High-scoring conclusion to NSYSA season

High-scoring conclusion to NSYSA season

NORTH SMITHFIELD - Maybe it's because most of the players knew that they would be having the winter off, but whatever the reason, the youngsters were popping the ball into the net at a frenetic pace as the North Smithfield Youth Soccer Association concluded its fall recreational season Saturday at the North Smithfield Elementary School fields.

In U-8 Division play, Flash Powder got an astounding five goals from two players, Ryan Blanchette and Aidan Bienvenue, and rolled to a 15-3 win over United Rental. Scoring once each for the winners were Logan Brennan, Jacoby Robertson, Ella O'Neill, Alyson Smith and Courtney Thatcher.

United Rental goals were from Alessandra Carnastro, Steven Castaneda and Nathan Stone, and Samantha Austin was the MVP.

Insite Engineering whipped in nine goals to take a 9-5 decision over Benchmark Builders. Brett Becker had four goals to pace the winners, who got a pair of scores from Carter Deslauriers and Quinn Tanner, and one from Kailey Salinaro. MVPs were Olivia Labonte and Samantha Thibeault.

For Benchmark, Catherine Rogers had a pair of scores, while adding one each were Sarah Neveau, Caston Diogo and Lorelai Clarke. Ethan Cardin Prochniak was MVP.

During games in the U-10 Division, National Marker downed REI Roofing, 8-5. Scoring a pair of goal each for the winners were James Haczynski, Elaina Jordan and Matthew Stamatelatos, while Nathan Wetmore and Jessica Karspeck added one each.

REI goals were by Cameron Cabral, three, Jeremy Roe and Daniel White. Dillon Rei was the MVP.

Benchmark Builders edged Walsh, Brule and Nault, 6-5. Elie Strong blasted home three goals, Adam Dubois, two, and Joseph Lawrence one for the winners, and David Punchak was MVP.

Holden Tousignant, two, Megan Masi, Declan Curran and Dylan Pate scored for their team and Colin Verboort was MVP.

Valley Breeze and Comtorgage battled to a 3-3 tie. Aidan Ahern, two, and Brennan Drolet scored for the Breeze and Caleb Macleod was MVP. For Comtorgage, Stevan Reyes, two, and Ethan Harnois scored and Ella Wenzel was MVP.

Anchor Nissan downed Dick's Sporting Goods, 7-3. Aidan Cook blasted in four scores, and Gansett Champagne, Tyler Rose and Casey Ammerman one each for the winners. Josh Neves had all three of his team's scores, and Daniel Corrao was MVP.

During action in the U-12 Division, Jardine Investments nipped Sports Systems, 5-4. Madison Reynolds and Matthew DiNezza scored for the winners and Nathan Masi was MVP. Scoring for Sports Systems were Michael Belcher, Nathan Bursells and Luke Pasquariello.

Stanley Tree Service downed Village Haven, 6-3, as Nicholas DeCelles scored four times, and Gianna Capracotta and Cade Curran, one each. For Village, Kyle Alves popped in two goals and Saffran Souphanya, one.

Beauchemin Lumber and Insite Engineering played to a 1-1 tie. Aidan Beauchemin scored for Beauchemin, and Julia Dias for Insite.

During a game in the U-14 Division, Stanley Tree Service edged Moses, Afonso and Ryan Ltd., 5-4. Michael deRonde, two, Justin Decelles, Brendyn Feleciano and Drew Odonnell scored for the winners. Marc Parsons, two, Christopher Matulaitis and Jarrod Dube scored for their team.