Mclean Soccer Halftime REPORT
Table of Contents
1. A Note from Our Executive Director 2. Girls ECNL teams 3. Girls CCL and NCSL Teams 4. Boys ECNL teams 5. Boys CCL and NCSL Teams
A Note from our Executive Director What a great year it was for McLean Soccer in 2018! Our players and coaches achieved many milestones both off and on the field â€“ National Championships, State Cup Championships, AllMet and Gatorade Players of the Year, National Coach and Player of the Year and a record number of players, male and female, signing National Letters of Intent to play at the collegiate level! The winter break marks the unofficial midpoint between our soccer seasonal year! As we look ahead to the spring 2019 season, I would like to share with you our annual HALFTIME Report that provides a brief overview of the travel program through the fall of 2018. Enjoy! Louise Waxler
Coach Brent Leiba coaches the 2001/2000 ECNL Team. He guided this team to an undefeated Fall season with 13 wins and 1 draw. They are on a quest to be the second McLean team to win the ECNL national championship, following in the footsteps of last yearâ€™s 99/00 ECNL National Champions. The players are committed to continuing their soccer careers at various institutions that include the Ivy League, ACC, SEC, and CAA to name a few. These girls are an impressive group of young ladies. Individual highlights - Aleigh Gambone received a call up to the U.S. U18 Womenâ€™s National Team. The 01/00 ECNL team served as mentors to our U15 group offering them advice, coaching points and extra training opportunities throughout the fall season.
Nadir Moumen coaches the 2002 ECNL team. This U17 ECNL team dominates its competition sitting currently atop the Mid-Atlantic conference with a 14-1 record and a 3rd place position in Champions League post play. Coach Nadir continues his winning ways, demanding precision, commitment, and total team effort every time they step on the field. This success has attracted many college coaches to extend these playersâ€™ opportunities past high school graduation.
The 2003 ECNL is co-coached by Brent Leiba and Nadir Moumen. The U16 age group has two very ambitious teams competing respectively in the CCL and ECNL. These girls are embarking on the recruiting process in hopes of continuing their careers at the collegiate level.
Coach Cindi Harkes and the 2004 ECNL team made great strides and has been competitive in every game, losing out in some close contests during league play. In tournament play, the team has been very successful capturing titles in the August Cup and Discovery Cup and going 2-1 in the Bethesda tournament. They displayed complete team play scoring 10 goals for and only 1 goal against in Discovery. They look forward to competing in the National showcase events in Houston, TX, Richmond and NJ. Gemma Maltby and Abbey Colangelo have achieved individual honors as they were both invited to US Soccerâ€™s Youth National Team Identification Centers. This group also has several players competing at the ODP District, State, and Regional levels.
The 2005 ECNL team led by Clyde Watson has made the most significant turnaround! They currently sit in 2nd place at the midway point in the very competitive Mid-Atlantic Conference of the ECNL. Clyde has masterfully regrouped and revived this team with some great additions from the summer tryout process. In tournament play, they captured the August Cup in the pre-season game and competed in the Discovery Cup as well as the Bethesda tournament. They look forward to competing in the second half of their season, hopefully securing their spot in the Champions league for post-season competition.
Jenny McMahon leads the 2006 ECNL team. Jenny played at GWU, and she joins our ECNL team of coaches after having coached at other ECNL clubs. She brings perspective to these young players as a former collegiate player and has jumped all into our McLean family. The 06 ECNL team is only halfway through the ECNL season and are looking forward to continued growth and competition. They capped off their fall season by capturing the Bethesda tournament as U13 champions. This group also has several players competing at the ODP District, State, and Regional levels. Nawreen Ahmad achieved individual honors as she was invited to US Soccerâ€™s Youth National Team Identification Center. This group also has several players competing at the ODP District, State, and Regional levels.
2000-2001 | Green
Coach Patrick Finney coaches the 2001/2000 Green Team. Coach Finney navigated this group through the CCL Premiership Division. They competed in the College Showcase series most recently and will continue to challenge themselves through spring, competing in the Elite HS Division of the NCSL. We will be honoring those players who will be graduating in June to thank them for their years as McLean soccer players.
2002 | Green
Brian Morgan coaches the 2002 Green Team. The Green team has had to be creative in their competition this fall season participating in various tournaments and scrimmages to maintain sharpness. Coach Brian continues to challenge these girls to cultivate their first touch and to improve their ability to take on as well as understand a cohesive, collective team framework. The 02â€™s do a great job balancing academics, athletics and activities while acting as ambassadors to the sport.
2003 | Green Brian Morgan coaches the 2003 Green team. The team went undefeated in league play with an impressive 7 wins and 1 tie. Coach Brian continues to emphasize one-on-one skill sets within a team framework. The team plays attractive, technical football with a purpose. In tournament play, the Green team went 2-1 at the Discovery Cup, lost in the State Cup to eventual champions SOCA â€˜03 Elite and were semi-finalists at the Columbia Fall Classic. Overall a very successful fall season!
2004 | Green
Coach Farzad Mahmoudpour coaches the 2004 Green Team. With 22 points, the Green team finished Fall play in 2nd place in the Championship Division of the CCL with a record of 7-2-1. Coach Farzad has the team playing a possession style of soccer which has proved to be very useful in producing results. The team competed in State Cup and fell to eventual champions SOCA â€˜04 Elite but quickly rebounded and had a successful run in tournament play finishing as finalists of the Discovery Cup in October. The players enter the high school season for the spring and will have to balance club and school play.
2005 | Green
Patrick Finney coaches the 2005 Green Team. The 05â€™s are leading the way in their respective leagues and divisions. Coach Finney has guided the Green team to an outstanding fall season going undefeated in the Championship Division of the CCL with a record of 9-0-1. They also competed in various top tournaments testing themselves against some of the toughest teams in the area.
2005 | White The 2005 White team led by Coach Farzad Mahmoudpour played in the very competitive U14 Division 2 of the NCSL. They did very well finishing the fall season in the middle of the pack and will return to Division 2 for Spring competition.
They also represented McLean in supporting various causes. NCSL recognized their efforts earlier this year. Two NCSL Girls U14 Division 2 teams, McLean 2005 Girls White and DAA Rebels, played a very close and competitive match in Davidsonville, MD. Both sides showed their support for breast cancer research with special game jerseys and pink socks-laces. The girls took a minute to take a group picture to unite against breast cancer.
2006 | Green
The 2006 Green team is coached by Brent Heupel and competes in the CCL. Brent is a very experienced McLean coach who also coaches the â€˜05 ECNL boys team. He is dedicated to teaching the game to his groups and balances competition with learning. He works tirelessly to ensure development of his groups. The Green team is currently sitting 4th in the Championship division of CCL II, and went undefeated at the CCL II Showcase with 2 wins and 1 tie.
2006 | White
New McLean coach Mike Brizzi guides the 2006 White team. He brings enthusiasm and a youthful approach to this group and has had a very productive Fall season. The team finished 2nd place in Division 3 of NCSL and are hoping to jump up to the competitive Division 2 for Spring play. They also competed in several local area tournaments with strong results.
2006 | Gold Julio Gonzalez coaches the 2006 Gold team. Coach Julio is a seasoned McLean coach whose emphasis continues to be on technique as well as to the nuances of 11-aside formations and tactics. The Gold team competes in Division 4 of NCSL.
2007 | Green
Haytham Mansur coaches the 2007 Green Pre-ECNL team. There was a lot of effort into the complete rebooting of mentality for this team. Players were played in different positions and different shape and style of play. They came together and improved the ball movement. Decision-making was paramount for this group as the speed of play was 100 miles an hour; we had to teach possession and rhythm. They continue to work on the basics of positional play, building out of the back and how to structure our attack.
2007 | White
Ann Germain coaches the 2007 White team. The team has had both wins and losses in each tournament. The team's play improved as the season went on with playing time plentiful for all. The team will continue to work on better shape and use of space with a quicker movement of the ball. Coach Ann is looking to encourage more confidence and technical aspects of 1 v 1 play. Overall the team has excellent chemistry and enthusiasm.
2007 | Gold
Ben Gann coaches the 2007 Gold team. The team uses the numbering system for positions, so players better understand the expectations for them in each role. They are working on continued ball mastery, and accuracy of ground passes. From an attacking tactical perspective, basic combination play, playing through balls to eliminate defenders and retaining possession in the back by using the goalkeeper. The team competes in the top division of NCSL, and battled hard, and challenged by some excellent teams. When this team has time on the ball they show attacking, possession-oriented soccer we like at McLean. They were a better attacking team the last 5 matches of the NCSL season.
2007 | Silver
Eleanor Jones coaches the 2007 Silver team. The team is developing an understanding of what it means to be in a travel program - including translating high energy into high work rate. Improving individual skill, especially passing, and shape to form a strong team identity - a key milestone for a brand-new team. Technical fundamentals of individual foot skills, passing and finishing and tactical foundation of team shape on attack and defense, with the introduction of strategies like combination play and playing out of the back.
2008 | Green
Haytham Mansur coaches the 2008 Green Pre-ECNL team. The Girls were Champions at the NCFC Youth CASL Tournament and the Dulles National Tournaments. The team already had an excellent technical base, and coach Haytham spent the fall adding to that and working on striking from distance to improve the teams technical proficiency. The â€˜08 Green team continues to work on team shape, switching play and developing partnerships. Simple defensive concepts. Overall we are starting to build a potentially special group.
2008 | White
Jaon Ahmad coaches the 2008 White team. The girls had a good year and transitioned well into 9v9. The focus this season was on developing an understanding of passing patterns and playing as a unit with an emphasis on competitive play. Overall the team improved throughout the season, finishing in 2nd place in CCL2 and finishing the year as finalists at the NCFC CASL Tournament in North Carolina. The focus next season will be on refining their technique and team tactics including combination play and team defending.
2008 | Gold
Eleanor Jones coaches the 2008 Gold team. She has an enthusiastic group of kids who come to training with positive attitudes, ready to work for themselves and each other. They participated in the Discovery Cup and went 2-2. Most players are developing to try to take players on and get forward - and starting to look for teammates moving to support if it's not on to go themselves. This season their focus was the fundamentals of individual foot skills and passing for technique, and team shape on attack/defense
2009 | Green New Coach Corinne Mazzotta, brought a positive new energy and focus on technique that allowed the Green 2009 Girls to their 1st ever tournament win.
2009 | White
Corinne Mazzotta also coaches the 2009 White team. The team had a solid performance in Discovery Cup, missed Finals by one game against a good team. The group raised the bar early with their attention to detail and willingness to play together as a team. They showed a desire to be successful. Coach Corinne worked on the basic building blocks to allow for an intelligent connected style of play, and the group grasped more complex concepts of team unity quickly.
2010 | Green
The 2010 girls are our newest travel age group. They are quickly adapting to the travel soccer world and are a competitive and fierce bunch of girls. The 2010 Green team has already won their first tournament, and the team is one of the stronger teams in league play. Dynamic women coaches, Kim Germain, (former JMU All-American) and Maire Shine (former MYS player and William & Mary player) have joined the coaching ranks for this age group. The girls have worked on learning the basics of passing and receiving and perfecting their Beast Mode soccer moves.
2010 | White
Jaon Ahmad coaches the 2010 White team. They were introduced to the concepts of travel soccer and are learning how to play positions on the big field. As a whole, the team is focusing on learning how to play the â€œMcLean Wayâ€? with proper passing and receiving technique and movement before and after the pass. The girls have several underage players in this group which will benefit our rising 2011 girls team in the spring of 2019.
2010 | Gold
Maire Shine coaches the 2010 Gold team. The girls were introduced to the concepts of travel soccer. The are learning to play positions and the age group as a whole is focusing on learning how to play with proper passing and receiving technique and movement before and after the pass. The girls have several underage players in this group which will benefit our rising 2011 girls team in the spring of 2019.
Jamil Walker coaches the 2000/2001 ECNL Boys - State Cup Champions! The team has cohesion, consistency, and execution of tactics, competitive mentality. The next steps for this group are college preparation â€” enhancing mindset, refining technical skills. They continue to work on team play and execution of tactics. This team is at the end of a tremendous run, and coach Jamil is proud of what they have done in the last seven years. The new players have adapted to the culture and defended the state cup championship for the first time in team history.
Todd West coaches the 2002 ECNL Boys. Wins and losses don't necessarily tell us about our progress; however, the team has made serious progress. They lost to the same opponent twice by large margins and when the boys played the team again were tied going into the 88th minute, losing 1-0. The team has come together; the team has added a couple of pieces; the team chemistry is good, and Coach Todd is excited about the future of this team. They are learning how to compete and what it means to compete at a higher level. Tactically the players are improving and have better team shape.
Alan Portillo coaches the 2003 Boys ECNL team. The boys were champions at the OBGC Capital Cup. Overall, the team improved in the possession and building out from the back. The improvement has resulted in closing the gap on teams they lost to earlier in the year. The style of play has been very appealing. Coach Alan focused on creating a team identity to play the game. Building from the back and wearing teams down with possession. Improving fitness and position roles when defending or in transition to defend (high press or lower block).
The 2004 ECNL team, coached by Hadi Rezazad, did well in the Florida ECNL Showcase, winning all matches and possessing the ball better; being able to play out of the back; moving the ball better as a group; speed of play; better aerial play; better group defending; improved finishing; improved overall understanding of the game. While the start of the season was choppy, the team pulled together and made tremendous progress at the ECNL Showcase tournament in Florida. At the Showcase, the boys demonstrated great individual abilities, improved possession game, better speed of play, much improved aerial game, a faster pace of play, excellent team shape, and transitional play, winning all of their three matches, scoring nine goals and allowing one.
Brent Heupel coaches the 2005 ECNL Boys. They were Finalists in the Chesapeake Kickoff tournament (lost in penalty kicks). The team is tied for 3rd place in the U14 division of ECNL. The focus for the Fall included working on technique and possession. The team also worked on defensive principles & shape. The team has gone through a great deal of change over the past year to include a new coach, players, and a new/more competitive league, style, and tactics. The team made fantastic progress under the previous coach and continued to improve technically, incorporating new ideas and style of play.
Jamil Walker coaches the 2006 Boys ECNL. They took 3rd place in the EDP Cup and 2nd place in the Bethesda Tournament. The team focused on passing technique over short and long distances, team possession and building out of the back, overall competitive mentality and training habits. They worked on team building and an understanding of phase play. The boys are at the beginning stages of understanding team tactics, but there is tremendous potential within the group.
2000 | Green
Jamil Walker and Alan Portillo co-coach the 2000 Green team. They are currently in 1st place - NCSL Elite, 1st place - Capital Fall Classic, 1st place - CCL showcase. Team cohesion and execution of tactics and college preparation are a big focus of this team. The performance of this team has been very good given how many new players joined the roster. They have come together very quickly, learned the culture and executed well. The team is undefeated this Fall and looks forward to a successful Spring season.
2001 | Green
Alan Portillo coaches the 2001 Green Team - Fall 2018 U18B Virginia State Cup Champions! From the start 3 years ago, the team has had great chemistry on and off the field, excellent talent, a competitive mindset and a strong focus on work. This dedication is evident in their success this season - undefeated at the EDP Fall Showcase beating #1 team in the country, a record 3-1-1 in the National League. They went on to defeat the current National champions in the NC showcase. The team looks forward to a strong spring season competing in EDP and Regionals, hoping to win a ticket to the National Championship for the second year.
2001 | White
Marcelo Valencia coaches the 2001 White team. The team was not always consistent in their performance but had some solid games with better teams in the division. They worked on improving their speed of play and playing out of the back. This Spring, the team, will compete in local college ID tournaments.
2001 | Gold
The 2001 Gold team is coached by Danny Wadeson. Itâ€™s a fun group of players who held their own and tied the eventual champions in their league. Owing to small numbers when injuries kicked in, we could not sustain. We are in the right level and hope to finish off our last season with a solid tournament performance in Williamsburg and in the NCSL. The team worked on being brave on the ball and playing out â€” a fantastic group of players and parents.
2002 | Green
Lucas Winters coaches the 2002 Green team. The team won the Baltimore Elite Tournament third division and throughout the season improved their movement in the final third. This year the team significantly improved on capitalizing on chances in the final third.
2002 | White
Craig Jones coaches the 2002 White team. The team fought through injuries during the season and lacked a bit of consistency in personnel during seasonal play. The goal for the spring will be to limit touches in possession to improve the team's speed of play and be more accurate with passes to maintain possession.
2003 | Green
Lucas Winters coaches the 2003 Green team. Building out of the back was a goal of the team, and with this, the team improved. The team was able to possess the ball more consistently and have better attacking options. The team has worked hard on team shape and building out of the back. At the beginning of the season, the team was at the top of the league. However, injuries impacted their performance. They are looking forward to a fresh Spring 2019 season.
2003 | White
Craig Jones coaches the 2003 White team. The team finished the season much stronger than the start. The boys had a good group dynamic as they moved through the Fall with new players however, it took a while to get the team to gel but we added some players who improved the quality of the group overall. In the spring, the players will continue to refine opening their body when receiving to allow us to play forward and also work on passing techniques to improve possession and running off the ball to create space.
2004 | Green
Marcelo Valencia coaches the 2004 Green team. The boys made it to the Presidents Cup Finals. The boys put forth a great deal of effort and commitment and progressed well as team chemistry improved. Itâ€™s a great group of players and parents. In the spring, the team will continue to focus on learning functional roles and team shape.
2004 | White Cristen Michel coaches the 2004 White team. The boys struggled a bit with fitness at the beginning of the season however they improved as the season progressed. The team's defense improved as well. Throughout the season, the team started with conditioning, team shape, and finishing. The team has continued to rotate field players into the goal as their GK was promoted to the Green team.
2005 | Green
Coach Jaime Moreno brought to this team his professional experience and background improving their technical ability and understanding of the game significantly. At the same time, there is a need to have a consistent high-level effort and belief for the team to make another step in the right direction. These players are close to making the next big step with redoubled effort, and we look forward to seeing that occur in the Spring. The team focused a lot on how to take the lessons from training to compete on the field. They finished the Fall tied for 4th in the CCL Championship - with a game in hand and only 3 points behind the 3rd place team!
2005 | White
Christen Michel coaches the 2005 White team. They were runners-up in their first fall tournament and semi-finalist in the second. All around the boys had a fantastic fall season taking first place in Division 3 of NCSL. They hit the ground running as they focused on their ability to attack efficiently. They also were able to hold the ball well as a team and defend collectively as one unit allowing only four goals the whole season. They have been keeping possession and attacking efficiently and came together very well during the season.
2006 | Green
Clyde Watson coaches the 2006 Green team. At the CCL II Scrimmage Fest, they went 2 W/1 L; at South County Columbus Day also went...2 W/1 L; and placed 2nd in the CCL Championship League play. The group improved as they had a better understanding of how we wanted to play collectively. Single most significant area of improvement was their decision-making. The group is starting to understand and accept the importance of pushing each other at practice. All of the elements that help with decision making, e.g., awareness, were emphasized. The goal in the fall was to develop the psyche that will allow the team to play quicker, e.g., better technique. and also touched a bit on positional understanding.
2006 | White
Danny Butler coaches the 2006 White team. They are moving up to Division 3 & were South County Fall Classic Champions. They developed a great team dynamic from the start of preseason, which led to a successful fall season for both players & coach. Coach Danny is looking forward to the spring 2019 season where he can focus on their technical development. (ball control- receiving, second touch, passing, 1v1 moves, shooting & heading). He will also work on their physical attributes such as speed and endurance and tactically will learn their positional roles as well as overlapping runs, give & go, and switching the point of attack.
2007 | Green
Andrew Gooding coached the 2007 Green team this fall. They were an EDP Cup Finalist and had a combined Tournament Record of 4-2-1 They are making excellent progress in overall team shape, in preparation for 11v11; They have a better idea of organization and coordination between the backline and midfielders. They continue to improve their team shape and show incredible potential to move up to ENCL next year. McLean is excited to be able to bring one of our ENCL coaches to coach this team in the Spring â€“ Hadi Rezazad.
2007 | White
Sona Walla coaches the 2007 Boys White. The team has progressed in its understanding of the importance of team tactical shape and rapid transition in both offensive and defensive phases. They are working on creating width and depth when in possession to facilitate ball movement and ball retention â€” also, the importance of solving problems collectively. Overall the team has made commendable progress in its capacity to build out from the back and to show patience in passing to arrive in the attacking third. In the spring they will focus on learning to be more aggressive in seizing moments to be decisive and score.
2007 | Gold
Jamil Faryadi coaches the 2007 Gold team. They were finalists in the Richmond Fall Classic. The boys started the season strong and were unlucky to lose the last two games of the season. The team understood the concept that they were working on: moving off the ball from side to side or play negative balls at times to advance the ball forward. The team scored from multiple positions, and all players contributed to the success of the team. Overall, the progress was good, and the team gained a significant momentum toward the end of the season. The focus was primarily on possession and getting the ball wide to create crosses from a wide area or to attack from the wing. The boys also worked a lot to get the outside backs involved in the attack.
2007 | Silver
Mike Brizzi coaches the 2007 Silver team. The team has improved their team defending. The team worked on attacking principles which were seen on display against some of the teams at our level, but we struggled against more competitive teams. The boys improved from last year's standings and finished mid-table. In the spring, the team will focus on group attacking and defending as well as basic passing patterns and 1v1 principles.
2008 | Green
Danny Wadeson coaches the 2008 Green team. Coach Danny is teaching the critical aspects of the game to the boys and has improved pre-game discipline and is pulling the group together as a cohesive unit. This team has a lot of talent and plays well giving us an excellent feel for the future of McLean.
2008 | White
Sona Walla coaches the 2008 White team. The individual technical level of the players has improved significantly (passing & dribbling) and also their understanding of the possession-first approach. They are developing as a strong technical base of players and are learning how to use their skills to solve problems collectively. The team also focused on the rapid transition from offense to defense and vice versa. Itâ€™s a good group of players, quick learners, and excellent team spirit and camaraderie.
2008 | Gold
Danny Butler coaches the 2008 Gold team. The team were finalists at both the South County Columbus Day Tournament and Fall Classic. The boys worked hard during the fall season, are developing a good IQ for the game and have started to build a great team dynamic. During the Fall the team focused on proper dribbling & passing technique and concentrated on shape and building out of the back.
2008 | SILVER
Rodrigo Zuleta coaches the 2008 Silver team. The team is made up of great kids-many of whom came to McLean from outside of the club. As the season progressed the team started to understand spacing, positioning and transitioning from offense to defense. It was tough since we were playing top teams from each club in NCSL, but the boys always gave 100% effort. Towards the end, they improved due to increased focus and commitment during practices. Overall it has been great seeing these kids improve!
2009 | Green
Vince Carter coaches the 2009 Green team. During the season they were encouraged to take risks, both with passes and dribbling and were also asked to play physical and tackle when out of possession. Coach Carter taught the concept of â€?Selfâ€? with organizational skills, both in communicating on the field, positional awareness, and in their ability to lead team talks. Their goals for the year were to introduce, Deceptive Dribbling, Regaining Possession, Receiving Across the body, Courage, and Responsibility.
2009 | White
Vince Carter coaches the 2009 White team. During the season they were encouraged to take risks, both with passes and dribbling and were also asked to play physical and tackle when out of possession. Coach Carter taught a basic understanding of playing positions. They were encouraged to play physical and tackle and to try to be deceptive when dribbling. They also worked on technique such as receiving the ball and being resilient.
2009 | Gold & Silver
Kenric Vezina coaches the 2009 Gold and Silver teams. They went 1-1-1 in the Alexandria Columbus Day Tournament. Over the season they gained a better understanding of how to play together as a team, how to build the attack from our end (and learning to use the build-out line), as well as how to prevent opponents from building out from the opponent's half of the field (again using the build-out line). The Gold Team has made significant progress, especially in understanding how to attack and defend as a team.
2010 | Green
Rodrigo Zuleta coaches the 2010 Green team. They were Champions at the South County tournament and vastly improved their spacing and positioning. They are starting to understand the different scenarios within the game, where each player needs to be on the field, and how to attack and defend as a team. About 75%-80% of the fall season they focused on playing bigger sized games since they were unfamiliar with playing on the big field. The remaining sessions were focused on technique.
2010 | White
Rodrigo Zuleta coaches the 2010 White team. They were Semi-finalists at South County Fall tournament. The team is learning spacing and positioning, and the kids are starting to pick it up and improving. About 75%-80% of the fall season they focused on playing bigger-sized games since many were not familiar with the large field. The remaining sessions, Coach Rod concentrated on technique to work on their passing, dribbling, and finishing.
2010 | Gold & Silver Jamil Fayradi coaches the 2010 Gold and Silver teams. He has worked with the team to understand the concept of the 7v7 game and how to work out of their shape and work together as a team. Players were taught to take opponents 1v1 offensively and pressure the ball immediately. Throughout the season they worked on understanding the game and worked on the foundational skills, especially on passing & shooting. Players as a whole were athletic and were quick learners, so the progress was steady. The enthusiasm was exceptional among the players, and we received great support from the families.
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