Spring 2013

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Spring 2013 SCHEDULE


Saturday, 3/16

1:15 pm arrival Jericho

9 – 0 √

Saturday, 3/23

3:30 pm arrival AWAY

0 – 2

Saturday, 4/6

#2 Wantagh Seaford

1:15 pm arrival at LVHS

3 – 1 √

Saturday, 4/13

4:15 pm arrival AWAY

3 – 2 √

Saturday, 4/20

2:30 pm arrival AWAY

0 – 1

Saturday, 4/27

2:15 pm arrival at LVHS

1 – 4

Saturday, 5/4

2:45 pm arrival at LVHS

2 – 4

Saturday, 5/5

L.I. Cup #3

3:45 pm arrival at LVHS

2 – 3

Saturday, 5/11

#6 Franklin Square Fury

2:30 pm arrival at LVHS

2 – 0 √

Saturday, 5/18

#7 Plainview Old Bethpage

2:45 pm arrival at LVHS

4 – 3 √

Saturday, 5/25

Memorial Day Weekend Tournament

2:00 PM vs Lake Grove
5:30 PM vs Northport

2 – 0 √
0 – 0

Sunday, 5/26

Memorial Day Weekend Tournament

10:30 AM vs Plainvw Old Bethpge
2:00 PM vs Port Washington

1 – 2

Saturday, 6/1

#8 Hewlett Lawrence Blue

2:30 pm arrival AWAY

Saturday, 6/8

#9 Farmingdale Strikers

1:15 pm arrival at LVHS

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Falcons United survived a rough Hewlett Lawrence team on a brutal field littered with stones, dirt, weeds, and mud to advance in the Long Island Cup. On a pitch so rough neither team could string many passes together, United staged a thrilling comeback to win in overtime, 3-2. The boys inexplicably started slowly, and fell behind under withering aggression from our opponent to trail 2-1 at halftime. Adam Limperis-Kaufman scored for the second straight game. Though United picked up the intensity and showed great heart against a "tough" team, the score remained the same with the minutes winding down. With under a minute to play, Ray Minewiser earned a PK after the pushing and shirt tugging finally caught up to our opponent. Mark Salas slid home the game tying goal as regulation expired. Now United was flying and though good chances were wasted in the first OT, Ray Minewiser sent a soft cross across the goal that Mark Salas chested in, cool as the other side of the pillow, to score the golden goal that allowed United to advance. Though an ugly game to watch, the coaches were very proud the fortitude displayed by our kids as they fought to the last whistle despite missing four starters and getting banged around for 80 plus minutes. Well earned boys!
April 13, 2013. Falcon Flyer
United put forth a dominant effort to blow out Wantagh-Seaford 5–1. Another balanced attack saw five different players score. Ray Minewiser, Mark Salas, Kian Ziari, Adam Limperis-Kaufman, Elvin Zavala all found the back of the net. Keeper Ben Rosen made some big saves and a resolute defense led by Evan Lautato and James Mahon held firm. Nico Van Patten and Will Moran provided sound, tactical midfield play to launch United's relentless offense. United's speed of play was quick and effective. The boys' displayed purposeful passing and clinical finishing to great success. “Sting” Ray Minewiser was the best player on the field, showing explosive acceleration and unselfish passing for a goal and two assists. The coaches were particularly proud of the sustained effort and consistent intensity.
April 6, 2013. Falcon Flyer

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