Pro Touch Eagles United enjoyed a successful debut week in the LISFL. (Photo courtesy of the LISFL)

By David Harris
FrontRowSoccer.com Contributor

All roads continue to go through Port Jefferson SC who made another statement with a 3-0 win over Glen Cove Avellino in the Long Island Soccer Football League Premier Division.

Mosiah Whyte scored twice to give him a division-leading six goals. Junior Rosero also scored his third goal of the season. Port Jefferson is undefeated with a 4-0-0 mark and 12 points.

PDB Irish Rovers recovered from a two game slide to win 5-2 over Port Jefferson Fusion. Will Mileski scored twice, while Chris Joseph, Karl-Germain Cesar and Mustaffa Alobeidy tallied for Rovers. Matt Montanez and Brian Miller were the goal-scorers for the Fusion.

Forest Park and New York Serbia battled to a 2-2 draw. Adan Velasquez and Anthony Marra found the net for Forest Park. Boban Velcanovic and Bryan Suertegaray were the Serbia scorers.

Kosmos United CY came away with a 4-1 victory over New York Polet. Led by Andreas Touros, Kosmos are also undefeated with three wins and nine points. The reborn Peter Touros scored one goal, his brother Nikolas Touros also scored, while John Lambadarios and Rashid Allah Morad added goals. Andrew Heuer scored the lone goal for Polet.

Division 1

Port Jefferson SC continued its winning ways with a 3-1 win over Glen Cove Avellino. Zanetti Alberick scored twice and Juan Pallares added a goal. Austin Musselwhite was the Glen Cove scorer.

Port Jefferson Fusion defeated PDB Rovers, 3-0, on goals by Rocco Famiglietti, Jerremy Jean, and Louis Fede. Despite having club stalwart Willie Dempsey in goal, Rovers couldn’t keep the Fusion from scoring.

Forest Park picked up a big 6-1 win over New York Serbia. Delwin Hernandez had a hat trick, while Julio Espinal scored twice and Jhecsson Garcia added a goal. Velibor Novakovic tallied the lone goal for Serbia.

Kosmos United CY defeated New York Polet 4-2. Jonathan Cano scored twice, while Xavier Contreras and Matthew Laya-Vetell each added a goal for Kosmos. Adam Bolnick and Ivan Vulin recorded goals for Polet.

Division 2

New York West Indies United continued its undefeated start with a 2-0 victory over New York Ittihad FC on goals by former Haitian youth international Fernander Demas and Robbins Vennett.

Hicksville American SC came up short in a 2-1 loss to Floral Park. Omar Zambrano scored for Hicksville, while Juan Perez and Kevin Powers each found the net for Floral Park.

A Diego Abarca hat-trick gave Oyster Bay Park a 3-0 triumph over South Jamaica Portuguese. Abarca has five goals.

Dwight Barriga scored the winner for College Point Flames who defeated Oceanside United to remain undefeated with four wins in four games.

Division 3

Pro-Touch Eagles United won a midweek game, 5-3, over Asteras GCC. Jonathan Guardado and Kevin Ortiz each scored twice, while Marvin Contreras added a goal for Pro-Touch. Christopher Petsalis scored twice and George Badouros added a goal for Asteras GCC.

NYCD Boldest Soccer FC and Leros battled to a 3-3 draw. Steven Bailey, Clester Bailey, and Santiago Hernandez scored for the Boldest. Julian Escobar, Dorie James, and Alan Acevedo tallied for Leros. Julian Escobar’s goal gave him eight on the season, while Steven Bailey has six goals for the Boldest.

A Danny Teixeira hat -rick gave Farmingville Portuguese a 3-0 victory over New York Finest. Asteras GCC finished a wild game with a 4-3 win over SS Cosma Damiano. Andi Loloci, Panagiotis Angelis, Christofer Petsalnis, and Dimitrios Zervas scored for Asteras GCC.

Pro-Touch Eagles United continued its successful debut week with a 7-1 win over fellow new club Athletico Union. Jonathan Guardado scored a hat trick, while Alexis Martinez, Ever Turcios, Nelson Argueta, and Giancarlo Medina each scored a goal for Pro-Touch. Daniel Zalazar scored the lone goal for Athletico Union.

Over 30

Integral Kings won a midweek game, 6-1, over Garden City Centennials. Ricardo Burke, Marcus Julien, and Andre Barnaby scored twice for Integral, while Rawle Scope tallied for Garden City.

Glen Cove rebounded from the earlier games to win 3-2 over Port Jefferson. Damion James, Dwight Jones, and Sam Minaya scored for Glen Cove. Stanley LaRoche and Chris Bernic were the Port Jefferson goal-scorers.

Integral Kings picked up their second win of the week over Istria by a score of 3-1. Marlon Clarke, Ricardo Burke, and Jason Noble scored for Integral, while Silvio Zucchelli scored for Istria.

Grzegorz Panek led the way with two goals as Polonez defeated Lindenhurst 5-1. Paul Majewski, Jerzy Jankowicz, and Lukasz Lupinski also scored for Polonez, while Tom Paladino added the lone goal for Lindenhurst.

Garden City Centennials continued their tough week with a 5-0 loss to Baisley United. Ryan Reid scored twice, while Donovan Dawkins, Patrick James, and Chris Radjpaul added a goal for Baisley.

Over 40

Cheiek Tidiani scored a hat-trick to give him six goals on the season as New York Hota Bavarians won 4-1 over Oyster Bay Park. Pedro Meija added another goal for Hota, while Roberto Maldonado scored for Oyster Bay.

Baisley United continued their successful day with a 5-0 victory over Olympiacos New York. Mark Forbes, Ronald Thomas, Marvin Ebanks, Corey Morrison, and Athol Shearer each scored for Baisley.

Lindenhurst came away from Baldwin with their own 5-0 win on two goals each by Pedro Fragosa and Jay Renick along with a goal by Anthony Fassino.

Over 50

Baisley United completed its successful day with a 2-0 win over Olympiacos New York on goals by Lennox Townsend and Richard Walcott.

Gus Leon and Wiesiek Halon each scored twice in Polonia’s 7-0 win over Oyster Bay Park. Jarek Mieleszko, Darek Zielonka, and Andrzek Sannik each scored for Polonia.

New York Hota Bavarians and Massapequa SC battled in a back and forth game that Hota ultimately won 5-4. Bryan Warde scored twice for Hota, while Raymond Campbell, Uri Bach, and Clifton Khan also scored. Raphael Ramirez scored hat trick, while Michael Gozley added a goal for Massapequa.

Oceanside United and New York Polet/Rudar battled to a 2-2 draw. Peter Hallinan and Hector Prieto each scored for Oceanside. Robert Bogdanovic and Tomislav Kadic were the Polet/Rudar goal-scorers.