Youth Soccer Teams Wrap Up Fall Regular Season

Frank Williams —  Monday, October 8, 2012

    The Dansville Youth Soccer teams finalized their regular fall
season in Livonia on Saturday in preparation for the playoffs. Program
coordinator Mike Kozak reported in the results in the 4 divisions for
the Dansville Mustangs.
   In the girls 3/4 Division Dansville wound up with a win & a tie as
the Mustangs played Batavia even at 4-4 & the turned around & let the
offense loose with a 7-1 victory heading into the playoffs. The Mustangs
wrap up the regular season with a 5-2-1 recordd. Scoring for the team:
Maddie Failla was on fire with 5 goals and 2 assists, Sydney Stone
earned the hattrick with 2 assists, Maddie Lee with 1 goal and 1 assist,
Tessa Gregorius and Arayana Young earned a goal a piece, and Rebecca
Earner notched an assist.  Tessa Gregorius had 3 saves, Mikayla Abbey
had 2 saves in game one, while Arayana Young had 4 saves and Sydney
Stone had 2 saves in game two.
   For the girls 5/6 teams…the “red” team wound up with a pair of wins
on the day with 4-1 triumph over Warsaw & then turned around & shutout
Leroy 2-0. The girls wound up with a 6-2 record heading into the post
season. Scoring for the ladies: Mackenzie Lawless with 2 goals, Morgan
Oldfield and Maddie Wilcox with 1 goal and 1 assist each, and Rachel
Drake and Maddie Vegder with 1 goal each. Payton Powers made a total of
12 saves between the two games.
   On the “white” team side the Lady Mustangs played to a scoreless tie
with the Nunda entry, while the Mustangs came up on the short side of a
5-0 score against Warsaw. The Dansville “white” squad heads into the
post season with a 3-4-1 mark.  Emma Beardsley had 9 saves overall while
Hannah Belanger had 5 saves and Kyra Veaunt had 4 saves in support.
    On the boys page, the 3/4 guys had a “bye” & posted a 1-7 mark that
is deceptive because the team has been playing “up” in a U-10 bracket
with a young U-8,9  team & are ready for the playoffs.
    In the 5/6 division for the boys..they ended up with a 3-3-1 mark
heading into the post season after playing to a 1-1 tie with rival
Wayland-Cohocton. Scoring for the mustangs: Colyer Adams with an
unassisted goal. Lowell Messinger and Colin Prack were exceptional in
the defensive end. Nick Camuto and Jake Cotton split time in the net
making a total of 7 saves.