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    Recreational Program Changes for U19 Division

    Due to last year’s mandate by the USYS regarding the switch from “Grade” year to “Birth” year, this change not only affected players from playing with their classmates, but it also created a situation for some High School Seniors not having the opportunity to play their final year due to their “Birth” year aged them out of the current U19 Division.

    In addition, we noticed that some players in the U16 bracket age-up into the U19 division resulting from their birthdate being in the latter half of the year.

    In an effort to address these issues and to keep the age bracket reasonable with the make-up of players, we are creating two age divisions: 

    • U18 (players born in 2000 and 2001) 
    • U20 (players born in 1998 and 1999)

    At this time, it is intended that both age brackets will be COED and play 7v7 in-house. It is not intended that these age group will be playing each other, rather to separate and manage the players and teams as we currently due the younger age groups U14 and U16. The reasoning for smaller rosters is that at this age, several players are pursuing employment and other interests such as college planning, etc.

    These new age groups are intended to be solely RECREATIONAL that provide a social opportunity for players to enjoy their final years of soccer with friends.

    If interested, please use the following two links to register for the upcoming 2017 Fall REC season.

    U18 and U20 Division at Clay County:

    U18 and U20 Division at Westside:

    Players already registered for the 2017 Fall REC season will be placed in the appropriate age group based on their “birth” year.

    Due to this late change … special requests for these two age divisions will be extended to July 15, 2017.

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    U9 Boys Thunder Win Keystone 3v3 Championship

    Congratulations to CCSC's U9 Boys Thunder for their second championship win at Keystone Rotary 3v3 Tournament on Saturday, June 17th. The boys played hard and went undefeated in all 4 matches! Congratulations boys on the championship win of the season! Players pictured are: Bodie B., Cole P., Ian A., Bohden F., AJ D., and Peyton C.

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    CCSC Force win U11 Keystone 3v3 Championship

    Force players Max, Alex, Jack, Josh, Jameson and Luca win the championship at Keystone 3v3! Boys placed first in their bracket and went on to win the championship against a U12C boys team. Congratulations to the Force for working hard this summer and bringing home a championship!

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    U13 Girls and Boys Unite to take second at Keystone Rotary 3v3

    CCSC's U13's Shaun, Noah, Maddie, Brooke and Jayden united at Keystone Rotary 3v3 and went undefeated until the championship game. They came together and played hard until the final minute. Congrats to Coach Clive and the team for a great tourney.

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    Reed Davis: Florida Gatorade Player of the Year

    Congratulations Reed Davis for winning Florida Gatorade Player of the Year!

    Reed has played at CCSC his whole career (10+ years) and has excelled as a player and person. This year has been particularly impressive for Reed; winning 2 State Championships, numerous other awards and committing to Jacksonville University to play soccer.

    Keep up the good work, Reed!

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    Girls U12 place second in Bazooka Memorial Day Tournament

    The Sol 05 White team placed 2nd at the Bazooka Memorial Day Tournament in Apopka. They were unbeaten through three games and only allowed 1 goal in group play. They fell short in the final by a score of 2-1.

    The girls played phenomenally in their final outing of the season, and represented the club well. Great job girls!!

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    CCSC Boys Thunder Win U9 3v3 Championship

    CCSC's Boys Thunder won the Boys U9 Championship at the Northeast Florida 3v3 Super Challenge on June 3rd. They battled hard with a 6-5 win in overtime and left it all on the field. Congratulations to the boys for their hard work, dedication, and determination today. What a great way to start the season! Players include: Ian, Bodie, AJ, Cole, and Peyton.

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    U11 Girls Wins NE FL Super Challenge

    Lady Synergy team players Aubrey, Faith, Sawyer, Kirra, Brooke and Faith stepped up to the challenge Saturday June 3, 2017. They entered in the U11 bracket and had to play U12 & U13 girls all day. They played hard and got the job done taking 1st place all while going undefeated all day!

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