Yavapai Gaming - August 2014

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5/1/2013 8:04:00 AM
Yavapai Soccer's U14 boys win Classic
Yavapai Roughriders U14 are: Coaches Mike Green, far left, and Craig Hacker, far right; back row, left to right: Chris Sterling, Evan Villar, Jose Meijia, Josh Castro, Cody Hacker, Brandon Fischer, Miguel Alvarez; front row: Joffrey Hammit, Steven Castro, Toby Edelstein, Garret Minarik, Shuler Cohan, Ricky Ayala, Nick Othon.
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Yavapai Roughriders U14 are: Coaches Mike Green, far left, and Craig Hacker, far right; back row, left to right: Chris Sterling, Evan Villar, Jose Meijia, Josh Castro, Cody Hacker, Brandon Fischer, Miguel Alvarez; front row: Joffrey Hammit, Steven Castro, Toby Edelstein, Garret Minarik, Shuler Cohan, Ricky Ayala, Nick Othon.
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Yavapai Soccer League boys U14 team won the AYSO Mile High Classic with a tournament record of 3 wins and 1 tie, and outscoring opponents 19-2. 

They entered the final game of the tourney needing two goals and a shut-out and came away with a 4-0 win. This has been a great season for this team and they will begin play next season in the AYSA Port of Subs League at U15. 

Tryouts for the team will be May 4 at 9 a.m. at Mountain Valley Park in Prescott Valley. Visit www.yavapaisoccer.com for more information.


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