DreamTeam’s U11 squad took apart an Abbey Villa team with a convincing 8-0 win. The team has outscored the opposition 19-1 in their last 3 matches putting up 3 wins and securing 9 points in the league table.
Jonathan Guevara paced the 11s as his clever chip over the outmatched Villa keeper gave him 3 goals for the day. Henry Ramos tallied 2 more strikes to his impressive run of late. Kaik Reis, Anthony Frois netted for the victors as well. Adding his first goal of the season, the strong midfield play of Nico Chapparo kept the opponents off balance throughout the match. The central defending of Nick Ribeiro and impressive goalkeeping of Jackson Contois snuffed out any of the chances Villa had to score.
The early match saw the U10s take a quick lead only to hang on and settle for a 2-2 tie with JSSA. Taking advantage of an early GK error, Jordi Tornberg Ayala finished smartly into goal while dribbling past the bewildered keeper. Christian Aquino used his powerful body position to win a free kick just outside the area that Jordi placed into goal for his second of the day. Both teams created several opportunities and it was the strong efforts by left winger Gustavo DosSantos and Goalkeeper Kaik Reis that held JSSA to a draw and the splitting of points.
The DreamTeam U13 faced another Valeo entry in the extremely competitive grouping they play. This time it was Franco Silveiro Jr. who got the team on the right foot getting onto to the end of a penetrating ball from Lucas Da Silva to finish in the left corner of the goal. Lucas again assisted to Alexis who was isolated one v one and finished his chance for DTs second. Midfielder Oliver Sharpe got onto the stats finding Alexis again in a dangerous area. Alexis beat several Valeo defenders and tallied his second. Lucas Da Silva then showed why he takes the free kicks of the squad as he buried a chance from 20 meters out to secure a 4-2 victory.
The U16s suffered a close encounter with Chauncy FC as an own goal cost the squad the points. Thokmey Dorjee scored again during the run of play for DreamTeam and Marlon Deleon hit from the spot after a PK call but it was not enough as the team lost 3-2.
The U9 DreamTeam Lions fared significantly better winning both matches on Sunday with two convincing wins against Best FC and Hammers FC. Dennis Landaverde scored twice in each game to pace the Lions as they won 5-3 and 5-1 respectively.
DreamTeam’s youngest league entry U9 Cachorros dropped their lone match against a superior Kings FC side, falling by a score of 6-1.