A select group of micro and kinder kids were player escorts before the Philadelphia Union game.
Congrats to PASC’s U12 Thunder for winning the Hempfield Tournament. We were invited to play the Tuesday prior to the tournament. With the team losing in the semi-finals of the Delco playoffs in 2 OT to Kirkwood a week earlier. The boys were extra motivated coming into the tournament, not allowing a goal in the first three matches. In the finals, however, they quickly found themselves down 2-0 at the half. With a great team effort, they were able to take a 3-2 lead with minutes left until Henlopen scored as time expired. The match went right into PK’s where the Thunder prevailed 4-3!!!
The U9 Girls Parkland Force competed at the Hempfield Tournament in November. They may not have won the championship, but they won in team spirit. Pictured below are the girls donning their team sweatshirt. This is some serious team spirit girls!
October 8-9, 2011
The Parkland Fury U12 girls and family members enjoyed watching a recent Philidalphia Union match. The Union tied Tornoto FC 1-1 and clinched a playoff berth. The Fury thanks PASC for the opportunity to attend this exciting event and see some of the best in action.
August 27, 2011
August 13-14, 2011
Several PASC teams participated at the 11th Annual KidsPeace Invitational. Winning 1st place in their age groups were the U9G Force, U10G Power and the U13G Pride. Placing 2nd in their age groups were U11G Extreme, U12B Thunder and U14G Panthers.
PASC’s U10G Parkland Power Team took first place in their division at the Kid’s Peace Tournament this past weekend. The girls jumped out to a record of 3-0 before losing their last game 1-0 resulting in an impressive final record of 3-1. Congratulations girls on your first place victory!
U13G Parkland Pride pictured above, U11G Parkland Extreme pictured below.
PASC Force had a record of 3-0 and outscored their opponents by a total of 7–2. The girls played their last two games with only 9 available players and went down 1-0 in thier last game before earning a come-from-behind 2-1 victory. This was the girls’ very first experience together as the PASC Force. Well done!