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2017 Jaguar Invitational – Wow…. What a GREAT weekend UPPER 90 FC had at the 2017 Jaguar Invitational. We had a lot of GREAT soccer play, good team and parent bonding, and some awesome weather.

Here are some stats for you. 8 Teams, 31 games coached, a record of 18 wins, 10 losses, 3 ties, 2 champions crowned, 2 finalists crowned, and 2 additional teams advanced to the semis.

Way to come to play and represent!

 

2017 Louisville Cup – Crowned Champions

Congratulation to the UPPER 90 FC 01 Boys for going 3 – 0 this weekend and bring home a Championship win.  They defeated an Indiana Fire Juniors team (ranked 6th in Indiana) in the championship.

Congratulations o the UPPER 90 FC 02 Boys for going 3 – 0 this weekend and bring home a Championship win too. They defeated Southern Indiana United team in the championship.

Way to represent this weekend. #UPPER90FCPride  #StriveForGREATNESS

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Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s U14 Boys.
2017 Cincinnati Elite Spring Thaw – The boys made the Championship game and played it to a 1-1 tie against KINGS HAMMER ACADEMY KHA 03 RED (KY) (Ranked # 6 in KY) but in the end lost in a PK shootout. Great weekend guys!

#StriveforGREATNESS

CONGRATULATIONS to UPPER 90 FC and Columbus East FC for their merged talent performances last weekend (March 10-12, 2017) in the APC Premier Cup Boys Tournament in the Virginia area.

The U13 team (with UPPER 90 FC’s Connor Bozak, Gavin Hill, Nathan Trickett, and Nathanial Vakos) boys took 1st place in the Championship Division while the U14 (with UPPER 90 FC’s Allen Prechtel, Chase Miller, and Gavin Csiszar) boys finished in second place.

#BringTalentTogether

 

Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s Abby Koly, Juliet Seng, and Taylor Shadle for being invited to play in a couple ODP friendly matches in Michigan.

Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s Riley Madden and Chase Miller
for being invited to play in a couple ODP friendly matches in Michigan.

Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s Ariana Vakos
for being ask to compete on a U11 Team in the 2017 US Youth Futsal National Championship.  The Girls took second place.  Way to represent Ariana.

Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s U12 Ladies
for their 2nd Place finish in the 2017 National Indoor Championship Girls Gold Division.

Congratulations to UPPER 90 FC’s own Parker Csiszar
Parker Csiszar (Coach Tony’s son) and the Medina Boys High School Soccer team advanced to the 2016 OHSAA State Semifinals.

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Columbus Crew SC Academy was in the house tonight.
A big THANK YOU to Mr. Dennis Sanchez, Columbus Crew SC Academy General Manager, (to the right of Coach T in the picture) for coming out to spend some time, check out our boys, and talk a little soccer with UPPER 90 FC tonight. What a great experience for our youth.

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Congratulations to the UPPER 90 FC U13 Ladies
for their 2nd Place Finish (Division Black) in the 2016 Ohio Premier Invitational.

Congratulations to the UPPER 90 FC U15 Boys
for their 2nd Place Finish (Serie A) in the 2016 Donatos Soccer Classic.

Nathanial Vakos brings home gold from the world’s third largest Youth Soccer Tournament!

The North American All Stars (NAAS) is an elite soccer team composed of 16 Northeast Ohio area Youth Soccer players born in 2002, 03′, and 04′ representing more than a dozen communities.   The multicultural team of kids from more than 10 different nationalities was guided by coaches from four different countries.

The team competed against and dominated teams from Norway, Germany, Macedonia, and Kosovo, were undefeated for all 9 games of the tournament, and outscoring their opponents 34-0. In fact, NAAS is the first team from the U.S. to win the U13 title since the tournaments inception in 1982.

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Chase Miller selected to participate in the ODP Select program for Ohio North Soccer
From his performance in this program he was selected and attended the US Soccer Region 2 ID camp in Saginaw, Michigan. He was also invited to the US Soccer Training Center in Columbus Ohio to train.
Way to represent, Chase!