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Winter Weekly Review 2015-2016

Week 8 Review

BU7/8

PLAY OFFS

Ajax v Roma

Ajax and Roma got the play offs started in the Bu7/8 division and a close first half provided lots of action but ended scoreless. Despite plenty of pressure after the break Ajax couldn’t break down a resolute Roma defense and with five minutes to play Robbie Campbell struck to give Roma a 1-0 lead. With less than two minutes on the clock Roma extended their lead courtesy of an Ajax own goal and they held on comfortably to move into the final.

Hbc Germany v Rangers

In the second semi final Matthew Benevides scored twice to give Hbc Germany a two goal lead over Rangers. Grant Kurland pulled a goal back for Rangers but Byron Araujo retstored the two goal advantage for Germany before half time. Rangers had chances in the second half to get back into the game but Germany stood firm and went through to the final winning 3-1.

3rd place game

Rangers v Ajax

The third place play off game was another competitive match with Ajax and Rangers playing an even and scoreless first half. Grant Kurland and Matthew Bender scored second half goals for Rangers and they claimed 3rd place with the 2-0 victory.

FINAL

Roma v Hbc Germany

Jhordan Moreira gave Roma an early lead in the final against Hbc Germany but an own goal soon drew Germany level and it stayed that way until half time. Matthew Benevides gave Germany their first lead of the game in the second half then extended it to 3-1 with a second shortly after. Robbie Campbell scored with seconds remaining to make it 3-2 but It wasn’t enough for Rangers as Germany took first place.

Lazio won both of their week 8 games beating the Destroyers 4-3 then the Southdown Flyers 5-1.
Aidan Bezack scored twice against the Destroyers and Aidan Reh twice against the Flyers.
Chris Prainito and Cooper Brandt each scored twice for the Crushers in their 4-1 victory over the Destroyers then Chris scored a hat trick and Cooper twice as the Crushers beat the Flyers 6-0.
Chris Prainito won the Golden Boot with 23 goals for the season, 5 ahead of Matthew Benevides who scored 18.

Congratulations to Hbc Germany, to Chris on his Golden Boot victory and to all the teams for making it another exciting and enjoyable season.

BU9/10

PLAY OFFS

Valencia v Poland

Valencia got off to a good start in the first semi final when Lennon Harrington headed in a cross to give them an early lead. Dylan Gugin added two goals, Raj Gujral one and Lennon Harrington another two as Valencia won comfortably to move into the final with a 6-0 win.

Elwood v Wolves

Elwood took a first half lead over Wolves when David McCalla fired a shot into the corner but Sean Manoff leveled for Wolves shortly after to make it 1-1 at the half. A close second half followed with Elwood eventually moving into the final thanks to two goals by Josh Bohlen. 3-1 the final score.

3rd Place play off

Wolves v Poland

Wolves recovered from the disappointment of their semi final defeat to beat Poland 6-0 in the 3rd place game, Sean Manoff and Chris Walker each scored twice.

FINAL

Valencia v Elwood

Elwood started strongly but couldn’t get on the scoresheet and it was Valencia who took the lead late in the first half when Rajveer Gujral found the net.
The second half was equally as competitive but two quick goals by Lennon Harrington and one by Dylan Gugin put the game out of Elwood’s reach and Valencia took first place winning 4-0.

Congratulations to Valencia and all teams for a great season!

BU11/12

Play offs

Chelsea v Spurs

Chelsea and Spurs got the Bu11/12 play offs underway and after a close start Chelsea took control and a two goal lead before half time. Chelsea keeper Ryan Schiff kept them in the lead with a couple of important saves in the second half before Chelsea added four more goals to move into the final winning 6-0.
Aleks Proniewski and Lennon Harrington scored twice for Chelsea with Bryan Lizama and Liam Harrington adding one each.

Hbc Ambush v Arsenal

This was a close semi final from start to finish. Both teams had chances but were unable to break the deadlock until Dylan Schnitzer finally beat the impressive Sawyer Diamond in the Arsenal goal to gave the Ambush a 1-0 lead mid way through the second half. Arsenal’s Jonathan Shank soon evened the score with a close range finish and the game headed into extra time. Neither team could find the winning goal in a fast paced extra time so they went to penalty kicks. An exciting game between two evenly matched teams was eventually settled with Jonathan Shank, Jason Kaiser and Ryan DeWitt all scoring PK’s for Arsenal who moved into the final with a 3-2 shootout victory.

FINAL

Chelsea v Arsenal

Arsenal started well in the final but couldn’t match the intensity they showed in their their semi final game.
Chelsea were two goals up at half time and dominated the second half adding four more goals to win convincingly 6-0.
Aleks Proniewski and Bryan Lizama found the net twice for Chelsea and Lennon Harrington and David McCalla scored one each as Chelsea claimed the first place trophies.

In the consolation games Benfica tied Spurs 1-1 and Hbc Ambush 2-2.
Jack Steel gave Benfica the lead against Spurs but David Lazaro scored a late equalizer for Spurs. Jaiveer Gujral and Colin Phelan were then on target for Benfica against the Ambush but Dylan Schnitzer and Luke Rinaldi scored for the Ambush to even the game at 2-2.

Congratulations to Chelsea on their final victory, to Lennon Harrington who won the Golden Boot with 30 goals and to all the teams for another exciting season!

BU13/14

PLAY OFFS

Chaos v Green Machine

The BU13/14 division has been competitive throughout and was again for the final week of the season. Chaos and Green Machine were level 0-0 at half time in the first semi final and it wasn’t until late in the contest that Chaos were able to pull away with goals by Jason Garay and Carmine De’Ieso giving them a 2-0 victory and a place in the final.

Uniondale Vikingos v Finley

These two teams tied 0-0 in league play two weeks back and a similar pattern followed in their play off semi final. Both teams showed plenty of skill and determination but were again unable to break the deadlock and headed into extra time. The Vikingos finished stronger with Douglas Barrera dribbling through the Finley defense twice only to be stopped on both occasions by Finley keeper Dylan Cotter. Finley held firm in the final moments and the match went to penalty kicks.
Alex Martinez and Chris Morandi converted PK’s for Finley before keeper Dylan Cotter saved the Vikingos’ second PK after the first had come back off the crossbar to send Finley into the final.

3rd place game

Green Machine v Uniondale Vikingos

It looked like the Vikingos had recovered from their semi final disappointment as they went into a 2-0 lead over Green Machine, Jason Hernandez and Andrew Orego finding the net. Green Machine persevered until the end and were rewarded when Sebastian Koch pulled a goal back with a minute and a half remaining then Danny Costello tied it up with a neat finish in the final seconds and the game ended even 2-2.

FINAL

Chaos v Finley

After their pulsating semi final victory Finley were hoping to carry the momentum into the final against Chaos and did so in an entertaining first half which ended scoreless. The second half was a different story as Chaos scored two goals in quick succession which appeared to take the wind out of Finley’s sails and three late goals followed as Chaos celebrated a 5-0 victory. Jake Donahue scored twice with Brian Contreras, Jason Garay and Carmine De’Ieso all adding one each in a confident second half display.

In the consolation games SH Sharpshooters beat the Outlaws White 4-0 thanks to a Chris O’Connor hat trick. The Sharpshooters also beat the Outlaws Green 2-1 and the Outlaws Green beat the Outlaws White 5-2. Dylan Behr scored twice for White and Michael Pinzone twice for Green.

Congratulations to Chaos for their victory and to Finley’s Arnold Alfaro who’s seventeen goals won him the Golden Boot.
Thanks to all the BU13/14 teams for such a competitive and entertaining season.

GU13/14

Northport Spirit were consistent all season losing only one of sixteen games and deservedly finished top of the GU13/14 division. Week 8 saw them win another two games. Liz Starin scored a hat trick in the 5-2 win over the Tiger Lily’s and Mia Friere was on target twice in the 3-0 victory over the Blue Devils, Julianna Bertoloni added the third.
The Shooting Stars beat the Tiger Lily’s 2-0 with goals by Zoe Xidas and Caitlin Collins before the Blue Devils and Shooting Stars tied the final game 1-1.
Liz Starin was the Golden Boot winner with an impressive total of 31 goals for the Spirit team.
Congratulations to Liz, to the Spirit and to all the girls who made it another fun season.

BU16

PLAY OFFS

Sting White v H Footy

As expected all of the BU16 games were close affairs and the play offs were as competitive as they were exciting.
Tyler Abedin gave Sting White a first half lead who then defended aggressively for the remainder of the game and held on to their one goal lead throughout an end to end second half to move into the final.

United v Sting Green

Another equally competitive game saw both teams give 100% In their semi final which always looked like being a one goal game. Both teams missed half chances to win it and the game went into extra time. With less than two minutes to play before penalty kicks Gabe Quesquen scored the all important winning goal for United with a firm strike that sent United through to the final.

FINAL

United v Sting White

After tight semi final victories both teams managed to maintain their momentum and played with plenty of energy and passion in another end to end encounter. Johnny Tucker gave Sting White a first half lead but Gabe Quesquen hammered in an equalizer for United. John Paul Paci’s long range drive gave the Sting White a 2-1 lead and Rudy Salveron wrapped it up late on with a third as the Sting White won another impressive game, and the first place medals, with a 3-1 triumph.

Sting Green won the third place game over United 5-2 to end the day.

Congratulations to The Sting White on their play off victory, to Golden Boot winner Alex Marino and to all teams and players for such a competitive and sportsmanlike season!

Week 7 Review

BU7/8

Week 7 saw a lot of close and low scoring games in the BU7/8 division. Rangers and Hbc Germany tied the first game of the day 1-1. Gary Alvarez gave Rangers the lead in the second half but Matthew Benevides equalized for Germany.
Ajax then beat Germany 1-0 thanks to a goal by Angelo Lucignano before Roma beat Rangers 1-0 to help their chances of making the play offs, Jhordan Moreira scored the only goal early in the second half.
Carter Veitch scored in the first half for Ajax against the Crushers and that proved to be enough as Ajax held on for the 1-0 victory.
Roma made it four games in succession to finish 1-0 as Jhordan Moreira scored his second match winning goal of the day against the Southdaown Flyers to confirm Roma’s place in next week’s playoffs.
The Crushers beat Lazio but just failed to make the top four, Callan Steel and Sam Aronowsky both scored twice in the 6-1 win.
The Destroyers played the final two games in the division winning one and losing one. After losing 2-0 to the Southdown Flyers they beat Lazio 4-1. Aidan Smith, Owen Lakhani, Jesse Giovacco and Noah Iaboni all scored for the Destroyers, Colby Curran scored for Lazio.
Hbc Germany and Roma both finished with 18 points and an identical head to head record (2 ties)
Hbc Germany place third, above Roma, because of a superior goal differential over the season. That means next week’s play offs are: Ajax v Roma and Rangers v Hbc Germany

BU9/10

Dylan Gugin and Lennon Harrington both scored twice for Valencia as they beat Atletico 5-0, Rajveer Gujral was also on target.
Alex LaSpina gave Atletico a second half lead against Wolves but Anthony Labombada tied it up with 15 seconds remaining to make the final score 1-1.
Colin Lennon then scored six times, a double hat trick, as Elwood inflicted a first defeat on Valencia. Lennon Harrington scored twice for Valencia but they were beaten convincingly 8-2.
Arnov Kohli scored twice for Wolves in their 6-1 victory over Poland and David McCalla’s two goals helped Elwood to their second win of the day, a 4-0 victory over Poland.

BU11/12

The Hbc Ambush had two comfortable wins in the BU11/12 division. Liam Lennon scored a hat trick in the 4-0 win over Spurs then added two more against Benfica. Jake Burton, Charlie Giramonti and Luke Rinaldi were also on target in the 5-0 victory.
Chelsea also won twice. Lennon Harrington scored twice in the 6-0 win over Spurs, Aleks Proniewski, Bryan Lizama and David McCalla also scored and an unfortunate own goal completed the scoring. Lennon Harrington then scored two early goals against Arsenal but Ryan DeWitt and Nick Campanelli tied it up for Arsenal before half time. Lennon added two more after the break to restore Chelsea’s advantage and two late goals by Dylan Gugin made the final score 6-2.
Arsenal recovered to beat a depleted Benfica team 6-1 in the final game. Nick Induisi, Jonathan Shank, Yovanni Rivera, Nick Campanelli , Ryan DeWitt and Jason Kaiser all scored for Arsenal.
Next week’s play offs will be:
Chelsea v Spurs and Hbc Ambush v Arsenal. The winners will play in the final and the two losing semi finalists will play Benfica.

BU13/14

The Vikingos made sure of a second place finish with two wins in week 7. Douglas Barrera scored a hat trick in the 5-1 victory over the Green Machine then added two more against the Outlaws White. Adrian Astudillo was also on target twice in the 7-3 win, Kyle Gallagher scored twice for the Outlaws.
Chris O’Connor scored twice and Jeffrey Sorto once for the SH Sharpshooters but it wasn’t enough as the Green Machine held on for a 4-3 victory in an end to end encounter. Trevor Hubbard was on target twice for green Machine, Louis Batista and Nico Rzehak each scored one.
Chaos made sure of first place with a 4-1 win over SH Sharpshooters, Carmine De’Ieso scored twice. Jason Garay found the net twice for Chaos in their next game against Finley but a very competitive game ended 3-3 after Owen Husselbeck equalized for Finley with three minutes remaining.
Ethan Fransiscovich scored twice for the Outlaws Green as they defeated the Outlaws White 5-1 then Finley moved above Green Machine and into 3rd place with a 4-2 victory over Outlaws Green, Arnold Alfaro scored a hat trick for Finley who will now play the Vikingos in the play offs next week. The other play off game will be between Chaos and Green Machine.

GU13/14

Liz Starin scored four times as Northport Spirit beat the Blue Devils in the opening game in the girls division. Julianna Bertoloni was also on target in the 5-2 victory. Emily Cheshire and Beanna Cummela scored for the Devils.
The Devils then beat the Tiger Lily’s in an exciting game that ended 2-1. Claire Lindsey scored for the Lily’s but goals by Beanna Cumella and Christianna Maceluch got the points for the Devils.
Beanna was then on target twice for the Shooting Stars as they tied the Spirit 2-2. Liz Starin and Julianna Bertoloni scored the Spirit’s goals.

BU16

H Footy finished in first place after winning both of their week 7 games. Adam Debus scored the winning goal in the 3-2 victory over the Sting White and was again on target in the 3-0 win over the Sting Green, Jordan Robinson and James Cameron also netted for H Footy.
Eren Aydin scored twice for the Sting White against United but Alex Marino hit four goals for United to give them a 5-3 victory.
United and Sting Green played a competitive game to end the day drawing 3-3. Alex Marino was on target again twice for United and Will Friedman added one but goals by John Baccardo, Pat Duran and Matteo Alzate meant the points were shared.
Next week’s play offs will be : H Footy v Sting White and United v Sting Green.

Week 6 Review

BU7/8

Ajax opened up a four point lead at the top of the table after a 5-0 victory over second placed Rangers. Angelo Lucignano and Ryan Perillo each scored twice in a convincing win. Ajax also beat Lazio 3-1 thanks to goals by James Vohs, Carter Veitch and Angelo Lucignano.
Two Jhordan Moreira goals gave Roma a 2-1 victory over Lazio in and end to end encounter and Rangers recovered to beat the Southdown Flyers 8-2. Grant Kurland, Joe Rocca and Matt Bender all scored twice for Rangers who stay in second place on eighteen points.
Jhordan Moreira went one better in the next Roma game scoring a hat trick in the 3-1 victory over the Destroyers.
Germany stay third after two wins moved them onto seventeen points. Frankie Algieri, Byron Araujo and Matthew Benevides were on target in the 3-2 win over the Flyers before Matthew netted twice and Austin Krywak once in the 3-1 win against the Crushers. The Crushers picked up the points against the Destroyers winning a close game 2-1. Golden Boot leader Chris Prainito and Cooper Brandt scored the goals.

BU9/10

Valencia secured another two victories to remain in first place beating Wolves 4-0 then Poland 5-0. Dylan Gugin and Lennon Harrington each scored twice against Wolves and Raj Gujral top scored against Poland with two.
A David McCalla hat trick and two goals by Thomas Giramonti, one an excellent header, set Elwood on their way to a 6-2 victory over Wolves. An exciting 3-3 tie with Atletico followed for Elwood. Goals by David McCalla, Chase Brandt and Thomas Giramonti had briefly given Elwood the lead but two Zach Kaufman goals and one by Nick Kump evened things up. Atletico then had a comfortable win over Poland. Logan Horowitz scored a hat trick in the 7-1 victory.

BU11/12

The top two teams squared off in the opening game in the BU11/12 division. Chelsea took an early lead over the Hbc Ambush through Lennon Harrington’s goal but the Ambush were soon level when James Vohs’ shot found the back of the net. Max Bloess then gave Chelsea their second lead of the game before a powerful strike by Aleks Proniewski in the second half secured the points for Chelsea, 3-1 the final score. Two Bryan Lizama goals helped Chelsea to a second win, this time 4-1 over Benfica.
Another closely fought match up saw Arsenal come out on top over the Ambush 2-1. Jonathan Shank gave Arsenal the lead but Liam Lennon leveled for the Ambush before half time. Both team had chances to win it before Nick Campanelli scored what proved to be the winner for Arsenal.
Spurs won one and lost one. David Lizama and Jose Rivera scored the goals as they held on to record a 2-1 victory over Benfica. The same two players were on target again against Arsenal but Ryan DeWitt’s hat trick helped Arsenal to a 5-2 triumph, Jonathan Shank and Nick Inuisi added the other goals.

BU13/14

The BU13/14 division has been consistently competitive and week 6 didn’t disappoint. Finley overcame the Green Machine 3-1 in the opening game with goals by Owen Husselbeck, Alex Martinez and Arnold Alfaro. The Green Machine soon turned it around and beat the Outlaws Green 3-0, Trevor Hubbard, Nico Rzehak and Sebastian Koch with the goals.
Uniondale Vikingos and Finley then played what could be the game of the season so far. Both teams demonstrated their skill and commitment but ultimately couldn’t find a goal in an entertaining 0-0 draw.
Jeffrey Sorto scored twice as SH Sharpshooters beat the Outlaws Green 5-2 but they couldn’t maintain the momentum and lost 2-0 to the Outlaws White. David Meneses and Dylan Behr the scorers for the Outlaws.
Another end to end game saw the Vikingos take the points in a 3-0 victory over the league leaders, Chaos. Alex Cardenas scored twice and Adrian Astudillas once. Chaos responded with a 3-0 win over the Outlaws White. Brian Contreras, Carmine DeIeso and Jason Guray finding the net.

GU13/14

Liz Starin hit five goals for the Northport Spirit in their 6-3 victory over the Tiger Lily’s to move further ahead at the top of the Golden Boot table. Mia Friere was also on target for the Spirit with Ava Mailla scoring twice and Adelaide Kline once for the Lily’s. Ava then scored the only goal of the game as the Tiger Lily’s defeated the Blue Devils 1-0 in a very competitive game.
Lucy Biblow scored twice and Kay Rosselli once as the Shooting Stars triumphed over the Northport Spirit 3-2 before the Stars and the Blue Devils tied 1-1.

BU16

Jason Castellanos and Josh Yanuck were on target for CSH Falcons in their game against United but Alex Marino brought United level on two occasions, the second coming late in the game to earn a point in the 2-2 tie.
Alex was also on target twice for United in their second game as they raced into a 2-0 first half lead over H Footy. Jordan Robinson pulled one back in the second half but United held on for the 2-1 victory.
Eren Aydin and Luke Luckow each scored twice as the Sting beat the Falcons 6-1 before H Footy won a close game against the Sting 2-1, Jordan Roninson and Chris Callan scoring the goals for H Footy.

Week 5 Review

BU7/8

Roma and the Crushers got week 5 underway in the Bu7/8 division and it was Roma who came out on top winning 3-1 thanks to Ryan Kaiser’s go ahead goal.
The Crushers came out strong against the Southdown Flyers and two goals each by Cooper Brandt and Chris Prainito helped then to a 6-0 victory.
Roma and Germany couldn’t break the deadlock and shared the points in a 0-0 tie.
Carter Veitch scored a hat trick and James Vohs twice as Ajax recorded a 7-1 win over the Southdown Flyers. Ajax then made it two out of two beating the Destroyers 6-1, Carter Veitch was on target again, this time with two goals.
Matt Bender and Grant Kurland were the scorers in Rangers 2-0 win over Lazio.
Matt then scored a hat trick against the Destroyers in Rangers’ 7-1 victory, Royale Baker also found the net twice to keep Rangers in second place and two points behind Ajax in the standings.

BU9/10

Valencia continued their winning streak with a 6-0 win over Poland. Lennon Harrington scored five of the goals with Dylan Gugin adding one. Valencia found themselves behind in their second game as two goals by Chris Walker and one by Anthony Labombada gave Wolves a 3-2 lead. Valencia saved their unbeaten record though with a late equalizer as Lennon Harrington completed his hat trick.
Zach Kaufman, Logan Horowitz and Devon Brandt were on target as Atletico beat Poland 3-0. Zach also scored twice for Atletico against Elwood but a hat trick by James Bratchie and two goals by David McCalla secured the points for Elwood who won 5-2.
A Colin Lennon hat trick helped Elwood to another victory as they beat Wolves 5-3 in an exciting game. The win moved Elwood into second place in the standings.

BU11/12

Chelsea beat Spurs 4-0 in the BU11/12 division’s opening game thanks to two goals by Lennon Harrington and one each by Dylan Gugin and Liam Harrington. Chelsea then lost their unbeaten record as Arsenal held on to claim a deserved 3-2 victory. Bryan Lizama opened the scoring for Chelsea but goals by Jason Kaiser and Ryan Peskin gave Arsenal a 2-1 half time lead. Liam Harrington’s long range shot looked like securing a point for Chelsea but Jonathan Shank’s close range effort in the last minute won it for Arsenal.
The Ambush had a comfortable victory over Spurs, Liam Lennon scored a hat trick and Luke Rinaldi twice in the 7-1 win.
Benfica defeated Arsenal 3-2 in another action packed game before going down 2-1 to the Ambush in the final game in the division. Benfica took the lead through a Nick Campanelli goal but Liam Lennon turned the game around with two second half goals for the Ambush.

BU13/14

Chaos remain top of the BU13/14 division despite losing their unbeaten record in week 5. Jake Donahue and Carmine De’Ieso both scored twice in their 6-2 victory over the Green Machine before the Outlaws Green became the first team to beat them this season. Chaos were 2-0 down mid way through the second half after goals by Anthony Restivo and Michael Kleinman gave the the Outlaws the advantage. Chaos drew level with two goals in a minute but a second goal by Michael Kleinman and a thumping drive by Kyle Gallagher restored the Outlaws two goal lead which they held on to.
The Outlaws White found the going a lot tougher as they went down 8-2 to the Green Machine. Man of the match Andrew Mascia scored five times for Green Machine.
After a scoreless first half Finley beat the Outlaws White 3-1 thanks to goals by Owen Husselbeck, Arnold Alfaro and Osiris Shepperd.
Adrian Astudillo scored a hat trick, Raul Sanchez twice and Warren Sanger once as the Uniondale Vikingos eased past the Outlaws Green 6-0.
Finley and the South Huntington Sharpshooters shared eight goals and the points in an end to end encounter that ended 4-4 before the Sharpshooters and Vikingos tied the final game 2-2. Chris O’Connor scored for the Sharpshooters and Douglas Barrera for the Vikingos who each benefited from an own goal.

GU13/14

Northport Spirit tightened their grip on first place with two more victories in week 5. Liz Starin and Mia Freire each scored twice in the 4-2 victory over the Tiger Lily’s then Mia scored the all important goal in the 1-0 win over the Blue Devils.
Beanna Cumella scored twice for the Shooting Stars and Jessie Grover added another but it wasn’t enough to beat the Tiger Lily’s who came out on top 4-3 in another exciting match. Ava Maiella, Claire Lindsey, Adelaide Kline and Angeline Miraglia were on target for the Lily’s.
Beanna Cumella and Emily Cheshire scored for the Stars in their 2-2 tie with the Blue Devils, Zoe Xidas replied with two goals for the Devils.

BU16

The Sting White overcame their rivals the Sting Green 3-1 in the opening Bu16 game. Eren Aydin for White and Johnny Tucker for green scored the goals in an even first half but another Eren Aydin goal and one by Alex Magnozzi after the break guaranteed the points for the Whites.
Another competitive game followed as the Whites and H Footy reached half time tied 1-1. Alex Magnozzi was on target again for the Whites with Carlos Godoy scoring for H Footy. An equally tight second half was eventually settled by an unstoppable strike by Carlos Godoy to give H Footy the 2-1 victory.
The Sting Green took a 2-0 first half lead over the CSH Falcons, John Baccardo and Luke Luckow with the goals. The Falcon’s Gannon Odierno’s reduced the arrears with a long range strike but the Greens hung on for the 2-1 victory.
Marco Ammirato scored for United against H Footy but Carlos Godoy added another two goals to his total to give H Footy their second 2-1 win of the evening.
The United finished the day with a 6-0 win over the Falcons. Gabe Quesquen, Alex Marino and Dante Posinelli each scoring twice.

Week 4 Review

BU7/8

Ajax remain top of the division after two wins this week. Caiden Veitch scored twice and Angelo Lucignano once in their 3-0 win over Lazio. Angelo was on target again with the only goal of the first half against Roma. James Vohs added a second after break to make the final score 2-0.
Alex Gizzi scored a hat trick as Lazio beat Southdown Flyers 6-1 to record their first win of the season. Roma also bounced back with a victory beating the Destroyers 2-1 thanks to goals by Chris Caiazzo and Jhordan Moreira. Brett Sullivan scored for the Destroyers.
Grant Kurland scored twice for Rangers who looked like holding on for victory over the Crushers but Chris Prainito equalized with ten seconds left to complete his hat trick and make the final score 4-4.
Germany had a good week with back to back victories. Matthew Benavides scored four times and Byron Araujo twice as they beat the Destroyers 6-2. That was followed by a 3-0 win over the Crushers, Matthew was on target again scoring twice and Byron once.

BU9/10

Elwood started the day strongly beating Poland 6-1 thanks to hat tricks by David McCalla and Thomas Giramonti. Their second game proved tougher and they went down 6-0 against Valencia. Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick for Valencia who remain unbeaten. Zach Kaufman and Nick Kump scored for Atletico against Valencia and were level 2-2 with only minutes remaining but two late goals gave Valencia a 4-2 victory. Rajveer Gujral, Dylan Gugin and Lennon Harrington twice were the scorers for Valencia.
Arnav Kohli was on target for Wolves as they beat Poland 3-1 in an end to end game. Their second game against Atletico was another close game. Wolves led 1-0 at the half but an own goal then strikes by Alex LaSpina and Nick Verdi turned it around for Atletico who won 3-1.

BU11/12

Spurs got back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory over Benfica. Shane Longin gave them a first half lead then Nick Perciballi and David Lazaro added goals after the break. Chelsea also beat Benfica, David McCalla and Lennon Harrington scored twice for Chelsea before Liam Harrington added a fifth. Benfica finished strongly and replied with late goals by Jack Steel and Jaiveer Gujral, 5-2 the final score.
Yovanni Rivera scored the only goal of a close first half between Arsenal and Spurs to give Arsenal the advantage but David Lazaro finished off a nice move by Spurs to tie it up in the second half and it ended 1-1.
Colin Lennon gave Hbc Ambush the lead against Chelsea before Bryan Lizama equalized in the first half. The second half was intense with both teams going close before Bryan Lizama scored his second goal of the game to give Chelsea a 2-1 victory.
The Ambush raced into a 3-0 first half lead in their next game against Arsenal with Matthew Lange, Dylan Schnitzer and Liam Lennon finding the net. Ryan DeWitt pulled two goals back for Arsenal but Dylan Schnitzer added a fourth for the Ambush to give them a 4-2 victory.

BU13/14

Chris Roberts was on target twice for the Green Machine as they beat the Outlaws Green by a score of 5-1. Outlaws Green then faced South Huntington Sharpshooters and a tight first half ended 0-0. The Sharpshooter took a second half lead through Jeffrey Sorto’s goal but the Outlaws replied almost immediately with a goal by Andreas Seferian and it ended even, 1-1.
Matt Nietto gave the Green Machine the lead over the Uniondale Vikingos in an exciting encounter. Niko Vidal replied for the Vikingos before Matt Nietto restored the Green Machines’s lead. The Vikingos pressed hard for the equalizer but some excellent defending and goal line clearances in the final seconds saw the Green Machine hold on for a 2-1 triumph.
Jonathan Solar scored the only goal of the game in another close match as the Sharpshooters held on to beat the Outlaws White 1-0.
The Vikingos recovered to beat Finley 3-0 thanks to goals by Allan Calderon, Aidrian Astudillo and Niko Vidal.
Chaos recorded back to back wins with victories over The Outlaws White and Finley. Carmine De’Ieso was on target twice in the 6-1 win over the Outlaws and again in the 3-1 win over Finley, Jake Donahue and Doug Kelapire also scored for Chaos after Arnold Alfaro had given Finley the lead.

GU13/14

Northport Spirit beat the Tiger Lily’s 3-0 in the opening game of the girls division. Liz Starin scored twice and Mia Freire once. The Tiger Lily’s fared better in their next game sharing the points in a 1-1 tie with the Blue Devils. Ava Maiella was on target for the Tiger Lily’s and Beanna Cumella for the Devils.
The Shooting Stars took the lead against the Spirit thanks to a neat finish by Beanna Cumella. The Spirit’s Lucy Goldner tied it up shortly after and despite chances for both teams in second half it stayed 1-1.
The Shooting Stars and the Blue Devils finished the day with a scoreless tie.

BU16

The Sting Green took advantage of a slow start by United and took a three goal lead with two goals by Johnny Tucker and one by John Baccardo. Alex Marino pulled a goal back for United in the second half but Sting Green held on comfortably for the 3-1 win.
Sting Green and H Footy played a competitive game, Jordan McCoy was on target for the Sting and Steffens Mazut for H Footy. Carlos Godoy gave H Footy a 2-1 lead and that proved to be the winning goal.
Alex Marino and Gabe Quesquen each scored twice as United bounced back from their earlier defeat to beat the Sting White 6-2. H Footy won their second game 5-1 against CSH Falcons, Ronan Carroll scored two of the goals.
Eren Aydin and Rudy Salmeron both scored twice in the final game of the day as the Sting White beat the Falcons 5-1.

Week 3 Review

BU7/8

Southdown Flyers got their first wins of the season with back to back victories.
A 2-0 win over the Destroyers was followed by a 3-2 win over Hbc Germany.
Chris Prainito was on target twice in each of the Crushers’ games as they beat the Destroyers 5-1 then Lazio 4-1, Boden Rudloff also scored in both games. The Crushers are now in second place with nine points.
Ajax beat Hbc Germany 2-1 and remain in first place despite losing to Rangers 2-0 in their second game. Gary Alvarez and Grant Kurland scored the goals for Rangers who then beat Roma 2-1. Jhordan Moriera gave Roma a first half lead but Grant Kurland and Evan Haber found the net for Rangers who went two for two on the day.
In Roma’s other game two second half goals by Alex Moriera saw them take the points in a 2-0 victory over Lazio.

BU9/10

Elwood took maximum points as they win both of their games. Two goals by Colin Lennon and an own goal gave them a 3-1 victory over Wolves who had briefly tied the game up thanks to a Sean Manoff goal. Their second game was even closer as a late goal by Colin Lennon saw them beat Atletico 1-0.
Valencia stays top after two wins over Wolves and Poland. Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick in their 6-1 victory over Wolves, Alex Moreira also scored twice and Dylan Gugin once. They followed that with a 6-0 win over Poland. Lennon Harrington scored his second hat trick of the day and goals by Dylan Gugin, Alex Moreira and Austin Schermer completed the scoring.
Atletico bounced back with a victory over Poland, Alex LaSpina scored a hat trick and Nick Kump twice in the 5-1 win.

BU11/12

Arsenal enjoyed a comfortable victory over Benfica in the opening game of the Bu11/12 division. Jonathan Shank was on target four times as they won 6-0. There second game proved a lot more difficult as they were beaten 6-0 by Chelsea. Bryan Lizama and Lennon Harrington both scored twice for Chelsea with David McCalla and Dylan Gugin finding the net once.
Chelsea hit six for a second time as they beat Spurs 6-1 in their next game. Bryan Lizama hit a hat trick, Lennon Harrington scored twice and Liam Harrington once.
Hbc Ambush also enjoyed two victories with wins over Benfica and Spurs. Jake Burton scored four times in the 6-0 win over Benfica with Liam Lennon adding two more. Luke Rinaldi was then on target twice for the Ambush as they beat Spurs 4-0 to go second in the table.

BU13/14

The Uniondale Vikingos were 5-1 victors over the Outlaws White in the opening game in the BU13/14 division, Adrian Astudillo scored twice for the Vikingos.
Ian Kaish then scored four times as the Outlaws Green made it a rough day for the Outlaws White by beating them 5-1.
The game of the day was between the Vikingos and Chaos with both teams starting the day unbeaten so far this season. Vikingos struck first through Douglas Barrera who gave them a 1-0 half time lead. Carmine De’Ieso then tied it up for Chaos before Douglas gave the Vikingos the lead for a second time. Carmine replied for Chaos to make it 2-2 and an exciting end to end finale saw Emmy Forbes score with only ten seconds remaining to make the final score 3-2 in favor of Chaos.
Arnold Alfaro scored a hat and Alex Martinez twice as Finley beat the Outlaws Green by a score of 6-1. Jake Donahue then scored three as Finley beat SH Sharpshooters 5-2 and Arnold Alfaro was on target again scoring twice for Finley as they went two for two beating Green Machine 4-2.
The SH Sharpshooters then benefited from two own goals by the Green Machine but goals by Sebastian Koch, Chris Roberts and Brendan Viscount made the final score 3-3.

GU13/14

Northport Spirit won twice in the Gu13/14 division. Liz Starin was on target twice in the 5-1 win over the Hbc Blue Devils and went one better in the next game scoring a hat trick in the 5-0 victory over the Shooting Stars. Julianna Bertoloni also scored twice against the Stars.
Hbc Blue Devils beat the Tiger Lily’s 3-0, Christiana Maceluch and Abby Semelsberger were amongst the scorers. The Tiger Lily’s then tied with the Shooting Stars 2-2. Claire Lindsey and Adelaide Kline were on target for the Lily’s but two goals by Jessie Grover meant the points were shared.

BU16

The BU16 division is proving to be very competitive and there were more close games during week 3. Gabe Quesquen scored a hat trick for United as they beat CSH Falcons 3-1 in hard fought game. United followed that up with another victory this time beating H Footy 4-2.
John Baccardo was then on target twice for the Sting Green as they beat CSH Falcons 4-0.
H Footy recovered well and held on to beat Sting White 2-1 thanks to two goals by Carlos Godoy.
The final game of the night was between the Sting White and the Sting Green and a Johnny Tucker hat trick helped the Greens to a 6-3 victory.

Week 2 Review

Week 2 Review

 

BU7/8

Germany and Rangers got week two underway and a close game ended in a tie with both teams unable to find a winner, 0-0 the final score.
Byron Arajo and Rank Algieri scored for Germany in their second against Roma game but Jhordan Moreira’s late equalizer, his second of the game, meant the points were again shared in the 2-2 tie.
Rangers and Lazio made it three ties in a row as their game ended 1-1. Grant Kurland scored for Rangere in the second half but Alex Gizzi tied it up for Lazio.
Logan Bloom scored twice for Roma as they beat the Southdown Flyers 6-0 in their second game. The Flyers improved against the Crushers but went down 3-1, Chris Prainito scored twice and Cooper Brandt once.
Lazio and the Destroyers played an entertaining game that ended in a 4-2 victory for the Destroyers. Colby Curran and Chase Gottesman were on target for Lazio but goals by Owen Lakhani, Noah Iaboni, Brett Sullivan and Jesse Giovacco gave the Destroyers their first win of the season.
Ajax won both of their games to make it 4 out of 4 for the season so far. Carter Veitch and James Vohs were on target twice in the 6-0 victory over the Destroyers and Carter added two more in the 3-0 win over the Crushers.

BU9/10

Elwood got their season started with a 6-0 win over Poland. Thomas Giramonti and David McCalla both scoring twice.
Poland kept it close in the first half against Wolves but five second half goals made the final 6-0 in Wolves favor, Evan DiSimone top scored with two for Wolves.
Valencia and Elwood played an end to end game and with two goals by Dylan Gugin giving Valencia a 2-0 lead. Thomas Giramonti pulled one back for Elwood but Valencia held on for the 2-1 win.
Alex LaSpina and Devon Brandt were on target as Atletico got their first win of the season 2-0 over Wolves.
Atletico then led against Valencia thanks to a first half goal by Nick Kump. Valencia’s Dylan Gugin tied it up midway through the second half then scored a late winner to make it four out of four for Valencia, 2-1 the final score.

BU11/12

David Lazaro scored twice for Spurs as they beat Benfica 2-1 in the opening game of the BU11/12 division. David was on the score sheet again as he finished off a nice move to give Spurs a 1-0 half time lead over Arsenal. Arsenal hit back in the second half with Ryan DeWitt and Patrick Soulias both scoring twice to give Arsenal a 4-1 win.
Lennon Harrington hit a hat trick as Chelsea beat Benfica 4-1, he followed that with four goals in Chelsea’s next game as they beat the Hbc Ambush 5-1 to go top of the table.
The Ambush and Arsenal shared the points in a close game that ended 2-2. Two goals by Ryan DeWitt gave Arsenal a 2-1 half time lead after Liam Lennon had open the scoring for the Ambush. The Ambush pressed in the second half and and Harrison Krywak got the equalizing goal which proved to be the last of the game.

BU13/14

Chaos edged a close game with the Green Machine in the opening BU13/14 game. Two goals by Danya Dangiger and one by Emmy Forbes gave them a 3-2 victory, Kevin Mascia and Trevor Hubbard were the scorers for Green Machine.
Chaos followed up with a 4-1 win over the Outlaws Green to make it four wins out of four and Green Machine recovered to win their second game 4-0 over the Outlaws White, Trevor Hubbard with a hat trick in that game.
The Uniondale Vikingos won both of their week two games. Douglas Barrera and Adrian Astudillo scored the goals that beat the Outlaws Green 2-0 then Alan Calderon, Justin Mendez and Douglas Barrera scored in the 3-1 victory over the South Huntington Sharpshooters.
Finley also went two for two with wins over the Outlaws White and the Sharpshooters. Arnold Alfaro scored twice and Alex Martinez three times in the 6-0 triumph over the Outlaws and both boys were on target again in the 5-2 win over the Sharpshooters. Alex Fascilla, Brendan Abedin and Jack Krisch also scored with Chris O’Connor and Jonathan Solar replying for the Sharpshooters.

GU13/14

Elizabeth Starin scored four times for the Northport Spirit in their opening game against the Tiger Lily’s, Mia Freire also scored twice for the Spirit in their 6-2 win. Grave Moyka was on target twice for the Lily’s.
Elizabeth and Mia were again on the score sheet as the Spirit beat the Blue Devils 2-1. Jessie Grover pulled one back for the Devils but they couldn’t find an equalizer and the Spirit held on to go two for two.
Emily Cheshire and Beanna Cumella scored for the Shooting Stars as they beat the Tiger Lily’s 2-1 in a close game, Grace Moyka was on target again for the Lily’s.
Emily Cheshire then scored the only goal of the game as the Shooting Stars beat the Blue Devils 1-0 in the final game of the day.

BU16

The United had a good night coming out on top in two close game in the BU16 division. Goals by Gabe Quesquen, Alex Martino and Will Friedman gave them a 3-1 victory over the Sting Green. An even closer game saw United come from behind against Sting White to win 4-3.
Chris Wright was on target twice for Sting White and Erin Ayden once but two late goals by United turned the game around and got them the points. Tom Jackson scored twice and Gabe Quesquen and Dante Polsinelli once.
H Footy had a convincing win over the Sting Green, Jordan Robinson and Carlos Godoy each scored twice in the 5-1 victory.
The Sting White looked like they were on their way to victory over United after two goals by Chris Wright and one by Erin Ayden gave them a 3-2 lead. United’s pressure paid off though with two late goals as they won 4-3, Tom Jackson scored twice and Gabe Quesquen and Dante Polsinelli once.
H Footy then took a two goal lead against CSH Falcons thanks to goals by Jordan Robinson and Ronan Carroll. The Falcons staged a second half comeback and goals by Jason Castellano and Thomas Mallia made the final score 2-2.
Another close game followed with the Sting White and the Falcons. Chris Wright gave Sting the lead but Eddie Daubel tied it up for the Falcons before half time. The second half was end to end with both teams pushing everyone forward in search of a winner. The Falcons thought they had it when Thomas Mallia’s deflected shot found the net but an unfortunate own goal brought the scores level. With thirty seconds to go Eddie Daubel reacted first in the box to give the Falcons a 3-2 victory!

Week 1 Review

WEEKLY REVIEW week 1

BU7/8

The 19th season at Coindre Hall kicked off with the Bu7/8 division.
The first goals, and win of the day, going to the Crushers who beat Roma 4-0. Chris Prainito scored twice against Roma then added another two to his tally in a 2-2 draw with Rangers, Grant Kurland was also on target twice for Rangers in a tight game. Rangers followed up with a 3-0 victory over the Destroyers while Ajax got off to a good start with two convincing wins over Roma and the Southdown Flyers. Carter Veitch and James Vohs both scored four goals on the day for Ajax in their 6-0 and 6-1 wins. Germany also got maximum points with victories over the Destroyers and Lazio. Austin Krywack scored the winner in the dying seconds to give Germany a 3-2 win over the Destroyers which was followed by the 3-0 win over Lazio.
The other game was an exciting 0-0 tie between Lazio and the Southdown Flyers, both teams played well but couldn’t break the deadlock.

BU9/10

Valencia started the season with a pair of 6-0 victories over Poland and Wolves. Dylan Gugin scored two early goals against Poland and Lennon Harrington added three more before Rajveer Gujral completed the scoring. Lennon Harrington also found the net four times against Wolves. Poland bounced back and beat Atletico 2-1. It looked like it was heading for a tie with Brian Lynch’s goal for Poland canceling out Nick Kump’s opener but an unfortunate own goal in the last five seconds gave Poland the points. Nick Kump was on target again scoring twice against Hbc Wolves but a hat trick by Chris Walker saw Wolves finish on top in an entertaining 4-3 victory.

BU11/12

Chelsea started their season well with a 6-0 win over Spurs, Dylan Gugin scored a hat trick and Bryan Lizama twice. A competitive game against Arsenal followed with Chelsea eventually running out 4-1 winners, Lennon Harrington scoring a hat trick in this one. Hbc Ambush also got off to a flying start with a 6-0 victory over Spurs then a 5-1 win over Benfica. Charlie Grimonti and Dylan Schnitzer both scored three times on the day for the impressive Ambush. Arsenal recovered and took the points beating Benfica 4-2 in and end to end game to get their first points of the season, Nick Induisi, Nick Campanelli, Patrick Soulias and Jonathan Shank all finding the net.

BU13/14

The BU13/14 division looks like being a very competitive group and all seven games during week one proved to be close and exciting encounters.
The Outlaws Green started with a 2-0 victory over South Huntington Sharpshooters thanks to goals by Anthony Restivo and Michael Turner but their next game ended in a 2-1 defeat to the Green Machine. Chris Roberts scored both goals to secure the points for the Green Machine who then tied the Uniondale Vikingos 1-1. Thomas Mallady was on target for the Green Machine but an own goal saw the Vikingos get a share of the points. The Sharpshooters returned with a 2-0 victory over the Outlaws White with goals by Jeffrey Sorto and Chris O’Connor. The Outlaws White also lost in their next game going down 3-0 to Chaos, the goals scored by Danya Danziger, Carmine De’Ieso and Emmy Forbes. The Vikingos got their first win of the season with a 3-1 triumph over Finley, their goals scored by Allan Calderon, Kazuki Yoshihashi and Adrian Astudillo. Finley then lost another tight game as Chaos ran out 2-1 winners. Chaos, who had Jason Garay and Brian Contreras on the score sheet against Finley, were the only team to win both games on the day so sit at the top of table.

GU13/14

Last year’s Golden Boot winner Elizabeth Starin was on target again as she netted twice in the opening game in the girls U13/14 division. Her two goals helped Northport Spirit to a 3-1 victory over the Tiger Lily’s. Leela Desai also scored for Spirit while Grace Moyka replied for the Lily’s. The Hbc Blue Devils also beat the Tiger Lily’s, Deanna Cumella scored twice in the 4-1 victory. The Spirit and the Shooting Stars then played an entertaining game which could have gone either way but ended 0-0 before the Blue Devils beat the Shooting Stars 4-3. Abby Semelsberger scored twice and Emily Cheshire once for the Stars but a Deanna Cumella hat trick and a goal by Riva Bergman made sure the Blue Devils took the points.

BU16

The two Sting teams, White and Green, played each other to start the BU16 season. A Johnny Tucker hat trick wasn’t enough for Green as they went down 8-5 to the White team who saw Erin Ayden hit the net five times! The Sting White then went down 3-2 in a fast paced game with H Footy. Ronan Carroll scored twice and Jordan Robinson once as H Footy got their first points. The Sting Green got their first win with a 5-3 victory over CSH Falcons. Another end to end game saw John Baccardo score four time for the Sting. The United got their season underway with a 2-2 tie against H Footy. Goals by Alex Morino and Chris Shey gave them the lead but Carlos Godoy and Jordan Robinson replied for H Footy. United finished the day with a 4-0 win over the CSH Falcons, Alex and Chris were on target again as well as Gabe Quesquen and Will Friedman.

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