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Welcome to the Simsbury Soccer Club

The Simsbury Soccer Club (SSC) exists to promote players’ appreciation of soccer, to develop players’ skills necessary for team play, to provide equal opportunity for the development of individual players, and to accommodate every Simsbury youth who wants to play, regardless of ability level.

 

The SSC philosophy stresses the development of players’ physical fitness and fundamental soccer skills, but equal emphasis is placed on good sportsmanship, building lasting friendships, and the sheer fun of participation.

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STORM CHASERS WIN STATE CUP!!
06/20/2016
The U14 Storm Chasers won the State Cup with an exciting 4-1 win...
2016-2017 U9 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U9 GIRLS   Head Coach: TBD   Barr Allana Burkett Lauren Ellas Emily Girard Addison Goff Gianna Hallum Jamison Hemmerich Madline Kirk Ellie Kowal Sarah Maturo Maddison Meyer Siobhan Mazur Emma Mendez Mckenna Nimchek Clara Perillo Parker Phunsawat Aomsin Querin Alexa Riordan Brenna Schuck Molly Schuck Lucy Scroggins Keira Strollis Tessa Tetreault Grace Zapp Hallie
2016-2017 U14 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U14 Boys A   Head...
2016-2017 U15 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U15 BOYS A   Head...
2016-2017 U13 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U13...
2016-2017 U12 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U12 GIRLS A   Head...
2016-2017 U14/15 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U14/15 GIRLS A   Head...
2016-2017 U13 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U13 GIRLS A   Head...
2016-2017 U12 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U12 BOYS A   Head...
2016-2017 U11 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U11 GIRLS A   Head...
2016-2017 U11 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U11 BOYS A   Head...
2016-2017 U10 Girls Travel
06/19/2016
U10 GIRLS A   Head...
2016-2017 U10 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U10 BOYS A   Head...
2016-2017 U9 Boys Travel
06/19/2016
U9 BOYS   Head Coach:...
STORM CHASERS WIN AVON MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT
05/30/2016
The U14 Storm Chasers won the Avon Memorial Day Tournament, posting...
U14 STORM CHASERS WIN GLASTONBURY HARTWELL TOURNAMENT!
05/09/2016
On April 30th and May 1st, the Simsbury Storm Chasers U14 girls won...
New Heading & Concussion Guidelines
04/02/2016
New Heading & Concussion Guidelines CJSA has adopted the...
New Heat Guidelines
04/02/2016
New Heat Guidelines U.S. Soccer Federation Youth Soccer...
U13 FUSION WIN STATE CUP!!
11/09/2015
Congratulations to the U13 Fusion team for winning the Fall State...
U11 SPARTANS Win Labor Day Tourney!
09/14/2015
Congratulations to the Simsbury Spartans, for finishing first in...
 
STORM CHASERS WIN STATE CUP!!

The U14 Storm Chasers won the State Cup with an exciting 4-1 win over Burlington, completing a 23-0-3 season in which the girls outscored their competition 81-10.  The coaches and players would like to extend a special thanks to the family members, friends and SSC supporters who came to cheer us on in the Cup Finals!

U14 Storm Chasers won the State Cup with an exciting 4-1 win over
Burlington, completing a 23-0-3 season in which the girls outscored their
competition 81-10. The coaches and players would like to extend a special thanks
to their family members, friends, and SSC supporters who came to cheer us on in
the Cup Finals
U14 Storm Chasers won the State Cup with an exciting 4-1 win over
Burlington, completing a 23-0-3 season in which the girls outscored their
competition 81-10. The coaches and players would like to extend a special thanks
to their family members, friends, and SSC supporters who came to cheer us on in
the Cup Finals

by SSC posted 06/20/2016
2016-2017 U9 Girls Travel
U9 GIRLS  
Head Coach: TBD  
Barr Allana
Burkett Lauren
Ellas Emily
Girard Addison
Goff Gianna
Hallum Jamison
Hemmerich Madline
Kirk Ellie
Kowal Sarah
Maturo Maddison
Meyer Siobhan
Mazur Emma
Mendez Mckenna
Nimchek Clara
Perillo Parker
Phunsawat Aomsin
Querin Alexa
Riordan Brenna
Schuck Molly
Schuck Lucy
Scroggins Keira
Strollis Tessa
Tetreault Grace
Zapp Hallie

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U14 Boys Travel
U14 Boys A  
Head Coach: Beizer  
Adams Konner
Beerbower James
Beizer Nate
Berckemeyer William
Christian Marcel
DiMascio Cael
Donegan Tyler
Griffiths Gavin
Hoang Jonathan
Isakoff William
Kuczorski Maximillian
Maher Liam
Moody Jonathan
Nguyen Tyler
Prentiss Jonah
Raposo Benjamin
Rogers Jack
Snider Elijah
   
U14 Boys B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Aldrich Connor
Atasoy Atahan
DiMascio Grey
Gutsfeld Tyler
Laubscher Ryan
Lemus Emilio
Lepak Joseph
Leshem Aj
Montesi Jack
Paterson Kyle
Rivera Benjamin
Rohrer Carson
Tarca Ben
Wadsworth Hunter
Wilfinger Aidan
Williams Jack
Zea Nicholas

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U15 Boys Travel
U15 BOYS A  
Head Coach: McCullough  
Glick Gus
Kuhrt Riley
Livingston Aaron
Livingston Elijah
Maher Patrick
Manderlink James
Marquis Griffin
Matyczyk Jackson
McCullough Kyle
Melanson Connor
Mulligan Colin
O'Connor Daniel
Pane Jack
Papagelis Jeffrey
Pearlman Alexander
Savino Nicholas
Schmitz Will
Shapiro Nate
Willison Keenan
   
U15 BOYS B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Boyko Carson
Brugnetti Aiden
Caselli Andrew
Cedeno Andres
Celis Nicholas
Diaz Rafael Daniel
Eddy Connor
Muthana Abdullah
Muthana Ahmed
Pennington Noah
Rowe Carter
Sipes Ian
Smarrelli Michael
Whetham Matthew
Winschel Ryan
Ye Edward

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U13 Boys Travel
U13 BOYS A  
Head Coach: Luciani  
Barry Eamonn
Dacey Matthew
Derick Brody
Hamilton Gregory
Heagney Quinn
Hillman Ryley
Hoffman Ryan
Jadovich Tanner
Kokines Christopher
Luciani Benjamin
Marchetti Giovanni
Moriarty Braden
Naspo Connor
Pepper Alex
Savarese Nicholas
Shackleton Dominic
Sullivan Daniel
Youmans Nathan
   
U13 BOYS B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Cirikovic Mensur
Civitillo Blaine
Dahlin Martin
Drake Connor
Fabian Benjamin
Ferreira Zachary
Lacendonia Jadrien
Lill Riley
Nelson Parker
O'Sullivan Edward
Schulz Mason
Sinatro Tyler
Vlach Andrew
Zapp Michael

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U12 Girls Travel
U12 GIRLS A  
Head Coach: Willison  
Albani Cecilia
Antonetti Emily
Bailey-Gates Brynn
Berling Margaret
Cournoyer Lilian
Coutinho Ava
DiFatta Riley
Duran Sofia
Evans Emily
Gallagher Amanda
Lepak Kathleen
Lombardi Samantha
Moretta Sophie
Papagelis Kayleigh
Rogers Amelia
Valerio Ava
Watson Kaitlyn
Wilcox Claire
Willison Reece
   
U12 GIRLS B  
Head Coach: Shea  
Batchelar Kate
Behling Aubrey
Brenner Charlotte
Brown Evie
Chykirda Natalie
Daly Rylie
deGroot Madison
Diaz-Matos Rebecca
Dillon Tylar
Guerrero Melissa
Gutsfeld Kelly
LeFleur Kate
McCann Mattie
Meile Angelia
Pulley Emma
Rybczyk Meaghan
Shea Mira
Tennant Libby

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U14/15 Girls Travel
U14/15 GIRLS A  
Head Coach: Zeilman  
Bautista Julia
Berckemeyer Isabel
Bonk Audrey
Casale Devon
Dandini Kaitlin
DiFatta Hayden
Feingold Amy
Halligan Samantha
Harper Erin
Jacobson Isabel
Jano Rachel
Kopper Morgan
Lefranc Beatrice
Luciani Claudia
McElroy Mary
Perlitz Katherine
Rovalino Daniela
Sullivan Kate
White Madison
Zeilman Shannon
   
U14/15 GIRLS B  
Head Coach: Moretta  
Antidormi Olivia
Burkett Meghan
Coutinho Olivia
Drees Allie
Dumont Asheigh
Francis Abigail
Gallagher Melissa
Jimenez Nicole
Kolb Emma
Lawry Sarah
Markelon Emily
May Olivia
McCusker Carly
McDermott Heather
Mogck Tatum
Mohsin Alizeh
Moretta Abby
Ouellette Mia
Sennott Elizabeth
Serra Kathelyn
Shiman Madeleine

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U13 Girls Travel
U13 GIRLS A  
Head Coach: Schuler  
Brooke Madeline
Bruno Kaitlyn
Chapman Mackenzie
de Kamper Samantha
Goff Alexa
Helitzer Gretchen
Manderlink Kate
Marcktell Sofia
McMillan Margaret
Nelson Sofia
Pace Cate
Page Alyssa
Peterson Alexandra
Pusch Jillian
Schuler Hannah
Steele Clara
   
U13 GIRLS B  
Head Coach: Witkin  
Bourque Natalie
Bullen Addyson
Dempsey Amory
Derway Charlotte
Francis Kaia
Helitzer Kirsten
Howell Amie
Monson Emily
Naughton Molly
Rabinowitz Hannah
Rodriguez Samantha
Rubin Molly
Sabia Lauren
Walsh Meghan
Walsh Molly
Wilson Harper
Witkin Payton

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U12 Boys Travel
U12 BOYS A  
Head Coach: Berger  
Aguilar Samuel
Berger Maximilian
Cohen Jacob
Dacey Drew
Donohue Ryan
Franklin Tommy
Gould Ezra
Groom Ciaran
Isakoff Jake
Kuhrt Sawyer
Leshem Ethan
O'Brien Aidan
Patterson Gabriel
Pearlman Thomas
Steele James
Vincent Adam
Westhaver Andrew
Williams Luke
   
U12 BOYS B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Angelo Austin
Collies Spencer
Connolly Declan
Connolly Kiernan
Diviney Andrew
Goldberg Michael
Gwinn Wyatt
Humphreys Thomas
Kowal Andrew
Matteo Vincent
McCusker William
Morrow CJ
O'Brien Matty
Park Gabe
Schroder Jonas
Serra Paul
Smarrelli Christopher
Winkler Kevin

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U11 Girls Travel
U11 GIRLS A  
Head Coach: O'Sullivan  
Aldrich Amanda
Burkett Katelyn
Connelly Madeline
Coyle Sophie
Francis Olivia
Jarvis Olivia
Lepak Claire
Moody Parker
O'Conner Meaghan
O'Sullivan Vivi
Rodner Grace
Segar Delainey
Shiman Ava
Sirianni Venezia
   
U11 GIRLS B  
Head Coach: Luzietti  
Christensen Riley
Collies Lily
Gooch Lilla
Janusz Eliana
Kodak Josiane
Luzietti Sophia
Marchetti Cristina
Nagle Bridget
Palani Deepa
Papale Lauren
Ruzsbatzky Cameron
Sinatro Madison
Uanino Melinda
Whalen Frances

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U11 Boys Travel
U11 BOYS A  
Head Coach: Dransfield  
Anastasio Reid
Bush Robert
Bush Jacob
DeVivo Griffin
Dransfield Henry
Gaglioti Nathaniel
Kerwin Andrew
Manderlink Andrew
Matyczyk Patrick
Ouellette Aidan
Post David
Potter Marshall
Pylypiv Lucas
Santer Charlie
Winschel Adam
   
U11 BOYS B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Ayers Charles
Boyko Grayden
Croke Edward
Dumont Cooper
Herbek Noah
Kelley Colin
Marcktell Lorenzo
Merriman Hemmie
Montesi Luke
Myers Gavin
Ochs Noah
Orosz Andrew
Parr Alec
Perdikis Gianni
Swan Cameron

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U10 Girls Travel
U10 GIRLS A  
Head Coach: Garlick  
Barry Cloudagh
Battistoni Julia
Canning Ava
Conway Sadie
Di Fatta Logan
Grigg Nora
Hamel Jenna
Jacobs Grace
King Olivia
McMahon Brighton
Perry Maura
Roberts Charlotte
Shackleton Beatrix
Walsh Nora
Wilson Abby
   
U10 GIRLS B  
Head Coach: Rutherford  
Breslav Caroline
Cirilli Mia
Fish Avery
Francis Madeline
Graham Amara
Lombardi Melanie
Loo Morgon
McCann Ava
Meile Shae
Pirrello Eve
Rutherford Avery
Stillman Kylie
Stockwelll Anna
Tranter Sadie
Wallace Madelyn
Wilcox Julia

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U10 Boys Travel
U10 BOYS A  
Head Coach: Peterson  
Calitri Caleb
Chopra Adittya
Flaherty Matthew
Flowers Luke
Gills Will
Goodwin Ryan
Griffiths Declan
Harris Elijah
Hodgson Alex
Howell Benjamin
Kagel-Berry Eli
Luciani Nico
Peterson Nathaniel
Zang Raymond
   
U10 BOYS B  
Head Coach: TBD  
Angelo Evan
Butler Shane
Grady Aiden
Harris Evan
Johnson Ethan
Lukowicz Owen
Mogck Declan
Paradise Gavin
Petron Zachary
Ponpa Nickolas
Rees Alex
Winschel Lucas
Zematis Elijah

by posted 06/19/2016
2016-2017 U9 Boys Travel
U9 BOYS  
Head Coach: TBD  
Atherton Mateo
Bates Ryan
Beaulieu Timothy
David Micah
Diaz-Matos Adam
Gorecki Gavin
Hernandez Christoper
Humes Griffin
Kroil Landon
Lafleur Charlie
Lattanzi Blake
Martins Lucas
Matteo Nicholas
Meyer Ryan
Naspo Brady
Parise Liam
Paveglio Adam
Pendergrast Nolan
Quinn Ethan
Rodenbusch Max
Sellitto Jaidan
Shiman Joey
Turrell Lincoln
Watson Matthew

by posted 06/19/2016
STORM CHASERS WIN AVON MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

The U14 Storm Chasers won the Avon Memorial Day Tournament, posting a 5-0 record with a 13-0 goal differential. The coaches and players would like to thank all of the family members for tremendous support in our last tournament together!


by SSC posted 05/30/2016
U14 STORM CHASERS WIN GLASTONBURY HARTWELL TOURNAMENT!

On April 30th and May 1st, the Simsbury Storm Chasers U14 girls won the Glastonbury Hartwell Tournament, going 4-0 and posting a 12-1 goal differential.


by SSC posted 05/09/2016
New Heading & Concussion Guidelines

New Heading & Concussion Guidelines

CJSA has adopted the US Soccer and US Youth Soccer recommendations regarding heading and the protocol for suspected concussions. Compliance is mandatory for all CJSA members for all activities where CJSA insurance applies effective April 1, 2016 and strongly recommended to be applied immediately. This means that:

Heading Restrictions

Players who are 10 and younger:

 

  • No player who is 10 or younger may deliberately head the ball, regardless of the age group of the team they are playing on. This includes all activities where CJSA insurance applies, such as practices, scrimmages, and competitions at all levels.
  • No player on a U11 team or a combined team including the U11 Age Group, (e.g. U11/12), even if the player has turned 11, may head the ball deliberately.

 

This restriction will be enforced in competitions for teams U11 and younger (including combined age brackets including U11 and younger) by award of an indirect free kick for the opposing team. Coaches and parents are responsible for applying this restriction for players who are 10 or younger and playing up.

 

Players who are 11-13:

 

  • Players who are age 11 to 13 and on teams for age groups U12 and older, are restricted to up to 30 minutes of practice heading the ball per week. There is no restriction on the number of times these players can head the ball in a competition, unless the team is competing in a combined bracket that includes U11.

Concussion Guidelines

The Simsbury Soccer Club has created a Concussion Awareness page on the Club’s Website.  The Concussion Awareness page that is based on Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidance.  The page contains sections on how to recognize a concussion and concussion facts for coaches, parents and players.  The Club encourages everyone to read and become familiar with the concussion page.  Below are new concussion protocols from CJSA: 

 

CJSA Concussion Protocol

 

Where a Health Care Professional (HCP) is Present at a Game or Practice

 

  • Any player who sustains a significant blow to the head or body, who complains about or is exhibiting symptoms consistent with having suffered a concussion or is otherwise suspected of having sustained a concussion, must be evaluated on the sideline by an on-site HCP engaged in this capacity for the competition who will perform applicable testing.
  • Any player suspected of suffering a concussion will not be allowed to return to play until he or she is cleared by the HCP. Coaches, parents/guardians or players may not overrule the HCP.
  • If a coach seeks to allow a player to re-enter a game who has been removed from a game for a concussion assessment and who has not been cleared to return to play by the on-site HCP, the referee shall issue a warning to the coach. If a coach persists in seeking to allow such player to re-enter the game after having been issued a warning, the referee may take other disciplinary measures against the coach as are permitted under the rules applicable to the competition.
  • Unless an HCP determined that the player has not suffered a concussion and clears the player to return to play, the player will not be permitted to return to practice or play until the player has successfully completed the return to play protocol and has been cleared to return to play by a Physician.

 

Where a Health Care Professional Engaged for the Event is Not Present at a Game or Practice

 

  • Where a HCP engaged for the event is not present at a game or practice, any player who sustains a significant blow to the head or body, who complains about or is exhibiting symptoms consistent with having suffered a concussion or is otherwise suspected of having sustained a concussion, must be removed from play and evaluated by an HCP before the player will be allowed to return to practice or play.
  • No coach shall permit a player who has been removed from a game for a concussion assessment to return to play until cleared to do so by an HCP.
  • If a coach seeks to allow a player to re-enter a game who has been removed from a game for a concussion assessment and who has not been cleared to return to play by the on-site HCP, the referee shall issue a warning to the coach. If a coach persists in seeking to allow such player to re-enter the game after having been issued a warning, the referee may take other disciplinary measures against the coach as are permitted under the rules applicable to the competition.
  • Unless an HCP determined that the player has not suffered a concussion and clears the player to return to play, the player will not be permitted to return to practice or play until the player has successfully completed the return to play protocol and has been cleared to return to play by a Physician.

 

Definition of Health Care Professional

 

Health Care Professional (HCP) are licensed professionals such as an Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) or Physician (MD/DO), with skills in emergency care, sports medicine injuries and experience related to concussion evaluation and management.

 

The Simsbury Soccer Club has not engaged a HCP to be at practices or games so when a player who sustains a significant blow to the head or body, who complains about or is exhibiting symptoms consistent with having suffered a concussion or is otherwise suspected of having sustained a concussion will be removed from the practice or game by the coach.  Once a player has been removed from play a player cannot return to play until they have been evaluated the player’s doctor or by an HCP and have written approval from the doctor or HCP to return to practice or play.


by posted 04/02/2016
New Heat Guidelines

New Heat Guidelines

U.S. Soccer Federation

Youth Soccer Heat Stress Guidelines

Quick Tips for Parents, Coaches and Young Athletes

 

Youth soccer participation is at an all-time high, with nearly 14 million young athletes under the age of 18 playing soccer at elite and recreational levels in the United States'. To alert parents, coaches and young athletes about the dangers of dehydration and help prevent heat illness among young athletes, the U.S. Soccer Federation offers the following recommendations to parents, coaches and young soccer players.

 

It is important these groups follow these recommendations in light of recent heat illness incidents across a variety of sports and because children are more susceptible to heat illness than adults when active in hot, humid conditions.

 

G.O.A.L.

 

To help make the recommendations easy to remember, the U.S. Soccer Federation has developed the acronym G.O.A.L., which stands for:

 

  • Get acclimated - bodies need time to gradually adapt to increased exposure to high temperatures and humidity (especially young athletes).
  • On schedule drinking- Youth athletes should be encouraged to drink on a schedule before they become thirsty, and should drink before, during and after practice and games.
  • Always bring a sports drink- replacing electrolytes and providing energy is crucial to keeping kids safe and performing at their best.
  • Leam the signs - if someone becomes unusually fatigued, dizzy, and nauseous or has a headache during exercise in the heat, have them stop, rest and drink fluids.

 

YOUTH FLUID GUIDELINES

 

Before Activity

  • Young players should be well hydrated
    • You can insure young athletes are properly hydrated by checking the color of their urine.
    • Dark, apple-juice like urine indicates that you need more fluid, whereas light, lemonade like urine indicates good hydration status.
  • During Activity
    • Drink early - even slight dehydration can compromise performance and increase the risk for heat-related illnesses.
    • Young players should consume 5 to 9 ounces of fluid every 20 minutes while active.
    • Sports drinks like Gatorade are preferred to water because research shows a young athlete will drink 90% more and stay better hydrated.
    • Fluids with salt (sodium chloride), such as sports drinks, are also beneficial because they increase thirst and maintain voluntary ftuid intake and help replace sodium lost through sweat.
    • Keeping beverages cool at temperatures of 50 to 59 degrees is recommended.

 

Fluids to Avoid During Practice or Games

  • During active occasions, carbonated beverages, such as soft drinks, can reduce voluntary drinking due to stomach fullness and throat burn when gulping.
  • Caffeinated beverages have a mild diuretic effect and therefore could promote dehydration by increasing urine production during active occasions.
  • Energy drinks should be avoided because many contain caffeine and have a high carbohydrate concentration, which slows fluid absorption.
  • Fruit juices can slow fluid absorption and cause upset stomach during activity.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SOCCER SAFETY IN THE HEAT

 

Acclimation is the Key

Help young players adjust to high temperatures and humidity by taking steps to acclimate them to the heat. Young athletes should have around 8 to 10 short exposures to the hotter conditions (at 45 to 60 minutes each) to acclimate sufficiently.

 

Avoid Unusually Hot Temperatures

If confronted with extreme temperature and humidity conditions, it's important to hold practices and games at cooler times in the day such as morning or dusk.

 

Make Fluids Part of the Game Plan

Before, during and after practice and games, be sure young athletes consume adequate amounts of fluid. Research shows a 6% carbohydrate sports drink, like Gatorade, can be absorbed as rapidly as water and can provide energy to help delay fatigue and improve performance.

 

Clothes Should be Cool

Children should wear clothing that is light-colored, lightweight and loose-fitting to keep cool.

 

Use the Shade

Parents and coaches should encourage young players to take breaks in shaded areas whenever possible especially during tournaments, multi-game and multi-practice days.

 

Know the Warning Signs of Dehydration

Dehydration during activity is a common problem and can place young athletes at risk for serious heat-related illness, such as heat exhaustion and heat stroke. That's why it's important to know the warning signs:

  • Noticeable Thirst • Headache
  • Decreased performance • Muscle cramping
  • Fatigue • Dark yellow urine (or no desire to urinate)
  • Weakness • Lightheaded feeling or dizziness
  • Nausea • Difficulty paying attention

 

If a young player becomes disoriented or unconscious, seek medical attention immediately.

 

Be Prepared for an Emergency

 

Always have a phone available and be familiar with emergency numbers. Keep ice and iced towels on hand in case of heat-related emergencies.


by posted 04/02/2016
U13 FUSION WIN STATE CUP!!

Congratulations to the U13 Fusion team for winning the Fall State Cup!  They beat Ridgefield, 2-0!


by posted 11/09/2015
U11 SPARTANS Win Labor Day Tourney!

Congratulations to the Simsbury Spartans, for finishing first in the 2015 Adidas Bernie Ward Labor Day Shootout – West Division!  Thanks from the team to all of the parents, grandparents, siblings and other fans who came out to cheer them on!


posted 09/14/2015
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