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Week 3 Review



The two HBC teams went head to head in the opening game of the BU8 division. Everton started brightly and were twice denied by the crossbar in the opening exchanges, CJ Marino and Sebastian Lippman both going close early on. Milan hit back and took the lead when Liam Harrington’s shot found the top corner. Gavin Wisotsky hit the post before doubling Milan’s lead with a low drive. The second half was end to end with the only goal coming again from Gavin Wisotsky making the final score 3-0 in Milan’s favor.

CSH Warriors recorded their first win of the summer season with a hard fought victory over Elwood Stars. Lucas Sheridan gave them a first half lead and that was enough to secure the points. The Stars laid siege to the Warriors goal in the second half but keeper Michael Ferante made a string of important saves to make sure of the 1-0 victory.

FC Sesa stay joint top with a third straight win, this time over Syosset Red. Zach Finkelstein gave the Red’s the lead but Sesa replied with goals by Jayden Meija and Alen Redzematovic. Zach Noll evened the score up for Syosset but late goals by Joseph Meija and a Alen Redzematovic made the final score 4-2 to Sesa.


Northport Royals went into half time with a 5-1 lead over the Dix Hills Gummy Bears. The Bears stepped it up in the second half, Rebecca Witkiewicz completed her hat trick and Chastain Cassidy scored to make it 5-4 but the Royals got the last two goals of the game to make the final score 7-4. Natalie McKenna and Kiera Buckley each scored twice and Keira Sammis, Casey Koneig & Marryn Gruhn had one apiece for the Royals.

Life Elite ’05 led 2-0 at half time against Massapequa Attitudes thanks to goals by Sabrina Abante and Ashley Pantano. The Attitudes pulled one back after the break when Bridget Murphy ran from her own half before slipping the ball past the Elite keeper but they couldn’t add to it and Elite held on for the 2-1 victory.


Stonybrook Bayern and South Hunt. Sharpshooters played the only BU12 game of the week and it was Bayern who came out on top with a second consecutive win. Brennan Foster scored his second hat trick of the season and Jack Dunn scored once in the 4-0 triumph.


The only girls U10 game to be played this week was between the CSH Crushers and Uniondale Panteras. The Crushers had the better of the first half and led through a goal by Meredith McPharlin but the Panteras replied with a goal by Ashley Hernandez and despite chances for both teams the game ended 1-1. The Life Elite ’03 v South Hunt. Stars match was a victim of the weather and will be played at a later date.


South Huntington Sledgehammers and Uniondale Leones played an exciting game in the BU13/14 division. Meghan O’Donnell gave the ‘Hammers a 1-0 lead midway through the first half with a strike from the edge of the penalty area. The Leones were awarded a penalty kick in the second half after a South Huntington defender handled the ball but ‘keeper Corey Pearlman stopped the kick to preserve the ‘Hammers lead. Chris Guevera then made it 2-0 with a good finish at the near post before David Calix scored for the Leones when he expertly lifted the ball over the advancing keeper. The Leones pressed for the equalizer but it wasn’t to be and the ‘Hammers took the points with a 2-1 victory.


Hbc Napoli and Hbc Madrid played the day’s first BU7 game and it was Madrid who came away with the points. Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick and Dylan Paul and Chris Walker added one each in the 5-0 victory.

Kings Park Xtreme and Hbc Crew went goal crazy in their game scoring fifteen goals between them! Alex Squillacioti scored seven times in the 9-6 triumph. Jake Hutter and Christian Hall were also on target for the Xtreme. Blake Donahue scored four times for the Crew with Jake Hatton and Julia Rombaldi also finding the net.

Plainedge Bulldogs stay top of the table after a 5-1 win over Syosset Madrid. AJ Gulino scored a hat trick and Alex Kataounis twice to maintain the Bulldogs 100% record. Myles Nevins scored Madrid’s only goal.


Dix Hills Gunners made it three wins out of three with a 4-0 victory over Syosset White. Jeffrey Wilson, Ian Alper, Aidan Kolbe and Chris Thorsen all on target.

HBC Arsenal raced into a four goal lead before half time against Syosset Red. Geral Cortez opened the scoring with a confident strike before Alexander Proniewski, Ryan Meyer and Sean Kozodoy all added goals. Ethan Hart pulled a goal back for Syosset but HBC’s Liam Harrington and Mikey Kline added further goals to make the final score 6-1.

Kings Park Arsenal also picked up three points in their game against Commack Fury. Kevin Webb, Danny Friedman, James Straan and Mikey Stiskin all finding the net in the 4-1 victory. Gavin Rothschild scored for the Fury.


A CJ Marino hat trick helped Liverpool on their way to victory over the CSH Vikings. Gavin Wisotsky was also on target in the 4-2 win, Ben Higgins and Sean Grogan replied for the Vikings. The win keeps Liverpool joint top with the Annoying Oranges.

HBC Smash had a good day recording their second win of the season. Sean Phillips scored a hat trick and Jason Demianczyk netted twice in a 5-2 victory over HbC City. Nico Corea added two goals to his tally for City.

Wilmer Flores was another player to score a hat trick, his goals coming in a 6-1 win for the Annoying Oranges over HBC Spurs. Enzo Pupillo scored twice and Gavin Kata once as the Oranges joined Liverpool on seven points. Hunter Scimone scored for the Spurs.


Impact FC and Hauppague both won their week three games to stay level at the top of the GU13/14 division on seven points. The Impact had a comfortable win over South Huntington Falcons, Taylor Regansburger and Gabby Cacciola each scored twice and Ariana Dimitakis once in the 5-0 victory.

A close game between the Hempstead EOC Lady Panthers and Hauppague produced plenty of action but only one goal, Lauren Haggerty scoring the winner for Hauppague.


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