Coindre Hall Soccer

Long Island, NY

Category: Summer Weekly Review 2012

Week 6 Review

REVIEW WEEK 6…………………..
Girls U8
The Bulls wrapped up the GU8 division with an emphatic victory over HBC 3G. Gianna Bartlett scored six times in the first half before Kamryn August pulled two back for 3G. Nia Baker was also on target for HBC but further goals by Madison Apicella and a seventh for Gianna Bartlett made the final score 8-3 and gave Gianna the Golden Boot trophy. The Bulls remained unbeaten with 5 wins and one draw.

Massapequa also ended the season with a win after beating Dix Hills Peanutbutters 6-3. Mia Bordwin, Sascha Fraum and Sam Goldberg were on target for Dix Hills who led 3-2 midway through the second half. The Xtreme turned the game around in the closing stages thanks to Alexander Coloma who completed her hat trick to tie the game up then scored twice more to make it five on the day. Jolie Caramelli also hit the net for the Xtreme who finished in second place.

Conrgrats to the Bulls, to Gianna for her Golden Boot win with 15 goals and to Alexander who was a close second with 14.

Boys U7

Boys U8

Dix Hills Dynamite made it six wins out of six but were made to work hard for the victory by the determined and talented Syosset White team. Golden Boot winner Tyler Glassberg scored the only goal of a competitive first half but shortly after the break James Guiffre tied it up for Syosset. Spencer Bernak gave the Dynamite their second lead of the game and Tyler Glassberg wrapped up the points with his second of the game, 3-1 the final score.

Jeffrey Wilson scored twice in Dix Hills Thunder’s 4-1 win over the HBC Wildcats. Matthew Chumski and Ian Alper also hit the net with Luke Difruscia replying for the Wildcats.

Kings Park Arsenal ended the season on a high note against the Annoying Oranges. Ryan Webb, Mike Stiskin, MJ Smith, Micaeh Bailes and Isaac Frishberg all scored in the 5-0 victory.

HBC Arsenal claimed a second place finish after beating Syosset Red 7-2. A close first half saw the teams share four goals. Arsenal’s Geral Cortex scored twice in the second half to give them the advantage and they never looked back. Nico Corea also scored to finish second in the Golden Boot table with twelve goals for the season, four behind Tyler Glassberg. Arsenal were supposed to play the Dynamite week 6 but were unable to because of the many scheduling conflicts.

Congrats to the division winners, the Dix Hills Dynamite, and to Tyler for winning the Golden Boot trophy with sixteen goals!.

Boys U9

HBC Kings won the BU9 division with a decisive 6-1 triumph over the HBC Spurs. Both teams missed chances in an even first half that ended 1-1. The second half belonged to the Kings who added five goals to their tally to take first place, Jefferson Lopez, Benjamin Blumberg and Tyler Phillips all scored twice. Owen Husselbeck was the lone scorer for Spurs.

The HBC Attack and the HBC Elite played a close and entertaining game with the Attack coming out on top 4-3. Gabby Martinea and Gabby Modica hit the target for the Elite who also benefited from an

Attack own goal. Adam Tabibzada, Josh Chandre and Dean Raschizada scored for the Attack to make it 3-3 before Adam Tabibzada’s second won the points and took him to the top of the Golden Boot table!

Congrtas to the Kings for their division win and to Adam Tabibzada for the Golden Boot award.

Boys U10

Trevor Cueto scored a hat trick for Inter Soccer Academy in their 5-3 win over HBC Wasabi. The HBC boys looked to be on their way to a first victory when they led 3-2 through goals by Ben Grossman, Ryan Benchmiol and Danny Costello but Inter came back late on and further goals by Benton Cueto and Michael Reyes won them the three points.

Collen Sim had a hat trick in Hempstead’s 5-1 victory over Elwood. That win meant that the EOC Leopards won the division and left Elwood in third place. Seth Castro was also on target and top scorer Nilton Gonzalez scored his eighth goal of the season which won him the BU10 Golden Boot award.
TJ Carroll scored Elwood’s only goal in the first half.

Congrats to the Hempstead EOC Leopards for winning the league and to Nilton Gonzalez on his Golden Boot win.

Boys U11

Ruben Rodriguez scored a hat trick for Uniondale Hawks in their 5-0 victory against the CSH Arsenal. Steven Flores also scored but the important goal was by Andy Blanco, his sixth goal of the season won him the BU11 Golden Boot trophy. The result also meant that the HBC Wolverines had to beat Brentwood AC Milan to stay joint first. Two Augustus McGiff goals and one by Johnny Guerrera gave the Wolverines a solid 3-1 half time lead, Austin Nathanael on target for Milan. HBC stretched their lead further in the second half and two more Johnny Guerrera goals and one by Nick Mazza made sure the Wolverines stayed level on points at the top, 6-1 the final socre. With both the Hawks and Wolverines finishing on fifteen points it came down to their head to head record. This was identical with each team winning once by two goals so both teams received winner’s medals finishing joint top.

Congrats to the Hawks, Wolverines and to Andy Blanco for his Golden Boot award.


Brian Yanez and Enzo Vergara both scored twice in Inter Soccer Academy’s 6-1 victory over the Commack Allstars. The win meant that Inter finished in second place behind Uniondale Leones.
The Leones maintained their 100% record with a 3-0 win over Hempstead EOC Leopards to win the division. Thajee Zaid scored all three goals to take his tally to thirteen for the season making him the BU12 Golden Boot winner.

Congrats to the Leones, worthy winners of the league and to Thajee.

Boys U14

Hicksville Renegades finished the season in style with a 6-3 win over the South Huntington Hawks. Jose Morino and Jose Alvarenga scored twice for the Renegades with Brian Valencia replying twice for the Hawks.

Elwood Gladiators also ended the campaign well with a victory over the Uniondale Allstars. Elwood’s top scorer Paul Schiappa was on target twice as the Gladiators came from behind to win their first game of the season, 5-4 the final score.

Inter Soccer Academy B led 2-0 at half time against Uniondale Majico thanks to a Jose Marquez goal and a Majico own goal. The Majico recovered in the second half with Steven Velasquez getting on the score sheet. They were unable to add a second and Inter B held on to win 2-1 meaning they finished as runners up in the division behind Inter A.

Inter Soccer Academy A and Hauppauge still have a game to play but Inter A are already the league winners. The two Inter teams are tied on points but Inter A have the better head to head record having beaten Inter B the first week of the season. It also looks like Junior Reyes will be the Golden Boot winner, he currently has ten goals to his credit so barring a goal feast in the final game by a Hauppauge player he will take home the trophy. Congrats to Inter A on their first place finish.

Girls U11

The Girls U11 division still has a couple of games to be played but the South Huntington Falcons are guaranteed a first place finish with Inter Soccer Academy coming in second place. Magalee Rivera leads the Golden Boot table with eleven goals, congrats to Inter and to Magalee.

Girls U12

The girls U12 division also has a couple of games left after the weather stopped the games this week. New Hyde Park Firecats have a six point lead at the top and Logan Ward leads the Golden Boot table with eight goals.


Week 5 Review


Girls U8

HBC 3G and Massapequa Xtreme shared eleven goals in the first GU8 game of the week. Nia Baker scored four times for HBC with Felicity Johnson also on target. An Alexander Coloma hat trick (that took her to the top of the Golden Boot table) and goals by Kaitlyn Taylor and Lulu Cardello for the Xtreme tied the game up at 5-5 and it looked like ending that way until Kaitlyn Taylor’s last gasp goal gave them the 6-5 victory in a thrilling encounter!

The Bulls stayed in first place with a 5-0 win over the Dix Hills Peanutbutters. Summer Potvin scored twice in a comfortable victory with Gillian Barresi, Gianna Bartlett and Camille Prasad also on the score sheet.

Boys U7

Elwood Stars and HBC City shared the points in an evenly matched game. David McCalla opened the scoring for Elwood but Chastain Cassidy’s volley tied it up for City, 1-1 the final score.

Another close game saw HBC Inter beat the Blue Dragons 2-1. Steven Sillipo gave Inter the lead but Gavin Wisotsky equalized for the Dragons. Golden Boot leader Luke Copland got the winner for Inter in the second half with a clinical finish inside the box.

Boys U8

Andrew Pinzone scored five times for the Annoying Oranges but still ended up on the losing team! Four goals by Jack Hennick, two by Zack McPhee and one by Noah Frankel gave Syosset White the three points in a 7-5 triumph, definitely an open and attacking match!

Syosset Red also secured three points beating Kings Park Arsenal 4-1. Benji Blair and James Guiffre each scored twice for the Reds, MJ Smith had Kings Park’s only goal.

There were plenty of goals in the other two games also with HBC Arsenal coming out on top 7-3 over the HBC Wildcats. Nico Corea scored a hat trick, Geral Cortez scored twice and Nick Induisi and Sean Kozodoy added one each. Goals for the Wildcats by Nicholas Campanelli, Jason Garbut and Michael Elmo made it an exciting and close second half.

Tyler Glassberg was the second U8 player this week to hit the net five times in a game. His five and one each by A.J. Nambiar and Jack Zaremsky were enough to see the Dix Hills Dynamite maintain their 100% record with one week to go. Dix Hills Thunder’s Jeffrey Wilson scored two late goals making the final score 7-2.

Boys U9

Dean Raschizada, Adam Tabizada and Jack O’Brien all scored twice as the HBC Attack won for the second time this season. HBC Spurs found themselves 5-1 down at the half and never recovered, 6-1 to the Attack the final score.

The HBC Kings remain top but were made to work hard for victory by the HBC Elite. Gabby Martinez gave the Elite an early lead but Benjamin Blumberg equalized for the Kings before half time. The Elite had their chances in an end to end second half but a late Dylan Thody goal finally got the points for the Kings to keep them three points clear at the top.

Boys U10

Elwood’s two game winning streak came to an end as they lost to Inter 5-0. Eric Castro was on target twice during an impressive Inter performance.

Hempstead EOC Leopards also won 5-0 in their game against HBC Wasabi. Milton Gonzalez moved to the top of the Golden Boot table with two of the goals. The Leopards just have to win their final game next week to be the league winners.

Boys U11

HBC Wolverines struck early in their game against CSH Arsenal. Two Nick Mazza goals and one each by Jason Garay, Christian Harty and Nick Villani gave them a 5-0 victory, all the goals coming in the first half.

A tight first half ended scoreless between Brentwood AC Milan and Uniondale Hawks. Andy Blanco changed the game in the second half with a hat trick for the Hawks. Austin Reeve score for Brentwood but it wasn’t enough as the Hawks won 3-1 to stay joint top with the Wolverines.

Boys U12

Leon Rothar was on target again for the Commack Allstars but one goal was all they could manage against the on-form Hempstead EOC Leopards. Edwin Castellon and Darli Baquerano each found the net twice for the Leopards as they won 6-1.

Thajee Zaid continued his scoring streak with another goal in Uniondale Leones 4-0 victory over Inter Soccer Academy, Doug Malina, Bladimir Guzman and Jordi Cruz were also on target. That win guarantees the Leones a first place finish, congrats to them!

Girls U11

Uniondale Gaselas and Inter Soccer Academy had a make up game this week so therefore played twice. Beatriz Flores and Ashley Hernandez scored for the Gaselas but Inter came out on top 5-2 thanks to four goals by Magally Rivera and one from Jackie Salgado.

The Gaselas recovered and won their next game against the South Huntington Cyclones. A high scoring game saw Uniondale the 7-4 victors. Ashley Hernandez scored a hat trick with Beatriz Flores and Lesly Rivas adding two each. Emily O’Mara and April Farrell also scored two each for the Cyclones in an entertaining game.

Inter were unable to make it two out of two on the day as they fell to the South Huntington Falcons 6-1. Alyssa Sorensen top scored for the Falcons with two goals. They remain in first place with four wins out of four and a double header to come next week.

Girls U12

The GU12 division saw the NHP Firecats continue to dominate. Logan Ward scored another two goals as they won 5-0 over Hauppauge Explosion to maintain their 100% record.

Middle Country Xplosion and the South Huntington Falcons played out a close game in the other GU12 match. Danielle Kleet’s goal for the Falcons was cancelled out by the Xpolsion’s top scorer Alyssa Muszak. Ashley Nolan scored a second for the Xplosion, 2-1 the final score.

Boys U14

Ricardo Orozco scored a hat trick for Hauppage Azzuri as they beat Elwood Gladiators 5-1. Alex Aliscio and Ryan Parker also found the net.

The two Uniondale teams played an end to end game that finished even. The Allstars took the lead through Marlon Morales but Jason Quantanilla tied it up before half time for Majico. Majico then took the lead when Jason Quantanilla netted his second but the Allstars were level soon after when Lionel Vanegas scored. The Majico went ahead for a second time through Freddie Ross but Rickie Enriquez tied it up again for the Allstars and the points were shared, 3-3 the score.

Jayvin Coto was on the score sheet for South Huntington Hawks but they were on the losing end of a 4-1 result as Jason Herrera and Ray Ruiz both scored twice for Inter Soccer Academy B.

Inter Soccer Academy A won by the same score against Hicksville Renegades. Top scorer Junior Reyes claimed a hat trick in the first half. Jose Alvarenga pulled a goal back for the Renegades in the second half but they couldn’t add to it as Inter maintained their proud 100% record.


Week 4 Review


Girls U8

The Bulls and Massapequa Xtreme played an exciting game with the Xtreme looking to get the victory that would take them level on points at the top with the Bulls. In an attacking first half both teams had chances but were unable to break the deadlock. The last game between these two teams produced thirteen goals but this was a much tighter contest with first place on the line. The second half was much like the first with both teams creating opportunities but finding the ‘keepers on top form. Surprisingly the match ended goalless meaning the Bulls stay three points clear at the top.

Dix Hills Peanutbutters found their scoring touch putting six past HBC 3G. Samantha Goldberg scored four times with Andi Rollo adding two in the 6-1 victory, Nia Baker replied for 3G.

Boys U7

Luke Copland was the hero for HBC Inter, his hat trick giving Inter a 4-2 win over HBC City. Steven Sillipo got City back in the game with two goals but a fourth from Liam Harrington ended their comeback.

Gavin Wisotsky gave the Blue Dragons the lead over Elwood Star but two Finn McCloskey strikes sent the Stars into half time with a 2-1 lead. Gavin Wisotsky tied it up for the Dragons with his second before two late goals by Tommy Hyland and Bryce Lanton secured the points for the Dragons in a 4-2 win.

Boys U8

The Annoying Oranges took an early two goal lead against the HBC Wildcats but goals from Jason Garbut, Travis Aqualino and Chris Thorson turned the game around to give the Wildcats a 3-2 lead. Andrew Pinzone rescued a point for the Oranges with a fine individual goal in the dying seconds of the game, 3-3 the final.

Dix Hills Thunder had a good day beating Kings Park Arsenal , Jeffrey Wilson and Ian Alper were on target twice for the Thunder in their 6-1 victory.

Syosset Red played an excellent game against the league leaders, the Dix Hills Dynamite. They led 1-0 at the half thanks to a James Guiffre goal and went 2-0 up not long after the break when Jack Henick fired home. The Dynamite came to life in the final fifteen minutes and a Tyler Glassberg hat trick gave them a 3-2 lead, Spencer Hirsch and Daniel Doerrie added goals late on to make the final score 5-2.

Two Nico Corea goals gave HBC Arsenal a victory over Syosset White. He opened the scoring in the first half but James Guiffre equalized for the whites before half time. In a tight second half Nico’s long range shot found the corner to give the Arsenal the three points.

Boys U9

HBC Kings stayed level on points at the top with a 4-1 win over the HBC Attack. Dylan Thody and Mikey Piraino scored in the first half to give them a 2-1 lead, Luke Poole replying for the Attack. Joseph

Caladrino and Benjamin Blumberg each scored for the Kings in the second half to make sure of the three points.

Gabby Martinez was on target twice for the HBC Elite but it wasn’t enough to beat the HBC Spurs. Owen Husselbeck scored three, James Philippes two and and Enzo Pupillo one in the 6-3 victory. Tori Walker added a consolation goal for the Elite in an entertaining game.

Boys U10

Hempstead EOC Lions were 3-1 up late in the game against Inter Soccer Academy, two of the goals coming from Milton Gonzalez. Inter got back in the game with late goals from Michael Reyes to make it a 3-3 final.

Elwood won their second consecutive game with a convincing 5-1 result over the HBC Wasabi. Jack Fanagan and Jimmy Rourke each scoring twice.

Boys U11

Brentwood got their second win of the season with a 5-0 win over CSH Arsenal, William Garcia and Jeffrey Ayala both scored twice in a dominant first half.

Uniondale Hawks took the lead over HBC Wolverines with a goal by Darri Morales. HBC Hit back with first half goals by Johnny Guerrera and a Tavion Baker header to lead 2-1. In the second half an excellent strike by the Hawks’Miran Padillas leveled the score at 2-2 but Ryan Szabo regained the lead for HBC and Jason Garay wrapped up the points with a fourth to make it 4-2 to HBC to leave both teams tied at the top on nine points.

Girls U11

The two South Huntington teams played a high scoring and entertaining match with the Falcons coming out on top over the Cyclone 9-4. Mariah Boyle Boyle had four goals for the Falcons, Alexa Brunetti and Jessica Boyle had two each. Kristen Finnerty was on target twice for the Cyclones.Ashley Hernandez , Lesly Rivas and Jennifer Cantonia all score for the Uniondale Gaselas but it wasn’t enough as the girls from Inter won 6-3. Maggaly Rivera had a hat trick, Natalie Cordoba and Jackie Salgado had one each. An own goal by the Gaselas completed the scoring.

Boys U12

Inter Soccer Academy and Hempstead EOC Leopards played a competitive game in the boys U12 division. Brandon Yanez was on target in the first half to give Inter a 1-0 lead at the break. Enzo Vergara, Paul Montiel and Brandon Yanez, with his second, all found the net in an exciting second half. John Padilla and Justin Wright replied for the Leopards but Inter came out on top 4-2.

League leaders Uniondale Leones raced into a 5-1 half time lead over the Commack Allstars, Thajee Zaid added four goals to his total for the season. The Allstars made a brave recovery in the second half with Liam Rothar scoring a hat trick. Yordi Cruz hit the net twice for the Leones who ended up winning 8-5.

Girls U12

Logan Ward scored two in the first half and completed her hat trick with a long range strike in the second half as the NHP Firecats maintained their 100% record with a 5-0 over the South Huntington Falcons.

Middle Country Xplosion had a good week with two victories. They beat the South Huntington Falcons 5- 0 and Hauppauge Explosion 5-3, Alyssa Muszak on target four times over the two games. Hauppauge’s McKenzie Underdown took her total to five goals for the season with two in the 5-3 defeat to the Xplosion.

Boys U14


Week 3 Review


Girls U8

The Bulls made it three out of three in the GU8 division with a confident 5-0 victory over HBC 3G.
Julia Karnich scored a first half hat trick and goals by Madison Apicella and Michaela Barresi completed the scoring to give the Bulls nine points from their three games.

Massapequa Xtreme kept up the pressure on the Bulls with another win, this time over the Dix Hills Peanutbutters. Thallia Morisi dribbled through the Dix Hills defense in the first minute to open the scoring and added another three to her total before the game was over. Alesandra Coloma and Rachel Chillemi were also on target as the Xtreme won it 6-0.

Boys U7

HBC City and Elwood Stars played a close game with City missing early chances then going behind to a David McCalla goal midway through the first half. Finn McCloskey doubled Elwood’s lead in the second half before City came to life pulling goals back through Giovanni Reyes and Steven Sillipo. James Starin completed City’s comeback with a late winner making the final score 3-2 in their favor.

In another good match up the Blue Dragons and HBC Inter battled out a seven goal thriller. Liam Harrington gave Inter the lead when his shot found the roof of the net but the Dragons roared back with goals by Jordan Garbut and Gavin Wisotsky. The lead then changed again with Inter scoring twice. Liam Harrington equalized before Luke Copland followed up his own rebound to make it 3-2 at the half. In the second half Jordan Heyman equalized for the Dragons then Tommy Hyland scored the winner to give them the three points in a 4-3 victory.

Boys U8

The HBC Wildcats played a strong first half against Syosset Red and led 4-3 at half time. Michael Elmo scored twice with Luke Defruscia and Sam Sekler also finding the net. The Reds stormed back in the second half and scored four unanswered goals to win the game 7-4. Zack McPhee top scored with a hat trick and Jack Hennick added two. The Reds now have six points from three games.

Syosset White also recorded their second victory of the season with a 4-0 win over Dix Hills Thunder. Lucas Blair and James Guiffre gave them a 2-0 lead at the half and further strikes from Noah Frankel and Benji Blair made it four.

Dix Hills Dynamite continued their assault on the league with another resounding victory. Spencer Bernak scored two early goals to set them on their way against Kings Park Arsenal. Tyler Glassberg added two more to his total and Daniel Doerrie one before the half time break. Kings Park battled back in the second half with Mike Stiskin getting on the score sheet. Arsenal had chances but couldn’t add to their total and Cole Manus added a sixth for the Dynamite, final score 6-1.

HBC Arsenal got their first win of the season after drawing their first two games. Nico Corea scored twice in the first ten minutes to take his total to six for the season. Liam Harrington, Nick Induisi and Gerald Cortez were also on target in the 5-0 win over the Annoying Oranges.

Boys U9

The HBC Spurs made it two for two with a 3-1 win over the HBC Kings. Aidan Cuthbertson and Owen Husselbeck scored to give them a 2-0 half time lead. James Papalides made it three midway through the second half before Jefferson Lopez pulled one back for the Kings. That result puts the Spurs level on six points with the Kings who tasted defeat for the first time this season.

HBC Attack secured their first points with a 4-0 victory over the HBC Elite. Adam Tabizada opened the scoring for the Attack and Jack O’Brien added a second before the break. Jack O’Brien was on target again in the second half and Adam Tabizada scored his second and the Attack’s fourth to complete the scoring.

Boys U10

Hempstead EOC Leopards won a competitive game against the HBC Wasabi and now sit on top of the table with seven points from four games. Matthew Chinchilla’s volley from the edge of the box was the difference between the teams at the half. Wasabi had a great chance to get back into the game but failed to take advantage of a penalty kick, they also hit the post before the Leopards made them pay with further goals coming from Nilton Gonzalez and Brandon Figueroa, 3-0 the final score.

Elwood produced their best performance of the season to date against Inter Academy, Tommy Vorrath scoring the only goal of an even first half to give them the advantage. TJ Carroll made it 2-0 to Elwood early in the second half before Marcus Wilson pulled a goal back for Inter. TJ Carroll restored the two goal lead with his second but Inter again came back with Marcus Wilson’s second goal setting up a tense finish to the game. Elwood held on to record their second victory of the season and they now sit in second place one point behind the Leopards.

Boys U11

The Uniondale Hawks made it three wins in a row with a comfortable victory over CSH Arsenal. Andy Blanco, Westin Guevaro, Jonathan Henriquez, Darren Morales and Brian Abarado all found the net in the 5-0 win. The Hawks now lead the table with nine points.

The ‘Nick’s’ win!

The three ‘Nicks’ from HBC were on target Tuesday as the Wolverines and Brentwood AC Milan played an exciting game, both teams taking a lead in a fast paced first half. Nick Mazza gave the Wolverines the lead early on but Milan hit back with an equalizer by Austin Nathaniel. Two confident strikes by Charles Jaggens then gave Milan a 3-1 half time advantage. The second half belonged to the Wolverines who got on level terms with goals by Nick Dittmer and Nick Villani. With five minutes remaining HBC completed the comeback when Nick Dittmer was in the right place at the right time to score his second of the game making the final score 4-3 to the Wolverines.

Boys U12

Enzo Vergara’s goal gave Inter Soccer Academy a 1-0 half time lead over the Commack Allstars. The Allstars battled well throughout but couldn’t break down Inter’s solid defensive line and a second goal by Enzo Vergara and one from Mayko Reyes made the final 3-0 to Inter.
Uniondale Leones’ two top scorers were on target again as they defeated Hempstead EOC Leopards 2-0 in a competitive match. There were no goals in a tight first half but the second saw Thajee Zaid and Steven Lopez gave the Leones a two goal advantage which they never surrendered. The Leones sit proudly at the top of the table with nine points from three games.

Boys U14

South Huntington Hawks and Uniondale Majico went head to head in the BU14 division with both teams pushing forward at every opportunity. Majico took the lead when Jason Quintanilla found the net but Jamie Bonilla tied it up for the Hawks with his fourth goal of the season before half time. The second half saw both teams squander half chances as they settled for a point each in the 1-1 draw.

Hauppauge Azzuri and the Hicksville Renegades played an end to end game that saw the Azzuri lead twice in the first half. Darren Saintus’ opener for the Azzuri was cancelled out by Hicksville’s Jose Alvaremga. Tom Schuette restored the lead for the Azzuri but Jose Alexander brought the Renegades level for a second time. In a close and competitive second half the Renegades secured all three points when Fransisco Martinez scored the winner, 3-2 the final.

Uniondale Allstars found themselves two goals down at half time against Inter Soccer Academy A. Edgar Galeas and Ty Scott on target for Inter. Inter turned up the heat in the second half running out 6-1 winners to make it three wins out of three, Edgar Galeas and Ty Scott adding another goal each.

Elwood Gladiators and Inter Soccer Academy B were separated at the half by two Ray Ruiz goals for Inter. The Gladiators came into it more in the second half with Daniel Rohan finding the target but two more Inter goals put the game out of reach, 4-1 the final.

Girls U11

Inter Soccer Academy GU11 finally got their season underway with a confident 4-0 victory over South Huntington Cyclones. Two Maggie Rivera goals and one each from Jackie Salgado and Natalie Cordova secured them their first points of the season.

Two Jennifer Quintanilla goals were not enough for the Uniondale Gacelas as South Huntington Falcons came out on top 5-2, Alyssa Sorensen top scoring for the Falcons with two on the day.


McKenzie Underdown scored the only goal of a tight first half between Hauppauge Explosion and the South Huntington Falcons. McKenzie then made it 2-0 early in the second half before Caisey Scarpinella wrapped it up with a third, 3-0 to the Explosion the final score giving them a maximum six points from two games played.

Middle Country Xplosion couldn’t match the fire power of the NHP Firecats in their GU12 game. Alyssa Muszak scored for the Xplosion but two goals by Logan Ward and one each by Josephine LaMarca, Eleni Spiratos and Nicole Imbrugno gave the Firecats a 5-1 victory, they also have six points from two games.


Week 2 Review


Girls U8

The Bulls continued their fine start to the season with a 6-0 victory over Dix Hills in the GU8 division. Golden Boot leader Gianna Bartlett hit a hat trick, Madison Apicella scored twice and Camille Prasad once as the Bulls made it two wins out of two.
Massapequa Xtreme registered their first win of the season with a 6-0 triumph over HBC 3G. Alasandra Coloma and Kaitlyn Taylor each scored twice for the Xtreme with Rachel Chillemi and Gabby Sherman also on target.

Boys U8

Dix Hills Dynamite made it two wins out of two with another confident display against Syosset White. Tyler Glassberg and Spencer Hirch both hit the net twice with Jase Nadboy adding one in the 5-0 victory. Syosset Red and the HBC Annoying Oranges served up a goal feast with the Reds coming out on top 8-3. Dylan Provenz scored a hat trick for the Reds, James Guiffre and Kosta Karousis had two goals each and William Bowen one. Andrew Pinzone with two and Enzo Pupillo replied for the Oranges.

Kings Park Arsenal went into a three goal lead against the HBC Wildcats, Michael Stiskin was the first to strike with Ryan Webb then adding two. Michael Elmo pulled one back for the Wildcats before half time but a second half hat trick from Kevin Webb made the final score 6-1 to Arsenal.

HBC Arsenal and Dix Hills Thunder played the final game of the day with Nico Corea’s long shot giving HBC a one goal advantage at half time. The second half proved to be equally as competitive. Liam Harrington’s cross took a deflection and found the net to give Arsenal a 2-0 lead but the Thunder’s pressure was rewarded when Matthew Chumsky then Ethan Cohen scored to make the final score 2-2.

Boys U9

HBC Spurs got off to a winning start in their first game with a 4-0 victory over the HBC Attack. Owen Husselbeck opened the scoring and Andrew Pinzone made it two before half time. The Attack had chances to get back into the game in the second half but a second goal from Andrew Pinzone and a late strike by Enzo Pupillo put the game out of reach.

HBC Kings recorded their second straight win beating HBC Elite 5-0. Nick Farnacci scored a hat trick to go top of the Golden Boot table, Benjamin Blumberg and Gio Cartisano completed the scoring.

Boys U10

The BU10 division saw another two competitive games with Inter S.A. and Hempstead EOC Leopards getting three points each. Milton Gonzalez gave the Leopards the lead over Elwood in a tight first half. Gabriel Santas finished off a good Leopards move to make it two in the second half before Seth Castro added a third. Dylan Poblete pulled a goal back for Elwood from the penalty spot but it wasn’t enough as the Leopards won 3-1.

Wilson Marquez was the hero for Inter scoring twice in each half giving them a 4-0 lead over HBC Wasabi. The Wasabi came to life late in the game and goals from Owen Husselbeck and Joseph Mazzuka made it a 4-2 game. The Wasabi had a couple of late chances but Inter held firm and join the Leopards at the top of the table with four points from two games.

Boys U11

Uniondale Hawks raced into a commanding lead with three first half goals against Brentwood AC Milan, Mirson Padilla, Brian Abarado and Andy Blanco finding the net. Brentwood never gave up and late goals by Richard Morel and Junior Charles made it 3-2 to set up a tense finish to the game. Both teams had half chance at the end but the Hawks held on for the three points.

HBC Wolverines got their first points with a comfortable win over CSH Arsenal. Nick Mazza opened the scoring early on and goals by Ryan Szabo, Johny Guerrera, Christian Harty and Toby Zollnar made it a 5-0 game.

Boys U12

Hempstead EOC Leopards and the Commack Allstars played a close first half with the only goal coming from Hempstead’s Tommy Yanes. The Leopards stepped it up in the second and were too strong for the Allstars, Edwin Castellon added two goals and one each from Darlin Baquerano and Walter Gomez made it 5-0.

Inter Soccer Academy took the lead in their game with Uniondale Leones, Brandon Yanez on target early in the game. The Leones tied it up before half time with a Tahjee Caid goal. The second half belonged to the Leones and two goals by Steven Lopez and one each by Ivan Santamaria and Yordi Cruz made the final score 5-1 taking them to the top of the table with a maximum six points

Boys U14

Hauppauge Azzuri came out strong against Uniondale Majico with Mike Haggerty giving them an early lead. Ryan Parker doubled the lead when his excellent strike from outside the box found the top corner. Steven Dang in the Azzuri goal pulled off a great diving save to maintain the two goal lead before Nick Massimo made it three from the penalty spot, 3-0 the half time score. The Majico played their way back into the game in the second half but were unable to find a way through the Azzuri defense. Timmy Grosso added a fourth for the Azzuri as they recorded a 4-0 victory.

Geraldo Agbodah scored a hat trick as the Uniondale Allstars stormed into a seven goal lead over the Hicksville Renegades. Christian Erazo was on target twice with Ricky Enriquez and Fabian Torres also finding the net. Hicksville’s ‘never say die’ attitude was rewarded late on with goals from Owen Restepo and Fransisco Martinez making the final score 7-2.

Inter Soccer Academy A raced into a five goal first half lead over the South Huntington Hawks. The Hawks pulled a couple of goals back in the second half but ended up on the losing end of a 7-2 score line, Junior Reyes top scored for Inter with two goals on the day. That win means Inter A sit at the top of the table with six points from their two games. Elwood Gladiators vs Inter B was rained out on Wednesday and will be played at a later date.

Boys U7/Girls U11/Girls U12

BU7 and the Gu11 and 12 were rained out on Wednesday and will be re-scheduled


Week 1 Review

REVIEW OF WEEK 1…..the story so far


The girls U8 division saw wins for the Dix Hills Peanutbutters and the Bulls. Dix Hills came out strong and took a 3 goal lead into the half time break with goals from Mia Bordwin, Andi Rollo and Samantha Goldberg. HBC 3G hit back in the second half with two Felicity Johnson goals but were unable to find the equalizer as the Peanutbutters held on for a 3-2 victory.

Massapequa Xtreme and the Bulls played an entertaining game with both teams having no problems finding the target. The Bulls led 3-2 at the half and added another five in the second to eventually win 8- 5. Gianna Bartlett top scored for the Bulls with four goals, Summer Potvin scored twice. Gillian Barresi and Allison Abzug completed the scoring. Alexandra Coloma scored a hat trick for the Xtreme with Thalia Morisi adding two.

Boys U14

South Huntington Hawks got their season off to a good start with a 6-1 win over Elwood Gladiators. They raced into a 4-0 lead with two goals from Gabe Quesquen and one each from Jayvin Coto and Jamie Bonilla. Elwood came into the game more in the second half but another Jamie Bonilla goal and one from Brian Valencia made it 6-0. Paul Schiappi pulled a goal back for Elwood near the end.

Uniondale Majico and the Hicksville Renegades played an exciting first half, the only goal coming in the 25th minute from Majico’s Alexis Morales. The Hicksville boys pressed in the second half and were rewarded with five minutes remaining when Owen Restrepo broke down the left wing and fired home at the near post, 1-1 the final score.

In another close contest the Hauppauge Azzuri and Uniondale Allstars went into the half time break tied 1-1. Dave Cedillos gave the Allstars the lead but Timmy Grosso leveled for the Azzuri. In the second half Geraldo Agbodoh found the top corner from over twenty yards out with a sizzling left footed strike. Not to be outdone, the Azzuri’s Zack Halfpenny put a direct free kick into the top corner to make it 2-2 with eight minutes left. Despite half chances the game ended even, both teams picking up one point.

The other BU14 match saw the two Inter Soccer Academy teams from Bayshore play. Inter A was too strong for the Inter B squad and ran out 5-0 winners. Junior Reyes scored twice, Jonny Cedano, Edgar Galeas and Jason Herrera also found the net.

We have some very good games to look forward to in this division in the coming weeks!

Boys U8

Syosset White and HBC Wildcats got the BU8 season underway and it was the Whites who struck first. Benji Blair gave them an early lead that was soon extended with goals from Dylan Provenz and Zach McPhee. Sammy Sekler pulled one back for the Wildcats but Zach McPhee scored twice more to complete his hat trick and Jack Hennich added a sixth, 6-1 the score.

After a scoreless opening fifteen minutes Jeffrey Wilson gave Dix Hills Thunder the lead in their game against Syosset Red. The Reds hit back to take the lead with goals from Kosta Karousis and William Bowen. The Thunder pressure finally paid off and they finished strongly scoring four late goals to win 5- 2. Dylan Rosenberg tied it up before Ian Alper restored their lead, Jeffrey Wilson and Dylan Rosenberg each scored their second of the game to complete the scoring.

The two Arsenals played each other, Kings Park and HBC, and both teams had plenty of ammunition in front of goal. HBC raced into a three goal lead with strikes from Nico Corea, Geral Cortez and Ben Stummer. Ryan Webb reduced the deficit with Kings Park’s first goal but Nico Corea added two more to complete a first half hat trick. Kings Pk hit back after the break and were soon back in the game with goals from Mike Bailes, Daniel Friedman and a second from Ryan Webb. Liam Harrington then made it 6- 4 to HBC but with only two minutes left Kings Park rallied and goals from Michael Smith Michael Bailes meant the points were shared in an entertaining 6-6 draw!

The final game in the division saw the Dix Hills Dynamite take on the HBC Annoying Oranges. The Oranges survived some early pressure but first half goals from Spencer Hirch, Spencer Bernak, Jackson Pam, Cole Manus and two from Tyler Glassberg gave them a comfortable lead. Andrew Pinzone pulled a goal back in the second half for the Oranges but the Dynamite continued to dominate and definitely look like the favorites in this division.

Boys U9

There was only one game in the BU9 division this week with two teams starting their season next week. The HBC Kings and the HBC Attack played a close and goalless first half, the closest either team came to scoring was a King’s shot that came back off the underside of the crossbar. The second half remained tight until the King’s finally made the breakthrough, Dylan Thody with the opening goal. Nick Farnacci added a second before Dylan Thody scored his second and the King’s third, 3-0 the final score.

Boys U10

The BU10 division gave us two very close games. The first saw the Inter Soccer Academy play the Hempstead EOC Leopards and it was the Leopards who struck first, Gabriel Santos opening the scoring. Eric Blanco equalized for Inter as both teams attacked in search of goals. The Leopards restored their lead with a strike from Milton Gonzalez but Carlos Ponce netted the final goal of the game for Inter to ensure a share of the points, 2-2 the final.

HBC Wasabi came out fired up and took an early two goal lead against Elwood with good finishes by Liam McKenna and James Philippis. Elwood finally got into their stride and pulled a goal back thanks to Dylan Poblete. His Brother Daniel Poblete then equalized to make the half time score 2-2. Elwood completed their comeback in the second half with by goals from TJ Carrol and another from Dylan Poblete making the final score 4-2 in their favor.

Boys U11

Brentwood AC Milan started the BU11 season with a comfortable 5-0 win over CSH Arsenal. Milan dominated the first half and despite improving in the second half the Arsenal were unable to find the net, Heris Rolles scored twice for Brentwood.

Uniondale Hawks took the lead in the first half against the HBC Wolverines when a cross was deflected into the goal by a Wolverines defender. The Hawks doubled their lead before half time with a shot by Jason Pinera. The second half was a close and competitive encounter with both teams managing one goal each, Darren Morales was on target for the Hawks and Nick Ditmer for the Wolverines. The final score 3-1 to the Hawks.

Boys U12

Uniondale Leones got off to a flying start in the BU12 division. Thajee Zaid and Steven Lopez both scored hat tricks in their 6-1 victory over the Commack Allstars. The Allstars competed well throughout but were unable to stop the powerful Leones offense.

Inter Soccer Academy and Hempstead EOC Leopards played a fiercely contested game, Paul Montiel scored the only goal of the first half to give Inter the advantage. The second half saw both teams miss half chances until Edwin Castellon finally broke through for the Leopards. His goal two minutes from the end was enough to secure a point with the game ending 1-1.

Boys U7

HBC Inter opened their season with a win with a 4-1 victory over HBC City. Nick Induisi opened the scoring early in the game and a direct free kick from Liam Harrington soon after made it 2-0. A Shay Daly goal and a second from Liam Harrington made it 4-0 at half time. The City team was much improved after the break and Noah Paul pulled a goal back mid way through the half. They were unable to add to it though as Inter claimed the three points.

Elwood Stars started well against the Blue Dragons but couldn’t find their scoring touch. The Dragons had no such problems and were soon three up with two goals from Tyler Varlack and one from Jordan Garbut. Jack Smith pulled a goal back for the Stars but further goals from Gavin Wisotsky, Dean Muratore and Jordan Heyman eased the Dragons to a 6-1 victory.

Girls U11

There was only one game in the GU11 division, two of the teams will be starting their season next week. South Huntington Cyclones took an early lead against the Uniondale Gacelas thanks to a Kristen Finnerty strike. A Beatriz Flores goal evened it up for the Gacelas as the teams ended a competitive half tied at 1- 1. The Gacelas came out strong in the second half and goals by Dainaly Fuentes, Ashley Hernadez, Leslie Rivas and a second from Beatriz Flores gave made sure of the three points. Emily O’Mara was on target for the Cyclones, 5-2 to Gacelas the final score.

Girls U12

New Hyde Park Firecats made a good start to their season with a 5-0 victory over South Huntington Falcons. Emily Rose scored two early goals to set them on their way with Lindsey Smith and Logan Ward also on target before Half time. Josephine LaMarca scored the only goal of the second half as the Firecats claimed a comfortable three points.

Middle Country Xplosion took an early lead against Hauppauge Explosion in the other Gu12 game, Alyssa Muszak with the goal. Hauppauge worked their way back into the game and their pressure was rewarded when Mackenzie Underdown equalized. Hauppauge went in search of a winner and found it late in the second half when Serena Wenert found the net, 2-1 the final score.


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