Flint City Bucks win USL Two National Title

The Bucks won the USL League Two national soccer championship during their first season based on Flint Source: Flint City Bucks’ national title gives beleaguered city reason to be proud The Flint City Bucks certainly gave local folks a reason to be stand a bit taller Saturday night, when they beat Reading United FC to win the USL League Two championship with a 1-0 overtime victory before a season-high 7,198 fans at Atwood Stadium. Continue reading Flint City Bucks win USL Two National Title

WSU’s Weaver One to Watch

The Cougar senior was named to the 2019 MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. Source: Weaver One to Watch PULLMAN, Wash. – Coming off of a career year, senior Morgan Weaver put her name among the best in the nation as the Washington State star was named to the watch list for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, as announced Thursday. Weaver became the first Cougar in program history to be named to the preseason watch list. Continue reading WSU’s Weaver One to Watch

Rio Alcorta’s golazo voted 2019 Steelheads Goal of the Year

SMOKEY POINT, WA—The WWPL Champion Snohomish County FC Steelheads reveal today that Bothell native, Snohomish United national champion, Inglemoor High School alum and Pacific Lutheran University grad Rio Alcorta has won the online vote for Steelheads “Goal of the Year” for 2019. The final poll results show the overwhelming support for Alcorta’s May 18th 89th-minute match winner against Federal Way FC. It was a goal that won a match, ignited a team and propelled a season. Beyond that the play provided many of the elements fans love about soccer. A pass into an open space, a player making an intelligent … Continue reading Rio Alcorta’s golazo voted 2019 Steelheads Goal of the Year

After declining to follow footsteps of dad — M’s pitching coach Wes Stock — Jeff Stock joined Sounders and later owned Wild Waves

Jeff Stock picked the Sounders over a scholarship offer from UCLA. Now, he puts some of the same skills to use running his coffee-roasting business. Source: After declining to follow footsteps of dad — M’s pitching coach Wes Stock — Jeff Stock joined Sounders and later owned Wild Waves Continue reading After declining to follow footsteps of dad — M’s pitching coach Wes Stock — Jeff Stock joined Sounders and later owned Wild Waves

Skagit Valley Herald Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year: Brendan Woods

On the soccer field, Sedro-Woolley’s Brendan Woods may not be the biggest or fastest player. Source: Skagit Valley Herald Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year: Brendan Woods What he is is efficient, calculating and, maybe most of all, a team player. For his efforts on the field this season, Woods is the Skagit Valley Herald Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year. Continue reading Skagit Valley Herald Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year: Brendan Woods

Frausto, Gomez and Palma to play for Skagit Valley College

SUNNYSIDE — SHS seniors Antonio Frausto, Diego Gomez and Enrique Palma, bound together by an on-field brotherhood pledge, will remain united in their collegiate pursuits as they signed their letters of intent to play NWAC soccer at Skagit Valley Community College. Source: Frausto, Gomez and Palma to play for Skagit Valley College Continue reading Frausto, Gomez and Palma to play for Skagit Valley College

MASL announces 17-team league for 2019-20 season

KANSAS CITY (July 19, 2019) – With only 126 days until the start of the 2019-2020 Regular Season, the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) announced the roster of teams who will compete for the chance to hold up the Ron Newman Cup Trophy. The 2019-2020 season will see 17 teams compete for the chance to lift the Ron Newman Cup in April 2020. These teams will be split into two tables, an Eastern Conference and Western Conference. This season will feature two teams who did not compete in the last campaign. The Mesquite Outlaws will make their MASL debut this fall, … Continue reading MASL announces 17-team league for 2019-20 season

Prep Girls Soccer: W.F. West Captures Battle on the Blacktop Title

TENINO — The Beavers played host to six teams throughout the weekend and were able to reach the championship game, but it was W.F. West with a 1-0 win against the Beavers that took the Battle on the Blacktop prep girls soccer tournament. Source: Prep Girls Soccer: W.F. West Captures Battle on the Blacktop Title Continue reading Prep Girls Soccer: W.F. West Captures Battle on the Blacktop Title

Steelheads stick with tradition: Gold Star and Champagne Showers

SMOKEY POINT, WA— The Western Washington Premier League 2019 Championship trophy is on the way. Player awards and medals are being sorted. The presentation will be public and will come at a later date. Source: Steelheads stick with tradition: Gold Star and Champagne Showers For now though, the Snohomish County FC Steelheads are still buzzing from winning the league, and they are sticking with world football tradition along the way as they honor and celebrate their accomplishments. Continue reading Steelheads stick with tradition: Gold Star and Champagne Showers

4 of top 6 clubs were new to WWPL in 2019; talent infusion boosts level of play

The Western Washington Premier League (WWPL) expanded from 7 clubs in 2018 to 11 in 2019. In total 5 new clubs (Centralia side Twin City Union withdrew after 2018) came into the league this year… Source: 4 of top 6 clubs were new to WWPL in 2019; talent infusion boosts level of play Continue reading 4 of top 6 clubs were new to WWPL in 2019; talent infusion boosts level of play