Seattle Cup Tourney: Cascade FC B96 boys take championship

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The Cascade FC  U-16 Boys Soccer Team recently won the championship for their age group at the 2012 Seattle Cup, which was held at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila. The tournament, hosted by Seattle United, one of Washington State’s largest soccer clubs, featured well over 200 highly competitive teams.

In the U-16 championship game, with the temperature approaching the mid to upper 90s on the pitch, Cascade faced off against a very strong Wenatchee Fire team. They played to a 0-0 draw, with the game being decided in a shootout, ultimately won by Cascade FC.

Pictured are, from left, front row, Matthew Cowan, Alec Hintzke, Ezekiel Kingery, Dan Kero, Bryan Bodnar, Cameron Heimbigner, Jesus Espinoza and Evan Betz; back row, head coach Dan Paczosa, assistant coach George Oord, Max Adamson, Alexander Vicars-Harris, Brandon Mowry, Bruce Corrie, Kyle Walsh, Mason McRae, Colton Oord, Jacob Turpin and assistant coach Ron Kero. Not pictured: Justin Klock.

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