Wolfpack wins State Soccer Cup

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The SCSA was well represented by three teams this season in the State Cup. The Galaxy defeated CCS 2-0 and lost to Vine Grove 0-3 in the semi-finals. The Galaxy, a young U14 mixed team, had a great season under coach Brad Gunter and will perform even better next season as they gain experience.
The Angry Bananas, a U10 girls team coached by John Campbell, lost to Nelson County Gators 3-2, tied CCS Sparks 4-4, and lost to the eventual state winners, Nelson County Strikers 6-1. The girls had one of their best seasons yet as they played very well throughout the season against some very tough competition.
The Spencer County Wolfpack, a U10 boys team coached by Tom Muddell and Mike Lester, had a very impressive season and continued to improve as the season progressed.  The Wolfpack are a very young U10 team that battled all the top teams throughout the season, ending with a winning record and some very proud coaches, parents, and players.  
The Commonwealth Cup was no different for the Wolfpack, as they defeated Rineyville 17-0, tied Frankfort Extreme 2-2, and defeated E-town Brasil 5-1 to advance to the championship game against the Nelson County Bulldogs on Sunday.
The boys played very well and controlled most of the championship match with a relentless attack on their opponents goal and winning the 50/50 balls.  The Wolfpack defeated Nelson Bulldogs 4-1 to take the championship and bring home another Commonwealth State Cup trophy.

Winchester tournament champions
The Spencer County Soccer Association, home of the Spencer County Futbol Club, is growing and developing soccer players to play at high levels. The championships continue to be brought home from across the state and regions. Two SCFC teams visited Winchester Kentucky on Sept. 15-16 to participate in the annual Winchester Classic Soccer Tournament.
The U12G Footie Chicks and the U10B SCFC teams didn’t waste any time getting in the win column by winning their first games 8-1, 8-0.
The Footie Chicks defeated Adena, Atletico, and DCR to win their bracket. The girls played great defense in holding their opponents to three goals, while scoring 19 goals off of some nice passing. The Footie Chicks play the game with a lot of heart, skill, and great desire for the soccer ball. They rely on quick passing and the ability to dribble their opponents to create many goal scoring opportunities.
The Footie Chicks played relentless and ended up in the championship game against the Paris Springboks. The Springboks held a considerable size difference and speed over the much smaller Footie Chicks, but in the end it didn’t matter. The U12 Footie Chicks went on to defeat the Paris Springboks 4-1 to claim the Winchester Classic Championship.
The U10 boys followed suit by defeating FC of Kentucky Blue, Frankfurt Fury, and the Revolution Academy. The U10 SCFC boys lost to CSC Gold 2-1 but held on to win the championship on points by only allowing 3 goals and scoring 28 goals.
The boys are getting used to winning as they ended their season 11-0-1 against some tough competition throughout Kentucky. The U10 SCFC boys continue to get better and play very well as a team.
Help support the SCSA and the Spencer County youth by signing up for spring soccer throughout the month of January.  Visit spencercountysoccer.com for more information.