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New Berlin Soccer Report: Week 4

Oct. 10, 2011

New Berlin Athletic Association The New Berlin Athletic Association is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides kids with a variety of athletic programs, including basketball, soccer, wrestling, baseball and softball. Check out recent game recaps here.

 

 

NBAA Soccer Week 4
Newspaper Reports
 
Coed Tots
Blitzz (Price Chiropractic), Crossfire: Led by the captains for the week, Zachary Baniel and Zachary Schrom, Team Crossfire posted a complete offensive effort versus a very talented and well coached Blitzz team. Zachary Schrom and Annabelle Shaw scored their first goals of the year, while Zachary Baniel, Matthew Griffith, and Matias Krammer added a goal each. Multiple goal efforts were handed in by Claire Jastroch and Jonah Kopischke. Team Crossfire congratulates the Blitzz on a great game.
 
Boys Minis
Fury, Kixx: Game 4 for Team Fury was warmer than last week’s chiller. Many of the players were 1-2 layers lighter by the end of the game. This week the boys did a better job of staying in position. They also did a nice job throwing the ball forward during the throw-ins. Scoring goals were Team Fury this week was Joey Prei.
Menace (Trademark Carpentry LLC), Quakes: The Quakes did a great job today.  Gabe Stephens scored his first goal this season!  Conner McCoy Williams, Sami Rikkola, and Drew Weis played a very aggressive offensive with several goal attempts.  The defense held strong thanks to Marcus Intravaia, Daniel Serra, and Jack Rikkola.  Goalies for the game were Timmy Graeve, Tyler Demshar, and Brayden Demshar.
 
Girls Minis
Crossfire, Chill: Lots of fun!! Rachel Natalie Leupi scored all 3 goals for the Crossfire.
Comets, Cougars: Team Cougars had a great defense game throughout the entire game but that first half didn't allow much to get passed them that our goal keeper Aniia Koppa only touched the ball a few times. Samantha Baniel scored her first goal of the season for Team Cougars. Kaiya Goff scored the other 3 goals which showed her speed and follow through the entire game.  Team Comets came back in the second half with much more aggressiveness but the Cougars goalie Lexi Loomer stopped numerous would be goals along with the one on one shot on goal.  Excellent playing by both teams.
 
Boys Minors
Rage 8, Sting 0: The Rage took the field by storm.  The boys never stopped attacking. Ethan Wentz and Vinny DiMotto were the “New Berlin Walls” as our goalies. Matthew Ewens, Dawson Loebel, Aaron Bertsch, and Andrew Kubiak scored the goals. The entire team was at the top of their game.
 
Boys Juniors
Voltage 7, Strikers 1: The Voltage had its best game of the season this past week thanks to multiple goals scored by each of Nick Sadowski, Ty Deckert and Bill Dowling.  However, our defense could just not be stopped thanks to the stellar efforts of Jaeden Phillips and our two game ball winners, Carter Kullaz and Nick Bonneville.  Further, Joey Tarantino, Kenny Wokatsch and Sid Tiwari did an excellent job from the midfield and stopper positions keeping the ball on our opponent’s side of the field.
 
Girls Majors
Piranhas 3, Quakes 1: The maturing young Piranhas have now strung back-to-back wins together by out shooting the Quakes 20 to 10 to win 3 to one. The Quakes got an early break-a-way goal to take a 1 to 0 lead that matched the teams’ final score in their first game. However, history did not repeat itself and the Piranhas swam back to score late in the half to tie the match. Both teams only took six shots on goal the first half. The Piranhas came out smoking hot in the second half passing well and managing their spacing to take 10 more shots on goal than the Quakes landing two to put the match away 3 to one. There was balance scoring for the Piranhas with Molly Austad, Anastasia Hoeg and Tiara Perkins each netting goals with assist support from Anastasia Hoeg, Alyssa Mallmann and Tiara Perkins. Strong defensive contributions led by Danielle Nyenhuis stopped 11 Quake drives; follow by Brianna Duszynski and Anastasia Hoeg each with 8 stops; Megan Habermehl and Alyssa Mallmann each with 7 stops; and Jayme Ewens with 6 stops. Grace Lopez, Isabel Meza, Chloe Moran, Tiara Perkins, and Natalie Sampson all with 5 stops; Molly Austad and Lily Hill had 3, and Nirali Patel completed the day stopping 2 Quake Drives. Brianna Duszynski and Anastasia Hoeg each had 5 saves in goal with Danielle Nyenhuis making a spectacular save when Stacy Hoeg got tangled up with players of the other team and fell down in the box. Rainie Briski, Becky Wyco and Zoe Spilker were not available.
 

 

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