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Long Island, NY

Week 3 Review

Weekly Review……..



The Rockets got off to a flying start in their opening game against the St. Elizabeth Lightning. Hayley McGowan scored an early goal and Enzo Pupillo made 2-0 before half time. The Rockets kept up the pressure in the second half and Hayley McGowan made it three from close range. Enzo Pupillo then scored his second to give the Rockets a 4-0 win.

The Lightning then played the Great White Sharks who were in search of their first win of the season. Alex Braunstein’s goal got the Sharks off to a great start and shortly after Jesse Demetriou doubled their advantage. Hayden Rochler pulled one back for the Lightning but it wasn’t enough and the Sharks took the points with a 2-1 victory.

Chelsea then brought the Rockets back down to earth by beating them 4-0. Finn McCloskey opened the scoring and second half goals from Leo Palumbo, David McCalla and JJ Voyard followed.

In their second game the Great White Sharks played the league leaders, St. Elizabeth Thunder. Both teams went close but found goals hard to come by. Patrick Soulias scored for the Lightning and it proved decisive as they won it 1-0.

Dix Hills overcame Chelsea in their opening game by a score of 4-1. Golden Boot leader Tyler Varlack opened the scoring and Gavin Wisotsky made it two not long after. Jason Kaiser pulled one back for Chelsea after a goalmouth scramble but another goal each for Tyler Varlock and Gavin Wisotsky put the game out of reach.

Dix Hills were hoping to inflict a first loss on St. Elizabeth Thunder in the final game of the day but the Thunder came out strong and two goals from Hayden Rochler and one from Luca Crimi gave them a 3-1 win and two more points. Tyler Varlock got the Dix Hills goal to take his tally to ten for the season.

After three weeks of play the Thunder are still top with their 100% record, Chelsea are now four points behind in second place.

Girls U11/12

New Hyde Park Firecats were looking to continue their fine start to the season and did so in their opening game against the CSH Storm. Logan Ward took the spotlight with her first hat trick of the season. Lauren Wasserman and Emily Rose added one goal apiece in the 5-0 win.

The Storm came out determined to make amends in their next game against South Huntington France and took the lead with a Sam Reim goal. France rallied and goals from Mariah Boyle and Daniel Kleet gave them the lead before Claire Futter equalized for the Storm, 2-2 the final score.

The NHP Firecats were then pushed all the way by the HBC Force. An even first half produced some good soccer but no goals as the teams went in scoreless at the break. Both teams attacked in the second half looking for a winner and it was Logan Ward who continued her scoring streak by getting the all important goal for the Firecats. HBC pressed but couldn’t find the net as the Firecats collected another two points with a 1-0 victory, also maintaining their proud record of having conceded no goals so far this season.

Daniel Kleet scored her sixth goal of the season as South Huntington France beat the Northport Surf 2-0. Jesse Boyle was also on target to leave the Surf still in search of their first win.

HBC Force recovered from their earlier loss with a convincing 3-0 win over South Huntington USA. Kate Raptis scored the only goal of the first half with a left footed drive to the corner. She added two more in the second half to complete a fine hat trick as the Force finished the day on a high.

In the final game of the day South Hunt. USA needed to beat Northport Surf to remain in second place. Meghan Soulias gave USA the lead but Alexa Pizzonia leveled for the Surf and the points were shared in a 1-1 draw.

After six games the Firecats have opened up a five point lead at the top, South Huntington France are now in second place on seven points.


In a fast and physical opening game South Huntington Barca and Jericho Revolution went head to head. Clear chances were few and far between and it was no surprise that one goal decided the game, Jericho the victors 1-0 thanks to a Tyley Glovin strike.

Barca came out blazing in their next game eager to put the disappointment of the previous game behind them. Brian Valencia and Gabe Quesquen gave them a 2-0 half time lead over South Huntington Real Madrid in the ‘Coindre Hall El Classico’. As Barca tired the Real Madrid boys eased their way back into the game and the trusty left foot of Jayvin Coto hammered in a hat trick to give Madrid a 3-2 victory making it a miserable day for Barca who started the day in second place.

The league leading Z20 Jackals were hoping to maintain their 100% record but started slowly against Jericho Revolution. An early goal from Todd Pearlman then a direct free kick from Noah Greenbaum gave Jericho a 2-0 lead at the break. Jericho grew in confidence and further goals from Matt Masheb, Peter Deplis and another from Todd Pearlman stunned the Jackals as Jericho cruised to a 5-0 victory. Their impressive form continued into their next game as they shut out South Huntington Real Madrid 4- 0. There was to be no comeback this time for Madrid as Zach Caspe, Todd Pearlman, Matt Masheb and Noah Greenbaum all found the net for the Revolution.

The Z20 Jackals got back on track with a 7-1 demolition of the Vortex. Luke Karen scored twice, the second a glancing header, and Kevin Gulizio twice. The Jackals and the Revolution are now level on ten points at the top of the table.

The CSH Comets beat the HBC Angels 6-0 thanks to a Sergei Brower hat trick. Evan Lubarch scored twice and Matt Shooshtary once to complete the scoring. The Comets made it two for two with a 1-0 victory over the HBC Diablos. Both keepers made numerous saves in a close encounter, the only goal coming from the foot of Sergei Brower.

The Vortex turned things around and a Thomas Witthuhn hat trick helped them to a 5-0 triumph over the HBC Angels. Ryan Glazier and Zach Himmel were also on target for the Vortex.

The HBC Angels and the HBC Diablos shared the points in the division’s final game of the day. An end to end game looked like ending scoreless until Luke McNamara’s shot found its way into the corner to give the Diablos the lead. With only a minute left on the clock Taylor Sachs’ powerful drive tied the score at 1-1 and gave the Angels a deserved point.


Oyster Bay and POB Cyclones played an entertaining game in the GU16/17 ‘round robin’. Samantha Sullivan gave Oyster Bay the lead but Keegan Cassidy, guesting for the Cyclones, tied it up. Erin Allen restored the lead before Keegan leveled a second time. A goal from Rebecca Layne and a second from Erin Allen made the final score 4-2 to Oyster Bay.

The Cyclones then played Elwood and took an early lead through Amanda Miller’s goal. Danielle Christiano made it 2-0 before Marina Schmidt pulled one back for Elwood. Amanda Miller scored again for the Cyclones and it finished 3-1.

Oyster Bay dominated their game against Elwood with Erin Allen and Danielle Coccia both netting twice. Goals from Melissa Albanese and Samantha Sullivan made the final score 6-0.


There were goals galore in the boys U15/16 division as the forwards had a good day and the defenders one to forget. CSH Renegades took the lead against the Warriors when Alex Dagostino scored with an excellent volley. The lead was short lived and the Warriors raced into a 3-1 lead thanks to goals from Jeff Sully, Wilson Martinez and Alexis Higuera. Derek Nugent’s goal brought the Renegades to within one of the Warriors but another from Jeff Sully wrapped up the points, 4-2 the final score.

The Warriors then played Bayshore Falcons who took the lead when Douglas Castro reacted quickly in the box. It was pretty much one way traffic after that as the Warriors fired in seven goals. Jeff Sully scored a hat trick and Nick Tonks chipped in with two, 7-2 the end result.

Bayshore Dynasty and the CSH Renegades played a fast and furious game, Douglas Castro giving the Dynasty the lead just before half time. It stayed that way until late in the game when two individual goals by Josh Canales gave the Renegades the advantage. The Dynasty had the last word though as Alejandro Juarez fired in the equalizer to make it 2-2 .

Juventus made it a bad day for the Bayshore Falcons as Jerry Tobar and Chris Fuschetto both scored hat tricks in the 7-2 victory. Juventus then came up against the Bayshore Dynasty, this proved to be a much closer game with both teams finding goals hard to come by. A Matt Vandenberg goal for the Dynasty was all that separated the teams at half time. A scramble in the box allowed Chris Fuschetto an easy tap in to tie it up for Juventus but the Dynasty were not to be denied as Matt Vandenberg played a quick free kick into the path of Alejandro Juarez who fired home the winner, 2-1 the final score.

After 6 games it’s tight at the top. The Warriors lead the table with nine points, the Dynasty are second on eight with Juventus third on seven.


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