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Week 3 Review – December 30, 2017

BU10
Jesse Giovacco was the hero for the Destroyers scoring the games only goal against Barca in the opening match of the BU10 division. Jesse was also on target in the Destroyers second game as they went two for two beating the Southdown Flyers 3-1, Noah Delello and Owen Lakhani scored the other two goals.
Grant Kurland netted a hat trick and Allie Alloggiamento scored one as Chaos recorded a comfortable 4-0 victory over Barca. Chaos then overcame the Flyers 2-1, Grant Kurland and Samantha Dinstell scored before Jack Steinberg pulled one back for the Flyers late on.
BU12/13
Ian Smith’s second half hat trick helped the CSH Vipers to a 6-2 triumph over Super Sane Smithtown in a free scoring game. Smithtown tightened it up for their second match against Valencia who’s defense also held firm in an even game that ended 0-0.
Ian Smith, Peter Levy and Dante Salgado were on target as the Vipers beat Spurs 3-0. Spurs bounced back to beat HBC Revolution 1-0 thanks to Lennon Harrington’s first half shot. The Revolution also went down 1-0 to Valencia, Yovanni Rivera scored the games only goal in the second half.
BU11
Ryan Perillo scored twice and Angelo Lucignano once as HBC Juventus beat the Sounders 3-0 to record their first win of the season. Juventus then played an end to end game against Celtic and Jordan Rivera’s second half goal looked to have given them a point after Jonathan Morales had opened the scoring for Celtic. Gale Kurland’s shot with only a minute remaining proved to be the difference though as Celtic came out on top 2-1.
Nick Kump and Lennon Harrington both scored hat tricks as Liverpool eased past the Sounders 6-0.
CSH Outlaws then lost a close game as Celtic hit another late winner. This time Grant Kurland was on hand to score the only goal of a hard fought match.
The Outlaws recovered well and beat Liverpool 2-0 thanks to goals by Luca Mazzilli and Andrew Shammah.
BU9
HBC Chelsea had a productive day with two back to back victories. Eli Solinsky scored twice in the 5-3 win over Ajax and was on target again against the Harborfields Bears. Jake Perillo, Jake Marcus and Chase Podlas also found the net in the 4-1 win.
Elijah Prywes also scored a double as Ajax beat the Harborfields Bulls 4-1 before the Bears shut out the Bulls 3-0 in the divisions final game of the day. Joey Serventi, Dylan Kast and Tyler Pearl all scored in the win.
GU12
Caleigh Phelan scored four times and still ended up on the losing team! The HBC Tigers fought back from 4-2 down to tie it up 4-4 against the CSH Wrecking Balls but Riley Murtaugh scored the winner with twenty second remaining to settle an entertaining game. Stella Quilty hit a hat trick and Emmy Evans scored earlier for the Wrecking Balls.
The Legends and the Wrecking Balls then played in another match that could’ve gone either way. Reece Rinaldi scored for CSH but Jillian Panos’ goal for the Legends meant the points were shared in the 1-1 draw.
SH Herricanes had convincing wins over the Tigers and Legends. Kathleen O’Mara scored a hat trick, Britney Cisneros netted twice and Hannah O’Neil once in the 6-1 victory over the Tigers. Britney and Kathleen were also on target against the Legends. Kallie Eichner, Charlotte Pearlman and Meredith Boise completed the scoring in the 5-1 triumph.
BU13/14
Chelsea FC started the day with a 5-0 victory over Benfica. Liam Harrington opened the scoring and goals by Matteo Mazzilli, Shay Daly, Lennon Harrington and Alex Braunstein followed. Arsenal then had a comfortable win over Benfica, Jason Benitez scored a first half hat trick and Bryan Lizama added two after the break in the 7-1 victory.
Lindsay McHugh gave Levittown Green a 1-0 half time lead against Chelsea but Lennon Harrington tied it up shortly after half time. Both teams had chances to win it but it ended all even at 1-1.
Two Jack O’Brien goals were just enough to give Huntington United a 2-1 win over Arsenal. Bryan Lizama tied it up for Arsenal in the second half but Jack’s second proved to be the winner.
The two Levittown teams then played for the first time this season and it was Green who came out on top beating White 3-1. Lindsey McHugh, Kyle Harrington and Nolan Kaveney were the scorers for the triumphant Greens.
Ben D’Agostino gave Huntington United a first half lead over Levittown White but a goal either side of half time by Max Bloess turned it around for the Whites who held on for an exciting 2-1 victory.
BU15
Smithtown EMK enjoyed a successful afternoon winning both of their week 3 games. Dylan Ehrlich opened the scoring and Trevor Hubbard added a second in the 2-0 victory over the Outlaws White. Trevor then netted a hat trick against the Outlaws Green and Noah Rosenblatt added two in the 5-1 win.
Alan Calderon scored the only goal of an intense game as the Vikingos overcame the Outlaws White late in the second half.
The Vikingos then had to come from behind to claim a point against Whitman FC after Chris Schindler gave Whitman a second half lead. Raul Sanchez was on hand to finish clinically to ensure the Vikingos remain unbeaten so far this season.
Whitman FC’s 3-2 win over the Outlaws Green means they also stay unbeaten. Arnold Aguilera, Jayden Erickson and Steven Flores gave Whitman a 3-0 lead but late goals by Ian Kaish and Michael Kleinman for the Greens left Whitman holding on to a slender lead for the final minutes.
BU18
H Footy led three times against One Pound Fish but had to settle for a share of the points in an entertaining 4-4 draw. Carlos Godoy was on target twice for H Footy and Ethan Kraus twice for Fish.
Ian McDougal’s goal then gave STFC a 1-0 lead over H Footy but Cameron Entwhistle tied it up shortly after as the game came to life in the seconf half. Golden Boot leader Josh Yanuck won it for SWFC with a close range finish with only seconds remaining, 2-1 to SWFC the final score.
Austin Griffiths scored twice in the first half as STFC took a 2-0 lead against One Pound Fish. Two second goals by Will Nasta, the second a thumping drive to the top corner, made the final sore 4-1 in STFC’s favor.
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