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December 7, 2000
Orange Coast United Rush closed out its Coast Soccer League season with a 2-0 victory Saturday over Los Gauchos of Redlands. Ali Torres scored the first goal, and Sasha Key added the second off an assist from Elyse VanLeer. Courtney Anderson, Robin Ibbetson, Amy Staudinger, Cindy Mendoza, Jaque Anderson and Samantha Castillo also contributed to the Rush offense. Defensively, Jennifer Powell, Chelsea Wisdom, Brianna Baker, Amanda Shaw and goalkeeper Tori Rocke aided the shutout.
NEWS
December 7, 2000
The North Huntington Beach Soccer Club ended Coast Soccer League play last weekend with four of its girls teams -- Under 11 Gold, Under 14 Gold, Under 15 Silver Elite and Magic Under 19 Premier -- winning league championships. The Under 11 Gold team finished with a 9-2-3 record, and its 14 opponents scored a total of just nine goals. The team's strong showing was attributed to the play of goaltender Shannon Simpson and defenders Taylor Campbell, Kyla Fenning, Monica Garcia and Mackenzie Scott.
NEWS
September 4, 2003
The Lightning, a local Commonwealth Football Club girls' Under-17 team in the Coast Soccer League, returned home with four victories at the Gothia Cup tournament held in Gothenburg, Sweden. With a 4-2-1 record in a 38-team bracket, the Lightning placed third overall. The international event involved 1,200 teams representing 60 countries. Prior to arriving in Gothenburg, the Lightning played two practice matches in London and went on a sightseeing tour that involved visits to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Tower of London and the House of Parliament.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
Gold Coast Xtreme club soccer team, who will move up to under-13 division in the Coast Soccer League this fall, won its division championship at the Irvine Memorial Cup tournament. In the championship game, the Xtreme fought back for a 4-1 victory over Santa Monica United Sparks. The Sparks had led 1-0 at halftime, but two quick goals to open by Devon Shinn allowed the Xtreme to take the lead for good. Halle Bissin scored the final two goals of the match, one off a pass from Caitlin Fromkneght.
LOCAL
August 18, 2008
Joseph Aubele Community Correspondent On Sunday the Gold Coast Xtreme Gunners, a boys U12 team of the Gold Coast Xtreme Soccer Club, defeated the Lnysa Red Bulls on penalty kicks in a championship game of the FC Irvine Showcase tournament. Thanks to a first half goal by Mark Hiserodt the Gunners enjoyed a 1-0 lead at halftime.  Lnysa tied the game early in the second half, and regulation time end/Users/jaubele1/Pictued with the teams tied 1-1.  After two scoreless overtime periods the Gunners netted two penalty kicks -- one each by Trevor Anderson and Ryan Gehris -- while Gunners goalkeeper Chris Brennan stopped  each of the four penalty kicks he faced.
NEWS
December 11, 2003
The Xtreme, in its first year in the Coast Soccer League, won the fall league championship. The girls' Under-11 squad captured first-place with a 10-2-2 record and finished the regular season as one of the league's highest-scoring teams. Midfielder Devon Shinn led the team in scoring followed by midfielder Sarah Wilkenson and forward Katie Combest. Also leading the Xtreme at the midfield and forward positions were Natalie Bergeron, Hanna Mais, Emily Walling, Shannon Wright, Kelly Lesser and Courtney Garrity.
SPORTS
October 27, 2005
The 2-2 match keeps local team in first place in Coast Soccer League.A 2-2 tie against Cypress Elite Saturday didn't affect Code Red in the Coast Soccer League standings, as the local girls' under-14 team maintained its hold on first place. Code Red struck first when Andrea Ecker found Erika Longoria on the wing and Longoria hit a chip shot for a 1-0 lead. Cypress retaliated with consecutive goals to go up 2-1, and that score stood until the final minute of regulation play. In that final minute, Ecker was taken down by a Cypress player in the penalty box, and Code Red was awarded a penalty kick.
SPORTS
October 20, 2005
Local girls' soccer team beats Irvine, Bayern to stay atop standings in Silver Central bracket.South Coast Code Red, a girls' under-14 soccer team, scored a pair of victories over the weekend to solidify its first-place standing in the Silver Central bracket of the Coast Soccer League. Code Red 3, FC Irvine 1 The Code Red defensive unit -- led by sweeper Jodi Hwang, keeper Tiffany Van Tress and fullbacks Rebecca Cruz and Lauren Hanson -- kept Irvine off the scoreboard in a scoreless first half.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 16, 2009
The biggest tournament of their lives starts Wednesday. After all, it can?t get much bigger than the United States Youth Soccer national championships, which take place next week in Lancaster, Mass. But, for Mikhaila Bowden and Nikki Fedele, the journey to this point with the Southern California Blues Under-15 girls? soccer team has already been memorable. Bowden, who will be a junior at Ocean View High, is a starting defender for the Blues, who won the Region IV title last month in Lancaster.
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By Matt Szabo | July 16, 2009
The biggest tournament of their lives starts Wednesday. After all, it can?t get much bigger than the United States Youth Soccer national championships, which take place next week in Lancaster, Mass. But, for Mikhaila Bowden and Nikki Fedele, the journey to this point with the Southern California Blues Under-15 girls? soccer team has already been memorable. Bowden, who will be a junior at Ocean View High, is a starting defender for the Blues, who won the Region IV title last month in Lancaster.
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LOCAL
August 18, 2008
Joseph Aubele Community Correspondent On Sunday the Gold Coast Xtreme Gunners, a boys U12 team of the Gold Coast Xtreme Soccer Club, defeated the Lnysa Red Bulls on penalty kicks in a championship game of the FC Irvine Showcase tournament. Thanks to a first half goal by Mark Hiserodt the Gunners enjoyed a 1-0 lead at halftime.  Lnysa tied the game early in the second half, and regulation time end/Users/jaubele1/Pictued with the teams tied 1-1.  After two scoreless overtime periods the Gunners netted two penalty kicks -- one each by Trevor Anderson and Ryan Gehris -- while Gunners goalkeeper Chris Brennan stopped  each of the four penalty kicks he faced.
SPORTS
October 27, 2005
The 2-2 match keeps local team in first place in Coast Soccer League.A 2-2 tie against Cypress Elite Saturday didn't affect Code Red in the Coast Soccer League standings, as the local girls' under-14 team maintained its hold on first place. Code Red struck first when Andrea Ecker found Erika Longoria on the wing and Longoria hit a chip shot for a 1-0 lead. Cypress retaliated with consecutive goals to go up 2-1, and that score stood until the final minute of regulation play. In that final minute, Ecker was taken down by a Cypress player in the penalty box, and Code Red was awarded a penalty kick.
SPORTS
October 20, 2005
Local girls' soccer team beats Irvine, Bayern to stay atop standings in Silver Central bracket.South Coast Code Red, a girls' under-14 soccer team, scored a pair of victories over the weekend to solidify its first-place standing in the Silver Central bracket of the Coast Soccer League. Code Red 3, FC Irvine 1 The Code Red defensive unit -- led by sweeper Jodi Hwang, keeper Tiffany Van Tress and fullbacks Rebecca Cruz and Lauren Hanson -- kept Irvine off the scoreboard in a scoreless first half.
NEWS
By: | September 28, 2005
SOCCER Coast Soccer League Girls under 9 The Irvine Lasers Girls Under-9 bronze west team put together two more wins in Coast Soccer League action. The Irvine Lasers defeated the Rancho Santa Margarita Soccer Club, 6-0. Brynn Motal who had three scores. Hailey Hite, Anna Chin and Katie Craig each scored goals. In their second game, the Lasers also beat the Fury Futbol Club from Aliso Viejo, 6-0. Emily Martinez scored twice. Brianna Westrup, Nicholle Frei, Brynn Motal and Karina Mickelson each scored goals in the Fury match.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
Gold Coast Xtreme club soccer team, who will move up to under-13 division in the Coast Soccer League this fall, won its division championship at the Irvine Memorial Cup tournament. In the championship game, the Xtreme fought back for a 4-1 victory over Santa Monica United Sparks. The Sparks had led 1-0 at halftime, but two quick goals to open by Devon Shinn allowed the Xtreme to take the lead for good. Halle Bissin scored the final two goals of the match, one off a pass from Caitlin Fromkneght.
NEWS
December 11, 2003
The Xtreme, in its first year in the Coast Soccer League, won the fall league championship. The girls' Under-11 squad captured first-place with a 10-2-2 record and finished the regular season as one of the league's highest-scoring teams. Midfielder Devon Shinn led the team in scoring followed by midfielder Sarah Wilkenson and forward Katie Combest. Also leading the Xtreme at the midfield and forward positions were Natalie Bergeron, Hanna Mais, Emily Walling, Shannon Wright, Kelly Lesser and Courtney Garrity.
NEWS
September 4, 2003
The Lightning, a local Commonwealth Football Club girls' Under-17 team in the Coast Soccer League, returned home with four victories at the Gothia Cup tournament held in Gothenburg, Sweden. With a 4-2-1 record in a 38-team bracket, the Lightning placed third overall. The international event involved 1,200 teams representing 60 countries. Prior to arriving in Gothenburg, the Lightning played two practice matches in London and went on a sightseeing tour that involved visits to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Tower of London and the House of Parliament.
NEWS
December 7, 2000
Orange Coast United Rush closed out its Coast Soccer League season with a 2-0 victory Saturday over Los Gauchos of Redlands. Ali Torres scored the first goal, and Sasha Key added the second off an assist from Elyse VanLeer. Courtney Anderson, Robin Ibbetson, Amy Staudinger, Cindy Mendoza, Jaque Anderson and Samantha Castillo also contributed to the Rush offense. Defensively, Jennifer Powell, Chelsea Wisdom, Brianna Baker, Amanda Shaw and goalkeeper Tori Rocke aided the shutout.
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