At the American Cancer Society Relay For Life,
our team will camp out overnight and take turns walking around the track
raise money and awareness to help the American Cancer Society save more
cancer. By joining or donating to our team, you will be a part of a
event that gives everyone in the community a chance to celebrate the
people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back
against a disease that takes too much.
Visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/CamasWashougal-Soccer-Club/111567139171 and share your first day stories.
The FREE Spring YDA will be an introduction to our year round YouthDevelopmentAcademy. The YDA is designed for the serious player wanting to develop the skills to compete at a higher level.
Camas/Washougal Soccer Club/Washington Soccer Academy, the largest youth soccer club in Southwest Washington, today announced the introduction of a new social media application designed to offer club players, families, coaches, and the public a unique way to stay current with all the latest CWSC/WSA news and multimedia information all in one place! The Android app will be the go-to source for everything soccer news related to CWSC/WSA.
In addition, CWSC/WSA is pleased to announce the launch of the iPhone Application is just weeks away.
The BU18 CW Fire won their semi-final match on Saturday to advance to the Championship match on Sunday, February 28 at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA. The CW Fire ended their semi-final match 2-0 after being deadlocked at 0-0 at the half against the FME Sharks. Scoring for the CW Fire were Louis Lindner and Tyler Yang. The CW Fire play the Tri-Mountain Avalanche in the final. The Avalanche won their semi-final match 3-1 against the VUSA 91 Blue. Clark County is well represented!
Camas-Washougal BU-13 Cheetahs lost in the title game of The Washington State President's Cup 1-0 last Saturday against a strong team from Sea-Tac (ST Jaguars). It was a very intense game with the defense making some terrific saves. This is the Cheetahs first loss all season and their very first appearance in the President's Cup. They are Coached by Wayne Svilar, Jay Bates, & John Ulmer. Coach Wayne Svilar has been doing double duty as he is also the coach of the CWSC BU-16 Rockets.
Drew McClelland, Jake Anderson, Joey Leaptrott, Jacob Bates, Jonathon Bartlett, Alex Barnes, Paul Powell, Matt Svilar, Sam Johnson, James Price, Bradley Stanchfield, Lucas Ulmer, Liam Bradley, Ben Klave, Allan Huang, & Josh Harimoto (not in picture)The BU16 Rockets breezed through their Round Robin round – and then lost 4-3 in the state SemiFinals against the HYSC Crushers.
Congratulations on a great season boys!!
GU15 Stars/GU18 Cool Cats also represented CWSC this past weekend but were eliminated during the round robin. Great jobs ladies for making it all the way to the state level!