Youth soccer teams wrap season
October 2, 2008 · Updated 10:01 PM
Several Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association teams
recently completed their fall campaigns on a high note, recording late-season
North Bend resident Curtis Tipton coached two of the teams. He
reports his U-9 squad, the Fireballs,
"finished strong, going 6-0-1 in their final
seven games to finish the season with a 7-2-1 record. Thank you, boys, for all
the good times and thank you, parents, for your support throughout the season."
Coach Tipton had similar praise for his U-12 team, the Killer
Bees. "The Killer Bees completed league play with a 7-1 record," he
commented. "The girls won 13 of their final 14 games on the way to posting
a 14-3-1 overall record. Thank you, girls, for all the fun we had, and,
parents, for your help and support."
Another team of excellence during the fall series was the Bruisers,
a girl's U-9 team that notched a perfect record. According to coach
Wayne Falcon, the eight members of the squad "learned a lot. The season
went really well; we had a good season. We had fun had some close games
and had some blowouts."
He added the team hoped to stay together during the off season,
including a possible trip to soccer camp.
"Hopefully all the girls will be able to go, the whole team,"
Falcon concluded. "Some of the girls might also play indoor soccer."