Sassy Green Dolphins, Purple Shooting Stars:
McKenzie Porteous was aggressive and dribbled the ball toward the
goal throughout the game. Madeline Phillips, Allison Hanscom turned
back one offensive drive after another. Karly Pearson, Abby Sauerborn
and Claire Tofoya remained energetic throughout the game. Anne
O'Connor and Olivia Dykes supported on both offense and defense.
Blue Angels, Red Volcanoes: Destry Comp scored the only goal for
the Angels. Rayna Richardson and Siena Amoroso both played well on
offense. Paula Pedrani and Laura Mackenzie worked hard on defense.
Riley De Castroverde, Jenna Eakin and Lauren Henke played the
Banana Splits, Butterfly Pumpkins:
Offensively, the team was lead by Nicole Sanchez, Saylor Nedelman,
Caroline Wilkes and Hanna Mitchell. Strong defensive efforts were
provided by Zoe Conley, Elizabeth Wilson, Olivia Burg, Kendall
Machado and Heather Roberts. Alyssa Wilkens had a shutout during her
quarter as goalkeeper.
Boys under 7
Green Dragons, Flying Tigers:
Connor Kincaid and Corbin Joyce scored goals. Chad Deegan, Ridge
Knutsen, Ben Crawford, Garret Donath, Jack Frederikson, Spencer Neal
and Kevin Palmerdefiant provided excellent passes. The Flying Tigers
were led with goals by T.J. Morton & Isaiah Elzie. Marley Aragon,
Harrison White and Ryan Sarvak showed off their aggressive passing.
The defense of Jack Sandy, Will Campbell and Nikola Knaeps kept the
Bulldogs, Lightning: Joshua Jenkins scored his first goal of the
season. Christopher Bailey, Nicolas Garcia and Zachary Dunham played
well. The Lightning's Cole Kinder stopped stopped many shots. The
Bulldog's Max Gerken and Chandler Siemonsma sizzled.
Boys under 6
Goblins, Lava Rocks: Tommy Manly and Josh Gehlke spirited a tough
defense. Two goals were scored by Cole McFetters. A group goal was
credited to Gates Johnson, Seth Roberts, Jake Thomas and Vincent
For the Lava Rocks, Marcus Croxson had three shots on goal. Scott
Ryder scored two goals. Tanner Shallahamer scored a goal assisted by
Max Sandberg. Cole Schneider and Dean Carden each take shots on goal.
In the backfield, Dillon Lippman played great defense.