Michael Page, Taylor Stone and Jeremy Hyter.
Steve Hillgren prevented a shutout with a goal for the White Tigers.
In other boys under 12 action:
Red Devils 5, Orange Revenge 1 - Ryan Lanni, Jonathan Gormley, Trevor
Gladych, Max Rollins and Thomas Dialynas each scored goals to lead the
Red Devils to their fifth win in a row.
Morgan Brombel set up three goals with solid corner kicks, while Peter
Broekelshen and Alex Neff also assisted on goals.
The Orange Revenge was led offensively by Mitchell Williams and Greg
In girls Division 5 action:
Teal Tidlewaves 2, Red Sirons 1 - Rene Mycorn and Alexa Rome scored
second-half goals for the Teal Tidlewaves.
With the win, the Tidlewaves remain perfect with a 5-0 record.
The Dream Team won their game, 2-1, thanks to goals by Karlyn Ogden
and Leila Pozin.
Goalkeeper Alix Fitch provided solid goalkeeping, while Samantha
Mangione, Michelle Marshall, Annie Rafferty, Laura Fleming and Christine
Light played aggressive defense.
Galaxy Girls 5, Green Seaweeds 1 - The "G" Girls scored three goals in
the final five minutes to put the game away.
Mackenzie Jones and Valen Taylor each scored two goals, while Leslee
Kazmerek scored her first goal of the season for the Galaxy Girls.
Allison Deverian, Kelly Matthews, Katie Deverian and Tori Olenda
controlled the Galaxy Girls' midfield, while Julia Patton, Victoria
Kennedy, Tess Crane and McKenzie Brown anchored the defense.
Cicily Lewis scored the lone goal for the Seaweeds.
In boys under 8 action:
For the Green Bombers, in their contest with the Blue Lightning Bolts,
Hunter Meece scored four goals, while Alex Carlis, Matt Berry and Dan
Steele anchored the defense.
Pete Markel, Cameron Orr, Sam Cuberio, Cole Chatham and Tanner
Trauthen came through offensively for the Bombers.
In the Red Bombers' contest with the Purple Killer Whales, Blake
Thomsen scored three goals, while Connor Garrett added one.
Strong Bombers' offense was also provided by Sammy Witte, Sandon
Griffin and Jonathan Teller, while on defense, Ford Hanour, David Fenner
and Jesse Marans led the charge.
In the Green Devil Rays' matchup with the Blue Blazers, Tanner
Grandstaff scored two goals to pace the offense.
Also scoring for the Rays were Eric Zamucen, Brandon Zelner, Kent
Smith and Billy MacDonald, while the defense was led by Pete Rigas, Alex
Matar and Connor Canale.
For the Blue Thunder, in their contest with the Orange Jaguars, C.J.
Nugent had strong open-field play, while goalies Jake Jones and Skyler
Garn took turns stopping Jaguar shots.
Dakota Jones, Cody Reddin, Andrew Nemnich, Wes Sherburne, Kyle
Sherburne and Nico Chavez each played well on both sides of the ball.
In the Fireballs' contest on Saturday, John Swigert and Jack Gorab
each scored two goals, while Nick Molinaro and Kevin Kitzens each had
On defense, Matthew Burt, Anthony Daboub and Gianni Multari held the
opposition to a minimal number of shots. Matthew Larson led the midfield
play, while Logan Burkhead was strong in goal.
The Blue Angels were led in their contest on Saturday by the
goal-scoring of Davis Cast, Blake Grable, Nick McGuinness, Troy Reese and