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July 2005 thru September 2005

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September 2005|
Kennington Gets Winner For Oral Roberts University Against Belmont
Joey Kennington (WSA 85) has had an auspicious beginning to his collegiate career at Oral Roberts University.  In his first ever collegiate game Kennington was asked to defend two of the nation’s top forwards in Todd Goddard and Kyle Brown, when ORU met T.U. on September 1st.  Kennington played near flawless in helping ORU defeat the nationally ranked T.U. Golden Hurricane 3-1.  It marked only the second time in 25 years that ORU had defeated TU in men’s soccer.  Then two days later Kennington, again playing marking back, helped ORU defend for 120 minutes of soccer against Belmont University.  The match went through two Golden Goal periods, and in the dying moments, Kennington made an 85 yard, “coast to coast”, run after ORU won a defensive corner and counter-attacked.  The workmanlike attitude paid off because with 2.2 seconds remaining a deflected shot landed at Kennington’s feet and he put home the winner for the Golden Eagles, a goal which propelled the team to their first national ranking.  Also contributing valuable minutes for ORU in both games was WSA teammate Tony Quartuccio.  ORU currently stands at 2 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie on the season with Mid-Con play around the corner.  [09/16/05]

89 Girls Champions of BASC Labor Day Tournament

       The 89 girls continued their winning ways of last year by claiming the Broken Arrow Soccer Club Labor Day Championship on Monday, September 5th.  The girls defeated a tough Conway United 88 girls team in the final by a score of 1-0.  After giving up no shots on goal in the final behind an organized defense, the team capped what many coaches would consider an ideal weekend by going undefeated and  unscored on the entire tournament.  
       The 89 girls opened the tournament beating J.B. Marine 88 out of St. Louis 4-0 on Saturday morning.  In spite of the score, J.B. Marine proved to be a worthy opponent, and WSA's opportunistic attitude took advantage of the chances they created.  WSA then defeated Greenbrier Arsenal 4-0, once again limiting their opponent to few chances, while creating several of their own that they didn't quite finish. In their final first round match WSA defeated Conway United 89 by a score of 2-0, which secured their both in the final as the bracket winner.  Facing Conway's older team the next day was a challenge as Conway United 88 had ripped through their bracket defeating TSC 89, J.B. Marine 89, and Bartlesville 88 along the way.
       The championship trophy marks the team's third championship trophy since April, and improved on last year's Labor Day tournament finish, when the team was beaten in the finals. The 89 girls are coached by Roger Bush and Jamie Johnson.
       Congratulations 89 girls on a superb weekend!  [09/07/05]
|August 2005|

No news for August 2005
|July 2005|
The University of North Carolina Women's Soccer team will be opening their 2005 season in Topeka at Hummer Park.  We have tickets availabe at the Premiership Sports office in Overland Park.  The cost of the tickets are $11.50 each which includes BOTH the Friday, August 26th match against Tennessee and the Sunday, August 28th match against Colorado.  Please contact me at if you would like to purchase tickets.  Kids under four years old are free.

Dana Parry
Premiership Sports
(913) 451-0960 [07/31/05]

YOUTH MODULE I (u6 and u8 player)
          The Sand Springs Soccer Club and West Side Alliance Soccer Club have been approved by OSA to host the Youth Module I and Youth
Module II coaches courses.  The Youth Module I course focuses on teaching and coaching the u6 and u8 player, while the Youth Module II course focuses on teaching and coaching the u10 player.
          The course will cover the weekend of Friday, August 19th and Saturday, August 20th.  Classroom sessions will be held on Friday at St. Patrick’s church in Sand Springs, and field sessions will be held on Saturday at the Rivercity Parks sports complex. 
          Craig Anderson, a nationally licensed coach for WSA, and Roger Bush, WSA Director of Coaching, who has completed his certification for Youth Module I and Youth Module II, will instruct the course. 
          More information will be available within the week for registration.  The course calendar is below.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19th:  @ St. Patrick’s Church, Sand Springs
5:45-- 6:00  Check-in for Youth Module I
6:00 – 7:30  Class Session, Youth Module I
7:30 – 7:45  Check-in for Youth Module II
7:45 – 9:15  Class Session, Youth Module II
 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20th:  @ Rivercity Parks, SSSC Complex
9:00 – 10:00 a.m. Field Session I, u6 session
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Field Session II, u8 session
11:00 – 12:00 p.m. Lunch
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.  Field Session I, u10 activities
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.    Field Session II, u10 technical
*Click here to view OSA approval of In-House Certifcation
* links currently unavailable [07/15/05]
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