Watermelon Cup

 

ALL GAMES AT LONG LOTS — BE READY TO START AT 6:15 PM SHARP! — EVERYONE MUST BRING A BALL!

RESULTS

June 20:  Timmy Liles’ goal with 3 seconds remaining lifted France to a 5-4 victory — their first of 2 on opening day. Egypt — without a keeper — also went 2-for-2. Greece and Spain won 1 match each.

STANDINGS

TEAM WINS LOSSES TIES POINTS
 Egypt  2  0  0  6
 France  2  0  0  6
 Greece  1  1  0  3
 Spain  1 1  0  3
 Holland  0 2  0  0
 Nigeria  0  2  0  0

 

 

TEAMS

 

FRANCE (Red)
Gabe Baltierra (captain)
Emerson Anvari
Colin Corneck
Shane Dasbach
Vig Kareddy
Timmy Liles
Chris Martenson
Chris O’Dell
Teddy O’Kane
Zach Pulichino
Rory Steele
Jack Zeldes

EGYPT (White)
Vaughan Sealey (captain)
Carter Bassler
Oliver Bonner
Will Birch
Wilson Daniels
Ryan Fincher
Drew Halperin
Sam New
Brenden Price
Seth Sholes
Mo Tall
Josh Zhang

GREECE (Blue)
Lefty Penderakis (captain)
Surya Balaji
Josh Berman
Graham Barnes
Brad Cox
Spencer Daniels
Riley Lynch
Andres Marmelo
Alejandro Perez Elorza
Thomas Sandhaus
Austin Sholes
Enzo Valadares

HOLLAND (Orange)
Nick Ambrose (captain)
Josh Buckman
Rob Diorio
Jack Douglas
Matt Engler
Spencer Henske
Nicky Hoberman
Marco Inglada
Teddy Lawrence
Griff O’Neill
Patricio Perez Elorza
Aiden Rose

NIGERIA (Green)
Sam Liles (captain)
Joseph Crise
Josh DiDomenico
Jake Didner
Haran Eiger
Benny Feuer
Steven Frost
Kenji Goto
Mauricio Inglada
Sebastian Montellieu
Thomas Nealon
Callum Wisher

SPAIN (Yellow)
Ry Cohen (captain)
Luca Cocito
Kurt Dasbach
Nick DiMasi
John Kuehndorf
Brendan Lynch
Andrew Marshall
Patrick Østbye
Jake Porter
Daniel Reid
Kyle Rotolo
George Smit

 

SCHEDULE — ALL GAMES AT LONG LOTS — BE READY TO START AT 6:15 PM SHARP! — EVERYONE MUST BRING A BALL!

Wed., June 20: France-Holland; Egypt-Greece; Nigeria-Spain
Egypt-Nigeria; Greece-Holland; France-Spain

Wed., June 27: Greece-Nigeria; Holland-Spain; France-Egypt
Spain-Egypt; Nigeria-Holland; Greece-France

Wed., July 11:  Spain-Greece; Holland-Egypt; Nigeria-France
Egypt-Greece; France-Holland; Nigeria-Spain

Wed., July 18:  France-Spain; Egypt-Nigeria; Greece-Holland
Holland-Spain; Greece-Nigeria; France-Egypt

Wed., July 25:  Nigeria-Holland; Spain-Egypt; Greece-France
Nigeria-France; Spain-Greece; Holland-Egypt

Wed., August 1:  Semifinals and finals

 

RULES — All games at LONG LOTS — Be there ready to start at 6:15 pm sharp! — Everyone must bring a ball!

1)  20-minute halves, running time.  Approximately 5-10 minute halftime. Shin guards are mandatory.

2)  6-v-6 plus 1 keeper; if both teams agree, they can play 7-v-7 plus 1 keeper. Keepers may use their hands WITHIN REASONABLE AREAS.  Subs may enter on any out-of-bounds or dead ball; no subbing on the fly.

3)  No referees; call your own fouls. No penalty kicks. Watermelon Cup administrators* will be in attendance at all games, and may eject or ban players for egregious or repeated fouls.

4)  No offsides, though goal-hanging is severely discouraged. This is the Watermelon Cup; if you can’t play defense as well as offense, find another sport.

5)  3 points for a win; 1 for a tie.

6)  *Watermelon Cup administrators: Dan Woog, Kurt Dasbach. Yes, Dasbach plays. He’s a very fair guy. This isn’t the Supreme Court. Get over it.