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U12 Boys First Place Finish

Posted by Pewaukee Sussex United at May 3, 2018 3:54PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Congratulations to the U12B Red, coached by Rafael Dias, who finished the Rush Tournament in first place. The boys competed well for early in the season. In the 4-game series, they had 3 Wins and 1 tie.

Coach Dias’ U19 boys also competed at the tournament, with a 2nd place finish with 2 W and 1 L.

U11 Boys Raise the Cup!

Posted by PSU Communications at May 3, 2018 3:51PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The U11B Red, coached by Robert Renaud, raise the cup with excitement as the champions of the Rick Kilps Classic in Racine.

U14 Red Rick Kilps Runner Up

Posted by Pewaukee Sussex United at May 3, 2018 3:45PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The U14G Red, coached by Baz Greenaway, celebrate with their runners-up trophy at the Rick Kilps Classic in Racine. COYR!

Double Overtime determines the victor!

Posted by PSU Communications at Mar 29, 2018 4:21PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Congrats to Team Liverpool
h4. Boy’s Champions at the 5th Annual Futsal Tournament

There were 6 teams with mixed ages from U8 to U13. All the teams were evenly matched and every game was hard fought. The referees did a fine job staying on top of the games. There were some great goals and excellent saves. Some of the combination play was nothing short of spectacular.

The final demonstrated how even the competition was, as Liverpool and Arsenal battled to decide the tournament winner, Liverpool won with a blast into the upper corner of the goal late in the second overtime to be crowned Champions!

Liverpool was Zach Mattes, Ethan Paccagnella, Hayden Brown, Matthew Zietlow, Collin Miller, Willian Lopez, Max Landre, Evan Prescott, Iscaac Pittman and Coach Kurt Windbiel.

A Big Thanks goes out to Brian Schick and all the Volunteers that made this years’ tournament special!


Orlando Pride are the Champions!

The girls’ futsal tournament proved to be a very competitive day with spirited teams fighting each game to the delight of the fans. The games were very close, particularly in the later rounds. Ultimately, the championship was captured by the Orlando Pride, coached by Mark Hagen. The championship game against the Chicago Red Stars was tied 2-2 at half, and that score remained until there were 4 minutes left. A late goal proved to be the difference maker and the defense held off some late charges by Chicago, highlighted by some amazing goalie work. All day the girls played some fantastic soccer and it looks like they are ready for the Spring Season!