WEEKLY REVIEW Week 5
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.
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