Broadway Soccer Club finishes spring season

Posted: July 11, 2012

LYNX U-14: Shaylla Oswald, Mariah Trimble, Shianne Moubray, Nichole Dean, Bailey Morris, Destiny Ritchie, Kyla Zugelder, Sara Skinner, Sonya Brunk, Hannah MacDonald, Emily McPherson, Kendall Phillips, Kaitlin Parker, Autumn Simmons, and Abby Jessup. The team is coached by John Guengerich, Debbie Jessup and Amber Campitelli. Kelley Morris is the manager. (Photo by courtesy)
LYNX U-12:Jesse Byler, Gabriel Mast, Jared Mast, Max Galarza, Josh Keim, Seth Keim, Ezra Sawyer, Bryan Moubray, Karl Gabb, Issac Alderfer, Ben Alderfer, Reuben Mast, and Shannon Lowrey. The team is coached by Doug Alderfer and Andre Mast and is managed by Paul Gabb. (Photo by courtesy)
LYNX U-11: Lindsey White, Ravyn Mongold, Hannah Miller, Audrey Knupp, Jessica Cantrell, Amber Dispanet, Nakaila Gray, Brynn Hindgardner, Brenna O’Conner, Rachel Weaver, and Hannah Trimble. The team is coached by Bobby Mongold, Eric Miller and Robbie White. Crystal Mongold is the manager. (Photo by courtesy)

     The Broadway Soccer Club enjoyed its best season to date with three teams placing in the top two of their respective divisions within the Old Dominion Soccer League, based in Northern Virginia.This season, the club fielded five teams (3 boys, 2 girls), the most on record since its founding in 2008.
The U-14 girls, in their sixth season together, won their second consecutive championship in Division I. They avenged their only loss last fall by defeating the LFC Firedogs 3-1 this spring.  With a 7-0-1 record, they went undefeated for the first time since joining the ODSL.

The Lynx U-12 boys team celebrated a runner-up finish going 6-0-2 for the season. They finished undefeated with ties to Vienna and Ashburn. This marks the second season the team has been together and they will continue to climb the ladder up to Division 3 this fall.

The U-11 girls team finished 5-1-2, a single point out of the top position. In their final match, they tied eventual champion, NVSC Jr. Majestics from Mannasas.   They defeated teams from Springfield, Reston, Stafford and Warrenton along the way. This fall they will play in Division 1, the highest division.





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