After two weeks of action in the adult coed soccer league on the pitch at the Center of Anna Maria Island, Lancaster Design has surged to the top of the standings with a 2-0 record.
Right behind the designers are Moss Builders and Sato Real Estate with matching 1-0 records, while Progressive Cabinetry sits alone in fourth place with a 1-1 record.
Bins Be Clean and Mar/Kis Insurance are tied for the fifth spot with matching 0-1-1 records, while Ross Built is still in search of its first victory at 0-2.
Action kicked off July 26 with Bins Be Clean taking on Progressive Cabinetry. Progressive Cabinetry jumped out on top 2-0 on goals from Ryan Hogan and Damir Glavan on the way to an easy 9-4 victory.
Hogan and Glavan finished with two goals each, while Avinaj John paced the squad with three goals. Kris Yavalar added a goal and Hakan Toka completed the scoring with a goal and two assists. William Case and Steve Velliquette combined to make seven saves in goal to help preserve the victory.
Rico Beissert scored three goals and Ricky Anderson scored once to lead Bins Be Clean, which also received assists from Nate Welch, Francisco Oliviera and Diego Felipe. Cliff Powell made six saves.
The second match of the evening saw Sato Real Estate record a 5-0 shutout victory over Ross Built. Josh Sato led the way to two goals, while Zack Lieb, Cemal Duzgan and Jessica Williams each scored once. Scott Bear made five saves in goal to preserve the shutout.
Goalie Ben Sato made seven saves to lead Ross Built in the loss.
The last match of the evening saw Lancaster Design outlast Mar/Kis Insurance by an 8-5 score. Robert Armstrong had a hat trick and two assists to lead Lancaster, which received a goal and an assist from Adam Mott and Murap Akay. Nate Talucci and Steve Oelfke each scored once, while goalie Jordan Demers came through with eight saves and contributed a goal on offense.
Mar/Kis Insurance was led by Shay Coleman’s two goals and an assist and two goals from Tony Morales. Joel Sanchez completed the Mar/Kis scoring, while also making four saves between the pipes.
High scoring match
The youth soccer league at the center completed its second week of indoor action July 24 in the 9-12 age group. The standings are pretty tight for the Ugly Grouper Red and Blue teams, both sporting 1-0 records, while White fell to 0-2 after Tuesday’s action.
UG Blue edged UG White 11-10 behind an incredible 10 goals from Jackson Pakbaz and a trio of goal keepers. Michael Coleman, William Pakbaz and Caden Quimby combined to make 14 saves to help preserve the victory, while Frankie Coleman added a goal and two assists to the Blue offense.
Connor Samblis paced the White squad with seven goals and an assist while Riley Lawson added a hat trick and two assists in the loss. Kane Richardson and Victor Albrecht kept White in the game with a combined 12 saves.
Key Royale Golf news
The women golfers at the Key Royale Club played a nine-hole individual-low-net match in two flights July 24. Carol Duncan was the outright winner in Flight A with a 3-over-par 35.
Flight B was captured by Janet Razze with a 2-under-par 30. Sue Wheeler was alone in second place with a 1-over-par 33, while Terry Westby, who had a chipin on the fourth hole was one stroke back in third place in the flight.
The men got on the course July 26 for a nine-hole scramble. The team of Herb Clauhs, Tom Nelson and Gary Razze combined on a 5-under-par 27 to earn clubhouse bragging rights for the day.
The team of Steve Doyle and Neil Hennessey were the only duo to earn a 3-0 record in pool play and were the day’s outright champs in the July 25 horseshoe action at the Anna Maria City Hall horseshoe pits.
Three teams emerged from pool play July 28 with 2-1 records. The team of Doyle and Jerry Disbrow drew the lucky bye into the finals and watched as Gary Howcroft eliminated Jay Disbrow 21-16. Howcroft stayed hot and took out Doyle and Jerry Disbrow by a 21-12 score in the finals.
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.