West Valley soccer sweeps South Anchorage

FAIRBANKS — The West Valley High School boys soccer team earned three wins in three days at the Fairbanks Youth Soccer Association turf fields. And the third one was significant.

Source: West Valley soccer sweeps South Anchorage

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WOU Soccer adds three more for 2018

MONMOUTH, Ore.—Following the addition of three recruits during the early signing period in February, Western Oregon University’s women’s soccer coach Steve Ancheta has announced three more student-athletes to the club’s 2018 recruiting class.

Source: WOU Soccer adds three more for 2018

Coastal FC men’s soccer team wins Soccer City Cup – Peace Arch News

Premier men’s soccer team defeats Langley to claim title

Source: Coastal FC men’s soccer team wins Soccer City Cup – Peace Arch News

Coastal FC’s premier men’s soccer team has its second trophy of the season, after a convincing victory Saturday evening over Langley in the Soccer City Premier League Cup championship game.

The game – played at Newton Athletic Park – saw the Semiahmoo Peninsula side rush out to an early lead and never look back, en route to a 4-0 shutout.

“The result was never in question,” said Coastal FC head coach Corrado Lenzi.

Palmer girls’ soccer team finally gets the chance to hit the turf

PALMER, AK — It was only a scrimmage. But the Palmer Moose could not have been more excited.

Source: As teams across the Valley struggle with field conditions, Palmer girls’ soccer team finally gets the chance to hit the turf

After spending weeks steadily chipping away the snow and ice from their own turf at Machetanz Field, the Moose had a chance to scrimmage Homer Friday afternoon at Colony High School.

“Absolutely great, so exciting,” Palmer head coach Harmony Chadwick said after the scrimmage. “We still haven’t (played on) a full field at home.

Valley teams enter a new era in prep soccer

PALMER — Alaska high school is no longer a single classification sport.

Source: Valley teams enter a new era in prep soccer

During the offseason, the Alaska Schools Activities Association Board of Directors voted to split the 31 schools that feature girls and boys soccer into multiple classes. While the collective changes are drawing mixed reviews, Palmer girls head coach Harmony Chadwick is thrilled about the new Division II level, which features Valley programs from Palmer, Houston and Redington.

“I’m super excited,” Chadwick said. “I think its more equal for us.”

North Salem’s Swartzentruber retires after 31 seasons

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