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Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Summary
2016-04-23 NY Cup U12 Boys Clash 4 1 BWGottschee 03 Royal This was a well-matched game and the Clash played well together today. They played hard and gave it their all on the field. The Clash first goal of the game was scored by Julian Assante with of course the assist from the rest of the team like all goals. This started the momentum the team needed to keep the game progressing forward. Then Ben Sullivan and Xavier Valdez, with a great assist from Cooper Graber. Matthew Troncozo scored for us the 4th goal on the penalty kick. The opposing team never gave up at any point, it was a great game and we are glad to see the boys progress to the next NY CUP Level.
2016-04-23 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 4 0 FC Copa
2016-04-24 EDP U15 Boys Sao Paulo 0 3 BW Gottschee Crew
2016-04-23 EDP U16 Boys Sunderland 1 1 PSG Academy NY PSG 99


Game Date League MSC Team Opponent Summary
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 7 3 Yonkers Storm Barcelona started its spring campaign with a convincing 7-3 win as Rafi, Nuhan, Ian and Jonathan all scored.
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 7 3 Yonkers Storm Barcelona started its spring campaign with a convincing 7-3 win as Rafi, Nuhan, Ian and Jonathan all scored.
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys Barcelona 7 1 Rye Brook Storm Another strong and balanced performance as Nuhan, Jonathan, Ewing, Rafi, Damian and Nuhan all scored. The team passed around the ball nicely on an extra-large field on a picture-perfect day.
2016-04-03 WYSL U8 Boys Sparta 0 0 Riverdale Lions
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys Sparta 2 3 Harrison Legends
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 0 Yonkers United
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys Milan 1 2 Eastchester Typhoon
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys United 1 3 Eastchester Storm
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys United 4 1 Scarsdale Black City
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 5 0 Castleford B07 Cyclones The boys had a great start back to outdoor matches. The first quarter was led by Lev and Marco, Gavin, Naeve and Charlie at goalie. Marco scored the first goal. Second quarter saw some action from Jordy who carried it up the field and a save by Holden at goalie. Charlie scored goal 2 with a pass from Marco. In the third quarter Charlie, scored two more goals to bring the score to 4-0. All of the boys had a lot of playing time and some great action from Jack, Naeve, Jake and Ethan. Ethan came in with a great goal to make it 5-0. Great job to all the boys!
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys Olympiacos 4 1 Yonkers The boys started off with a lot of action early with Charlie and Marco at forward with Jordy, Jack and Ethan and Holden at goalie. There were some shots taken, but no goals. Subs came in with Gavin and Matthew and then Lev and Jordy. Quarter 2, the boys saw more action with Jack, Matthew, Holden, Gavin and Ethan playing defense and Charlie at goalie. Matthew scored goal 1, then Holden scored goals 2 & 3 with a pass from Matthew and the second goal with a pass from Jack. Gavin passed to Marco for goal 4 for Olympiacos. Quarter 3, the boys continued great teamwork, but Yonkers kept the boys on their toes taking more chances and came in with a goal. Quarter 4, both teams played hard and neither scored any more goals. Overall, great playing on both sides and great teamwork for the Olympiacos.
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Boys Strikers 6 2 Alba Storm After a relatively even first quarter, the Strikers opened up the second quarter with 2 quick goals in succession. From there they domanated the play, adding 2 more goals including one by penalty kick. In the second half, the Storm excrcised their right to add another player to the field, creating some balance in the remainder of the game. The teams traded 2 more goals each in the fourth quarter, ending the game at 6-2.
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Boys Strikers 5 4 Bronx Coyotes
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 1 2 White Plains Flash
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Girls Sporting 4 0 Rye took Empire
2016-04-10 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 8 0 Scarsdale Green Sporting
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 1 0 Somers Stars
2016-04-17 WYSL U8 Girls Lyon 1 0 fc somers stars
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Boys Scorpions 1 3 Rye brokk Boys worked really hard - great control of the ball
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 0 6 Port Chester B07A
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Boys Cosmos 3 2 Larchmont Blue Jaguars
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 0 5 Yonkers Utd Rush Cobras
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Boys Impact 0 7 Alba Thunders
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 1 3 Alba Thunder
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 3 2 Rye Mustangs
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Boys Blitz 3 2 alba thunder
2016-04-09 NYCSL U9 Girls Fusion 2 1 Stony Brook Rush Nice start to the spring season for the Fusion. Down 1-0 against the run of play early in the second half, the team fought back to secure a nice 2-1 win to start the season.
2016-04-16 NYCSL U9 Girls Fusion 0 3 Oceanside Orange Strange game, Fusion dominated possession and the chances but ended up losing 3-0.
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 0 1 Larchmont Yellow Wildcats Rockets had a good season opener. The girls all seemed focused and engaged in the game, made good passes, and worked hard to move the ball down the field. Despite the 0-1 loss, Rockets took several shots on goal. Our keeper did a great job covering the goal and feeding the ball to open players. It was a good start to the season and our next match should be even better!
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Girls Rockets 6 1 Scarsdale Spartek The Rockets had an exciting win over the Scarsdale Spartak. The players were focused and working hard. All the girls moved the ball well and rapidly up the field beginning with good feeds from our goalkeeper, and good passes among the field players. It was the first time the Rockets had to switch strategies due to the 6-0 goal differential at half time. Hatem had the girls making multiple passes before attempting to score, and practicing passing back and switching the field of play.
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 2 1 Edgemont Unicorns The Comets had a strong start to the Spring season with an exciting match vs Edgemont. It was a competitive one and the girls moved the ball well and had a couple great finishes. Together with some solid defending and goalkeeping, the girls had a good showing. Most important were the smiling faces seen across the field. Thank you coach Pat for leading the way and Jeff J with the warmup.
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Girls Comets 2 2 Yonkers United Rush The Comets held their home opener on Kantor Field this Sunday vs a formidable opponent from Yonkers. The girls played with organization and intensity and the score went back and forth as there were great finishes (and saves) on each side. Gheri was outstanding in goal making some game saving stops and the Yonkers keeper did the same to keep it close. The first Comets goal was off a terrific cross and strike and the next was off a strong move in the box by Zoe drawing a PK which was knocked in perfectly by Maura. The defense was tough and the match ended in a well deserved draw. Well done Coach Edison (the development is evident to all) and special thanks to the volunteer "field crew" for setting up the goals.
2016-04-10 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 3 3 Edgewood Blue Jays The Spring season started for the Magic with an extremely tight and exciting game. Facing an Edgemont squad that beat them handily in the Fall, the Magic came out playing aggressively and had a number of good scoring chances throughout the 1st half.The Magic led 2-1 at the break, but Edgemont came out much stronger in the 2nd half and had a number of opportunities leading to two goals to go ahead 3-2. The Magic responded very well and put on intense pressure over the final 10 minutes with a number of corner kicks and shots, all of which were turned aside. Finally with only 2 minutes left the Magic got the tying goal, and the game ended 3-3. It was a great start to the season and was a hard fought game by both sides!
2016-04-17 WYSL U9 Girls Magic 3 2 Rye Running Rock Stars In a hard-fought, back-and-forth match against a very strong opponent, the Magic girls earned an exciting 3-2 victory. The first half was tightly played with both back lines particularly impressive, stopping rush after rush. The Magic scored first, but the Rock Stars tied it before the half. The 2nd half was back and forth, with the Magic scoring to go up 2-1, Rye tying it shortly after, and then the Magic putting on pressure over the final 10 minutes and scoring (on a hat trick from A.G.!!) the winning goal to finish 3-2. Great work by the girls on a bigger field and a hot day!
2016-04-10 WYSL U10 Boys Express 7 1 Scarsdale real
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Boys Express 5 1 Scarsdale real
2016-04-10 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 1 5 Rivertowns United
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Boys Whitecaps 0 2 Ossining
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Boys Celtic 3 3 Mamaroneck White Panthers The MSC Celtics spring season started today on Kantor 1 and kicked off with a bang against the Mamaroneck White Panthers. Early offensive pressure by the Celtics gave the boys a lead of 1-0 within the first few minutes of the game. The Panthers scored shortly after and from then on it was an exciting match that ultimately ended in a tie game, 3-3.
2016-04-10 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 1 4 Mamaroneck Green Panthers
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Boys Arsenal 4 2 Eastchester Galaxy
2016-04-02 NY Cup U10 Girls Union 1 0 Farmingdale Spirit United The Union Girls hosted Farmingdale Spirit United in NY Cup Round of 16 at Randall's Island. The Union girls played some real good soccer and it seemed they had more possession and were attacking more through both halves. However, neither team could score either in regulation time nor in the 10 minutes overtime. The decision went to penalties where Union girls prevailed 3-2. Great game.
2016-04-09 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 1 2 West Side Red Bulls An evenly fought game in harsh weather conditions saw Union go down to the West Side Soccer Red Bulls by 1 goal.
2016-04-16 NYCSL U10 Girls Union 2 1 SUSA Alliance An exciting and very well-fought match at Randall's Island. Having played and lost (badly) to this team twice before there were some nervous onlookers at this game. The first half was fast-paced with the Union girls having greater possession of the ball. Notwithstanding many missed chances, the half ended with Union up by 1 to nothing. The Alliance girls came into the second half very determined and managed to equalize in the early part of the half. The rest of the game was strongly fought by both teams. In the final seconds of the game a punt from the goalie reached a Union girl, who passed it forward to her teammate who gave a one-touch pass forward to her teammate who ran and shot the winning goal.The game was a 30-minute half and the referee did an outstanding job on the field.
2016-04-10 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 2 0 West Side Red Bulls
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Girls Breakers 1 1 Mamaroneck Shooting Stars
2016-04-10 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 1 6 Rivertowns Utd.
2016-04-17 WYSL U10 Girls Blizzard 2 6 New Rochelle
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 0 3 Port Chester 05A
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Boys Earthquakes 5 1 Mamaroneck Red Wolves
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Boys Mustangs 1 6 Edgemont United
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Boys Mustangs 2 6 West Side Red Bulls B05
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 3 1 MSC Valencia
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Boys Toros 3 4 Pelham Pumas
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 1 3 Manhattan Toros
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Boys Valencia 0 5 John Jay Indians
2016-04-10 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 1 0 ISA White
2016-04-17 NYCSL U11 Girls Stars 1 7 East Meadow
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 4 1 Rivertown
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Girls Beat 0 1 Rye Inferno
2016-04-10 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 4 0 WSSL Red Bulls G05 E The Hurricanes dominated the pace from the opening kickoff and continued moving the ball freely throughout the game. First half goals from Sammy Glogoff and Isabelle Arbeitman gave the Hurricanes a comfortable 2-0 lead at the half. The Hurricanes continued to apply pressure on the offensive end of the field in the second half. Isabelle Arbeitman added a second goal early in the half, followed by Isabella Gernandt putting in a chip from just inside the 18 to close out a strong 4-0 win.
2016-04-17 WYSL U11 Girls Hurricane 1 2 Castleford The Hurricanes jumped out to an early lead with a first half goal from Isabella Gernandt. Castleford tied up the close match with an early goal in the second half. A penalty in the Hurricanes defensive end late in the game would give Castleford an indirect kick from 20 yards out. Despite a great effort, the ball was just out of the reach of the Hurricanes keeper. That goal gave Castleford a 2-1 lead and that's where it would end.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 3 4 John Jay Spartans
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Boys Clash 2 3 White Plains Barca
2016-04-23 NY Cup U12 Boys Clash 4 1 BWGottschee 03 Royal This was a well-matched game and the Clash played well together today. They played hard and gave it their all on the field. The Clash first goal of the game was scored by Julian Assante with of course the assist from the rest of the team like all goals. This started the momentum the team needed to keep the game progressing forward. Then Ben Sullivan and Xavier Valdez, with a great assist from Cooper Graber. Matthew Troncozo scored for us the 4th goal on the penalty kick. The opposing team never gave up at any point, it was a great game and we are glad to see the boys progress to the next NY CUP Level.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 2 2 Pelham Red Devils The rockers spring season began in true Rocker style. The team spent the first half of the game "finding the groove" this resulted in the opposition slipping two forgettable goals in the first half. The second half saw the team come back from behind getting a new lease of life first by a perfectly executed goal from Akira and then a beautiful equalizer by Eli who having sliced his way first through midfield and then the defense buried the ball with a perfectly angled right kick (he is lefty) equalizing the match. From that point onwards The Devils were running out the clock as the onslaught of rocker attacks pounded them from all sides. Fortunately for them they succeeded in maintaining the status quo!
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Boys Rockers 0 5 Yorktown United As Orlando reported to the parents, the game slipped away in the second half. The Rockers seemed to deflate after the second goal. On the bright side, Owen made some fantastic saves in the first half, keeping the score manageable for 30 minutes. And players like Will, Elias, and Braden--who were playing in unfamiliar positions--showed improvement in those positions as the game progressed.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 4 1 Chappaqua Hotspurs Lots of cobwebs to shake off, but the Sounders did manage to form some power plays toward the end of the second half.Sounders scored twice then the Hotspurs in the first half. Then two more goals in the second half.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 4 1 Chappaqua Hotspur
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Boys Sounders 2 3 Rye Razors First half no score. Sounders had possession most of the time, Second half sounders down two goals came back with two and then the Rye backs managed to get a goal off the keeper. Good game.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 4 4 Rye Razors
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Boys Rapids 7 3 Larchmont Sharks
2016-03-12 NY Cup U12 Girls Charge 3 0 Massapequa Sirens The first Cup game of the spring started with a game delay because lines and corner flags had not been set. The Charge held their own against the Sirens, who stayed close to the ball and took 14 shots on goal in the first half. The Charge took nice advantage when they were on the offensive side with 3 shots on goal and one corner kick that netted 2 goals, one at 20 minutes and one at 27 minutes, after a nice series of passing and dribbling. The score at the half was 2-0, Charge.The second half continued with 14 shot attempts by the Sirens, with a number of centering passes that ended in shots that were high over the goal.Again, though with less shots taken, the Charge emerged well. A Charge penalty kick and rebound attempt were blocked by the wall then the goalie, at 11 minutes, and then a run at the goal after a throw in ended in a collision. At 26 minutes a nice run up the field and dribbling around the Siren defenders ended in a Charge goal. Two penalty kicks for the Charge at 30 and 32 minutes just missed, and the final score was 3-0, a Charge victory.
2016-04-02 NPL U12 Girls Charge 1 2 ISA Blue
2016-04-10 NPL U12 Girls Charge 5 3 Brentwood, Blue Weather was 42 degrees and sunny with 5 mph wind on April 10 as the Charge Blue battled the Brentwood Blue team. At 6 minutes, Solange scored from the top of the penalty box into the upper left, a nice shot, 1-0. The Charge were controlling possession well early. At 15 minutes, good passing created a great shot opportunity up the middle of the field and a nice shot by Lulu missed right. At 21 minutes, a steal by Aki dribbled 10 yards found Sara with a nice pass. Sara passed to Lulu, who scored easily, 2-0. At 23 minutes, a great save and good defense cleared the Charge box. Then a free kick at the top of the box by Ella passed to the far left to Leora who delivered an amazing shot to the upper right from way out. Goal, 3-0. Brentwood scored at 30 minutes, 3-1. The score was 3-1 at the half. At 6 minutes in the second half, Brentwood scored, 3-2. At 17 minutes, 10 yards up from the penalty box, a series of soft headers were finally controlled by Sophia, who scored on the right side low, 4-2. At 19 minutes, a good shot by Brentwood from out far in center of the field scored in the upper left corner, 4-3. At 21 minutes, a throw in from Ella was passed to Lulu at the left post, who put in in easily, 5-3. A win for the Charge.
2016-04-10 NPL U12 Girls Charge 2 0 Brentwood, White In two 30 minutes halves (vs 35 slated) of MSC White vs Brentwood the Charge controlled the ball with no real threats, with perhaps 4-5 shot attempts by Brentwood in the entire game. Charge offense was subdued in the first half, 0-0 at the half. The Charge offense found a nice making quite a few good attempts against a strong goalie in the second half. At 13 minutes, the Brentwood goalie rushed to defend, and Brentwood defense attempted to pass towards the sidelines. Janae took advantage of the goalie being out of position taking a nice shot from right side, 1-0. At 25 minutes, Janae soccer again from the right side to the upper 90 far post, 2-0.
2016-04-16 NPL U12 Girls Charge 3 1 Rush Blue A great game was played by the Charge Blue vs the Rush team. The Charge demonstrated nice ball control and passing against the kick-and-run style. The first Charge goal happened at 15 minutes into the first half by Pilar, assisted by Kyra and set up by Ava. The Charge kept firing at the opposing goalie with some nice shot attempts by Lulu and then Kyra at 25 minutes. Then a high shot by Lulu into the upper left scored again. 2-0 at the half. The charge continued to shoot with more attempts by Ava at 5 minutes and Pilar at 7 and then Solo, followed by a shot attempt from opposing with a beautiful save from Pops. Another nice shot from Sarah. Some late game pressure from Rush created a penalty shot for Rush that resulted in a miracle save from pops. The last score of the game resulted from a corner kick that bounced around and went in for the Charge.
2016-04-16 NPL U12 Girls Charge 3 1 Rush White The first half between Charge white and Rush white was relatively even to start. Charge had a slight advantage in possession, though Charge keeper Syd Poppoinga was forced to make several nice stops early to keep the game scoreless. Finally at 20 minute mark, on a nice counter attack for Charge, Ellie Harned was able to convert a beautiful cross from Ava for a 1-0 Charge lead. The goal energized Charge and they began to dominate possession and the game. First half ended only 1-0 Charge however.Charge continued to dominate in the second half. At 10 minute mark, Sophia Stellabotte slotted home a goal off a nice feed from Aki Yamaguchi to make it 2-0. Shortly thereafter, Sophia scored again to make it 3-0, this time a nice pass from Ava. Charge continued to relentlessly press forward thereafter. Near the end of the game, Rush made a nice counter attack to draw a highly questionable penalty shot. The ensuing penalty score for Rush completed the scoring to make the final score a 3-1 Charge victory.
2016-04-17 NPL U12 Girls Charge 5 2 Princeton Blue
2016-04-17 NPL U12 Girls Charge 2 0 Princeton White The Charge's second game this morning was a tighter affair, with both sides threatening throughout. Princeton decided early that the best way that they could make it past the Charge's formidable midfield was to launch speculative punts into the home team's penalty box. A couple of these efforts ruffled the defense, but none succeeded. In the end, the Charge's dominance in possession won the day. The first of their two goals was the result of feisty play in Princeton's goal box, ending in a classically scrappy striker's poke by Lulu. The second came towards the end of the match; Solange's shot from the wide left flank hit the goal post only to find Kyra who, in turn, supply caressed the ball into Princeton's net.
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 2 0 West Side Red Bulls
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Girls Surf 3 0 New Rochelle Purple Reign
2016-04-10 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 1 1 Greenburgh United Lightning The Spirit returned to the pitch for its first match of the spring season on a beautiful, if extremely cold, April afternoon. The match was tightly fought from the opening whistle, with both teams playing strong defense and fighting off good scoring opportunities by each side. In the first half, Jordyn came close to scoring several times on strong shooting and a few nice rushes at the opponent's goal. On the defensive end, Maria, Gnouma and Talia were in mid season form, shutting down several scoring opportunities. In the goal, Samantha once again made several incredible saves, including one while getting kicked. Greenburgh scored before the end of the first half, but the Spirit came back in the second on a goal by Sydney following a great pass from Jordyn. At midfield, Elis, Shaye and Maya G had strong games while Maya S, Flore and Tess had some nice moves throughout the match. When the final whistle blew, the Spirit and United Light teams found themselves in a hard fought 1-1 tie, an outcome that both teams should be proud of.
2016-04-17 WYSL U12 Girls Spirit 0 2 Castleford G03 It was a beautiful afternoon for soccer when the MSC Spirit took the field at Kantor to play Castleford. Spirit was playing without Samantha in goal, but Ellis and Olivia both filled in admirably and well. It was a hard fought defensive game with Spirit's defense holding tough thanks to strong play by Talia and Maria. Castleford scored off of a corner kick and went into half time up 1-0 despite strong midfield play by Shaye and a few nice rushes by Jordyn. The second half Spirit had several more opportunities on strong corner kicks by Samara and Tess, but unfortunately, none were converted into goals. Tenne, Maya G and Flore played strong in the middle as well, but Castleford scored again in the second half and the Spirit went down by a final score of 2-0.
2016-04-10 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 0 3 Yorktown Galaxy
2016-04-17 WYSL U13 Boys Flamengo 2 0 Deportivo Yonkers Red Bulls First goal was a free kick by Henry. Totally turned around the game. Second goal was a beauty by Brian.
2016-04-10 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 0 1 West Side Red Bulls
2016-04-17 WYSL U13 Boys Aztecs 4 1 New Rochelle
2016-03-19 Jefferson Cup U13 Girls Power 0 3 FC Bucks Red Pre ECNL The undermanned Power, 12 Players, fought a tough FC Buck, Pre ECNL squad to a first half 0-0 draw. The second half found the regrouped #2 PA East squad stronger on the offensive end. Final score Bucks - 3, Power - 0.
2016-03-19 Jefferson Cup U13 Girls Power 0 1 CASL 02 Ladies Black The Power played this North Carolina team tough. An early CASL goal was enough to win, but the Power kept up the pressure, dominated possession and had several strong shots on goal in spite of it's 12 girl roster. The defense and goalie, Sarah, held the CASL scoreless in the second half. Power suffers a tough 1-0 loss.
2016-03-20 Jefferson Cup U13 Girls Power 0 0 Loudon 02G Red Now down to 11 starters, with no subs, the Power "Randall's 70 Eleven" took on a tough Virginia team, the Loudon 02G Red in their last of three Jeff Cup qualifying matches. The game proved to be the most competitive of the Power's three games. Playing with a newly found focussed energy and speed, the Power kept up superior ball control, a strong offensive effort, and a game long defensive resolve. With neither team able to get a ball past two neat keepers, the final score remained knotted at the opening score of 0-0! All in all a good weekend for the Power, who allowed only 4 goals in three games. The offense failed to find the back of the net, but not without several good shots and chances at the goal. It will be a long drive home, but the players who made the trek to Colonial Williamsburg, showed a big heart and a strong foot all weekend long. Great Job Power! On to the Spring NPL and State Cup.
2016-04-02 NPL U13 Girls Power 1 3 ISA Slammers NPL 02 Saturday's match between the ISA Slammers, winner of the U13-NPL02 East, and MSC Power NPL-02, the second place finisher, was an anticipated first match of the spring season. The Power, coming off a tough Jefferson Cup (where they lost three tough matches with an overall score of 4 goals against versus 1 goal for with one 0-0 tie) had the Power hoping they could find their goal-scoring mojo while keeping up a tough D. Unfortunately, the scoring prowess of ISA built up a quick 3-0 lead before Power could focus and settle in. They finally connected on a neat combination off of a corner kick. Alex inbounded the corner to center midfielder Stephanie, who quickly lofted a cross to the box that found sister midfielder Justine, who headed it into the goal off an outstretched goalkeepers left hand, bringing the halftime score to 3-1. In the second half Power tightened up on defense and held ISA scoreless. Unfortunately, the depleted Power roster, due to the Spring vacation schedules, were unable to score a second time.
2016-04-09 NY Cup U13 Girls Power 2 3 Quickstrike FC NPL-02 In a tough and hard fought game that saw Quickstrike strike first to go ahead 1-0, then Power answer to tie 1-1, then Quickstrike took the lead, only to have Power knot the score at 2-2. Then the real struggle began as both teams fought back-and-forth trying to break the tie and move on to the Round of 8. Power had a great chance on strong forward pass from Justine to Malia who broke right up the middle to the edge of the 6 yard box before she was caught, as her strike could not get past the Quickstrike goalie. Quickstrike made a fast recovery and started an upfield rush that resulted in the game winning goal with Quickstrike moving on, as the Power will need to wait until next year.
2016-04-10 NPL U13 Girls Power 1 1 Brentwood SC NPL-02 Game two of the spring NPL-02 season took place at Brentwood State Park on a cool sunny morning. The game turned out to be an exciting and well-played game by both squads. Power, coming off a late afternoon NY Cup Game, followed by a team Bat Mitzvah, and the long drive to Brentwood, seemed destined for a long morning. What resulted was quite to the contrary. Power came out ready to play, focused and determined. They took control of the first half, peppering the strong Brentwood defense and keeper with a steady stream of shots. If not for two great and one outstanding saves by the Brentwood keeper, the score would have been 3-0. Halftime remained knotted at 0-0. The second half was much the same, but Brentwood came out strong in the first five minutes and got close to breaking the scoreless tie, before Power again began to take over possession. Time and again Power peppered the Brentwood keeper with good, better and great shots, including a powerful post shot by Pilar Rossi. It wasn't until Power subbed Charge guest Sofia at left Striker. With fresh legs and a strong foot, she found the back of the net on a neat combination of passes to give Power a 1-0 lead with about 10 minutes to go. Brentwood was not deterred and at about the 5 minute mark they found the key to the Power defense on a long, high crossing shot on goal, that passed over Sara's outstretched hand and knotted the score. Power came back strong on several runs but was unable to convert, and the game ended at 1-1. Great job Power!
2016-04-16 NPL U13 Girls Power 0 4 NY Rush NPL-02 Another tough day for the MSC U-13 Power girls. On a cool sunny spring April morning the NY Rush squad hit the pitch ready to play and was able to run up a 4-0 lead by halftime by taking advantage of the breaks that came their way. Power played a stronger second half holding the Westchester visitors scoreless, but were unable to score themselves. Final score remained at Rush 4, Power 0.
2016-04-17 NPL U13 Girls Power 1 0 Princeton NPL-02 Both teams came with a complete roster of players. The Princeton coach, however, was unable to show proper coaching credentials and the referee refused to start the game, resulting in a forfeit by Princeton. The teams played a short "friendly" scrimmage which resulted in a 1-1 tie before teams were waved off the field.
2016-04-10 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 5 0 Briarcliff Burn The Timbers had a great season opener against the Briarcliff Burn, scoring their first goal in the first two minutes. Coach Katie had another commitment, and MSC sent Coach Stephanie. The Ref was a real stickler about everything, and there was concern about not having our coach on the official roster. Team Manager Greg Frank stepped in, to excellent results. Our defensive team, Ryan, Ainsley, Kayla, Gwen, and Amalia, joined by goalie Sydney, had a perfect game, not allowing in a single goal. The entire team was on fire, consistently keeping the ball on the opponent's side, with multiple opportunities to score. Jennifer was our top scorer, with three goals. Jenna and Alex also connected with the net. We're happy to welcome our newest player, Kayla, who played consistently strong in multiple positions. Go, Timbers!
2016-04-17 WYSL U13 Girls Timbers 5 1 Chappaqua Power Goals scored by: Mira Gorton 2Ainsley WoodsJennifer FrankBryanna Blakely
2016-03-19 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 1 2 PDA Kaka White
2016-04-09 EDP Open U14 Boys Titans 01 1 2 Valeo FC Elite
2016-04-09 NY Cup U14 Boys Titans 01 2 1 Auburndale
2016-04-16 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 1 0 Atletico FC
2016-04-23 EDP U14 Boys Titans 01 4 0 FC Copa
2016-04-16 EDP Opem Cup U14 Boys Corinthians 0 8 TSF Academy
2016-04-17 EDP U14 Boys Corinthians 5 0 FSA FC Navy
2016-04-10 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 5 0 Yonkers United
2016-04-17 WYSL U14 Boys Rowdies 2 3 Rye Brook Blitz
2016-04-10 NPL U14 Girls Pride 01 2 0 Brentwood
2016-04-16 NPL U14 Girls Pride 01 6 0 NY Rush
2016-04-17 NPL U14 Girls Pride 01 1 0 Princeton
2016-04-10 WYSL U14 Girls Fire 2 1 Scarsdale United Great opener for the season. Fire scored with two strong strikes from Anisa Mujaj, shot from left side of the box, about 20-yards out. Missing 5 players due to injury and travels, but the remaining squad came ready to play. Well done ladies!
2016-04-10 EDP U15 Boys Emelec 1 2 FSA
2016-04-17 EDP U15 Boys Emelec 3 3 New York Soccer Club
2016-04-09 EDP U15 Boys Sao Paulo 2 1 BERGENFIELD UNITED Tough game in the rain and even a bit of snow. Sao Paulo played with grit, skill and determination to earn their first EDP win.
2016-04-10 EDP U15 Boys Sao Paulo 4 3 DUSC U15 BLUE Sao Paulo completed the weekend doubleheader with another solid victory and remain undefeated in their first season of EDP competition.
2016-04-24 EDP U15 Boys Sao Paulo 0 3 BW Gottschee Crew
2016-04-09 NY Cup U16 Boys Villa 7 1 DUSC 99 Blue
2016-04-10 EDP U16 Boys Villa 4 0 FSA B99 Elite
2016-04-16 NPL U16 Boys Villa 5 0 Ironbound B16 NPL
2016-04-17 EDP/NPL U16 Boys Villa 2 0 NYSC B99
2016-04-17 EDP U16 Boys Sunderland 2 2 Oyster Bay Rough Riders
2016-04-23 EDP U16 Boys Sunderland 1 1 PSG Academy NY PSG 99
2016-04-10 NPL U16 Girls Santos 0 0 Intense SA
2016-04-11 NY Cup U16 Girls Santos 7 0 Clarkstown SC
2016-04-16 NPL U16 Girls Santos 1 2 Massapequa
2016-04-17 NPL U16 Girls Santos 2 1 Quickstrike
2016-04-10 WYSL U16 Girls Monaco 0 4 New Rochelle Flash
2016-04-17 WYSL U16 Girls Monaco 0 6 Mt. Pleasant Galactic Eagles
2016-04-02 NY Cup U17 Boys 98 Premier 2 8 AC Connecticut Tough day for a spring break-depleted 98 Premier, however they had already guaranteed a berth to the knockout round by winning their first two matches in group play.
2016-04-03 EDP U17 Boys 98 Premier 3 2 Downtown United
2016-04-10 EDP U17 Boys 98 Premier 1 3 FSA
2016-04-16 EDP U17 Boys 98 Premier 2 0 Ironbound FC Navigators Scrappy match
2016-04-17 EDP U17 Boys 98 Premier 2 5 New York Soccer Club B98
2016-04-17 WYSL U17 Boys Cougars 0 3 Edgemont force
2016-04-09 NPL U17 Girls Courage 1 3 ISA
2016-04-10 WYSL U17 Girls Courage 5 1 Rye Brook Legends
2016-04-17 NPL U17 Girls Courage 2 0 Quickstrike
2016-04-10 WYSL U18 Boys Chelsea 6 2 New Rochelle All Stars
2016-04-17 WYSL U18 Boys Chelsea 2 1 Rye Revolution