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Boca U19s End SYL Season Victorious while U16s Push For Playoff Spot
August 3, 2004

The Boca U19 SYL team ended their 2004 summer campaign Sunday at the Manchester Soccer Complex with a 6-0 drugging of the Northern Virginia Royals while the U16s pick-up two wins and make a push for the Super Y-League playoffs plus much more in this week’s edition of the Boca Soccer Wire.
Boca U19s End SYL Season Victorious while U16s Push For Playoff Spot

U13s split in weekend action while U14s drop a pair

Boca Soccer Wire for the week ended August 1, 2004

BOCA U23s – Mid-Atlantic Summer Showcase League (2-7-1):
2004 Summer Season Completed

BOCA U19s – Super Y-League (4-9-0):
The Boca U19s finished their SYL season in fine fashion with a 6-0 drubbing of their counterparts from Northern Virginia on Sunday afternoon at the Manchester Soccer Complex. The Boca U19s finish the season with a record of 4-9-0 and 12 points. They tied for 6th place in the SYL U19 Mid-Atlantic Division with the South Jersey Barons. Boca scored 19 goals while allowing 25 during the season.

BOCA U16s – Super Y-League (7-4-0):
The Boca U16s continued to push for a SYL playoff spot during their weekend home stand at the Manchester Soccer Complex. On Saturday, Boca blasted the Chesapeake Athletic Club 7-2 on goals by Joseph Sorrentino (3), Stanley Touze (2), Varlee Koon and Cliff Willever. Touze and Koon also had two assists for the U16s as did Jonathan Scheer. Boca GKs Ryan Provost and Dave Rogers split time between the pipes for the win were aided by strong defensive play from Robert Cooper, Kyle Altenau, Jamal Neptune, JC Friemark, Matt Pennucci, JP Evans, George Smith and Zack Bunda. On Sunday, Boca’s Teddy Macconchie had a career high game with 3 goals and 2 assists as the U16s sent Northern Virginia home with a big 8-0 loss. MacConchie, who hails from Lakewood, tallied 3 goals and two assists for Boca. Stanley Touze added two goals and one assist while Varlee Koon tallied one goal and two assists for Boca. Kyle Altenau and Jonathan Scheer added one goal each and Robert Cooper and Jamal Neptune one assist each in the rout. Boca was without the services of US National Team member Joseph Sorrentino on Sunday due to a prior commitment. With their two victories, the Boca U16s improve to 7-4-0 and move into third place in the SYL U16 Mid-Atlantic Division, six points behind the division leader Reading Rage. Boca and Reading each have three games remaining to be played in the regular season.

BOCA U15s – Super Y-League (9-0-1):
Not in action this week.

BOCA U14s (girls) – Super Y-League (2-7-0):
Coach Tony Pezza and the Boca U14 girls had their hands full on Sunday afternoon as they hosted a strong Northern Virginia Royals side at the Manchester Soccer Complex. Although the Boca girls turned in a valiant effort, the Royals got the best of the taking the match 5-0.

BOCA U14s – Super Y-League (3-6-0):
The Boca U14s dropped a tough match on Saturday 4-0 to Chesapeake at the Manchester Soccer complex. On Sunday, the U14s traveled to Reading to take on the U14 Rage. In a good match by both sides, Reading came out on top 2-0. The U14s fall to 3-6-0 in the U14 SYL Mid-Atlantic Division.

BOCA U13s – Super Y-League (4-6-0):
The Boca U13s had a full weekend of SYL action as they hosted their counterparts from Chesapeake on Saturday and Northern Virginia on Sunday at the Manchester Soccer Complex. Boca had their hands full on Saturday as Chesapeake came in with very strong squad and dominated the match earning a 5-1 win. The loan Boca goal scorer was Whiting’s Liam Cahill with an assist from Dylan Marx. Boca’s 1st half keeper Tom Zmuda from West Windsor made 8 saves and allowed 3 goals. For the second half, the U13s had Bayville’s Jamie Pace between the pipes who made 7 saves and allowed 2 goals. On Sunday, the U13s and Northern Virginia battled in a see-saw match in which Boca came out on top 4-3 in the end. Boca took the lead 1-0, then fell behind 2-1, then retook lead by end of 1st half 3-2. Tom Zmuda, Boca’s 1st half keeper had 6 saves. During the 2nd half, Boca established some dominance and extended lead to 4-2 and missed several other chances to put the game away. Northern Virginia came back with a late goal to make it close. Boca’s 2nd half keeper Jamie Pace, made 4 saves. Star of game for the Boca U13s was Connor Voll form Bayville who came off the bench in the 1st half to score two goals and assist on a 3rd. Other Boca goals were scored by Angelo Tedesco of Colts Neck who scored unassisted, Jordan Subai of Toms River assisted by Voll. Voll’s goals were assisted by James Gontarski of Tuckerton and Angelo Tedesco. With the split, Boca improves to 4-6-0 on the season.

July 31 at Manchester, NJ
U13s – Boca 1 vs. Chesapeake 5
U16s – Boca 7 vs. Chesapeake 2
U14s – Boca 0 vs. Chesapeake 4

August 1 at Manchester, NJ
U13s – Boca 4 vs. Northern Virginia 3
U19s – Boca 6 vs. Northern Virginia 0
U14 Girls – Boca 0 vs. Northern Virginia 5
U16s – Boca 8 vs. Northern Virginia 0

August 1 at Reading, PA
U14s – Boca 0 vs. Reading Rage 2

August 7 at Bowie, MD
U15s – Boca vs. Chesapeake – 9:00am

August 7 at Potomac, MD
U16s – Boca vs. DC United – 12:00pm
U14s – Boca vs. DC United – 12:00pm

August 8 at Nokesville, VA
U14 Girls – Boca vs. Northern Virginia – 1:00pm
U16s – Boca vs. Northern Virginia – 1:00pm
U13s – Boca vs. Northern Virginia – 3:00pm
U15s – Boca vs. Northern Virginia – 3:00pm
U14s – Boca vs. Northern Virginia – 5:00pm

Jersey Shore Boca has been a fixture in the soccer community since 1978 and is one of the most respected soccer clubs on the East Coast.

The Club celebrated their 25-year anniversary in 2003.

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