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Galt FC Premier Jets U12 boys win the Nike Mustang Stampede in Danville Ca
The Galt FC Premier Jets U12 Boys spent 3 days in Danville, Ca wrapping up another Championship this last weekend.
The boys had to make the trip to Danville on friday after school for the first game of the tourney on Friday night. They played the Ethos Saints FC Blue 01 from Eldorado Hills earning an impressive 5-0 win. The Jets then faced De Anza Force from Cupertino, the number 17 team in NorCal. That was a tough game as expected, Galt met the challenge and came out on top 2-0. The next match was against Danville's home team Mustang Alianza. The boys pressed hard the whole game winning 5-0 ensuring them a trip to the Semi Finals on Sunday morning. The Semi Finals were set and the Jets were matched up a against a very tough San Juan Lightning team. The boys were focused and played hard resulting in a 2-0 victory and a trip to the Finals. The team Galt was to face in the finals was the Burlingame Tornados who came out of the other side of the Bracket in very dominating fashion. The boys knew they had to bring their "A Game" in order to prevail and bring home another Championship to Galt. They brought it alright, and more, winning 4-0 going away. It was a very impressive win and another tournament the Jets defense did not allow a single Goal scored against them. Galt FC Premier Jets have 5 tournament Championships and a 2nd place finish since April, way to go Boys!
Galt United Premier U12 soccer team wins the Division 1 Stanford Summer Classic Championship.
This past weekend our Galt United Premier Boys soccer team played in the Stanford Summer Classic Division 1 soccer tournament in Palo Alto. The boys were matched up against the host team Stanford Catatumba First game of the tourney. That game proved to be a good start to the weekend for Galt winning 8-0. The next game had a lot more riding on it. Galt had to play the Orchard Valley Spartans which Galt played this last season in the State Cup Championship game. Galt had won that State Cup game in double overtime for the Championship.The boys knew O.V. wanted revenge for that loss, but it wasn't going to happen Saturday for the Spartans team as Galt dominated the game with an 8-2 victory. Sunday brought the semi-finals and a tough, very physical Juventus Fury team. Galt jumped out early with there high powered offense scoring quick and they never looked back for a 4-1 win. This win sent them into the Championship game against one of the top teams in the state, Santa Rosa. The game was very close and extremely physical. The game remained 0-0 at half time and the boys knew they had to turn up the intensity in the second half. Galt scored a goal about midway through the second half and they let there defense take over from there. Galts defense which is undeniably one of the top in the state and showed that once again denying Santa Rosa of any goals.
The final score was 1-0 in Galts favor bringing another Championship home. This team is something special and are looking forward to representing Galt soccer for years to come.
Galt FC Heat United Girls make a Splash at the Santa Cruz Breakers Cup 2012 Soccer Tournament
In the first tournament of the fall season, the weekend of August 4th& 5th, Galt FC Heat United girls soccer team took the Girls U16 Gold Championship!
Saturday morning games started with overcast skies and a few drizzles, but that didn’t stop Heat United from shutting out Washington State Crossfire Premier girls 97, ranked #4 in their state, with a 1-0 score. Samantha Trammell scored the winning goal in the first half with a nice assist from Rita Santoyo.
Game two on Saturday, Galt FC Heat United shut out Walnut Creek SC Blast 7 to 0! Emerald De La Torre scores with an assisted by Abriana Cardenas. Jessica Hartwell scored off of WC defense. Second half goals were scored by Cierra Moreno, assisted by Jessica Hartwell, Savannah Porter earned herself a hat trick with three goals assisted by Sarah Stotts, Samantha Trammell and Rhea Hartwell, respectively. The final goal of the game was scored by Abriana Cardenas, assisted by Savannah Porter.
A sunny Sunday morning greeted the team for game three, against Modesto Ajax Elite 98G. Heat United came out on top with a win of 5 to 1. First half Goals were scored by Jordann Vigna (Jessica Hartwell assist), Jessica Hartwell (Goalie, Amelia Landry assisted), and Rhea Hartwell on a foul kick! Second half goals scored by Cierra Moreno (Abriana Cardenas assist), and Jessica Hartwell (Makenzie Bailey assist).
Heat United faced off with Citrus Heights Sunrise in the championship game Sunday afternoon. Cierra Moreno, assisted by Savannah Porter scored the winning goal in the first half to take the championship win. Final score, 1-0!
A HUGE thank you goes out to coaches Daniel Moreno and Jason Vigna. Their dedication and knowledge of the game really shows once this team takes the field!
This season has been dedicated to the memory of Shannon Raymond, who’s “coaching from the sidelines” was always a huge inspiration to the players and parents! Forever in our hearts!
Finally, where would the full success of a team be without their defense and mid fielders? Without them, the team would not have been able to go the entire weekend with only one goal scored against them. Special acknowledgement goes out to our amazing goalie Amelia Landry, Sydnie Quinones, Gianna Vigna, Rhea Hartwell, Cierra Moreno, Savannah Porter, Rita Santoyo, Sarah Stotts, Samantha Trammell, Jordann Vigna, Nina Airoso, Makenzie Bailey, and Emerald De La Torre.
Galt United Premier U12 Boys win Albion National Showcase Cup in San Diego
The Galt United U12 boys’ soccer team made the long journey down to San Diego to represent Northern California in a National Showcase tournament, the Albion Cup. The boys were the only team from Nor Cal at their age group.
The tournament started Saturday with Galt playing Tustin FC Strikers from Los Angeles, and the boys battled very hard, earning a 2-0 win. Getting the first win out of the way, the team settled into their game and were focused on winning the Cup. The next game was against Encinitas FC Express from Southern California, and it resulted in a dominating 6-0 win for Galt.
On Sunday morning, the boys faced the home team, San Diego’s Albion Red.
They had a lot of loud support there, but the boys weren’t bothered by it and came out on top 2-0. The semi-finals Sunday night was against Beach FC from Redondo Beach. Galt put the hammer down and won 6-0, earning them a trip to the championship game on Monday. San Juan Capistrano FC United Black was the team they had to face. The game was a battle from the starting whistle and ended up tied 0-0 at the end of the game.
The teams played two 10-minute sudden death overtime periods, still with no score. It came down to penalty kicks, which Galt won by one goal, giving them the Championship Cup. The boys did not allow a single goal against them the entire tournament.
Fisrt ever Galt FC / Dinamo Camp is completed!!!!
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