Ross, Wash tie going into playoffs

Ross, Wash tie going into playoffs
Dean Hinterstoisser, for Ross Built, stays with Kevin Roman, team captain for Wash Family Construction, working the soccer ball down the length of the field looking to score at The Center. – Monica Simpson | Sun

ANNA MARIA – Ending the adult co-ed recreational soccer regular season at The Center of Anna Maria Island, last-place team Ross Built Construction and the top-ranked Wash Family Construction met on the pitch last Thursday night.

Week seven play ended in a 4-4 tie on Nov. 3 between the two teams, slated to meet again in the first round of the playoffs on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., according to The Center’s rankings.

The Center’s Marketing and Communications Director, Sam Parker, made a nice goal, tucking the soccer ball in the left corner of the net coming from the right side of the field. Teammate Raul Castano joins Parker in the statistics with a solo goal, along with two by Kali Richardson for Ross Built.

Getting past Steve Oelfke twice, Wash Family Construction’s Tyler Brewer’s two goals added to the single by team captain Kevin Roman and Austin Nutting.

Oelfke made eight saves in the final game. His counterpart, Mark Long, made seven all-important stops to help his team end the game a tie.

ServisFirst Bank’s defense kept the Gulfview Windows & Door scoring to only one goal by team captain Keith Mahoney. Teammate and keeper Tuna McCracken had eight saves in the game, only letting three get past him.

To score for ServisFirst, Selina Gonzalez-Salinas beat the Gulfview defense. Ugur “Lucky” Durmaz continued to strike successfully with two goals in the game.

In a blowout, team Sato Real Estate won against Slim’s Place with a final score of 8-0. Pedro Gonzalez had a hat trick with Danny Anderson and Lindsey Styka both scoring two goals against the third-seed team going into the quarterfinals.

Team captain Josh Sato made it on the board with a single. Finishing in second, Sato goes against ServisFirst next week.

Slim’s Place will match up against Moss Builders in quarterfinal play. With a surprising sixth-place finish, Moss Builders lost in a close one in the last game of the regular season against Pool America.

Hanging out in the middle of the pack with Gulfview, fourth-ranked Pool America scored seven goals against the Moss Builder goalies Ryan Moss, with seven saves, and James Roadman, with three.

Max Gazzo protected the Pool America goal, making three saves in the night.

Matthew Staggs earned his hat trick for Pool America along with Moss Builder’s Daniel Hampton.

Additional Moss Builder scoring came off the boots of Damir Glavan and Olaf Krause. The solid team came up short in the scoring department thanks to two goals by Nate Welch and solo goals by Gerardo Urbiola Bolanos and team captain Chris Klotz for Pool America.

The first game of the playoff season pits the mid-ranked teams against each other, as Gulfview Windows & Doors meets Pool America on Thursday, Nov. 10. Playoff action leads to the all-important Paul “Ace” Hayward Cup match on Dec. 1 at 7 p.m.



Sun Scoreboard

NOV. 1

Youth Soccer – Week 7



LaPensee Plumbing (6-0-1) 3

Sato Real Estate (4-1-2) 1


Island Real Estate (3-2-2) 1

Solid Rock Construction (2-3-2) 1


AMI Coconuts (2-3-2) 1

Cloud Pest Control (0-7-0) 0




HSH (4-0-1) 3

Progressive Cabinetry (1-3-1) 1


Mac Parkman (0-3-2) Bye Week

NOV. 3

Adult Soccer – Week 7


#8 Ross Built Construction (1-5-1) 4

#1 Wash Family Construction (4-1-2) 4


#7 ServisFirst Bank (2-4-1) 3

#5 Gulfview Windows and Doors (3-4-0) 1


#2 Sato Real Estate (4-2-1) 8

#3 Slim’s Place (4-2-1) 0


#4 Pool America (4-3-0) 7

#6 Moss Builders (2-3-2) 5

Rankings and records provided by The Center