Wellesley United

Soccer Club

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End of the season success

Celebrating Wellesley United Soccer Club

Our 8th grade Girls Warriors team led by Jonathan Martin, Carl Tucker and Meredith Lepper made the final of the Presidents cup to face Northboro Breakers. The girls played in a hard fought game which went right down to the wire with both teams playing some excellent soccer. Wellesley got the win from a great team move that started from the defenders winning the ball back and playing through the thirds with Abigail Tucker finishing off. Huge congratulations to the players, coaches and everyone associated with the team.

Also in Presidents cup action was our 5th grade girls Bolts team, they faced league stable mates Natick in the final held at Medfield. The game was one too many for the team as they lost out 3-0, congratulations to coach Tory and the girls for a very successful season.

Our 6th grade Boys Revolution side had a fantastic season, winning their league comfortably and reaching the finals of MTOC. The boys, coached by Will Corkhill and Steve Keresztes made their way to Lancaster to compete against the best teams from Massachusetts. Again they comfortably won their group winning every game and scoring 11 whilst only conceeding 2. They returned on Sunday to play AJAC from the Pioneer League, winning the game 4-1, Up next, the final against Framingham. The boys played a fantastic game winning 3-1 with 2 goals from Jack Kampe and a single from Jasper Gander. Well done to the Boys and Coaches!

Tournament success

The 4th grade Boys Black Rhinos team made the trip down to Long Island this weekend, returning to Wellesley as tournament champions. The boys, playing up a year for the first time at 9v9 won their group with a record of 1 win and 1 tie. They played the final against a club team from Connecticut winning the game 2-0 with goals from Sawyer Temple and Austin Del Col. 

Our successful Wellesley Premier League program continued at the North Kingstown Soccer Tournament in Rhode Island. Three 5th grade teams (2 girls, 1 boys) travelled down for the weekend in blazing hot conditions for the 2 day tournament. Our boys team won their group with 2 wins and a draw before playing in the final against a very strong club side from Rhode Island made up of 6th graders. The final went against them 2-5 with goals from Alex Perkin and Stephen Keresztes but the boys played some great soccer, particularly the 3rd grade players that helped out against players twice their size!

The two girls teams had mixed results. The red team playing in a very competitive group against older club sides, had a record of 1 win and 2 losses. The blue team played in a group where the team on top won the tournament. The team finished with a record of 3 wins and 1 tie, winning the group on a better goals against record then the home team from North Kingstown.

Spring season in numbers

This Spring season has been a hugely successful one, when games have been played! With 130 rescheduled games in total, it is amazing we have had the success we have, with 29 teams either winning their league or finishing as runners up.

League winners

Boys 5th grade Heat, Boys 5th grade Strikers, Boys 5th grade Eagles, Boys 6th grade Revolution, Boys 8th grade El Diablo, Boys 10th grade United. Girls 4th grade Rebels, Girls 5th grade Whirlwind, Girls 5th grade Dragons, Girls 5th grade Firecrackers, Girls 6th grade Huskies, Girls 8th grade Breakers, Girls 8th grade Warriors, Girls 8th grade Shooting Stars.

League runners-up

Boys 4th grade Lightening, Boys 4th grade Gladiators, Boys 4th grade Raiders, Boys 4th grade Wizards, Boys 6th grade Raiders, Boys 8th grade Warriors, Boys 8th grade Thunder. Girls 4th grade Avengers, Girls 4th grade Wave, Girls 5th grade Breakers, Girls 5th grade Tigers, Girls 5th grade Firestorm, Girls 6th grade Chargers, Girls 6th grade Flash, Girls 8th grade Wildcats.

The Spring season has seen 165 teams, 336 coaches and 1,857 players. From everyone at WUSC we'd like to thank you all for your hard work and dedication, we'll see you all again in the Fall!

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