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    Mackenzee Vance Named 2018 All-American

    United Soccer Alliance Girls Development Academy player Mackenzee Vance has been named 2018 Youth All-American by the United Soccer Coaches of America. The award is the most prestigious honor handed out to youth soccer players in the United States and Mack was the only player from a Florida youth club to be named. “It is a well deserved award and a credit to how hard Mackenzee has worked over the years. She is one of the best players I’ve ever coached and she continually strives to get better every day, we here at United Soccer Alliance are all incredibly proud of Mack.” Said Mackenzee’s coach and Academy Director Luis Torres.

    Mackenzee is a standout forward and midfielder on the U19 GDA team and has been part of the US U-17 National Team/Pool for 3 years. Vance has also committed to playing for UCLA when she graduates in 2020. Congrats Mackenzee!

  • Most Prestigious Signing Class for Clay County Soccer Girls Program

    Thirteen players from Clay County Soccers USA (United Soccer Alliance) Girls Development Academy program made history as they signed their college letters of intent on Wednesday. "This is the most prestigious signing class in the 30 year history of Clay County Soccer with 11 of the 13 girls signing with NCAA Div 1 schools. “It is a testament to the hard work and sacrifice that these girls have made since they were very young and we are extremely proud of them. These are some of the top universities and soccer programs in the United States and a collection of schools of this caliber is a first for our girls program.” said the girls coach and GDA Director Luis Torres .

    The USA Girls Development Academy Program at Clay County Soccer is a very exclusive program geared towards players that aspire to reach their highest potential. It is a year round program with 72 players in the ages of 11 to 18 years old.  

    Picture #1 Signing Class of 2019
    Left to Right
    Jaclyn Gilday (UCLA), Gabrielle Daly (Notre Dame), Trescott Shamlou (Notre Dame), Hannah Suder (MTSU), Claudia Tamares (UCF), Sade Adamolekun (USC), Sydney Hauth (UNF), Amanda Crisalli (FGCU), Jaiden Thomas (NC State), Sarah Skala (Rollins College), Marissa House (UNF) Not pictured: Sarah Story (Georgia Southern), Hayden Bunn (Montreat College)

    Picture #2: The U19 Girls DA team 
    Left to Right
    Back Row: Ashlyn Kane, Kendal Johnson, Jacky Gilday, Gabrielle Daly, Sarah Brunner, Alia Skinner, Kai Hayes
    Middle Row: Trescott Shamlou, Lucy Worthy, Gracie North, Meghan Rodriguez, Analiese Anderson, Sarah Skala, Rylee Forster, Tatum Loveless
    Front Row: Hannah Suder, Sade Adamolekun, Sydney Hauth, Jaiden Thomas, Marissa House, Claudia Tamares, Shannon Lahey, Jisette Baquette, Lia Godfrey

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    Congratulations Wilfredo Rivera for being called up to the U16 Youth National Team

    Wilfredo started his career at Clay County Soccer Club at the age of just 6. From the very beginning, Wilfredo was hooked! After 7 years of playing soccer at CCSC, Wilfredo has joined the prestigious Montverde Academy in Orlando and has been called up to the U16 Boys National Team Domestic Camp.

    The U16 Domestic Camp runs from September 12 - 19th in Bradenton, FL. The thirty-six best U16 players are invited to the camp, where they are put through their paces over the 7-day period. This pool of players is in consideration for the 2019, U17 World Cup Championship.

    From Wilfredo’s Father; “CCSC helped Wilfredo to get where is in many different ways. Starting with the family atmosphere the club provides to all kids and parents. Followed by the extremely high quality of coaching. Everything CCSC has done is a big part of where Wilfredo is today in soccer and life”

    Congratulations and good luck, Wilfredo!

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    Disney Soccer Qualifier

    Please congratulate the 02 Rangers on placing and qualifying for the Disney Soccer Showcase in December!

  • Lucas Hauth Scores at College Level


    Clay County Soccer Player, Lucas Hauth kicked off his college career in great fashion, scoring his first Wildcat goal in a 2-0 win vs Belmont Abbey.

    Lucas played at CCSC his entire career and we couldn’t be happier for him. Keep up the good work and good luck with the rest of your season, Lucas!

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    Reed Davis - Gatorade Player of the Year

    Congratulations to CCSC’s Reed Davis for becoming the FIRST EVER back-to-back winner of the Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Soccer Award AND The Florida Gatorade Soccer Player of the Year! This is just one of Reed’s many accomplishments in 2018, others include winning the Clay County Male Scholar Athlete of the Year and the U.S.M.C. Distinguished Athlete Award. To top all of this off, Reed will be playing Soccer at Jacksonville University in the Fall.

    Reed is a home-grown example of hard work paying off!

    Read Gatorade Release

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    03 Sol Red finalist at Champions Cup

    Congratulations to the 03 Sol Red team for completing their season with a strong showing at the Champions Cup. Losing 2-1 in the final game to tournament home team (Rush) in an exciting game.
    CCSC players pictured Kailynn, Noelle, Lilly, Ellie, Libby, Juliana, Hannah, Riley, Izzy, Kennedy, Jasmine, Lauren, Hanna, Anh, Kathy, Mackenzie and Alicia with coach Touan Plante.


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    Sunday UPSL home game vs Internacional

    Game information:

    Clay County SC vs.Internacional USA
    Location: CCSC (home)

    Sunday, June 10, 2018
    Kick-off 13:00

    Available concessions:

    Hot dogs, Smoothies, iced coffee beverages, etc.
    Additional refreshments: Snow cone stand
    Friendly reminder: Pets and alcoholic beverages prohibited.

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