Adam Debus gave One Pound Fish a 1-0 half time lead in the opening game against Bana UO. Bana came to life in the second half and Eddie Serwan tied it up before Jimmy Desantis gave them the lead after a quick free kick. Michael Barefield wrapped it up with the last kick of the game to make it 3-1 to Bana.
Two early goals by Will Kelly and Adam Costa gave H Footy a 2-0 advantage against One Pound Fish and it proved to be enough as both teams failed to add to the score line.
Swaz Tekkers FC and Bana UO played next and it was another game that erupted after the break. Will Nasta scored the only goal of the first half to give Tekkers the lead but shortly after the restart Michael Barefield and Eddie Serwan turned it around with goals for Bana. Zach Himmel equalized almost immediately for Tekkers before Michael Barefield scored the goal of the night when his ‘Rabona’ shot flew into the corner of the net. It was a goal worthy of winning any game but it wasn’t to be as Will Nasta fed Austin Borina who slotted the ball home to make it 3-3 then Will hammered a low drive into the bottom corner to win it for the Tekkers 4-3.
Tekkers found themselves behind again when Will Kelly scored for H Footy. Carlos Godoy’s strike then went in off the underside of the bar to give Footy a 2-0 lead but two Will Nasta goals and one by Dylan Deloia completed another comeback for the Tekkers who held on for the 3-2 victory.
Gale Kurland gave Chaos a 1-0 half time lead against Harborfields Barca in the opening BU10 game. Allie Alloggiamento added another after the break and Grant Kurland scored twice as Chaos recorded an impressive 4-0 victory.
Barca improved in their next game and took the lead against the Destroyers when Justin Valencia scored. Noah Delello tied it up for the Destroyers mid way through the second half but a late Carlos Morales strike gave Barca the 2-1 win.
Ashley Pelliccione kept her second clean sheet of the day in the Chaos goal as they again won 4-0, this time beating the Southdown Flyers. Sam Dinstell and Allie Alloggiamento were on target and Grant Kurland added another two to move top of the Golden Boot Table.
The Flyers beat the Destroyers 1-0 in the divisions final game of the day. James Fitzpatrick’s first half goal was enough to secure the points as both defenses held tight in an even second half.
John Tsoumpas scored the only goal of a tight first half for CSH Vipers against HBC Revolution in the division’s opening game. Revolution pressed after the break and were rewarded with a minute remaining when Ryan Chavez equalized to make the final score 1-1.
Super Sane Smithtown extended their lead at the top of the table winning beating HBC Revolution 3-0 then Spurs 1-0. Gavin Reis scored twice and Thomas Natale once in the game against the Revolution then a Luke Hunsucker drive in the first thirty seconds against Spurs proved to be the winning goal in a closely fought game.
The Vipers remain second after beating Valencia 5-2. John Tsoumpas scored twice as the Vipers pulled away after the break after a close first half.
Valencia then led Spurs 1-0 at half time thanks to Christian Alvizures’ strike but Spurs upped their game after the break and a Carlos Banegas hat trick and a goal by Luciano Stanco gave them a convincing 4-1 victory.
Celtic left it late as they beat the Sounders 2-1 in the BU11 division’s opening game. Grant Kurland’s goal separated the teams at the half but the Sounders leveled early in the second half when Carter Hendrickson’s shot found the net. Both teams pressed for the winner and it came courtesy of Matt Bender with only one minute remaining.
Byron Arajo netted twice as Celtic then beat Liverpool 4-1 to move clear at the top of the table.
Liverpool recovered and beat HBC Juventus in their next game, Gale Kurland and Nick Kump each scored twice after Thomas Carluccio’s opener in the 5-1 victory. Kale Hobbs replied for Juventus.
CSH Outlaws and the Sounders shared the points in a 2-2 draw. Braydon Vitagliano and Michael Brandine were on target for the Outlaws with Josh Bohlem and Matt Horyczun evening it up for the Sounders.
Juventus soaked up some pressure before taking the lead against the Vipers. Grant Kurland was brought down in the box and converted the resulting penalty kick but the Outlaws hit straight back and tied it thanks to a Josh Stimpfl goal.
Colin Lennon gave the Vipers a 2-1 lead mid way through the second half but Brian Canales equalized on a breakaway with two minutes left and it ended 2-2.
Chelsea and Ajax played a nine goal thriller in the BU9 opener. Two Elijah Prywes goals gave Ajax a 2-0 lead but Chelsea turned it around with three straight goals to go 3-2 ahead. Ajax then scored twice through Jason Kobos and Elijah to regain the lead but two late goals swung the game back in Chelsea’s favor and they held on for the 5-4 victory. Jake Marcus scored once with Joseph Gizzi and Eli Solinsky netting twice each for Chelsea, Eli’s second proving to be the winner.
Ajax bounced back and another two goals by Elijah Prywes were followed by a Daniel Chung hat trick in the 5-0 win over the Harborfields Bulls.
Chelsea made it two wins out of two with a comfortable 7-1 triumph over Harborfields Bears. Gavin Paterniani scored four times before Jake Marcus added a late hat trick, Owen Guddemi scored for the Bears.
The Bulls and Bears played another tight game against each with the Bulls coming out on top this time. Joey Serventi’s two strikes weren’t enough for the Bears as two Jake Larocco goals and one from Jack Hochheiser made it 3-2 to the Bulls.
HBC Mighty Tigers enjoyed an impressive victory over the CSH Wrecking Balls. Julia Gervase was on target twice and McKenzie Coleman once in the 3-0 win.
Emmy Evans then gave the Wrecking Balls a half time lead over the Legends but second half goals by Neha Rathore and Jillian Panos gave the Legends the points in the 2-1 victory.
South Huntington Herricanes guaranteed themselves the number one seed in the play offs with two convincing wins over the Mighty Tigers and the Legends. Golden Boot leader Britney Cisneros and Kathleen O’Mara each scored twice against the Tigers in the 5-0 victory then Britney added a hat trick to her total against the Legends in a second 5-0 win.
Levittown Green and HBC Arsenal shared four first half goals in an end to end BU13/14 game. Andrew Stanco and Jason Benitez brought Arsenal level twice after Ryan Carmody’s two goals for the Greens. Levittown went ahead a third time after the break and this time held onto the lead adding two more to win 5-2, Max Bloess, Nolan Kaveney and Jack Longobucco were all on target.
David Lazaro scored for Benfica against Arsenal but two goals by Jason Benitez and one by Bryan Lizama saw Arsenal take a 3-1 lead early in the second half. Benfica rallied and strikes by Christian Lizama and Aidan Brancaccio brought them level and the points were shared in a 3-3 tie.
Jack Longobucco gave Levittown Green a 1-0 half time lead over Chelsea but an improved second half display from Chelsea saw them score three straight to take a two goal lead. Brent Starkey, Adrian Garcia and Matteo Mazzilli all netted before Max Bloess pulled a late goal back for the Greens. 3-2 the final score.
Huntington United were too strong for Benfica and a hat trick by Ben Koch and two goals from Dylan Thody saw them win 5-0.
Levittown White took an early two goal lead over Chelsea, Nolan Kaveney scored twice before Chelsea pulled one back before half time. Chelsea benefited from an unfortunate own goal to tie it up 2-2 after the break and Brent Starkey completed the comeback scoring the winner with four minutes left to play.
Levittown White then produced an impressive performance to beat leaders Huntington United 4-1. A Kyle Harrington hat trick and a goal by JP Decima stopped any chance of a comeback after Ben Koch had briefly made it 2-1 with a goal for United.
The Vikingos started strongly and ended up 5-0 winners against the Outlaws Green. Justin Mendez and Sebastian Blass both scored twice and Adrian Astuddillo added one.
Dan Costello hit a hat trick for Outlaws White against Outlaws Green but Thomas Pitvik scored five times for the Greens! Thomas’ fifth was the games final goal and tied it up at 6-6.
Raul Sanchez gave the Vikingos a 1-0 lead over Smithtown EMK but a confident Smithtown hit back with two Sean Fitzgerald goals and one by Anthony Defelice to take a 3-1 lead into the half time break. An entertaining second half followed but neither team were able to hit the net and Smithtown held on for the victory.
Steven Flores netted twice for Whitman FC in their 4-0 win over the Outlaws White then Arnold Aguilera gave them the lead in the days final game against Smithtown EMK. Anthony Defelice hammered in an equalizer from close range as the teams reached the break all square at 1-1. Trevor Hubbard’s low drive gave Smithtown a 2-1 lead and Trevor added his second and Smithtowns third shortly after to hand Whitman their first defeat of the season, 3-1 the final score.