'Soccer In Your Area' February 2010 - Issue 2 : Page 19
DADE COUNTY DORAL SOCCER CLUB The primary purpose of DSC is to develop, promote and administer both a recreational and competitive soccer programs primarily for the youth in the com‐ munities of Doral and surrounding areas. DSC was designed to provide a sound foundation for athletic and personal growth while having FUN! DSC aims to provide the "Fair Play" theory, giving the opportunity for players of all levels, age and ability a chance to play the game in an environment where everyone learns self‐respect and respect for others. KENDALL HAMMOCKS LIGHTNING SOCCER CLUB U11 Girls Win 1st Place at Kelme Cup in Naples The 2009‐10, U11 Girls team defied freezing condi tions to win 1st place in Naples at the Soccer Skills Unlimited Kelme Cup. U11 Girls Win 1st Place at Kelme Cup in Naples The 2009‐10, U11 Girls team defied freezing condi tions to win 1st place in Naples at the Soccer Skills Unlimi ted Kelme Cup U10 Girls Win 1st Place at 23rd Annual Plantation Thanks‐ giving Classic.. The 2009‐10, U10 Girls team went undefeated for 5 games at the tournament to take first place. U10 Boys Travel Team Earns Second Place The 2009‐10 U10 Boys team took second place at the Soc‐ cer Skills Unlimited Boca Raton Tournament KENDALL COALITION SOCCER CLUB January 14, 2010 – Kendall SC’s U9B Blue swept through the Silver‐2 group to win the inaugural Soccer Skills Unlimited Naples Tournament with an unblemished 4‐0 record. Close on their heels were the U14B White who reached the Gold group Final only to come up short in a penalty kicks shootout. By the time the U9B Blue reached their last match, the outcome seemed almost prede‐ termined. They had scored three consecutive wins ‐ each by at least two goals – over Grey Ghosts (4‐1), Pinecrest Premier White (7‐2), and West Pines United (4‐2), the team they would meet in the Final. The boys left no room for chance in the re‐match, scoring another 3‐1 victory that left coach Pablo Podgaetz smiling along with 10 very happy youngsters. Meanwhile, the U14B White saw their hopes for a second consecutive championship come up short by the narrowest of mar‐ gins. After advancing to the elimination round based on a 5‐1 win over Suncoast Spartans Orange and a 2‐2 tie versus last year’s State Cup quarterfinalist Kraze Academy‐McAvoy, Luis Hernandez’ boys earned a trip to the final with a solid 3‐1 victory over Tarpon FC. They faced the until‐then unde‐ feated Palm Harbor Elite and took them the distance, finishing regulation and overtime with a 1‐1 score. The ball didn’t roll Kendall SC’s way in the penalty kicks round, but nonetheless the team felt very proud for its accomplishment. Also participating in the tournament were the U12G White, who had a solid perform‐ ance, winning their first two matches in the Gold group against Bonita Storm (3‐1) and Sebastian United (2‐1), before dropping a heartbreaker to Pinecrest Premier 0‐1. The U10B Blue faced a tough road in the U10B Silver group, dropping decisions to Weston FC Barcelona, Naples Sharks, and Key Biscayne Milan. ‘Soccer In Your Area’ E‐Magazine ‐ February 2010 19.