Coindre Hall Soccer

Long Island, NY

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

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