The Future Stars and Green Machine were unable to break the deadlock in the first U6 game of the day as both teams shared the points in a 0-0 draw. Green Machine soon found their scoring touch beating HBC Holland 5-1 in the next game with Jonathan Duffy scoring four times.
The Future Stars did find the net in their second game but were beaten 2-1 by HBC Germany, John Mannino and Vincent Garone with the Germany goals.
Holland also found the going tough against the Southdown Flyers as three goals by Michael Tucker and two by Jack Steinberg gave the Flyers a 5-0 victory.
Kings Park Express continued their impressive start with another two wins. Matthew Donnis scored both goals in the 2-0 win over Germany and he added four more to his total in the 6-4 victory over over the Flyers. Madison Squillacioti also scored twice for Kings Park while Jack Steinberg scored all four goals for the Flyers.
The Annoying Oranges Juniors kept their winning streak alive with two close wins in week 4. Lucas Flores and Jhordan Morada were on target in their 2-1 triumph over Elwood and both boys repeated the feat with goals in the 3-2 win over Rangers shortly after.
Celtic remain top with after another two victories. Robbie Campbell scored twice in the 3-1 win over Elwood and Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick in the 7-3 win over the HBC Crushers, Caden Veitch also netted a hat trick for the Crushers.
Two goals each from Cooper Brandt and Callan Steele helped the HBC Cruisers to a 5-2 victory over Rangers before the Crushers and Cruisers ended the day with an entertaining 3-3 tie.
Two goals each by Evan Gaumont, Sean Kozodoy and Patrick Soulias gave Arsenal a comfortable 6-0 win over HBC Spurs in the opening U10 game before Northport Thunder recorded their own 6-0 win over Spurs with Derek Vassallo scoring a hat trick.
John Oualaalou scored twice for the Thunder but they shared the points with the HBC Wildcats in a 3-3 draw, Chris Thorsen scored a hat trick for the Wildcats.
Chris scored his second hat trick of the day soon after as the Wildcats eased past Team Poland 6-0, Peter Gesell also netted twice
Chelsea split the points with Arsenal in a close game that ended 2-2 but lost their unbeaten record as the HBC Ambush beat them 2-0. Liam Lennon and Liam McDonald the goalscorers for the Ambush.
The Ambush made it two wins on the day with a 7-1 victory over Wolves, Charlie Grimonti scoring twice.
The Chargers recorded a 3-0 win over Team Poland then drew 1-1 with Wolves in the final game in the division. Ian Pomarida opened the scoring for the Chargers but Jack Gidseg leveled for Wolves.
Nico Rzehak and Kevin Nadolne scored the goals as SH Saints beat the HBC Outlaws 2-0 in the BU12/13 division opener. The Saints then gave the Uniondale Vikingos a run for their money but were unable to find an equalizer in the 3-2 loss.
The SH Sharpshooters had a good day with two victories, Pranith Gona scored twice in both games as they beat the Outlaws 5-2 then the Levittown Inferno 5-0.
The Vikingos made it eight wins out of eight with a 5-0 win over Levittown, Niko Vidal scored twice for the Vikingos.
Lucy Biblow scored the only goal as the HBC Shooting Stars recorded a 1-0 win over the Northport Dolphins to open the Girls division. The Stars were then beaten in their second game as Elizabeth Starin scored twice for the Northport Spirit in their 3-1 victory.
CSH Crushers maintained their lead at the top of the table with two victories. Teddi Carnesi and Caroline O’Rourke scored first half goals as the Crushers beat the Dolphins 2-0 and Caroline was on target twice in the 4-0 win over the Tiger Lily’s.
The HBC Blue Devils had a good day with two wins over Northport Spirit and the Tiger Lily’s. Caroline Hatough scored twice against the Spirit and Christy Maceluch twice against the Lily’s.
Sean McArdle’s hat trick wasn’t enough for the Northport Warriors as they went down 5-3 to the Tornados, Corey Phelan scored two of the goals for the Tornados. The Warriors did win in their next game with Tom Kropp scoring twice in their 4-2 victory over CSH Falcons.
Eren Ayden scored a hat trick as the Sting beat the Tornados 6-0 to stay clear at the top of the division. The final game of the day saw the Sting and the Falcons share the points in an entertaining 3-3 draw, Luke Lucklow scored twice for the Sting to stay top of the Golden Boot table and Jonathan Cosmai found the net twice for the Falcons.