December 19, 2016
FINISHING ON TOP
LISFL Round-up: Glen Cove Avellino wins, completes fall season in first place in Division 1
Glen Cove Avellino won a decisive game in East Hampton to finish top of Division 1 last week as the Long Island Soccer Football League enters its winter break.
Avellino recorded a 2-0 victory. Tyler de la Torre and John Crawbuck scored the goals that allowed Glen Cove to reclaim first place with 23 points.
The reserve game between East Hampton and Glen Cove finished in a scoreless draw.
Port Jefferson SC started the day off with a big 6-1 victory over Kew Forest FC to keep pace with New York Polet in Flight B of the Division 1. Ron Pressley scored twice, while Dennis Bocanegra, Juan Pallares and Pete Hansen added goals. Christian Filizzola was the goalscorer for Kew Forest.
In the reserve game, Zanetti Alberick led the way with four goals as Port Jefferson picked up a 7-0 triumph to stay in first place in Flight B of the D1 reserve division. Pete Hansen, Ron Pressley, and Raul Bonilla added goals for Port Jefferso.
New York Irish Rovers defeated Real New York FC, 4-2, to keep pace with East Hampton and Glen Cove in Flight A of the LISFL's Division 1. Alagie Janneh scored twice, while Mohamed Kaba and Arsene Oka added goals for Rovers. Kyeano Jones and Diego Ramocan scored for Real NY.
Rovers won the reserve game, 3-2, to stay in first place of Flight A of the D1 Reserve Division. Ogbuji Monday, Ryan Lang and Anatoliy Taranenko scored for Rovers, while Rohan Smith tallied twice for Real.
Forest Park ended the fall with a 6-1 win over the Port Jefferson Fusion. Gonzalo Carignano led the way with two goals, while David Lawrence, German Parodis, Ronald Mongie and Mike Lejuez also scored for Forest Park. Brian Miller had the Fusion's goal.
Forest Park won the reserve game, 3-1, to keep pace with Irish Rovers in Flight A of the D1 Reserve Division. Ronald Martinez, Alex Martinez and Edwin Hernandez struck for Forest Park, while Brian Schanel scored for the Fusion.
East Hampton vs Glen Cove Avellino ended in a big 2-0 win for Glen Cove. Tyler de la Torre and John Crawbuck scored the goals that allowed Glen Cove to reclaim first place in Flight A of Division 1. With 23 points, Glen Cove also finsh the fall with the most points in the division.
New York Polet registered a 4-1 win over New York Serbia to finish in first place of Division 1's Flight B. Fabian Santibanez and Misin Shala each scored twice for Polet.
Ivan Vulin tallied for Polet as the picked up a 1-1 tie with Serbia in the reserve game.
New York West Indies United registered a 5-0 victory over Farmingville Portuguese to claim first place in the East Group of Division 2 on goal difference over Oceanside United. Sardou Figaro scored twice for West Indies, while Fernander Demas, Ryan Steadman and the ageless Roody Belotte added goals.
Tom Garafola continues to be on fire for the College Point Flames as he scored a hat-trick in their 5-0 win over SS Cosma Damiano. Dan Tarter and Chris Gorzynski also found the net for the Firemen, who advanced to the cup final, where they will face West Indies.
Glen Cove Avellino picked up another big win by defeating Integral Kings, 3-2, to advance to the cup final. Damion James tallied twice and Daviean Laing added a goal for Glen Cove. Lawrence Maitland scored twice for Integral.
Baisley United also reached the cup final with a 3-1 result over New York Hota Bavarians. Ryan Reid scored twice for Baisley, while a Hota own goal gave Baisley its third.