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This past weekend we had our teams participating in the TOC for North Texas. We are so proud of all of them!
We had teams go to the semis
United Soccer Sisters!
Our Flames FC Girls wrapped up the Championship!
The FWYSA Flames won the CHAMPIONSHIP for the U14 Girls Division at the 2022 NTX Tournament of Champions.
After advancing through their Saturday bracket with 2 wins and a tie, they beat Allen by a score of 4-0 in the Semifinals.
Facing off against Hurst-Euless in the Finals, the Flames scored on a corner kick with less than 5 minutes left in regulation to capture a hard-fought 3-2 victory and claim the Championship.
Emotions finally boiled over and tears OF JOY flowed after the final whistle and a long very tense weekend, but they were incredibly proud to represent the City of Fort Worth!
The assistant coaches of the Flames and grateful parents and grandparents would like to recognize the efforts of Bubba Mckenzie. He has been the coach of the Flames for the past 4 years. Prior to coaching the Flames, Bubba coached numerous teams for the last 20 years. He has a tremendous passion for coaching youth soccer and has made a positive impact on countless numbers of kids and families with FWYSA. Congratulations to Coach Bubba for guiding the Flames to a TOC Championship and for all his years coaching FWYSA teams. He is a true difference-maker and a model coach for youth sports!
We are very proud of all these players who participated in the TOC. It is an honor for the U10GR Soccer Sister to be given the opportunity to represent Fort Worth Youth Soccer Association in this event. We were placed in a highly competitive bracket this TOC, we played games against some good teams throughout the tournament and were able to advance to the semi-finals. The girls had fun and played extremely hard but came up short losing 2 -1, in the semi-finals.
My U11 Boys Barcelona Dragons dominated the round-robin portion of the TOC. We scored 29 out of a possible 30 points on Saturday, with two shut-outs. We outscored our opponents 17-1. In the semi-final game, we outplayed the Forney Lions for 50 minutes, but they scored on a long rainbow kick that snuck behind our goalkeeper, and the Forney goalie managed to block several shots on goal. We lost the semifinal 1-0.
The TOC rounded out a great season for the Dragons. We went undefeated in regular season play for the first time and we won the inaugural Benbrook Fall Classic tournament.
Alexis Dujan Barcelona Dragons, U11 Boys
We have had a few break-ins this weekend please make sure you put all valuables out of sight. The thieves are looking for things left out and also if they see a woman without a purse they go back to their car and look. We have contacted the police and asked for more drive-thrus but it starts with being smart HIDE them away!
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ALL tents must use sandbags to anchor them. Peg stakes have cut electrical lines to our sprinklers. We cannot replace them at the rate at which they are being cut.
Unfortunately, we are needing this to be adhered to right away as we have already occurred quite an expensive repair bill along with water leakage if a tent on your field has pegs there will be a team fine of $25 that must be paid by the next game. The tent's legs will be spot inspected to assure compliance.
Diane Swanson, Fields and Facilities Director
Thank you ALL for your cooperation!
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