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Category: Winter Weekly Review 2016-2017

Week 8 Review – February 11



CSH Vipers v Man City

The play offs got underway with CSH Vipers taking on Man City in the BU10/11 division and it was City who started the strongest taking a 2-0 lead into half time thanks to two Grant Kurland goals. The Vipers pressed in the second half but Jonathan Morales extended City’s lead leaving the Vipers with an uphill task. Dylan Hayden pulled a goal back for the Vipers but City held on for the 3-1 victory and moved into the final.

Liverpool v Valencia

Thomas Carluccio gave Liverpool an early lead against Valencia in the second semi final. Lennon Harrington added a second before Thomas scored his second of the game to make it 3-0 to Liverpool. Zach Kaufman pulled a goal back for Valencia but Diego Abrego added another for Liverpool after the break and David Delcid made it five soon after. Yovanni Rivera scored for Valencia but it wasn’t enough to stop Liverpool moving into the final for a showdown with Man City, 5-2 the final score.

3rd place game

CSH Vipers v Valencia

A close 3rd place game saw Yovanni Rivera put Valencia ahead in the first half. Valencia had chances to extend their lead but it was the Vipers who scored with Peter Leavy netting the equalizer midway through the second half. The Vipers pressure finally paid off when Andrew Chelius scored the winning goal as the Vipers claimed the 3rd place medals with a 2-1 win.


Liverpool v Man City

A tense final provided few chances in the opening stages until City made the breakthrough when Gary Alvarez followed up a shot to tap in the rebound from close range. Liverpool responded and were soon level as Lennon Harrington’s shot found the corner of the net to make it 1-1 at half time. Chances were again hard to come by after the break but it was Liverpool who got the go ahead goal as Lennon Harrington cut the ball back for Davin Li at the back post to score his first goal of the season. Liverpool’s defense held firm and a late goal by Diego Abrego wrapped it up to make the final score 3-1 in their favor.

In the day’s other games Harborfields Spurs had two good victories beating the Crushers 1-0 and the Destroyers 3-1. Brett Sullivan scored the only goal against the Crushers and was on target again against the Destroyers along with Carter Veitch and Travis Slanski.

Noah Iabonni’s two late goals helped the Crushers to a 4-3 win over the Destroyers in an entertaining game. Maricio Carasco and Callan Steel also scored for the Crushers while Zach Loeb, Jesse Giavacco and Owen Lahkani replied for the Destroyers.

Congratulations to Liverpool on their victory, to Lennon Harrington who claimed the ‘Golden Boot’ and to all the teams for another exciting season!


Chelsea v Huntington United

A hard fought semi final between Chelsea and United produced plenty of action but no goals in a competitive first half. The second saw Chelsea grow in confidence and they broke the deadlock when Liam Harrington drove a low shot from distance into the bottom corner. United attacked looking to get back on level terms but were caught on the break as Dylan Gugin raced through to make it 2-0. Peter Kellarakos added a late third goal for Chelsea to make the final score 3-0.

Ambush v Auburndale Acad. Green

The second semi final was another entertaining game and it was Auburndale who took charge early on taking a two goal first half lead thanks to strikes by Joseph Martinez and Jon Turcios. The Ambush played a stronger second half but couldn’t find a way past the Auburndale defense and Jon Turcios added his second, and Auburndale’s third, to make the final score 3-0 to set up a final match against Chelsea.

3rd place game

Huntington United v Ambush

United never really got going in the first half and found themselves 2-0 down in the opening minutes. Charlie Giramonte and Liam Lennon both found the net to put the Ambush in control and Matt Knierman added a third for the Ambush who claimed third place with a 3-0 victory.


Auburndale Acad. Green v Chelsea

Chelsea had to be at their strongest to compete with the talented Auburndale team and they came out fired up in what proved to be an exciting final. Joseph Martinez went close for Auburndale in the first half but it was a game of few opportunities as both defenses held firm. The second half was as equally competitive, Chelsea’s defense continued to close down the impressive Eamonn Jensen and worked hard to neutralize the threat of Golden Boot winner Jon Turcios. Peter Kellorakos and Liam Harrington had shots from distance that were close but they were eventually rewarded after good work by Dylan Gugin on the right wing. His cut back was unfortunately deflected in off an Auburndale defender to give Chelsea a valuable lead. Auburndale piled on the pressure but Chelsea held firm and only an excellent save from Joseph DeVito stopped Chelsea from extending their lead as they broke away late in the game. ‘Keeper Ryan Schiff claimed his second ‘clean sheet’ of the day as Chelsea saw out the final moments to win 1-0.

The other games saw Benfica finish their season with two victories. Nick Constant was on target twice in the 3-0 win over Everton and JJ Desiderio scored four times as they came out on top 6-5 against Spurs. Spurs had led 4-0 in the first half, David Lazaro scoring a hat trick, but the second half was a different story as Benfica completed an impressive comeback. Ryan Keegan finished the season with a hat trick as Everton ended on a winning note beating Spurs 4-0.

Congrats to Chelsea on their victory in the final, to Jon Turcios who’s 22 goals won him the divisions ‘Golden Boot’ and to all the teams for an entertaining season!


Outlaws v Southdown Flyers

The Outlaws went into their semi final match against the Flyers as favorites but were given a run for their money as the Flyers pushed them all the way in a close game. Max Carino scored for the Outlaws but the Flyers came back and had good chances to level but just couldn’t make their opportunities count. Jack Kamenstein added a second for the Outlaws in the second half and they moved into the final winning 2-0.

Lazio v Milan

A competitive first half ended with Lazio in front 2-1. The second half belonged to Lazio though who dominated the proceedings, Josue Garcia scored six times and Byron Araujo twice as they moved into the final with an impressive 8-2 victory.

3rd place game

Southdown Flyers v Milan

The Flyers finished their season in style with a comfortable win over Milan, Jack Steinberg scored a hat trick as they took third place. Will Donahey was also on target twice and Colby Konisberger once in the 6-0 triumph.


Lazio v Outlaws

The Outlaws came out on fire against Lazio in the final of the BU9 division. Josue Garcia scored twice for Lazio who missed many chances throughout the game but they were undone by some clinical finishing by the Outlaws. Michael Brandine scored twice as they recorded an excellent 7-3 victory to take first place. Henry Stein, Jack Kamenstein, Colin Lennon, Frankie Algieri and Max Carino also hit the net for the Outlaws and Lucas Flores scored with the final kick of the game for Lazio.

Congrats to the Outlaws on their first place finish, to Colin Lennon who won the ‘Golden Boot’ and to all the boys for another great season!



CSH Wrecking Balls v Cheetahs

The first semi final in the girls play offs between the Wrecking Balls and the Cheetahs turned out to be a nail biting affair with plenty of drama. The division provided its share of ties and close games throughout the season so it was no surprise that this game eventually had to go to overtime after ending 0-0 in regular time. Lily Bair was the hero for the Cheetahs as she swept the ball in from close range early into extra time to score the ‘Golden Goal’ to take her team into the final at the expense of the Wrecking Balls.

Northport Extreme v CSH Jaguars

Yet another close game in the Girls division was settled as the deadlock was finally broken with only two and a half minutes remaining. It looked like another game was going to be decided by a ‘Golden Goal’ or penalty kicks until Marisa John put Northport ahead. Kaleigh Howard added a second in the final minute to make sure of victory and Northport moved into the final with a 2-0 win.

3rd Place game

CSH Wrecking Balls v CSH Jaguars

The Wrecking Balls recovered from their semi final heartbreak and beat the Jaguars 5-1. Stella Quilty and Jenna Kessler both scored twice and Megan McPharlin once. Marley Joseph replied for the Jaguars. Stella’s two goals took her total to twelve which won her the ‘Golden Boot’


Northport Extreme v Cheetahs

Both teams had half chances in a tight first half with neither team able to find the net. Northport’s pressure finally paid off in the second half with top scorer Kaleigh Howard’s strike giving them a 1-0 lead. The Cheetahs were unable to break through Northport’s defense and Emma Greenberg added a late second goal for the Extreme who held on comfortably for the 2-0 victory.

Congratulations to Northport Extreme on their triumph in the final, to Stella Quilty for winning the  ‘Golden Boot’ and to all the girls for making it an enjoyable and competitive season!


Uniondale Vikingos v Auburndale Acad. Green

The first semi-final in the BU14/15 play offs saw the favorites, Uniondale Vikingos, take on Auburndale Academy. Kevin Zalaya and Warren Sanger scored early goals for the Vikingos but Auburndale stepped up their game and got back into the match when Jon Turcios struck to make it 2-1. The Vikingos came out strong in the second half and two Raul Sanchez goals gave them a 4-1 lead before Eamonn Jenson pulled another goal back for Auburndale. The Vikingos held on comfortably to move into the final winning 4-2.

Finley v Outlaws Green

Finley started the game with confidence and were soon two goals up thanks to strikes by Alex Martinez and Owen Husselbeck but the Outlaws reduced the arrears before half time as Ian Kaisch’s shot found the net. Things got even better for the Outlaws midway through the second half as Ian Kaisch scored again to tie it up at 2-2. Finley responded almost immediately and regained the lead through Andreas Sefarian. The Outlaws pushed forward in search of another equalizer but despite chances couldn’t finish as Finley claimed the 3-2 victory to book a place in the final against the Vikingos.


Uniondale Vikingos v Finley

The game of the day saw the top two compete in what turned out to be an excellent spectacle! Finley were the only team during regular season play to stop the Vikingos when they held them to a 0-0 draw two weeks ago. They obviously gained confidence from that result and again frustrated the Vikingos matching their work rate while limiting their goal scoring opportunities and it was no surprise when the teams went into the half time break all square at 0-0. The second half was more open and both keepers were tested but Ethan Frasicovich in the Finley goal and Josh Ramirez in the Vikingos goal saved everything that came their way and the game went into a five minute ‘Golden Goal’ overtime period. Again, half chances came and went and the defenses held firm to take the game to a penalty shoot out. After the allotted three penalties it was still even at 2-2 so it went to ‘sudden death’. Both teams scored their fourth attempt but Uniondale’s fifth was beaten away by Ethan Fransiscovich in the Finley goal. Ethan then had the chance to finish the game taking the fifth kick himself and duly obliged slotting the ball into the net to secure a victory for Finley. It was heartbreaking for the Vikingos who had dominated the regular season but credit must go to a resilient Finley team for an excellent performance in the final.

The consolation games in the group finished even with Auburndale Academy and the Outlaws White drawing 3-3 then the Outlaws White and Green sharing ten goals in a 5-5 tie. Trevor Hubbard scored four times for White and Anthony Restivo twice for Green.

Congrats to all teams for another entertaining and dramatic season, to Finley for their victory in the final and to Uniondale’s Raul Sanchez who’s 19 goals won him the ‘Golden Boot’


Chaos v One Pound Fish

Chaos finished first in the regular season’s standings but went into their semi-final against a confident One Pound Fish team missing a couple of their starting line up. The ‘Fish’ gladly took advantage and Adam Debus eventually made the breakthrough to spark wild celebration scenes in the One Pound Fish camp. Ethan Kraus added a second before Adam Debus ended the scoring with his second to give the ‘Fish’ a 3-0 victory and a place in the final.

Northport Explosion v Sting

Northport and the Sting battled it out for the second spot in the final. During the regular season both teams looked at times like they were going to be the team to beat but both were also inconsistent. A hard fought first half saw the teams separated by a Johnny Tucker goal for the Sting and despite the Explosion throwing everything they had at the Sting defense in the second half they couldn’t break through and a second goal by Alex Rivera was enough to take the Sting through, 2-0.


Sting v One Pound Fish

The One Pound Fish team and their supporters certainly made it a colorful and entertaining season and they were in good voice for a competitive final game. The first half was even with the Sting’s skillful ball movement being matched by the enthusiasm and work rate of the ‘Fish’ team. Chances were at a minimum and it ended 0-0 at the break. A moment of brilliance from Alex Rivera finally provided the breakthrough for the Sting when his unstoppable shot from the half way line flew into the top corner. The Sting grew in confidence and soon after Erin Aydin and Alex Rivera played a give and go with the latter then striking another firm shot into the corner. Fittingly, man of the match Alex, completed his hat trick late on to give Sting the 3-0 victory.

The consolation games in the division were also entertaining with Nick Thompson scoring twice in Chaos’ 4-3 win over H Footy then Will Regensberger netted five times as Northport ended their season in style beating H Footy 7-1.

Congratulations and thanks to all the teams for taking part, it was a fun season and the ability on show was very impressive. Congrats to the Sting on their victory and to Eren Aydin who after four years of being very close finally won the ‘Golden Boot’, great job Eren!


Week 7 Review – February 4, 2017

Man City and Harborfields Spurs battled for a play off place in the opening game of the day. Otto Umana struck first for Spurs and they went into half time leading 1-0. Josh Bakar leveled for Man City in the first minute of the second half and Grant Kurland gave them a 2-1 lead shortly after. City held on in a tense finish to win 2-1.
Caiden Veitch gave Spurs the lead against Valencia who were also looking to book their place in the play-offs. Second half goals by Zach Kaufman and Christian Alvizures turned the game around for Valencia and they head into the play offs after the 2-1 victory.
Grant Kurland was on target four times as Man City beat the Destroyers 7-1 and Cristian Alvizures found the net twice as Valencia won their second game 3-1 over the Crushers.
Liverpool beat the Destroyers 5-1 but went down 2-1 to the CSH Vipers who also beat the Crushers 5-1 to secure a first place finish. Connor Mitchell and Dylan Hayden each scored twice for the Vipers in their win over the Crushers.
Next weeks play off see the Vipers play Man City and Liverpool take on Valencia.

Chelsea needed one point to make sure of a first place finish and opened up with a game against Huntington United. Jack Jimenez’s opening goal for Chelsea was canceled out by United’s Ben D’Agostino  but Jonathan Shank scored from close range to give Chelsea their second lead. Despite plenty of pressure United were unable to find an equalizer and Chelsea hung on for the 2-1 win.
Nick Campanelli and Jack O’Brien were then on target for United as they held on to beat Auburndale 2-1 in an entertaining game.
Auburndale bounced back and beat Benfica 5-0, Eamonn Jensen and Brian Zamora each scored twice.
Jack Morales and Peter Kellorakos scored for Chelsea as they beat Everton 2-1 in another tight game before Spurs and Everton shared six goals in an exciting 3-3 tie.
The Ambush finished in second place winning their final two games of the regular season. Charlie Giramonti scored twice in the 4-1 win over Benfica and Liam Lennon struck twice in the 6-0 victory against Spurs.
Next week’s play offs will see Chelsea play Huntington United and the Ambush play Auburndale.

Matthew Benevides gave Lazio an early lead over the Outlaws but Michael Brandine tied it up before half time. An end to end second half saw Lazio eventually come out on top 3-1 as Byron Araujo scored and Matt Benevides struck his second of the game.
Byron, Matt and Josue Garcia then scored two each as Lazio beat the Southdown Flyers 9-4. Jack Steinberg also netted twice for the Flyers who played an excellent second half.
Colin Lennon hit a hat trick for the Outlaws as they eased past Milan 5-0 and AJ Bentsen was on target twice as Milan recovered to beat the Flyers 4-0.

Kayleigh Howard scored both goals for Northport Extreme as they opened week 7 with a 2-1 victory over the CSH Wrecking Balls. Kayleigh was the match winner again as she scored the only goal of the game against the Cheetahs as Northport made it two wins out of two.
Amanda Paci and Stella Quilty both scored twice as the Wrecking Balls beat the CSH Jaguars 5-1 and Hailey Martin was the hero for the Cheetahs as her goal proved to be the winner against the Jaguars. The 1-0 victory being their first of the season.

Jon Turcios and Dillon Guladec put Auburndale 2-0 ahead in their game against Outlaws White but second half goals by Ian Kaisch and Tanyue Jin brought the Outlaws level and it ended all square at 2-2. Dillon was on target twice shortly after as Auburndale the played the Outlaws Green. James Fabrikant also scored as Auburndale held on for a 3-2 victory, Dan Costello netted both goals for the Outlaws.
Jason Hernandez and Adrian Astudillo were the scorers as Uniondale Vikingos came out on top 2-0 over Finley and Raul Sanchez scored a hat trick in the Vikingos 5-2 triumph over Auburndale.
Julio Martinez was another player to hit three goals as Finley beat Auburndale 6-1.

Carlos Godoy scored twice for H Footy but it wasn’t enough as they went down 6-4 against Chaos. Matteo Alzate hit a hat trick for Chaos who then beat One Pound Fish 5-1.
Erin Aydin, Chris Wright, John Baccardo and Luke Lucknow all scored as the Sting beat H Footy 4-1 but they went down 3-1 to Northport Explosion, Will Regensberger scored twice and Ian McDougal once for Northport.
One Pound Fish finished strongly and claimed a 3-0 victory over Northport in the day’s final game. James Cameron, Nikolai Mazut and Adam Debus all found the net in a convincing win.

Week 6 Review – January 28



Man City got week 6 underway with a convincing win over the Crushers. Matt Bender and Jhordan Moreira each scored twice in the 7-1 victory.
Matt Bender then scored a hat trick for City in their game against the CSH Vipers but Dylan Hayden went one better scoring four times to give the Vipers the points in the 4-3 win.
There were plenty of goals between the Crushers and Liverpool. David Delcid scored four times and Thomas Carluccio twice in the 9-4 victory. The goals dried up in Liverpool’s next game but they managed to hold on to get another two points beating Valencia 1-0, Lennon Harrington’s first half strike proving decisive.
The Vipers remain at the top of the table after beating Harborfields Spurs. Dante Salgado gave the Vipers a first half lead and Peter Leavy added another after the break to make it 2-0.
Carter Veitch scored a hat trick as the Spurs bounced back to beat the Destroyers 4-0 and two Zach Kaufman goals helped Valencia beat the Destroyers by the same scoreline in the divisions final game of the day.


David Lazaro was on target twice for Spurs in their game against Everton but a hat trick by Ryan Keegan and two goals by Aidan Brancaccio gave Everton the 5-2 victory .
Benfica proved to be a tougher opponent for Everton and two Colin Phelan goals helped them on their way to a 4-0 win.
Huntington United then brought Benfica back down to earth beating them 5-0, Jack Noble scored twice for United.
Peter Kellorakos also found the net twice as Chelsea recorded a comfortable 7-1 victory over Spurs.
Chelsea’s next game saw Liam Harrington open the scoring against Auburndale Academy but Jon Turcios leveled for Auburndale soon after half time. Peter Kellerakos then scored a hat trick in the final five minutes to give Chelsea the 4-1 win.
Ben D’Agostino was on target for Huntington United against the Ambush but two strikes by Julio Martinez and one from Harrison Krywak turned the game around for the Ambush who won 3-1.
Auburndale overcame the Ambush in the final game of the day after Jon Turcios scored twice and Bobby Costa once in the 3-0 win.


Frankie Algieri and Colin Lennon both scored twice for the Outlaws as they eased past Milan 7-1 in the Opening BU9 game.
An entertaining match between Lazio and the Outlaws saw Matt Benevides give Lazio a 1-0 half time lead. Frankie Algieri equalized from close range for the Outlaws setting up a frantic finale that saw Josue Garcia fire in a late winner for Lazio handing the Outlaws their first loss of the season.
Marcus D’Gregario scored two early goals for Milan as they raced into a 4-0 half time lead against the Southdown Flyers. Michael Nicolino was also on target twice and Pavel Slivchenko once in the 5-1 victory.

Matt Benevides was another player to score two goals as Lazio completed a good day beating the Flyers 4-0.


The Cheetahs are still looking for that elusive first win of the season. They came close against Northport Extreme in the opening game of the girls division but both teams had to settle for a point as the game finished goalless.
Emmy Evans scored twice for the CSH Wrecking Balls as they beat the Cheetahs 2-0. They followed that with a second 2-0 victory, this time over the CSH Jaguars. Emmy was again on target with Megan McPharlin adding the second.
Marley Joseph’s second half goal proved to be the only one of the game as the Jaguars held on for the 1-0 win against the Extreme in another competitive match.


Finley opened up with a 6-0 win over Auburndale in the BU14/15 division, Alex Martinez boosted his Golden Boot chances by scoring four times and Owen Husselbeck added the other two.
Outlaws White came out on top in their game against Auburndale. Patrick Ahearne, Thomas Pitvic, Mikey Turner and Andreas Seferian scored the goals in the 4-1 victory, Eamonn Jensen replied for Auburndale.
The game of the day was Finley v Uniondale Vikingos. Both teams displayed quality in a competitive match that saw the defenses in fine form. Dan Fransiscovich made some important late saves in the Finley goal as they became the first team so far this season to stop the Vikingos from taking maximum points, 0-0 the final score.
Anthony Restivo and Chris Roberts each scored twice as the Outlaws Green beat the Outlaws White 5-1 before the Vikingos got back to winning ways with a hard fought 4-1 victory over the Outlaws Green. Two goals by Adrian Astudillo in the first half were followed by two from Alex Cardenas in the second.


Friday night saw the BU17/18 team make the games up that were snowed out in week 3.

Chaos continued their good form with a 4-2 win over H Footy but were held by a resurgent One Pound Fish. Carmine D’Ieso found the net twice against the Sting and Mike Hall gave them a 1-0 half time lead in their game with One Pound Fish. James Cameron’s volley found the top corner in the second half to tie it up for the Fish team and it ended 1-1.

Eren Aydin and Johnny Tucker both scored twice as the Sting beat H Footy 7-2 and Austin Borina scored both goals as Northport Explosion beat One Pound Fish 2-0

H Footy bounced back and a Ben Petito goal was enough to give them an impressive 1-0 victory over the Explosion.

Saturday’s first game was an entertaining game between the leaders Chaos and H Footy. Brian Contreras opened the scoring for Chaos but Chris Callan evened it up for H Footy before half time. Chaos finished the stronger team but couldn’t find a way through a resolute H Footy defense and it ended all square at 1-1.

One Pound Fish took a while to get going and found themselves a goal behind in the first half against H Footy. An improved second half display saw Ethan Kraus score twice for the ‘Fish’ who held on for the 2-1 win.

Chaos led Northport Explosion 4-0 thanks to Nick Thompson and Doug Kelapire who each scored twice before the Explosion’s Austin Borina pulled two back making the final score 4-2.

Ethan Kraus scored another two goals as One Pound Fish won their second game beating the Sting in another interesting encounter. Eren Aydin had equalized for the Sting as the ‘Fish’ were still celebrating their first goal!  It seemed to terminate their mood for a while but after James Cameron had directed the ball into the goal to give ‘Fish’ a two goal lead late in the game it left the Sting with a titanic task and ultimately the ‘Fish’ held on comfortably for the 3-1 victory.

The final game of the day turned into a goal fest as Northport put nine past the Sting. Austin Borina, Jack Wetzel and Oman Ramirez all scored twice but the Sting rallied late and Eren Aydin netted another two goals to take himself clear in the Golden Boot table, 9-6 the final score in favor of the Explosion.

Week 5 Review – January 21 2017



Brett Sullivan and Caiden Veitch scored for Harborfields Spurs as their season continued to pick up pace with a 2-1 win over the Crushers. Carter Veitch scored twice in Spurs’ second game but a hat trick from Jonathan Morales gave Man City the 3-2 victory.

The Crushers recovered and beat the Destroyers FC 2-0 thanks to strikes by Callan Steel and Angelo Lucignano. Liverpool also beat the Destroyers, Lennon Harrington scored five times in the 6-0 victory with Thomas Carluccio adding the sixth.

Valencia remain in third place after two ties. An entertaining 2-2 draw with Man City was followed by a 1-1 tie with leaders CSH Vipers. Teddy Leavy gave the Vipers the lead in the first half but Cristian Alvizures equalized for Valencia after the break. Andrew Chelius was on target twice for the Vipers against Liverpool but it wasn’t enough as two Lennon Harrington goals and one by Thomas Carluccio saw Liverpool win 3-1 and move a point behind the Vipers in the table.


Max Bloess and Liam Harrington scored the goals that gave Chelsea an important 2-1 win over week four leaders Huntington United. Liam was also on target against the Ambush but Dylan Schnitzer tied it up for the Ambush and despite plenty of goalmouth action the game ended 1-1.

Ben Koch scored twice as Huntington United bounced back with a 4-1 victory over Everton then Liam Lennon scored four times as the Ambush beat Spurs 6-0.

Jon Turcios scored a hat trick for Auburndale in their 6-0 win over Spurs and Bobby Costa netted twice in their 4-1 victory over Benfica.

Chelsea also beat Benfica then moved into first place with a 6-0 win over Everton, Ryan Schiff and Liam Harrington each scored twice.


The Outlaws continue to dominate the BU9 division and another two victories saw them maintain their 100% start to the season. Michael Brandine and Colin Lennon were on target twice as they beat Milan 5-0 then Max Carino scored a hat trick in the 7-1 triumph over Lazio. Matt Ferrante and Michael Brandine also scored twice for the Outlaws.

Noah Reinstein’s second half strike was enough to give Milan the points in an exciting 1-0 win over the Southdown Flyers then two Lucas Flores goals saw Lazio overcome the Flyers in another end to end game, 2-0 the final score.


CSH Wrecking Balls had a good week winning both game and keeping clean sheets in the process. Sarah Quilty scored twice and Emmy Evans once in the 3-0 win over the Cheetahs then Goals by Megan McPharlin and Sarah Quilty saw them beat the CSH Jaguars 2-0. The Jaguars turned it around and a Julia Wang goal was enough to see them take the two points in a 1-0 victory over the Cheetahs.


James Philippis scored two early goals for the Outlaws Green but Auburndale Academy hit back to bring the scores level. Joseph Martinez’s close range finish was followed by and excellent half volley on the turn by Dillon Guladec. Thomas Pitvic settled it with a late goal for the Outlaws, 3-2 the final score in a game that could have gone either way.

Finley beat the Outlaws Green 4-1 thanks in part to a hat trick by Alex Martinez. Alex was also on target in the 2-0 win over the Oulaws White, Arnold Alfaro scored the other.

Four goals by Warren Sanger and two by Raul Sanchez saw the Uniondale Vikingos win 6-0 over Auburndale. Warren and Raul also found the net against the Outlaws White, Kevin Zalaya and Alex Cardenas completed the scoring in the 4-0 victory.


A very competitive game between Chaos and Northport Explosion ended all even with both keepers making important saves throughout the match. Chaos couldn’t add to Cole Pillion’s first half goal and Leo Terrones second half finish was enough to earn the Explosion a share of the points.

Kevin Gulizo scored twice as Chaos overcame H Footy 4-0 before Northport Explosion won an entertaining game against the Sting 3-1. Andrew Croft, Austin Borina and Will Nasta scored for the Explosion with Eren Aydin replying for Sting.

One Pound Fish celebrated in style after their first victory of the season. Alex Triolo and Adam Debus scored the goals that saw them beat H Footy 2-0. They followed that with an exciting tie against the Sting that had everything but goals! Both teams missed good opportunities in the 0-0 draw.

You can watch an interview with the ‘Fish management team’ on the facebook page: facebook/coindrehallsoccer

Week 4 Review – January 14

Weekly Review – Week 4


Yovanni Rivera and Remi Asghar scored the goals as Valencia got week 4 underway with a 2-0 victory over the Crushers.

CSH Vipers then handed the Crushers their second 2-0 defeat when Dylan Hayden and Dante Salgado found the net. Dante followed that with a hat trick in the comfortable 6-0 win over the Destroyers, Peter Leavy also scored twice.

Harborfields Spurs had a good day and recorded back to back shut outs beating Valencia 2-0 then Liverpool 1-0. Caiden Veitch and Brett Sullivan were on target against Valencia and Caiden scored the only goal in the win over Liverpool.

Jason Kurland scored a hat trick and Josh Bakar twice as Man City beat the Destroyers 6-0. Jason scored his second hat trick of the day in an exciting game against Liverpool. David Delcid was on target twice for Liverpool but Man City held on for an entertaining 5-4 victory.


Harrison Krywack scored a hat trick for the Ambush as they beat Benfica 7-2 in the opening game of the BU13 division, Dylan Schnitzer also found the net twice.

Colin Phelan scored a hat trick for Benfica in their next game but they went down for a second time losing 8-6 to Spurs. Jose Bautista scored four times for Spurs and Matthew Malone twice in a free scoring encounter!

Luke Rinaldi, Matt Beasley and Charlie Giramonte all scored as the Ambush made it two out of two on the day with a 3-0 victory over Everton.

Nick Campanelli and Ben Koch each scored twice as leaders Huntington United saw off Spurs 6-0 but they couldn’t break down the Auburndale Green defense and four goals by Jon Turcios gave Auburndale the points in an impressive 4-0 triumph.

Eamon Jenson scored a hat trick and Joseph Martinez netted twice as Auburndale secured another two points in the 6-0 win over Everton.


The Outlaws kept up their 100% record with another two victories. Max Carino, Vincent Pupillo and Josh Stimpfl all scored twice in the 6-2 win over Lazio which was followed by an 8-2 win over Milan. Christian Luca, Michael Brandine and Josh Stimpfl each scored two goals in the comfortable win.

Byron Araujo and Lucas Flores scored the goals that gave Lazio the 2-1 win over the Southdown Flyers then Pavel Slivchenko scored twice as Milan overcame the Flyers 3-2. Jack Steinberg scored both goals for the Flyers in a close game.


Abigail Mallgraf scored the only goal as the Northport Extreme beat the CSH Jaguars 1-0 in the opening game in the girls U10/11 division. Abigail was on target again as the Extreme then handed the CSH Wrecking Balls their first defeat. Kayleigh Howard also scored in the exciting 2-1 victory.

The Cheetahs and the Jaguars played another tight game with both teams sharing the points in a 1-1 tie. Hailey Martin scored for the Cheetahs and Lila Porcio replied for the Jaguars.

Two goals by Shannon Tague gave Northport another win as they saw off the Cheetahs 3-0 before the Wrecking Balls recovered from 1-0 down to beat the Cheetahs 2-1. Sadie MacDevitt gave the Cheetahs a first half advantage but Stella Quilty scored twice after the break.


Ian Kaish, Anthony Restivo and Max Bratchie were on target as the Outlaws White beat the Outlaws Green 3-1. The Outlaws White bounced back to beat Auburndale 4-1, Dan Costello scored twice.

Raul Sanchez hit the net four times as the Uniondale Vikingos thumped the Outlaws Green 6-0, he then scored twice in another convincing 6-1 victory over Finley.

Owen Husselbeck was also on target four times as Finley beat Auburndale 4-1, a fine individual performance saw him score twice in each half.


Jack Langton scored a hat trick and Matteo Alzate twice as Chaos beat the Sting 9-4. Chaos then beat Northport Explosion 3-2 in an exciting match, Kevin Gulizo scored two excellent goals to secure the points for Chaos. H Footy and the Sting tied 3-3 in an end to end game before the Explosion got back to winning ways with a 5-1 victory over H Footy, Andrew Croft scored a hat trick.


Week 3 – Review January 7, 2017

CSH Vipers came from behind to hand Liverpool their first loss of the season in the opening game of the day. Thomas Carluccio gave Liverpool a 1-0 lead but second half goals by Dylan Hayden and a header by Andrew Chelius secured a 2-1 win for the Vipers. The Vipers made it two wins in a row with a 2-0 victory over Harborfields Spurs, John Tsoumpas and Ray Cumella were the scorers in that game.
Liverpool recovered and a David Delcid hat trick helped them to a 6-0 win over Valencia. Valencia also bounced back and beat the Destroyers 3-1, Cristian Alvizures scored twice and Remi Asghar once in a close game.
Harborfields Spurs went behind early against Man City when Matthew Bender scored from close range but two second half goals by Caiden Veitch then gave Spurs a 2-1 win in another tight game.
The Destroyers were 3-1 up against the Crushers with two goals by Aiden Brancaccio and one by Owen Lakhani but two late goals tied it up for the Crushers. Chris Prainito scored his second of the game before a scramble in the box with only seconds remaining led to the ball somehow finding its way into the net to end it 3-3.
Man City then became the fourth team of the day to turn it around and win their second game after losing their first. Jonathan Morales and Grant Kurland each scored twice in the 4-2 victory over the Crushers.

Spurs suffered back to back defeats to start the BU13 division. Ryan Schiff scored a hat trick and Brent Starkey twice as Chelsea won 6-1. Everton then beat Spurs 6-1 with Ryan Keegan scoring five of the goals!
Chelsea and Auburndale Academy played a fast paced game that saw the teams level at half time 2-2. Peter Kellarakos gave Chelsea the lead but two strikes by Jon Turcios then gave Auburndale the advantage. Max Bloess evened it up for Chelsea and a second half goal by Peter Kellarakos proved to be the winner as Chelsea hung on to win an entertaining game 3-2.
Colin Phelan found his ‘shooting boots’ and scored four times as Benfica enjoyed a comfortable 6-1win over Everton.
The Ambush came from behind to beat Auburndale in another end to end encounter. Jon Turcios was again on the scoresheet giving Auburndale the lead but Liam Lennon leveled before half time. Liam then added a second after the break which ended up being the winning goal, 2-1 the final score.
Huntington United went top of the table with two hard fought 1-0 victories. Jack Noble scored the only goal in the second half against Benfica then Jack Fallon was the only scorer in a thrilling game against the Ambush. Both teams missed opportunities before Jack struck midway through the second half to cap a great day for United.

Pavel Slivechenko scored a hat trick for Milan as they beat Lazio 3-1 in the opening game of the BU9 division. Milan found it tougher in their next game against the Outlaws as two goals by Colin Lennon helped the Outlaws to a 5-1 win.
Josh Stimpfl scored four times for the Outlaws in their second game as they saw of the Southdown Flyers 6-0. The Flyers fared better against Lazio but eventually went lost 4-1. Byron Araujo scored twice for Lazio, Danny Kurz and Lucas Flored added one each with Jack Steinberg finding the net for the Flyers.

The weather played havoc with the rest of the day’s schedule but three of the girls teams managed to play and it was a good day for the CSH Wrecking Balls who won twice. Jenna Kessler scored a hat trick in the 5-0 win over the CSH Jaguars then added two more in the 3-1 victory over Northport Extreme.
The Extreme also beat the Jaguars thanks to a Kaleigh Howard hat trick. Madison Howard also found the net twice and Sarah Power once in the 6-2 victory

Week 2 – Review Dec 17, 2016


Valencia recorded their third straight win with a 5-2 victory over Man City, Zach Kauffman scored four of the goals. They then lost for the first time going down 2-1 to CSH Vipers. Ray Cumella and Will Brancato were the scorers for the Vipers who then made it two wins out of two on the day by beating Man City 5-2.

Liverpool also won twice to stay top of the table. Lennon Harrington scored four times and Thomas Carluccio twice as they beat the Crushers 7-1 which was followed by a 3-1 victory over Harborfields Spurs. Royal Baker, Massi Fargnoli and Thomas Carluccio were on target for Liverpool in the first half and Caiden Veitch replied late on for the Spurs.

The Crushers and Spurs played the final game in the division and it was the Crushers who came out on top in a tight match. Chris Prainito’s goal in the first half was the only one of the game, 1-0 the final score.


Chelsea and the Ambush played the first game of the day in the BU13 division and a close game saw Chelsea edge it 2-0 thanks to goals by Peter Kellarakos and Lennon Harrington. The Ambush hit back with a 7-1 victory over Spurs, Liam Lennon and Luke Rinaldi each scored twice. Chelsea won their second game against Everton thanks to a strong first half performance which saw them lead 5-0 at the half. Peter Kellarakos, Dylan Gugin and Max Bloess all scored twice for Chelsea who eventually won 7-2.

Benfica won for the first time this season seeing off Spurs. Colin Phelen netted twice in the 5-0 triumph but they found the going tougher against Auburndale and were on the wrong end of a 6-0 result. Eanna Freehall and Eamann Jenson scored two goals apiece.

Huntington United made it three wins on the spin with a 3-0 victory over Everton before going down to Auburndale 4-1. That result leaves Auburndale the only unbeaten team and sees them at the top of the table.


Southdown Flyers started strongly against Lazio and two Jack Steinberg goals gave them an early 2-0 lead. Byron Araujo pulled one back for Lazio before half time but Quinn Rinaldi restored the Flyers two goal lead in the second half. Byron scored his and Lazio’s second goal to make it 3-2 but the Flyers held on for the win. Two second half goals by A.J. Bentsen then gave Milan a 2-0 victory over the Flyers before the Outlaws won the final two games to remain at the top. Frankie Algieri and Colin Lennon both scored twice in a comfortable 5-0 win over Lazio and a 3-1 victory over Milan followed.


The girl’s division again produced some close entertaining games and the CSH Jaguars became the first team in years (at Coindre Hall) to tie their first four games of the season! A 0-0 tie with Northport Extreme was followed by a 1-1 draw with the Cheetahs. Jada Joseph gave the Jaguars a first half lead but Krista Lin restored parity in the second half with the equalizing goal for the Cheetahs.

The CSH Wrecking Balls lived up to their name and ended the sequence of draws by winning both of their week 2 games. Stella Quilty scored a hat trick in the 4-1 win over Northport then Emmy Evans scored both goals in the 2-1 victory over the Cheetahs to send the Wrecking Balls to the top of the table.


Auburndale and the Outlaws Green played an exciting opening game in the BU14/15 division. Dillon Guludec was on target for Auburndale but Ian Kaisch leveled for the Outlaws. It looked to heading for a tie until Antonio Giamo struck for Auburndale with the last kick of the game to give them the 2-1 victory. Two goals by Alex Martinez and one by Jayden Erickson saw Finley beat the Outlaws Green 3-0 before Finley beat the Outlaws White 6-1. Owen Husselbeck, Alex Martinez and Arnold Alfaro all scored twice for Finley.

Auburndale couldn’t stop Adrian Astudillo who scored four times in the Vikingos 6-0 victory and Adrian was at it again finding the net twice in the 3-2 win over the Outlaws White. Jason Hernandez also scored for the Vikingos who led 3-0 at half time but second half goals by Taiyu Jin and Kyle Gallagher for the Outlaws made it a nervy finish for the Vikingos who held on for the win.


Chaos and One Pound Fish played a highly entertaining opening match. Kevin Gulizo gave Chaos the lead but Ethan Krauss equalized for ‘Fish’ before half time. Carmine De’Ieso put Chaos ahead and despite their best efforts One Pound Fish couldn’t find another equalizer as Chaos triumphed 2-1. Erin Ayden was on target twice and Luke Luckow once as the Sting then beat One Pound Fish 3-0.

Another end to end game saw Chaos eventually come out on top 2-0 over H Footy. An excellent move produced the opening goal for Carmine De’Ieso who headed in from close range. Nat Amato added the second to make it a good day for Chaos.

Northport Explosion moved clear at the top of the table with back to back victories. Luke Luckow netted twice for the Sting but Jack Wetzel was the difference for the Explosion scoring four times in the 5-2 win. Jack added two more to his tally in the exciting 3-1 win over H Footy to find himself top of the Golden Boot table. Northport coach Mervin Molano was very happy with his team’s performance (you can view his post match Interview with Mervin Molano )

Week 1 – Review Dec 10, 2016


The 20th season of the Coindre Hall indoor league got underway with Valencia winning the opening BU10/11 game 6-1 against the Crushers. Cooper Brandt scored the first goal of the season to give the Crushers the lead but Remi Asghar, Chase Brandt and Zach Kaufman each scored twice to give Valencia the victory. The Crushers were soon back in action but again lost as Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick in Liverpool’s 7-1 win.

Valencia made it two wins out of two with a close 1-0 victory over Harborfields Spurs, Chase Brandt scored the only goal of the game.

Man City took a two goal lead over Liverpool thanks to goals by Grant Kurland and Josh Bakar but Liverpool hit back and another hat trick by Lennon Harrington and a goal by Diego Abrego gave Liverpool their second win of the day, 4-2,

Harborfields beat the Destroyers 4-0 to secure their first victory, Brett Sullivan scored twice. Man City beat the CSH Vipers 2-1 with goals by Grant Kurland and Josh Bakar before the Vipers recovered and won 6-0 against the Destroyers. Dylan Hayden scored a hat trick and Peter Leavy twice in the comfortable victory.



Huntington United made a good start to the season with two wins in week one. Jack Fallon, Jack Noble and Ben Koch were on target as they beat Chelsea 3-2 in an exciting game. Both ‘Jacks’ were on the scoresheet again as United beat Spurs 3-0. Two Lennon Harrington goals helped Chelsea beat Benfica 5-0 and a Ryan Keegan hat trick saw Everton overcome Spurs 4-0.

Goals by Luke Rinaldi and Dylan Schnitzer gave the Ambush victory 2-1 over Benfica before the Ambush and Auburndale played the game of the day sharing eight goals in a 4-4 tie. Two Liam Lennon goals gave the Ambush the lead but John Turcios replied with two goals for Auburndale to make it 2-2 at the half. Dylan Schnitzer scored for the Ambush but two more goals by John Turcios looked to have given Auburndale the points until Liam Lennon completed his hat trick with only seconds remaining.

Auburndale then beat Everton 6-0 with Joseph Martinez scoring four times.



A close opening game between the Southdown Flyers and Milan was settled by a Jack Steinberg goal in the first half. Both teams had chances but Jack’s goal proved to be the only one of the game.

Colin Lennon scored twice as the Outlaws beat the Flyers 7-1. Colin added two more in the 5-0 win over Lazio, Matt Ferranti also score twice.

Milan and Lazio played an entertaining match that ended 2-2. Pavel Slivchenko and Braid Martin were on target for Milan but two Jonny Kurz goals evened it up for Lazio.


The Girls U10/11 division proved to be very competitive with three of the games ending in ties and one being settled with the last kick of the game.

Goals by Riley Murtagh, Reese Rinaldi and Victoria Waters gave the CSH Wrecking Balls a 3-2 half time lead over Northport Extreme. Madison Howard and Ella Cancro found the net for the Extreme and a second half strike by Kaleigh Howard tied it up, 3-3 the final score in an entertaining encounter.

The Wrecking Balls and CSH Jaguars then tied another exciting game 0-0 before the Extreme and the Cheetahs went within seconds of another 0-0 tie. With both teams looking for a late winner Madison Howard’s shot found the corner of the net with only five seconds left on the clock to give the Extreme the 1-0 victory.

The Cheetahs and the Jaguars then tied 1-1 with both goals coming in the opening half. Julia Wang scored for the Jaguars and Krista Lin for the Cheetahs.



Finley and Auburndale got the BU14/15 division started with Finley coming out on top in an exciting match. Arnold Alfaro and Alex Martinez both scored twice in a 6-2 victory.

Finley and the Uniondale Vikingos then played an end to end game that saw the Vikingos take a 1-0 lead into the break thanks to an Alan Calderon goal. Both keepers came up with big saves in the second half and the Vikingos held on for the 1-0 triumph.

Dillon Guludec then scored a hat trick for Auburndale in their 3-0 victory over Outlaws White.

Raul Sanchez hit the net twice in the Vikingos 4-1 win over Outlaws Green before the Outlaws Green beat Outlaws White 6-2 in the final game of the day. Kyle Gallagher scored a hat trick and Chris Roberts twice for Green.



Two Carlos Godoy goals helped H Footy to a 3-0 win in their game against One Pound Fish, Ronan Carrol was also on target.

H Footy were then on the end of a 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Sting. Eren Aydin scored twice in a convincing Sting victory.

James Cameron scored for One Pound Fish but it wasn’t enough as they went down 2-1 to Northport Explosion, Austin Borina and Will Regensburger scored the all important goals for the Explosion.

Chaos and Sting played a highly entertaining game that saw the lead change three times. Jason Garay and Jake Doanhue scored first half goals for Chaos who led 2-1 at the half. The second half saw John Baccardo and Luke Luckow add to Eren Aydin’s first half goal to give Sting a 3-2 lead but Chaos scored the last two goals of the game to win 4-3, Kevin Gulizo and Matteo Alzate on target.

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