Friday, 29 October 2010 00:00
Oct. 13-The BU9 Mineola Magic played to a hard fought tie against an undefeated Hempstead Warriors team. The Magic scored the game’s first goal when Kieran Hendry finished a dynamic corner from Jordan Sandler.
The Warriors responded with a goal before the half to make it 1-1. In the second half the Magic took the lead with a breakaway goal by Tristan Gilbert. The Warriors once again tied the game on a penalty kick with ten minutes remaining.
Both teams slugged it out for the last 10 minutes with scoring opportunities by both teams. The game ended in a 2-2 tie. The Magic was led by superb goaltending by Kevin Graf.
Oct. 16-The BU13 Mineola Lightning recovered from a slow start to score six unanswered goals against the Woodhaven Dragons to improve to 3-0-1 this season. The Lightning trailed 2-0 early in the game but goals by Colin Renner and Manny Dematos got them even.
Renner’s offensive skills then took over, as he scored three straight goals to break the game open. Kevin Vecchione scored the final tally for Mineola, whose offensive outburst was aided by Josh Bergsohn’s four assists.
Oct. 16-Brianna O’Brien’s first half score proved to be all the GU12 Mini-Mustangs would need as Mineola’s stingy defense, led by center back Jillian Palma, held New Hyde Park with two shots on goal. Cara Kennedy notched her first shut-out of the season for Mineola, which improved to 2-2 on the season. Natalia Terezakis, Meghan Lafaye, Antonia Ciuffo, Valerie Cobos, Michelle Viola and Olivia Delay combined with Palma to lead a solid team effort on defense.
Oct.16-The U9 Mineola Magic won its third game of the year to go to 3-0-1. The 9-4 victory featured three goals from Mineola’s Tristan Gilbert, two by Kevin Graf and one each by Stephen Collica, Kieran Hendry, Ivan Kalinic, Aidan McMahon, and Jordan Sandler. The Magic were supported by the superb play of Brandan Best, Patrick Brady, Jerry Flood, Kevin Graca and goalkeeper Brendan McDonough.
Oct. 16-The BU11 Mineola Revolution shut out Cold Spring Harbor 4-0 in a great offensive and defensive effort. Revolution goals came from Michael Rodrigues, Quinn Revelant, Harrison Pavlou and Eric Fox. The Revolution improved to 3-1 on the season.