This past Saturday the Stowes Seafood Warriors were defeated by the Elsie Encarnnacion State Farms All Stars, 5-1. Gianna DePino did an impressive job on offense and defense as she pursued her opponents, dribbled, and passed the ball throughout the game. Natalya Gordon repeatedly blocked the advance of the opposing team and passed the ball successfully to her teammates. Aurora Chevalier defended the goal and helped direct her defense line during the first half of the game. For the All Stars, Chelsea Hernandez Fortin scored three goals, and Sarahi Cruz Cruz and RoshelleChumpitaz contributed the other two. Sophia Brito and Marilyn Suchite-Henostroza played good on defense.
Falcone Law Firm played WH Professional Firefighters, with the Lawyers coming out on top, 9-8. The defense stayed strong behind the play of Jason Portillo, Selim Baydar, and goalie Adrian Stewart. Enderson Samaniego assisted on Joshua Roman’s goal, with Ahmad Abdulkarem, and Michael Villagomez scoring as well. For the Firefighters, a great game was played by Paul Christensen, James and Carlos Bazar, Joe Sperry, Jr, Isaiah Boyd, and Jayden Williams. Baybrook Remodelers and Wizard Painting worked their way to a 3-3 draw, while Milano & Wanat defeated the West Haven Police Local 895, 1-0.
The Frankie’s of West Haven Light Blue Jays continued their winning ways on Saturday with a 6-1 defeat of Dr. R. Mark Pappas Gold. The Blue Jays got to work early with four fantastic goals by Lehanna Philogene, Allyson Hernandez, Emma Routh and Alessia Coletta. Camila Gomez Nauzan and Julissa Oliveras had great pull back turns and step overs. Mad Mike’s Cheesesteaks won big over the WH Italian-American Civic Assn., 4-0. The #DAVILATRIBE Navy Narwals continue to work hard on learning positions against Cappetta’s Italian Imports. Juliana Perez and Maxim Castillo played strong on attack all game with Klara Frost scoring the lone goal in the 3-1 loss. Ariel Copland hopped in net for her first game this season and made some good stops. Selma Friere also started the game with strong goaltending.
The Westies Nutrition Destroyers played amazing against Keenan Funeral Home in a great win. Grayson McCarthy had multiple amazing throw-ins to Alessio Bisceglia, who ended up with three goals. The team worked incredibly hard at passing to get the ball to Kayden Bish for his first ever soccer goal. Porto Funeral Home took on Vio’s Sports Plus, falling 4-1.
The Elite Soccer Camps Tsunamis continued their winning ways against American Legion Post 71 in a 6-2 win. Davonte King scored for American Legion, and Shamar Boyd, Julien Chacon, and Zaniel Garo showed a lot of hustle. Edwardo Guerrero Garcia, Taha Ozhan, and Josiah Soto tried to get the ball into the attack, and Seth Empric worked hard to provide a spark for his team. The Tsunamis were led by Roland Green and Ryan Abekah. Nathan Powell and Liam Lima worked hard on the flanks, and Jacob Warren and Guillermo Rubirosa played well defensively.
P&B Express fell to Budget Transmission Center, 3-2. The #DAVILATRIBE Silver Lions played Touch of Heaven Home Care, picking up the 8-3 win. Annaleah Alexandra Velez attacked the ball and made good passes for her team. Aaliyah Castillo did a great job dribbling, setting up her team to score, and Gabriella Jeune played an awesome offensive game and scored a goal. CT Pest Elimination took on the WH Federation of Teachers. Michelle Botchie defended the ball against the opposing team. Adrianna Olivia attacked the ball to gain possession and Graciella Santiago helped moved the ball up the field into scoring positions. In the final Recreational game of the weekend, Taco Town battled back from 4-2 down to win 5-4 against York Business Center. In G Pool games, West Haven Elks Lodge 1537 Pacmen lost to the Nick’s Luncheonette Raiders, 4-3, and the Dillman and Dillman LLC Penguins lost to the Connex Credit Union Rangers, 3-1.
In travel team action this past weekend, the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center U9/U10 boys hosted Coginchaug, winning 3-2. The game went back and forth, with the Westies holding onto the win behind goals from Ryan Abekah, Davonte King, and Josiah Soto. Collin Gibbons led the defense in a very strong effort, with Ethan Fonseca and Derek Dosario playing well in goal. Mason DaSilva was mobile in the midfield, and Jaxon Cruz worked hard in goal and on the field.
The RQ Professional Accounting and Tax Services U12 girls had a game against New Haven, coming out on top with a 5-2 win. Haleigh McCarthy and Sophia Empric scored in the first half, with Sophia Locklear, Lynnie Chesson and Arianna Throm adding goals in the second half. Lulu Sebas and Alivia Reilly split time in the goal, and had great help from the defense lead by Avery Congacha, Jayda Ciliberti, Naomi Shubin and Hailey Dargon. The Law Office of Paul V. Carty U9 girls tied Naugatuck, 2-2.
The People’s United Bank U11 girls were on the road against Wallingford Saturday where they played a tough match, ending in a 5-2 loss. Josylyn Davila worked hard on defense to fight off Wallingford. Celeste DiNallo had several excellent plays on the field. Luciana Cappetta put two in the net for West Haven.
On Sunday, the girls were back in action when they hosted Clinton, winning 3-0. Kylee McCoart was solid in net, while Annabelle Fiorillo controlled the defense. Celeste DiNallo, Stella Porto, and Luciana Cappetta all scored for West Haven.
The West Haven West Shore Family Dental U12 boys won over Seymour, 5-2, on Sunday. Ricardo Hernandez Arce, Jackson Schoeman and Michael Villagomez each got a goal, and Jayden Abekah got a pair.
The West Haven Budget Car Wash U10 girls had a Saturday afternoon date with Madison, in what was a very physical game West Haven managed to pull out a 1-0 victory. Karine Davila and Valentina Massa were fantastic in goal and Alessia Coletta scored the lone goal to seal the victory. The next day, the young Westies took on the North Haven Heat. The game showcased great passes, foot skill and great teamwork, a game that kept fans on the edge of their seats saw the Westies fall, 5-4. Ariel Titus had an incredible game with two goals of her left foot. Brooklynn O’Mara scored her first goal of the season and Kendall Gilchrist was tough on defense.