West Coast Soccer dominates MVLA Cup

West Coast Soccer sent three girls teams Wild, Wildfire & Katz to compete in the Women’s division at the MVLA Cup. WCS Wild finished top in bracket A with 18pts beating Pleasanton Rage 2-1, Manteca Rangers 7-0 and then beat Juventus SC 3-1 in the semi-final. WCS Katz finished top in bracket B with 17 pts defeating Central Coast 2-0 and Juventus SC 2-1 and then knocked out cross town rivals Pleasanton Rage 1-0 in an exciting Derby match setting up an ALL West Coast Final. It is very rare to have two teams in the same age group, from the same club that are good enough to make it through group play and semi-finals to play each other in the championship game but West Coast Soccer continues to develop top flight teams. West Coast Wild and Katz battled it out to a 3-0 win for Wild but coach Dayak was very impressed with his teams. “It is not a surprise to me to see these two teams made it through to the final, I know how hard both teams have been training and the commitment that they have to the sport as players. I could not be more impressed with how the girls handled playing each other a sign of true club unity” this was evident when the whistle blew and all 22 players on the field bowed down in unison to each other showing club solidarity and pride. The club pride did not stop there as both teams got together for a group photo after the championship match. West Coast Soccer showed their depth in development as the U17 Wildfire also competed in the Women’s division and met the challenge defeating Los Gatos United 6-0 and Legends FC 5-0 after the game Legends coach said “West Coast Wildfire 00 team is the best that I’ve seen in a very long time, congrats to coach Troy Dayak and the club” Wildfire took on an extremely athletic Milan FC team who took an early 2-0 lead in the first half. Wildfire did not succumb to their powerful play but stayed calm and continued to play their game and with the rain coming down hard they brought a storm of their own the second half scoring 4 un answered goals to take the win 4-2 and sent the Wildfire into the championship game. Wildfire on a positive play high did not waste much time and picked up where they left off scoring 4 more in the final defeating Bay Oaks 4-0 to claim the MVLA Cup. Wildfire even though playing up two age groups posted 19 goals for and only 2 against. With these results West Coast Soccer earned top spots and reign as undisputed champions of the Women’s division at the MVLA Cup.