Youth soccer championship matchups set

Youth soccer championship matchups set
Island Real Estate’s Landon Chatt works to keep possession of the soccer ball last Monday night against Cloud Pest Control in quarterfinal playoff action. Chatt’s teammates Alexander Czajkowski and Karlie Niehus stay in support positions while Cloud’s Maggie Niedzwick and Thadeous Daniels take strong stances on the field looking to take over on offense. - Monica Simpson | Sun

ANNA MARIA – Leading up to youth soccer semifinal playoff action, four teams in the U10 league took to the pitch at The Center of Anna Maria Island on Nov. 7. Cloud Pest Control lost 2-1 to Island Real Estate, advancing the team play against LaPensee Plumbing the following night.

The sure foot of Callin Westfall gave the Island Real Estate a goal and assist, while teammate Oliver Barr added a point to the scoreboard for his team.

On defense, goalkeeper Vincent Gollamudi made three critical saves in his team’s quarterfinal win.

The Island Real Estate offense kept Sawyer Leibfried busy with eight saves for Cloud Pest Control. Offensively for the Cloud squad, David Zupa had the team’s only goal in the game.

Solid Rock Construction easily defeated AMI Coconuts with the final score of 5-2. Solid Rock went on to play Sato Real Estate to determine which team made it to play in the championship game.

Despite a valiant effort by AMI Coconuts, Solid Rock Construction’s offense was too strong for their opponent.

With two goals, Renan Kesten led the scoring for Solid Rock with two goals. Kesten’s teammates Ruby Kesten, Turner Worth and Matthew Darak each had solo goals in the game.

Isaac Roadman protected his team’s goal in the quarterfinal game, saving two AMI Coconut shots. Roadman’s counterparts Jordan Steele and Sophia Kerr made a total of four saves against the strong Solid Rock offense.

The two AMI Coconut goals were made by Riley Karecki and Aidan Guess. Guess was credited with an assist to Karecki’s goal.

In a close one, LaPensee Plumbing went on to defeat Island Real Estate 2-1 in the second semifinal game on Nov. 8.

LaPensee’s big win comes after Solid Rock Construction’s narrow victory against Sato Real Estate. Taking the game into overtime, Solid Rock’s post-regulation play success gave the team the win, which clinched the first championship game slot for Solid Rock Construction in U10 play.

The U10 championship game was scheduled to take place on Nov. 14. After LaPensee Plumbing and Solid Rock Construction went head-to-head for the championship title, Progressive Cabinetry and HSH faced off for the U14 final win.

Progressive Cabinetry sealed the deal with a win against team Mac Parkman 3-2, paving the way to the team’s road to the U14 championship game Monday night.


Sun Scoreboard

Nov. 8

Youth Soccer – Semifinal Playoff Games


Solid Rock Construction 4 OT PKs

Sato Real Estate 3


LaPensee Plumbing 2

Island Real Estate 1



Progressive Cabinetry 3

Mac Parkman 2


NOV. 10

Adult Soccer – Quarterfinal Playoff Games

Postponed due to weather