Hapoel Soccer

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By Jeff Seidel
October 10, 2007

WJW Sports Correspondent

In the second week of Hapoel soccer, the offenses were again rolling.

Daniel Offer had seven goals and one assist to lead Purple to an 8-0 victory over Silver in the boys kindergarten-1st grade division. Ezra Diament added a goal plus an assist while Sammy Levitt had two assists.

Eytan Byer, Josh Rubin and Yosef Brody each scored once to give Green a 3-0 victory over Royal.

Ari Schopf scored all six goals to give Blue a 6-3 win over Yellow. Jake Ely got two goals for Yellow while Lucas Kaplan added the other.

Justin Galitzer's four-goal effort led the Red team to a 6-3 decision over Forest. Benji Riffkin added a goal and an assist while Zachary Salamon scored once. Elior Waskow scored all of the Forest goals while Zachary Dekelbaum got two assists.

In the second-third grade division, Elijah Zack led the Red to a 4-1 victory over Forest. He scored three goals while Akiva Glasshofer added an assist. Noah Green got the only Forest goal. Forest also helped Red with an own goal.

Coby Melkin scored twice, and Daryl Nadler added two assists to give Green a 2-0 victory over Royal.

Daniel Zweben's hat trick led the Silver to a 5-1 decision over Purple. Jacob Glassman and Nadav Anolik both scored once. Joshua Straus got the lone Purple goal.

The Blue battled to a 4-2 victory over the Yellow team. Mikhael Hammer-Bleich's three-goal performance sparked that win. Eliezer Shemtov scored the other goal. Perry Ross and Tani Levisohn scored once apiece for Yellow, who also used a Gabriel Adelman assist.

The fourth-fifth grade division saw the Blue and Red play to a scoreless tie. The Yellow and Green also deadlocked, finishing in a 4-4 tie.

Nadiv Panitch led Yellow with two goals and one assist while Daniel Schopf scored twice. Tani Makovsky's three goals sparked Green while Menachem Eizenstat added a goal and an assist.

The Silver team rolled to a 7-2 victory over Purple. Daniel Edinger's hat trick led Silver. Jacob Mellman added two goals while Yosef Eisenstadt and Moshe Greenspon each scored once. Jeremy Kardon and Matan Freidman both got a goal for the Purple team in the loss.

There were three shutouts in the sixth- through eighth-grade division. Noah Zweben's four goals and two assists led the Blue to a 6-0 win over the Red team. Isaac Gould got a goal and an assist while Jason Kardon scored the other goal while Moshe Chefitz had an assist.

Saadia Tuchman scored all the goals in the Purple team's 4-0 shutout of Silver. Chaim Shlomo Kornarow added two assists.

Max Byer got two goals to lead Yellow to a 3-0 victory over Green. Yonah Soskin scored the other goal while Yaakov Singer added two assists.

For the girls, in the Kindergarten-first grade division, Ella Gantman's league-record six goals led Purple to a 9-0 victory over Silver. Rayna Armon also scored twice.

The Yellow and Blue dueled to a 2-2 tie. Hadas Dubrawsky and Avital Fink both scored once for Yellow while Lilianne Panitch added an assist. Rachel Lipman led the Blue team with a goal and an assist and Adina Kotz scored once.

The Silver and Purple played to a 1-1 tie in the second-third grade division. Aliza Katz scored for Silver while Hannah Ashe got the Purple goal.

In the other game, the Blue team rolled to a 6-2 victory over Yellow. Shana Lowenstein (two goals, one assist), Jennie Mellman (one goal, two assists), Abigal Gold-Pastor (one goal, one assist), Eliana Elikan (one goal), Carolina Plum (one goal) and Shani Sukol (one assist) helped the victors on offense.

Bracha Eizenstat scored both goals for Yellow while Tzippy Hes and Chana Brocha Reingold each had assists.

The fourth-fifth grade division saw the Yellow blank Blue, 4-0. Daniella Zukerman led with two goals and one assist while Eliana Tuchman and Rena Shulman both scored once. Adina Israel also had an assist.

The Purple team edged Silver, 2-1. Lila Bilsky scored both Purple goals while Aviva Lombardo and Emma Hofman both had assists. Danielle Galitzer scored the Silver goal.

In the sixth-eighth grade division, Sarah Shulman's goal helped Silver edge Purple, 1-0.

Rivka Malka Swartz got three goals and one assist to lead Yellow to a 5-1 victory. Arielle Levine and Estee Rebibo both scored once, and Ateret Sultan-Reisler added an assist.

Sara Trombka got the only Blue goal while Bruria Hammer-Bleich pitched in with the assist.

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