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Week 4 Review


Ajax remain top of the division after two wins this week. Caiden Veitch scored twice and Angelo Lucignano once in their 3-0 win over Lazio. Angelo was on target again with the only goal of the first half against Roma. James Vohs added a second after break to make the final score 2-0.
Alex Gizzi scored a hat trick as Lazio beat Southdown Flyers 6-1 to record their first win of the season. Roma also bounced back with a victory beating the Destroyers 2-1 thanks to goals by Chris Caiazzo and Jhordan Moreira. Brett Sullivan scored for the Destroyers.
Grant Kurland scored twice for Rangers who looked like holding on for victory over the Crushers but Chris Prainito equalized with ten seconds left to complete his hat trick and make the final score 4-4.
Germany had a good week with back to back victories. Matthew Benavides scored four times and Byron Araujo twice as they beat the Destroyers 6-2. That was followed by a 3-0 win over the Crushers, Matthew was on target again scoring twice and Byron once.


Elwood started the day strongly beating Poland 6-1 thanks to hat tricks by David McCalla and Thomas Giramonti. Their second game proved tougher and they went down 6-0 against Valencia. Lennon Harrington scored a hat trick for Valencia who remain unbeaten. Zach Kaufman and Nick Kump scored for Atletico against Valencia and were level 2-2 with only minutes remaining but two late goals gave Valencia a 4-2 victory. Rajveer Gujral, Dylan Gugin and Lennon Harrington twice were the scorers for Valencia.
Arnav Kohli was on target for Wolves as they beat Poland 3-1 in an end to end game. Their second game against Atletico was another close game. Wolves led 1-0 at the half but an own goal then strikes by Alex LaSpina and Nick Verdi turned it around for Atletico who won 3-1.


Spurs got back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory over Benfica. Shane Longin gave them a first half lead then Nick Perciballi and David Lazaro added goals after the break. Chelsea also beat Benfica, David McCalla and Lennon Harrington scored twice for Chelsea before Liam Harrington added a fifth. Benfica finished strongly and replied with late goals by Jack Steel and Jaiveer Gujral, 5-2 the final score.
Yovanni Rivera scored the only goal of a close first half between Arsenal and Spurs to give Arsenal the advantage but David Lazaro finished off a nice move by Spurs to tie it up in the second half and it ended 1-1.
Colin Lennon gave Hbc Ambush the lead against Chelsea before Bryan Lizama equalized in the first half. The second half was intense with both teams going close before Bryan Lizama scored his second goal of the game to give Chelsea a 2-1 victory.
The Ambush raced into a 3-0 first half lead in their next game against Arsenal with Matthew Lange, Dylan Schnitzer and Liam Lennon finding the net. Ryan DeWitt pulled two goals back for Arsenal but Dylan Schnitzer added a fourth for the Ambush to give them a 4-2 victory.


Chris Roberts was on target twice for the Green Machine as they beat the Outlaws Green by a score of 5-1. Outlaws Green then faced South Huntington Sharpshooters and a tight first half ended 0-0. The Sharpshooter took a second half lead through Jeffrey Sorto’s goal but the Outlaws replied almost immediately with a goal by Andreas Seferian and it ended even, 1-1.
Matt Nietto gave the Green Machine the lead over the Uniondale Vikingos in an exciting encounter. Niko Vidal replied for the Vikingos before Matt Nietto restored the Green Machines’s lead. The Vikingos pressed hard for the equalizer but some excellent defending and goal line clearances in the final seconds saw the Green Machine hold on for a 2-1 triumph.
Jonathan Solar scored the only goal of the game in another close match as the Sharpshooters held on to beat the Outlaws White 1-0.
The Vikingos recovered to beat Finley 3-0 thanks to goals by Allan Calderon, Aidrian Astudillo and Niko Vidal.
Chaos recorded back to back wins with victories over The Outlaws White and Finley. Carmine De’Ieso was on target twice in the 6-1 win over the Outlaws and again in the 3-1 win over Finley, Jake Donahue and Doug Kelapire also scored for Chaos after Arnold Alfaro had given Finley the lead.


Northport Spirit beat the Tiger Lily’s 3-0 in the opening game of the girls division. Liz Starin scored twice and Mia Freire once. The Tiger Lily’s fared better in their next game sharing the points in a 1-1 tie with the Blue Devils. Ava Maiella was on target for the Tiger Lily’s and Beanna Cumella for the Devils.
The Shooting Stars took the lead against the Spirit thanks to a neat finish by Beanna Cumella. The Spirit’s Lucy Goldner tied it up shortly after and despite chances for both teams in second half it stayed 1-1.
The Shooting Stars and the Blue Devils finished the day with a scoreless tie.


The Sting Green took advantage of a slow start by United and took a three goal lead with two goals by Johnny Tucker and one by John Baccardo. Alex Marino pulled a goal back for United in the second half but Sting Green held on comfortably for the 3-1 win.
Sting Green and H Footy played a competitive game, Jordan McCoy was on target for the Sting and Steffens Mazut for H Footy. Carlos Godoy gave H Footy a 2-1 lead and that proved to be the winning goal.
Alex Marino and Gabe Quesquen each scored twice as United bounced back from their earlier defeat to beat the Sting White 6-2. H Footy won their second game 5-1 against CSH Falcons, Ronan Carroll scored two of the goals.
Eren Aydin and Rudy Salmeron both scored twice in the final game of the day as the Sting White beat the Falcons 5-1.

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