Slim’s rises in adult soccer, youth soccer enters finals

After three weeks of soccer action in the adult league at the Center of Anna Maria Island, Slim’s Place has the only unblemished record at 3-0 and stands alone in first place. Mulock Flynn Law is right on their heels at 2-0-1, closely followed by Acqua Aveda at 2-1. Sato Real Estate holds down fourth place with a 1-1-1 record, while Ross Built, Jiffy Lube and Moss Builders all sport 1-2 records. Mar/Kis Insurance holds down last place and is still in search of a victory at 0-3.

Moss Builders opened the Oct. 19 action on the center field, emphatically breaking its schneid with a 9-4 victory over Acqua Aveda to behind two goals each from Shay Coleman, Olaf Krause and Jillian Ptak. Ryan Moss, Andre Lewis and Matt Plummer each added a goal to complete the scoring, while Jordan Demers made four saves in goal.

Rico Beissert scored three goals and Cortni Wash added a goal to lead Acqua Aveda in the loss.

The second game of the evening saw Slim’s Place improve to 3-0 as Jiffy Lube failed to field the required number of players.

Ross Built rolled to an 8-1 victory over Mar/Kis Insurance behind five goals from Kevin Roman and a goal each from Scott Eason, Jake Parsons and Greg Ross.

Jermais Gramajo notched the lone goal for Mar/Kis Insurance in the loss.

The last game of the evening was the best, as Mulock Flynn Law and Sato battled to a 7-7 tie. Chris Scott led Mulock Flynn with six goals and Lexi Sato added a goal.

Zoran Kolega and Josh Sato scored two goals each to lead Sato, which also received goals from Nate Welch, Adam Mott and Angela Albrecht in the tie.

 

Finals set in 8-10 youth soccer division
There were no upsets of monumental proportion during the Oct. 17 semifinals of the 8-10 youth soccer division playoffs at the center.

Top seeded Progressive Cabinetry easily dispatched Blue Lagoon 4-1, while Bins Be Clean defeated Wash Family Construction 3-1, to set up a No. 1 seed versus No. 2 championship game.

The final will have a 6:30 p.m. kickoff after press time for The Islander Tuesday, Oct. 24. Before he championship match at 5:30 p.m., the third-place playoff game will pit Wash versus Blue Lagoon

 

Horseshoe news
Four teams emerged from pool play with 2-1 records and battled it out for the day’s championship during Oct. 18 horseshoe action at the Anna Maria City Hall horseshoe pits.

The team of Dom Livedoti and Sam Samuels rolled past Norm Good and Tim Sofran 25-2, while Jay Disbrow waltzed past Bob Rowley and Tom Skoloda 23-7 in the semifinals.

Livedoti and Samuels earned the day’s bragging rights with a 21-16 win over Disbrow.

Livedoti found himself back in the winner’s circle during Oct. 21 action, teaming with Steve Doyle to post the lone 3-0 record during pool play.

Play gets underway at 9 a.m. every Wednesday and Saturday at the Anna Maria City Hall pits. Warmups begin at 8:45 a.m. followed by random team selection. There is no charge to play and everyone is welcome.

 

Key Royale news
The Key Royale Club golfers took part in an Oktoberfest Scramble Oct. 14 that included a traditional evening German buffet that was enjoyed by more than 60 club members.

The team of John Koljeski, Charlie Porter and Kathy Porter combined on a 10-under-par 22 to take home first-place honors for the day. They were followed by Diane Miller, Karen Mitchell and

Scott Mitchell in second place with a 7-under-par 25, while Debbie Richardson, Dave Richardson, Phyllis Roe and Jack Roe were another shot back in third place.

Margrit Layh won the closest-to-the-pin contest for the women on the eighth hole, while Charlie Porter took home the men’s prize on the third hole.

Helen Pollock won the women’s long-drive contest, while Dave Richardson won on the men’s side.

The men were back on the course Oct. 16 for their regular modified-Stableford system match. Jeff Rodecal grabbed first place with a plus-5, while Mark Kimball took second with a score of plus-2.

The men played a nine-hole scramble Oct. 19. The team of Lex Halakan, Tom Lewis, Rodencal and Gary Silke combined on a 6-under-par 26 to take first place, while Dick Mills, Pat Moyna, Tom Nelson and Terry Tarras combined for second place at 3-under-par 29.

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