Congratulations to the Tennessee SC 04 U10 North Boys Premier Team for taking the winning the TSC Battleground Tournament on Sept 21-22!
The U12 Select team won the United Cup with a 4-0 tournament record. They scored a total of 19 goals and only gave up 6. Roster includes: Jack Blackford, Naseem Abu Salim, Thomas Clark, Mason Long, Mac Seibert, Trey Oliver, Lorenzo Vera, Ethan Shelley, Nate Phillips, Ben Menko, Pedro Hernandez and Hunter Oubre.
The boys won another tournament in September, the Battleground Tournament of Champions, and went undefeated over the weekend. They played teams from Georgia, Arkansas, Ohio, and Tennessee, giving up two goals over two days. The boys played solid soccer despite the weather forcing several schedule delays and requiring games to be played at four different venues.
Tennessee SC 19 won the top U13 boys division of the Tennessee Cup over Labor Day weekend in Murfreesboro. The boys played teams from across Tennessee and Kentucky, losing one game 1-0 and shutting out the rest of their opponents along the way.
The 19 Boys next competitive event will be its own Battleground Tournament of Champions, to be held September 20-22 in Franklin and Brentwood, Tennessee.
Wade Wonderlin's 2019 Elite Boys (U13s) started their season off right with a convincing tournament win at the Stones River Futbol Club Summer Shootout in August 2013. The 19 Elite Boys won all three matches by a combined 12-3 score. This included results of 7-1 versus defending D3 champion SRFC on their home pitch, and two wins over a determined Gallatin Rangers side 3-2 and 2-0.
With this new team still coming together and some boys still finding their fitness, all boys played extensively and at a variety of positions. Keeper Jude Hammoud was a standout with strong and dominating play on Saturday, then was rewarded with a clean sheet in the Championship match. The boys embraced Wade's direction and played a possession game all weekend, ultimately resulting in at least 75% possession in the Championship match.
Goal scorers over the weekend included Alex Boger, Cason Percy, Anthony Suazo, Jake Browning, Patrick Doyle & Jackson Ellison.
Congrats to the 2019 Elite Boys on a great start to the season!
Tennessee SC 16 Premier was promoted to the MRL’s Premier II Division for the 2014 Spring MRL Season, after placing 2nd in the 2013 Spring MRL Season. Here is the current list of team’s in the Girls U16 2014 Spring MRL Premier II Division. Additional teams may be added to Premier II by MRL.
Crew Jrs Gold (OHS)
GTFC White (OHN)
LFC White (KY)
St Croix Academy Fusion (MN)
Metro FC Coraggio Premier (OHS)
Tennessee SC 16 Premier (TN)
After beating teams from MS, AR, and Tieing against the NC Team. The Boys coached by Randy Johnson made the Semi-Final round. They won the Semi-Final in a PK Shootout advancing them to the Championship Match. The Team did not win the Championship but made a good Show Finishing the Region III President's Cup as Finalist.
Tennessee SC 17 attended the Concorde-Fire Challenge Cup in the Atlanta, GA area the weekend of February 16-17. This was TSC 17 first event of the spring season and they started the season by winning the championship of the Champions Division. For their first game Saturday, TSC 17 played BUSA 99 ECNL, the 2012 AL state champions, and won 1-0. In their second game, TSC 17 played United FA 99 Red (GA) and won 3-0. On Sunday, TSC 17 played Concorde-Fire ECNL, the 2012 GA state semi-finalists, and tied 1-1 in a very hard fought and well played game. Concorde-Fire had a 1-0 lead at halftime and TSC 17 tied the game late in the 2nd half. With the tie to Concorde-Fire, TSC 17 advanced to the championship game against CSA ECNL U14, the 2012 North Carolina state champions. In the finals, neither team could find the back of the net with both teams defense stepping it up whenever the other team had scoring opportunities. On the final play of regulation, TSC 17 was able to finally score on a free kick set piece outside the box with the whistle blowing shortly after the ball hitting the back of the net. TSC 17 won the game 1-0 in a very exciting final. For the tournament, TSC 17 went undefeated, scored 6 goals, and allowed 1. Congratulations Coach and girls!