The CYSA U-14 Warriors just reached the milestone of 100 full-sided game wins. The core team has been playing together since 2009 and includes athletes from the schools Chambersburg, Shippensburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Southern Fulton, James Buchanan, McConnellsburg, Corpus Christi, and CVCS. They play for in the Premier Division of CPYSL.
In the last seven months the Warriors record is: 34-5-1. They hope to realize their next achievement of 200 overall wins by the end of this season.
The current team includes Nathen Snyder, Hunter Garcia, Emily Bard, Kyle Spedden, Luke Myers, Colby Walker, Kaiden Estep, Eli Black, Nuke Hubbard, Ian Weikel, Landon Seiders, Alec Truett, Kenneth Hott, James Merkle, Brent Ditzler, Garrick Hilll, and Aiden Howard.
Players that have been on the roster are Ryan Espinosa, Terrell Samuels, Chuy Munoz, Tyler Luther, Amin Butler, Abe Fox, Emmanuel Hewitt, Nathaniel Boeckman, Spencer Rajtik, Dawson Avey, Nash Bothe, Trentin Overcash, and Colby Miller.
Since 2009 the Warriors Full Sided record is: 100 - 68 - 11 and their overall record is: 190 - 88 - 11.
CYSA 00 Warriors dominated the winter season. The Warriors had 32 wins and 5 loses over the last 4 months. They won the Next Level Futsal league, the Chambersburg Rec Indoor regular season and capped it off winning the Shamrock Shootout. The Warriors have a big spring season coming up. They are 3 wins away from winning their 100th full sided game. They are expected to accomplish that during the first weeks of April. They will be playing in several Tournaments including the Presidents Cup, Hershey Invitational, Adidas Gateway Classic, and the Manhiem Mid Atlantic Cup. You can follow the Warriors on their CYSA page.
CYSA players are joining forces in the off-season to stay in shape, have fun, and learn some futsal! Co-ed teams from all levels (U9-U18) are combining to take the gyms at Winebrenner (Chambersburg) by storm.
The futsal league is part of the CYSA initiative for year-round play, keeping soccer players in shape, keeping them active, and teaching them new skills. Combined with Next Level Soccer training (which begins later in January), players have the ability to grow during the off-season and are prepared to take the field for competitive play in the Spring.
For information about Next Level Soccer (offered both in the winter and the summer) click here.