Month: June 2009

PDL Soccer: Springfield Demize Fall to Thunder Bay Chill

Springfield Demize – 0
Thunder Bay Chill – 3
In a game that was much tighter than the score indicates, it was the visiting Chill that broke through Tuesday night. The initial advantage was obtained in the 18th minute when a PK was awarded, well finished by Anthony Putrus to the lower left corner.

The Demize had many opportunities this evening, especially in the first half when they earned half a dozen corner kicks but were unable to convert, with the video just one example (that’s Drury’s Marco Cherisma with the header). The Chill put it away with a pair of late goals as the Demize attempted to come back. A 70th minute goal by Christian Fernandez came on a run into the box, with a clinical finish just sliding underneath the onrushing keeper. In the 81st Christian slips a second to the far post after receiving a simple ball from Marcus in the six yard box.

The Demize fall to 2-10-1 and will take to the road for a pair of games against KC (Jul 9th) and Des Moines (Jul 11) before returning home for their final game on July 17th against the Colorado Real Foxes. The Foxes sit 3rd in the Heartland Conference. dubai sex guide

Springfield SC U12 Red Win At US Club Soccer National Cup

DSC03963Pictured is the Springfield Soccer Cup U12 Red Boys who had a successful weekend in Indianapolis. The boys went 2-0-1 to win their Premier Group which included a pair of Chicago teams and a Kentucky squad.

vs. U12 White Chicago Sockers, 1-0
vs. Windy City Pride 54, 1-0
vs. KY Thoroughbreds, 1-1

The U13 Girls also participated this weekend, going 1-1-1 against teams from Pittsburgh, Chicago and Buffalo NY

vs Empire United SA Buffalo Blue, 4-0
vs FC Pride 96 Elite, 1-2
vs FC Pittsburgh, 2-2

The games were part of 12 Regional events being played that lead up to the National Cup Finals and Collegiate Showcase that will be held in Virginia Beach, VA at the end of July.

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Springfield Demize Host PDL Champions Tuesday

Demize LogoThe Springfield Demize host the defending PDL champion Thunder Bay Chill on Tuesday night with a start time of 7:30 pm. It will be the only game these two teams play against each other this season.

The Thunder Bay Chill suffered a 1-0 loss to the St. Louis Lions Sunday night in the first game of a four game road trip. Steven Beattie got the goal late in the game, a 25 yard rocket (the same guy who got the only goal in the last Demize home game).

The Demize have made some recent roster adjustments due to injuries. Andrew Bordellon (Drury University), Stuart Stapleton (Belmont University), and Ryan Trudgian (OCU) have seen their PDL season come to an early end. Roster additions include 3 members from the 2008 squad, including defender Daniel Knop (Memphis University), midfielder Patrick Gritz (W. Illinois) and defender/forward Eishun ’Ace’ Yoshida (ICC). Details are available on the Demize website.

The Demize have one home game remaining, on Friday July 17th when the Colorado Foxes make their first ever visit to Springfield. It will also be the final game of the season for the Demize. They visit the KC Brass July 9 and Des Moines Menace July 11th as well.body to body massage

2010 US Youth Soccer National Championships To Be Held In KC

NC Series color hi-res jpg_200From the KC Star comes this announcement – The United States Youth Soccer Association is planning to hold its national youth soccer championships in Kansas City’s biggest suburb from July 20-25 2010. An official announcement about the tourney is expected next month.

The national championships are the culmination in a series of events known as the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship Series in which more than 10,000 teams compete.

The national championship, which will draw 60 teams and 1,000 players from across the country, will be played at the new complex nearing completion at the corner of 135th Street and Switzer Road in south Overland Park. The city has scheduled a celebration to open the facility Aug. 29.

“The vision of the city in building this complex was to host the top events in the country,” Alan Blinzler, president of the Kansas State Youth Soccer Association, said in a prepared statement.

“The awarding of the 2010 U.S .Youth Soccer National Championships — the first ever such event in Kansas — speaks to that vision and the quality of the new complex,” Blinzler said

Overland Park has planned the 12-field soccer park since 2007. The city decided to build the complex in the aftermath of Johnson County’s failed attempt in 2006 to get voters to raise property taxes for 24 youth fields next to a stadium for the Kansas City Wizards.

Ultimately, plans for soccer fields and the Wizards stadium died in the Kansas suburbs and are now planned for redevelopment of the old Bannister Mall site across the state line.

Overland Park’s soccer complex is being paid for from an increase in its hotel tax — raised two years ago to 9 percent from 6 percent — and from user fees.massage parlour in dubai