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Week 7 Review – January 27, 2018

BU18

Michael Barefield scored the first goal of the week to give Bana UO a 1-0 lead over H Footy in the BU18 division but Michael Algieri tied it up before half time for Footy. An end to end second half saw Evan Barnes give Bana their second lead when he scored from distance but Carlos Godoy brought Footy level again with a clever chip over the keeper and it ended even at 2-2.
H Footy then raced into a two goal lead against One Pound Fish courtesy of a Fish own goal and Aidan Costello’s deflected shot. Nikolai Mazut pulled one back for Fish but another deflected shot, this time from Conor Phelan, restored Footy’s two goal lead. James Cameron’s goal then made it 3-2 but soon after Carlos Godoy scored after a quick free kick to give Footy another two goal cushion. Carl Barnard scored inside the last minute for Fish but they couldn’t find an equalizer and it ended 4-3 in H Footy’s favor.
Swaz Tekkers FC dominated the first half against Bana UO and took a 5-1 lead into the half time break. Bana improved in the second half but Tekkers took the points, Jack Wetzel, Dylan Deloia and Andrew Crofts all scored twice in the 6-2 victory.
Swaz Tekkers made it two out of two with a 4-2 win over One Pound Fish, Jack Wetzel scored twice with Andrew Crofts and Will Nasta adding one each. Nikolai Mazut and Carl Barnard replied for Fish.

BU10

Colby Konisberger gave the Southdown Flyers a 1-0 lead a minute before half time against the Destroyers in the division’s opening game. That proved to be the winning goal as both teams failed to score in an even second half.
The Flyers took the lead in their second game against Harborfields Barca when James Fitzpatrick scored but Barca hit back and a goal either side of half time by Brian Fuentes saw Barca take the points winning 2-1.
The Destroyers led twice against Chaos. Max Bernier and Declan O’Donnell scored the goals but Chaos came back each time and goals by Sam Dinstell and Jenna Kozodoy plus a hat trick by Golden Boot leader Grant Kurland saw Chaos win 5-2.
Sam Dinstell netted twice for Chaos against Barca who had drawn level in the first half through Justin Valencia. Grant Kurland added a third for Chaos who ended up 3-1 victors.

BU12/13

Peter Leavy and Ted Leavy scored early goals for CSH Vipers in their game with Super Sane Smithtown. Alex Tylar struck twice to bring Smithtown level before Ian Smith hooked the ball in to regain the lead for the Vipers. Alex completed his hat trick shortly after and an entertaining game ended all square at 3-3.
A first half goal by Lennon Harrington was enough to see Spurs take the points against the Vipers 1-0. Sawyer Diamond was the man of the match in the Spurs goal saving everything that came his way.
Valencia and Smithtown played another close game that was eventually settled by Golden Boot leader Alex Tyler. His close range finish mid way through the second half was the only goal of the game.
HB Spurs and HBC Revolution then played another one goal game, this time it was Thomas Kaler who broke the deadlock in the second half to give Revolution the 1-0 victory.
Emerson Soriano, Bryan Chevez and Logan Day all scored for the Revolution as they ended the day with a second win, this time 3-0 over Valencia.

BU11

Cody Tannenbaum opened the scoring for Celtic in their game with CSH Outlaws but a Zach Schnitzer hat trick and a goal by Matthew Ferranti swung the game in the Outlaws favor and they took the points in a 4-2 win.
The Outlaws started their next game strongly and took an early two goal lead over Liverpool thanks to goals by Max Carino and Zach Schnitzer. Lennon Harrington pulled one back before the break for Liverpool and Dylan Gugin tied it up 3 minutes into the second half. Lennon Harrington then scored his second and Liverpool’s third and they held on for the 3-2 victory.
Jonathan Morales scored twice as Celtic defeated Juventus 4-0, Matt Bender and Grant Kurland completed the scoring.
Liverpool had a comfortable win over the Sounders, Lennon Harrington scored four times, Dylan Gugun twice and Nick Kump once in the 7-1 score line. Nate Vorhees scored for the Sounders.
The Sounders soon recovered and beat Juventus 2-0 in a close game. Carter Hendrickson broke the deadlock in the first half and Matthew Horyczun added one after the break.

BU9

HBC Chelsea enjoyed two convincing wins in the BU9 division. Jake Marcus was on target twice in the 6-1 win over the Bulls and then scored five in the 7-1 victory against the Bears. Chase Podlas, Gavin Paterniani and Eli Solinsky all scored two each on the day for Chelsea.
Jack Hochheiser scored a hat trick for the Bulls against Ajax but it wasn’t enough to earn a point for his team as Elijah Prywes scored four times and Daniel Chung twice in a 6-3 win for Ajax.
Ajax then made it two wins with a 3-1 triumph over the Bears. Leo Sternschein equalized for the Bears after Daniel Chung had given Ajax a first half lead but two Elijah Prywes strikes secured victory for Ajax.

GU12/13

Amanda Paci scored twice for the CSH Wrecking Balls in their 4-1 win over HBC Mighty Tigers. A close first half ended 1-1 when Julia Gervase tied it up for the Tigers but second half goals by Stella Quilty and Victoria Waters along with Amanda’s second saw CSH come out on top.
Grace Abadamarco then gave CSH a 1-0 lead over league leaders SH Herricanes but Kathleen O’Mara evened it up shortly after. The teams couldn’t be separated in a tight second half and it ended 1-1.
The Legends were missing some regulars and it showed as they lost both of their week 7 games. Julia Gervase and Ana Tagliento scored twice in the HBC’s 6-0 victory, Brooke Cheskes and Sophia Winger also netted.
The Herricanes then finished the day with a 7-1 victory, Megan Rankel hit a hat trick, Britney Cisneros and Hannah O’Neil scored two each with Jillian Panos replying for the Legends.

BU13/14

Max Bloess scored late in the first half to give Levittown White the lead over Chelsea FC. Will Darius added a second after the break as the Whites deservedly won 2-0.
HBC Arsenal took the lead against Levittown White thanks to a Bryan Lizama’s header just before the break. JD Decima tied it up for the Whites but Brandon Cruz gave Arsenal the lead and a second from Bryan Lizama wrapped it up for Arsenal, 3-1 the final score.
Chelsea FC dominated the first half against Benfica scoring four times without reply. Lennon Harrington netted twice after Liam Harrington’s opener and Brent Starkey hit the fourth. A closer second half saw Nick Castellano pull a goal back for Benfica but Matteo Mazzilli finished the scoring by making it 5-1 to Chelsea.
Arsenal and Huntington United played a competitive first half with Ben Koch equalizing with the last kick of the half after Bryan Lizama gave Arsenal an early lead. United turned it up a notch in the second half and Kevin Rankel scored before Dylan Thody hit four goals. Jose Bautista and Ryan Schiff were on target for Arsenal but it ended 6-3 in United’s favor.
Benfica and Levittown Green played one of the more exciting games of the day but somehow neither team managed to find the net. Jesse Lynch in the Benfica goal and Dylan in the Levittown goal made multiple saves to keep it tied at 0-0 as  both teams missed good chances late on to win it.
Huntington United were too strong for Levittown Green in the final game in the division and a Ben Koch hat trick and two goals by Dylan Thody gave them a 5-0 victory.

BU15

Smithtown EMK had two hard fought victories in the BU15 division. Sean Fitzgerald and Nico Rzehak were on target in the 2-0 win over Outlaws Green then Trevor Hubbard found the net twice against Outlaws White in the 3-0 victory, Noah Rosenblatt added the third.
Whitman FC were soon in control over the Outlaws Green and a Jayden Erickson hat trick helped them to a 4-0 triumph, Chris Schindler also found the net.
The Vikingos dominated against the Outlaws White with Raul Sanchez and Adrian Astudillo each scoring twice. Alan Calderon and Alex Cardenas also netted in the 6-0 win.
The Vikingos and Whitman FC went head to head in the days final game with both teams looking to lock up a first place finish. Vikingos struck first through Adrian Astudillo but Whitman were soon level when Sebastian Koch scored. A tense second half produced plenty of action but no goals and it ended 1-1 meaning Whitman FC finish as the top seed. Next weeks play offs should be exciting!

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