San Clemente Times
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The West Coast Futbol Club’s boys 16U team advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2015 US Youth Soccer Far West Regional Championships in Boise, Idaho last week.
The high-profile tournament featured the top youth club soccer teams from the entire western region of the country.
The West Coast Futbol team, which draws players from San Clemente, lost 3-1 to Seattle United Copa 98 in the quarterfinals on June 26. The team from Seattle went on to win the regional championship.
The local team opened tournament play on June 22 and tied 1-1 with Real Colorado National. From there, the team defeated Rio Rapids from New Mexico, 1-0, and Washington Rush, 2-1, to advance to the next stage of competition. Overall, the West Coast FC team went 2-0-1 in pool play.
The team includes: Nicholas Aquino, Chasen Brutocao, Blake Bunce, Derrek Chan, Yarin Dan, Trevor Denney, Nikdel Ghaemi, Brett Jones, James Langton, Samuel Martinez, Michael Oakson, William O’Connor, Juan Sebastian Olivares, William Ospina Torres, Alfonso Quezada Osorno, Sean Rochford, Alberto Torres and Braden Zines. The team is coached by Oliver Wyss and Bryan Wallace.
On June 6, the San Clemente Little League Junior American Marines beat the Junior American Air Force 10-6 to claim the District 68 Tournament of Champions first-place title.
The Junior American Marines team includes: Jayden Nowicki, Nick McCarty, Jackson Clark, Garrett Waterman, Eli Robles, Austin Speakman, Garrett Louie, Trey Benedict, Kevin Kitmitto, Christian Wallace, Dillon Langer and Tyler Wilt. The team was coached by Mike Louie, Mark Neidl and Cole Nowicki.
The San Clemente High School football program will be conducting youth skills camps in July. The first session will run from July 13-16 and the second session will run from July 27-30.
The camp is open to all interested youth players from first through eighth grade. Participants will be taught individual offensive and defensive skills, training techniques and will work on flexibility, balance and core strength.
Cost for one session is $135 and includes a free shirt.
For more information or to register online, visit www.tritonfootball.com or email head coach Jaime Ortiz at firstname.lastname@example.org.