Saturday, February 28, 2015

U18G / U18 Girls youth soccer in Region 1

Very competitive, highly talented and looking ahead to college play possibilities.

These young women have played competitive soccer for 10 years or more.

It's make it or break it time.

Go for it.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's amusing how the button-pushers just can't get anyone to take their bait anymore. Two or three years ago we would have launched into a multi-page full flame war disparaging roughly half of the elite teams in the region (and their coaches). Have people finally wised up or is it that this forum is now largely considered irrelevant?

Either way, it's perhaps instructive to see that the top teams of U14 and U15 are for the most part still the top teams at U17--they've continued their winning ways, they have gotten/are getting their players recruited, and the naysayers have mostly faded into the background.

Kudos to the teams that have demonstrated consistent success over the years; your sustained excellence is to be commended--thanks for your representing the region well.

Anonymous said...

as it all comes to an end I like to extend a clap to the following teams. they have showed great talent, achievement and competition throughout. i wish the girls the best of luck wheter its this year or next in college. coaches you done a wonderful job and i am proud to have my daughter compete against your teams.

NOT IN RANKING ORDER!

BEADLING
FC BUCKS
FC VIRGINA
FC MARYLAND
MONTGOMERY
NJ STALLIONS
OAKWOOD
PDA
STARS OF MASS
SYRACUSE

Anonymous said...

Good Luck Tomorrow Arsenal

Anonymous said...

FC Europa adds four players known for quitting, getting coaches fired, and blowing teams up! Good luck with #2, #7, #10, and #11.

Anonymous said...

Well looks like Winslow Tigers U17 merged with Princeton SA per soccer wire.

Anonymous said...

FC Europa...why would you do that to your team? # 10 and her mom are nightmares!!! I think they are on their 12th team for crying out loud?!?!