Online player registration for the fall recreational and select league season for boys and girls age U5-U19 opened Wednesday, May 21st. The fall 2014 season for recreational MOD teams U5-U10 teams consists of a jamboree on Saturday, September 6th and a 10-game regular season starting Saturday, September 13th and running through mid-November (8 games for ages U5-U7). Teams U11-U19 start league play on Saturday, September 6th. Player registration fees are only $75 for U5 - U10 recreational soccer, $120 for U11 - U18 recreational soccer, and $150 for select players. For returning recreational players, registering your son or daughter early should ensure that they play on the same team as in previous seasons. Click here or go to our registration page to register today.
The August club meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, August 12th, 7:30pm at Doofer's Bar and Grill. The main topics discussed will be the upcoming fall season. All coaches should attend or send a representative for their team. The general club meeting will be followed by a board meeting.
The SCORE GU14 Rockets, coached by Andy Colasurdo, added more hardware to their trophy case by winning the 2014 Federal Way Blast Off tournament in resounding fashion. The Rocket girls advanced to the championship match by winning all three of their preliminary round games, racking up 16 goals in GU14 Bracket B. The Rockets then blasted through MRFC White in the final 4-1 to take the title. Congratulations Rockets!
2014 Eagles and Patriots tryouts are now complete, but there are teams still looking for players. Consult the 2014-15 age chart to determine which team might be a good fit for your son or daughter..
|Age/Gender||Team||Coach||Phone||Level of Play|
|BU14||Flyers||Keith Grosso||(425) 271-8868||District 3 Division 2|
|GU12||Patriots 02 White||Marc Brown||(425) 442-9192||District 3 Division 1|
|GU14||Angels||Dan Larkin||(425) 277-3917||District 3 Rec Division 2|
SCORE and GRTYSA wishes to thank all participating teams for making the 2014 6-A-Side a great success. We hope to see you back for the 30th annual 6-A-Side next July!
Online registration for the spring recreational league season for boys and girls age U5-U14 is now closed but there may be limited availability at certain age groups. Contact the registrar for more information. Late player registration fees are $70 for ages U5-U10 and $120 for U11-U14.
The spring season for MOD U5-U9 teams consists of 8 games starting Sunday, April 6th and running through June 15th. All games are played on Sunday afternoons with no games scheduled on Easter Sunday, Mother's Day or Memorial Day weekend.
The Eagles 02 team, coached by James Gallagher and Mike Stork went undefeated this spring amassing an 8-0 record, winning the PSPL Copa League championship. The Eagles boys scored 48 goals during the season and only conceded 6. The team has not lost in 17 straight matches as they head into the summer tournament season.
The SCORE GU13 Rockets FC advanced out of Founders Cup preliminary round play with a resounding 3-0 win over Thurston County United on Saturday, January 18th, the final day of group play. The Rockets, coached by Andy Colasurdo, will play Kent United 00 Green in Kent on Saturday, January 25th in Founders Cup Round of 16 play. Congratulations Rockets FC!
With a victory in their final game of the season, the SCORE Patriots 99 finished in 1st place in NPSL GU14 Division 3. The Patriots compiled a 9-1-2 record and after a loss in their season opener, did not lose another game the rest of the season. This finishes a great summer and fall of soccer with 2 tournament championships and a regular season championship. Next on the agenda for the Patriots - Founders Cup.
The Eagles 00 Red team, coached by Giff and Renee Visick, took the District 3 Division 1 championship with a dominant 9-1-2 record. The Eagles boys racked up 32 goals during the season with their stingy defense only conceding 6. Congratulations from SCORE to Eagles 00 Red!
Together with the Hazen Booster Club, SCORE has donated benches to Hazen High School for use along the turf field sidelines by high school coaches and players. The Hazen turf field, constructed in 2009, has always been lacking sufficient seating space so SCORE teamed with the school's booster club to purchase metal benches. SCORE has long donated funds to purchase nets and other items to support Hazen's soccer program, but this is the first of hopefully many teaming arrangements with the Hazen Booster Club to supplement the school's athletic faciltiies.