April Clinic 2015 Photos

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Sam at April Clinic 2

 

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Weekday/Sunday Practice & Pro Session Schedule is Posted

Pre-Season Field Space (no reservations – open for everyone):
Fri 9/4 and Mon, 9/7:
4-7:30: Estabrook, Harrington
5-7:00: Muzzey, Diamond
5:30-7:00: L1, L2, L3 (No L3 on 9/7), Center Track, Adams
Sat, 9/5: Center Field 12-6 PM
Sun, 9/6: Diamond Field (baseball side only) 12-6 PM

Program Start Dates:
9/8:
Pro-Sessions and assigned practices begins – See Schedule >
9/10:
Skills clinics for K, 1 and 2
9/12:
In-Town grades 1, 2; TOPS; 1st games for In-Town U9/10, BAYS Travel
9/13: High School pick-up
9/15: Skills clinics for Pre-K (Early Kickers)
9/19: Kindergarten Program

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BU16 LPDA Royals Win BU16 Title in Indoor Program

The Lexington Royals reformed late in the fall to play in the Teamworks Acton indoor program. Picking up from where they left off, they won the BU16 Division 1 title. In the final game of the playoffs they won an exciting game against Arlington by a score of 3 – 2, with the winning goal coming in the last 3 minutes of play.  

Top Row L-to-R: Tim Carruthers (coach), Simon Carruthers, Nick Barbesino, Josh Lane, Michael Bove, Aram Havan, Alfred Joseph, Nick Havan (coach)
Front Row L-to-R: Sagan Patarroyo, Ian Corbett, Hagop Kouchakdji, Eric Shiple, Zach Chan.

BU16 LPDA Royals

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BU14 Boys Win At Winchester Veterans Day Tournament

The BU14 Lexington United Team won its highly competitive group of 6 teams in the 2014 Winchester Veterans Day Soccer Tournament. The boys team, composed of BU14 players from the Lexington Thunder and the Lexington Coyotes, went 4-0 in the tournament and outscored opponents 10-2 over 4 games. The boys had fun and represented LUSC well with their play and sportsmanship!

Pictured players are:  (back row standing, left to right) Knut Lundstrom, Conor Murphy, Malte Steines, Coach Robin Charbit, Lenny Losen, Josh Fairman, Danny Nothaft, Andrew Zhang, Reign Charbit, Oliver Clackson, Yiming Zheng, Coach Steve Kaufman.
(front row kneeling, left to right) Sancho Maroto, Dan Winter, Barney Brandon, Charlie Mitchell, Kevin Chen, Oliver Rourke, Nate Sheehan, and fans Hugo Brandon and Milo Brandon.
(missing from photo) Coach Jack Lloyd, Robert Lloyd, Zach Kaufman

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photo by Nick Brandon

GU14 Lynx Go 10-0-0 to win their section

The LUSC Girls U14 Lynx completed the Fall 2014 season undefeated with a record of 10-0-0. Fueled by team work and powered by passion the Lynx paved their road to victory with a balanced attack, scoring 24 goals; no player scoring more than 4 on the season, and uncompromising defensive play, yielding just 2 goals in 10 games.

GU14 Lynx

The fall 2014 GU14 Lynx are:
Back row from left: Kiki Mamounas, Jessica Chase, Callie Moody, Courtney Campbell, Zoe Toulmin, Adri Ali Hassan, Abby Arliss, Claire McElwee, Emily Byers, Ava Courduvelis
Front row from left: Ellie Gruber, Elizabeth Whitman-Kinghorn, Eliza Miller, Elizabeth Ding, Lindsey Laquerre, Kate Robinson, Eva Pimlott
Not pictured: Anna Eaglesham

GU14 Fury/Blue Hawks Are Champions at Columbus Day Tournament

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Congratulations to the combined LUSC GU14 Fury/Blue Hawks team for winning their group’s championship at the 2014 Natick Columbus Day Tournament! The team finished first in its bracket (3-0) and ended up 5-0 overall, outscoring their opponents 10-1 and winning the championship with a 3-0 victory over Needham in the finals. Although the Fury/Blue Hawks went 5-0, each game was highly competitive and the girls played very well as a team and were able to triumph through outstanding combination passing, steadfast defense and goaltending, and clinical finishes. Players pictured in the photo are: (front row) Sydney Daruwala, Annie Daruwala, Fatoumata Sissoko, Hannah Sweeney, Sheyda Hershberger, Karen Foley, Anna Clough, Sophie Schadler (super fan); (back row) Isa Lundstrom Svahnqvist, Caroline Donaghy, Grace Smith, Pam Chiakpo, Lauren Mazza, Eliza Stokes, Danika Dai, Candela Amorrortu, Anne Grace Miniutti, Abigail Donaghy.

BU11 LUSC Team Reach Finals at Columbus Day Tournament

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Kudos to a combined LUSC BU11 LUSC team that won its bracket with a strong showing and went 4-1 overall, including posting two shutouts. Coming in as an underdog, the team exhibited impressive determination and excellent play that helped them advance to the championship game where they lost 4-3 in a very exciting game with Natick. The referee commented to the coaches after the match that, “it was one of the most exciting finishes he has officiated.”  Players pictured in the photo are: (front row) Andrei Buchatskiy, Eric Deschner, Aiden McCarty, Eric Edmunds, Sam Ades; (back row) Sam Charney, Costas Lambrinos, Matthew Favazzo, Francisco Amorrortu, Sam Chung, Manu Amundsen, Leo Seidel, Emilio Silerio and Octavio Sanrame. Missing are: Jack Murray, Charlie Beverly.

BU12 Dynamos/Dragons Make Semifinals at Columbus Day Tournament

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Kudos to a combined LUSC BU12 Lexington Dynamos/Dragons team that won its bracket at the 2014 Natick Columbus Day Tournament and advanced to the playoffs in exciting fashion, where they fell in the semifinals on penalty kicks against the Arlington Panthers. All four games played were thrilling, ending either in a tie or with a one-goal margin. The boys played extremely well as a group and improved significantly as the tournament went on. Players pictured in the photo are: (front row) Brian Healy, Fynn Jueppner, Josh Fein-Cole, Jacob Weinstein-Delahunt, George Athanasiadis, Matt Healy Ken Miyagawa; (back row) Chris Keefe, Sam Clough, Henry Graf, Matteo Arshad, Nate Croke and Matt Keefe.

 

Other Programs

TOPS
7 Saturdays, Diamond Field, 12:30-2:00 PM.

TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community based program that is designed to meet the needs of children and young adults that have physical and/or intellectual disabilities.  [read more]

U9-U11 Skills Academy

The LUSC Skills Academy is a training program where U9-11 players (3rd and 5th graders) receive an extra training session per week throughout the year to create a 3 practice/1 game ratio.  [read more]

 

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