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SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF NOVEMBER 21-22

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Summary
2015-11-22 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 5 0 Yonkers Galaxy Barcelona wrapped up their undefeated fall season with a convincing win. david, Ian and Gideon all scored goals and the defense held firm. Go Barca!
2015-11-21 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 5 2 Edgemont Blast
2015-11-21 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 5 2 Edgemont Blast Taylor 3 goals, Nikil 2
2015-11-22 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 3 0 Harrison Vikings
2015-11-15 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 4 0 Eastchester Typhoon Coach Patrick indicated it was a fantastic game! Great job Olympiacos!
2015-11-22 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 5 0 Castleford Great end to an undefeated season.
2015-11-15 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 3 2 Edgemont Unicorns Rockets had a victorious re-match against the Egdemont Unicorns Sunday. Our first match against them in September was a 2-4 loss, but after weeks of practice, playing together, and instruction from Coach Hatem, the girls' improvement was undeniable. At half time with a 1-1 score, the Rockets became determined to play their hearts out to finish their second-to-last game of the season. Despite an early second-half goal by Edgemont bringing the score to 1-2, the Rockets fought hard and scored two more goals to finish with a 3-2 WIN!!! Every single Rocket player gave it her all and made Coach Hatem SO proud! GO Rockets!
2015-11-22 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 1 2 Eastchester Red Stars Rockets had a great final game of the fall season today against the Eastchester Red Stars. In October, the Eastchester Red Stars beat us 0-6. Flash forward 5 weeks … Today the Rockets were up 1-0 for a while, and then the Red Stars scored and tied it up just before half-time. The second half both teams played hard, but ultimately the Rockets lost by a very close margin of 1-2. The Rockets took many shots, moved the ball and defended well, our 3 goalkeepers stopped many of the Red Stars attempts to score. The girls should feel very proud of the great progress they have made individually and as a team this season.
2015-11-15 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 0 3 Manhattan Magic Spirited match between two of the Manhattan G9 teams. Fun to watch and nice to see the overall improvement across this group.
2015-11-22 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 0 6 West Side Red Bulla As the Fall season came to a finish, so did the Magic's 9 game winning streak as they lost soundly to the Red Bulls. The girls never stopped battling, but between the cold and windy weather and a first half 2-0 deficit the Magic just couldn't respond. It was a great fall season for the Magic who grew together as a team as the games went on and they should all be very proud of their accomplishments. Way to go Magic!
2015-11-15 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 2 4 FC Sommer
2015-10-22 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 4 0 Larchmont Blue Tigers
2015-11-22 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 1 0 Eastchester Red Rockets
2015-11-22 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 1 1 Eastchester Bulldogs The final game in the top division of BU11 featured first place Eastchester versus second place MSC Earthquakes. The teams battled to a 1-1 tie, with the Earthquakes controlling much of the game. Though Eastchester handily beat every other team in the division twice, they were unable to beat the Earthquakes one time (as the Earthquakes deteated Eastchester earlier in the season) - something that the Earthquakes can carry with them as a source of motivation heading into the Winter session. Overall, a very well played game and an appropriate end to a strong Fall season for the Earthquakes.
2015-11-22 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 2 5 River town legends
2015-11-22 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 4 0 Rivertowns Utd B05 Rebels
2015-11-15 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 0 2 New York Rush Patriots On a crisp fall day on Randall's Island, the Beat were shut out by the first place New York Rush Patriots 2-0. The score was not indicative of how the Beat played as they not only out-shot their opponent, but the majority of the game was spent on the Patriots' side of the field.The Beat started out the match as the aggressor, holding possession and creating opportunities. Moon stole the ball, drove up the field, out-maneuvered three defenders, and flicked the ball to Irwin, who raced up the left sideline and fed a well placed lead pass to Tablada at the goal mouth, her shot was deflected for a corner kick. This set the momentum for the half, as Moon, White, Gray, O'Brien, Tablada and Baez all had scoring opportunities, but were denied. Castro, Chan, Cohen, and Harned, kept the ball on the Patriots side of the field, setting up these scoring opportunities.Then, the Patriots scored twice in a three-minute span.With two minutes left in the first half, Harned took a shot on goal, which was saved. Castro trapped the ensuing goalie kick, drove upfield, and passed to Cohen, who outraced two opponents, before passing to Baez, who did a lovely give and go with O'Brien, before blasting a shot which hit the post. For 27 of the 30 minutes of the first half the Beat kept the ball on the Patriots side of the field, but they just couldn't punch it through, and the score remained 0-2 at halftime.The second half was more evenly matched. Wagner made a great save as the second half got underway, parrying the ball away.The Patriots kicked the ball out-of-bounds. Irwin took the throw in and sailed it over the defenders to Tablada, who raced towards the goal, fired a shot which the goalie made a diving safe on.Harned kept the ball in, following the goalie punt, found Chan in the open space, who crossed a teasing ball into the box to Irwin whose shot was saved. The Beat had numerous other scoring opportunities during the second half as Tablada, Irwin, Gray and Baez all took numerous shots on goal, but were denied. The Patriots goalie came up big to preserve the shut-out. Our goalie came up big also, as on a Patriots breakaway, Wagner came out of the goal to challenge the attacker, causing her to rush her shot which went wide.As time was winding down, the Beat were threatening and Patriots were called for a hand ball in the box, Tablada took the penalty shot, but shot it just wide. There was no scoring during the second half.With the loss, the Beat fall to 3-4-2 on the year in league play, and remain in fourth place with 11 points.
2015-11-22 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 2 1 Munay Ossining Lightning The Beat ended the season as they began it, with a win on the road. On a cold fall day, playing on a longer field with slippery conditions, the Beat took on the Munay Ossining Lightning. The Lightning came out strong, threatening early and often as the Beat were slipping and sliding all over the field. Castro, Chan, Cohen and White all broke up scoring threats. Then the Beat got their footing, and took control. The momentum changed when O'Brien stole the ball, and crossed it to Gray, who shot it just wide. Shortly after, Tablada took the corner kick, the ball curved in mid-air, arching towards the goal, but was saved. Harned trapped a tough ball in between bounces, and laced a perfect pass to Chan, whose shot was just wide. The opportunities kept coming. Irwin outraced two defenders, passed a well placed lead for Moon, who drove upfield and as she was getting ready to shoot, was tripped. Tablada took the ensuing penalty kick, the shot was just wide left. Cohen raced upfield on a breakaway, the goalie made a diving safe on her well placed shot; White stole the ball, passed to Gray, her shot just wide right; Tablada took a corner kick, Moon took possession of the ball, and blasted a shot, just wide; Irwin stole the ball, pushed it upfield to Moon, shot just wide. Moon played a great game.Despite numerous scoring opportunities by the Beat, the game remained scoreless at halftime.There was some sideline chatter from the fans that due to the larger field, the girls would be tired, and come out flat in the second half. But due to the halftime banana snack, the conditioning program, and sheer will and determination, they started out strong. Baez sent a clear message that they would not be denied, when after receiving a pass from O'Brien in the Lightening's end, she drove upfield, and despite being pushed, shoved and hung on by three defenders, she broke through, and fed a perfect pass to Tablada whose shot was saved.The Lightning were on a breakaway when Wagner came out of the goal to challenge the striker, causing her to rush her shot, which then went wide.In the game's most anxious moment, there was a scramble in front of the Beat's goal, and the ball was deflected directly to a Lightning player, who appeared as if she was going to have a clear shot on goal, but, seemingly out of nowhere, Gray swooped in, and while facing the goal, somehow kicked the ball backwards, over her head, clearing it, and negating the scoring threat. At the 35th minute, The Beat broke through when Tablada, in what has to be the Westchester Youth Soccer League play of the week, if not year, received a pass from Cohen, and began driving upfield when two defenders descended on her. She passed the ball between them, ran through them, received her own pass, dribbled, and blasted it to the upper left corner for the first score of the game. After Harned kept the ball on Beat side of the field, she passed to Castro who raced upfield and passed to Baez, who out ran three defenders, before nailing a perfect crossing lead pass to Tablada, who scored for a 2-0 Beat lead.At the 55th minute the Lightning punched it in, narrowing the score to 2-1, which is how the game ended.With the win, the Beat finish the season with a record of 4-4-2, good for fourth place.Congratulations to the players on a fine season!
2015-11-22 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 0 0 Scarsdale Sao Paolo
2015-11-15 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 7 1 Castleford
2015-11-22 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 3 1 Scarsdale Porto The game today was a great matchup. Both teams worked very hard today. The first goal of the game was scored by Scarsedale Porto. The Clash came right back and scored a goal as well. We ended the game with three great goals. The goals were scored by Ben Sullivan and Xavier Valdez, with assists by Oscar Lonegan and Michael Zumba. The Clash and Scarsdale never gave up, they both played their hearts out on the field today.
2015-11-22 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 4 2 Mamaroneck Cyclones Nico scores 1-0; Cyclones score 1-1; Tied at the half; Nico scores again, followed by Mateus; Cyclones get another 3-2; Jack Scores 4-2; Lots of passing especially the second half and the boys came alive. They put a lot of pressure on the other team with some serious attempts at goal....not all went in , but enough did.The Sounders managed to maintain control of the ball for the majority of the second half.
2015-11-21 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 5 3 Pelham Condors
2015-11-22 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 4 4 Ramapo athletico
2015-11-22 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 1 4 Red Bulls
2015-11-22 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 3 1 Chappaqua Red Devils
2015-11-21 NY Cup U13 Girls Power 2 1 Goldfish
2015-11-21 NY Cup U13 Girls Power 2 1 Gold Coast FC Liverpool The Power bounced back after a tough Bethesda Tournament and played a strong third NY Cup Qualifying against a Locust Valley opponent and came away with a 2-1 victory to insure they move on to the Elimination Round in the Spring. Strong team play and a balanced defense, midfield and attack sealed the victory. Goals were by Pilar and Allana. Sarah played tough in goal. Congrats to all of the Power girls on a great Fall season.
2015-11-22 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 1 2 Yorktown Blaze A big thank you to Sydney and Maya in goal! Jenna scored on an assist from Jennifer. Lots of good defense, pressure, and passing.
2015-11-22 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 1 1 East Ramapo Aresnals
2015-11-15 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 1 Mount Pleasant Wild Cats Manhattan Fire played Mount Pleasant Wild Cats today for second time this season. Outcome was same both times 1-1. However I have to admit that Fire dominated the field 90% of the time with excellent defensive and offensive play. The Fire team made a tremendous amount of goal opportunities that unfortunately didn't materialize in actual goals. If Fire had not let their guard down in the last seconds of the game the opponents would not have scored their only goal. Congratulations to the goal scored by Mujaj (14) with the assist from Pusey (2).
2015-11-22 WYSL U15 Boys Sao Paulo 6 2 Westchester Red Bulls An impressive showing by the Sao Paulo squad. The team played fast and aggressively, and it distributed the ball very well. Strong showings in midfield from Oscar and Gabe helped Alex and William produce hat tricks. A victory that shows what the team is capable of.
2015-11-07 NY Cup U15 Girls Crew 3 0 Merrick Impact Crew's first game following the conclusion of the high school season was a relatively easy 3-0 win over Merrick Impact in their NY Cup group stage opener. Crew owned the ball most of the way and had numerous scoring chances, breaking the game open in the second half. Along with a forfeit by another team in the group, Crew is already 2-0 in the Cup standings, which just about guarantees advancement to the knockout rounds next spring.
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U15 Girls Crew 0 2 McLean ECNL Crew opened the Bethesda tournament with an evenly played game against an ECNL team from Virginia, but lost 2-0 due to a pair of extremely unfortunate bounces in the box.
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U15 Girls Crew 2 3 Lower Merion Despite a positive margin of ball control and a couple of goals, Crew lost when one free kick was lost in the setting sun and another came due to miscommunication. Meanwhile, Crew earned several chances to net the equalizer in the closing seconds, but were thwarted mere feet from the goal.
2015-11-15 Bethesda Premier Cup U15 Girls Crew 1 1 Real NJ Galaxy Crew's final game at Bethesda came down to a PK called against them late in the game which allowed Rael to equalize. A tough run at Bethesda for Crew, who are playing well enough game in, game out to deserve a better fate.
2015-11-21 NPL U15 Girls Crew 2 0 Brentwood In their NPL season opener, Crew controlled the ball just about the entire game. Scoreless at halftime despite a plethora of shots, the through balls worked in the second half, the runners and passers clicking for two quick goals.
2015-11-22 NPL U15 Girls Crew 2 3 PSA/IGFA Making the early morning trek to Princeton to face the top-rated GU15 team in the nation (according to GotSoccer), Crew played well, enjoying a significant edge in ball possession as usual with their short passing game. IGFA was forced to play kickball, which worked for them, as they got three breaks that ended up in the net.
2015-11-22 WYSL U16 Girls Monaco 3 0 South Bronx United Rising Stars
2015-11-20 Bethesda Premier Cup U17 Boys 98 Premier 1 1 Philadelphia SC Coppa
2015-11-21 Bethesda Premier Cup U17 Boys 98 Premier 3 0 Marlboro SA (NJ)
2015-11-22 Bethesda Premier Cup U17 Boys 98 Premier 5 0 Potomac Hotspurs 98 Premier win their division of the Bethesda Tournament with a 2-0-1 record and 9-1 goal differential.
2015-11-22 WYSL U17 Boys Cougars 2 2 Pelham gunners
2015-11-22 WYSL U18 Boys Chelsea 3 1 Pelham Gunners

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF NOVEMBER 14-15

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Blurb
2015-11-15 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 5 4 White Plains Barcelona got off to a quick 2 goal lead with goals by Gideon and Jonathan but the game was pretty even from there and Barcelona remained undefeated on the season by hanging on for the victory.
2015-11-15 WYSL U8 Boys United 2 0 Scarsdale Black City
2015-11-15 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 5 3 Scarsdale Black Sporting
2015-11-15 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 0 6 Greenburgh Utd Hurricanes
2015-11-15 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 5 0 Yonkers Great end to the season.
2015-11-15 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 3 0 MSC Comets In a much anticipated matchup against the Comets who the Magic often face in practice, the Magic girls continued their remarkable winning streak with a hard-fought 3-0 victory. The game was evenly played and physical through much of the first half before a late goal took the magic to halftime up 1-0. The Magic played significantly better in the 2nd half with many chances that were set aside by great Comet goaltending. The magic found a way to get two more goals in a 3-0 win, their 8th straight.
2015-11-15 WYSL U10 Boys Express 3 3 Harrison Tornadoes
2015-11-15 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 6 1 Larchmont bandits
2015-11-15 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 3 1 FC Somers United
2015-11-15 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 2 2 FC Somers Facing a tough opponent in FC Somers, the Hurricanes found themselves outplayed and down 1-0 early in the first half. Keeping with their aggressive style, the Hurricanes would equalize on a penalty kick by Samantha Glogoff. The second half was evenly matched, with the Hurricanes keeping pace with the visitors. The Hurricanes would take a 2-1 lead on a long shot from well outside the box that beat the keeper.Somers would equalize late in the second, and that's where it would end. A 2-2 draw against a very strong FC Somers team.
2015-11-08 NY Cup U12 Boys Clash 3 2 Premiere B opponent 1
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 1 5 Portchester B04a
2015-11-15 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 4 2 New Rochelle United B04 Having started their season with a loss against New Rochelle United it was poetic justice that the Rockers reasserted their self-confidence with a victory today.The first goal came through a well-crafted corner kick from Teymour which bent its way into the top left corner of the goal within the first ten minutes of the match. Shortly thereafter the Rockers were once again leading thanks to a beautifully executed shot by Ryan who had fought his way upfield from defense. The rockers played the game out into half-time with a 2-1 lead.The second half began with a concise and deadly equalizer by New Rochelle. Unfazed the Rockers fought on, pounding the New Rochelle goal, where seizing a gap in front of the goal, Braden dove full on heading the ball into the bottom right corner delivering perhaps the most beautifully executed goal in recent Rocker history. The place went mad even the opposing fans applauded his efforts. In the final quarter of the game frustration began to set in and New Rochelle raised their level of physicality giving Teymour the opportunity to give the rockers the fourth and final goal through a coolly executed penalty shot.Wow! What a difference a week makes!
2015-11-15 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 1 1 Harrison Sharks
2015-11-15 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 9 3 Scarsdale Braga
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 1 4 ODFC Quest Elite, '22
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 3 6 Bethesda Soccer Academy Blue
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 5 1 BRYC 03 Elite Blue
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 0 Sterling Youth FC White
2015-11-15 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 4 Continental FC Barca '03 F
2015-11-15 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 1 2 Alliance Premier 03
2015-11-15 Bethesda Premier Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 1 BRYC 03 Elite Blue
2015-11-15 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 4 0 New York Fusion Zenit Spirit brought its undefeated record to Randall's Island for the final game of the fall season to play the New York Fusion Zenit. Spirit went on the attack early but despite Spirited play by Ellis, Shaye and Maya G, were held scoreless in the early going. Spirit scored two goals in rapid succession toward the end of the first half, the first by Tess and the second by Olivia off of a beautiful pass from Tess on a corner kick by Samara.The second half featured similar play with Spirit controlling the ball for much of the time. Sydney scored early in the half with a spectacular rush and a breakaway goal. The midfield, led by Kate, Maya S and Tyyne was impressive, as were Flore (who, it must be noted, made an incredible play in last week's game to help preserve the Spirit's win), Gnouma, Talia and Maria on the defensive end. Goalie Samantha's day was relatively quiet, but she saved every shot that came her way. After several near misses, Jordyn capped off the scoring with an impossible shot from the corner that seemed to defy the laws of physics as it went into the goal. Spirit cruised to a 4-0 victory and finished the Fall season in first place, an accomplishment that all of the Spirit players and their parents should be proud of.
2015-11-15 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 5 0 Briarcliff Boxers
2015-11-15 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 5 0 Pleasantville Panthers The Aztecs completed an undefeated fall season in style, with yet another shutout against a team that had the highest number of "goals for" in the division and had lost only two games. The Aztecs dominated at every position, passed well, played great defense (especially on the indirect free kick awarded to the Panthers in the box), and transitioned quickly and effectively to offense. Congratulations to Brad and all of the boys for a terrific team effort.
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup Girls U13 Girls Power 0 4 Maryland United FC Pre-ECNL 02 The first day of the Bethesda Premier Girls Cup began on a cool and windy Saturday at the Polo Grounds Soccer Fields. After a strong start against a strong Pre-ECNL team from Maryland, and holding them to a 1-0 advantage at the half, the second half did not go as well. Maryland was able to put together strong attacks on the wings and were able to break down the Power defense on some nifty left to right shifts to dim the Power's hopes of a strong tournament showing after a tough WAGS Tournament.Final score Maryland - 4, Power - 0.
2015-11-14 Bethesda Premier Cup Girls U13 Girls Power 0 4 SDFC Rage The Power came out in the afternoon match ready to rematch with one of their familiar New Jersey rivals, true SDFC Rage. Once again the first half went well, with the Power getting a few offensive opportunities while putting up a strong defensive effort with sharp goalkeeping. They fell behind but took held the Rage to a 1-0 lead at the half. The second half once again proved to be the Power's downfall. As the half moved on the Rage were able to strike again to give themselves a 2-0 lead. Power was finding it difficult to get the ball to its forwards and put most of it's efforts into defending their New Jersey rivals. Two quick back to back goals by the Rage stretched their lead to 4-0, which was the final score.
2015-11-15 Bethesda Premier Cup Girls U13 Girls Power 0 5 South Shore Select U13 Select Sunday morning found temperatures in the mid-30s and frost on the ground. She sun was shining in a beautiful fall blue sky and winds were calm. Power appeared ready to atone for a tough first day at the Bethesda Premier Cup. The two teams squared off in an evenly balanced contest for much of the first half until a penalty call in the box gave the Massachusetts team a PK which they converted to go up 1-0. Unfortunately the PK took the wind out of the Power's resolve and although they continued to fight, the South Shore Club was able to connect for two more goals on a couple of defensive breakdowns. As it had been all weekend the midfield was having difficult time getting the ball up to the attacking third, handcuffing the Forwards. The second half found the Massachusetts squad connecting on two more shots to run the score to 5-0. Another heartbreaking loss, but the girls put up a strong fight in their transition to the 11 v 11 format. Next Sunday will see the Power in Locust Valley, Long Island in their third Qualifying Round game of the 2016 NY Cup. It is a must win for the Power if they want to advance to the Knock Out Round in the Spring, as they are currently in second place in the U-13/Group G with a 1-1 record. Their opponent the Locust Valley SC is also 1-1, but the Power hold a 1 goal advantage in the Goal Differential stats.
2015-11-15 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 2 3 Pleasantville Power Goalkeepers were Rachel and Ava. Aria scored both goals. Thank you to Greg Frank for coaching!
2015-11-14 EDP Open U14 Boys Titans 01 2 1 SDFC
2015-11-15 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 3 2 Atletico FC
2015-11-15 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 1 0 Rivertowns Utd
2015-11-08 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 2 West Side Red Bulls G02 E MSC Fire and West Side Red Bulls played a good match on the Soccer field today. There was tremendous physicality and competition. Unfortunately for Fire West Side Red Bulls won the game 2-1. Fire made numerous opportunities for goals creating an exciting event. Fire's single goal was scored by Neugarten (43) who skillfully traveled the ball through several opponents gaining close proximity to the goal box for a beautiful chip in.
2015-11-15 WYSL U15 Boys Sao Paulo 1 2 New Rochelle Lions A disappointing 2-1 loss for the Sao Paulo squad against the New Rochelle Lions. Luca and William had some good combinations up top and Cedric showed some real bravery in goal. Unfortunately, Sao Paulo couldn't keep possession or control the midfield, and perhaps allowed themselves to get muscled off the ball a bit more than they should have.
2015-11-14 NY Cup U15 Girls Pumas 0 0 DUSC G15 White
2015-11-14 NY Cup U15 Girls Pumas 0 0 DUSC GU15 White The Pumas took to Randall's 83 to start their NY Cup campaign against the always tough DUSC squad. It was cold and windy but the action was heated from the start. Both teams had chances throughout the game but solid goal keeping and defense prevailed and the result was that both teams came away with 1 point in their first Group Stage game. The Pumas will wait until the Spring to play their next Group Stage games but all indications are this is the a solid team already that can compete at a high level. Keep up the good work Pumas.
2015-11-15 WYSL U15 Girls Pumas 3 1 DUSC GU15 Blue Strikers The Pumas played their second DUSC opponent in as many days on Sunday. After drawing with the DUSC White Team in NY Cup play, the Pumas secured a 3-1 victory vs. the DUSC Blue team. The Pumas have won both Mini-Season WYSL contests with one test remaining vs. the very familiar West Side Red Bulls. Today's action was mostly in the favor of MSC though DUSC drew even at 1 after converting a PK in the 2nd Half. A goal off of a free kick was quickly followed up by a beautiful through-ball that set up a great 1 v 1 scoring opportunity to take the score to the 3-1 final. The Pumas showed solid ball control throughout the contest and picked up good momentum going into next week's tournament in New Jersey. Go Pumas Go.
2015-11-15 WYSL U16 Girls Monaco 5 0 Rivertowns Utd G2000 Spirit
2015-11-14 WYSL U18 Boys Chelsea 4 1 Larchmont Galaxy
2015-11-15 WYSL U18 Boys Chelsea 3 0 MSC Cougars

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF November 7-8

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-11-08 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 1 John Jay Fury
2015-11-08 WYSL U8 Boys United 8 1 Greenburgh Bombers
2015-11-08 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 6 3 Scarsdale Black City Perfect fall day for a soccer match. Marco scored goal one off a good pass from Holden. Gavin had a nice save as goalie. Marco scored goal two off a free shot due to Charlie getting fouled. Jack came in with goal number three and showed the crowd his excitement with some jazz hands. Marco came in again with goal four. Scarsdale Black scored goal one and then quickly came back again with goal two. Marco returned with goal five for Olympiacos. Charlie had some great saves as goalie even impressing the coach for Black City. Jordy came in with goal six. Black City came in at the end with goal three.
2015-11-08 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 5 1 Rye Brook Empire
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 1 2 Scardsale Red sporting
2015-11-01 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 2 6 larchmont
2015-11-08 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 5 8 blitz
2015-11-08 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 2 3 Alba Thunder
2015-11-08 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 6 1 Harrison Bobcats
2015-11-08 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 8 5 Scorpions What a great match up between two Manhattan Soccer Club teams! Both equally skilled, each team had 16 shots on goals and over 5 scores! The Blitz wound up winning the tight match by 3.
2015-11-01 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 1 7 Asphalt Green Rockets took on Asphalt Green on their home turf field, and had a marathon of a game! The girls had to adjust to the ball moving faster because their games are usually played on grass. The girls worked extra hard with only one sub, and they played well together connecting passes and bringing the ball down the field.
2015-11-08 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 1 1 Larchmont Yellow Wildcats The Comets visited the suburban rolling fields of Larchmont on Sunday facing off against the Wildcats. It was a terrific match. Both sides played with skill and aggression, each putting in their full effort. There were fine plays on both ends of the field with each side breaking though just one time and the match ended in a well deserved draw. Good soccer and much improvement. Well done Coaches and Comets players.
2015-11-08 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 5 2 Edgemont Blue Jays
2015-11-07 WYSL U10 Boys Express 1 1 Pleasantville Mustangs
2015-11-08 WYSL U10 Boys Express 2 3 Mt Pleasant Magic
2015-11-07 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 0 0 ISA Freedom First half was evenly matched with both sides having a couple shots on goal. The Freedom girls were on the attack more in the second half but the Union defense held strong.
2015-11-08 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 1 0 MSC Breakers
2015-11-08 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 1 3 West Side Red Bulls N
2015-11-08 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 4 3 Rivertown Utd Rebels
2015-11-08 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 6 1 Larchmont Bandits
2015-11-08 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 2 3 Castleford Gold On a beautiful fall day on Randalls Island, the Beat lost a hard fought, physical game to the Castleford Gold 3-2.The Gold came out strong and threatened early and often. Wagner made the save on a hard shot, the Gold surrounded the rebound, got off another shot and Wagner dove to her left to parry the ball away, and as the opponents went after the ensuing rebound, Castro sprinted in, and out maneuvered three Gold players to clear the ball.The opponents quickly took possession again and were driving towards goal when Harned swooped in and stifled the opportunity.At the ten minute mark, the Gold scored.At the fifteen minute mark, the Beat broke through. Irwin threw a lead ball to Gray who beat two defenders and blasted the ball into the upper right corner to tie the score.The Beat threatened with crisp passing and great teamwork, as White blocked a shot, trapped the ball, dribbled up field, passed to O'Brien, who faked out a defender, then flicked the ball to Gray, who raced up the right sideline and fed a well placed lead pass to Baez who rattled the post.The first half ended deadlocked 1-1.As the second half opened, Chan stole the ball from a charging Gold player, slid a through ball down the left side to Cohen, who served up the cross to Tablada whose strong shot was batted away by the goalie with a great save.Irwin threw the ball in over the defense to Baez who then outraced two defenders and scored what appeared to be the go-ahead goal, but, the official ruled that a handball had occurred, negating the goal. Shortly thereafter the Gold had a three and one advantage and Wagner made a jumping save, keeping the score knotted.The Gold scored two goals in rapid succession - the latter one controversial - to take a 3-1 lead.At the 45 minute mark, Moon collected the ball, drove past three defenders, raced up the right sideline, cut inside and blasted a shot at the goal, which was saved by a diving keeper.As the game went on it became more physical with a lot of pushing and shoving, and in one such instance, Irwin was pushed to the ground from behind. Tablada slammed home the penalty kick, narrowing the deficit to 1. With the loss, the Beat are now 3-3-2 on the year in league play, and are in fourth place with 11 points.We are in the process of developing an off-season strength and conditioning program, which will better prepare the players to more effectively use their bodies as they battle for possession of the ball, position on the field, as well as have them better prepared to compete effectively in very physical games. We will keep you posted.Our next game is this upcoming Sunday, November 15th, at 1:30 against the first place NY Rush Patriots at Randalls Island.A Beat tradition is for a family to provide game day snacks, fruit for halftime, and a sweet treat for the end of the game. To keep it simple, we are rotating the families based on the order of this email list. Based on this, Paola, Jocelyn's mom, please bring the game snacks.Reminder that after next week's game Clare is hosting a party for Coach Michelle, the Beat players, siblings, parents and fans. Pizza, vegetables, and drinks (including beer and wine) will be provided, but feel free to bring dessert, or alternate beverages. If you haven't done so already, please RSVP to Clare's mom, Michelle Cave, and let her if you can join us, and how many are coming.Location: Tonefarmer Studio, 164 West 25th Street (just off 7th Avenue), 8th Floor. Phone: 212-242-1150When: Sunday, November 15th after the game, 4:00 - 6:00'ish.See everyone next weekend.
2015-11-08 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 3 4 NY Rush Patriots West Facing the first place team in the league, the Hurricanes were ready for a tough match. The Patriots took an early lead on a tough shot from outside the box. The Hurricanes fought back, controlled the pace and evened up the score with a goal from Shaftel.The Patriots continued to be aggressive, getting another goal on a strong kick to take it to 2-1. The Hurricanes would level things with a goal from Glogoff late in the first half.The Hurricanes played in control but couldn't stop the Patriots from adding two quick goals in the second half. A hard fought goal by Isabella Gernandt would bring it to 4-3 late in the half, but that is where it would end. Final score 4-3 in a spirited and even match.
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 1 5 Mamroneck Hurricanes Anybody not present at today's game would not be blamed to think that, given the final result, the Rockers had been slaughtered. However for those of us present, this could not be further from the truth. The reality is that the Rockers lost the match rather than the Hurricanes winning it. After conceeding three goals early, before halftime the Rockers secured a consolation goal following a brilliant one/two between Eli and Akira resulting in the latter gently pushing the ball in the far left of corner of the net.The second half saw flashes of brilliance from the Rockers who came out blazing and incessantly, bombarding the Hurricanes goal area with plenty of near misses. Despite this, in the last ten minutes the tide once again shifted in favor of the Hurricanes who were able to add another two goals to the their score sheet, ending the final tally at 5-1. It was a loss the Rockers can learn from - it certainly was not due to lack of skill or ambition!
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 2 3 Castleford B03 Bobcats Sounders goals by Braden on a PK in the first half, and by Adam from Braden in the second half.
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 4 0 Vikers S
2015-11-07 NY Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 1 Monroe-Woodbury SC In this physical game of the MSC Charge v the Red Dragons of Monroe-Woodury, the stakes were high, as the Charge had won 1 and lost 1 cup game coming into the match. The Red Dragons center forward towered over the field and was central to their offensive strategy. The Charge again demonstrated continued gains in ball control, anticipation, offensive pressure and speed. Charge defense worked hard and fast and remained strong to neutralize the Red Dragon's powerful center. The first goal for the Charge came as the attacking center mid sent the ball up the middle to the Charge center forward for a high shot over the keeper at 4 minutes, 1-0, Charge.A nice save from the Charge goalkeeper was then cleared by right defense at 10 minutes. This was quickly followed by another nice save by the Charge goalkeeper on a breakaway Red Dragon run. A response immediately followed from the Charge as the ball made its way from the Charge goalkeeper to the Charge center forward, who bumped the ball past the Red Dragon goalkeeper at 14 minutes, 2-0, Charge. At 27 minutes, the Charge defensive center stopped a breakaway from the Red Dragon center forward at the top right of the box. A free kick ensued for the Red Dragons on the top right corner outside the box. The Red Dragon striker faked the ball to the middle instead of the goal and no score was made. The Charge maintained the 2-0 lead at the end of the 30 minute half.At two minutes in the second half, a nice passing series ended with a good shot attempt from the Charge left defense that was blocked at with a good save. Another nice save for the Charge goalkeeper stopped a breakaway goal. At 8 minutes, a Charge pass ricocheted around the Charge box and landed at the Red Dragon striker's feet, and she scored left, 2-1. The remainder of the game featured occasional rushes by the Red Dragons that were pinched off by the Charge defense and worked back up the field. There were roughly 7 good shot attempts by the Charge, none landing. Final score, 2-1, a Charge victory.
2015-11-08 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 4 Intense SA Blue The Charge faced a well organized opponent in the Intense SA Blue, with a similar style and ball control. There was lots of back an forth in the first half, but the score at the 35 minute half was 0-0. Intense SA Blue broke through in the second half, on good plays, it was a hard fought game, but in the end, the Insense SA won against the Charge.
2015-11-08 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 4 Intense SA Blue The Charge faced a well-organized opponent in the Intense SA Blue, with a similar style and focus on ball control. There was lots of back an forth in the first half, but the score at the 35 minute half was 0-0. Intense SA Blue broke through in the second half, on good plays. It was a hard fought game, but in the end, the Insense SA won against the Charge.The goals in the second half happened at 1:30 with an orange goal on a corner kick, 0-1. A strong run at 21 minutes by orange up the left side was shot across to find a driving orange player near the far post for a goal, 0-2. Another goal went in at 23 for orange over the Charge keeper's head. The final orange goal happened at 28 minutes.
2015-11-08 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 7 Intense SA White In the second game versus Intense SA White, the Charge faced a strong opponent. The play was fast and ball possession fiercely contested. The first half began with a score from ISA at 1:30 a shot from the left side to the upper 90, 0-1. At 4:30, the Charge defender was pushed down at the top of the box, and a score for ISA resulted, 0-2. A turnover at 6 minutes from Charge ended in another score for ISA from the top of the box, 0-3. A one on one versus the Charge defense at 8:30 minutes got through for ISA with a good shot, 0-4. The Charge had a good shot attempt at 10:30 from their center forward, it hit the cross bar and was a near miss. At 19 minutes, fast play by an attacking ISA player beat the Charge defense, one on one, and then beat the Charge keeper with a goal off the far post, 0-5. A free kick by the charge defense at 34 minutes was a near miss. The score was 0-5 at the half. In the second half, good passing plays resulted in a shot opportunity at 1 minute for the Charge, but a good shot attempt was blocked by the ISA keeper. At 4 minutes, a nice center to the top of box resulted in a goal for ISA, 0-6. At 17 minutes, a nice high shot for blue resulted in a goal, 0-7.
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 0 0 Chappaqua Panthers
2015-11-08 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 1 0 West Side Red Bulls The latest chapter of the inter-city rivalry between the MSC Spirit and the WSSL Red Bulls lived up to the hype. Spirit came into the game in first place in the division, with the Red Bulls hot on their heels in second place. The match was tight and hard-fought throughout, with defense dominating the game for both sides. Shaye, Kate, Ellis and Maria all worked hard throughout the first half to ensure that the Red Bulls were kept off the score board and neither team was able to find the back of the net. Spirt broke the scoreless tie about midway through the second half with Jordyn making a beautiful pass to Tess once the Red Bull goalie overcommitted; Tess scored what proved to be the only goal of the game and and Spirit went up, 1-0. Spirit survived a late red Bulls onslaught, thanks to strong defense led by Flore, Talia and Maria and outstanding goaltending by Samantha, who came back from an injury to preserve the shutout. All in all, it was the tightest match Spirit has played so far this season and this rivalry only seems to be intensifying as time goes on.
2015-11-08 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 5 0 Scarsdale Arsenal
2015-11-08 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 6 1 Scarsdale Chelsea
2015-11-08 NPL U13 Girls Power 0 4 ISA Slammers NPL 02 The MSC U13 Power played their final NY Club Soccer NPL League game today at Randall's 83. It was a beautiful Fall afternoon with sunny blue skies with temperatures in the mid 50s. With Coach Hoogerwerf done with a virus and two starting players unavailable to play, the Power had an uphill climb in their first meeting with their ISA rivals since Power beat them in their Spring meeting at Cantor. ISA started strong and began a series of drives on the Power defensive third. Sara was able to stop several strong strikes on goal until a quick interception and ISA Rush found the net to give them a 1-0 lead. The Power mounted a couple of counter attacks but were unable to penetrate the strong ISA defensive line. Halftime found Power down 2-0. The second half started on a more positive note, as substitute Coach Darryl from the U15 Girls, rallied the girls at halftime. Unfortunately Power was not able to connect on any of its attacks, and the ISA goalie kept a clean sheet. As the second half unwound ISA was able to score two more unanswered goals to give them a 4-0 win to take the Fall NPL U13 East. Power will take second as neither Quickstrike or NY Soccer Club can collect enough points to overtake them. Final Fall Record: 5-1-3 for 16 points. Great job Power! Next week a tough draw at the Bethesda Fall Classic.
2015-11-08 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 2 4 Port Chester G03 A Great teamwork, Timbers, against a very strong team. Katie and Ryan both did great in goal. Jenna scored on a rebound from Aria's shot; Ainsley scored on a corner kick that curved into the goal (with a little help from the opposing goalie who may have tipped it in).
2015-11-07 NY Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 2 0 Nassau United
2015-11-08 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 0 2 Briarcliff Bearcats
2015-11-07 WYSL U15 Boys Sao Paulo 3 1 FC Somers Wolves
2015-11-07 WYSL U15 Girls Pumas 2 1 Somers Stingrays The Pumas got off to a good start for their Fall mini-season. First, they got to watch the last five minutes of an exciting High School football Sectional championship. Once that excitement died down the Pumas took to the turf to face the always tough Somers Stingrays. The Stingrays had home field advantage and struck first to take a 1-0 lead in spite of the Pumas controlling much of the 1st Half possession. MSC equalled the score at 1-1 with a few minutes left in the first half. The Pumas continued to show great ball control in the second half while creating numerous chances. One more goal was all they needed with the game winner coming midway through the 2nd half. Somers had a couple of good chances down the stretch but MSC held them off for the win. Next up are two games vs. two DUSC Clubs, one for NY Cup and one for the WYSL Mini-Season. Nice to see the girls back on the pitch.

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF OCT 31 - NOV 1

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 4 1 Riverdale Lions Barcelona came up against a strong team in leafy Van Cortlandt park and managed to get the win on a larger than normal field. Jonah and Gideon scored goals and Ian and Damian anchored a strong defensive line. Good goalkeeping by Jonathan, Ewing also assisted in the win.
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 6 Eastchester Arsenal
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Boys United 1 1 MSC Olympiacos
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 1 1 Manhattan United The boys played hard post-Halloween against the United. Early in the first quarter Jake had a nice save, Marco took a shot off Holden's corner kick, Charlie took another shot and Ethan had some good defense up the middle of the field. Second quarter the boys moved the ball well up the field. With some nice work by Andrew, Lev and Niev. There were some good defensive moves from Jake and Jordy and Jack. However, United was able to push past Olympiacos and scored a solid goal. During the third quarter, the Olympiacos boys moved the ball up the field well and tried to pressure Manhattan United. Second quarter ended with a nice save from Charlie at goalie. Finally, during the fourth quarter, the Olympiacos hung tough and kept the pressure on. There was quite a lot of action from the Olympiacos players and a goal was scored to tie up 1 to 1. Bravo to both teams. Great effort all around!
2015-11-01 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 4 3 Rivertown United Dragons
2015-10-25 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 5 3 Rivertowns
2015-10-25 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 0 7 Scarsdale PSG
2015-11-01 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 1 2 Yonkers rush cobras
2015-11-01 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 2 3 Port Chester Very entertaining game. The Impact played cohesive and structured football against a better team with a greater number of players available. Another positive step in player development.
2015-10-25 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 1 5 New Rochelle Rockets
2015-11-01 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 2 7 Edgemont Blue Jays
2015-11-01 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 4 2 Larchmont Wildcats The Magic continued their impressive week-to-week improvement, playing a complete game against a Larchmont team that was certainly a step up from the last couple of opponents. The Magic showed resiliency when falling behind 1-0 by not getting at all discouraged and bouncing right back scoring three in response, to take a 3-1 lead into halftime. Larchmont cut it to 3-2 but the Magic kept pushing and got the insurance goal late to hold on for their 6th win in a row!
2015-11-01 WYSL U10 Boys Express 2 2 Eastchester Warriors
2015-11-01 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 2 Mamaroneck green panthers
2015-11-01 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 1 3 Larchmont Blue Lightening
2015-11-01 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 0 5 Eastchester Red Rickets
2015-11-01 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 2 3 Scarsdale Celtic
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 2 2 Scarsdale Man City In a game where they never really found their rhythm, the Earthquakes still fought hard down the stretch and managed a tie thanks to a late goal by Nico.
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Boys Mustangs 7 1 NY FUSION
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 5 3 FC Somers
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 4 3 Castleford B04 Royal
2015-10-31 NY Cup U11 Girls Stars 3 1 FC Transylvania
2015-11-01 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 1 2 Atletico
2015-10-25 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 2 2 Yonkers United Rush Orioles Moon off Injured Reserve, Beat Play to a Draw against the Winless Orioles.Coming off of their second place finish in the Northport Tournament, the Beat played flat last weekend. Under the threat of a death valley only practice, the Beat came out determined against the Yonkers United Rush Orioles.Although the Orioles had three scoring threats right after kick-off, the Beat largely dominated the first half. On the first scoring threat, Harned, the consummate professional who is always at the right place, at the right time to make the right play, expertly broke up a two-on-one threat. The next two Oriole threats were broken up by Castro, one with a perfect slide tackle. This play seemed to rally the team as from that point on, the Beat controlled the half. At the five minute mark, Moon collected the ball from the tackle, drove past two defenders and flicked it to Chan, who cut back inside and fed a perfect ball to Tablada who raced upfield, beat two defenders and launched a shot that was just wide.At the ten minute mark, the Beat broke through. Irwin threw the ball into Tablada in front of the goal mouth, the resultant shot was blocked by the Orioles goalie and the ball ricocheted away past the goalie line. Cohen outraced two defenders took control, and flicked the ball to O'Brien, who cleared a path, and knocked the ball into the left corner.At the 20-minute mark, the Orioles attempted to clear the ball from their zone, and the ball went high into the air. Irwin kept it in the zone with her fourth header of the half, to Gray, who dribbled past a defender, and passed to Moon, who fed a perfect lead pass to Baez, who outraced two defenders and launched the ball into the upper left corner.The score remained 2-0 at halftime.The Orioles scored five minutes into the second half, and were threatening again when Wagner made a great save. Her ensuing booming kick went the length of the field, and Tablada took control of the ball, dribbled the remaining length of the field and took a vicious shot on goal, that the Orioles goalie made a spectacular save on.At the 50 minute mark, the Orioles knotted the game at 2.As the clock was winding down, the Beat had numerous scoring threats as Tablada, Irwin, and Baez all came very close to scoring, but it was not to be.As the crowd wanted to see a winner to this hard fought match, chants of "shoot out" emanated from the crowd, but it was not to be. Ed O'Brien has vowed to take this up with the League's rules committee.At the conclusion of the game, Tablada received a standing ovation from the capacity crowd in recognition of her nine game consecutive scoring streak, which came to an end on this afternoon. With the draw, the Beat are now record to 3-1-2 on the year in league play, tied for third place with 11 points.
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 0 2 FC Somers NightHawks 0
2015-11-01 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 3 2 Yonkers United Yonkers took an early lead with a strong shot past the Hurricane keeper. The girls regrouped, and evened the match quickly on a goal from Shaftel. The Hurricane would take a 2-1 lead into halftime on a goal by Isabelle Gernant. The remainder of the game was a lopsided affair, but exceptional goalkeeping by Yonkers kept it close. Yonkers would level the score at 2-2 with a goal in the 50th minute. The Hurricanes would continue to pressure the visitors and finally broke through with a goal from Larymar Herrera on a perfectly placed shot from just outside the sixteen with 30 seconds to go, giving the Hurricanes the win, 3-2.
2015-11-01 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 2 2 FC Somersfire 0
2015-11-12 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 1 4 John Jay Spartans Today's match against the John Jay Spartans was a classic case of "Halloween hangover." Albeit the Rockers bolted out of the gates securing a early lead thanks to a beautiful executed assist by Owen to Akira, it was a flash in the pan. From then on the rockers looked like a "warm-up" team chasing the ball without much impact in offense. By the first half they were down 3-1. The second half began to show some promise in the latter 15 minutes however it was too little too late the Spartans were able to slip a 4th goal writing the final chapter in a quickly forgettable episode. In fairness to the Rockers they were short handed, with several key players being absent, that being said there needs to be a concerted effort on the part of all the boys to put in the extra work outside of practice if they are to maintain the consistency that in the past has given them so much.
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 7 1 Pelham Condors
2015-11-01 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 2 1 New Rochelle Wildcats
2015-11-01 NPL U12 Girls Charge 2 3 Quickstrike FC The Charge faced a well-organized and quick opponent in Quickstrike with a similar style of play to the Charge: fast play, good anticipation, pressure. The game began with lots of goal attempts from Quickstrike, including a breakaway at 6 minutes that was stopped on a foul. A free kick at the top right of the box was deflected over the goal. At 16 minutes, Quickstrike fought for possession at the top middle of the the box, won possession and landed a good shot to score, 0-1, Quickstrike. At 20 minutes the Charge scored after a throw-in from right defense, to center mid to left defense who landed a left-footed goal, tying the game 1-1. At 34 minutes, a turnover in the Charge zone led to an open attempt score by Quickstrike, putting the Quickstrike up, 2-1 at the half. The second half began with a Quickstrike goal, 1-3. At 25 minutes, a free kick by right defense after an offsides call on Quickstrike went up the middle to Charge center forward, who beat the goalie to the right, 2-3. The game ended in a loss for the Charge, 2-3, but Coach Darren was pleased with the style of play and fight.
2015-11-01 NPL U12 Girls Charge 2 4 Quickstrike FC The second game for the Charge versus Quickstrike FC was in much the same style as the first. Both teams played strategically, and with fight, with a few more shot attempts by the opposing team. The first goal was to the Quickstrike, a free kick off of a penalty, from midfield, 0-1 at 3 minutes. Three good saves from the Charge goalkeeper followed by 13 minutes. At 16 minutes, a good rush from Charge right forward and center forward was almost a good chance. At 24 minutes, a foul on Charge right forward that led to a free kick missed right. At 28 minutes, Charge right forward shot off the Quickstrike goalkeeper, and the ball hit off of a Quickstrike defender for an own goal, 1-1. The score remained 1-1 at the half. The second half began with a QS goal at 3 minutes that got behind Charge defenders to beat the Charge goalkeeper, 1-2. At 5 minutes, a pass from Charge right forward to right defense to center forward scored, 2-2. At 12 minutes, QS scored after a corner kick bounced around the box and made it in, 2-3. The last QS goal was off of a penalty kick from a handball at 16 minutes. The final score was 2-4, Quickstrike win.
2015-11-01 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 5 2 New Rochelle Purple Angels Spirit marched into Kantor Field on Sunday afternoon looking to maintain its undefeated streak against the Purple Angels of New Rochelle. Spirit struck first on a penalty kick that Jordyn put right under the goalie following a hand ball in the box, and the score was quickly 1-0. This lead held up thanks to a spectacular save on a penalty kick by Samantha. Following a Purple Angel equalizer, Tess had an outstanding goal after a long rush up the side and the Spirit were back up, 2-1. Strong defense by Kate and Maria helped keep New Rochelle at bay, and Tess followed up with an even more stellar goal and Spirit was up 3-1. New Rochelle crept closer with a goal just before halftime, but any momentum the visitors had was quickly halted in the second half thanks to two goals by Samara. Spirit defense was again anchored by Talia, Gnouma, Maria and Kate and the midfield play was dominated by Maya G, Shaye, Tynne, Flore and Olivia. Spirit's streak continues.
2015-11-01 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 3 0 Larchmont Devils 0
2015-11-01 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 2 0 West Side Red Bulls The Aztecs scored early on a beautiful pass from JP to Santi and never looked back in this match for first place in the division. The Red Bulls played tough but the Aztecs held them scoreless and added an insurance goal by Atlas in the second half to stay undefeated. Great effort from all of the boys!
2015-11-01 NPL U13 Girls Power 2 1 Quickstrike FC NPL-02 It was a cool grey fall morning at Randall's 10, with the temperature hovering in the low 50s as the MSC U13 Power squared off for with their Westchester opponent the Quickstrike FC NPL-02. The game got off to a slow start with both teams failing to make any significant offensive moves on each other, as the two defenses fought to a stalemate. As the half worn on the Power were able to mount several attacks up the field, but were unable to hit any strong shots on goal. A well placed corner kick floated past the goal mouth untouched. While Power dominated possession, Quickstrike attempted several punt and runs, and finally connected to their sure footed striker who scored on their first shot on goal, to give the visitors a 1-0 lead at halftime. The second half found the Power more committed and poised as they continued to pressure. Allana fought her way through two defenders and hit a strike home to knot the score at 1-1. Power continued to control the ball and the pace, but were mostly frustrated in the offensive third of the field. Another corner kick failed to result in a goal, after three or four attempts to push it in. Once again Quickstrike mounted a center rush that got past the defense and the Power Goalie, Sarah, had to leave the 18 yard box to save the ball, resulting in a Quickstrike free kick. Fortunately the ball veered high and wide of the net. Next time up the field Allana was tripped as she tried to penetrate the center, and was fouled just outside the 18 yard box. With 30 seconds on the clock she struck a nasty line drive, reminiscent of the KC Royals, that missed the wall and found the net before the Quickstrike goalie had time to react. Final score: Power - 2 and Quickstrike -1. Next week the Power play host to the ISA Slammers at Randall's 83 at 1pm for the last of the Fall Season NPL League games. Currently Power is in second place in the U13 East Division with a 5-1-2 record and 16 points.
2015-11-01 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 3 1 New York Red Bulls West Great team effort today. Jennifer, Katie, and Amalia/Mira scored, with excellent assists by Audrey and others. Consistently strong defense anchored by Ryan. Sydney was great in goal, with several excellent saves and one especially impressive effort, jumping high and bringing her hand up to block a high shot that seemed impossible to stop. The opposing team's parents were especially impressed with our passing. Good game, girls!
2015-10-31 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 1 5 Levittown
2015-11-01 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 4 1 Cedar Stars
2015-11-01 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 4 1 New Rochelle Raptors
2015-11-01 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 0 Larchmont Tornados Well played game by MSC Fire today against Larchmont Tornados who seemed to have an amazing defense today. Fire broke out a bit weak in the first half but did have a couple on goal attempts that failed. The team in general today seemed spot on for offense and less so for defense first half - I would say Larchmont had the edge for most of the first half of game. The only goal for the day was wonderfully played by Neugarten's (43) beautiful fast run into the right side of the box and perfectly executed cross pass to the left of the box where Mujaj (14) was present and chipped it into the left of the goal. A perfect execution and well earned goal by the MSC Fire team who played very well today. Larchmont Tornados did a very good job of creating goal attempts but failed to penetrate the Fire defense and goalkeeper. Well played by all.

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 24-25

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-10-25 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 6 1 Rivertowns Asteriods Goals by Newhan, Jonathan, Gil, Ian led the way in an easy win where darkness was the only real threat in a 5 pm match.
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 2 3 Castleford Hurricane
2015-10-10 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 2 0 Edgemont Chargers Charlie Taylor scored both goals.
2015-10-25 WYSL U8 Boys United 2 0 Rivertowns Utd BO8 Wolfpack
2015-10-25 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 1 2 Castleford B07 Cyclones This was the toughest team played by the Olympiacos yet. The game started out with an early goal by Charlie and great effort by all the boys. Holden and Gavin and Jake had some nice saves at goalie. Castleford Cyclones came back with a goal to tie it up by the half 1-1. Then, Castleford came in with a huge kick with a number of Olympiacos team players helping to defend their goal. It a tense moment, but the Castleford Cyclones pulled it off and scored their winning goal.
2015-10-25 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 5 2 Harrison Liberty
2015-09-18 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 0 4 Harrison
2015-10-25 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 2 0 Rye Vipers Two very different halves: In the first half Impact dominated, while they struggled on defense under consistent pressure from the opposition in the second half. A good lesson in the need for consistency.
2015-10-24 NYCSL U9 Girls Fusion 4 0 Long Beach FC Starfish Another great game from the young ladies and a clean sheet to boot.
2016-10-25 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 1 3 Castleford G06 Tigers The Rockets had a rematch today against the Castleford Tigers, their opponent in the season opener. A little over a month ago the Rockets lost 0-6 to the Tigers, but today's game highlighted how far the Rockets have developed as a team. The score is not reflective of the fact that the Rockets rose to meet, greet, and almost beat the Tigers this time around. The Rockets played hard and were proud of their game today.
2015-10-24 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 0 3 New Rochelle Wildfire The Comets played well vs a strong New Rochelle side on a very large field. Lila made some terrific saves in net and the girls defended well. It was an inspired effort and the signs of improvement continue to show.
2015-10-25 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 7 1 Rivertowns The Comets scored the first goals of their 2015 Fall WYSL campaign this Sunday and they came in bunches. Seven in total were put in by a mix of Comets players and they were built by staunch defense, good ball movement and some great runs and finishes. It was nice to see the Girls hard work pay off and it was the second day in a row of inspired play. Congratulations to Coach Sam on his first MSC Comets win and well done girls.
2015-10-25 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 2 0 Rye Running Rock Stars The Magic continued their fantastic recent play with their 5th straight win, a 2-0 victory over a Rye team that played hard throughout and was fairly evenly matched. The first half was back and forth but neither team had much of a scoring opportunity and it was 0-0. The Magic scored early in the 2nd half on a great individual effort, and added another halfway through the 2nd to lead 2-0. Rye put on furious pressure down the stretch, including hitting a post, but the Magic held tight for the victory!
2015-10-25 WYSL U10 Boys Express 1 1 New Rochelle Saints
2015-10-25 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 2 Scarsdale athletico
2015-10-25 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 1 6 East Ramapo
2015-10-24 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 1 1 Like Premier FC Lloyd LIFE An evenly fought match against a tough opponent. The Lloyd girls got the first goal and Union girls fought back hard. Toward the end of the half a trip in the penalty box gave the Union girls a penalty kick. The kick was powerful, high, and unstoppable. Final score 1-1.
2015-10-25 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 2 1 Larchmont Blue Tigers
2015-10-25 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 1 0 Mamaroneck Red Wolves Earthquakes played well and hard against a determined opponent. With the result a 1-0 victory, the Earthquakes maintained their undefeated record in league play.
2015-10-25 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 3 4 Castle ford royal
2015-10-25 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 5 2 Rye Brook Rowdies
2015-10-25 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 0 2 Lake Grove
2015-10-18 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 2 2 Munay Ossining Lightning Tablada scored two goals and Wagner made a number of spectacular saves as the Beat and Lightening played to a 2-2 draw.The Beat took a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute on a penalty kick goal by Tablada, who extended her consecutive games with a goal streak.The score remained 1-0 at halftime.The Lightning equalized early in the second half, tying the score at 1-1.Tablada put the Beat ahead on a throw-in from Irwin to Tablada, who dribbled past two defenders and clipped the ball with the outside of her right foot into the far post for a 2-1 Beat lead.The Lightning responded six minutes later to make the score 2-2.With the draw, the Beat's record is 3-1-1 in regular season play.
2015-10-25 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 0 0 Castleford Gold The Hurricanes played a complete game against a tough team. Evenly matched, the game ended in a 0-0 draw.
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 3 5 White Plains Barca This was a well-matched game and the Clash team played with heart today.
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 3 1 New Rochelle Bombers They say "when a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality". Today's performance by the Rockers against the New Rochelle Bombers was a perfect example of this. From the start Rockers took control of the match and began pounding the Bomber's goal with Eli scoring the opener 10 minutes into the game following a beautiful assist by Owen. This was followed by a ferocious volley from Derek who buried the ball into the bombers net securing a 2 goal lead by the 20 minute mark. The Bombers did retaliate but their attacks were quickly neutralized by the strong defensive wall of Teymour, Oliver and Ryan. It wasn't long before Eli from the half way line started a beautiful run on goal past 3 defenders to give the Rockers a comfortable 3-0 lead at halftime. With the angle of the field and wind against them the Rockers set about defending their lead in the second half. Again through skillful passing and distribution of the ball they kept the Bombers at bay. In desperation the latter began a series of full on offensive squeezing one goal in but it was too little too late, no matter how dirty they played the Rockers remained unfazed and victory was theirs to be had and the game ended 3-1. The Rockers of old were back!
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 5 0 Castleford B03 Foxes First half the boys seemed as if they were in slow motion. Gavin scored a goal at 17 minutes.Second half there was more passing using of the wings and as a result more goals - Mateus about 10 minutes in then Jack and Nico at 49th and 50th minutes respectfully. Then Braden had a left footed goal at 56 minutes. The other team had opportunities and Allessandro made a great block at the goal but they were never able to convert.
2015-10-25 NPL U12 Girls Charge 1 1 STA Stallions In two games versus the STA team, good ball control, spacing and ball control led to a tie and a victory by the Charge. The first game began with good ball control in the first ten minutes as the Charge got organized. The play was fast paced with coordinated efforts by the Charge to win the ball, get open and move the ball forward. The STA defense was a fierce match for Charge, however, quick to unwind any opportunities that developed for the Charge and no shots were taken in the first ten minutes, and generally there were not many shots taken in the first half, in the range of three. Some opportunities did emerge, however. A nice example occurred at 30 minutes when Charge forward hustled the ball forward on the right side, finishing with a good centering pass to center forward for a shot attempt. The score was 0-0 at the half, only a 30 minutes half. The second half began with a good pass from center forward to right defense that shot off the crossbar at 3 minutes. A nice save from Charge goalkeeper prevented an opposing goal at 5 minutes. Some significant pressure against the Charge emerged in the middle of the second half when a free kick for STA at 12 minutes was shot over the goal. This was followed by a good chance in the box for STA at 13 minutes. Finally, at 14:30, the Charge was first to score, when a throw in from the right defender at the top of the box passed to Charge left defender who kicked it into the upper 90s, for a 1-0 lead, Charge. This was followed by an STA tap in opportunity that looked like an easy one, but was somehow missed on the left side of the net. STA tied the game at 17 minutes, 1-1. Two more good scoring chances for the Charge in the remaining minutes were created, but no further scoring on either side. Final score, 1-1.
2015-10-25 STA Stallions U12 Girls Charge 2 1 STA Stallions In the second, high-energy game of the Charge vs the STA Stallions, more shots were taken both ways and play was more free. The STA were first to score when a missed pass following an offsides call on STA, landed on pink, and STA scored with a looping shot, 0-1. The goal was countered near the end of the first half by Charge center forward on a pass from the Charge right forward. The score remained 1-1 at the end of the first half. Highlights in the second half included a goal by Charge goalkeeper at 18 minutes, to put the Charge ahead, 2-1, at 18 minutes, where they remained at the end of the second 35 minute half, a victory for the Charge.
2015-10-18 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 2 1 West Side Red Bulls
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 0 1 Rye Rockers An evenly matched competition with the Rye Rockers pulling out a win. The Surf team played with such heart and committment.
2015-10-25 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 3 1 Rivertowns Utd G04 T Strikers It was a team effort today as the MSC Spirit defeated the Rivertowns United Strikers 3-1 at Losee Park in Tarrytown, New York.The Spirit struck early in the first half with two goals by Jordyn. Olivia and Shaye also had shots on goal with Maya G and Tess making the passes that made the shots happen. Samantha had four great saves in goal, including a dramatic diving save near the end of the first half.The second half was highlighted, as in the first, by the solid play of the Spirit middies, including Ellie, Shaye and Maya S and the defensive wall of Gnouma, Thalia, Maria, Flore and Kate. The offense kept the pressure on the Strikers with attacking play by Sydney and Tynne, and Samara scoring on a nice shot near the end of the game.
2015-10-25 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 2 0 New Rochelle Rovers
2015-10-25 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 3 0 Mamaroneck
2015-10-25 NPL U13 Girls Power 1 1 STA NPL-02 The MSC U13 Girls Power showed their mettle today in their first meeting of the Fall 2015 NPL Season with STA from Morristown, NJ. In their last meeting in the Spring Season the Power suffered their toughest loss on hot, humid, stormy afternoon in New Jersey falling 5-1 and also falling to second place. Having never beaten STA in three previous meetings, the Power were looking to break their losing ways. The game was played on Randall's 83 under a warm fall sun. Both teams toyed with each other early, without getting on the board, and both goalies began with strong saves when called upon. STA finally broke through about twenty minutes into the game on a quick rush on broken play that resulted in a strong low strike that hugged the ground and just got under the Power goalie Sarah's body, as she hit the pitch. The score remained 1-0 in halftime. The second half found the Power turning up their pressure on the ball, as they tried to force turnovers and quick counterattacks. The strategy payed off and Power got several shots on goal on rushes up the left side. Finally after penalty call on STA on a high kick that hit Power Defender Emma, Stephanie put a strong kick over the goalies reach that fell just over the crossbar. On the STA goal kick a quick response by Power set up Stephanie again, and this time she hit a beautiful long shot from beyond the 18 yard box to knot the score at 1-1. The Power ratcheted up the pressure on several more rushes by Justine, Allana and Kylie but were unable to score even through they had the STA girls on the ropes. Power keeper Sarah also made several tough stops in the final minutes to hold the line. Final score a 1-1 draw. The rematch will have to remain until Spring but the Power have finally gotten STA's attention with their strong afternoon of play. By far the best an most exciting game of the Season.GO POWER!
2015-10-25 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 0 2 Harrison Hornets
2015-10-25 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 3 3 John Jay Lightning Wonderfully competitive game today between MSC Fire and John Jay Lightning. MSC Fire's first goal was scored by new comer Ziselman (30) who took a good cross and chipped it into the goal. A second goal was scored quickly in beginning of the second half on a PK from inside the box. Kicker was another newcomer Pusey (2) who kicked it far left of goalie's right side position. John Jay Lightning quickly evened up the score. Mid way through the second half Yadav (15) takes a long shot from the far left side of the of the field just outside the box - long and high scoring the third goal. Nicely done Fire!

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 17-18

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Match Summary
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 8 2 Yonkers Gold Barcelona survived some early tough tackling to take control in the second half with goals from Jonah, Neuhan and a nice deflection by Ewing. Good passing and spacing helped the team maintain its comfortable lead even with the other team sporting an extra player. Nice win Barca!
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 2 3 Castleford Hurricane
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Boys United 2 4 Eastchester Typhoon
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 5 2 Rivertowns United The Olympiacos defeated the Rivertowns United team 5-2 today. The boys all played hard and it was a true team victory as usual. Scorers included Marco Spanedda with two goals (on his birthday!), and Jordan Schwartzman, Jack Rustum, and Neave Segal with one goal each. Congratulations to the boys on a job well done and special thanks to Andrew Sossen for his coaching effort!
2015-10-18 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 3 2 Castleford G07 Mustangs
2015-10-18 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 0 7 Westchester SC
2015-10-18 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 7 1 Castleford B06 Scorpions Entertaining game for players and spectators alike. The Impact were able to dictate play from the beginning rarely letting up.
2015-10-18 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 3 0 Rivertowns United Power The Magic rode the momentum of last week's tournament success with a complete effort and a 3-0 win over Rivertowns. The girls played with a different level of confidence and cohesion and had a number of additional scoring opportunities beyond the three scores. The back line played another fantastic game, giving up few chances leading to the 3rd straight shutout for the Magic!
2015-10-17 WYSL U10 Boys Express 0 5 Csatleford B05 Rapids
2015-10-18 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 7 White Plain B05 White
2015-10-18 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 3 2 Harrison Tornadoes
2015-10-18 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 2 1 Dix Hills Gummy Bears Was an excellent game of soccer, with the Union girls playing really well. The Gummy Bears played well but the Union defense was on point throughout the match. Final score 2-1 for Union.
2015-10-18 NY Cup U10 Girls Union 4 1 SABA Brooklyn The Union girls had the second win of the day over the SABA girls. The Saba girls were technically strong, but the Union girls played well together both on the offensive and on defense. Final score 4-1 Union.
2015-10-18 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 2 0 Larchmont Blue TIgers
2015-10-18 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 5 1 Eastchester Red Rockets
2015-10-17 NY Cup U11 Boys Earthquakes 8 0 Albertson Soccer Club Storm Strong team effort in NY Cup game
2015-10-18 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 2 1 Eastchester Bulldogs Earthquakes emerged with the victory in a game between two undefeated teams in the BU11 First Division. The game was hard-fought with both teams combining smart soccer with physical play. In what was a true team effort for the Earthquakes, Naki scored twice and GK Oscar made an impressive save of a late PK
2015-10-18 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 0 4 River town United legends
2015-10-18 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 6 4 Rivertowns Utd B05 Rebels
2015-10-17 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 1 1 Commack
2015-10-17 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 0 4 East Islip
2015-10-18 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 6 0 Scarsdale Sao Paolo The Hurricane came ready to play and completely dominated play from start to finish. Six different players contributed goals (Herrera, Glogoff, Fetzer, Gernandt, Feinberg, Shaftel). Scarsdale managed a few opportunities, but they were confidently handled by the Hurricane keeper, Levengood. Great work in earning the clean sheet with a decisive 6-0 victory.
2015-10-17 NY Cup U12 Boys Clash 9 2 Eastchester Jaguars
2015-10-18 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 4 6 Scarsdale Porto This was a challenging game for both teams. They fought hard and played their hearts out on the field today.
2015-10-18 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 4 3 Munay Ossining Tornadoes B03 The Rockers continued their ascendancy out of the B12 basement with their first win of the season. Derek scored a hat trick in the first 20 minutes of the first half; Brian scoring the other goal of the half for the Rockers who went into halftime up 4-1. The ball distribution was excellent from the backfield through the front line. Numerous times throughout the game the Rockers were able to put together 4-6 consecutive passes. Brian had two assists, Owen one, and Derek one. A strong westerly wind was the 10th man on the field and in the second half the wind was at the opponents' backs. The Rockers had a much harder time moving the ball up the field. Still, they limited the opposing side to 2 goals after halftime. Both goalies played exceptionally well. Coach Orlando's creative, tactical sub rotation put Arjun, Ryan, and Elias in new positions and these players responded with positive contributions.
2015-10-18 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 0 0 Atletico Ramapo Forfeit by East Ramapo
2015-10-17 NPL U12 Girls Charge 1 3 Massapequa Fury The Charge faced a determined opponent in the Massapequa Fury, who played a physical game, with quite a few tackles, and took lots of shots, keeping the Charge keeper busy. The Charge goalkeeper was immediately in action with two saves at 4 minutes and 5, one a high shot, and one across the middle. Some good sequences did emerge for the Charge that were more in keeping with their normal style of play, notably at 7 minutes, when a pass from midfield to right forward, left forward, and then center mid almost yielded a shot. A nice defensive save emerged at 8 minutes when Charge center defense prevented a breakaway run at 8 minutes. A breakaway from run from the Charge right forward looked quite interesting but was tackled by opposing. Two Fury runs at the Charge goal ended in offsides calls, and a third ended in a missed shot. The goalkeeper had an interesting save at 13 minutes when a shot ricocheted off of the left post to be caught mid air for a save, and then another save at 14 minutes in the middle quickly followed. On the attacking side for the Charge, the center mid was fouled, leading a free kick near the goal for the Charge that was a near miss across outside the left post. Three more saves followed from Charge goalkeeper at 18, 24 and 25 minutes. Then at 30 minutes, the Furry landed a shot, 0-1, and followed up quickly with goals at 32 and 33 minutes, the last one a crossing play. Two more saves by Charge goalkeeping finished the half at 0-3. The second half saw more action from the Charge on the attacking side, more passing sequences and scoring opportunities, with a nice throw in that connected with left defense, then right forward and was put back in by Charge center forward at 29 minutes, for a final score of 1-3.
2015-10-17 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 5 Massapequa Fury The Charge once again faced a determined opponent in the second game versus the Massapequa Fury. The Charge played an even game in the first half, taking some shots while the Charge goalie was also active as the opponents attacked as well. Score at the half was 0-0. The second half began as the first, until midway, when a number of breaks led to five opposing team goals. Final score, 0-5, Fury.
2015-10-18 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 1 0 Greenburgh Utd Lightning It was a brisk fall day in Ardsley as the Spirit took on Greenburgh Utd Lightning. The Spirit dominated the first half with strong goaltending by Tess, but missed opportunities on three excellent corner kicks by Samara. The Spirit took the lead before halftime with a powerful assist by Jordyn and goal by Samara. In the second half, the Lightning became electrified and went on the offense. Thanks to the rock solid defense in the form of Maria, Talia and Gnouma, and a fantastic save by goalie Kate, the Spirit won 1-0.
2015-10-18 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 0 5 Chappaqua Red Devils Chappaqua wanted the win and fought hard for it.
2015-10-18 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 3 0 Castleford B02 Gold Another strong showing by the Aztecs on a beautiful fall day at Randalls. Congratulations to the boys on a great game!
2015-10-17 NPL U13 Girls Power 1 2 Massapequa SC NPL-02 On a balmy Fall afternoon under a combination of sunny and cloudy skies at the Field of Dreams, the MSC U13 Power NPL-02 squared off against the U13 Massapequa SC NPL-02 girls. Unfortunately, the Power's recent woes continued as they took on an opponent they had already beaten in their first match of the Fall 2016 season. The Power scored first and early on a left side rush as Justine fed Allana, who found Malia on the right flank, who let go a strong left footed shot to give the Power a 1-0 lead. The game moved slowly from their as neither team was able to connect on any strong shots. Unfortunately a clever cross on after a throw-in lead to a Massapequa score with about 15 seconds left in the half to tie the score. The second half saw the Power fall into a doldrum that let Massapequa build their confidence, as they finally found the back of the net on a defensive lapse to take a 2-1 lead. The Power did make several rushes on goal by various players, but no one was able to convert. Massapequa held on to earn their first victory of the the fall season.
2015-10-18 NY Cup U13 Girls Power 3 1 Commack SUSA Chaos After a long drought, which saw the MSC U13 Girls Power scoring only one goal in four games, the Power brought their 'A' game to their second NY Cup game in the 2015-16 Elimination Round. After losing their first game to Stony Brook, the Power found their backs to the wall and in need of a victory to have a chance to move on to the Spring Elimination Rounds. In spite of a Saturday afternoon game in Massapequa, and a rousing Bat Mitzvah party for fellow Power player Alex Gottlieb, the Power seemed fresh and eager to avenge their first NY Cup loss. With a new formation, with intention of strengthening the defensive line and the Midfield, magic returned. Sharp passing, maximum effort and pressure on the ball, and deft teamwork, where everyone trusted their teammates with their assignments, the visiting Long Island Commack Chaos has their hands full from the start. The Power jumped off to a quick lead in the first five minutes, with Allana finishing with a strong strike, on passes from the left side from Ella to Malia to Allana to give Power a 1-0 lead. It didn't take too much longer for the Power stretch their lead to 2-0 on passes from Justine and Steph to Allana, who connected on her second goal of the afternoon. Commack mounted a couple of good runs and finally appeared to score in the final seconds of the half on a corner kick and goal crease scrum, but the play was waved offsides leaving the Power with a 2-0 lead at the Half. the second half saw the Power continue to pressure the Long Islanders to no avail. Finally after a direct free kick from Allana, Chloe put back a rebound from a goalie to give Power a 3-0 lead. Power stayed tight and tough and ran out the clock to give themselves a 3-0 victory, and new life in the NY Cup. Well done Power! Great to see Coach Ave on the bench with Coach Hoogerwerf.
2015-10-18 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 0 1 Yorktown Blaze Three of our usual defenders were unavailable this week, but Ryan and Ainsley stepped in admirably. It's great to have Leyla back and injury free. Maya was phenomenal in goal, making multiple spectacular saves. Alternating snowflakes and sunshine.
2015-10-17 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 1 3 PDA Kaka White
2015-10-18 NY Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 2 0 Lake Grove

SCORES FOR COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND TOURNAMENTS

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 3 4 Yonkers Rush
2015-10-04 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 5 3 Scarsdale
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Boys Cosmos 3 4 Middle Country Rush Vipers
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Boys Cosmos 0 4 Village of the Branch Strikeforce
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Boys Cosmos 2 1 Sachem Gold
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Boys Cosmos 4 0 Smithtown
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 4 5 West Side Red Bulls B07E Back to Randalls Island on one of the first days of Fall. Strong winds at first died down during the second half of the game. The Red Bulls came out strong with a goal in the first 5 minutes of the game and another within the next 10. They kept the pressure on until the Blitz came back with a vengeance and scored two goals. Both teams went goal for goal and game was tied up at 4. A debatable penalty on Blitz lead to a penalty kick that gave the Bulls the winning goal.All in all, the teams were evenly matched and the game showcased some awesome footwork, speed and teamwork on behalf of The Blitz!..They are a force to be reckoned with....
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Boys Blitz 3 8 HBC Athletico
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Boys Blitz 6 3 Southbeach United
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Boys Blitz 1 6 Shoreline FC Atletico
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Boys Blitz 1 3 Manhattan Impact
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Girls Magic 1 1 Hauppauge Extreme The Magic began their weekend with a tight match against a very solid opponent. After a 0-0 first half the Extreme scored a tough goal that hit the post and just barely crossed the line. The Magic responded fantastically with strong play and a goal that similarly just crossed the line when the goalie made a diving save but was beyond the line when she caught the ball. The 1-1 final score was the Magic's first draw of the season!
2015-10-10 Northport U9 Girls Magic 2 1 Northport Cow Harbor Sky Blue In their 2nd game of the day the Magic girls really came together and worked extremely hard all game on their way to a 2-1 win, their first victory of the season. The backline played tight defense all game and the Magic built a 2-0 lead. They gave one back down the stretch but held on for an exciting first win!
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Girls Magic 1 0 Satchem Yellow Building on the confidence from the first day of the tourney, the Magic played a strong and tight game against a skilled and fast opponent. The Magic carried much of the play before finally breaking through early in the 2nd half to take a 1-0 lead. The lead held up thanks to another fantastic effort from the 3 defenseman and the goalie who would not let up the tying goal.
2015-10-11 Northport U9 Girls Magic 3 0 Stonybrook Academy Blue Finishing up the tournament with their strongest effort of the weekend the Magic played an amazing match at both ends of the field. They had multiple scoring chances and a few breakaways in building a 3-0 lead. The defense wouldn't let the opponent get close to the goal, breaking up rush after rush with powerful kicks upfield. A penalty kick against had the chance to end the shutout but the Magic goalie made a solid save of the PK to preserve the victory and a 3-0-1 weekend enough for 2nd place in the tournament. Congrats Magic!!
2015-10-04 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 2 3 Bronx Colts
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 5 Levittown Celtic FC
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Boys Whitecaps 5 0 Northport Cow Harbor Storm
2015-10-11 Northport U10 Boys Whitecaps 2 3 Massapequa Cyclones
2015-10-11 Northport U10 Boys Whitecaps 0 5 Sachem Fireballs
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Boys Celtic 3 3 Massapequa Rangers
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Boys Celtic 3 1 Northport Cow Harbor Gunners
2015-10-11 Northport U10 Boys Celtic 4 2 Sachem Avengers
2015-10-11 Northport U10 Boys Celtic 1 5 Stony Brook Rush Porto
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U10 Girls Union 1 6 Coppa United The Coppa United girls were an excellent team.
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U10 Girls Union 0 2 Crusa Cyclones Blue A more evenly fought game. Union gave up two girls early in the first half, and could not come back from the deficit. The Blues defense was strong and did not allow Union to score despite many attempts.
2015-10-11 Kirkwood U10 Girls Union 0 1 Penn Legacy Very evenly played game, though the Penn Legacy girls got a boost with their early goal in the first half. The Union girls tried many attempts but were unable to score.Tough tournament with three losses and no goals scored.
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Girls Blizzard 8 0 Island Trees Rowdies
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Girls Blizzard 8 0 Island Trees Rowdies
2015-10-10 Northport U10 Girls Blizzard 7 0 Hauppauge Flash
2015-10-11 Northport U10 Girls Blizzard 6 0 Oyster Bay East Norwich Tide Runners
2015-10-10 Northport U11 Boys Toros 6 0 Sound Beach Arsenal
2015-10-10 Northport U11 Boys Toros 2 2 Stony brook Rush Dynamo
2015-10-11 Northport U11 Boys Toros 5 1 Nothport Cow Harbor Galaxy
2015-10-11 Northport U11 Boys Toros 3 1 Elwood storm Congratulations to the Toros. For winning their group at the tournament!!!
2015-10-04 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 3 2 Manhattan Hurricanes Gray scores twice as the Beat defeat their intraclub rivals, the Manhattan Hurricanes, 3-2.The Beat drew first blood when O'Brien stole the ball, drove past two defenders and was on a breakaway when she was fouled from behind. On the ensuing penalty kick, Gray launched the ball high into the net for the first score of the game.The Beat nearly got their second score on a well-executed drive as Cohen collected the ball near the far sideline, cut inside and passed to Baez, who after beating a defender, shot a well placed strike from the near side of the box that hit the goal bar.At the 24th minute mark, the Hurricanes knotted the score at 1-1.The Hurricanes came out stronger in the second half, dominating possession and it seemed only a matter of time before the pressure would pay dividends with a goal, which they did at the 32nd minute. The opponents had numerous scoring threats and their 2-1 lead would have been greater if not for the number of sensational saves by Wagner, coupled with White and Harned breaking up numerous threats. While the Hurricanes took the lead in the second half, the Beat responded in quick fashion.At the 45-minute mark, the Beat would break through. Chan collected the ball at the near sideline, cut inside, dupped not one, not two, but three defenders, and passed to Tablada who kept her scoring streak alive by racing past a defender, cutting inside and whipping a shot that landed in the lower right corner tying the score 2-2.After a Hurricane threat was broken up beautifully by Castro, and a lot of back-and-forth, the Beat were called for a questionable tripping penalty which reopened the vigorous debate of implementing instant replay. The ensuing penalty kick hit the crossbar, and the rebound deflected right to a Hurricane, but an alert Harned raced across, blocked the shot, coralled the rebound, and passed it upfield. At the 54th minute, the Beat were driving and the ball went out of bounds on the Hurricane side of the field. Irwin threw in a perfectly placed ball to Gray who knocked in the game winner. With the win, the Beat improve their record to 3-1 on the year.
2015-10-10 Northport U11 Girls Beat 3 1 Patchogue Lightning While the Beat controlled play in the first half, the Lightning made the most of their scoring opportunity and at halftime led 1-0.The Beat opened up the second half on the front foot, and at the 30th minute, O'Brien stole the ball, drove upfield and passed to Tablada who crossed to Gray who blasted it into the upper ninety for the game tying score.A few minutes later, Tablada blasted a corner kick towards goal, the goalie caught it, but the ball was kicked so hard that the momentum carried her backwards and into the goal for the Beat go ahead goal.At the 45th minute, the Lightening were threatening, but Irwin cleared the ball to Gray, who streaked up field, outraced two defenders and scored.
2015-10-10 Northport U11 Girls Beat 5 0 Harborfields The Beat dominated possession in the opening minutes, and took a quick 1-0 lead when Irwin did a give and go to Tablada who spotted Baez as the Beat forward charged forward. Baez collected the pass, cut back to shake a defender and blasted it under the cross bar for a 1-0 Beat lead.Irwin threw the ball in past the initial line of defense to O'Brien, who drove up field and her low cross was met by White, who laid it off to her side back to O'Brien who took a touch and placed it in the corner for a scored for a 2-0 Beat lead.The second half opened just as the first half closed with the Beat dominating play. Less than two minutes after tip-off, O'Brien faked two defenders, and placed a crisp pass to Tablada who scored for the 3-0 Beat lead.A mere three minutes later, Gray shot a left foot pass to Cohen, who dropped a cross pass to O'Brien who scored with her left foot, for the fourth Beat goal. At the 45th minute, the Barrucudas were driving, but Cohen, stole the ball, drove up field, passed to Chan, who exhibited fancy footwork and outplayed three defenders before passing to O'Brien, who passed to Irwin whose shot was blocked, but she slammed home the rebound with her left foot for the final score of the game.Wagner got the shutout, and was assisted on defense by Castro and Harned who applied steady pressure, and the speedy White who seems to be everywhere at all times.Final score 5-0 Beat
2015-10-11 Northport U11 Girls Beat 2 0 NYSCL Ravens Game #3 vs. NYCSL RavensThe Beat got off to a 1-0 lead when O'Brien stole the ball, fed it to Cohen, who spun around a defender, and led a streaking Tablada who shot it home for the first score of the game. The Beat held a 1-0 lead at halftime.As the second half opened, there was a tense moment when the Ravens drove towards the Beat goal, but Harned stole the ball and cleared it. Shortly after, in a sequence that exhibited exceptional teamwork and ball control, every Beat player touched the ball, starting with Irwin throwing the ball in bounds to O'Brien and ended with Baez passing to Tablada who scored her second goal of the game.Wagner made a number of spectacular saves in recording her second consecutive shutout.When asked by a reporter the secret to the Beat's great play, Grey attributed the victories to her "lucky headband."
2015-10-11 Northport U11 Girls Beat 1 2 Stony Brook Chelsea Game #4 vs. Stony Brook ChelseaThe final match pitted two undefeated teams against each other battling for the championship, and both teams looked eager from the opening whistle, but it was Chelsea who scored first. The Beat responded four minutes later when Castro stole the ball, dribbled past two defenders, and passed to Chan, who darted forward and slid the ball to Tablada, who raced past two defenders and unleashed a rocket for the game tying shot. Tablada has scored in every game this season, and numerous spectators were debating the best streaks in sports history, Cal Ripken's consecutive game playing streak, Joe Dimaggio's consecutive game hitting streak, Ronda Rousey's championship defenses, and Tablada's goal scoring streak were among those mentioned.As the first half was winding down, and the score knotted at 1-1, Chelsea had three scoring threats where they got behind the defense on breakaways and were in two on none situations. On the first breakaway, Harned raced back and broke up the threat. On the second, the speedy White raced back and diffused the threat. On the third, Wagner made a diving save on a shot to the right corner.As the second half got underway, White stole the ball, and passed it to Irwin, who fed it to Tablada who drove to the box and shot, but was denied due to a jumping save. Chelsea was a very physical team, and there was a lot of pushing, shoving, grabbing and elbowing by them, which resulted in an injury time out for Baez and Chan. Baez was able to resume play, but Chan received a bloody nose, rubbed dirt on it and asked to continue, but the injury was deemed too serious and she had to leave the game. By the time medical personnel could stop the bleeding, there was only a few minutes left in the game and despite her pleas to get back into action, she was not allowed too. We hope that she is feeling better, and will be ready for action next week.With the score knotted 1-1, Chelsea scored, and took home the championship.
2015-10-10 Northport U12 Boys Clash 1 1 Stony Brook Santos
2015-10-10 Northport U12 Boys Clash 5 1 Northport Cow Harbor Barcelona Another great game played today by the Clash. They used good ball control and passing skills. They worked well on spreading the field, going up the line and shooting today. It paid off well for them and gained them ball control and the goals they needed in the tournament.
2015-10-11 Northport U12 Boys Clash 2 2 Patchogue- Medford United
2015-10-11 Northport U12 Boys Clash 3 1 Sanchem United The Clash team did an excellent job working together as a team every game they play they get better as a group. They consistently gave their effort for the win of this game. Both teams gave a very strong effort in the tournament and it was a great game. Clash ended up placing 2nd place overall in the tournament and we are very proud of their results as a team.
2015-10-11 Northport U12 Boys Rapids 7 0 Bay Shore
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 5 3 Mahopac All Starz (NYE) In the first game of the Kirkwood Soccer Tournament vs Mahopac All Starz (NYE) the Charge Blue had good ball control and defense and lots of attacking plays. A few opportunities for the opposing team materialized from kick and run plays. The play began with some nervousness for Charge supporters as Mahopac scored a quick kick and run goal at 2 minutes for a score of 0-1. Five shots on goal and 1 incredible save by defense/goalkeeping later, there were still no goals for Charge Blue at 11 minutes; however, a welcome prediction came from the Charge coach that the game would be won with a final score of 3-1 or 4-2, Charge. Then came a breakaway Charge attempt from left defense, another shot attempt from center forward, and finally a very welcome score from Charge left forward. The shot came off of a rebound on the opposing goalie from Charge center forward and tied the game 1-1 at 12 minutes. The next Charge goal was worked up the right sideline by the right forward and crossed the field through the middle of the box giving a scoring opportunity to the center and the left forward, who scored, putting the Charge ahead 2-1 at 16 minutes. Three more passing plays almost scored for the Charge, and then a scary kick from the Charge box to Mahopac almost scored at 20 minutes. At 22 minutes a penalty kick from Mahopac scored to tie the game 2-2. This was followed by a nice Charge shot from a passing series at 28 minutes that missed and a Charge corner kick and rebound that almost made it at 29:30. The half ended tied at 2-2. The second half continued with lots of attacking pressure from the Charge and a Mahopac breakaway shot attempt blocked by the Charge goalie at 3 minutes. Two corner kicks from Charge were near misses. Then, at 7 minutes, Charge left defense had a beautiful free kick shot over the Mahopac goalkeeper's head to put the Charge in the lead, 3-2. The next Charge goal came after heavy Charge pressure, leading to two Charge corner kicks. The second kick went through the box to the far sideline. Good hustle by Charge left forward saved the ball from going out, and the ball was passed back to midfield. Left defense then passed to center defense, who passed it to the top of the box, where the Charge left forward shot at the top mid goal box to score, 4-2 at 13 minutes. A Mahopac breakaway shot attempt was saved by Charge center defense at 15 minutes. A breakaway shot from Charge left defense was a near miss at 17 minutes. A Mahopac breakaway attempt was saved by the Charge goal keeper at 20 minutes. A final Charge goal was scored by the center forward at 20:30, on an assist from Charge right forward in the box. A free kick at 22 minutes for Mahopac scored, 5-3, where the score stayed with a missed Charge corner kick at 23 minutes, a free kick from Mahopac saved by Charge goal keeper, and a last shot attempt at 29 minutes by Charge center forward. Win for the Charge!
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 6 0 Crusa FC Bucks Sting (PAE) Game 1 of the Kirkwood tournament for the MSC Charge White team v the Crusa FC Bucks Sting was a clear victory, a 6-0 shutout for the Charge. The first Charge goal at 4 minutes was an assisted shot from the top left of the box curved into the far post, 1-0. At 10 minutes, the Charge center forward took the ball on a run from midfield, beating the FC Bucks defender to the left, deep in the box, scoring on a shot to the far post, 2-0. A free kick from the Charge center forward almost scored, and a good run from the Charge right forward also almost scored. At 19 minutes, the Charge center forward drove to the middle of the box to score, 3-0. The score was still 3-0 at the half. An interesting moment came in the second half, at 8:30, when a dangerous shot by the FC Bucks was deflected up by the Charge goalkeeper, hit the cross bar and came down, and was deflected away off the post by the Charge left defense. At 15 minutes a good run by Charge defense almost scored. Then at 16 minutes the Charge center forward faced off with the goalkeeper after a run and almost scored, just missing off the far post. At 16:30 a long pass from the Charge right defense up the middle was overtaken by the Charge center forward, who beat the FC Bucks defense and goalkeeper to score on the left, 4-0. At 23 minutes the Charge center took a drop ball, passed to the right forward, who passed back to center at the top of the box, who dribbled, shot and scored, 5-0. The final Charge goal was by the Center forward on a run to score. The final score was 6-0, a win for the Charge.
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 4 1 Kirkwood Academy 03/04 (DE) The second Charge Blue game in the Kirkwood tournament vs Kirkwood Academy 03/04 (DE) was similar to the first in good passing, ball control and defense by the Charge. The major difference from the first game was that there were more and better shot attempts by the opposing team, especially in the second half, where Charge goalkeeper had an incredible game, with multiple diving saves. The first goal was for the Charge at 2 minutes, driven up the middle by Charge center forward, 1-0. A dangerous cross at 8 minutes missed by about six inches left for Kirkwood. At 12 minutes, a great almost goal by Charge left defense was stopped by the Kirkwood keeper. Immediately following the Charge attempt, the Kirkwood forwards threaded through Charge defense, and almost collided with the Charge goalkeeper, and Kirkwood scored to tie the game 1-1 at 12 minutes. At 14 minutes, a foul on the Charge left forward led to a free kick taken by Charge left defense that scored in the upper 90s, over the keepers head; 2-1 at 14 minutes. At 19 minutes a free kick by Charge center defense found center mid in the box who took a shot but missed. Another good shot by Charge center missed off of the left goalpost. At 29 minutes a great shot from the far right sideline by the Charge right defense over the players' heads made it inside the far post to score, 3-1, where the score remained at the half. The second half featured a sequence of incredible saves by the Charge goalkeeper at 3, 5, 9, 11, 12, 15 and 16 minutes. In the meantime, the Charge was also active with shot attempts. Charge left forward had a lightning fast run past defense, but missed. The Charge right forward had a good rush on the goal at 10 minutes. A nice pass from Charge center defense to left forward was almost a goal at 20 minutes, followed by a shot from the Charge center defense at the top of the box at 21 minutes. Then, an incredible kick save by the Charge goalkeeper defeated 3 attacking Kirkwood players. The final Charge goal came at 23 minutes and began with a nice punt from the Charge goalkeeper to the right forward, who worked the ball past Kirkwood defense to the top of the box and scored with a high over the head and through fingers of the Kirkwood goalkeeper, 4-1. At 28 minutes a penalty kick for Kirkwood was shot over the goal and missed. A final Charge rush by left defense shot over the goal. Final score, 4-1, Charge.
2015-10-10 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 5 1 Continental FC Arsenal '03F (PAE) The second game for the MSC Charge White was versus the Continental FC Arsenal '03 F (PAE). After giving up a goal midway through the first half Charge came roaring back with two first half responses; the first by Aki Yomaguchi on a Sasha Kudon corner kick at the 22 minute mark and the second a breakaway Sophia Stellabott goal at 24 minutes. The second half was all Charge after a successful Avery Levinson Penalty Kick for a hand ball in box. Stellabotte broke through the defense again for her second and she scored a hat trick from just left of the goal. Pops was in goal for most of the game with Levinson in goal for the last 5 mins in the 5-1 victory.
2015-10-11 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 3 0 Continental FC Arsenal '03F (PAE) The Charge Blue semifinal v the Continental Arsenal in the Kirkwood tournament was a 3-0 victory for the Charge. The play began with a good run by Charge right forward, but no shot. At 3 minutes an opportunity for the Charge right defense missed high over the box. At 8 minutes, a dangerous penalty kick for Continental Arsenal from a breakaway went high, hit the cross bar and went over the back, 0-0. At 18 minutes after two Charge throw ins that ended in a corner kick, the Charge left defense connected a well placed corner kick to Charge center forward who bashed the ball in, 1-0. At 23:30, the Charge midfield passed to Charge left forward, who dribbled at full speed, at a 45 degree angle, shot and scored, 2-0. At 28 minutes, Arsenal had a dangerous centering pass at the top of the box, that was overtaken by Charge defense and saved. At 29 minutes, a shot at the Charge goalkeeper was partially blocked, flew up to hit the crossbar, then was caught by the Charge goalkeeper. The score remained 2-0, Charge, at the half. In the second half, a throw in by the Charge left forward found its way to the Charge center mid who kicked a nice shot on the near side to beat the Arsenal goalie, 3-0. Final score, 3-0, Charge Blue.
2015-10-11 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 0 0 Charge The Charge Blue and White matched up at the Championship game of the Kirkwood tournament having each won their semifinal games. It was a great scrimmage with both sides playing well to the delight of family and coaches. A great win and great fun for the Charge. GOOOOOOOOOO CHAAAAAARGE!!!!
2015-10-11 Kirkwood U12 Girls Charge 4 3 Kirkwood Academy 03/04 (DE) The semi-final match of the Kirkwood Tournament for the MSC Charge White vs the Kirkwood Academy was an exciting game, closely fought, but the Charge White prevailed to move on to the Championship round. In the first half, Kirkwood gained an early lead, 0-2 Charge. The Charge right wing was tripped on right side of box leading to a PK from Charge center mid, who scored 1-2. Charge left wing scored to tie the game, 2-2. Right defender score from center, 3-2. The Kirkwood girls then scored to to tie the game again with scant minutes to go, 3-3. Finally, the Charge left wing crossed to the striker to score from center, 4-3
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 0 2 Asphalt Green Legends
2015-10-10 Northport U12 Girls Spirit 0 2 Stony Brook Paris St. Germain Spirit played their toughest opponent of the season in the first game of the Northport Cow Harbor Tournament, Stony Brook Paris St. Germain. The first half featured good all-around play by Olivia, strong pressure by Jordyn and Tess and tough defense from Shaye. Despite their best efforts, Spirit found themselves down, 2-0 at the half.The second half was a defensive battle with Maria and Kate working hard to make sure that Stony Brook wouldn't score again. Neither team was able to find the back of the net during the closely played second half and the Spirit went down to a 2-0 defeat.
2015-10-10 Northport U12 Girls Spirit 4 0 Northport Cow Harbor Divas Spirit shook off the earlier loss and went back to work in the second game of the tournament. In what has become typical for a Spirit game, the scoring was led by Samara, who had goals in the first and second halves, pacing the rest of the team. The offense was bolstered by Tess' passing and Jordyn's shooting, and once again, strong defense shored up the offense. Ellis, Maya G., Maria, Talia and Gnouma all stood tall in tight spots, making goalie Samantha's day easier. Kate,and Tynne played tough in the middle of the field and Olivia and Jordyn each scored in the second half, helping Spirit to a 4-0 win.
2015-10-11 Northport U12 Girls Spirit 0 2 Massapequa SC Magic The Spirit were shut out by the Massapequa Magic in the first game of the second day of the Northport Tournament. The Spirit had several scoring opportunities in the second half but were unable to convert and went down to defeat, 2-0.
2015-10-11 Northport U12 Girls Spirit 4 1 Downtown United Spirit went into the final game of the tournament looking to salvage the weekend and got to work quickly with Tess scoring in the first several minutes of the game off of a perfectly placed throw in by Kate. Tess followed shortly with her second goal of the game and Samara blasted her third goal of the tournament and the Spirit were up 3-0 at halftime.The second half was dominated by Maya G and Ellis, who time and again worked the ball into the DUSC half of the field. Maya scored on a strong kick late in the second half and the Spirit cruised to a 4-1 win. Defensive standouts included Gnouma, Talia and Maria, with Samantha providing her typical strong goaltending work.
2015-10-10 EDP Fall Cup U13 Boys Gremio 0 0 STA Morris United 02
2015-10-10 EDP Fall Cup U13 Boys Gremio 4 1 Rose Tree SC 02/03
2015-10-11 EDP Fall Cup U13 Boys Gremio 2 1 FSA FC U13 Boys Navy With this victory, Gremio clinched their bracket and made it to the championship final.
2015-10-11 EDP Fall Cup U13 Boys Gremio 0 3 PWSI Courage (VA) The game was scoreless after the first half of play. Gremio had a number of early chances on goal that were not to be. The boys also had the better part of possession. But PWSI honed what proved to be a dangerous attack in the second half and netted three goals to take the victory.
2015-10-10 Northport U13 Boys Aztecs 3 1 Cold Spring Harbor
2015-10-10 Northport U13 Boys Aztecs 10 0 Commack Dominators
2015-10-11 Northport U13 Boys Aztecs 3 0 St. Pats Athletic
2015-10-11 Northport U13 Boys Aztecs 6 0 Kings Park Heat Aztecs finish 4-0 to win the tournament. Congratulations to the boys on a great weekend.
2015-10-10 WAGS Cup U13 Girls Power 0 3 North United FC Rush (PAW) Power got off to a rough start. Down 2-0 at halftime. A stronger second half brought some excitement but shots on goal were scarce. Final score. 3-0 in favor of North United.
2015-10-10 WAGS Cup U13 Girls Power 0 5 FC Virginia (VA) The Power's tough day continued as a strong Virginia team scored five times in the first half. The Power staved off further damage in the second half but the result was never in doubt. Virginia over Power: 5-0.
2015-10-11 WAGS Cup U13 Girls Power 0 4 Solar Chelsea (TXN) The Power's losing woes continued on Sunday at the WAGS Cup. Coming up against a strong Dallas Texas team, Solar Chelsea 03G, currently the number 5-ranked team nationally on the Gotsports U13 Girls charts, the Power came up empty again, being shut down by a score of 4-0, ending a tough weekend of three consecutive losses. With little time to rest, the Power get back on the pitch next weekend against Massapequa on Saturday, followed by their second NY Cup Match Sunday. Time to forget about a tough weekend in Virginia and concentrate on continuing their strong start in their Fall NPL season and take care of another WAGS competitor, the SUSA Commack Destroyers. Go Power!
2015-10-10 Northport U13 Girls Timbers 0 2 South Huntington Thunder
2015-10-10 Northport U13 Girls Timbers 0 2 Auburndale Lady Eagles
2015-10-11 Northport U13 Girls Timbers 0 2 Stony Brook Revolution
2015-10-11 Northport U13 Girls Timbers 0 1 Lake Grove Newfield Sting
2015-10-10 EDP Fall Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 2 0 Canadian Academy of Futbol Select
2015-10-10 EDP Fall Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 0 1 Baltimore Celtic Darby
2015-10-11 EDP Fall Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 1 3 Valeo FC Elite
2015-10-09 Brooklyn Italians U17 Boys 98 Premier 1 1 Auburndale 98 Premier, fresh off their tryouts, felt their way through game one of the Brooklyn Italians Tournament against a fiesty Auburndale side from Queens. Auburndale struck first; 98 Premier tied it with a second half PK, and there it stayed.
2015-10-10 Brooklyn Italians U17 Boys 98 Premier 2 0 Toronto Lynx Game two of group play at Brooklyn Italians. After an even first half, 98 Premier wore down the physical Lynx from Canada, with goals coming from Brando Guzman and Jules-Henri Revault.
2015-10-10 Brooklyn Italians U17 Boys 98 Premier 3 1 Smithtown Game 3 of Brooklyn Italians, starting at 9 pm at a chilly Aviator Field. Smithtown came in kicking, giving our boys a scare with classic Long Island hustle, but 98 Premier were able to turn the tide, first tightening up on defense then finally loosening and breaking down the Smithtown defense. Smithtown got one back on a PK in the final minutes but MSC took the match and the group. Goals from Clay Hamilton. Abdoul Diallo and Jules-Henri Revault.
2015-10-12 Brooklyn Italians U17 Boys 98 Premier 3 0 MSC Cougars A mini derby in the semifinals as MSC's two U17 boys teams, Cougars and 98 Premier, faced each other. The Cougars gave 98 Premier a run for their money, holding the match scoreless for the first half, and hanging tough through the final whistle.
2015-10-12 Brooklyn Italians U17 Boys 98 Premier 2 0 Toronto Lynx The final of Brooklyn Italians gave the visitors from Canada a chance to avenge their loss in group play to MSC. The match was suitably intense from the opening whistle, complete with red and yellow cards, but in the end the result was the same...and the trophy went into the hands of the boys from Manhattan. Goals from Evan Heus (one of five newcomers to the team) and Abdoul Diallo, Goalkeeper Carter Dutton Kneaves gave up just one goal from the run of play in the five matches of the tournament.

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 3-4

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 7 2 MSC Sparta 0
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Boys Sparta 7 2 MSC Barcelona 0
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 0 6 Castleford Hurricane
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Boys United 5 2 Castleford Cyclones
2015-09-27 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 4 2 Yonkers Utd Rush Meteors Another great effort by the Olympiacos!!! The Yonkers Meteors put forth a good challenge. Despite that there was some early scoring by the Olympiacos, with nice passing and coordination from Ethan, Marco and Charlie that led to the first goal. Charlie scored goal 2 with additional support from the group. Jake also came in with a nice shot to score and there was one own goal, which rounded out the score to 4 for the Olympiacos. The game was not all offense though, there was some great defensive moves from the Olympiacos defenders with every boy working hard to keep Yonkers from scoring. There were some key defending moves from Lev, Jack and Ethan and great saves from Gavin and Holden as goalkeepers. Yonkers did not let up though, and ended the game with two goals.
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 6 2 Scarsdale Green City The SGC team was a good match for the Olympiacos. Early attempts at scoring by Gavin, Charlie and Jake were shut down by the SGC goalie. But Olympiacos was undeterred. Charlie scored goal #1 late in the first quarter. Jack came in with Goal 2 and the boys moved the ball well with Lev putting in some critical moves up the field. The second half started out well with Ethan taking a few shots and Niev also. Gavin came in with goal #3 and Marco tried a shot or two also. SGC then came in with their first goal. Ethan showed some good defense and before you knew it Charlie had goal #4. Jordy keep SGC guessing with some good defensive moves and Andrew had some very good passing throughout. Niev as goalkeeper blocked a goal attempt by SGC. Holden kept the pressure on and even threw in a kick back to his teammate. Charlie put in a header goal (#5) from a corner kick by a teammate. SGC got in goal #2. Jack was not ready to quit and came in with a strong kick for goal #6. Overall, tremendous team effort and great game!
2015-10-04 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 7 1 NY Rush NW G08
2015-09-27 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 1 3 Castleford
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 1 1 Asphalt Green Crew
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 4 5 Rye Mustangs Trailing 5-1 at the end of the first half, the Impact staged a thrilling comeback in the second half. They were unlucky not to equalize towards the end but paid the price of having been outplayed in the first half.
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 0 6 Larchmont Blue Wildcats Rockets had another challenging match up in Larchmont. The girls continued working on spreading out, connecting passes and pushing though the defenders. Keep on practicing and playing hard Rockets!
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 0 5 Rye The Comets fought hard against another solid team from Rye, but just didn't get the bounces. Good effort and continued signs of improvement are evident. On to Northport next weekend for their first Columbus Day tournament.
2015-10-04 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 0 5 New Rochelle Wildfires The Magic showed a little rust after their bye week, but worked hard throughout the game and maintained their effort and their confidence despite the results on the scoreboard. The girls supported each other well and they had a number of good scoring chances down the stretch. They will look to continue to improve at the Columbus Day weekend tournament.
2015-10-04 WYSL U10 Boys Express 6 0 Manhattan Arsenal
2015-10-04 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 0 2 FC Transylvania Barca
2015-10-04 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 0 6 MSC Express
2015-10-04 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 0 5 FYI Alliance Was a tough match with the Alliance girls dominating throughout the match. The Union girls were outplayed in most aspects of the game. Final score 5-0 for the Alliance girls.
2015-10-03 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 6 1 John Jay Thunder
2015-09-06 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 4 1 Staten Island United Excellent win by Freedom Blue in this inaugural NYCFC ADL.
2015-09-06 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 1 2 TSF Orange Undeserved loss for Freedom Orange in this first NYCFC ADL game.
2015-09-13 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 4 7 WCFC Blue Undeserved loss by Freedom Blue with lots of missed opportunities.
2015-09-13 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 4 3 WCFC Orange Freedom Orange extracted a revenge win over WCFC. Well done!
2015-09-19 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 8 1 BW Gottschee Large win over a Gottschee team that was not as strong as anticipated.
2015-09-19 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 4 3 TSF Orange Freedom Orange exacted revenge over a TSF team that beat them in their first game of the season.
2015-09-27 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 8 1 WCFC Blue Large and first win for Freedom Blue over a strong WCFC Blue team. Healthy aggression by Freedom, coupled with their usual technical abilities, allowed the team to dominate the whole game.
2015-09-27 NYCFC U11 Boys Freedom 3 1 WCFC Orange Freedom Orange reiterated their previous win over WCFC Orange. Double win for MSC this Sunday!
2015-10-04 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 2 1 Port Chester B05A True to form, the still undefeated Earthquakes took a half to really get rumbling. For the second week in a row, the boys spotted their opponent a 1-0 lead at half only to then dictate the action in the second half - where their passes became a bit more crisp, tackles a bit more firm and runs a bit more thoughtful. Notably, the defense tightened with Oscar in the goal and Robert in the middle. Upfront, after putting quite a bit of pressure on the opponent during the course of the half, the team broke through over the last ten minutes when Jack's hefty left foot lofted a perfectly placed free kick in the upper left 90 followed by Aiden skillfully punching in a rebound after Naki rocketed a shot on goal. Final score 2-1.
2015-10-04 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 1 0 Rye Brook Rowdies Congratulations to the Toros for a great game!
2015-10-04 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 0 4 Rivertowns Utd B05 T Legends
2015-10-03 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 0 1 East Meadow
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 5 1 Scarsdale Sao Paolo With Wagner making her debut as goalkeeper, and Tablada scoring a goal for the third consecutive game, the Beat defeated the Scarsdale Sao Paolo 5-1.Under coach Michelle, the Beat have come together as a team, seemlessly integrating the rookies and the veterans. Throughout the contest, the Beat were solid in all aspects of the game, exhibiting solid passing, teamwork and communication.The Beat dominated possession in the opening minutes, and took a quick 1-0 lead when Cohen split the gap between two defenders, flicked the ball to Gray, who spotted Baez as the Beat forward charged forward. Baez collected the pass, cut back to shake a defender and blasted it under the cross bar for a 1-0 Beat lead.After Irwin was tripped on a breakaway in the box, Gray took the penalty kick and perfectly placed the ball in the lower left corner for a 2-0 Beat lead.During the twenty second minute, Irwin dribbled past two defenders, passed the ball to Tablada who fired it home for a 3-0 Beat lead. Tablada has scored a goal in each of the three Beat games this season.As the first half was winding down, Sao Paolo had two scoring threats where they got behind the defense on breakaways and were in two on none situations. On the first breakaway, Harned raced back and broke up the threat. On the second, the speedy White raced back and diffused the threat. The defensive combination of Harned and White have been a fortress all season, and invoke memories of Leetch and Beukeboom.After Scarsdale scored to open the second half, and Wagner made a diving save on a shot to the left corner to prevent another goal, the Beat responded. The courageous O'Brien, who was sick all week, but was pumped full of fluids and ready to go, stole the ball and with laser like precision made a sideline pass to Chan, who after faking out three opponents with her slick footwork, passed the ball to Gray. The forward then made a low cross to Baez, who beat the goalkeeper for her second goal of the game.The Beat continued to apply pressure. Following an indirect penalty by Sao Paolo, Irwin, fueled by airhead extreme candy and the halftime grape snack following a camp reunion slumber party, assisted on her third goal of the game by passing to Tablada who "nut maged" it in for her second goal of the game, making it 5-1 Beat.With the win, the Beat improve their record to 2-1 on the year.
2015-10-04 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 2 3 MSC Beat 0
2015-09-27 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 2 4 Port Chester B04B
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 6 3 Castleford B03 gold 3 Clash played with heart and drive. Ben, Xavier and Alex all had goals today with assists by Haddon, Yannick, Oscar and Julian. However, there could never be a win without the assistance of all their teammates. Amir, our goalie, also did an excellent job of keeping out the shots made on goal today. Overall it was a great team effort and win for them.
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 3 3 Rye united With every game the rockers of old are inching closer to their past form and today was no exception.Having relinquished the lead early in the game they ended the first half with a beautifully executed shot from Bryan in midfield.The second half saw a game of catch-up ensue with each team pushing the other. This resulted in Derrick scoring his first goal of the season and Akira equalizing the game with a forceful left-footer which found itself into the bottom left corner of the net. The highlight of the game was Nicholas's phenomenal save of a penalty kick that was awarded at a critical juncture in the game. Once again he showed what a invaluable addition he is the rockers.
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 3 2 Rye Brook Warriors Active game against a strong opponent. In 10th minute Mateos scored from close to the goal for the Sounders to take the lead, 1-0. In the 18th minute Jack scored off a free kick hitting the Upper 90, Sounders 2-0. In the 28th minute Rye scored on a penalty kick, Sounders 2-1. In the 29th minute a yellow card was given to the Sounders. Lots of action in the second half – in the 42nd minute Jack passes to Nico for the goal, Sounders 3-1. Rye picked up one more in the 45th minute, Sounders 3-2. Sounders hold on for the win. Rye fought their battle but ultimately the Sounders won the war. Our goalies for the game – Braden and Cooper splitting the first half, Adam taking the second – rose to the occasion with some great saves. The other team did not let us have the luxury of time, though our team's passing did catch them off guard. They were the toughest opponent Sounders have faced this season.
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 4 2 White plains real
2015-10-03 NY Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 1 Silver Lake The Charge played their second NY Cup game vs the Staten Island Silver Lake. It was a gray day, windy and cold but not raining. In two 30-minute halves that were evenly matched, there were not many shots on goal for either side and a lot of time spent in the middle. Charge defense was solid without too many dangerous shots for the opposing team, and continued improvement in ball control and passing for the whole Charge were seen. The first and only opposing team goal came quickly, under 3 minutes. Two free kicks for the Charge almost lead to goals. Then at 25 minutes a corner kick bounced around the opposing goal and was kicked in by Charge left forward, 1-1 at the half. In the second half good work to keep the ball in on the sideline by the right forward, passed to center forward, to right mid and finally out to left defense who scored at 15 yards to put the Charge up 2-1. The last 10 minutes of the second half became very active at the Charge goal with the opposing team attempting to create a tie. Good defense held Silvelake off, defending several corner and free kicks. Final score 2-1, Charge. The New York Cup record, is one win, one loss.
2015-10-04 NPL U12 Girls Charge 1 5 NYSC The Charge faced a tough opponent in NYSC, a well-organized team with good ball control and fierce defense. A good Charge attempt was blocked at 27 minutes. Many shots on goal by the opposing team kept the Charge goalie active and the score of 0-1 at the half was a testament to her skills. In the second half NYSC broke through the defense to score at 4 minutes. Charge center mid had a corner kick at 10:30 that deflected off the defender to score, 1-2. At 22 minutes a Charge free kick almost scored. Another NYSC goal came at 23 minutes, a slow roller through box that was tapped in by the NYSC on far post, 1-3. At 30 minutes another NYSC goal got through, 1-4. At 30:30 a final NYSC goal, that seemed offsides, was kicked in. Final score 1-5, NYSC.
2015-10-04 NPL U12 Girls Charge 5 3 NYSC white In the second game vs NYSC, the Charge cruised to a 5-0 lead in the first half. The Charge girls took the opportunity to work on different techniques and played one man down in the second half, where they gave up three goals, but won easily 5-3. The first goal came from a corner kick from center mid deflected in by the goalie at 2 minutes, 1-0. The Charge striker had a breakaway run to score at 5 minutes, 2-0. Charge defensive center mid scored at 21 minutes and again on an assist from Charge center forward, 4-0. The final Charge goal came from left defensive on a free kick from the mid line that hit the upper 90s. Three goals from NYSC in the second half left a final score of 5-3.
2015-10-04 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 3 3 East Ramapo Rebels The Spirit took its 3-0 record on the road to match up against the Rebels of East Ramapo. Spirit played spirited defense throughout the first half with strong play by Maria and excellent goalkeeping by Samantha. The Rebels hit the crossbar on a penalty shot and the Spirit ended up with the first goal of the game on a rebound expertly put in the goal by Olivia following a hard shot by Samara. The Spirit went up 2-0 before halftime when scoring machine Samara blasted another goal.The Rebels closed the gap early in the second half when a goal squeaked in but strong Spirit defense led by Talia, Genouma and Kate thwarted several Rebel rushes. After the rebels tied the game at 2-2, Spirit goalie Samantha made an incredible save on a penalty kick which set the crowd on fire. When Samara scored her second goal of the game, it looked like the Spirit would up its record to 4-0, but a late Rebel goal tied the score and Spirit was unable to convert on several close chances at the end of the game. All and all, it was a hard-fought tie for the still undefeated Spirit.
2015-10-04 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 4 0 Port Chester B03 B 0
2015-10-04 NPL U13 Girls Power 0 2 New York SC NPL-02 It was a cool fall morning, following two days of cold rain, on a beautiful regulation size turf field, that the MSC U13 Power squared off against a strong NYSC U13 squad in their fifth NPL game of the Fall season. Aside from being a little wet and slippery in spots the field was game ready. As the two teams - who split their two meetings last year, each winning their home match - sized each other up in the first ten minutes, it was readily apparent that each team has improved significantly since their Spring match. With opportunities on each end, the defenses and goalkeeping on both ends of the field kept the score knotted at 0-0 for about 25 minutes, until NYSC was able to connect on a neat cross from the left side to their striker, who hit a strong strike and found the net to give them a 1-0 lead at the Half. The second half found the Power re-energized and ready to attack. Two or three consecutive moves up the field resulted in a hit goal post, a neat save and a missed opportunity on a corner. NYSC recovered and took control of possession as the game moved into the final ten minutes. Several attacks were repelled, or good shots went wide, or crosses went through untouched. Finally, on a goal scramble NYSC hit the inside of the right post and got the sweet ricochet into the goal to give them a 2-0 lead. Power repelled another attack on an amazing double save by their goalie, Sarah on a shot and the rebound to hold the score at 2-0 in favor of NYSC, handing the Power their first loss after four consecutive wins. Next week on to the WAGS Cup in Alexandria, Virginia. Go Power!
2015-10-04 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 0 0 Pleasantville Power Great play from the entire team, especially the defensive line. Katie Hall and Ava Lindstrom took their turns in goal and made several impressive saves.
2015-10-04 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 2 0 World Class
2015-10-04 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 4 1 Rivertown United Tornadoes
2015-09-27 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 2 West Side Red Bulls G02 E Fire and West Side Red Bulls had a highly competitive game today. The game was enjoyed by all but unfortunately Fire did not have their best day. There was poor field communication and Fire could not seem to fully control the passing and plays. The Fire goal keeper was very responsive and saved the day with tremendous successes. The single goal was by (43) Neugarten who took a beautiful long shot into the goal. The West Side Red Bulls played very well and displayed very good offensive skills with spot on passing and wonderful field communication.
2015-10-04 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 1 Mount Pleasant Wild Cats Great competition and good skills shown on the field. Fire's only goal scored by Avviva Pusey (2) with a long hard shot straight into the goal from just outside the box. Fire had a tremendous amount of excellent on goal attempts but unfortunately all within the goal keeper's reach. Opponents were very skilled with both offense and defense and there was some aggression shown on the field that was healthy and within bounds. Great passing and communication was evident today with Fire and I am more than confident that this team will only get better.

SCORES FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 21-27

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-09-27 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 9 2 Scarsdale
2015-09-27 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 1 Harrison Legends Very evenly-matched game.
2015-09-27 WYSL U8 Boys United 9 2 Scarsdale Green City Another great game. The boys worked on spreading the field, bringing the ball up the wing and shooting. Several great saves by three different goalkeepers! The team is really working well together! Great 3-0 start to the season.
2015-09-27 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 5 7 Castleford The girls played hard and came back in the second half after a tough first quarter, but couldn't quite squeeze out the win.
2015-09-27 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 1 7 FC Transylvania Barca 07
2015-09-27 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 6 5 Bronx Wildcats Balanced game with regular exchange of leads. In the end, a come from behind victory for the Impact.
2015-09-20 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 3 1 Rivertowns United B07 Wanderers Blitz took the field determined to improve the image left from the previous week. The team goal for the game was to maintain the distance between lines and maintaining a balanced team and covering space effectively.By accomplishing that goal the boys were able to secure a 3-1 win!Energy was high and the Blitz defense did an amazing job limiting the Riverstown to only 5 shots on goal! Offense was equally impressive and was able to pull off 13 shots on goal but Riverstown goalie was strong enough to let only 3 through.
2015-09-27 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 0 5 Harrison Flash On a beautiful autumn day at Harrision high school, the Blitz faced the Harrison Flash. The Flash quickly showed their agility and speed and the Blitz defense responded with great pressure during the first half. Blitz's goalie (Cyrus) did a great job and had multiple saves both in the air and on the ground.In the second half of the game, we saw an awesome increase in Blitz's hustling resulting in three more shots on goals. No goals but great effort by all members of the team.Lessons were learned and spirits were high. The Blitz left knowing what they need to work on for next week's game.
2015-09-27 NYCSL U9 Girls Fusion 9 0 Oceanside United SC
2015-09-27 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 0 9 West Side Red Bulls G-07W The Rockets third game against the West Side Red Bulls was a tough one. The girls continued to work on maintaining positions to cover the large field and passing to the open sides, versus into the crowded middle. An audible improvement was in their communication — you could definitely hear the girls calling for the ball and working on communicating with each other during the game. GO Rockets!
2015-09-27 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 0 6 Rye Rockets The score did not reflect the effort and play of the Comets this week. The girls strung together a number of good passes and played agressively throughout the match. Despite being down, they never quit and continued to play with spirit and enthusiasm. Rye had some strong runners up front, but the girls will adjust and learn how to better defend this rush in the future. There were plenty of bright spots, and onward next week to Rye to play another team from this town.
2015-09-27 WYSL U10 Boys Express 1 3 Pleasantville Mustangs
2015-09-27 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 0 0 Westside Red Bulls B06E
2015-09-27 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 1 3 Edgemont Galacticos
2015-09-27 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 1 3 Eastchester Warriors
2015-09-19 NY Cup U10 Girls Union 0 1 Athletico Orange Evenly played match, with a goal being scored in the final minutes of the game. The girls seem to be still working to get their playing rhythym in line after the break.
2015-09-20 NY Cup U10 Girls Union 3 2 Intense SA Freedom The girls from Intense SA dominated the first 5 minutes of the game during which time the match seemed to be played around the Union penalty box. The Union girls finally started playing like a team and the rest of the game was pretty evenly fought. Going into the half, Union was leading 1-0. In the second half, it seemed the Union girls were more in control of the game and scored 2 more goals in quick succession. Toward the end of the second half, the girls from Intense SA gave Union girls a scare by scoring two quick goals and bringing the score to 3-2. The Union girls managed to hold onto their lead and final score was 3-2.
2015-09-20 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 0 2 Commack SL Destroyers The final game of the weekend was another evenly-fought match, though the final score showing a loss of 2-0 does not really reflect the way the girls played.
2015-09-27 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 0 3 Albertson SC Attack The Albertson girls dominated the first half. It seemed the Union girls were to some extent overwhelmed by some of the dribbling and passing skills of their opponents. Albertson managed to score thrice during the first half. While the Union girls did try in the first half, they did not really come close to scoring. The second half saw the Union girls playing a tougher game and though there were a few chances they were not able to convert. The Union girls really fought very hard in the second half and did not give the opponents any real chance. Final score 3-0 in favor of the Albertson girls.
2015-09-27 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 1 2 MSC Blizzard
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 4 1 West Side Red Bulls N
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Boys Mustangs 1 6 John Jay Jaguars
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 6 2 MSC Valencia
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 2 6 Toros
2015-09-27 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 2 1 Albertson Stars rode staunch defense with opportunistic offense to defeat a feisty Albertson team 2-1 on Randall's Island. Stars opened the scoring with a goal from Olivia Graham on a through ball from Sydney Rodin. They took the 1-0 lead into halftime. Emily Niola added a second goal for Stars on a turnover by the Albertson goalkeeper. With ten minutes remaining, the visitors scored to trim the Stars' lead to 2-1, but that was all Albertson would get. A nice 2-1 victory for MSC.
2015-09-20 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 1 2 Patriots In the highly anticipated match-up of the week, Coach Michelle returned to Fleming Field as the Beat took on her former coach and team, the Patriots.The Beat started off very well from kick-off, and came out firing the ball on the Patriots goal often, but couldn't punch it through. After a lot of back-and-forth that followed, the Patriots took a one-goal advantage at the twentieth minute. Shortly after scoring, the Patriots threatened again, but Irwin made a diving save on a shot to the right corner, and O'Brien alertly cleared the rebound out of danger, keeping the deficit at 1.As time was winding down for the first half, the Beat were not able to capitalize on numerous scoring opportunities, and the score remained 1-0 at halftime.The second half was a continuation of the first half, as Chan continued to befuddle the opponent with her slick ball handling skills, and Cohen and Wagner did a great job of moving the ball upfield, and exhibited solid passing. Trailing 2-0, Castro stole the ball from the opponent, fed a perfect pass to Gray, who dribbled through two defenders, then passed the ball to Tablada at the goal mouth, where she blasted it home into the top far corner to cut the lead to 2-1. The Patriots then mounted several offensive attacks, but the defensive combination of the speedy White and Harned thwarted numerous Patriot drives, and Baez made a great save.The team exhibited great effort on both side of the ball, which will give them a chance to win against anyone in the league.
2015-09-27 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 1 4 Munnay Ossining MSC controlled the pace through most of the game. A goal by Hannah Fetzer off a corner kick early in the second half gave MSC a 1-0 lead. With MSC playing its usual aggressive style, Ossining found a few holes and took advantages of each opportunity, putting up four quick goals to pull away.
2015-09-28 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 3 4 Easchester Jaguars With a 0-2 tally, both The Rockers and The Jaguars had enough motivation to jump start their season. The game began on an even keel with both sides having near misses on the goal. The Jaguars then took the lead, but not for long as the Rockers struck back following a scramble for the ball which was nicely tucked away by Akira, breaking his season drought and wrapping up the first half. The second half saw the Jaguars take an early lead. Fired up, the Rockers relentlessly pounded the Jaguars' goal, the closest shot coming from Bryan's ferocious strike which narrowly missed the left corner, bouncing off the cross bar. The Rockers then went through a series of keeper substitutions which resulted in them conceding another three goals. Deflated, the management brought on new team member Nicholas in goal. With 10 minutes to go the team broke their self-imposed "vow of silence" and through clear communication were able to set balls up for both Teymour and Eli to score their first goals of the season. The Rockers of old were back.Sadly it was too little too late, as the final whistle blew closing the game at 4-3. It would have been much worse had it not been for bold and courageous work of Oliver in defense who thwarted at least 3 certain goals.
2015-09-27 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 6 1 Chappaqua Hotspurs Good game for the Sounders, who are starting to get their mojo back. First half saw one Sounders goal at the end of the half - lots of touches on the ball with Todd ultimately tapping it in. Second half saw the team come out strong and with a greater desire to score and it showed lots of passing kept the other team off guard with goals scored by Niko, Mateus, Alex, Spencer and Adam. Opposing team was able to slide one in. Final score 6-1 Sounders got more confident as the game went on..
2015-09-26 NPL U12 Girls Charge 4 2 New Jersey Stallions Charge play was excellent in the first game with well-executed passing, spacing and defense. The Charge executed so well that Patrick Greene remarked that it was the best he had ever seen the Charge play since U8. The Charge created good scoring chances at the 6th, 11th and 23rd minutes of play and at the 24th minute of the first half a throw in from left defense to striker netted the first Charge goal. A second Charge goal began with incredible hustle from right defense who claimed the ball before it went out, passed it up the Charge midfield, who then passed it to the Charge striker, who took the ball up to score from the right side of the box. A third Charge goal was scored by the forward who bend the ball in on a corner kick at the 30th minute of play. A Stallion goal deflected into our goal at the 32nd minute, leaving the score at 3-1 at the half time. The second half brought a goal from Charge left defense at the 24th minute. The shot was received from a Charge striker shot that bounced off the defender for a left foot charge score at the top of the box. One countering goal at the 27th minute left the final score at 4-2, a win for the Charge.
2015-09-26 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 1 New Jersey Stallions - White The second game of Charge versus the New Jersey Stallions was an even match. The Charge had some good attempts, could have used a few more, and faced tough defense. In the end the Charge lost, 0-1. At the 12th minute, Charge Center mid had a nice free kick that missed off the right post, and 39 seconds later, Charge forward had a near miss of the cross bar. A hand ball called against the Charge at 15 gave the Stallions a close free kick, which they missed. The Stallions scored in the 17th minute on a crossing pass up the middle that split the defense and was kicked in from the middle of the the top the box. At 21, a trip called on the Charge inside the box gave the Stallions a penalty kick. Charge goalie guessed the right direction and saved the goal. Finally, another corner kick from the Charge at 32 nearly missed. The score was 0-1 at the half. The second half brought two good saves by Charge goalie at 28 and 31, and two good scoring chances from Charge midfield at 33 and 34. In the end, the score remained 0-1, a loss for the Charge.
2015-09-27 NPL U12 Girls Charge 3 3 Match Fit Blue Good passing and ball control by the Charge created great moments in the first game vs Match Fit, but little mistakes allowed shots by the opposing team and a 3-1 lead for the Charge at the half failed to hold. The first Charge goal came after an offside call with the ball going to Charge goalkeeper, who passed to right defense, who passed to the Charge midfield, who then passed to the Charge striker, who dribbled up the middle to score at the 10th minute of play. Pressure at the 13th minute on the Charge goal was saved by defense. A good Charge attempt at 16 was saved by the Match Fit goalkeeper. Lots of action at the Match Fit goal ended in a Charge goal disallowed on a foul called just before the goal. A handball at the 30th minute, just above the Match Fit box, led to a Charge free kick by the left defender that went in at the upper right corner for a score of 2-1, Charge, at the half. A great save came at the 7th minute of the second half by Charge goalkeeper. Then, at the 12th minute, the Charge nearly offsides, controlled the ball sideways, got on side, and the Charge striker scored, 3-0. At the 15th minute, a score came for Match Fit, 3-1. At the 19th minute, Charge defense gave up the left side, near the goal, leading to an uncontested shot, 3-2. The final Match Fit goal came at the 29th minute on a corner kick blocked out at the top of the box that Match Fit caught for a good shot over everyone to the top left of the goal. Final score 3-3.
2015-09-27 NPL U12 Girls Charge 3 3 Match Fit Blue Good passing and ball control by the Charge created great moments in the first game vs Match Fit, but little mistakes allowed shots by the opposing team and a 3-1 lead for the Charge at the half failed to hold. The first Charge goal came after an offsides call with the ball going to Charge goalkeeper, who passed to right defense, who passed to the Charge midfield, who then passed to the Charge striker, who dribbled up the middle to score at the 10th minute of play. Pressure at the 13th minute on the Charge goal was saved by defense. A good Charge attempt at 16 was saved by the Match Fit goalkeeper. Lots of action at the Match Fit goal ended in a Charge goal disallowed on a foul called just before the goal. A handball at the 30th minute, just above the Match Fit box, led to a Charge free kick by the left defender that went in at the upper right corner for a score of 2-1, Charge, at the half. A great save came at the 7th minute of the second half by Charge goalkeeper. Then, at the 12th minute, the Charge, nearly offsides, controlled the ball sideways, got on side, and the Charge striker scored, 3-0. At the 15th minute, a score came for Match Fit, 3-1. At the 19th minute, Charge defense gave up the left side, near the goal, leading to an uncontested shot, 3-2. The final Match Fit goal came at the 29th minute on a corner kick blocked out at the top of the box that Match Fit caught for a good shot over everyone to the top left of the goal. Final score: a 3-3 tie.
2015-09-27 NPL U12 Girls Charge 0 3 Match Fit White The second game versus Match Fit on Sunday began with lots of runs at the Charge goalkeeper and some very nice saves, as an example a great above head catch save at 11:30 and another at 20:00 after a Match Fit run. A free kick for the Charge at 22:00 was a decent chance, but the score was still 0-0 at the half. In the second half, Match Fit took the lead at 7:00, 0-1. Then a good Charge save, trickled out and was kicked in at 11:00, 0-2. Another cross got by Charge goalie and was tapped in at 19:00, 3-0. A good shot at 25:00 by Charge left defense at 10 yards from the top of the box almost made it in but ricocheted off the top corner. Another good save at 33:00 by Charge goalkeep left the final score at 0-3, A Charge loss.
2015-09-27 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 3 0 Chappaqua Panthers
2015-09-27 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 3 0 Eastchester Legends The Spirit took the pitch against the legendary Eastchester Legends on Sunday afternoon with the hopes of extending its two-game winning streak.The first half was marked by nice passing from Maria, good hustle from Shaye and good ball movement by Tess. Kate dominated in the defensive zone and Spirit kept up the attack from much of the early going. Samara, continuing her scoring ways, scored off a beautiful pass by Kate and the Spirit went into half time leading 1-0.Spirit continued its strong play in the second half, with solid defense by Talia and an outstanding save by Samantha to keep the Legends off of the board. Flore, Sydney and Olivia created some nice opportunities for themselves and kept the offense humming. Midway through the half, Tess scored after a nice rush upfield with the ball and the Spirit went up 2-0. Jordyn put the game away with a powerful blast from the top of the penalty area and the Spirit went on to close out the game, 3-0.
2015-09-27 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 6 1 Scarsdale Arsenal
2015-09-27 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 4 0 Yorktown Union The Aztecs put forth another great effort, keeping the ball on the Yorktown half of the field most of the game and transitioning particularly well. Max opened the scoring on a penalty kick, and then JP scored early in the second half. Max added another goal,and Atlas closed out the scoring. Congratulations to the boys!
2015-09-26 NPL U13 Girls Power 3 0 New Jersey Stallions NPL 02 The MSC Power U-13 Girls hosted one of the new teams to the NYCSLNPL on Saturday at Randall's 73 under the RFK Bridge. It was a beautiful fall afternoon and the 4:00 pm start added the low afternoon sun as a factor. The Power started to control the pace and action of the game from the start. The Stallions, focused on defending their end of the field, often bunched up all ten of their field players in the defensive third of the field, making the Power's new found offensive edge difficult to connect with resolve with a goal. Kylie Stanlzer finally connected with assists from Stephanie and Allana to give the Power a 1-0 lead. Five minutes later Stephanie connected on her first of two goals on a long line drive shot from outside the 18 yard box on a pass from Justine. Halftime score 2-0, on seven shots on goal. The second half was more of the same. The Power defensed dominated again, with Lexi, Lauren, Emma, Nyla and Malia shutting down every drive. Finally Stephanie connected on her second long goal on a pass from Emily giving the Power a 3-0 win, their third in a row in the new Fall 2015 Season.
2015-09-27 NPL U13 Girls Power 6 0 Match Fit FC NPL-02
2015-09-27 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 0 2 Port Chester G03 A
2015-09-27 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 6 0 FSA Jaden Graber had a hat trick, Zaul Tavangar notched two assists, and Yali Levy, Wyatt McCarthy and Zidan Douglas contributed one goal apiece, the last off a steaming fresh-baked cookie from Christopher Tenempaguay, as the Titans bounced back from last week’s disappointment against TSF with a 6-0 thumping of longtime rival FSA, who were admittedly victims of a very short bench and a medium high sun radiating across the synthetic expanses of Icahn 10 on Randalls Island. At least we didn’t have to travel to Farmington. Overlooked between the comfortable margin of victory and Douglas’s superlative somersaults is the historical reality of the Titans’ first victory over Connecticut’s finest in seven contests over three seasons. The Titans also scored more goals against this brand-name opponent than in all of this season’s other six games combined, and keeper Andy Aquino turned in his sixth clean sheet across ten games, four states, and countless sliding lunges, going back to Indiana in July. Jacob Mendelson produced a couple of tricky touches to loosen FSA’s defense in the second half, Aidan Aisiks stepped in the way of a number of FSA chances in the first while this game was still in the balance, Mateo Murillo produced a goal-line clearance out of thin air, Vincent Gioannini did everything but carry Levy’s score across the threshold and plant it with a kiss, and forward Claudio Ferri took one for the team, relieving a Titan defense depleted by injuries and infractions with characteristic savvy and good cheer. And now everyone can go back to believing they’re the sixth-best team in the country.
2015-09-27 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 0 2 Briarcliff Bearcats
2015-09-27 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 2 West Side Red Bulls G02E

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 19-20

Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Blurb
2015-09-20 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 8 4 White Plains MSC Barcelona got out to a big early lead in their first game of the season. Goals by Jonathan, Gil, David and Jonah put them up 5-1 at halftime. The Barca crew received good goalkeeping from Ewing, Gil, Damian and Jonah to keep the speedy opponents (mostly) at bay.Go, Barcelona, Go!
2015-09-20 WYSL U8 Boys United 3 1 Yonkers Utd Rush Meteors Good team effort.
2015-09-20 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 5 0 Edgemont It was a great afternoon for a game. Sun was shining brightly and both teams played well. Charlie put in a fantastic effort with four goals and Jack scored one to make it a 5-0 game.
2015-09-20 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 4 2 Scarsdale Blue Sporting The team Lyon played a great hard-charged match, keeping Scarsdale on the defense most of the game. Great job, Lyon!
2015-09-20 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 1 7 Red Bulls
2015-09-20 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 6 4 Mt. Pleasant Fireball Great game by the Impact who played a compact game and managed to defeat their opponent despite playing with two fewer players.
2015-09-20 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 2 4 Edgemont Unicorns Rockets second game showed a big improvement over last weekend's season opener. During practices, the girls got to know each other better which enabled them to communicate much more on the field and connect passes. Coach Hatem is working with them on spreading out to cover the larger field, trying to one-touch the ball, and staying in an offensive mindset. All the Rockets worked hard again in defending and attacking, and our three keepers each did a great job guarding our goal. GO Rockets!
2015-09-20 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 1 4 West Side Red Bulls The Magic played really well and worked very hard in their second game, which was considerably closer than the final score indicated. It took some time for the girls to get going, and they trailed 2-0 at halftime despite fairly even possession in the first half against a very solid Red Bulls team. The Magic turned the tide in the first 15 minutes of the 2nd half, pulling to within 2-1, and had multiple opportunities to tie including at one point three straight corner kicks. While pressing for the tie, the Magic got caught upfield and gave up two late goals to fall 4-1. After a bye next week, the Magic are excited to continue progressing at their next game on October 3rd!!
2015-09-20 WYSL U10 Boys Express 1 1 Yorktown Impact
2015-09-21 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 3 Mt. Pleasant Gosto
2015-09-20 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 1 2 Rivertown Warriers
2015-09-20 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 1 0 Eastchester Red Rockets
2015-09-19 NY Cup U11 Boys Earthquakes 7 0 Auburndale Academy White
2015-09-20 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 3 0 Scarsdale Man City
2015-09-20 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 3 0 Larchmont Bandits
2015-09-19 NY Cup U11 Girls Stars 1 2 East Islip
2015-09-20 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 1 3 FC Somers The Hurricames got off to a tough start, conceding two first half goals while battling a difficult sun. MSC battled back with a second half goal by Duffy. A late hand ball in the box lead to a third goal for Somers. Despite controlling most of the tempo of the game, the final score was a tough 3-1 loss.
2015-09-19 NY Cup U12 Boys Clash 3 0 Stony Brook Brook Soccer Club Cruzeiro The Clash team did an excellent job working together as a team. They won this NY Cup game by playing hard, working together and playing with heart. This game was a true reflection of what the Clash team is capable of accomplishing.
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 8 2 FC Somersault Fire The Clash played a game of inspired soccer today and are off to a great start of the season. They played great as a team with passion and drive to win. There were some great goals by scored by multiple players in the team. However, we can never have a great game without the great defense and great goalkeeper saves. This was played with great heart and determination as well. The team did an excellent job shifting the ball, crossing and scoring goals. Great job Clash.
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 1 3 New Rochelle United B04 Having started with only 11 players against New Rochelle United's 17 it would have been surreal to expect a victory from the Rockers. This being said the Rockers took an early lead following a nicely executed set piece by Teymour which was buried into the back of the net by Arjun. With 10 minutes left United equalized and the first half ended 1-1.The rockers started the second half much more flair, with a couple of near-misses by Eli and Akira. The rest of the half centered around the Rockers shutting down United's attempts on their goal with the help of some brilliant defense work by Oliver and saves by Owen whose work ended following a penalty which gave United a 2-1 lead in the 20th minute. This was reinforced by a 3rd goal in the 22nd which saw United win despite a valiant performance by the Rockers.
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 1 1 Harrison Sharks In the first half the boys had possession 80 percent of the time but were not able to score. Lots of passing though.In the second half Mateus passed to Nico who put it in for a 1-0 lead. Then at the end, Harrison had a corner kick and Nico headed the ball into the goal - then the whistle. A stunner for a tie.These things do happen - even in the World Cup.
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 9 4 Scarsdale Braga It was an impressive first game. The Rapids were well coached and played as if they had been playing together for some time. Their disciplined passing really stood out.
2015-09-19 NY Cup U12 Girls Charge 2 5 Plainedge Red Phoenix The Red Phoenix kick-and-run style kept the Charge running and the goalie busy with lots of shot attempts for the opposing team. The Charge played well and controlled the ball in the first half, and both Charge strikers had nice breakaway runs at the 14th and 26th minutes, respectively, which left the Charge with a 2-0 lead at half time. Unfortunately, struggles in the second half led to a 2-5 finish with a loss for the Charge. A quirky high kick into the sun in the first minute caught the Charge goalie's blind spot. Then breakaways at the 16th, 20th and 23rd minutes netted three more goals for the opposing team. Finally, a scramble near the Charge goal ended in a header into the goal near the end of the second half.
2015-09-20 NPL U12 Girls Charge 1 3 Brentwood SC The first game of two versus Brentwood had lots of back-and-forth and the Charge had some good goal attempts. Brentwood got around the Charge defense at the 7th minute to score. Then a throw-in from the Charge left back went to the Charge right front and then to the Charge right back, who scored from a position behind the penalty box with a nice high cross into the goal. Quickly afterward, Brentwood counterattacked to take the lead on a nice corner kick deflected into the goal, leaving a score of 1-2 at halftime. Another attacking play ended with a goal for the opponents in the second half, and a final score of 1-3 Brentwood.
2015-09-20 NPL U12 Girls Charge 4 2 Brentwood, White In the the second game versus Brentwood on Sunday, the MSC Charge played well. Charge left forward scored at the 6th minute. Brentwood also had a goal, leaving teams tied at 1-1 at the half. In the second half, Charge came on strong, controlling the ball with good passing and lots of opportunities. Charge striker scored on an attacking passing play near the goal at the 4th minute, and the Charge was up 2-1. Brentwood scored at the 10th minute and the Charge quickly countered at the 11th minute with a breakaway from Charge midfield passed to Charge striker for a score that put the Charge up 3-2. Finally, an aggressive attack by Charge forwards in the penalty box beat the Brentwood defense to score in the 24th minute. Final score: 4-2 Charge.
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 1 2 Pleasantville Road Runners
2015-09-20 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 1 0 Mamaroneck United The MSC Spirit traveled to Mamaroneck looking to avenge a tough defeat at the hands of Mamaroneck United team last season. The early going was all Spirit as the team kept the ball on the United side of the field for much of the first half. Spirit took seven corner kicks but were unable to find the back of the net. Sidney, Ellis and Shaye hustled and kept the pressure on the United team, while Gnouma and Kate made defensive stops when the ball crossed over onto the Spirit's side of the field. The second half was a mirror image of the first, with United dominating the action for much of the time. The Spirit team scored early in the half when Jordyn made a beautiful pass off of a throw in and Samara's shot found paydirt, putting the Spirit up, 1-0. Maya G and Tess worked hard to keep the pressure on United, and the Spirit defense held on the rest of the way, with strong play by Talia and Maria who made goalie Samantha's day much easier. The Spirit toughed out the 1-0 win, upping their record to 2-0 in the young season.
2015-09-20 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 2 1 Larchmont Demons
2015-09-20 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 5 0 Chappaqua Wolves Lots of boys contributed to the scoring, with Max, Atlas, Mikel, Jay and Sebastian all finding the back of the net in the first half. And several boys helped preserve the shutout by taking a turn in goal -- Jules, Jackson and Sebastian. Congratulations to the boys on a great, sportsmanlike game!
2015-09-19 NY Cup U13 Girls Power 1 3 Stony Brook SC Crew The Power U-13 Girls started their 2015-16 NY Cup qualifying round with a game at Stony Brook University against the Stony Brook SC Crew. The teams squared off on the large, well-maintained college intramural grass fields. Both teams came ready to play and Stony Brook showed the Power a strong and disciplined defense and quick punt-and-run offense. Neither team was able to score in the first half; the Power dominated possession but were unable to score on several shots. The second half found the Power finally able to break through the Crew defense, as Emily Tierney fought her way up the right side and hit Allana Alcorn with an interior pass, who found the net to give the Power a 1-0 lead. Not to be outdone, the Crew quickly countered as they split the Power defense and tied the score at 1-1. As the afternoon heated up and the Power finding the grass to be dragging their passes into slow motion, Crew intercepted a pass and struck a second goal to go up 2-1.The Power continued to dominate possession, but were unable to strike gold. A final drive by Crew caught a loose ball in the 18-yard box that squirted out from the Power goalies reach and their striker stepped over the Power goalie and took the ball home to cement the game at 3-1.
2015-09-20 NPL U13 Girls Power 2 1 Brentwood SC NPL-02 The Power U-13 Girls took to Randall's 10 for their second NPL League game of the Fall 2015 Season against the Brentwood SC NPL-02 squad, a team that has been a tough opponent for the Power in their previous meetings. Today was no different, but the Power brought their patience and determination to the field. The first half saw the Power get off to a strong start and they drove to the Brentwood goal at the kickoff. They continued to control the ball and drive deep into Brentwood territory, but the Long Island girls brought their strong defense that was able to deflect several Power attacks. It was not until the last minute of the first half that Power was called for holding foul in the 18-yard box, setting up a penalty kick, which they converted to take a 1-0 lead into the half and taking wind out of the Power offense. The second half found a continuation of the strong Brentwood defense, but a team effort by Power kept up the pressure. Power found the goal, and thought they had tied the score but were called for a goal crease offside. Not to be deterred they came back again, up the middle and passes from Pilar Rossi and Malia Klein found Allana, who finally tied the score at 1-1. The Power kept up the pressure, determined to finally beat their Brentwood foes. Finally a second center drive by Kylie Stanlzer found Allana in front of the Brentwood goal and she drilled a shot in the net go give the Power a 2-1 lead. The Power defensed went into lockdown as Alex, Lexi and Sarah fought off the final Brentwood attacks and Power prevailed for their second straight NPL victory.
2015-09-20 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 2 0 West Side Red Bulls G03 W In an exciting match-up against the New York Red Bulls West, the Timbers entire team worked to keep the ball in front of their opponent's goal, with consistent defense and excellent passing. Jennifer Frank scored twice, on set-ups by Hailey Tenasaca and Alex Glogoff.
2015-09-19 NY Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 1 0 Downtown United Corinthians The Titans survived a close one, defeating cross-town rivals Downtown United on Pier 40 in a curiously demanding first round matchup for the 2015 defending New York Cup Champions. Manhattan had its way with possession for most of seventy minutes, but only a left-footed torpedo from Alexis Xicali in the twenty-eighth accounted for the final margin. Titan shots of every distance and velocity went meanwhile ricocheting off posts and crossbars and goalie mitts and electromagnetic force fields as Cristopher Tenempaguay, Gustavo Perez, Jacob Mendelson, Jaden Graber, Vincent Gioannini, Zidan Douglas, Wyatt McCarthy and Teddy Bushara also had their delectable licks, still Titan friends and family needed to suffer yet another jaw-clenching outcome right up until the final whistle, making this truly the eighteenth time in Manhattan’s last nineteen chances that a game was decided by one goal or less. A credit to the defense then, Mateo Murillo especially, making his Titan debut with hard knocks and heavenly composure.
2015-09-20 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 0 3 TSF The less said, probably the better here, but Ben Dreano turned in a revelatory second half in goal, with no fewer than five perfectly-timed slides on TSF breakaways to keep this game within striking distance, as the sun cornered family and friends in steel bleachers like ants under a magnifying glass. The Titans controlled possession through much of this game with Wyatt McCarthy and Alexis Xicali in particular delivering tireless performances, though three small mistakes resulted in the final, if slightly misleading, margin of defeat, and twenty minutes of garbage time when longtime Titan followers seemed unsure where to direct their exertions. Not sweating bullets, anyway. Just sweating.
2015-09-20 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 0 5 New Rochelle Raptors
2015-09-20 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 1 1 Larchmont Tornados MSC Fire 1 / Larchmont Tornados 1Fire had the lead early on in the game and opponents scored their only goal with 30 seconds left to the second half. That's unfortunate for Fire, who had a tremendous day with goal opportunities which were defied by the opponents. MSC Fire's goal was executed by Mujaj (33) who took a long high shot directly into the goal early on. Numerous other attempts were nicely set up and assisted by both Neugarten (43) and Pusey (2). Larchmont displayed good defense skills to hang in there but lacked a bit on the offense today. Well done to both teams.

SCORES FOR THE WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 12-13

Date League MSC Team Opponent Game Summary
2015-09-13 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 4 Westside Red Bulls Good first game. Team will be more successful once chemistry is formed. Go Milan!
2015-09-13 WYSL U8 Boys United 5 0 Edgemont Crushers Great first game. The boys took an early lead and never let up. Every player contributed to the United's very first victory. Go United!
2015-09-13 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 7 2 Greenberg Bombers Despite the ref not showing up (scheduling snafu), there was a spirited competition. The Bombers lead 1-0 through the first half, helped by a stupendous goalkeeper in the second quarter. The Olympiacos found their stride in the third quarter, and scored seven goals and only allowed one in the second half. Good work boys! Also a special thanks to the Bombers fans who provided a stand-in referee for the match.
2015-09-13 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 5 0 Harrison Liberty
2015-09-13 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 4 2 Transylvania Red Storm The girls had a hard-fought game. They played defense, worked on their passing, and were formidable in the offensive end. They scored 4 goals over the course of the game and had a lot of fun.
2015-09-13 EDP U9 Boys Scorpions 2 3 New Rochelle It took a little while for our boys to get acclimated to the big field and hot sun but after giving up two early goals to a fast and skilled New Rochelle team, they found their shape. Relentless hustle and crisp passing resulted in two well earned Scorpion goals which tied the game just before the end of the first Half. The second half displayed more of the same, as the Scorpions continued to play team soccer with solid defense and some key scoring chances. However, New Rochelle kept the pressure on the Scorpions side of the field and midway through the second half, netted a goal that proved to be the game winner. Overall, it was a well-rounded effort by our boys setting the tone for what stands to be a fun and exciting season.
2015-09-13 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 0 7 FC Somers Spartans
2015-09-13 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 9 3 Edgemont Thunder Solid performance by the Impact who displayed good teamwork and control of the game and necessary skill work. Strong team building exercise and a good foundation from which to build on.
2015-09-13 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 0 6 Castleford Tigers Congratulations Rockets on completing your first game! The girls faced a very skilled and coordinated team and while the score was lopsided, all our Rockets stayed engaged and worked hard throughout the game. While they seemed a bit unsure and hesitant in the beginning, they showed steady improvement as the game progressed. The defense was particularly strong in the second half and we were able to move the ball upfield a little more often to crest scoring opportunities for the offense. We are all looking forward to seeing the girls progress as they gel as a team. See you all next week and GO Rockets!
2015-09-13 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 0 3 West Side Red Bulls The Comets kicked off their season vs. the West Side Red Bulls this Sunday on Randall's Island. It was the first Manhattan Derby of the season for the Comets and the first time ever playing travel soccer for some of the girls. It was a competitive match and the girls on each side displayed good skills and effort. The Comets did well on the large field connecting on passes and defending vs a strong Red Bulls attack. It was Coach Sam's inaugural showing with the club and we welcome him along with all the new players and families in what will undoubtedly be an exciting season.
2015-09-13 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 0 1 Rye Rockets
2015-09-13 WYSL U10 Boys Wolves 1 2 Rye Rouge Wave
2015-09-13 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 5 0 Port Chester
2015-09-13 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 1 4 Mt pleasant magic
2015-09-12 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 2 3 NY Soccer Club Union played the NY Soccer Club girls in their opening game of the season. The two-month-long break resulted in the girls being a bit rusty and they struggled to get into the rhythm of the match. The NY Soccer Club girls seem to be better coordinated and had more possession of the ball. They also seemed to be able to execute on their set pieces. At half time the score was 1-1 thanks to numerous saves by the Union goalie. The NY Soccer Club girls scored soon into the second half which spurred the Union girls to push a bit harder and they managed to equalize. An unfortunate hand ball in the penalty box toward the end of the game, gave the NY Soccer Club girls a chance to get ahead and they did. Final Score NY Soccer Club 3, MSC Union 2.
2015-09-13 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 3 6 John Jay Thunder
2015-09-12 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 6 3 Mamaroneck Red Wolves
2015-09-13 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 4 1 Castleford B04
2015-09-13 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 7 1 Rye Brook Rowdies
2015-09-13 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 1 2 Levittown
2015-09-13 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 0 2 Castleford G11 Gold Castleford came to play posting two quick first half goals. The Hurricanes regrouped and kept the game close. A few unlucky bounces and missed opportunities made the game closer than the score indicates.
2015-09-13 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 3 6 White Plains Barca It was the first division 1 game for the U12 Clash team. They did well for their first game through the hot weather and a hard first few seconds. There were a few errors made right in the beginning of the game. Clash defenders did an excellent job and played their positions with passion. Unfortunately the White Plains Barca got the upper hand in the first half and Clash was not able to get ahead of them. However, the MSC Clash rallied together in the second half, scoring three goals, one in the last minute of the game. It unfortunately was not enough to win today but it will be soon enough.
2015-09-13 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 2 3 New Rochelle Bombers
2015-09-13 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 4 2 Castleford B03 Foxes
2015-09-12 NPL U12 Girls Charge 3 4 Massapequa Fury In Charge's first game of the season, following a great pre-season with Coach Darren Marshall, play got off to a good start with lots of scoring opportunities. A massive punt from the Charge goalie found the center forward who drove it in for a goal at the 12th minute of play. Another Charge goal was delivered by an assist from the left forward to center forward at the 21st minute. This was quickly countered by the Fury, leaving the score at 2-1 in the 22nd minute. Some back and forth followed with shots on goal from both sides that ultimately netted a Fury goal at the 33rd minute of play and the teams were tied at the half. The second half began with more exciting scoring attempts, two from the Charge left forward assisted by the center forward and one from Charge right forward. These were accompanied by exciting action in the Charge goal and some impressive saves by Charge goalie. By minute 14, another goal from Charge center forward was scored with gusto after a run up the field, bringing the score to 3-2. Unfortunately, some mistakes led to two late-game goals by the Fury, in minutes 28 and 30, land a final score of 3-4, a loss for the Charge.
2015-09-12 NPL U12 Girls Charge 5 1 Massapequa Fury Charge came roaring back in game two against the Massapequa Fury, with two goals from the Charge center forward scored early in the first half. As in game one of Charge v Fury, there was lots of action on both sides with Charge defense and goal keeping coming into play and defending well, and Charge's two goals ultimately countered by a Fury goal near the half. The score at half time was 2-1 Charge. The Charge continued to gain stride in the second half with a goal scored by the Charge left midfielder, and another goal from Charge center forward that was assisted by Charge left forward, and a final great late play goal from Charge left back. Charge defense held strong in the second half with a final score of 5-1, leaving the Charge with a convincing victory.
2015-09-13 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 2 2 Rye Rockers
2015-09-13 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 2 1 Mt Pleasant Red Hot Chili Peppers The Spirit returned to the pitch for their first match of the Fall 2015 season in fine form, defeating the dreaded Mt Pleasant Red Hot Chili Peppers in a hard fought battle, 2-1. Spirit dominated much of the play throughout the game and consistently beat their opponents to the ball. The first half featured good hustle by newcomer Shea and strong defense by Talia and Maria. Toward the end of the half, Samara, looking in mid-season form already, smashed home a goal to put Spirit ahead, 1-0. The score held throughout the rest of the half, thanks to the stellar goalkeeping by Samantha, another new Spirit player. The second half saw much of the same type of play that characterized the first half, with hustle by Jordyn, and shut down defense by Kate and Gnouma. After the opponents scored the equalizing goal, the Spirit roared back and retook the lead, 2-1, when Tess hammered home a rebound off of a tremendous shot by Samara that went off of the crossbar. The defense and keeper shut down the Chili Peppers the rest of the way and the Spirit held on for the well-earned victory.
2015-09-12 NYCSL U13 Boys Fury 6 2 Auburndale SC Green Great start for the newly formed u9 girls Fusion team. Six nice goals and get passing play all around.
2015-09-13 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 6 1 New Rochelle Rovers Henry scored. Flamengo up 1-0. George scored. Flamengo up 2-0. New Rochelle scored an own goal. Flamengo up 3-0. Halftime. George scored. Flamengo up 4-0 New Rochelle scored. Flamengo up 4-1. Juan scored. Flamengo up 5-1. Gonzo (Brian) scored. Flamengo up 6-1.
2015-09-13 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 2 1 Rye Brook Renegades Great start to the season for the Aztecs with goals by Justin and Max and terrific consistent play by all.
2015-09-12 NPL U13 Girls Power 4 2 Massapequa SC NPL-02 With great excitement the MSC U-13 Power NPL-02 took the field Saturday afternoon against Massapequa SC NPL-02 at Tibbetts Field in Yonkers under grey and threatening skies. With a new expanded roster, a new coach, an expanded playing field and goal, the move to 11 x 11 soccer, 35 minute halves and a size 5 ball, it was a fall kickoff full of anticipation. In the end our girls left it all on the field and made us all proud. Jumping off with several strong offensive attacks a strike from Allana Alcorn found the net to give Power a quick 1-0 lead. Massapequa, with a rangy and disciplined offense, countered several times but were repelled without getting any good shots off. An unintended "own goal" on a pass back to the goalie got them into the game at 1-1. Power continued to dominate as Justine Tapert made a quick pass to Allana in front of the goal on a rebound from a free kick to give Power a 2-1 lead at the Half. The second half found the intensity picking up at both ends of the field. Allana found the net for a third time with a long strike that hit the inside of the post before going in to give Power a 3-1 lead. Massapequa countered on a drive up the right flank with a nifty cross that found the Upper 90 over the outstretched reach of Goalie Sarah Villacres to tighten the score to 3-2. Power continued to press and Emily Tierney took a run up the right wing deep in the opponents zone and hit a long cross towards the far post that Justine Tapert struck home to stretch the lead to 4-2. The Power defense went in to lock down as Lexi Madsen and Alex Gottlieb shut down several attacks along with some strong saves. Final score: Power - 4 : Massapequa - 2.
2015-09-13 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 1 4 Harrison Hornets Jennifer Frank scored in the first half. Leyla Jacoby played goalkeeper the entire game. Thank you, Leyla!
2015-09-05 Lou Ramos Classic U14 Boys Titans 01 1 0 Cedar Stars
2015-09-05 Lou Ramos Classic U14 Boys Titans 01 1 0 LDC United
2015-09-06 Lou Ramos Classic U14 Boys Titans 01 1 2 Wall SC
2015-09-13 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 0 1 Valeo FC Elite Manhattan’s Titans began their 2015 EDP fall campaign on Randall’s Icahn 10 with a generally well-played loss to Boston’s Valeo FC, and God bless them for making the drive. Defenders Wylie Lonergan and Matthew Ross were essential to repelling Valeo counterattacks in the first forty minutes, while the offense mustered stretches of technical precision that ended in close chances in front of the Valeo goal from Lonergan, Jaden Graber, Zaul Tavangar and Teddy Bushara, though all in all a scoreless tie at the half seemed more than worth the Triborough toll. Rugged performances by Alexis Xicali on the left wing, and Zidan Douglas on the right, forward, midfield and seemingly everywhere else, highlighted the physical competitiveness of this game, though no card was ever issued, and indeed the run of play was mostly crisp and mutually respectful – if players (and coaches) needed to sometimes holler at one another to be heard across a DJ’s public rumblings at nearby Disco Icahn. Oi! There’s a football match going on over here! Party on. A near miss on a header by Derek Martinez off a Graber corner in the second half was as close to a lead as the Titans would ever get, as Valeo remained true to their counterattacking ways – finishing a breakaway in the seventy-third minute for a 1-0 lead – and the Titans betrayed some impatience in hoping to equalize, but alas. That a loss to the nationally seventh ranked Valeo should vaguely needle is a testament to the airy heights these nationally sixth ranked Titans have begun to inhabit after last season’s storied triumphs. A rematch or two surely await – against this obviously well-drilled squad, with the mysteriously named Umi in midfield and the last girl standing (really, excelling) in boys’ U14 premier soccer – so John Lathan’s side may one day count themselves lucky to have absorbed this lesson with thirty, or forty, or fifty games remaining to apply it.
2015-09-13 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 2 0 Yorktown Crew
2015-09-12 NPL U14 Girls Pride 01 1 1 Massapequa
2015-09-13 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 5 3 John Jay MSC Fire had their first game of season today with only three days practice and five new team players. A most impressive outcome. Score Fire 5 to John Jay 3. Scoring players were Neugarten (43), Mujaj (14), Pusey (2) and Varma (3). Assists from Siegel (31), Neugarten and Varma. John Jay seemed taken by surprise in first half and came on strong for second half with excellent passing and defense that resulted in three goals with one the result of a penalty kick from inside the box. Great competition.