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Winning Weekend for Bwg

The 2001 BWG Pre-Academy team swept its weekend games against New Jersey SoccerAcademy (NJSA) and Met Oval, putting up strong performances both offensively and defensively.

The BlueWeiss Gottschee 2000s are third in their division after tying Met Oval 5-5 Sunday, May 5. Several teams from the Blue Weiss Gottschee (BWG) Pre-Academy soccer club took home wins the weekend of May 4 and 5-others weren’t quite able to pull it together.

Against NJSA, the boys dominated from start to finish, winning 8- 1. Veljko Petkovic (2), Joseph Kolarzh (2), Jonathan Ford, Jeremy Saravia, Matthew Rubinstein and Justin Silva scored goals against NJSA. Sal D’Angelo (2), Edwin Peralta, Jeremy Saravia and Jonathan Ford assisted.

The boys brought a similar level of intensity against Met Oval, scoring three early goals in the span of five minutes. The early blitz carried them to a 5-2 victory. Jonathan Ford (2), Veljko Petkovic (2) and Eddie Wojnarowski put it in the back of the net with help from Matthew Rubinstein, who had two assists.

It was the fifth straight week that the team gave up less than two goals in the Pre-Academy league.

The 2001 BWG Pre-Academy team is currently in second place behind Oakwood Soccer.

The 2000 BWG Pre-Academy team played Sunday, May 5, at Met Oval. The score was 5-5, after BWG was able to turn things around in the second half and erase two-goal deficit. Scoring goals for BWG were Petr Mazanek (2), Shawn Molloy, Eric Schemitch and Diego Moran.

The 2000 BWG Pre-Academy team is currently in third place behind Match Fit and FC Delco.

BWG U17 Blue were unable to find the form they showed last weekend and ended up losing toAcademia Argentin, 2-1. Two defensive errors cost Gottschee two goals by half time. In the second half, Carlos Rebelo pounced on a defensive error and pulled the game back to 2- 1. Gottschee pressed the rest of the game, but the tying goal proved to be elusive.

The BWG U19 White team extended its undefeated streak to five games defeating the Korabi Eagles 2-0 at Brennan Field.

The game was scoreless at the half, but soon changed when Anthony Macchiarulo scored on a crossed rebound. U19 Capitan Antonino Pipitone added another goal a few minutes later, converting a one-touch volley.

Goalie Julian Ceko recorded his first clean sheet of the season with seven saves.

The U19 White team remains in first place with three games remaining in the season.

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