The EG 10 Red boys team rolled this week To knotch a hard-fought win over the maroon team.
In the CD Girls Division, the light blue CDG1 girls were in form on Saturday, with the win 4-1 over CDG4. Goals were scored by Assiata Ayinla , Nadia Piroli and two goals by Mia Gorske. In another CD Division battle, the CD Orange Tiger Team defeated the CD 2 girls, 3-0, led by Maryorie Hernandez , Nada El Mouki and Hayley Colon , with one goal apiece. The defense was stellar with Caydance Hill, Alexandra Medina-Rosero and Carnassia Shabazz leading the way. The net duties were taken care of by Sarah Montiel to preserve the shutout. On the CDG4 team, Sofia Lora, Vamillette Romero playing well, passing to the outside helped create several good shots by Giselle Sanchez.
In action in the EB Division, the EB 2 team took the loss to the EB4 team, despite strong defensive play from David and Paul Christensen. Team support from Zack Shippy and Yousef Hasan kept team balance in play.
In the EG Division , the EG U-10 girls red team defeated the Maroon team, 2-1, to continue their winning ways. Madyson Ortiz and Natalie Reed each scored a goal assisted by Aarya Mulmi and Angelina Messina. On the defensive side of the ball Bailey Duprey, Sarahi Cruz-Cruz and Angelina Florio were strong to help seal the win. Goaltending was taken care of by Keara Chiong. In another close battle the EG 2 Warriors lost a close game, 2-1, to EG1. Niamh Chesson had the lone goal for the Warriors, while fine soccer skills were turned in by Breanna Corriea and Sydni Gayle .
In the FB Division, the Snakes played to a 6-6 tie with The FB3 orange team. For the FB 5 team goals were scored by Chase Watson, Kyle Guarino, Charles (CJ) Sutton, Jr., and Brenden Speyer. Soccer skills were on display by Dante Reynoso. In another great game, the FB2 Tigers had a strong game against the FB6 navy team.
Jaevon Masoperth, Rida Saanon and Aidan Panton each scored multiple goals, with Christopher Ramirez scoring his first of the season in the win. Ty Wilson played a strong-spirited game on defense for the Tigers.
The Elite Soccer Camps Orange Pumpkins won late Saturday morning, 3-1, against a tough Sharks team. Chloe Whelan scored the hat trick, supported by Jaelyn Beauvais leading the backline. Michelle Ceja and Annabelle Pasacreta also played well on defense, and Adelicia Parise played a great second half in goal in the win for the Elite Soccer Pumpkins.
The U-10 girls developmental travel team Blue Devils played host to Orange Saturday afternoon, falling, 2-0. Llyanna Griffith Waite played well on defense, supported by Michelle Ceja and Amanda Fagnani. Leah Boguniecki and Ana Carrillo were aggressive in the midfield, and Amyah Kelly kept Orange under pressure with her speed and high work rate.
The U-10 Westies girls developmental travel team traveled to Watertown Saturday, and despite working hard fell, 4-1. Aylin Soto scored the lone goal for the Westies, and Kayla Burt made some key saves in the net. Sophie Mazuroski showed her foot skills off, while Ashlynn Trenchard and Molly Gunning worked hard to get their team back into the game.
The Elite Soccer Camps U-11 girls travel team hosted Prospect late Saturday, falling 2-1, in a well-played game. Ava Murphy scored the goal off a volley from an Ariana Izzo corner kick. Isabelle Nagle worked hard defensively, and Olivia Trenchard was aggressive in the midfield, stifling a few Prospect attacks. Alyvia Ginsberg created a few chances, and strikers Brooke Throm and Brooke Flaherty kept the other team under pressure.