Sunday, June 28, 2009

Club Team news . . .

Team news items from club soccer teams on the Central Coast:


4th July Parade

Templeton's 4th of July Parade-NCFC will show our community support by walking as a group in the parade with players wearing their uniforms.
Players are to bring a ball and wear their white uniforms. Parents and siblings are welcome to march behind the players to show support. The meeting time and location will be announced soon.


SLOSC Teams Have Strong Showing At Eagles Classic

June 14, 2009. San Luis Obispo Soccer Club traveled to the Eagles Premier SC Summer Classic June 13 & 14 competing in over 30 matches over the two day tournament held in Ventura and Camarillo. We traveled with 10 Teams (six girls and four boys teams) to the prestigious challenge cup.

Headlining the boys side was the U9 FIRE Red and head coach John Gaydos, going
3-0-1 and taking home the Silver Cup. The "Reds" got through on a semi final PK shootout, winning 1-0 (3-1 PKs) over Valley United and took the ensuing championship match with a hard fought 1-0 win vs Santa Clarita United.

Gabe Rojas got the match winner in the final. All-Tournament and Most Outstanding Player Honors went to Orion J Schwellenbach. Congratulations lads!

The boys U17 FIRE Black had a fantastic tournament run, surging to the championship match with a thrilling 1-0 win vs Arsenal and then losing to eventual champ Oxnard Wave 1-0 as the Wave (U18 Coast Premier) converted a free kick in the last five minutes of regulation. According to Head Coach Bobby Galarneau, "the boys played some fantastic futbol, with great shape and intensity!"

On the girls side, the U13 STORM Black were finalists in the Silver Division, going 2-0-1 en-route to the championship game, where they were bested by the Red Rockets SC. Helmed from the outset by head coach Dan Bryden and assistant Craig Winninghoff, the girls laced 13 tallies into the old onion sack! The STORMers were led by Midfielder Ellie Shields and Center Back Emma Hollister.

The girls U14 STORM Black, playing in their inaugural tournament, finished in third place at 2-2-0. Goalkeeper Mari Stewart was stellar throughout, and midfielders Brady Candaele & Christine Freberg led the attack.

A big congratulations goes out to all SLOSC teams competing in the 2009 Eagles Classic, playing with pride and a true commitment to attacking futbol. Others traveling included: GU9 STORM White, GU9 STORM Red, GU10 STORM Red, BU11 FIRE Black, BU14 FIRE Black, and GU17 STORM Black.

Coast Soccer Club

Coast Soccer Club has recently undergone a transition and will not longer exist as a club. All Coast teams have joined new organizations to continue their traditions and development.
G97 (girls U12) has now joined Madrid Premier SC.For information:
G96 and 95 (girls U13-14) have re-joined the Central Coast Condors SC. For information:
G94 (girls U15) has joined San Luis Obispo SC.For information:
G93 (girls U16) has joined Santa Barbara SC.For information:

Central Coast Condors Soccer Club

The Condors U-12 boys team is looking for a hardworking, committed keeper to play in this upcoming season. Click here to learn more, or call coach Dan Horn at 801-3906.

Coastal Valley Soccer Club

Chaos made it to the Round of 16 in State Cup and ended their season with a 34-7-2 record They are currently on a break

Madrid Premiere

Congratulations to Andrea Zinkowski from Madrid Premiere G90's. She will be attending Cal Poly SLO and playing soccer in the Women's Program in the Fall.

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