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Round Rock downed Cedar Park 6-2 last week and came into Tuesday night's
contest as the team to beat for inter-district play. As they were the
home team they made it a point to leave the Cedar Park (Saturday game)
score of 6-2 up on the scoreboard for warm-ups.
In the early minutes it appeared as if Round Rock was the team to beat
with several early challenges on the Ranger goal. The Vista backline
settled down and then commanded the night handily.
At the 25 minute mark Freshman defender Tiffany..... made a backline
overlap challenge and topped the Round Rock Goalie to take a 1-0 lead.
Vista went into half time 2-0 by way of another Vista goal provided
In the second half the Vista backline continued to dominate play with
few challenges on goal, which provided opportunities for the front
line to advance on the Round Rock goal almost at will. Vista went up
3-0 off a redirected corner which found Freshman winger Erynn Johns on
the back post for a header goal. Vista then sent their game into high
gear and added two late goals on a breakaway from Johns and well a
placed distance shot from .....
Vista Ridge Defenders Sophie Taylor and Brooke.....were key in posting
the shutout. While Katerine Fannous and Samantha Mayock were
standouts for Round Rock.
Play resumes today for Round Rock vs Vandegrift and Vista Ridge vs
Box Score After Break
Contribution from Austin Aztex Media Relations and Lonestar Soccer Club
AUSTIN, Texas (January 8, 2014) — The Austin Aztex announced today that Paul Dalglish will join the coaching staff of Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake, winners of the 2009 MLS Cup and finalists in 2013. Dalglish will serve as an assistant coach under new head coach, Jeff Cassar. Dalglish also served as a coach for the Lonestar Soccer Club.
San Antonio, TX — Samba F.C., will host the first of four scheduled tryouts for their 2014 USL Super-20 Men\’s team on Saturday November 30th at McAllister Park. Tryouts are scheduled to run from 10:30AM to 12:30PM on the Anderson Fields. Player registration and check-in will be from 9:30AM to 10:30AM. There is a $10.00 tryout fee and only cash payment will be accepted at the tryout site.
Players must bring a valid photo ID, a copy of birth certificate or passport, soccer ball, shinguards and water. Players under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian during the tryouts.
Our Samba FC Super-20 team will play in the Mid South South Division and will serve San Antonio’s North/East side. The team will hold a 22 man roster from high school, college-bound and also active college players who are interested and looking to compete at a high level during the off season.
The USL Super 20 League is a national league run by the United Soccer League and gives players another outlet to play soccer at the highest level over the summer. Players will train 2-3 times a week and play around 6 to 8 league games (not counting preseason games) on weekends and will travel on away games to the cities of Laredo, Brownsville, Eagle Pass and the Westside of San Antonio. Super-20 division champions will have the opportunity to play at Nationals in Bradenton Florida (Home of US U17 National Residency Program) in front of hundreds of college coaches.
Strength and conditioning sessions will start in April and will run for two weeks followed by preseason practices and scrimmages. Players who were personally contacted by a member of our coaching staff, are not required to attend the November 30th tryouts at McAllister Park. However, they will be required to attend the tryouts scheduled in December at Star Soccer Complex. The time and date will be announced soon.
If you have any questions about the Samba Super-20 team. Please email Samba FC Super-20 Director, Alejandro Escalante, firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtesy Austin Aztex Media Relations
AUSTIN, Texas (July 22, 2013) — The Austin Aztex have announced the matchups and kickoff times for the USL PDL Southern Conference Championships to be held Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27 at House Park.
On Friday, the Ocala Stampede (11-3-0, 33 pts.) will play the Laredo Heat (8-2-4, 28 pts.) in the first semifinal game to be held at 5:00 p.m. The top-seeded Austin Aztex (11-1-2, 35 pts.) will host the Panama City Beach Pirates (10-3-1, 31 pts.) for the second semifinal game on Friday, with kickoff at 7:30 p.m. The winners of the two matches Friday will square off for the PDL Southern Conference title on Saturday, July 27 at House Park, 7:30 p.m.
The USL PDL Southern Conference is comprised of two divisions, the Mid South Division and the Southeast Division. The top two teams at the end of the regular season qualify for the playoffs. The Austin Aztex, the 2013 Mid South Division Champions, were named the host of this year’s playoff on July 16. Representing the Mid South Division along with the Aztex are the Laredo Heat, who were the four-time defending division champions until the Aztex won the division title this season. Representing the Southeast are division champions the Ocala Stampede and the Panama City Beach Pirates.
The winner of the Southern Conference Playoffs will enter a final round of playoffs for the USL PDL League Championship, along with the winners of the Northern Conference, Eastern Conference, and Western Conference finals. The location of the final playoffs will be determined among the four representing teams.
In 2012, the Austin Aztex defeated the top-seeded Ocala Stampede in Ocala, Florida in the first round of the Southern Conference Playoffs.