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  Team News 3-18-14 FSA SPRING 2014 TRYOUTS

Fire Soccer Academy holds tryouts every 6 month for our teams, once in Nov/Dec and once in Spring each year. FSA is holding the spring 2014 tryout on the afternoon of May 4th at Bethel High School for 5th thru 11th grade girls. .

6th-11th grade players --- 1:00-4:00pm, Sunday, 5/4/14 at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel High School)

FSA serves players in Bethel, Orting, and Eatonville areas and is the next step from local recreational clubs like SGESC, OSC, Bethel Rec, and others that focus on elementary age players and recreational soccer. Playing with Fire Soccer Academy starting in January helps the young players in Junior High and Middle school to be competetive and earn a position on the school teams at tryouts. FSA provides quality year around select soccer training for girls from 5th grade to 11th grade (at tryouts) at less than half of any other local select programs. FSA also offers a path for advancement to a college prep team that plays at the highest premier league level available. Over the last few years, 8 of our HS Fire CPT girls were offered positions on college teams! So whatever level of commitment and you are looking for FSA can provide a team and path that matches your goals. The documents below provide more information about the FSA program and teams.

We request that players/parents print a registration form below, and bring it completed and SIGNED! to the tryout along with water, soccer ball, cleats and schinn guards. Choose the appropriate form based on your current grade level. If you have any questions please contact Jackie Richards at mrichards@rainierconnect.com

FSA Tryout Registration Form
Fire Program Information
FSA Main Tryout Flyer
FSA Team Organizaion


 
 
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  Team News 4-29-13 FSA SPRING TRYOUT RESULTS

On Sunday 4/28 Fire Soccer Academy completed spring tryouts.  The following is the FSA 2013 Team Assignments and playing levels.  Coaches will be in contact with players in the next week with more information.   

Fire Juniors Red (5th/6th grade) 
Playing U12 Coach: Frank Hulse and Jason Rickey
  Sofia Vega-Shattuck
  Autumn Dewitt
  Payton Kasner
  Jordyn Davison
  Lily Caldwell
  Ryan Rickey 
  Ashley Hulse
  Nyah Neville
  Kyleen Rice
  Hayleigh Holmgren
  Emily Ballew
  Joselynn Case
  Megan Hannah
  Jenae Lingle
  Nevaeh Clancy
  Airyn Jackson

Fire Juniors White (6th/7th grade)
Playing U14 Coach: Jackie Richards
  Emily Dewitt
  Sophia Jennings
  Alexis Garcia
  Bailey Soltman
  Maggie Flatt
  Elizabeth Bowen
  Savannah Gitchel
  Sydney Smith
  Deanna Bliss
  Alexis Smith
  Darynne Schachtel
  Katarina Astley
  Maddi McCarther
  Katie Pollock
  Emily Torrey
  Amanda Harum
  Hadley Brown

Fire Select (8th/9th grade)
Playing U16 Coach: Troy Nesby
  Meagan Crane
  Marcella Davis
  Aimee Speakman
  Amber Ihrig
  Abby Socall
  Grace Goeken
  Hailee Ray
  Makenna Nesby
  Carissa Slater
  Sophie Smolko
  Haley Chapa
  Destiny Garcia
  Zoe Sundberg
  Bryana Hulse
  Mackenna Emmineth
  Kayla Petrovich
  Kathryn Best

Fire CPT (8th-11th grade)
Playing U18 Coach: Tim Garoutte and Jackie Richard
  Annalisa Klein
  Ricki Webb
  Amber Richards
  Allison Harum
  Camille Jones
  Jessica Derry
  Danica Bare
  Emily Curry 
  Kaylin Sokolik
  Emma Wyma
  Shannon Dooley
  Loralei Webb
  Brooke Singleton 
  Mariah Hunstock
  Jaq Freeman
  Ashlee Geier
  Alex Richards
  Kaitlyn Rickey
  Loralei Webb
   

   
 
 
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  Team News FREE FSA SPRING TRAINING CAMP APRIL 2,3, AND 4TH!

Fire Soccer Academy will be holding our first spring training camp for younger players (currently 5th thru 9th grade) who would like to prepare for spring club soccer tryouts.  FSA Coaches and players from the Fire College Prep Team will work with younger players on the skills and abilities club coaches are looking for during tryouts.  There is no obligation or commitment required to play or tryout for an FSA team to participate in these FREE training sessions.  We do ask that players pre-register for the training sessions by emailing players name, phone number, email address and current grade in school, to Jackie Richards at mrichards@rainierconnect.com by March 31st.   The training camp will be held at Kapowsin Elementary, 5:30-7:30 April 2,3, and 4th.   Don't miss this great opportunity to prepare for tryouts and sharpen the skills select team coaches are looking for!   
 

 
 
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  Team News 3-25-13 FSA LOOKING FOR NEW VOLUNTEER COACHES

Fire Soccer Academy is looking to expand with multiple girls teams this year, hoping to add teams at 6th and 7th grade as well as an 8th/9th grade group.  For parents who choose to volunteer to coach in our club, your daughter will play without charge and have her regular team costs scholarshipped for the year.  Volunteers who help run the club such as Registrar, Team Gear manager, etc... will have their daughter's regular team costs 50% scholarshipped for the year.   Parents interested in coaching or helping run the club in an administrative role should contact FSA Director Tim Garoutte for additional information. 

 
 
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  Team News 3-25-13 FSA SPRING 2013 TRYOUTS

Fire Soccer Academy holds tryouts every 6 month for our teams, once in Dec and once in April each year. FSA is holding the spring 2013 tryout on the afternoon of April 28th at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS) for 5th to 11th grade girls. We will be filling positions on our high school select girls team (8th to 11th grade) and our 7th grade Junior High/Middle School team and creating a new 5th/6th grade team.

5th-7th grade players --- 1:00-3:00pm, Sunday, 4/28/13 at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS)
8th-11th grade players --- 3:00-5:00pm, Sunday 4/28/13 at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS)

FSA serves players in Bethel, Orting, and Eatonville areas and is the next step from local recreational clubs like SGESC, OSC, Bethel Rec, and others that focus on elementary age players and recreational soccer. Playing with Fire Soccer Academy starting in January helps the young players in Junior High and Middle school to be competetive and earn a position on the school teams at tryouts. FSA provides quality year around select soccer training for girls from 5th grade to 11th grade (at tryouts) at less than half of any other local select programs. FSA also offers a path for advancement to a college prep team that plays at the highest premier league level available. Last year all 7 of our HS Fire CPT girls were offered positions on college teams! So whatever level of commitment and you are looking for FSA can provide a team and path that matches your goals. The documents below provide more information about the FSA program and teams.

We request that players/parents print a registration form below, and bring it completed and SIGNED! to the tryout along with water, soccer ball, cleats and schinn guards.  Choose the appropriate form based on your current grade level. If you have any questions please contact Jackie Richards at mrichards@rainierconnect.com

FSA Tryout Registration Form - Juniors 5th to 7th grade
FSA Tryout Registration Form - HS 8th to 11th grade
Fire Program Information
FSA Main Tryout Flyer
FSA Team Organizaion


 
 
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  Team News 12-11-12 FSA FALL/WINTER TRYOUT RESULTS

FSA held our annual fall tryout on 12/8/12.  Great turnout! and a lot of talented players! Players making the teams are identified below.  Players will receive emails over the next week about uniforms, payment plans, etc.... so be checking emails.  Thanks to everyone who came and tried out, and everyone who helped run the tryout including Frank, Jackie, Gary, Deana, Tammie, and Kari.
  
CLICK ON READ MORE TO SEE PLAYERS CHOSEN FOR EACH TEAM.

We had a lot of difficult decisions to make in the high school age group and to those who did not make the teams, don't give up!  Search out a team to play on.  Anyone who needs help with this search should contact Tim for assistance.   If a player on the list below  does not accept their position on the team, we will contact the next player that we didn't take and offer them that spot.  Also the next round of tryouts will be in the spring (march for Juniors, May for HS age players) and we always have players leaving and spots open, so come and tryout again.   Practices for most of the teams will begin after Christmas.  Enjoy your holidays vacation! 


 
 
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  Team News 11-28-12 FIRE SOCCER ACADEMY FALL/WINTER TRYOUT DEC 8TH

Fire Soccer Academy holds tryouts every 6 month for our teams, once in Dec and once in April or May each year.  FSA is holding the fall/winter 2012 tryout on the afternoon of December 8th at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS) for 5th to 11th grade girls.  We will be filling positions on our high school select girls team (8th to 11th grade) and our 7th grade Junior High/Middle School team and creating a new 5th/6th grade team. 

   5th-7th grade players ---  1:00-3:00pm, Saturday 12/8/12 at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS)
   8th-11th grade players ---  3:00-5:00pm, Saturday 12/8/12 at Art Crate Stadium (Bethel HS)


FSA serves players in Bethel, Orting, and Eatonville areas and is the next step from local recreational clubs like SGESC, OSC, Bethel Rec, and others that focus on elementary age players. Playing with Fire Soccer Academy starting in January helps the young players in Junior High and Middle school to be competetive and earn a position on the school teams at tryouts.  FSA provides quality year around select soccer training for girls from 5th grade to 11th grade (at tryouts) at less than half of any other local select programs.  FSA also offers a path for advancement to a college prep team that plays at the highest premier league level available.  Last year all 7 of our HS Fire CPT girls were offered positions on college teams!  So whatever level of commitment and you are looking for FSA can provide a team and path that matches your goals.  The documents below provide more information about the FSA program and teams. 

We request that players/parents print a registration form below, and bring it completed and SIGNED! to the tryout along with water, soccer ball, cleats and schinn guards.  If you have any questions please contact Jackie Richards at mrichards@rainierconnect.com

FSA Tryout Registration Form - Juniors 5th to 6th grade
FSA Tryout Registration Form - HS 8th to 11th grade
Fire Program Information  
FSA Main Tryout Flyer
FSA Team Organizaion
Select vs CPT Comparison for HS age girls

 
 
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  Team News 5-18-12 FIRE CPT PLAY WITH EOU MOUNTAINEERS

For the first time ever, the CPT had the opportunity to travel to a university and play with and against a university womens soccer team.  On May 18th the CPT traveled to La Grande OR, home of the Eastern Oregon University Mountaineers.  Arriving on Friday night, two CPT seniors who will play for EOU this next fall, practiced with the womens squad.  On Saturday morning, the CPT split in to two teams and participated in the EOUs spring 5v5 tournament against some very good teams.  After the 5v5 games, the CPT were given a tour of the EOU campus.  Then the CPT headed to lunch and some down time in the afternoon.  Later that afternoon the CPT played two 30 minute halves against the EOU Womens team.  The CPT did fairly well losing 1-3 with Courtney scoring a great goal near the end of the game.  After the game the CPT enjoyed a pizza and desert potluck with the EOU team and coaches.  Later that night Courtney signed her letter of intent to attend and play soccer for the Mountaineers!  Congratulations Courtney!  Courtney joins Bailey who has been signed up to play for EOU since last summer.   The CPT want to thank head coach Jeniffer Simonetti and the entire EOU Mountaineers team for planning all this and hosting us there on campus for the weekend!  It was great fun and a great experience, especially for our new younger CPT players who have just joined the team!  It was also a great opportunity for Bailey and Courtney to get familiar with the coaches and players they will be playing with next year!  Photos from the trip will be uploaded shortly to the photos page, under team activities. We also want to thank Nicole (Ashlee's mom), Ron (Bailey's Dad), and Kacie (Makenna's Mom) for driving the players and spending the weekend there at EOU with us.  As our connections and relationships continue to grow with Northwest college coaches, this will likely be just the first of many opportunities for the CPT to play with College teams from the region.

 
 
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  Team News 4-29-12 FIRE CPT BEAT OUT MRFC FOR WA CUP CHAMPIONSHIP!

For years the Fire CPT have been playing against MRFC's (Mount Rainier Football Club) solid teams and this year, the CPT faced off against MRFC's 94 B team and then their 94 A team in the final Washington Cup championship weekend.  On saturday 4/28 the CPT faced MRFC's B team.  After a bit of a lazy and disorganzed scoreless first half, the CPT woke up and played at a level reflecting their true ability in the second half, easily dominating possession.  Faith scored an amazing leaping header goal from 15 yards out over the hands of the keeper off of a perfect Amber chip cross from the left side.  Probably Faith's greatest goal in her 10 seasons with the Fire and a great finishing touch in the final weekend of her youth soccer career!  The game ended up a 2-0 win advancing the CPT to the silver level championship game the following day against the MRFC 94 A team.  Sunday's championship game was an intense and physical game against a very good and talented team with great speed and very strong skills.  Before the game we announced that it would be the last game for several players at the end of the youth soccer career including Faith, Kristen, and Dassah.  The girls deditated the game to them and played with great intensity, control, courage, and teamwork.  In the end, their teamwork (especially on defense) proved too much for the MRFC team.  Bailey scored in the early minutes of the game with a great 2nd effort charge thru two players to force a lose ball in to the goal.  In the 2nd half, Courtney scored a great line drive left footed shot to the upper corner kicked so hard that the keeper could not stop it with one hand!  The game ended 2-0 and the CPT took the championship!  In these two hard fought 2-0 wins, the defense played their complex formation perfectly giving up no goals, almost completely shutting down shooting from the MRFC A team's high powered offense.  Way to go Amanda, Ashley, Alex, Loralei, Rosie, and Emma!!! You are our heros and definately MVPs for this weekend!!!   Winning a state tournamnet championship was a long time goal for the CPT (secondary to getting our girls college playing offers to be sure, but still important!) so it was very fitting that this goal be achieved at the final game for two players who have played with us for 10 years!!  We could not have scripted a better ending for this season, or a better ending for the special players we have enjoyed coaching for so many years!!  That win was for you Faith and Kristen :)  We will all miss you dearly!!  What a great weekend of soccer!

 
 
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  Team News 3-9-12 CPT HAVE GREATEST ROAD TRIP EVER!

The Fire CPT had their 2nd road trip of the season, traveling to play spring Super League games in Lewiston Idaho and Wenatchee WA.   With the long trip over to Idaho the CPT left early Friday afternoon on the 7 hour drive (counting an hour stop for dinner).  The team stayed together in the Red Lion hotel then had breakfast together in the morning before heading to the field to play the Valley Thunder team that defeated us 3 to 1 earlier in the season at our home field.  The weather was great, about 60 and sunny! like spring is supposed to be!  The CPT played fantastic defeating the Valley Thunder team 2 to 1 on goals by Mariah Engelhardt and Faith Lindgren, our two stoppers.  This game demonstrated the advantages of our formation and the CPT showed they have mastered how to play it.   Defense and our keepers played strong with Mariah Hunstock continuing to improve and develop in goal.  After the game we headed to a local pizza shop for lunch then headed toward Wenatchee.  Arriving about dinner time, at our hotel in Wenatchee (they actually made chocolate chip cookies for us!!) the girls changed and we headed out to Applebees for dinner together.  Sunday morning after breakfast at the hotel, we headed to the field to play the Wenatchee Fire at a field on the hillside of East Wenatchee with an unbelievable view of the mountains that looked like Switzerland or something.   This game was an extremely fast and physical game with both teams having great drives up and down the field, both defenses and keepers saving the shots at the last second.  Bailey scored the first goal of the game early on a great thru ball from Courtney.  Bailey tapped it around the keeper on a breakaway showing the patience of a college player.  Alex had an amazing game at center back and the whole defense played incredible.  Amanda had the greatest save of the season with a two handed leap to stop an overhead ball from diving in the net just under the top bar, an amazing college level save.  With strong defense the CPT kept the Fire from scoring until the last 5 minutes of the game when they put together a perfect string of passes ending with a lightning fast dragback and shot in the goal, very tough to defend.   The CPT offense had many shots in this game with great crosses coming in to the middle from our outside forwards all game.  Although the game ended a 1-1 tie, the CPT played the best they ever have and the game was the most exciting CPT game ever.  At the end of the game the CPT were so excited and fired up. You could see the community and team camaradarie between tham that make this team so amazing to be a part of!  After the game the CPT headed to Red Robin for lunch and then the drive back to Graham on Sunday afternoon.  There were so many great moments this weekend that none of us will forget, like Rosie coming to Alex's defense in that dog pile in front of the goal :)  In 10 years of coaching, Jackie and I have never enjoyed a team trip, or pair of games as much as this weekend!  And we want to thank Nicole, Ashlee's mom for being our 3rd driver and spending the weekend with us as well as Deana and Annemarie our team managers for coordinating the trip for us!  What a great weekend!         

 
 
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  Team News 2-18-12 FIRE CPT COLLEGE SHOWCASE ROAD TRIP

For the 2nd year now, the Fire CPT traveled to Oregon for the second leg of the Pacific Coast Super Cup college showcase tournament in Beaverton Oregon.  This tournament is an excellent opportunity for our players to get exposure to Oregon College coaches.  Andy Hetherington, the head coach of George Fox University Women's team watched both of our games over the weekend and then hosted our team during a tour of George Fox University on Monday.  It was a great weekend of exciting college level soccer! Both games were extremely intense and the CPT played well in both games with both ending up close losses, but with a lot of great CPT offense and goals in both games.  These trips are also great team bonding experiences with the girls staying together for 3 days of soccer, eating, talking and sleeping together, exploring the area, and doing fun things together like going to the movies and this time going to church together as well.  All of this just adds to the special "community" experience that being a part of this team gives to the players. Click "Read more" below to learn more about this trip including our first ever drop in at a local church for sunday service!  Check out photos from the weekend under the Pictures module, under Team Activities. 
 
 
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  Team News 12-17-11 FIRE CPT ENJOY A GREAT CHRISTMAS PARTY

The Fire CPT got together on December 17th for their annual Christmas party and had a great time!  The party started with Dinner at Tim's, home made Lasanga! then the team went to a play at the Tacoma Little Theatre.  The play was Dickens A Christmas Carol, the classic story of Scrooge and the ghosts of christmas past, present, and future. The girls got the opportunity to dress up nice for the theatre and they all looked so beautiful!  After returning from the Theatre the girls did their gift exchange with the highlight probably being Mariah's enthusiastic present opening!  Then the girls watched movies and enjoyed spending time together during their sleep over.  It was the last Christmas party with the team for the seven Fire CPT seniors graduating this year and it was a great one :)  Photos from the Fire CPT party are on the Photos page.    
 
 
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  Team News 11-15-11 FIVE FIRE SELECT PLAYERS ADVANCE TO CPT!

As a start of our preparation to say goodbye to 7 Fire CPT seniors that will be graduating this next year, we advanced 5 select players to the CPT group in November where they will train and grow to become part of the next generation CPT group.  This will give us almost a year of overlap with departing seniors effectively training and mentoring their replacements.  When we started the Fire Select program in 2010, part of our vision was to create a group where players that were new to select soccer could grow and develop in a lower level select environment with less pressure.  In this group they could learn what premier soccer was all about, become stronger players, then when THEY were ready and made the decision to make the full commitment to soccer, they would be given the opportunity to move up to the CPT group and hopefully on to a college team when they graduate from high school.  These five outstanding players and great young ladies join two other select players (Meagan Lucero and Mariah Hunstock) who had moved from the select to the CPT earlier in the year.  At this point most of the new players that have joined the CPT in the last year have come through the select team, as we had hoped would happen when we formed the select group a year ago.  Other players in the select group are perfectly happy playing on the select team and doing their other sports and other activities.   The current Fire Select team is a stronger group than the team we had a year ago and should be quite competitive in their select league this spring.   The unique model we have implemented here at Fire Soccer Academy seems to work very well and gives our players the choice of either path and the freedom to move between levels of play.  All five players moving to the CPT have already been playing with the CPT the last several weeks and have made a big impact with the team.  We want to congratulate these five Fire Select players on advancing to the CPT and let them know how excited we are to have the opportunity to coach them and mentor them as a part of the CPT on their path to college.  With the Fire Juniors program started last spring and expanding this fall to two Juniors teams, players from that group will have the same opportunity as the Fire Select Players to advance in to the CPT group as they enter 9th grade if that is whaty they want. That opportunity will come at tryouts in May this year. Other players from the Juniors group will graduate in to the Fire Select group this next spring.  It is very exciting to see the "Academy" model working so well and so quickly!  
 
 
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  Team News 11-5-11 FIRE JUNIORS HAVE FUN ON FIRST ROAD TRIPS!

The Fire Juniors generally play their games and tournaments locally but each year we have 1 or 2 road trips with a couple of games in Eastern Washington.  The first trip the weekend of 10/24 they traveled to Spokane for a game then to Pasco for a game on, Sunday before heading home.  The soccer was great but the players will probably remember the trip more including eating out at the pizza place together, traveling together, staying in the hotels and swimming in the pools!  In the Saturday game against a strong Spokane Elite team, the Juniors lost but had shots on goal and a glorious combination play goal by Ariana! A glimpse of their future to come!   11/5 the team traveled to Leavenworth for a game and then to Wenatchee for a game the following day.  The girls went bowling after eating out together Saturday night and everyone enjoyed the beauty scenery of Leavenworth.  Both games this weekend were close on the score board demonstrating the progress the Juniors have made since starting as a brand new team playing against a group of great and established select teams from around the state.  They were great trips and everyone had a good time with lots of great memories.  We want to thank Amber's mom Tammie, our Juniors team manager, for making arrangements for the weekend trips!


 
 
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  Team News 10-21-11 FIRE SELECT PLAYERS ON HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS

One of the founding goals for Fire Soccer Academy over a year ago was to develop select level teams to help local high school coaches raise their team's level of performance.  We have made great progress toward this goal in our first year, as we now prepare to enter our 2nd year of the select program at FSA.  Congratulations to the following Fire Select players for making their high school teams!  We currently have two high school age select teams and hope to continue to grow that program over the next year and add more players from the local school teams.
 
 
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  Team News 9-18-11 FIVE CPT SENIORS ALREADY COMMITTED TO COLLEGE TEAMS!

After many years of working hard toward their goals, five of the seven Fire CPT seniors have now committed to their college soccer teams for fall 2012 and the other two seniors have turned down offers to play, looking for a different school experience.  We expect those two will have their college teams lined up by January.  Amanda, Ashley, and Kristen will be attending and playing for George Fox University in Oregon.  Bailey will be playing for Eastern Oregon University.  Courtney will be playing for Northwest Nazerrene University in Idaho.  It is our primary objective as a "College Prep Team" to help our players achieve their goal of playing soccer in college so we are very proud to make this announcement!   We have formed good relationships with several northwest coaches over the last few years and we are finding that the Fire CPT players are highly regarded because of their excellent grades, understanding of commitment, strong selfless character, high values, and understanding of what it means to be a member of a real team.  These attributes are just as valuable to the college coaches as their excellent soccer skills.  It is these personal qualities that make our players stand out from all the other great soccer players out there. We want to congratulate these fine young ladies for an accomplishment only 1% of all youth athletes achieve.   Your years of dedication, loyalty, hard work, commitment, and sacrifice have paid off!!  During their last year with us, these players will help their younger CPT teammates learn what it takes to succeed and play at the college level.   
 
 
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  Team News 7-1-11 FIRE CPT TEAM CAMP GREAT SUCCESS!!

The Fire CPT held their 5th year of Team Soccer Camp at Camp Casey on Whidbey Island between 6/26 and 7/1.  Every year the entire CPT team and coaches go to Camp Casey on Whidbey Island for a week of 2-a-day soccer training sessions, team building exercises, and fun group activities.  Camp Casey is the most beautiful place around for a team camp with it’s views of Puget Sound, amazing painted sunsets, cool breezes, and huge green fields.  The camp provides mess hall services and the team stays in one of the barracks buildings. This year was the best year ever with by far the strongest and most compatible team we have ever had!   We had 3 high level guest coaches come in on 3 of the days and work with the team.  On Tuesday we had Alistair Shull, one of the top coaches from the Crossfire Premier program.  On Wednesday we had Mark Metzger, the Seattle Pacific University men’s assistant coach and a 30 year veteran coach, and former NCAA national champion with SPU!.  On Thursday we had Val Seid, one of the best coaches from the Northwest Nationals club.   We had movie night in the barracks (Facing the Giants was this year’s movie) , explored historic Ft Casey, did a long beach walk and campfire, took a trip on the Ferry over to Port Townsend to eat dinner out and watch a movie as a team, and then did a fun game of Spud War capture the flag in the old campground woods area.   On the field the girls performed at the highest level ever and Mark was extremely impressed after working with us for the last 5 years.  The girls really advanced over the last year and are already playing at a college level.   Click on Read More below to learn more about the CPT 2011 Team Camp……

 
 
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  Team News 4-25-11 FIRE CPT TO PLAY FRIENDLY GAME AGAINST EASTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

FSA coaches and staff have been working for years to develop relationships with college coaches throughout the northwest starting with our good friends at Seattle Pacfiic University over 5 years ago!  The influence that Mark Metzger and Chuck Sekyra from SPU have had on our program, our coaching, and in the path of our players has been profound.  Over the last year, the CPT coaches have made many new contacts and started new relationships with additional college coaches.  One goal of that effort will be to produce opportunities to play directly against existing college teams both as training and motivation for our players but also to further college opportunities for our players.  We have Succeeded in setting up the first such opportunity with Coach Scarlett, head caoch of the Eastern Oregon University Mountaineers!.  Over the weekend of May 11th to the 13th, 2012 the Fire CPT will travel to EOU to meet the team and play against them in a friendly game!  The players will also meet the coach, tour the campus, and spend time getting to know some of the existing players.  We are very excited about this opportunity and it will be just the first as we work to arrange more games with other existing college teams around the northwest. Here is a link to the EOU Womens Soccer Program to learn more about EOU!  

 
 
  Posted by tgaroutte on Thursday, May 05 @ 18:26:13 CDT (939 reads)
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