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Scores galore in AYSO soccer
By Duane Shimogawa Jr. – The Garden Island
AYSO soccer is kicking it up through-out the island every Saturday, so if you’re roaming around, especially in the morning, there’s a great chance that you’ll see youths playing soccer at any one of the parks around Kaua‘i.
To submit results, email me at email@example.com. The AYSO scores and results will run in Thursday’s sports page. In the game report, include the final score, goal scorers, outstanding players, and anything pertinent to the game. Here are the results from this past Saturday.
Girls U8: Tigers vs. Hotshots
The Hanalei Hotshots took on the Wailua Tiger Girls. Playing for the Hotshots were: Emmalani Lloyd, Reyn Guest, Mia Wamsley, Lauren Gauthier, Kira Fores, Ajai Scliafani, and goal maker Miiah Fu. Scoring for the Tigers were Corrina Garton, Janae Souza, and Iyana Ischay, with assists from Sara Morimoto, Sydney Brady, Kiana Souza, Kalau Tanaka-Pesamino, and Maleah Mitchell.
Karin Guest coaches the Hotshots and Kevin Souza coaches the Tigers.
The “Red Hots” were red hot once again this weekend! The girls did their best to move the ball down the field and helped each other score numerous goals. All the Red Hot players were outstanding: Lillian Okamoto, Cosi Pearce, Mackenzie Barton, Sunny Patey, and the twins Jaiden and Kiana Taylor. Way to go girls! Keep up the terrific play.
Both teams displayed great offensive skills and tough efforts on defense and the goal keepers kept the game close.
Warriors vs. Silver Rockets
Warriors coach: Jason Nagahisa. Goals by Bobby Bartolo, Treston Nagahisa, Larry Rupert, and multiple scores from Kobe Nagahisa. Outstanding efforts by David Heiser and Seth Francisco.
Silver Rockets coach Elena Perreira. Goals by Gabriel Sifuents, Dylan Koerte. Outstanding play from Micah Arii-Keidser, Eljay Camat, Gabriel Keener, Makoa Rapozo, and Clifton Oliver.
Boys U10: Kalaheo 3, Lihu‘e 0
The Lihu‘e “A” U10 boys soccer team dropped its season opening game against Kalaheo “A” at Kalawai Park 0-3, to the very well-organized Kalaheo team which was lead by their forward bearing #18, whose spead and marksmanship in front of the goal accounted for all three Kalaheo goals.
Boys U10: Lihu‘e “A” 3, Lihu‘e “B” 0
The Lihu‘e “A” team, The Purple Devils came roaring back this past Saturday at Vidinha soccer fields, where they marked their first win against Lihu‘e “B,” the Blue Tsunami. The Lihu‘e “A” team in only their second game showed much improved passing skills, which were rewarded by two goals scored by Thomas Simpkins who proved rock-steady in front of goal and by a goal scored by Bronson Griep to make the final score 3-0. The Purple Devils are coached by Mason Chock and Max Deyer.
Girls U8: Wailua 14, Hanalei 0
The Wailua Wildcats U8 girls team defeated Hanalei, 14-0. Goals were made by Taylor Kaneakua (6), Analeigha Carvalho-Toloai (5), and Shayna Furtado (3).
Boys U10: Deep Water vs. Warriors
Both teams demonstrated great offensive moves and strong will and determination.
Wailua Deep Water coach: Joey Montano. Goals by Jonah Plemer, and Austin Cook (multiple). Outstanding team players: Drake Allen, Griffin Allen, Morgan Allen, Marcus Bloss, Justin Hatchell, Noah Plemer, Kaikea Roe.
Wailua Warriors coach Kevin Gusman. Goals from Victor Sanchez and Justyn Nagahisa (multiple). Outstanding players were Kameron Althouse, Adan Elizadale, Dylan Montoya, Dazmon Sasil, Emmanuel Zafirides, and Tenzin Ray.
Boys U8: Wailua Sea Dragons vs. Kapa‘a Vipers
In the U8 division, the sun was blazing as the Wailua Sea Dragons took on the Kapa‘a Vipers. Both teams played great despite the heat.
The Sea Dragons performed strong. Team members Raymond Duarte, Jayson Hawthorne, Jonah Howard, Coleman Langstaff, and Tavish Mc-Greevy each showed awesome defensive and offensive moves throughout the game.
The Vipers were tough competitors. They played really hard and did an excellent job. Team members for Kapa‘a are Dereck Lacaden, Nike Hillston, Isaiah Farris, Treysen Barretto, Maxwell Nice, Mason Tabura, and Ezekiel Bagano. Great job, Coach Curtis Langstaff of the Sea Dragons and Coach Bagano of the Vipers. Outstanding game everyone!
Boys U6: Wailua Super Boys vs. Hanalei
Both teams were great on defense. Wailua Super Boys goal scorers: Izaya Valaria, and Chayse Basuel (multiple). Incredible Players: Taylenn Daligdig, and Braeden Jensen. Wailua Coach: Joanna Tanigawa.
The Hanalei team scored a few goals and kept the game fun.
Awesome Hanalei Players: Alden Bergener, Luke McCullugh and Luke Schmidt. Coach for Hanalei: McCullugh.
Boys U8: Devil Rays vs. Wolverines
The Devil Rays had another outstanding game this Saturday as they hosted the Wolverines in Kapahi Park. The awesome defensive efforts of Shawn Yamane, Julian Coccimiglio, Kirk Machado and Les Lee Aki shut down the visitors allowing no goals during four quarters of play. The offensive effort was lead by Kai Anderson with 5 goals, and capped off by Leighton Moniz and Les Lee Aki with 1 goal each. Hats off to coach Beth Jensen for guiding the team to victory.
Galaxies 8, Green Guardians 2
Galaxies goals scorers: Kana’i Banasihan (2), Jared Okayama (3), Javin Torres (1), Kreig Medeiros (2). Outstanding Players: Justin Garma, Kevin Ikeda, Elijah Kali, Charles Martin, Blaise Thompson.
Green Guardian goal scorers: Kal Anacleto, James Thesken. Outstanding players: Kunane Kahale, Logan Baptiste, Jordan Deason, Koa Pinkerton, Race Nakamura, Blaze Rendon, Curtis Santos, James Thesken.
Girls U8: Flaming Chicks 1, Lihu‘e 0
Goals: Flaming Chicks: Shyla Taniguchi-Simbre. Outstanding players: Flaming Chicks: Kawehi Taniguchi, Charissa Waalani, Bethany, Allysa, Shannon Correa. Lihu‘e: Entire team.
Girls U10: Westside 7, Lihu‘e 0
Coaches: Kalaheo: JJ Simbre, Lono Gardner. Lihu‘e: Lionel Asai.
Goals: Sanoe Taniguchi-Simbre 2, Leiana Alejandro 2, Heidi Herr 1, Jourdan Correia 1, Nicole Gardner,1. Outstanding players: Kalaheo-Kelly Meatoga, Kiani Nagata, Quiana Duarte, Talia Trepte, Karlyee Malapit.
Lihue-Sha Tres Ah Nee, Kristin Umakoshi, Ciara Delos Reyes- Caires, Khaya Bunao, Thauris Manzano, Kailee Yago, Audrey Pigott, Roshayne Peahu, Nicole Stark, Justice Brown-Kimura, Kea Sullivan, Karla Asai.
Boys U8: Devil Rays vs. Wailua Warriors
Kapaa Devil Rays coach: Beth Jensen. Outstanding players: Leslee Aki, Kai Anderson, Julian Coccimiglio, Kirk Machado, Leighton Moniz, Shawn Yamane. Absent: Maka Vidinha-Rivera. Wailua Warriors coach: Jason Nagahisa. Outstanding players: Bobby Bartolo, Seth Francisco, David Heiser, Kobe Nagahisa, Treston Nagahisa, Larry Rupert.
Both teams played great defense and it was a fast-paced game and very exciting to watch.
Girls U8: Wildcats 7, Kilauea 2
The final score was 7-2 in favor of Wailua. Taylor Kaneakua scored 4 goals, Kaisha Caberto scored 1, and Analeigha Carvolho-Toloai scored 2.
Girls U8: Flaming Chicks 2, Blue Dolphins 0
Goals: Flaming Chicks-Shlya Taniguchi-Simbre (1), Charissa Wa‘alani (1).
Outstanding players: Flaming Chicks-Kawehi Taniguchi, Shannon Correa, Bethany, Allysa. Blue Dolphins-Entire team.
Girls U10: Kalaheo 10, Lihu‘e 0
Goals: Sanoe Taniguchi-Simbre(5), Nicole Gardner(2), Jourdan Correia(2), Leiana Alejandro(1). Outstanding players: Westside Chicks- Heidi Herr, Kelly Meatoga, Quiana Duarte, Kiani Nagata, Quiana Duarte, Talia Trepte, Karlyee Rye Malapit. Red Bulls-Entire team.
Girls U8: Roxys vs. Tiger Girls
The Kapa‘a Roxys faced the Wailua Tiger Girls in their first game of the season. Playing for the Roxys were: Kasen Tone, Alexandria Croydon, Shaelyn Chand, Kayla Phillipson, Kamio Shimabukuro, and Shania Weigle. Scoring for the Tigers were: Corrina Garton, Janae Souza, Kiana Souza, and Iyana Ischay. They were assisted by team-mates Kalau Tanaka-Pesamino, Sydney Brady, Maleah Mitchell, and Sara Morimoto. Ann Croydon coaches the Roxys and Kevin Souza coaches the Tigers.
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