U12 Girls lead by head coach Kim Martine had a great showing at in region cup this year. The Eagles advanced past the first round with a 6-3 win a 3-3 draw and a 2-3 loss. The Girls pressed on to the second round. After a very hard fought loss against Maitland the girls faced two more giants, FC America and Florida Rush but overall the girls made the second round and we are very proud of their accomplishment.
U16 Girls lead by head coach BJ Fletcher and assistant coach Sean Hatton played here in town at Veterans Park. The girls came out swinging against Rockledge and scored and early goal, unfortunately Rockledge put in a late goal gave an end result of 1 to 1. The girls then faced Creeks white and after a valiant effort lost 2 nil. Great Job Ladies!
U19 Girls lead by head coach Mike Giannini and assistant coach Glen Moule had a great weekend. The Girls played four games against some great competition. They won their first 4-0 against Hunters Creek, Lost to a very talented Satellite Beach 1-0, Beat Florida Soccer Alliance 1-0 and finally beat St. Cloud 3-0. The eagles tallied 3 shut out’s, thanks to keeper Darby Dame. Girls advance to the Region Finals on March 31 at 1:30 pm against Space Coast United at Clay County Soccer Club. Come out and Support.
U15 Boys lead by head coach Jonathan Castano breezed through the first round of region cup and won three games in a row, scoring a total of 12 goals, much of which was spearheaded by Juan Soriano-Vazquez. Into the challenge round the boys performed admirably. They had a very exciting tie in the first game against the Jaguars 2-2. Into the next game they faced a slightly bigger opponent and played very well but let their guard down for a few moments and Port Orange was able to capitalize, the boys unfortunately lost. With the brackets being how they were the last game turned out to be a consolation game but the boys treated it as if it were a championship. They fought hard to beat FC America 2-1 and went home with grins on their faces. Great job boys!
U16 Boys lead by coach Mike Giannini put on a great defensive showing in Palm Bay during the first round. The Boys kept every score low over the weekend. In the first game they tied 1-1 against Lake County; next they beat Satellite Beach 2-1, and then unfortunately lost 3-0 to Creeks. Boys came in 3rd in their group and unfortunately did not advance. Great effort Boys!
U17 Boys headed by Coach Patrick O’Brien, a new member of our club, dominated the competition in the first round of regions. The boys rolled over all three opponents starting with a 3-1 win over Titusville, a 4-3 win over 2011 region b cup champions Greater Osceola, and wrapped it up with a 2-0 win over Kyx. Leading goal scorer for the tournament was Danial Stone with 4 goals in two games, he wasn’t able to play in the third due to an injury. Other notable mentions were Sebastian Aristizabal with 2 goals, Cyril Ewalu tallied one goal and 5 assists, Aaron Simms with 1 goal great defensive play from the center of the park and Jonathan Mejia with incredible wide play to create many goals and scoring one himself. The Boys will face Space Coast United on March 31 at 11:00am for the semi finals at Clay County, come out and show your support. Great job gentlemen!
U19 Boys lead by coach Terry Durden had an excellent showing in the first round. The first game was the boys hardest; they played very strong First Coast Kyx team. They went down 1 nil in first half but with some excellent attacking play the boys scored a goal to tie the game 1-1 which was the final score. With god momentum the boys faced Belleview and with a solid showing despite only having 11 players due to injury and sickness turned out a 2-1 victory with John Ingham scoring both goals. The last game was a must win for the boys and Westside did not disappoint scoring 8 goals against Space Coast United and with an 8-0 win the boys will advance to the finals to play the Fury on March 31 at 4:00pm at Clay County. John Ingham Was the leading goal scorer with 6 goals on the weekend. Other notable mentions was john Neloms with a hand full of goals, Luis Espinoza with 6 assists, Cody Shultz with amazing defensive work from center back followed with one goal from a corner kick whipped past the keeper, Tony Fiore with one shutout and only two goals scored against, Luke Cantin at Center Back with many key tackles and great distribution and Zach Durden with great work in the last game scoring 3 goals. Come out to Clay, and support Westside in their next round.