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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!
We got 6 awesome referee benches from Zachery Cook with Troop 95 in Benbrook as he completed his Eagle Scout Project and we are so glad he picked FWYSA as they are beautiful and our referees will be so thankful to have a nice bench to rest on.
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FWYSA wants to send out a shout-out to our teams that played the TOC tournament this weekend for North Texas They did our association proudly. We had many go on to the Semi's and we Had a champion. See below for the teams that participated
|Hot Shots 08G SEMIS|
|Blaze 12G SEMIS|
Strike Force FC 10B
|The Sharks 09B SEMIS|
|BAYERN / Soccer Sisters 13G SEMIS|
|BARCELONA / Dragons 12B -Dujan|
|CHELSEA / Blaze 13B (Jody Martinez)|
FWYSA's Strike Force U12 team had a great weekend at the NTX Soccer Tournament of Champions. We went undefeated in group play, and outscored our opponents by a total of 27-2. After beating teams from Midland, Lewisville, and Allen in pool play, we beat Arlington 8-1 in the semifinals. We finished the tournament with a 3-1 victory over the champions from Tyler. It was a very tough, physical game, but our boys withstood the test and came out victorious. Throughout the tournament, we played well as a team, and had 8 different players score a goal. We feel like our games against tough FWYSA teams like Wolves, Megalodons, Warriors, and Munich prepared us well to succeed in this tournament. It was a great experience for our guys, and we feel fortunate to have played well!
The Sharks come back from 0-2 at halftime to win 3-2 under the lights! The Sharks won all 3 games the first day and advanced all the way to the semi-finals.
"The Dynamite Sisters won first place in the U11 division of the John E. Oubre soccer tournament in Granbury, Texas. They faced impressive competition from all over North Texas ending the tournament with an impressive 4-0-1 record. The team has called Fort Worth Youth Soccer their home since they started as "The Mermaids" when they were 5 years old. Represented by girls from 8 different schools, the coaches strive to instill the values of effort & overcoming adversity while living up to the team motto: BE BRAVE! "
The Hot Shots really had a great time competing in the TOC! The girls really enjoyed facing new competition and they battled it out to the last round of the semifinals. It was organized very well and a great experience for the team. The parents and I are very proud of our Hot Shots and all of the hard work they put in.
The Flames capped off their championship season with a couple of tournaments. They played in the John Oubre Memorial in Granbury and the TOC. They posted a winning record scoring 19 goals in 7 games. One of the highlights in tournament play came on a Friday night in Granbury where the Flames were matched up against their rival from Midlothian, the Kickin Cuties. The Flames found themselves down 3-1 at halftime but stormed back like a freight train to win 4-3! The coaches and parents are very proud of the hard work the girls put in this year and look forward to future success!
The Soccer Sisters were excited to play in a tournament of this magnitude. We played several different teams from different areas in North Texas. We played well enough to advance to the Semi-Finals the next day. In the Semi-Finals the girls were down at half time and forced the game into a 3 - 3 tie. The overtime ended in a stalemate and went down to penalty kicks, which we lost 2 -1 to go the finals. We are all proud of these girls as they represented FWYSA as one of the 4 best U9 girls soccer teams in the North Texas Region. This also is a reflection of the great teams we play at FWYSA.
It is a great experience that they will not forget.