Albanese was also on target twice and Danielle Coccia once. Grace Fitzmaurice scored a consolation goal for Elwood. That was followed by a comfortable 5-0 win over POB Cyclones. Erin Allen struck twice with Erica Eisenberg, Rebecca Layne and Danielle Coccia scoring one each.

Marina Schmidt found the net four times for Elwood in their game against the Cyclones. Her two first half goals gave Elwood a 2-0 lead before Jennifer Newins pulled one back before the break. The Cyclones went in search of an equalizer but two more goals from Marina made the final score 4-1 to Elwood.


League leaders Juventus were without top scorer Jerry Tobar but played an excellent game beating Bayshore Dynasty 4-3. Ever Manzanares scored twice in the first half to give Juve a 2-0 lead and Mario Lobos added a third after the break. Victor Romero pulled one back for the Dynasty but Chris Fuschetto restored the three goal advantage shortly after. Two late goals from Mike Bernardo made it a nervous last minute for Juve but they held on for the win.

The Dynasty found their scoring touch in their next game against the CSH Renegades and were 5-0 up at half time. Mike Bernardo scored the first four goals and Alejandro Juarez added the fifth. Anfernee Lopez pulled one back for the Renegades but a Victor Romero and a fifth for Mike Bernardo made the final score 7-1.

Bayshore Falcons had a good day winning both of their week eight games. First they beat Juventus 3-1 with Nick Felt and Matt Vandenburg on target and followed that with an excellent comeback win against the Warriors. The Warriors raced into a 3-0 half time lead thanks to goals by Max Karen, Alexis Higuera and Anfernee Lopez but the second half belonged to the Falcons and two goals apiece from Mike Bernardo and Victor Romero turned it around to give the Falcons a memorable victory.

The Warriors and the Renegades played a competitive first half, David Alvarado equalized for CSH after Alex Higuera had opened the scoring for the Warriors. Second half goals from Nick Tonks, Max Karen, Anfernee Lopez and Danillo Lozada saw the Warriors claim a deserved 5-1 victory but their defeat against the Falcons saw the Dynasty hold on to second place.

Next week’s play-off’s should be an exciting affair with all four teams confident and capable of winning. Juventus play the Renagades and the Dynasty take on the Warriors.


Week 6 Review

Weekly Review WEEK 6

Dix Hills had a good day coming out on top twice in very close games. Top Scorer Tyler Varlack gave them the lead against St.Elizabeth Lightning but Hayden Rochler tied it up soon after for the Lightning. Max Futter’s goal was the deciding one giving Dix Hills a 2-1 victory. That was followed by a 1-0 win over Chelsea, Gavin Wisotsky with the all important goal.

The Rockets found their scoring touch against the Lightning winning 6-1. Liam Harrington, Chastain Cassidy and Shay Daley each scored twice with Jordan Fletcher on target for the Lightning.

The St. Elizabeth Thunder took the lead against Chelsea when Blake Scimone’s shot went through a crowd of players and into the corner of the net. Ashley Kozlowski added a second hammering in a shot from just inside the box early in the second half. Chelsea improved as the game went on and Leo Palumbo pulled a goal back to set up a tense finish but the Thunder held on for the 2-1 victory.

The Rockets and the Great White Sharks shared the points in an entertaining 1-1 draw. Nate Smith gave the Sharks a first half lead but Kristin Salas’ late goal evened things up.

The Sharks then started well against the Thunder but two goals from Luca Crimi and one from Blake Scimone made sure the Thunder maintained their perfect record, 3-0 the final score.


HBC Force became the first team this season to take a point from the New Hyde Park Firecats. The teams were unable to break the deadlock in a closely contested game and it ended 0-0.

The Force were then in action against South Huntington France and were behind early when Bianca Skelton scored. Despite plenty of second half pressure they were unable to find the net and France secured the 1-0 victory.

Emily Rose and Paulina Valentine gave the NHP Firecats a 2-0 half time lead in their game against South Huntington USA. USA were unable to get back into the game in the second half and Paulina Valantine added another to make the final score 3-0.

Daniel Kleet gave France the lead against the CSH Storm but the Storm fought back with Nicole Abrosino scoring to make it 1-1 at half time. Sibell O’Donnell’s first goal of the season was enough to win it for the Storm in a close second half, 2-1 the final score.

The highest scoring game in the division was the match between South Hunt. USA and Northport Surf. Madison Aucone gave USA an early lead but two Sarah Gray goals turned it around for the Surf who then led 2-1. Sydney Brown tied it for USA but Alison O’Shea restored the Surf’s lead before half time. USA tightened their defense in the second half and Meghan Soulias got them back on level terms with a

well placed shot. Alyssa Sorenson completed the comeback by scoring the final goal of the game to give USA a memorable 4-3 victory.

The Surf recovered well and in another end to end game came out on top against the CSH Storm by a score of 2-1. Caroline Ambriano found the net for the Storm but goals by Alexa Pizzonia and Kerry Root were enough to give Northport the points.

The Firecats remain top and the Force are still second despite being the only team not to record a win during week six. Next week’s games will decide which four teams play for the trophies in week 8.


Week six saw Jericho Revolution and HBC Angels play three games, both teams missed week one and had a game to catch up. It was Jericho who played the first game of the day and it was a good one for them as they beat South Huntington Real Madrid 6-0, Todd Perlman scoring a hat trick.

Madrid failed to get on the score sheet in their second game also and went down 3-0 to the Z20 Jackals. Matt Gelb, JD Patti and Michael Maceluch were on target.

Jericho were soon back in action and found themselves a goal down at half time to South Huntington Barca, Brian Perez with the only successful strike of an even first half. Both teams showed a lot of passion and commitment in a competitive second half and Jericho’s late pressure was rewarded when Jason Marshall pounced on a loose ball to tie it up in the last minute. The 1-1 draw ended Jericho’s ten game winning streak.

The Jackals were the next opponent for Jericho and it was another nail biter with both teams firing on all cylinders. Kevin Gulizio opened the scoring for the Jackals but Zach Caspe leveled for Jericho after a great through ball from Peter Deplis. Two quick goals in the second half gave the Jackals a 3-1 lead, JD Patti and Matteo Alzate the scorers. Jericho replied with another goal from Jason Marshall but the Jackals held on to become the first team this season to defeat the Revolution.

Barca had too much firepower for the HBC Diablos and recorded a comfortable 6-0 victory. The Diablos and the HBC Angels then played with both teams going close before Melissa O’Mara netted for the Angels to give them a 1-0 lead at the break. The Diablos battled hard throughout but couldn’t find a way through the Angel’s defense and Brianna DelColle then Alexa DelColle scored late goals to make it a 3-0 triumph.

Melissa O’Mara gave the Angels a 1-0 half time lead over the Vortex but second half strikes from Jake Moisanu and Thomas Witthuhn turned the game around and gave the Vortex a 2-1 victory.

The Vortex went in search of a second win in their game against CSH Comets but goals from Tommy Copstein and Sergei Brower secured the points for the Comets in a 2-1 win, Jake Moisanu was again on target for the Vortex.

The Comets took an early lead in the last game of the day against the Angels, Sergei Brower the scorer. The Angels forced their way back into the game and goals from Hannah Frank and Rebecca Dewitt gave them a 2-1 advantage at the break. A competitive second half saw Sergei Brower score again to make it 2-2 and despite chances at both ends it finished that way.

Jericho remains top on 21 points with the Jackals and Barca in close persuit. Depending on next week’s results either the Vortex, Comets or Madrid will be joining them in the play-offs.


Oyster Bay and Elwood played the first of the three Gu16/17 games and the only goal of a lively first half came from the foot of Oyster Bay’s Marissa Albanese. That goal proved decisive as a tight second half saw the defenses on top, 1-0 the final score.

Elwood then shut out POB Cyclones in another close match up, the only goal of this game coming from Elwood’s top scorer Marina Schmidt.

Erin Allen opened the scoring for Oyster Bay during a competitive first half in their game with the Cyclones. Good goalkeeping from both teams kept the game close before two second half goals from Danielle Coccia made it 3-0. Erin Allen added a fourth in the last minute to make the final score 4-0 to Oyster Bay.


The two Bayshore teams faced off in the opening game of the BU15/16 division and it was the Dynasty who struck first thanks to Alejandro Juarez. Nick Felt was then left unmarked twice and he took advantage with two neat finishes to give the Dynasty a three goal cushion. Matt Vandenburg got the Falcons back in contention with a goal either side of half time making it 3-2. The comeback was thwarted when Mike Bernardo scored for the Dynasty giving them a 4-2 victory

The Falcons found themselves 3-0 down again in their second game against the CSH Renegades thanks to two goals from Wilson Martinez and a third from David Alvarado. The Falcons battled back for a second time and a hat trick from Victor Romero made it 3-3 mid way through the second half. The Renegades finished strong though and Wilson Martinez completed his hat trick then Nick Sherman added a goal to make the final score 5-3.

The Dynasty made it two wins out of two with a 5-2 victory over the Warriors. Jeff Sully and Sean Zagorski were on target for the Warriors but a confident display from the Dynasty saw Mike Bernardo score three times and Victor Romero twice.

Juan Morales scored the only goal of a fast paced first half between Juventus and the Renegades. Top scorer Jerry Tobar added a second after the break to give Juventus the 2-0 win.

Juventus then went top of the table by beating the Warriors 2-1 in another entertaining game. Jerry Tobar added another goal to his tally before Ever Manzanares made it 2-0 in the first half. The Warriors

managed to pull one goal back but couldn’t find the equalizer and dropped to third place in the table behind Juve and the Dynasty.

The Renegades win over the Falcons made sure that they will take part in the play-offs during week eight.


Week 4 Review

Weekly Review

Week 4


Dix Hills and St. Elizabeth Lightning opened week four and a close game saw them share the points in 1-1 draw. Dean Muratore gave Dix Hills the lead but Hayden Rochler leveled for the Lightning.

The Lightning didn’t fare as well in their second game going down 4-0 to Chelsea with all the goals coming in the second half. Leo Palumbo opened the scoring then a Liam Harrington goal made it 2-0. A goalmouth scramble then led to an own goal before Liam Harrington completed the scoring with his second.

A Tyler Varlack hat trick gave Dix Hills a commanding 3-0 lead over the Great White Sharks and kept him top of the Golden Boot Table. Colin Johnston pulled a goal back for the Sharks but they were unable to stage a comeback as Dix Hills claimed the points in a 3-1 win.

Chelsea were hoping to be the first team to beat St. Elizabeth Thunder but soon found themselves behind when Luca Crimi opened the scoring. Ashley Kozlowski made it two and a second from Luca Crimi gave the Thunder another two points, 3-0 the final score.

Hunter Droskowski gave the Great White Sharks the lead in their game against the Rockets but two goals from Chastain Cassidy turned the game around and the Rockets never looked back. Enzo Pupilla and Shay Dayley made it a 4-1 game with second half goals for the Rockets.

It was then the Rockets turn to try and topple the St. Elizabeth Thunder but early goals from Luca Crimi and Hayden Rochler made it an uphill battle for them as the Thunder raced into a two goal lead. Jack Fallon scored two late goals to make the final score 4-0 as the Thunder made it eight wins out of eight!


CSH Storm started strongly against Northport Surf and were soon two up thanks to goals from Sam Reim and Claire Futter. Tallia Brooks pulled one back for the Surf but Kelly Hooks scored a third for the Storm who went on to win 3-1.

The Surf were soon back in action and played a close game with the HBC Force. Both teams struggled to find the net and it was no surprise that one goal decided the game. Kate Raptis with the all important strike in the second half as HBC claimed the two points.

CSH Storm again started well in their second game against South Huntington USA, a Sydney Brown goal giving them an early lead. USA hit back though and goals from Alyssa Sorenson, Sydney Taylor and Joie Tortorice gave them a 3-1 victory.

HBC Force kept their second clean sheet of the day beating South Huntington France 2-0. Sam O’Toole and Alexa Weindorf were on target making it a good day for the Force, the two wins moving them up to second place in the table.

New Hyde Park Firecats and South Huntington USA played an entertaining game with both teams having their goalkeepers to thank in a goalless first half. Maddy Slaski finally broke the deadlock giving the Firecats the lead and further goals from Jillian Cooper and Paulina Valentine made it a 3-0 victory.

The Firecats then played South Huntington France and were soon in command thanks to strikes from Maddy Slaski and Logan Ward. The same pair each scored a second making it 4-0 before Marina Pappas added a fifth. With a minute remaining France’s Bianca Skelton became the first player to score against the Firecats this season when she drove in a shot from the edge of the box making the final score 5-1.


South Hunt. Barca had a good day with their two victories moving them up to third place. Rodrigo Abrego scored two early goals in their first game against the Vortex and it was soon 4-0 thanks to further strikes from Jamie Bonilla and Brian Valencia. The Vortex came to life in the second half and managed to pull two goals back through Thomas Witthuhn and Matteo Alzate but it wasn’t enough and Barca claimed the points in a 4-2 win.

Gabe Quesquen was the game winner in their second game scoring late on in a 2-1 win over the high flying Z20 Jackals. The Jackals started the day in first place but found themselves a goal down when Jayvin Coto struck. JD Patti tied it up but it was Barca’s day.

The Vortex recovered from their earlier loss and were too strong for the HBC Diablos. Ryan Glazier scored twice in their 5-0 victory. Levi Leach, Zach Himmel and Andrew Curreri also found the net.

The Diablos played better in their second outing but couldn’t match the firepower of South Huntington Real Madrid. Ryder Miller and David Cartagena scored their first goals of the season for Madrid, Luis Salas pulled one back for the Diablos but they were unable to add to it as Madrid ran out 4-1 victors.

The HBC Angels battled throughout against the Z20 Jackals but went down 3-1. Luke Karen and Kevin Gulizio gave the Jackals a 2-0 lead but when Kristen Leonard pulled a goal back for the Angels it was ‘game on’ again. The Angels went in search of an equalizer but Luke Karen settled it with his second for the Jackals.

It was a similar story for the Angels in their second game against Jericho Revolution. Matt Masheb scored twice and Michael Marshall once as the Revolution took a 3-0 lead. The Angels got back into the game when Alexa DelColle’s looping shot found the net. They couldn’t find a second and went down 3-1 again despite a spirited display.

Sergei Brower was on top form in the CSH Comets game against South Huntington Real Madrid. He scored four times in their 5-2 victory, Matt Muszinski was also on target.

The Comets were hoping to carry the momentum into their second game when they played Jericho Revolution. The game was end to end for most of the first half with both keepers having to make saves. Clinical finishing from Jericho was the difference in the end as Noah Greenbaum finished off a good move to give the Revolution the lead. Zach Caspe’s quick free kick then set up Sam Josephson who fired low into the corner and a Comets own goal completed the scoring as Jericho won 3-0 and went two points clear at the top of the table.


Oyster Bay won both games again as the U16/17 girls played another ‘round robin’. The POB Cyclones kept it close in the first half and goals from Deniz Harned and Jack Allen canceled out Oyster Bay goals from Sam Sullivan and Danielle Coccia making it 2-2 at the half. The second half belonged to Oyster Bay though with goals by Marissa Albanese and Cassie Iacono and two from Erin Allen making the final score 6-2.

Oyster Bay were then made to work hard against a determined Elwood team. A competitive game saw Cassie Iacono score the only goal of the game late on to give Oyster Bay the 1-0 win.

Elwood also lost a close game with the POB Cyclones, this time 2-1. Erin O’Brien found the net for Elwood but another goal by Deniz Harned and one from Jennifer Newins proved decisive for the Cyclones.


The Boys U15/16 division has produced some exciting soccer with high scoring games and this week was no different.

The opening game between the Bayshore Dynasty and the Warriors was entertaining throughout and fiercely contested. Connor Nembach gave the Warriors the lead but the Dynasty were soon level when Victor Romero scored with a long range strike. Two excellent finishes by Wilson Martinez then Nick Tonks gave the Warriors a 3-1 half time lead and when Danillo Lozada made it 4-1 it looked like the points would go to the Warriors. The Dynasty had other ideas and with less than four minutes to play Mike Bernardo scored to reduce the deficit to two. A minute later he was on hand again to finish clinically and in the last minute Victor Romero fired in to complete the comeback, 4-4 the final score.

The Dynasty again found themselves behind in their second game against the Bayshore Falcons. Two Matt Vandenburg goals gave the Falcons a 2-0 advantage and despite Alejandro Juarez pulling one back for the Dynasty they were unable to tie it up and went down 2-1

Nick Tonks was on target again for the Warriors, this time giving them an early lead against Juventus. The Warriors were unable to add to it and paid the price as Juventus hit back with two goals from Jerry Tobar and one from Mario Lobos to record a deserved 3-1 victory.

CSH Renegades and the Bayshore Falcons played an even first half with neither team able to find an opening goal. The Renegades did take the lead in the second half when a deflected shot found its way into the net and then added to it minutes later through Wilson Martinez. Matt Vandenburg scored a late goal for the Falcons but the Renegades held on for a 2-1 win.

The final game of the day was Juventus against the Renegades and it turned out to be another fast and furious encounter. Goals were again hard to come by as some last ditch tackles and solid goalkeeping kept the forwards at bay. The finishing skills of Jerry Tobar finally broke the deadlock, his two strikes giving Juventus a 2-0 triumph and taking him to the top of the Golden Boot table.

The two wins for Juventus also meant they moved to the top of the league, one point ahead of the Warriors.


Week 5 Review

Weekly Review… WEEK 5

Competition was tough in the U7 bracket this week as the first four games produced two draws and two games that were won by a single goal. The opening game saw the Great White Sharks take an early lead against second placed Chelsea when Brent Starkey drilled in a shot from outside the box. It wasn’t until late in the second half that David McCalla leveled from close range to give Chelsea a share of the points, 1-1 the final score.

Chelsea then overcame the Rockets 3-2 despite being 2-0 down in the first half. Enzo Pupillo and Annika Galvin scored for the Rockets but goals from Matthew Greer and David McCalla brought Chelsea level. Jason Kaiser was the hero for Chelsea with a late winner to keep them in second place.

The Great White Sharks and St.Elizabeth Lightning looked to be heading for a 0-0 stalemate until Brent Starkey stepped up with his second goal of the day to break the tie and give the Sharks a 1-0 victory.

Dix Hills started well against the Rockets with Golden Boot leader Tyler Varlack opening the scoring. Max Futter added a second for Dix Hills who led 2-0 at the half. The Rockets missed a few chances before Jason Kaiser finally got them back in the game with a clinical finish and Liam Harrington tied it up in the last minute from an acute angle. 2-2 the final score.

The two St. Elizabeth teams then battled it out with the league leaders, the Thunder, coming out on top 3-0 over the Lightning. Jack Fallon, Luca Crimi and Patrick Soulias getting the goals.
The Thunder were then made to work hard to maintain their perfect start to the season by a determined Dix Hills team. The Thunder’s top scorer, Luca Crimi, scored twice before Tyler Varlack reduced the arrears to make it 2-1. A tight finish saw Hunter Scimone score for the Thunder to give them a 3-1 victory and two more points.


New Hyde Park Firecats opened week 5 with another victory. CSH Storm were unable to stop the free scoring Firecats as Irene Tsahas scored a hat trick, Logan Ward scored twice and Emily Rose once in the 6-0 triumph. They followed that with a 4-0 win over Northport Surf. Paulina Valentine and Lauren Wasserman gave them a 2-0 lead at the half and Emily Rose and Logan Ward each scored in the second half as the Firecats made it ten wins out of ten.

CSH Storm and HBC Force shared the points in a 2-2 tie. The Force started well and took the lead with a Christine Fabrizi strike but the Storm hit back with goals from Nicole Ambrosino and Grace Concannon giving them a 2-1 advantage. Victory was snatched away from the Storm when HBC’s Kate Raptis coolly guided the ball into the corner with the last kick of the game.

It was a similar story for the Force in their second game against South Huntington USA. Joie Tortorice gave USA the lead but Kate Raptis was on hand again to tie it up for the Force. Neither team was able to find the net in a close second half and it ended 1-1.

South Huntington France took the lead three times in the first half against Northport Surf but each time the Surf replied to even things up. Emma Weigle, Daniel Kleet and Bianca Skelton were on target for France with Katherine Quinn, Erica Lynch and Allison O’Shea answering for the Surf. The second half belonged to the Surf as two goals from Riley Engleman and a second from Katherine Quinn made it 6-3 to give them their first win of the season.

South Huntington France and South Huntington USA played an entertaining 2-2 tie in the final game of the day. France were in control in the first half and two goals from Daniel Kleet gave them a deserved 2- 0 lead at the break. USA upped their game in the second half and Natalie Gonzalez netted twice to even things up. Neither team could find a winner and the points were shared.

NHP Firecats sit on top of the table with a maximum 20 points, HBC Force remain second on twelve points.


South Huntington Real Madrid and HBC Angels played an even first half with both teams going close early on. Angel’s keeper Taylor Sacks was unbeatable in the first half and it wasn’t until half way through the second half that Madrid finally managed to get one past her. Jayvin Coto rifled one in from outside the box and added a second late on to give Madrid the 2-0 victory.

Madrid were then up against the Vortex and were soon two goals down. Thomas Witthuhn gave the Vortex the lead then Zach Himmel fired in a direct free kick to make it two. Jayvin Coto pulled one back in the second half but Vortex held on for the win, 2-1.

The Angels played South Huntington Barca and matched them all the way in a fast and physical first half. Brian Valencia scored the only goal of the half when his long range effort found the corner. It was Brian again who squeezed one in from a tight angle in the second half that gave Barca the 2-0 victory.

The Vortex were looking to be the first team to take a point off Jericho Revolution but they were unable to hit the net. Jericho went in at half time two goals up thanks to Sam Josephson and a free kick from Jason Marshall. Sam Josephson then scored with a header before Todd Pearlman wrapped up the scoring, 4-0 to the Revolution.

A fine performance by Barca saw them beat the CSH Comets 3-1.Gabe Quesquen, Brian Valencia and Jamie Bonnila were on target, Dylan Collier replied for the Comets.

Jericho Revolution maintained their 100% record against the HBC Diablos. Todd Pearlman, Adam Pahlavan and Ben Alon got the goals in their 3-1 triumph with Luke McNamara scoring for the Diablos.

The Z20 Jackals and the CSH Comets played an action packed game that looked to be heading for a 0-0 draw. Both teams had chances to break the deadlock but couldn’t do so until a late strike from the Comets’ Tommy Copstein settled the game. 1-0 the final score.
The Jackals bounced back and dominated their game against the HBC Diablos. Mark Rafuse scored twice in the 6-1 win, Jack Langton scored for the Diablos but the result was never in doubt.

After five weeks it is Jericho Revolution who lead the table. The two wins for Barca moved them level on points with the Z20 Jackals, both teams now share second place.


Week five brought another round of close games in the BU15/16 division. David Alvarado gave the CSH Renegades the lead in their opening game against the Bayshore Dynasty but Victor Romero equalized with a fine individual effort. Both keepers had to work to keep the score even and it looked like ending that way until Nick Sherman smashed home the winner with the last kick of the game to give the Renegades a 2-1 victory.

The Dynasty were then in action against Juventus and another tight affair saw both teams go close without success. This time it was the Dynasty’s turn to provide the ‘sting in the tail’ when Matt Vandenburg fired in the only goal of the game in the last minute.

Another match going to the wire was the Warriors game with the CSH Renegades. Jeff Sully gave the Warriors an early lead and Wilson Martinez doubled it before half time. The Renegades hit back with a goal from David Alvarado and pressed hard for an equalizer but found Warriors keeper Danny Zagorski in fine form. His two late saves kept the Renegades at bay and made sure the points went to the Warriors.

Juventus took the lead against Bayshore Falcons when Golden Boot leader Jerry Tobar found space and then the bottom corner with a firm strike. Mike Bernardo leveled for the Falcons but two more second half goals from Jerry Tobar saw him complete his hat trick and the scoring, 3-1 to Juventus.
The Warriors then found their scoring touch and it was the Falcons who suffered losing 6-2 in the final game of the day. Nick Tonks and Max Karen were on target twice for the Warriors with Mike Bernardo replying twice for the Falcons.

That win moved the Warriors back to the top of the table one point ahead of Juventus.


Week 3 Review

Weekly Review……..



The Rockets got off to a flying start in their opening game against the St. Elizabeth Lightning. Hayley McGowan scored an early goal and Enzo Pupillo made 2-0 before half time. The Rockets kept up the pressure in the second half and Hayley McGowan made it three from close range. Enzo Pupillo then scored his second to give the Rockets a 4-0 win.

The Lightning then played the Great White Sharks who were in search of their first win of the season. Alex Braunstein’s goal got the Sharks off to a great start and shortly after Jesse Demetriou doubled their advantage. Hayden Rochler pulled one back for the Lightning but it wasn’t enough and the Sharks took the points with a 2-1 victory.

Chelsea then brought the Rockets back down to earth by beating them 4-0. Finn McCloskey opened the scoring and second half goals from Leo Palumbo, David McCalla and JJ Voyard followed.

In their second game the Great White Sharks played the league leaders, St. Elizabeth Thunder. Both teams went close but found goals hard to come by. Patrick Soulias scored for the Lightning and it proved decisive as they won it 1-0.

Dix Hills overcame Chelsea in their opening game by a score of 4-1. Golden Boot leader Tyler Varlack opened the scoring and Gavin Wisotsky made it two not long after. Jason Kaiser pulled one back for Chelsea after a goalmouth scramble but another goal each for Tyler Varlock and Gavin Wisotsky put the game out of reach.

Dix Hills were hoping to inflict a first loss on St. Elizabeth Thunder in the final game of the day but the Thunder came out strong and two goals from Hayden Rochler and one from Luca Crimi gave them a 3-1 win and two more points. Tyler Varlock got the Dix Hills goal to take his tally to ten for the season.

After three weeks of play the Thunder are still top with their 100% record, Chelsea are now four points behind in second place.

Girls U11/12

New Hyde Park Firecats were looking to continue their fine start to the season and did so in their opening game against the CSH Storm. Logan Ward took the spotlight with her first hat trick of the season. Lauren Wasserman and Emily Rose added one goal apiece in the 5-0 win.

The Storm came out determined to make amends in their next game against South Huntington France and took the lead with a Sam Reim goal. France rallied and goals from Mariah Boyle and Daniel Kleet gave them the lead before Claire Futter equalized for the Storm, 2-2 the final score.

The NHP Firecats were then pushed all the way by the HBC Force. An even first half produced some good soccer but no goals as the teams went in scoreless at the break. Both teams attacked in the second half looking for a winner and it was Logan Ward who continued her scoring streak by getting the all important goal for the Firecats. HBC pressed but couldn’t find the net as the Firecats collected another two points with a 1-0 victory, also maintaining their proud record of having conceded no goals so far this season.

Daniel Kleet scored her sixth goal of the season as South Huntington France beat the Northport Surf 2-0. Jesse Boyle was also on target to leave the Surf still in search of their first win.

HBC Force recovered from their earlier loss with a convincing 3-0 win over South Huntington USA. Kate Raptis scored the only goal of the first half with a left footed drive to the corner. She added two more in the second half to complete a fine hat trick as the Force finished the day on a high.

In the final game of the day South Hunt. USA needed to beat Northport Surf to remain in second place. Meghan Soulias gave USA the lead but Alexa Pizzonia leveled for the Surf and the points were shared in a 1-1 draw.

After six games the Firecats have opened up a five point lead at the top, South Huntington France are now in second place on seven points.


In a fast and physical opening game South Huntington Barca and Jericho Revolution went head to head. Clear chances were few and far between and it was no surprise that one goal decided the game, Jericho the victors 1-0 thanks to a Tyley Glovin strike.

Barca came out blazing in their next game eager to put the disappointment of the previous game behind them. Brian Valencia and Gabe Quesquen gave them a 2-0 half time lead over South Huntington Real Madrid in the ‘Coindre Hall El Classico’. As Barca tired the Real Madrid boys eased their way back into the game and the trusty left foot of Jayvin Coto hammered in a hat trick to give Madrid a 3-2 victory making it a miserable day for Barca who started the day in second place.

The league leading Z20 Jackals were hoping to maintain their 100% record but started slowly against Jericho Revolution. An early goal from Todd Pearlman then a direct free kick from Noah Greenbaum gave Jericho a 2-0 lead at the break. Jericho grew in confidence and further goals from Matt Masheb, Peter Deplis and another from Todd Pearlman stunned the Jackals as Jericho cruised to a 5-0 victory. Their impressive form continued into their next game as they shut out South Huntington Real Madrid 4- 0. There was to be no comeback this time for Madrid as Zach Caspe, Todd Pearlman, Matt Masheb and Noah Greenbaum all found the net for the Revolution.

The Z20 Jackals got back on track with a 7-1 demolition of the Vortex. Luke Karen scored twice, the second a glancing header, and Kevin Gulizio twice. The Jackals and the Revolution are now level on ten points at the top of the table.

The CSH Comets beat the HBC Angels 6-0 thanks to a Sergei Brower hat trick. Evan Lubarch scored twice and Matt Shooshtary once to complete the scoring. The Comets made it two for two with a 1-0 victory over the HBC Diablos. Both keepers made numerous saves in a close encounter, the only goal coming from the foot of Sergei Brower.

The Vortex turned things around and a Thomas Witthuhn hat trick helped them to a 5-0 triumph over the HBC Angels. Ryan Glazier and Zach Himmel were also on target for the Vortex.

The HBC Angels and the HBC Diablos shared the points in the division’s final game of the day. An end to end game looked like ending scoreless until Luke McNamara’s shot found its way into the corner to give the Diablos the lead. With only a minute left on the clock Taylor Sachs’ powerful drive tied the score at 1-1 and gave the Angels a deserved point.


Oyster Bay and POB Cyclones played an entertaining game in the GU16/17 ‘round robin’. Samantha Sullivan gave Oyster Bay the lead but Keegan Cassidy, guesting for the Cyclones, tied it up. Erin Allen restored the lead before Keegan leveled a second time. A goal from Rebecca Layne and a second from Erin Allen made the final score 4-2 to Oyster Bay.

The Cyclones then played Elwood and took an early lead through Amanda Miller’s goal. Danielle Christiano made it 2-0 before Marina Schmidt pulled one back for Elwood. Amanda Miller scored again for the Cyclones and it finished 3-1.

Oyster Bay dominated their game against Elwood with Erin Allen and Danielle Coccia both netting twice. Goals from Melissa Albanese and Samantha Sullivan made the final score 6-0.


There were goals galore in the boys U15/16 division as the forwards had a good day and the defenders one to forget. CSH Renegades took the lead against the Warriors when Alex Dagostino scored with an excellent volley. The lead was short lived and the Warriors raced into a 3-1 lead thanks to goals from Jeff Sully, Wilson Martinez and Alexis Higuera. Derek Nugent’s goal brought the Renegades to within one of the Warriors but another from Jeff Sully wrapped up the points, 4-2 the final score.

The Warriors then played Bayshore Falcons who took the lead when Douglas Castro reacted quickly in the box. It was pretty much one way traffic after that as the Warriors fired in seven goals. Jeff Sully scored a hat trick and Nick Tonks chipped in with two, 7-2 the end result.

Bayshore Dynasty and the CSH Renegades played a fast and furious game, Douglas Castro giving the Dynasty the lead just before half time. It stayed that way until late in the game when two individual goals by Josh Canales gave the Renegades the advantage. The Dynasty had the last word though as Alejandro Juarez fired in the equalizer to make it 2-2 .

Juventus made it a bad day for the Bayshore Falcons as Jerry Tobar and Chris Fuschetto both scored hat tricks in the 7-2 victory. Juventus then came up against the Bayshore Dynasty, this proved to be a much closer game with both teams finding goals hard to come by. A Matt Vandenberg goal for the Dynasty was all that separated the teams at half time. A scramble in the box allowed Chris Fuschetto an easy tap in to tie it up for Juventus but the Dynasty were not to be denied as Matt Vandenberg played a quick free kick into the path of Alejandro Juarez who fired home the winner, 2-1 the final score.

After 6 games it’s tight at the top. The Warriors lead the table with nine points, the Dynasty are second on eight with Juventus third on seven.


Week 2 Review


Weekly Review……..


St. Elizabeth Thunder continued their excellent start to the season with another two wins in the U7 division. Ian Agulto and Luca Crimi were on target in the 2-0 victory over St. Elizabeth Lightning. The Rockets looked like they were going to hold the Thunder in their next game but two late strikes from Jack Fallon secured the points in a 3-1 win.

Chelsea also went two for two on the day with victories over the Great White Sharks then St. Elizabeth Lightning. Jason Kaiser broke the deadlock in the game against the Sharks before Liam Harrington added a second, 2-0 the final score. Ethan Leace scored the only goal of the game for Chelsea in a close game with the Lightning, both teams had late chances but couldn’t convert.

Tyler Varlack was amongst the goals again with two first half strikes for Dix Hills against the Great White Sharks. Hunter Droskoski pulled one back in the second half but the Sharks were unable to find an equalizer as Dix Hills held on to win 2-1. Enzo Pupillo gave the Rockets a first half lead against Dix Hills with a clinical finish but Tyler Varlack scored his ninth of the season after the break to earn Dix Hills a share of the points.

St. Elizabeth Thunder remain top of the league with a maximum eight points, Chelsea are second on six with Dix Hills third on five.

Girls U11/U12

New Hyde Park Firecats maintained their 100% record with comfortable 4-0 wins over Northport Surf and South Huntington France. Paulina Valentine scored twice in each game to move to the top of the Golden Boot table, Logan Ward also scored in both games taking her total to three for the season.

HBC Force had to come from behind against Northport Surf. Talia Brooks gave the Surf the lead but Mia Abulencia leveled in the second half in the 1-1 draw. The Force started strong and scored first in their next game against CSH Storm when Alexa Weindorf found the net. Nicole Ambrosino evened it up for the Storm but Sam Quigley restored the lead for the Force who held on for a 2-1 victory. The Storm lost another close game going down 1-0 to South Huntington USA, Sydney Taylor scoring the winner from close range.

In the final game of the day, South Hunt. France and South Hunt. USA played out a 0-0 tie. That point means USA sit in second place three points behind leaders New Hyde Park Firecats.

Boys U13

HBC Angels, who were unable to make week one, got their season rolling against South Huntington Real Madrid. Unfortunately for them they were unable to break down the Madrid defense and eventually went down 1-0, Jayvin Coto hammering in the winning goal for Madrid. Madrid followed that with a fast

and furious game with the Z20 Jackals. Kevin Gulizio gave the Jackals the lead but Jayvin Coto leveled for Madrid with another powerful strike. Both teams missed opportunities before Luke Karen forced home a late winner for the Jackals, 2-1 the final score.

HBC Angels found themselves a goal down against South Huntington Barca, Brian Valencia with an early strike. The Angels rallied and Allison Gordin reacted first in the box to tie the game. With time running out Gabe Quesquen struck to give Barca a 2-1 victory.

The Z20 Jackals had another end to end battle, this time with the CSH Comets. Both defenses stood strong until Luke Karen lost his marker and scored the only goal of the game, his second winning strike of the day! The Comets then played the Vortex and after relinquishing the lead three times finally managed to hold it the fourth time to win 4-3. Tommy Capstein got the first for the Comets but saw Ryan Glazier equalize moments later. Loisa Miheal fired the Comets ahead again only for Thomas Witthuhn to tie it up. Sergei Brower was the next on target for the Comets before Jake Moisanu replied for the Vortex. A second from Sergei Brower finally settled it to give the Comets their first win of the season.

Gabe Quesquen scored a hat trick as South Huntington Barca beat the HBC Diablos 6-0. The Diablos didn’t fare much better in their second outing also going down 6-0 to Jericho Revolution, Todd Perlman and Peter Deplis with two apiece. Jericho, who like the Angels started a week late, then secured a second convincing victory this time beating the Vortex by a score of 5-1. Todd Perlman and Peter Deplis again scoring twice with Casey Glover adding a fifth, Jake Moisanu netting for the Vortex.

After two weeks the Z20 Jackals are top with a maximum eight points from their four games, South Huntington Barca are only two points behind in second place. Jericho Revolution made a strong start with two victories and with two games to make up look like they could be challenging for a place at the top.


With a couple of teams dropping out at the last minute, the GU16/17 division was left with only three teams. Hopefully they will be joined by another team after the holidays. The three remaining teams have been competitive so far and this week saw Oyster Bay play their opening games. Elwood and POB played the first game of the ‘Round Robin’ with Elwood coming out on top 2-0, the goals coming from Marina Schmidt and Amber Ciccotto. Danielle Coccia then stole the show by scoring four times in Oyster Bay’s 4-1 victory over Elwood. POB took the lead in their game against Oyster Bay when Amanda Miller scored in the first half. They were unable to add a second and paid the price as another Danielle Coccia goal then one from Gabby Moralis gave Oyster Bay a 2-1 triumph.


The BU15/16 division provided us with some of the most exciting and fast paced games of the season. Goals flowed as all five teams won one and lost one of their two games.

Juventus and the CSH Renegades started the ball rolling with a high energy action packed contest. With all the attempts on goal it was surprising there was only one that went in during the first half, Jerry Tobar scoring for Juventus. The Renegades battled back and with less than two minutes remaining drew level thanks to a Nick Tonks strike. Within seconds Juventus took advantage of some hesitation in the Renegades defense and Jerry Tobar lifted the ball over the keeper for a fine individual goal that proved to be the winner.

The Renegades then came out on top in a nine goal thriller against the Bayshore Falcons. Mike Bernardo gave the Falcons an early lead before Wilson Martinez tied it up for the Renegades. A Matt Vandenburg goal and a second from Mike Bernardo put the Falcons in control at 3-1 but three straight from the Renegades turned it around again, David Alvarado was on target and Wilson Martinez claimed two to complete his hat trick making it 4-3 to the Renegades. A Matt Vandenburg cross was then turned in by a Renegades defender evening it up at 4-4 but Nick Tonks scored the final goal of the game to give the Renegades a 5-4 victory.

Max Karen was the hero for the Warriors as his hat trick downed Juventus 3-2. Jerry Tobar was on target again to give Juventus the lead but the Warriors replied to lead 2-1 at the half. Ever Manzanares equalized for Juventus but it wasn’t enough as Karen’s third made sure the points went to the Warriors.

The Bayshore Falcons defeated the Bayshore Dynasty 5-2 in another open and attacking game. Matt Vandenburg and Andrew Keach netted twice for the Falcons, Mark Vandenburg with the other. Justin Vid and Alejandro Juarez got the goals for the Dynasty.

The final game of the day was the Bayshore Dynasty versus the Warriors. The Warriors started slowly and were 3-0 down thanks to a hat trick inside three minutes from Mike Bernardo. The Dynasty continued to dominate and were 6-2 up half way through the second half. Victor Romero scored twice and Mike Bernardo added one more. The Warriors came to life at the end and made it interesting with Jeff Sully scoring twice to make it 6-4 but it was too little too late as Bayshore held on for a deserved win.

With each team taking two points the table stayed the same. The Dynasty, Warriors and Juventus all sharing first place on five points.


Week 1 Review


Week One Review……


The U7 Boys kicked off the 15th season at Coindre Hall with South Huntington Thunder beating Chelsea 4-0 in the opening game. Luca Crimi scored twice, Blake Scimone and Jack Fallon adding the others in a convincing win.

Chelsea hit back with a 2-1 victory over Dix Hills with Liam Harrington and Jason Kaiser on target in an evenly matched contest. Dix Hills also improved in their second fixture and had a comfortable 6-0 win over South Hunt. Lightning. Tyler Varlack, who also scored in their first game, got the season’s first hat- trick. South Hunt. Thunder made it a perfect start with a 1-0 win over the Great White Sharks, Jack Fallon with the all important goal. The Sharks suffered another close loss in their second game. Hunter Droskoski netted their first goal of the season but goals from Shay Daley and Hayley McGowan gave the Rockets a victory in their opening match. The Rockets were also on target twice against the South Hunt. Lightning but a hat trick from Luka Crimi and a fourth from Dominick Repetti made sure that the Lightning got the points in a 4-2 triumph.

So after the first round of games the early leaders are the South Huntington Thunder, the only team to take maximum points on the day.


South Huntington France and CSH Storm kicked off the GU11/12 division and it was the girls from France who got the first points of the season with a 2-0 shut-out, Danielle Kleet twice hitting the net. The Storm made a quick recovery and recorded a shut out of their own beating the Northport Surf 1-0 in a very close game, Kelly Hooks scoring the winning goal. An even closer game saw the HBC Force share the points with South Hunt. France. Olivia McGuinness gave the Force the lead but Danielle Kleet leveled for France in a 1-1 tie.

Northport Surf went down 1-0 for the second time, this time to South Hunt. USA. Joielyn Tortoice scored the only goal.

New Hyde Park Firecats made a perfect start with two victories and two shut outs to take them to the top of the league. HBC Force kept it tight in their game eventually going down 2-0. South Hunt. USA found it harder going as the Firecats found their scoring touch and ran out 6-0 winners, Irene Tsahas top scored for them with two on the day.


South Huntington Barca got off to a flying start with a 3-0 victory over the CSH Comets, Brian Valencia scoring twice and Jamie Bonilla once. They were soon brought back down to earth though as the Z20 Jackals beat them 4-2. Gabe Quesquen got on the score sheet twice for Barca but goals two goals from Kevin Gulizio and one each from JD Patti and Luke Karen proved decisive. The Jackals made it two out of two with a dominant performance against the HBC Diablos. Matt Tomlinson and Luke Karen scored two apiece in the 6-0 win.

The CSH Comets and South Hunt. Real Madrid played an exciting game, Matt Shooshtary and Vincenzo Iannucci scored the Comets first goals of the season but Jayvin Coto, Jose Veliz and Matt Lindner were on target to secure a 3-2 win for Real Madrid. The Vortex then played Real Madrid and another close encounter saw Madrid on the wrong end of a 3-2 score line. Matt Lindner and Jayvin Coto were again amongst the goals but two from Thomas Witthuhn and one from Keegan Cassidy saw the Vortex claim the points. The Vortex finished the day with a commanding 5-0 win over the HBC Diablos, Thomas Witthuhn adding three more goals to his total. With maximum points from their two games the Vortex share an early lead at the top with the Z20 Jackals.

Boys U15/16

The BU15/16 division saw some of the more action packed games of the day with none of the teams able to claim two victories. The Bayshore Dynasty got off to a great start with a 2-1 victory over the CSH Renegades, two Mike Bernardo strikes cancelled out an Anfernee Lopez goal for the Renegades. Mike Bernardo was again on target in their second game against Juventus with two first half goals. Juventus were also in the mood for goals, two from Ever Manzanares and one each from Chris Fuschetto and Jerry Tobar looked to have given Juventus the points but Alajandro Juarez and a third from Mike Bernardo completed the Dynasty comeback . 4-4 the final score.

The CSH Renegades and the Warriors split the points in a game of two halves. The first half belonged to the Warriors who stormed into a three goal lead, Nick Tonks, Alexis Higuera and Max Karen with the goals. Chase Brown finished off a flowing move to pull one back just before half time for the Renegades and further goals late in the game from Nick Sherman then Anfernee Lopez saw another comeback complete.

Juventus and the Warriors obviously learned something from their first games as both teams held on for victories in their second matches. Juventus scored four again, this time against Bayshore Falcons. Two from man of the match Jerry Tobar and one each from Ever Manzanares and Chris Fuschetto put Juventus in a strong position. Douglas Castro replied for the Falcons. The Warriors also recorded a 4-1 win over the Falcons, two clinical finishes from Jeff Sully in the first half setting them on their way.


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