Yavapai Soccer League boys U14 team won the Mile High Classic Tournament in Prescott with a tournament record of 3 wins and 1 tie, and outscoring opponents 19-2.
They entered the final game of the tourney needing two goals and a shut-out and came away with a 4-0 win. This has been a great season for this team and they will begin play next season in the AYSA Port of Subs League at U15.
Tryouts for the team will be June 29 at 9 a.m. at Mountain Valley Park in Prescott Valley. Visit www.yavapaisoccer.com for more information.
Featured in the photo: Coaches Mike Green, far left, and Craig Hacker, far right; back row, left to right: Chris Sterling, Evan Villar, Jose Meijia, Josh Castro, Cody Hacker, Brandon Fischer, Miguel Alvarez; front row: Joffrey Hammit, Steven Castro, Toby Edelstein, Garret Minarik, Shuler Cohan, Ricky Ayala, Nick Othon.
Click here to read the article in the Prescott Valley Tribune.
The annual Yavapai Cup soccer tournament for boys took place April 5-7, 2013, while the girls’ tourney was April 12-14, at 17 fields in Prescott Valley, Prescott and Chino Valley. More than 185 teams, with clubs for ages 7-18, registered, and brought 5,000 people to the quad-city area with an estimated economic impact of $3.5 milllion over the two weekends
Shown here are the local Yavapai Soccer U14 boys and U8 girls.
Yavapai U8 Malia Green controls the soccer ball as teammate Felicity Cohan moves in to help at Mountain Valley Park in Prescott Valley on April 14 during the Yavapai Cup soccer girls’ tournament.
Yavapai Roughriders U14 goalkeeper Joshua Castro winds up to send the soccer ball to a teammate during the Yavapai Cup boys’ soccer tournament April 7. The game ended in 1-1 tie with the Sonora Force. The Roughriders placed second in their bracket.
… Click here to read the published Prescott Valley Tribune article
Competitive Select Tryouts:
May 4 ● 9am to 12 ● Mountain Valley Park Pavilion, Prescott Valley
$100 Gift Card Drawing – sponsored by Arizona Dreams Gymnastics
Park Clean-Up by Yavapai Soccer as Community Give-back (12-2)
All players are welcome! – space may be limited
Competitive Select advanced training is provided by certified & experienced coaches.
Why play competitive?
- Learn good habits,
- college scholarship opportunities.
For ages U10 and up. Registration fees apply.