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November 19, 2004
It was only a matter of time. They were just too good, too tough. Everyone said so. After one tough game in which the Crescenta Valley Under 12 girls' team showed their dominance, even the opposing coach had to praise their skill. "They're the best team in the league," he said, shaking his head. Now the word is official. After several hard fought games, the Crescenta Valley Soccer Club Girls' Under 12 team broke out of its long-held position in second place to grab the top spot.
SPORTS
June 24, 2005
Earlier this month, the US Soccer Club held its western regional competition in Las Vegas with three Flyers-AUSC Soccer Club teams dominating the competition. All three teams made it into the final rounds of their respective competitions, with two teams advancing and receiving invitations to the 2005 National Cup IV Finals (Region F-Premier) to be held in Orlando, Florida at the end of July. The Flyers-AUSC Boys Under 14 Team won the championship with a 3-1 victory over a strong Hawaii Bulls team.
SPORTS
August 18, 2006
The Los Angeles Futbol Club has a number of openings on several of its boys and girls teams for the upcoming fall season. For team information and practice schedules, visit the club's website at www.lafcsoccer.com . For additional information, contact either Rafa Moran, director of the boys program, at rafa.m@lafcsoccer.com or Teddy Chronopoulos, director of the girls program, at teddy.c@lafcsoccer.com . In addition, the club's girls under 18 team, which has competed in Coast Soccer League for a number of years, will begin league play in September in the Silver Elite South bracket.
NEWS
August 20, 2002
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club Under-13 girls' team advanced to the semifinals of the Santa Barbara Cup, which was played at UC Santa Barbara during the weekend. Goals by Nancy Avesyan and Stephanie Stumbaugh paved the way in a 2-2 pool-play contest against the Santa Clarita Magic on Saturday. CV -- which is coached by CV girls' varsity soccer mentor Reggie Rivas -- defeated the South Coast Storm of Laguna Hills, 2-0, on Saturday. Hannah Green assisted Avesyan on the first goal.
NEWS
July 30, 2002
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club under-13 girls' team, coached by CV High girls' soccer Coach Reggie Rivas, brought home their second consecutive white division championship at the 11th annual Claremont Stars Summer Classic Tournament held July 19-22. On July 22, CV defeated the So-Cal Gunners in the championship match, 3-0. Nancy Avesyan, Kim Carcich, and Candice Chessum all scored in the match. In the semifinal match earlier that day, a goal by Richelle Mascaro on a free kick was enough to defeat Pacific Soccer Club of Rancho Santa Margarita, 1-0. In the quarterfinals July 21, CV defeated Canyon Classic of Anaheim, 8-0. Hannah Green, Avesyan, and Carcich each scored a pair of goals.
SPORTS
November 25, 2005
The Crescenta Valley Girls' Under 13 team last year won its league in the silver bracket of the Coast Soccer League. As they moved into the silver elite bracket this season, they knew the competition would be increasing as they would play against the top teams in Southern California. After a grueling 14-game schedule, this talented group of athletes came in second place. They defeated some of the finest teams that can be found from Simi Valley to Alta Loma. The team is currently preparing for the League Cup and National Cup tournaments.
SPORTS
September 8, 2006
The Los Angeles Futbol Club (LAFC) Boys Under 16 Black team competed in the Santa Barbara Summer Cup tournament at UCSB Aug. 26-27 and brought home a championship trophy for the second straight tournament. The team remains undefeated in tournament play under the guidance of Head Coach Charles Martinez. The first game was a hard-fought victory over the Galaxy SC Palisades Rattlers, 1-0. The second game saw LAFC beat the Camarillo Eagles, 2-1, and the third game was a tough match against Apex Futbolistas with a final score of 2-0. The finals featured a rematch with the Rattlers.
SPORTS
December 12, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club U16 girl’s team completed a clean sweep of the Gold division of the Coast Soccer league this season. The team, coached by Reggie Rivas and Assistant Coach Randy Lilavois, won its final league game over Palmdale Thunder at CV high school over Thanksgiving weekend. The team was able to go 11-0 and topped many of the finest teams in the area. Following a stellar summer tournament schedule, in which it won five tournaments, it continued its winning ways by powering through the season undefeated.
SPORTS
October 28, 2004
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club U13 girls team began the second half of its season in fine fashion, winning two games this past weekend. On Saturday, the girls faced the Santa Clarita Valley Magic squad at Crescenta Valley High. Sissy Sovereign staked CV to an early lead, scoring in the eighth minute on the match. The U13s looked to close out the half with the lead, but Magic knotted the score at one-all with less than two minutes to go in the half. CV came out of the break aggressively with Paige O'Connor scoring a go-ahead goal just three minutes into the second period.
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December 12, 2008
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club U16 girl’s team completed a clean sweep of the Gold division of the Coast Soccer league this season. The team, coached by Reggie Rivas and Assistant Coach Randy Lilavois, won its final league game over Palmdale Thunder at CV high school over Thanksgiving weekend. The team was able to go 11-0 and topped many of the finest teams in the area. Following a stellar summer tournament schedule, in which it won five tournaments, it continued its winning ways by powering through the season undefeated.
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SPORTS
September 8, 2006
The Los Angeles Futbol Club (LAFC) Boys Under 16 Black team competed in the Santa Barbara Summer Cup tournament at UCSB Aug. 26-27 and brought home a championship trophy for the second straight tournament. The team remains undefeated in tournament play under the guidance of Head Coach Charles Martinez. The first game was a hard-fought victory over the Galaxy SC Palisades Rattlers, 1-0. The second game saw LAFC beat the Camarillo Eagles, 2-1, and the third game was a tough match against Apex Futbolistas with a final score of 2-0. The finals featured a rematch with the Rattlers.
SPORTS
August 18, 2006
The Los Angeles Futbol Club has a number of openings on several of its boys and girls teams for the upcoming fall season. For team information and practice schedules, visit the club's website at www.lafcsoccer.com . For additional information, contact either Rafa Moran, director of the boys program, at rafa.m@lafcsoccer.com or Teddy Chronopoulos, director of the girls program, at teddy.c@lafcsoccer.com . In addition, the club's girls under 18 team, which has competed in Coast Soccer League for a number of years, will begin league play in September in the Silver Elite South bracket.
SPORTS
May 12, 2006
  The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club's Girls Under 13 Team had a dominant regular season by finishing second in the Silver Elite League of the Coast Soccer League. The players followed this feat by advancing out of pool play in the prestigious National Cup against the most powerful teams in California. In their first tournament of the summer season, the girls won the highly competitive Samba Invitational. Play began against the strong Desert United Club. The team was spearheaded by a strong defensive effort from Whitney Cowell, Kelly Clark, Savannah Rhoads and Hallie White.
SPORTS
November 25, 2005
The Crescenta Valley Girls' Under 13 team last year won its league in the silver bracket of the Coast Soccer League. As they moved into the silver elite bracket this season, they knew the competition would be increasing as they would play against the top teams in Southern California. After a grueling 14-game schedule, this talented group of athletes came in second place. They defeated some of the finest teams that can be found from Simi Valley to Alta Loma. The team is currently preparing for the League Cup and National Cup tournaments.
NEWS
By: | September 28, 2005
SOCCER Coast Soccer League Girls under 9 The Irvine Lasers Girls Under-9 bronze west team put together two more wins in Coast Soccer League action. The Irvine Lasers defeated the Rancho Santa Margarita Soccer Club, 6-0. Brynn Motal who had three scores. Hailey Hite, Anna Chin and Katie Craig each scored goals. In their second game, the Lasers also beat the Fury Futbol Club from Aliso Viejo, 6-0. Emily Martinez scored twice. Brianna Westrup, Nicholle Frei, Brynn Motal and Karina Mickelson each scored goals in the Fury match.
SPORTS
September 2, 2005
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club has formed a new boys under 10 team. This year, the best young boys talent in the area are staying local. The club is expanding to offer the best coaching and training to boys who may have gone to other clubs in the past. The team is coached by Brett Vorster who has many years experience working with area youth. The team has been training and playing in tournaments throughout the summer. The coach said he is very impressed with the athleticism and development of the young team.
SPORTS
June 24, 2005
Earlier this month, the US Soccer Club held its western regional competition in Las Vegas with three Flyers-AUSC Soccer Club teams dominating the competition. All three teams made it into the final rounds of their respective competitions, with two teams advancing and receiving invitations to the 2005 National Cup IV Finals (Region F-Premier) to be held in Orlando, Florida at the end of July. The Flyers-AUSC Boys Under 14 Team won the championship with a 3-1 victory over a strong Hawaii Bulls team.
NEWS
June 18, 2005
Flyers-AUSC soccer wins big in Las Vegas This past weekend, the US Soccer Club held its Western Regional competition in Las Vegas with three Flyers-AUSC Soccer Club teams dominating the competition. All three teams made it into the final rounds of their respective competitions, with two teams advancing and receiving invitations to the 2005 National Cup IV Finals (Region F-Premier) to be held in Orlando, Fla. at the end of July. The Flyers-AUSC Boys' U14 team won the championship with a 3-1 victory over a strong Hawaii Bulls team.
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