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G2010:U11 Fall 2020/Spring 2021
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Re: G2010:U11 Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Anonymous 05/14/21 12:45 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
LAKE GROVE HAS SCORED ONE GOAL HOW THAT MAKES THEM TOP OF ANYTHING IS FUNNY

I'm not a LG parent but what's funny is that you have NO IDEA what you're talking about. Not only has LG scored 4 goals, they haven't given up a single goal after 5 games. And yes, they are still one of the top teams in the age group. Additionally, they played 1 less games than EM and SUSA. So, if they win their next game, they'll be in 1st place.
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MLS salaries: 'Millionaires' list triples over last five seasons Larry Miller 05/14/21 12:17 PM
by Paul Kennedy @pkedit

The Major League Soccer Players Association's release of compensation figures for the 786 players under contract with MLS confirms how the league and clubs have changed how they spend on players.

MLSPA: 2021 Salary Guide

In the last five years, the number of players making more than $5 million a year in guaranteed has dropped from seven to three.

MLS player compensation ($5 million or more, Spring 2016)
1. Kaka (Orlando City), $7.167 million
2. Sebastian Giovinco (Toronto FC), $7.115 million
3. Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), $6.5 million
4. Steven Gerrard (LA Galaxy), $6.132 million
5. Frank Lampard (New York City FC), $6.0 million
6. Andrea Pirlo (New York City FC), $5.915 million
7. David Villa (New York City FC), $5.610 million

MLS player compensation ($5 million or more, Spring 2021)
1. Carlos Vela (LAFC) $6.3 million
2. Javier Hernandez (LA Galaxy) $6 million
3. Gonzalo Higuain (Inter Miami) $5.794 million

But the number of players earning at least $1 million has more than tripled from 23 to 72. The team with the most "millionaires" is a surprise: FC Cincinnati, MLS's worst team in 2019 and 2020 and last in the current overall standings.

FC Cincinnati, which opens its new stadium on Sunday, has six players making at least $1 million: No. 11 Jurgen Locadia, No. 19 Luciano Acosta, No. 26 Brenner, No. 50 Yuya Kubo, No. 54 Allan Cruz and No. 71 Kamohelo Mokotjo.

One team -- Sporting KC -- has five players making at least $1 million, while four -- defending champion Columbus, Inter Miami, Seattle and Toronto FC -- have four players. The fewest players any team has making at least $1 million is one by the FC Dallas, Minnesota United, the New York Red Bulls and San Jose.

Only six Americans rank in the top 50 in compensation:

6. Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC), $3.602 million
29. Darlington Nagbe (Columbus), $1.71 million
33. Michael Bradley (Toronto FC), $1.5 million
38. Gyasi Zardes (Columbus), $1.4 million
45. Jordan Morris (Seattle), $1.27 million
56. Kellyn Acosta (Colorado), $1.115 million

Compensation is just one player expense. The other thing has changed in recent years is the money teams have spent on transfer fees to acquire (and perhaps later re-sell) players.

Of the 50 most expensive player signings in MLS history, all but seven were made in the last five years (per Transfermarkt). LAFC has only three players making at least $1 million, but it has been one of the most aggressive MLS teams in terms of signing young players from South America.

MLS introduced Targeted Allocation Money in 2015 at a rate of $500,000 per team and increased allocation money (GAM and discretionary TAM) since then to $4,325,000 per team in 2021. (Before two rounds of re-negotiations, the amount was supposed to be $4,620,000 in 2021.)

Allocation money helps teams "pay down" the salary charge (compensation and acquisition costs) of players below the TAM maximum of $1,651,250 to the maximum salary charge of $1,651,250. The MLSPA figures for guaranteed compensation include base salary and all signing and guaranteed bonuses annualized over the term of the player's contract, including option years, but not necessarily the player's entire salary charge (notably performance bonuses).

The figures are for players under contract as of April 15, the day before the start of the 2021 season. MLS extended its primary transfer window through June 1 due to its late start so more signings are expected as European teams finish their seasons in May.
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Re: G2008:U13 Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Anonymous 05/14/21 11:08 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Already got bumped down to the B team?

ECRL is the same thing as playing in NYCSL division 2
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Re: G2006:U15 Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Anonymous 05/14/21 11:03 AM
The icing on the cake was there own team got disqualified from a cup game lmao
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B2008 Levittown Soccer Club - Open Practice - (3) 2008 Boys Teams Juan Rodriguez 05/14/21 03:03 AM
Levittown Soccer Club Boys 2008 - Looking for quality kids / quality athletes to join our three talented Boys 2008 teams, with the goal of going to the next level.

Cyclones FC - LIJSL Div. 1, NYCSL
Warriors - LIJSL Div. 3W
StormBreakers - Div. 4W

Team Practices are led by Professional Trainers and Experienced Coaches.

Contact us to come down to an open practice on either a Monday's and Friday's at Cuomo Park, Seaford, NY or Wednesday's at Division HS, Levittown.

Come join the Levittown Family!!!

Contact:
Juan Rodriguez at jrodxvi@yahoo.com - or call or text at 646-369-5001
Ramiro Yepez at Ramiro398@optonline.com - or call or text 516-779-9330
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Re: GIRLS High School (School Ball) Fall 2020 Anonymous 05/14/21 01:57 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I was wondering, who are the top players in the state this year, the ones going to play in the ACC?

You say this in jest, right?

In jest?

Do you mean the better girls no longer play in high school?

OK, now you're really pulling my leg, right?
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Re: B2010:U11 Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Anonymous 05/14/21 01:47 AM
Barca beat susa 2. 1.
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Re: Stony Brook SC & Atletico FC Merge Larry Miller 05/14/21 12:20 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Larry Miller
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Larry,

What’s worse the Tim alleged (by you) underage pizza parties or JR from SUSA allegedly (again by you) dating a player? IMO if true both are disgusting and neither one should be allowed near kids. I’m just curious why you’re so outspoken against Tim and silent about JR.

You are either a newbie, or shilling for someone or something, or clueless. On the subject of the pizza parties, I have that info directly from LGN mteam parent(s).

On the subject of JR dating a player, I believe they are now cohabitating. In that allegation, I never alluded to or stated that the player was underage. JR did date a player, and to the best of my knowledge, she was over 18. Now, what didn't ask about regarding JR is why is he no longer a tenured high school reacher? HINT: if you do a search of the message board you see posts on all your JR concerns along with documentation.

Now, did I scatch that itch for you?

Larry, tried to search but is limited to 2 years. All it comes up is the refund letter and the PRSC purchase. Can you point me in the right direction or repost?

You are correct about the search only going back 2 years.

I looked into this and I have a letter dated 10/4/2012 from Seth A. Lipshie, Assistant Superindendent of the Miller Place School District stating:

Dear Mr. Miller,

We are in receipt of your letter. Please be advised that John R. Balzarini is no longer employed by the Miller Place Union Free School District as of September 16 , 2012.

Sincerely,
Seth A Lipshie


Following that letter BOTN did publish the letter and other documentation including a very candid post outlining my attempts to discuss this matter with the Smithtown SC president where I was unsuccessful.

I should point out that my issues with JR had to with his interactions with BOTN and the message board and were not related to his working with LIPS.

The posts are still on the message board but you will have to back to the posts from the Summer of 2012 and then hit a few pages forward and it will be there. I will also look and if I find it first I will post the link to the post(s).
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Re: BHS (2004:U17, 2003:U18, 2002:U19) Fall 2020/Spring 2021 - v2.0 Anonymous 05/13/21 10:26 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Exactly...core is in tact....SUSASTRONG

Oh no! heeeeeee's back!

Come on Man!
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Re: Is The Entire Barca Academy Club Classless? Anonymous 05/13/21 07:22 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Barca isn’t perfect but what club is? The parents on some teams have let their emotions get the best of them pertaining to their kids soccer activities esp the 2011 who was caught fighting each other physically. Seems to be a lot of jealousy of #10 from the outside looking in. Remember their just kids!
One of the 2011s better players had enough of the crap and left to Alby. Not sure Alby is any better but the ass kissing is kept to a minimum.

It's pathetic in itself that you keep trying so hard to start up the convo about b2011, no one cares about that 7v7 soccer lol. I think you should address more why the 07, 06, and 05 players are shoping around and most likely leaving Barca this spring.

Options are limited to say the least. Same bs at all the Long Island clubs
Stay at a town team and DEVELOP!!!!!!

TOWN TEAMS ARE EVEN WORSE WITH THE NEPOTISM AND ASS KISSING. PLUS MOST HAVE NO DEVELOPMENT OTHER THAN PUNT AND RUN BECAUSE THEY DON'T(THERE ARE EXECEPTIONS) HAVE DECENT TRAINERS.
LIKE THE OTHER PERSON SAID. IT HAPPENS ON EVERY TEAM TO SOME LEVEL. YOU CHOOSE YOUR LEVEL
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NY Surf Summer Camps Larry Miller 05/13/21 06:23 PM
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SUSA Bright Futures Summer Splash Larry Miller 05/13/21 06:18 PM
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HASC United B2010 Open Tryouts HASC United 05/13/21 04:01 PM
Untied is looking to add a few key pieces to their roster.

Team Info:
-Team competes in LIJSL Premier/Champion NYCSL Premier,
-8-10 Tournaments a year EDP and State Cups.
-Professionally trained 3 times a week

Open Practice starts 5/17 Triangle Park at 6PM Training is Monday Wednesday and Thursday.



Contact Andy Spathis
hascunited@gmail.com
Location Hicksville fields Triangle Park, 400 Plainview Road Hicksville NY 11801 - Map
Description Looking to add committed players - birth year 2010 to our roster for winter/spring seasons
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HASC Dare Devils 2007 Girls Open Pracitce HASC Dare Devils 05/13/21 03:32 PM
Dare Devils are looking to add a few key pieces to their roster.

Team Info:
-Team competes in LIJSL Premier, NYCSL Premier
-8-10 Tournaments a year EDP and WAGS included.
-Professionally trained 3 times a week

Open Practice starts 5/17 Triangle Park at 6PM Training is Monday Wednesday and Thursday.

If you're interested in coming down to feel free to contact us at hascdaredevils@gmail.com

Andy Spathis
hascdaredevils@gmail.com
Hicksville American Soccer Club
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Commack Cougars 09 John Cerulli 05/12/21 10:15 PM
Commack Cougars are a great group of girls seeking to add committed girls to their roster. We play NYCSL D2 South. We are professionally trained twice a week by a former Leeds United player. We are having an open practice Friday 5/21 4:30-6:00 at Burr Intermediate School. Please call or text John Cerulli 516-351-4913 for more info.
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MLS's youth venture: Season 1; future success depends on how it helps amateur clubs Larry Miller 05/12/21 04:45 PM
by Mike Woitalla

MLS kicked off its 25th season on Feb. 29, 2020. It suspended it on March 12 because of Covid. It returned to play July 8 with its MLS is Back tournament in the Orlando City "bubble." During the hiatus, the league made an extraordinary move. MLS announced on April 15 that it would run a top-tier boys league to serve as a replacement for the Development Academy, whose demise was announced 35 minutes earlier that day by U.S. Soccer.


MLS's venture into the youth game was welcomed by many clubs that preferred to continue in a manner similar to the DA, instead of fielding its top teams in ECNL Boys, for example. MLS Next's first season, 2020-21, launched last September with 78 amateur and five USL clubs on board, in addition to 30 MLS academies. The pandemic forced plenty of game cancellations and late starts, such as in California where team sports weren't OKed until March.

"Considering the constraints we operated under because of Covid, we are very satisfied with how the first season went," says MLS Technical Director of Youth Development Fred Lipka.

When MLS decided to run a nationwide youth league, the severity of the pandemic’s impact wouldn’t have been apparent. MLS thought its season would be suspended for only 30 days, but that stretched to four months, and return to play came without ticket revenue. Commissioner Don Garbersaid league-wide revenue was down almost $1 billion in 2020 compared to 2019 and it could lose close to $1 billion in 2021. Lipka says the owners' support for MLS Next has not wavered.

"They're fully behind it," Lipka says. "MLS is committed long-term to this platform going forward. It was the worst of years, but we're seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and look forward to celebrating our clubs in Frisco."

MLS Next announced on Wednesday it would hold its inaugural playoffs (U15, U16, U17, U19) and a showcase June 25-July 3 in Frisco, Texas, home of FC Dallas. The announcement of the postseason event came late because MLS Next was assessing the risk of Covid spread. The league had only recently scheduled games that required air travel and hotel stays, adhering to U.S. Soccer’s Covid prevention recommendations and government regulations. It canceled inter-state competition when state leadership such as in California restricted it. MLS Next's business plan doesn't depend on revenue-producing showcase events, making it easier to be cautious and patient amid a pandemic in which nearly 600,000 Americans have died from Covid-19.

MLS charges a $50 registration fee for players and staff, but it doesn’t charge a team or club fee. An MLS source says that what the league spends on MLS Next significantly exceeds the registration fee income, which amounts to just a small fraction of what U.S. Soccer was spending on the DA.

The MLS Next Playoffs in each age group will be a 32-team single-elimination tournament. The format was chosen in part to resemble international youth championships -- to put the young American players in must-win games, the importance of which came to the forefront again after the U.S. men’s recent failure to qualify for the Olympics (a U-23 tournament).

Knocked-out teams will enter the showcase, guaranteeing all teams three games in four days. The showcase schedule mirrors the playoff schedule so clubs can reserve flights and book hotels without having to wait for the final regular-season standings.

For the quarterfinal winners whose stays will be extended by one or two games, MLS is paying for the extra hotel days, will mimic for them an MLS first-team experience by providing similar meal plans and charter buses, and will subsidize the extra costs for the flight changes.

The MLS Next Cup Playoffs/Showcase is being run with the consultation of those who orchestrated the successful MLS is Back Tournament and NWSL Challenge Cup when organizing such sporting events during a pandemic were uncharted waters.

That MLS stepped in the DA’s void to run a league whose members are mostly amateur youth clubs may have surprised because it was known that MLS clubs had been considering a youth league of their own – complaints included that too many of their games weren’t “meaningful.” On the other hand, MLS clubs had to appreciate the administration and investment that U.S. Soccer provided.

It’s worth noting that within the year of the DA’s demise, we’ve seen a number of high-profile young American players who were impacted by the DA move to Europe on transfer fees to MLS clubs. There’s also been a spike in MLS clubs’ homegrown players breaking into first teams. It’s a success that would not have come without the historic groundwork of the amateur clubs or their continual contributions to player development.

When MLS clubs considered leaving the DA, they must also have contemplated how they would scout for the nation’s most promising young talent without a DA-like setup, in which every MLS club’s game with an amateur club was a scouting opportunity. That’s how it is with MLS Next.

The benefits of how MLS might profit from being part of the American youth soccer landscape far and wide aren’t hard to see. Beyond it helping their clubs discover talent in a convenient manner, the marketing potential of youth soccer is renowned. The big test for MLS Next comes with how it treats the amateur clubs.

MLS Next season 1 came amid the pandemic, with short preparation, and a honeymoon period because the amateur clubs that wanted to remain in a DA-like league appreciated MLS coming in to provide that. For its part, MLS Next can replicate the best of the DA’s approach with the benefit of knowing DA history enough to have learned from its flaws.

Ultimately, success for MLS in this youth venture means steering the best young players to MLS clubs. For MLS Next to be successful depends on the amateur clubs benefiting from that arrangement.
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Hicksville Wildcats (G2003/2004) H_Wildcats 05/12/21 01:55 PM
Hicksville Wildcats girls 2003/2004 team looking to add some players. We are currently having open practices on Tuesday\Thursday’s from 7:30 - 9:00 pm. We currently play in the LIJSL premier division and are professionally trained 2x a week. If interested please reach out to me on here or via text or email.

Coach Trish 516-852-0847 (trish63@optonline.net)
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Re: G2007:U14 Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Anonymous 05/11/21 06:25 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
GS only coaches younger EM teams. SUSA will be getting all of the EM good players

They will load up the RL and Carolina teams. Only see two maybe three EM girls making SUSA’s ECNL team.

***not trying to be a jerk
***just stating facts
***sorry if I hurt your feelings

Lol, none of those players are leaving EM for Susa’s RL and Carolina teams. That’s absurd and completely over-inflates that Susa team.

Carolina is the Susa c team....who pays $3500 to be on a C team, some dumb parents out there for sure and just like to say their kid plays for Susa?!??? That team is weak and loses to decent town teams
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Re: USYSA Club v Club North Atlantic Conference Coming to Our Area Larry Miller 05/11/21 04:39 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Larry Miller
Originally Posted by Anonymous
This league is just another version of NPl. Nobody cares, it’s just EDP trying to get more money

Money YES, but left out control and power over this entire region. ENYYSA as usual is asleep. Shhhh, don't wake them up.

Larry, do you think they are asleep or in on the deal and just keeping it quiet?

Both. Yes, they are asleep because they never protected their turf over the years, and the same goes for LIJSL.

Yes, they are keeping quiet because of their sleeping at the wheel over the years they [ENYYSA] are now EDP's bitch, and to some extent, Gary Grossman's bitch, and the same can be said for LIJSL.

Solution: Register your team/club with the WYSL and be rid of the EDP & Grossman soccer whores.
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West Islip Chaos (BU 2010) Tryouts June 4,2021 & June 9, 2021 AlissaPapaleo 05/11/21 04:34 PM
The West Islip Chaos (Boys 2010) are a great bunch of boys that play a competitive game and have an excellent team environment.

Team Info:
*Formed in 2019
*Team started in division S7 and is now playing in division S6 out of the LIJSL
*Professionally trained 2 times a week
*Team plays in multiple tournaments throughout the year
*Fundraising is used to minimize costs

The team is looking to add players to the roster. If your son is interested in coming down to our tryout, please register at http://liwislipsc.sportssignup.com/site/ and text Alissa Papaleo at 631-766-4852 with any questions.

Tryout Info:
When: Friday, June 4th and Wednesday, June 9th 6-7pm
Where: Bar X 826 Higbie Lane, West Islip N.Y. 11795



Alissa Papaleo
Coach
West Islip Chaos
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West Islip Vipers (G2008) Try Outs, June 4 and June 11, 2021 JTobia1127 05/11/21 12:34 PM
The West Islip Vipers (Girls 2008) are a great bunch of girls that play a high level of soccer currently in LIJSL.

Team Info:
*Formed in 2017
*Team started in division 1 and is now playing in Premier out of the LIJSL
*Professionally trained
*LIJSL Champions Divisions Champs 2018
*Team plays in multiple tournaments throughout


The team is looking to add players to the roster. If your daughter is interested in coming down to our tryout, please register at http://liwislipsc.sportssignup.com/site/ and text Joe Tobia at 631-831-8839 with any questions.

Tryout Info:
When: Friday June 4th and Friday June 11th @ 6:30PM
Where: Masera Learning Center School - 650 Udall Road, West Islip N.Y. 11795

Joe Tobia
Coach
West Islip Vipers
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West Islip Lady Bombers (G2008) Try Outs, June 7th and June 9th West Islip G2008 05/10/21 10:37 PM
The West Islip Lady Bombers (Girls 2008) are a great bunch of girls that play a competitive game and have an excellent team environment.

Team Info:
*Formed in 2017
*Team started in division 3 and is now playing in division 1 out of the LIJSL
*Professionally trained 2 times a week
*Team plays in multiple tournaments throughout the year
*Long Island Classic Champions 2020
*Fall 2019 LIJSL Sportsmanship Award
*Fundraising is used to minimize costs

The team is looking to add players to the roster. If your daughter is interested in coming down to our tryout, please register at http://liwislipsc.sportssignup.com/site/ and text John Hofmann at 631-806-8469 with any questions.

Tryout Info:
When: Monday June 7th and Wednesday June 9th @ 6:00PM
Where: Masera School - 650 Udall Road, West Islip N.Y. 11795
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West Islip Jaguars (G2009) Try Outs (6/9 & 6/11) WI Jaguars G2009 05/10/21 07:31 PM
The West Islip Jaguars (2009 Girls) are a great bunch of girls that play a competitive game and have an excellent team /family environment. Come join a talented group of girls and coaches with a team 1st attitude!

Team Info:
*Formed in 2018 (LIJSL Divisions Played [D1, Champion, Premier[currently])*
*Won D1, the Models Sportsmanship Award
*Professionally trained 2 times a week
*Fundraising is used to minimize costs

We are looking for 4-5 girls in all positions, including goalkeeper, for the Fall2021/Spring2022 season roster. If you or somebody you know is interested in coming down to try out register online and text Lenny Palmeri at 646-391-0956 with any questions.

When: Wednesday June 9th & Friday June 11th @ 7:30pm
Where: Casamento Park - 101 Muncy Rd, Bayshore, NY 11706
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US Youth Soccer Conferences in East Region hit home stretch of spring season Larry Miller 05/10/21 05:21 PM
The Spring 2021 season is nearing its conclusion, and teams in the US Youth Soccer East Region are looking to secure advancement to the 2021 USYS Eastern Regional Championships and qualification for the 2021-22 season of National League P.R.O.

With just a few weeks remaining, it’s the most crucial time of the season with so much to play for during upcoming State Cup matches and late-season league games.

Mid Atlantic Conference

The first division champion of the Mid Atlantic Conference came in the 17U Boys age group, where PA Dominion FC 04 Rangers finished the season with 6 wins and 1 loss to clinch their spot in the 2021 USYS Eastern Regional Championships and in 2021-2022 National League P.R.O. In 2019, the side won Regionals, and finished as runner-up at Nationals.

“Having a new coach come in during Covid, we were learning a new system and style of play during the fall season, not always getting the results we deserved,” PA Dominion player Seth Michalak said. “We have put in a great amount of work, things started to click, and results came during league play. We are ready to go out and win the National Championship.”

At 15U Boys, it is extremely tight at the top of the Premier I Red Division, with four teams separated by only 1 point. In addition to being near the top of the table, both Hunter SC and VE Kanoniere are also in the EPYSA State Cup semifinals.

In the 16U Girls Blue Division, Warrington United FC secured a decisive 5-2 win over FC Europa to put them in a tie with Philadelphia Coppa Rage at the top of the standings. Allison Sauers and Camryn Williams each had two goals and Megan Steinbach had one goal in the win. Warrington SC and PSC Coppa will battle it out next Sunday evening in the EPYSA State Cup semifinal.

At 18U Girls, SJEB Rush 03 NL has a 3-point advantage at the top of the table after a win this past weekend over 2019 Regional finalist FC Revolution Rowdies. SJEB Rush looks to close out its season in its final two games to remain at the top of the table, while also preparing for its NJYS State Cup semifinal match against local rival Millville SA, who is currently 5-0-0 in the Mid Atlantic Conference Premier II Division.

North Atlantic Conference

In one of the most competitive divisions in the nation, the 17U Boys Premier I Division is currently led by Westchester Flames Elite 04, who is 5-0-0 with nine goals for and one against. After a 1-0 win over LI Slammers and 2-1 win over perennial powerhouse South Shore FC Bulldogs United, the Flames have three games remaining to close out the season and remain on top.

“Under the guidance of Coach Sean Kenny and John Mulhare, the boys on our 04 Elite team are being taught to play the game the proper way,” said Troy Bilyeu, club manager for Westchester Flames. “In building from the back to proper spacing and one touch passing, it has been the goal of our coaches to create a Flames player that can successfully transition into any DI college program. This approach has paid off for the boys as they sit atop the table and in the multiple college interests from DI through DIII.”

At 15U Boys, Dix Hills Ultimatum are 3 points ahead of four squads, including Barca Academy PRO NY, who just advanced to the ENYYSA State Cup semifinals with a win over DUSC 2006 Blue, who is currently tied with Barca the standings.

At 16U Girls, Coliseum SC Inferno is led by midfielder Willa Pratt and is currently 4-0-0. The 2019 ENYYSA State Cup champions are looking to make their return to Regionals with three league games remaining and an ENYYSA State Cup quarterfinal match this weekend against New York Surf.

At 18U Girls, Massapequa SC Fury awaits its ENYYSA State Cup semi-final opponent and sits in first place in the Premier I Division with a record of 5-0-0. Massapequa has three league games remaining as it looks to make its third trip to Regionals as a team.

“I am happy for all the girls that were able to get their high school seasons played. Now the focus shifts toward club ball and the Massapequa Fury,” said Paul Bigilin, Director of Coaching for Massapequa SC. “The squad is training very hard to secure a bid to the 2021 USYS Regionals through league play and State Cup competition. There is extra motivation this year to secure a 18U Girls bid as the majority of the girls will be going off to college this fall, along with the Eastern Regionals being played in New Jersey, which is very close to home.”

New England Conference

The 19U Premier I South Division is a three-team race at the top of the table, as CT Rush Shoreline, Sporting CT and CFC North Regional all have 13 points. CT Rush Shoreline and and CFC North Regional are scheduled to face off in the last match of the season, which could have all to play for.

At 15U Boys Premier I North, Juventus Academy Boston EDS North sits ahead of Best FC after a big win in their match up over the weekend, and now gets ready for the impending match up with Western United Pioneers 06 Elite, who is 3 points back with a game in hand.

“We were prepared for the game and put in an excellent performance throughout,” said Matt Hardiman, Boys Director of Coaching for Juventus Academy Boston. “We are looking forward to our remaining league games and a continued push toward qualification for the regional event.”

At 15U Girls, Rhode Island Surf G2006 Elite tied Yankee United FC Attack over the weekend to stay at the top of the table, however with few games in hand, CT Rush Elite 06 Girls will look to make a run at the top spot in the division and return to Regionals where they finished as a finalist in 2019.

“The Conference schedule has been difficult, early on this spring, but our girls have battled hard to grab as many points as possible. Every game has been close and there’s been no room for error,” said Martin Yarumian, Director of Coaching for Rhode Island Surf. “While that’s been the case, we’ve found ways to win and we’ve even had a few come-from-behind victories to grab all 3 points, too. With all that said, we know there are still games to be played, so we will try and make it difficult and keep the pressure on by winning our final three league games.”

South Atlantic Conference

The 18U Boys have an exciting fight to the finish, with three of the East Region’s top teams still in contention. Baltimore Celtic Union, Bethesda SC Blue 03 and CASA 03 United are separated by only 3 points in the standings. Bethesda SC has already clinched its spot at Nationals by winning its group in the National League Playoffs, while CASA and Baltimore Celtic Union are out to see who can finish the season unbeaten.

In the 15U Boys Premier I Division, NLS Ajax 06 White has three games remaining as it looks to stay at the top of the table. Currently 1 point ahead of McLean, the upcoming match with third-place Total Futbol could ultimately decide the division winner.

“The team has worked hard to stay motivated through the pandemic, the Maryland high school distraction and few lengthy injuries,” said Rafik Kechrid, club director for NLS Ajax. “We are proud of the boys for working together and keeping high standards throughout these events. We hope to continue to get better for the future.”

In the 18U Girls Premier I Division, St. Mary’s Soccer and Keystone FC Premier are separated by just 3 points and will face off in the last match of the season. In their first matchup this season, St. Mary’s Soccer came away with a 1-0 win.

At 19U Girls, Alexandria SA are 7-0-0 and in first place with three games remaining. The next match is against second-place McLean YS and is likely to decide the division winner.
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