Youth soccer takes to the pitch for another season

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Ava Harlan supports her teammate for Team Planet Stone against the Progressive Cabinetry defenders Magness Rollins and William Pakbaz. - Monica Simpson | Sun

The 8-10-year-old age group is a tight three-team league with Planet Stone currently on top with a record of 2-1-1

Ugly Grouper is right behind having played an additional game and having one more loss. Progressive Cabinetry’s fight hard attitude gives it a current record of 1-2-2

Team Planet Stone and Progressive Cabinetry met head-to-head last Tuesday night. The defensive battle ended the first half of play with the score 1-1.

After 12 minutes of play in the first half of the game, both teams took the field for what would be a scoreless second half.

Putting the second tie in the record book, Planet Stone proved there are contenders in the fall soccer season.

Playing back-to-back games, Progressive Cabinetry could not keep up with the offensive attack of Team Ugly Grouper. Ugly Grouper dominated the field ending the game with the score 3-0.

In a role reversal, Ugly Grouper’s second game of the night was a challenge against Planet Stone. The third game of the night ended with Planet Stone taking the win with three goals.

The 11- to 13-year-old league has a clear leader early in the season with Bins Be Clean undefeated for the time being. Slim’s Place has a 1-1 record, while Wash Family Construction plays with determination looking for their first win.

Bins Be Clean won both of its games last Tuesday night, scoring two goals against Slim’s Place and four against Wash Family Construction.

In their head-to-head, Slim’s Place took the win against Wash Family Construction. Both teams worked hard on the field, having already played one game. The defense of Wash Family Construction could not stop the offensive attack of Slim’s Place, losing the game 3-6.

With four more weeks of regular season play, each of the six teams face off each Tuesday night leading to the championship games on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

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