MSC's WYSL component saw several individual teams perform at a high level this fall season. G14 Breakers, coached by Alex Torres, ran away with the Girls 14-2 Division title this fall, finishing with 7 wins, no losses, and 1 draw. The Breakers, who finished seven points ahead of second-place Edgemont, led the division in goal differential (+19) and goals allowed (3) by wide margins.
B15 Rockers were undefeated in the U15-2 Division, constructing an (8-0-1) record with their only blemish being a draw in week five against third-place Rye Brook. The Rockers, coached by Ismaila Konate, finished second in the division with 36 goals scored and were by far the best defensive team, allowing a mere two goals all season.
B13 Whitecaps, coached by Orlando Osorio, captured the Boys U13-4 Division title, crafting an excellent record of 6 wins, three ties, and no losses. It was the second straight division title for the Manhattan boys, who also won the division last spring. The Whitecaps jumped out of the gate with four straight victories and never looked back. They had by far the best goal differential (+22) in the division and also led the division with fewest goals allowed (8).
Brad Campion's G13 Rockets captured the Girls U13-4 Division title, constructing an excellent (8-1-0) record. The Rockets led the division in goal differential (+25) and goals allowed (3) on their way to finishing at the top, just a single point ahead of second place LMFC.
B12 Scorpions coached by Joe Ruesgen, were crowned co-champions of the Boys U12-1 Division with a final record of (5-2-2). Chappaqua actually finished with two more points than the Scorpions but Manhattan was awarded a co-championship because they played one less game (final match was pulled because of weather). The Scorpions also won a division title in the fall of 2017.
Coach Bouna Coundoul's B11 Chivas won a share of the Boys U11-7 Division title in the fall, with 7 wins and just 1 loss. Lansdowne Yonkers finished with one more point than Manhattan but the Chivas lads were awarded a co-title because they played one less game.
Other notable finishes - Manhattan Celtic, led by Coach Massimo Francesconi finished in second place behind White Plains in Boys U13-7