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Referee classes - 2015 Clinics

NEW 2015 Referee Clinics have been posted. Classe start Apirl and May for:

Any child 13 and above or adult who wants to become a PAID referee, needs to take the Class 8 Referee Class and the following club's are hosting classes on the following dates.

Depending on the age of the binomo app game that you are the referee for and whether you are center or assistant, you can make $25 - $35 per game. We offer training and practice to make you a good referee. You can do 1-3 games in a row and make good money. Your referee schedule can work around your own game schedule if you are playing. You will need to buy your referee attire but you will be reimbursed the more games that you do and the more experienced you get.

For more information please contact:
Susie Nowak:

Coaching - 2015

For more information and to sign up please go to the CalNorth Website.

1st NorCal State Gold West - Santa Cruz City Girls U15

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Jaws 99 White finished a great season with a final win in Dublin, with only one sub! There are sure to be many more highlights to come from this group of girls.

If you have a strong/motivated player, looking to play at the next level, contact coach Poul about spring try-outs:

Jaws would like to say a special​"thanks" to​
Pajaro Valley Youth Soccer Club for allowing them to play under the PVYSC name in the NorCal Premier​League.
​.. THANKS!​

Jaws 99Pictured: ​Murphy​, Gwiazda, ​Lindley, Hockett, Senkier, Deppmeier, Schiebel, Peachey, Mitchell Maltese,Thompson, Rasmussen, Hedrick, Magliato, Payne, Millard (not pictured), Meck (not pictured).​

Season Highlights:

1st place - NorCal Premier State Gold West League
1st place - Clovis Challenger Cup
1st place - World Cup Beach
1st place - Soccer Central Indoor "A" league
1st place - UCSC Slug fest (older "A" division)
2nd place - Gold / Pro-Am Beach soccer
3rd place - CalNorth Premier League Spring

2014 Santa Cruz Classic - A Great Success!

The 2014 Santa Cruz Classic was a great success by binomo trade review all accounts, thanks to to the hard work and dedication of many local volunteers, led by Tournament Director Doug Evers, and Committee Members Tami Rudd, Mary Ann Krein (Registrar), Tiffany Hsu, Sean Clark, and Tracy New. Local teams fared especially well this year, appearing in the Championship or Consolation match of 11 of the 12 brackets in which they were present. It is unclear how many years the League has been organizing this tournament, but this was one of the best in recent memory. Thanks to all who participated and made this a memorable event!

MC Surf U11B - 2014 Champions

The MC Surf U11B entered the Classic for the first time and won the U11B championship by beating their Fresno opponents in double overtime in a game that will no doubt provide memories for years to come

1st - Jaws-99-White - "World Cup" Beach Tournament

July 7th, 2014: Santa Cruz City's Jaws 99 White took first place in last weeks hotly contested GU14 beach tournament, with teams coming from as far away as Placerville. ​The girls finished 2nd two weeks prior, in the ProAm Beach tournament, and were not going to settle for 2nd again! The girls finished with an impressive 4-1-0 (+16 GD). In the final, the Jaws girls kept their composure against an aggressive and very vocal Livermore Fusion squad. The girls used their local beach knowledge/training to come away with a strong 4-1 win!

Jaws 99 White win 1st place in Beach Tournament
Top - Meck, Schiebel, Thompson, Peachey, Payne, Senkier, Rasmussen
Bottom - Murphy, Hockett, Mitchell, Deppmeier

The Santa Cruz Sharks 00 Blue take second place in the Region IV President’s Cup in Morgan Hill, CA.

June 15th, 2014 - The Sharks, a wildcard team called to compete at the last minute as a finalist in the Northern California President’s cup, fought valiantly through six games -- winning two in round-robin play against Oregon and Alaska, then beating Colorado in the Quarterfinals and Idaho in the Semifinals to reach the Finals Sunday morning against the HG Eagles from Cal-South. The Sharks scored first on a penalty kick by Jonathan Sherwood-Flett in the 19th minute. Cal-South answered in the 60th minute, sending the game into two overtime periods. A goal by Cal-South in the 80th minute gave them the win. Cal South moves on to the National President’s Cup in South Dakota.

The Sharks, a Santa Cruz City club team, were coached by German Plaza and Thanasis Kottas. The Sharks’ Travis Hatcher was a top goal scorer in the tournament with a total of 5 goals.

Knights U9 Boys take 2nd place at District II Spring Cup!

June 9th, 2014 - The Scotts Valley/San Lorenzo Valley Knights U9 Boys team took 2nd place at the District II Spring Cup in Morgan Hill June 7th and 8th, 2014.

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