The JV Girls Coyotes team, through a mixture of technical skill and good teamwork, dominated their game today against the Lightning, outscoring them 6-2 in the first half and 6-0 in the second half, for a 12-2 win.
The JV girls won their game this past weekend, while the U09 boys lost. We hope that with a little more practice this week, both teams will triumph in their next match.
We now have two new pages on our Web site, one for the Coyotes' boys' schedule, and one for the Coyotes' girls' schedule. You can find both under the "More" tab on the top navigation bar. We are also posting the team rankings on our Announcements page each week, so you will be completely informed of how each team is doing
The Coyotes Soccer Club Association has two teams, A and B, and we are in the U9 category for both. This group is made up of a total of five teams, so the A (Coyotes) team will play the B (Coyotes Soccer) team. It's sure to be an interesting game. During the first scheduled game time, the Coyotes Soccer and the Coyotes Girls had a bye week. In the next match, both teams B and the Girls may play a double game: one on Saturday and one on Sunday.
We are waiting for the full schedule of the season(session I), and we'll let you know the complete information when we have it.
In addition, the A (Coyotes) team won their first match on Saturday.
The Coyotes soccer teams played in Germantown at the Sams tournament during the fall. We had two teams playing in different groups under the U8 category - the A team had more competitions in their group than the B team did.
The A team won 7 games and lost 1. In this loss, however, we received a few nice complements from the opposing team, most probably because even though they won the game, they knew we did a better job overall on the field.
The B team won all their games, with a little help from a few players from the A team. During the tournament, we had several calls from parents from different teams asking if they could join our association. That means we now have the opportunity to receive three more players who are ready to learn new soccer skills and responsibility and of course to have fun.
This past week, the temperatures have been scorching, but the Coyotes demonstrated their strength and commitment by playing their games nevertheless. The older group played against Gaithersburg City outside, in the heat; the game ended in a tie, and although the kids were hot and tired, they had a good time. They then played a second game, indoors, later in the day, which they won. It showed how strong and committed they are, despite adverse conditions.