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Week 5 Review – January 13, 2018

Weekly Review….Week 5

BU10

Southdown Flyers scored the first goal of the week when Jack Steinberg gave them the lead over Chaos. Gale Kurland tied it up for Chaos but Will Donaghy scored to give the Flyers a 2-1 lead at the half.
A tense second half saw Emma Wilk score a second equalizer for Chaos and it ended all even at 2-2.
Jack and Will were on Target again in the Flyers’ next game as they took a 2-0 lead into the half time break against the Destroyers. Jesse Giavacco pulled a goal back but it wasn’t enough and the Flyers held on for the 2-1 victory.
Harborfields Barca and Chaos played a competitive game but were unable to break the deadlock, chances came and went and the points were shared in the 0-0 tie.
Justin Valencia’s clinical finishing was the difference between Barca and the Destroyers. He scored all three in Barca’s 3-1 victory.

BU12/13

Super Sane Smithtown raced into a two goal lead over the CSH Vipers in the opening game of the BU12/13 division.
Luke Hunsucker and Alex Tylar scored before Dante Salgado pulled one back for the Vipers. Nick Kondenar extended Smithtowns lead soon after and there was still time for Ian Smith to score for the Vipers to make it 3-2 at half time. The second half was less free scoring with Smithtown benefiting from an own goal to make the final score 4-2.
Two first half goals by Lennon Harrington were enough to see Spurs collect the points in a 2-0 win over the Vipers.
Smithtown then made it two wins out of two with a comfortable 6-1 victory over Valencia, Alex Tylar scored a hat trick, Luke Hunsucker twice and Sam Mastrangelo once.
HBC Revolution won for the first time this season thanks to first half goals by Thomas Kaler and Malone Reardon. Lennon Harrington pulled one back in the second half for Spurs but Revolution held on for the 2-1 win.
Valencia picked up a victory in a tight game with the Revolution, Ben Selmer squeezed a shot in from a tight angle and it proved to be the games only goal.

BU11

Nate Vorhees’ deflected shot opened the scoring for the Sounders in their game with HBC Juventus. Kale Hobbs tied it up shortly after but second half strikes by Carter Hendrickson and Matthew Horyczum saw the Sounders win 3-1.
Tyler Lieberman netted twice for Celtic as they beat Juventus 4-0, Grant Kurland and Jeffrey Flores completed the scoring.
Liverpool took the points in an open game with the Sounders,  Dylan Gugin scored a hat trick in the 5-2 victory.
Tyler Lieberman scored again for Celtic and Jonathan Morales was also on the score sheet against the CSH Outlaws but Max Carino and Luca Mazzilli replied for the Outlaws making it 2-2. Both teams went in search of victory and two late Colin Lennon goals secured it for the Outlaws who came out on top 4-2.
Liverpool soon got into their stride against the Outlaws and a first half hat trick by Lennon Harrington helped them to a 5-2 half time lead. More goals followed after the break with Liverpool eventually winning 8-3. Dylan Gugin and Nick Kump each scored twice for Liverpool.

BU9

Giankarlos Bracero and Jake Marcus both hit the net twice in Chelsea’s 5-3 victory over Ajax, Michael Carrasco added the other goal in an entertaining game.
Chelsea then dominated against the Harborfields Bulls and Max Marcus scored four times in the 6-0 win.
Elijah Prywes and Daniel Chung scored for Ajax in their game against the Harborfields Bears but goals by Owen Guddemi and Joey Serventi evened it up for the Bulls. Elijah settled the game in the final seconds converting a penalty kick to give Ajax an exciting 3-2 win.
The Bulls and Bears played the division’s final game and it was the Bears who came out on top. Jack Hochheiser scored twice for the Bulls but two Joey Serventi strikes and one by Owen Guddemi helped the Bears on their way to a 3-2 victory.

GU12/13

Stella Quilty scored for the CSH Wrecking Balls in their game against the Legends but that was the only goal the Wrecking Balls managed and it was the Legends who came out on top 4-1. Kailyn MacKay scored twice and Kayleigh Bender once before Denise Murtaugh smashed the ball in from close range!
SH Herricanes remain unbeaten after five weeks of play and look like being the top seed in week 8’s play-offs.
Kathleen O’Mara and Britney Cisneros gave them a two goal half time lead over the Wrecking Balls but Emmy Evans pulled a goal back after the break and an exciting finale saw Amanda Paci level for CSH with only seconds remaining to make the final score 2-2.
Brooke Cheskes was on target twice and Caleigh Phelan once as the HBC Mighty Tigers recorded a 3-1 win over the Legends but their next game proved to be a lot tougher as Meredith Bodie and Britney Cisneros each scored hat tricks for the Herricanes who won 7-1.

BU13/14

Huntington United and HBC Arsenal played a competitive game with plenty of action at both ends. Ryan Gannon and Ben D’Agostino twice gave United the lead but Bryan Lizama tied it up once in the first half and then a second time with only 40 seconds remaining. Straight from the resulting kick off United pushed forward and Josh Chandra hit an unstoppable drive to win it at the death for United, 3-2.
Another close game followed as Chelsea FC took an early lead against Huntington United when Adrian Garcia finished at the back post. Ben Koch leveled for United soon after then Dylan Thody scored from close range to give United the lead. Luca Mazzilli then got free inside the box and scored for Chelsea to make it 2-2 at the break. A tight second half saw both keepers make important saves to keep their teams in it and it and it ended all square, 2-2.

Levittown White got off to a Flying start against Arsenal and were 4-1 up by half time. They added two more in the second half to record a 6-1 victory. Kyle Harrington scored four times and Max Bloess twice in a comfortable win.

Chelsea and Benfica were both missing players for their game and an end to game finished with Benfica winning their first game of the season. Lennon Harrington scored twice and Liam Harrington once but Goals by Patrick Soulias, David Lazaro and two by Bryan Lizama won it for Benfica.

The two Levittown teams battled it out next and honors ended even. Kyle Harrington scored for Green but Ryan Carmody tied it up for the White and it finished 1-1.

Benfica then won for a second time beating Levittown Green 4-1.

 

BU15

 

The BU15 division has provided some close competitive games so far and week 5 was no different. Vikingos had to come back twice against the Outlaws White to claim a 2-2 draw. Ian Kaish and Kyle Gallagher scored for the Whites but each time Raul Sanchez hit back with a goal for the Vikingos.

Whitman FC and the Vikingos played next and after a goalless first half it was Whitman FC who broke through. Arnold Aguilera scored and shortly after it was 2-0 after a defensive mix up caused a Vikingos own goal. Alan Calderon pulled a late goal back but Whitman held on to inflict a first defeat of the season on the Vikingos.

Kyle Gallagher, Ian Kaish, Pat Ahearn and Ben Higgins all scored as the Outlaws White beat Smithtown EMK 4-2.

Whitman FC completed a good day by coming out on top 2-1 for a second time against Outlaws Green. Peter Human and Arnold Aguilera scored the all important goals.

Smithtown finished the day with a victory beating the Outlaws Green 2-1.  Aubrey and Dylan Ehrlich were on target in another closely fought match.

 

BU18

 

Jack Wetzel’s close range finish gave Swaz Tekkers FC a 1-0 half time lead over H Footy. Footy recovered after the break and tied it up late on and it ended even at 1-1.

Mike Algeri scored two excellent individual goals to give H Footy the points against One Pound Fish. Danny Zihal pulled one back for Fish but Footy held on for the 2-1 victory.

Swaz Tekkers were always on top in their game with Bana UO and a Sean McArdle’s hat trick helped them on their way to a 5-0 triumph.

Eddie Serwan gave Bana a 1-0 lead over Fish in the division’s final game but two strikes by Danny Zihal turned the game around in the Fish’s favor and they came out on top 2-1.

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