U10 Girls, Fair Oaks Explosion - ARYSL Goal Rush - 3rd place
The Fair Oaks Explosion team did an AWESOME job int he ARYSL U10 Goal Rush tournament having done well enough in their bracket to advance to the Consolation game, where they finished off the tournament with a win. Great job girls!
U13 Boys, Fair Oaks Arsenal - Santa Cruz Classic - Champions
The Fair Oaks Arsenal won the Santa Cruz Classic on the weekend on Sept. 26-27th. The Arsenal easily won their Bracket by beating the Santa Rosa Force 4-0, the Santa Cruz Sharks White 6-1, and the Almaden Stealth 3-1.
In the Final, the Arsenal faced the team that was the two-time defending champions and the team that beat the Arsenal in the 2007 final ... the Santa Cruz Sharks Blue. The Arsenal trailed 1-0 early and came back to tie the game, only to trail 2-1 late in the game. The Arsenal scored with a couple of minutes remaining in the game on a fantastic shot by Chris Miller Peake. In the second overtime period Maurice Plomteoux iced the game by beating the keeper and two defenders on a breakaway to win the game. What and exciting victory by the Arsenal!
U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Falcons - Roseville Invitational - 3rd place
The consolation game provided for great excitement for the Falcons and the parents. Although the Falcons had plenty of pressure with 14+ shots on goal, none went in until Renny's scoring volley which came from Mallory's extraordinarily long throw-in that won the game with just 30 seconds left on the clock.
U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Storm - Tiburon Champions and Sportsman of the Tournament for Coach Corey Auernig
The Fair Oaks Storm had quite a battle in Tiburon. The tournament started with a 3-0 win over the Walnut Creek Raptors. In the afternoon, they took on the Tiburon Rockers and the game was tied when a Storm player took a shot that the ref saw as a goal. Unfortunately, the nets weren't tied down, and controversy ensued. Knowing the goal went wide, due to a clear view from the team sideline, Coach Corey Auernig approaced the linesman, then discussed the situation with the referee, and the goal was reversed. The Rockers coach couldn't believe the great sportsmanship as she approached Corey and shook his hand. Nevertheless, the Storm scored a goal with 2 minutes remaining to win 1-0. Sunday morning brought Mill Valley, who the Storm beat 5-2, to then face the Petaluma Fireballs in the Championship Game. The Storm fell behind 2 -0 at half. With a hearfelt rally cry, and the wind with them, the girls battled back to tie the game at 2-2 in regulation. In the first overtime the team put in a goal and held on to a 3-2 victory to win the championship. It was a gutty team effort and a great game.
U14 Boys, Fair Oaks Wolves - Lincoln Kick-off Finalists
U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Falcons - Peach Classic Champions
In round robin play, the Falcons beat the top seeded team Tahoe Icy Hot 2-1 and then followed up with another win over the Stockton Fast and Furious 4-0, followed up again by another convincing 4-0 win on Sunday. These wins demonstrated the Falcons purposeful passing, excellent communication, well through out decisions and fantastic anticipation of where the ball was going. Great job Falcons!
U11 Girls, Fair Oaks Fire 98 - Fair Oaks Festival Finalist
After sweeping their bracket the team went on to the championship game. The Fire took second place after a 1-0 loss in a very tough game. We out played htem, but just couldn't put the ball in the net after 18-0 shots on goal differential in the second half. Great game Ladies!
U13 Girls, Fair Oaks Storm - Fair Oaks Festival Champions
This championship game was certainly a lesson in sticking together, staying positive, and persevering. After cruising into the championship game having outscored their opponents 8-0 and showing a very stingy defense, the first half of the championship put the girls up against an entirely different opponent. The Roseville Spirit started the game more aggressive, beating the Storm to too many balls and finally squeezing in a goal on a header a few minutes before half. The second half showed us all what the girls were about. They made the adjustments they needed to and squeezed in the equalizer on a perfectly placed free kick just outside the 18. After ten minutes of scoreless overtime in which both teams seemed to get stronger, it all came down to penalty kicks that seemed like they would never end. It took nine rounds, but in the end the Storm prevailed and showed great class in congratulating the Spirit on a game well played.
U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Eagles - Folsom Cup Classic Champions
Great Job girls on a strong win over the Folsom Krush in the Championship game. The Krush entered the championship game having scored 17 goals in 3 games while the Eagles had allowed 0 goals in 3 games. With the strong Eagles defense, some fantastic saves by the goalie, and the entire team playing hard implementing the fundamentals, they won this battle not allowing a goal in the championship game, finishing the tournament with 4 wins - 0 losses, 9 goals for and 0 against.
U19 Boys, Fair Oaks Vipers - Folsom Cup Classic Finalist
Fair Oaks Freedom - Ore Cart Tournament Champions
U11 Fair Oaks Fire 98 Repeat as Puma Seawolf Cup Champions
Coming from behind by 3 goals at half, the Fire pull out a 4-3 victory in the Championship game against the Elk Grove Edge. The team went undefeated for the day with a 3-0-1 record.
Fair Oaks Fusion - Sacramento State 6 v 6 Champions
FOSC Team & Individual Accomplishments for 2008
Fair Oaks Arsenal - District CUP Finalists
The Fair Oaks Arsenal were finalists in the Cup Division of District cup, but unfortunately lost to the West Sac. Pumas 6-3. The Arsenal were devastated late in the season by injuries and in the final game were down to their 3rd Goal Keeper and were missing 3 starting defenders. That, combined with the fast Turf field and a very talented forward from the Pumas who scored all 6 goals was the demise of the Arsenal who had a fantastic season. The Arsenal had only given up more than 1 goal to one team going into this final. The Arsenal never lost more than one game in a tournament all season and never finished worse than third in any of those tournaments. Great Season!
Fair Oaks Vipers
District Cup Champions
Fair Oaks Storm
TOP 4 for Northern California, Class III, Girls U12 Soccer
2008 American River Youth Soccer League
Youth Referee of the Year
Youth Referee for Fair Oaks Soccer Club
From amongst the 100's of Referees which referee for the different clubs within American River Youth Soccer League (ARYSL), 12 were recommended by the various clubs as consideration for Youth Referee of the Year. After being observed on the field by an assessor and trainers including Tom Starr, Armeen was selected as one of 3 Youth Referees to receive this award. He is now qualified to referee Comp games in Winter and Spring. Great Job Armeen!
2008 American River Youth Soccer League
Coach of the Year
Rec. Coach for Fair Oaks Soccer Club
For the 2nd time in 4 years, Fair Oaks Soccer Club is honored to have one of it's own receive the Coach of the Year for American River Youth Soccer League (ARYSL). ARYSL consists of 8 soccer clubs and over 560 Recreation, Select and Competitive soccer teams & coaches. Dave was identified by those who nominated him for his successful goal of providing for an environment where the kids have fun playing soccer, have developed as players, and his ability to always keep the kids first. Also noted is his proper perspective on how he approaches the kids, parents, referees, and fellow coaches. Congratulations Dave!
Fair Oaks Fire 98 Train with Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsay Tarpley and USA National Teammate Leslie Osborne
The Fair Oaks Fire 98 U10 Girls select soccer team had the opportunity of a lifetime when they had a private 2-hour team training session at their home field on Saturday, October 18th. They were thrilled to have the chance to spend time wiht these 2 talented and accomplished soccer players and amazing young women.
Both Leslie and Lindsay brought a wealth of knowledge from club, ODP, Santa Clara University, University of North Carolina and the US WNT programs. They are both excited about their upcoming opportunity to play for the new Women's Professional Soccer league (www.womensprosoccer.com
). In the Spring 2009, Lindsay is scheduled to play forward for the Chicago Red Stars, and Leslie is scheduled to play as a midfield for the Bay Area team. Please join us in supporting women's soccer with the upcoming WNT and WPS games, and watch for details on the next Osborne & Tarpley Soccer Academy. We know the girls from this event are fans for life!
Fair Oaks Arsenal - Sonoma Halloween Classic - Finalists
The Fair Oaks Arsenal played probably their best game of the year against the host Sonoma Strikers but came up short, 1-0, in a well played game on both sides that left both teams exhausted. In the end it was a "bad-hop" free kick that was the difference in the game.
The first two games of the tourney were against younger teams and the Arsenal made quick work of both these teams with goals by just about everyone. The last pool game was a tougher one against a quick and scrappy Rohnert Park Pumas team. This team ended up 2nd in the Arsenal pool and deserved it. The Arsenal finally beat them 3-0 but all three were on penalty kicks.
All in all a great Tournament Arsenal!
Fair Oaks Fire - Pumpkin Classic Tournament Champions
After going thru the preliminary round with wins of 3-0 vs the Real FC94, 2-0 verses an extremely aggressive Lincoln Sting, & a 0-0 tie to 49'er Heat, Fair Oaks Fire was once again back in the championship round against the Sunrise Shock, who played the Fire to a very strong 0-0 tie in a previous tournament. But it was pay back time and no time was wasted with teh Fire scoring 2 early goals to lead 2-0 at the half. Less than 6 minutes into the second half the Fire found the back of the net giving us a 3-0 lead. The Shock snuck one in a few minutes later, but the Fire defense had enough of that and cruised the rest of the way to a 3-1 victory.
Fair Oaks Eagles - Santa Cruz Classic Tournament Finalist
The Fair Oaks Eagles returned to Santa Cruz hoping to defend its Title from the previous year. The Eagles advanced out of their Round Robin play with 23 points; having beaten Santa Cruz Jaws 2-0, Central Marin Gunners 3-0, and then playing their toughest match of the tournament tying Pleasanton Rage Orange 0-0. The Eagles advanced to the Championship game, but struggled to develop a disciplined passing game. We finished regulation and overtime tied 1-1 and ended up scoring losing in PK's 4-3. The Eagles almost secured a second championship; but in the process had a great time at a great tournament.
Fair Oaks Arsenal - ARYSL Goal Rush - Finalists
The Fair Oaks Arsenal won their first three games of the tournament in convincing fashion (5-1, 5-0, 5-1) against teams in their pool. Then in the Championship Game the Arsenal played their fellow Division-A rival the Orangevale United. A close game ensued, in the hot sun, and only a tip-in goal by the United (won 1-0), after a momentary breakdown in defense, kept this game from ending in a tie and going to penalty kicks like so many other championships did during the day.
The Arsenal played well all weekend which was highlighted by a coast-to-coast breakaway and goal by Scott Putty that few will forget. As you can imagine, scoring 15 goals in 4 games, there were lots of great shots and some excellent ball movement by the Arsenal players. Also, only giving up 3 goals the entire tournament just shows how impressive the defense continues to be for this team. Next up...the rematch with the OV United.
Fair Oaks Fire - ARYSL Goal Rush Tournament Champions
Once again the Fire battled through 3 tough prelim games prevailing 1-0 against AC United, 1-0 against Mercury & 1-0 against Folsom Kraze. The championship game put Fair Oaks Fire against the Redding Renegade Missfits who in our first tournament this season pretty much controlled the game. Thsi time, the Fire was ready taking them once again to Overtime & to P.K.'s where you got it! Rachel "The Wall" Burns recorded her 5th P.K. win in as many tries carrying her team to a 3-1 victory.
Fair Oaks Eagles - Pleasanton Soccer City Warmup - Finalists
The Fair Oaks Eagles finished in 2nd place in the Pleasanton Soccer City Warmup tournament.
The Eagles demonstrated a balanced game and had a lot of success from the forwards in the forward line, and continued to demonstrate a dominating defense by the midfield and defenders. In the round robin play, the Eagles outscored their opponents 9-0 and were 2-0-1. In the Championship game, the Eagles lost 1-2 on two goals made from free kicks outside the 18. Not a single game-time goal scored on the Eagles with glimpses of a new team coming together very nicely in their passing game, formations, and teamwork.
Fair Oaks Flash - Ft Bragg Skunk Classic - Champions
The Fair Oaks Flash won the Championship in Ft. Bragg. A tying goal was scored in the last 30 seconds by Dustin off of a header to even the score at 4-4. Going into PKs, the Flash's keeper blocked the final shot giving the team the championship. It was an awesome game and an even better finish.
Fair Oaks Rage - San Jose Magic Cup III Finalists
The U11G Fair Oaks Rage, led by head coach Beth Fuchs, traveled to San Jose to compete in the 2008 Magic Cup III. The ladies played inspired soccer advancing through their bracket undefeated while outscoring their opponents by a 15 - 2 margin.
In the finals, The Rage met the also undefeated Danville Mustangs. For 60 minutes, both teams moved the ball up and down the field with repeated scoring opportunities but in the end, Danville prevailed a 2-1 winner.
Congratulations to all The Rage players for a job well done in their first tournament together.
Fair Oaks Arsenal - Tiburon-Mill Valley Fall Kick-off Tournament Champions
The U12B Fair Oaks Arsenal come away as Champions. In the process, the Arsenal went 4-0 and won the tournament against some good competition. The Arsenal Beat Mill Valley United 2-0, Elk Grove Arsenal 1-0, Anadel Earthquakes 2-1, and then in the championship game the Arsenal beat Livermore Elite Pumas 4-1.
Fair Oaks Storm - Fort Bragg Tournament
The U16G Fair Oaks Storm outlasted division A & B opponents, the officials, broken bones, and many other injuries to come away with 3rd place. They only gave up 3 goals all weekend and won the consolation game 6-0. Good thing they have a couple of weeks off, so as to heal before league games start.
Fair Oaks Fire - Fort Bragg Tournament
The Fair Oaks Fire wins Skunk Classic for the 3rd time in the past 5 years. After battling through a pretty tough preliminary round of soccer, the Fire found themselves in the Championship game against Orangevale Vortex. After surviving 2 P.K. in regulation, the game went to P.K.'s where as usual Rachel Burns (a.k.a. "The Wall") came up huge in securing the win 4-2.
Fair Oaks Freedom - Elk Grove Sunstroke Tournament Champions!
The U19G Fair Oaks Freedom won the championship at the Elk Grove Sunstroke Tournament. They beat the Elk Grove Spirit in the championship game 2-1.
Fair Oaks Hawks -Claire Ann O'Neil/Mission Bell Classic Champions
In their first tournament of the season, the Fair Oaks Hawks U16B finished 1st
place in the Claire Ann O’Neil/Mission Bell Classic the weekend of August 9th
in San Rafael
The first game against Ballistic Black from Pleasanton
ended with a 4-0 win, and then beat the Santa Rosa Shamrocks 4-1, and finally the Central Marin Panthers 5-1 to get to the finals.
The final game was played against the Mustang Sharks, with regulation play, and two, 5 minute overtime periods ending in a 2 – 2 tie. The winner was decided after 16 rounds of PK’s with the Hawks winning 14 – 13 in PK’s. Of note, the boys played all 4 games with only 1 substitute against teams with 4 – 5 subs.
Fair Oaks Eagles - Novato Classic III - Finalists
August 3, 2008
The Fair Oaks Eagles (a U13 team) finished 2nd place in the U14 Division of the Novato Classic III tournament.
The Eagles demonstrated a balanced game and had a lot of success from the forwards in the forward line, and continued to demonstrate a dominating defense by the midfield and defenders. In the round robin play, the Eagles outscored their opponents 7-1 and were 2-0-1.
Fair Oaks Fire 98 - Puma-Seawolf Cup Tournament Champions!
The Fair Oaks Fire 98 U10 girls won the Championship of the 6v6 Puma-Seawolf Cup at Sonoma State University on July 20th. The Fire98 won all of their qualifying games 5-1, 5-2, 5-3 and won the Championship game against the Rohnert park Rush 3-2. The team played well and dominated all of their games.
FOSC Team Accomplishments for 2007
Fair Oaks Eagles
2007 METRO LEAGUE U12 Girls
The Fair Oaks Eagles, U12 Girls won the Cup Division for District Cup beating Folsom 3-2 in the Finals. An extremely windy game saw Fair Oaks go with the wind in the first half and go up 2-0. Using the wind in the 2nd half, Folsom scored a quick goal to pull within 1, but the Eagles battled back immediately going against the wind with a cross to an open player who scored 18 yards out putting the Eagles up 3-1 and never looking back.
U16 Boys, Fair Oaks Inferno wins the Championship at Land Park "Kick It" Tournament!
October 14, 2007
After Saturday’s 4-3 win over Elk Grove "The Team" and a 2-2 come back tie against the rival Foothill Wizards, the Sunday morning game was a must win in order to make it into the championships. The Inferno was on fire and closed out the Tahoe Park Tigres with a 2-0 win to go on to the championship game against the BAC Raptors. The Inferno never let up and won the championship against the BAC Raptors with a 4-1 victory!
Way to go Inferno!
U11 Boys, Fair Oaks Arsenal wins the Championship at U12 Fair Oaks Festival and has a 13-0 goal ratio against their opponentsOctober, 2007Game 1: Vs Orangevale United: Arsenal win 3-0 after being tied 0-0 at the half. Nick scored on a Chris assist. Chris scored on a Nick Assist and Matteo assisted another Nick Goal.
Game 2: Vs Rancho Cordova Element: Arsenal win 4-0. A game that could have been substantially more lopsided had the Arsenal not "Called off the Dogs".
Game 3: Vs El Dorado Hills Knights: Arsenal win 4-0. Again, the Arsenal thoroughly dominated this game.
Game 4: Vs Cal Rush Terminators: Arsenal win 2-0. The Arsenal controlled much of the game and the terminators really only had a few quality shots on goal the entire game. The final score was 2-0, but could have been much worse for the Terminators.
Great job Arsenal!
U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Storm wins the Championship at ARYSL
October 3, 2007
In the Storm's first game, vs Roseville Shock, they came away with a strong 3-0 win scoring the maximum 10 points for their first game. This was a huge win for the Storm, since the Shock team was an undefeated team 2 divisions higher in league play.
In their second game, vs Sierra Storm, the Storm pulled out another win with a score of 2-0 for 9 points.
The third game vs OV Rockets, was a convincing win 3-1 for 9 more points for the Storm. Finishing up the round robin play with a total of 28 points, the Storm had scored more points than any other U14 team in the tournament, advancing them to the Championship.
The final: CHAMPIONSHIP game: vs the Folsom Kraze, a dramatic nail biter. After a tie score of 2 to 2 with no scoring during the two five minute overtime minutes; the game went to Penalty Kicks where the Storm pulled out a 2-0 PK win to win the Championship.
Congratulations reigning 'coach of the year', Dave Alford and his trainer, Chrissy Pfanner.
Fair Oaks Extreme win the Championship in the Vacaville Cup!
October 9, 2007
In a mix of 12 teams and only playing with 12 girls, because of injuries, the Fair Oaks Extreme won the Championship with a 1-0 victory over the Heratage Addrenaline.
The Extreme won their flight with a 3-0 win over Vacaville Xtreme, a 2-1 win over the Folsom Blast and a solid 3-1 win over the Jack London Atlas. The weekend stats show a strong 9 goals for and only 2 against for the whole tournament. GREAT JOB!
ARYSL U16G Championship goes to the Fair Oaks Freedom
The Fair Oaks Freedom defeat the Folsom Bandits (higher ranked team) in PK's 4-3 to win the championship at the ARYSL Goal Rush tournament!
U12 Girls, Fair Oaks Eagles win the Championship at Mustang - Devil Mountain Classic Tournament.
September 5, 2007
The Eagles went into Mustang territory and came away champions. The Eagles advanced out of their Round Robin group with 3-0 victory over Modesto Ajax United, 4-0 win over WC Hot Shots, and a close 2-1 win over the Mustang Eagles. With a shortage of players, the Eagles called up Cierra Bleakly and Abby Fulton to help fill in and fill in they did, providing a burst of energy on the front lines causing the opponents defenders problems. The Eagles advanced out of the Round Robin with a goal ratio of 9-1.
The toughest game of the tournament proved to be in the Round Robin against the Mustang Eagles. A tie or win would advance the Eagles to the championship, and the Eagles scored the go ahead goal in the last 4 minutes of play. After the tough morning game, the Eagles breezed through the championship, beating the other Mustang Tigers team 4-1. Great job representing Fair Oaks Soccer Club on the home turf of Mustang.
FLASH 3-PEAT AS FAIR OAKS SOCCER FESTIVAL CHAMPIONS
August 19, 2007 - 02:40 PM --
In a must win game on Suanday morning, Justin Reyes scored the Flash's only goal to give them the victory over the tenacious Fair Oaks Force allowing them to advance to the finals.
In the championship, the Flash faced last year's championship opponent again, the Orangevale United and again prevailed with a shut-out in the Championship game with a hard fought 2-0 victory to capture the Championship for the third season in a row at the Fair Oaks Soccer Festival. Goals were scored by Kevin Omand and Blair Wallingford. Over the last 4 years, the Flash have finished in first or second in their division. A tremendous accomplishment.
FLASH Earn Silver at Ft. Bragg Skunk Tournament
August 12, 2007 - 12:40 AM --
Congratulations to all 18 players wearing the U19 Fair Oaks Flah uniform in Ft. Bragg. You came together as a team this weekend and proved you can play with the best. While the team did not get the gold medallions, they earned the respect of their opponents, and everyone watching the game for their skill and energy. The regulation Championship game ended 0-0, but the FLASH significantly out-shot the Santa Rosa Crew even though the Crew was certainly the best defense unit we had seen so far this season. After ending in a tie, the Crew came away with the victory off of penalty kicks. Always practice those penalty kicks!
With 10 teams accepted to the Skunk Classic, Ft Bragg turned yellow and black for the weekend.
U12 - Quakes U14 - Storm
U14 - Flash U16 - Freedom
U14 - Fury U19 - Spirit
U16 - Vipers U19 - Extreme
U19 - Force
Region IV Youth Referee of the Year!
When you read all the referee honors that Trever has received, as well as the significant games he has officiated, it comes as bit of a shock to learn that this 16 year-old Grade 8 only became a referee in 2005. Prior to that, he had been a player who enjoyed the sport, but found the etiquette and camaraderie of the referee community to be more to his liking.
As with most of our Young Referee candidates, Trever is a very bright young man with numerous school honors and a GPA of 3.87. In almost every case, the people who supported Trever’s nomination cite his professionalism, his sense of responsibility, and his commitment to officiating.
Region IV is pleased to name Trever Cox as its Young Male Referee of the Year, and to put his name into consideration for the title of U.S. Youth Soccer’s Young Male Referee of the Year.
Region IV incompasses California North, California South, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Washington and Wyoming
The Eagles competed in the Association Cup in January. As the younger U12 team, the Eagles competed in the U11 bracket of the Association Cup. They completed their season with a great run by finishing in the top 4 of the CYSA Northern CA championships out of the 26 teams that entered and the 200+ U11 teams playing in Northern California.
Hats off to Coaches Jeff Klein, Felipe Ortega, Christer Johansson , the players and all the parents for their hard work.
Coach Dave Alford
ARYSL Select Coach of the Year!
Coach Dave Alford was selected as the 2006 ARYSL Select Coach of the Year. Coach Dave coaches the U14 Girls, Fair Oaks Storm. This first year U14 team is was made up of a lot of new faces and an array of talent. Coach Dave did a great job melding the personalitites and making this team play hard. Coach Dave has been around Fair Oaks Soccer for a number of years, this being his third stint of coaching. In his spare time, Coach Dave keeps his skills sharp by refereeing games.
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