Hi Real SC family!
We hope you are all doing well!
Over the next few weeks, we want to give all Real families some updates about the Fall season, as this soccer season wraps up with the end of the first session of the Idaho Futsal league on Dec 18. Specifically today we have a story about one of our competitive teams: our U14 boys. And no, we are not talking about Elan Musk inviting our team to a trip to the Moon! (Although we would not be surprised -- see below).
We have much more to say about the rest of our teams and programs last outdoor season so as said we will be sending another newsletter in the next few weeks including U4-U9 youth academy news from last Fall, another story about one of our teams in the Fall league, which also rocked and Real SC teams progress in the current Idaho Futsal League.
U14 BOYS GO TO THE MOON, WIN IYSA FALL LEAGUE!
The big news of the Fall outdoor season was that our U14 boys team won the ISL IYSA league, undefeated with a 6W-2D-0L season! It is not only the record but the way these boys played.
"With much appreciation and sincere admiration, I, as well as coach Brent, would like to congratulate the Real Middleton U-14 boys team for their amazing achievement. Going undefeated in a season is extremely hard but their talent, dedication, and hard work paid off" head coach, Raul Vidrio said.
Coach Raul started with this team in our academy program at U8. Since then other kids from the area have joined the group.
"It has been amazing to watch this team grow. It was not pretty at times during the first few years but little by little, coach Raul has been really impacting the way these kids play. The boys never give up a single game since they were little and now they are having so much fun.", said Director of Coaching Juanjo Carmona.
There is no doubt that when a group of players believe in their coaches, and with the full support we get from parents, amazing things happen.
Coach Raul also had some words for his parents and staff: "We would like to thank the parents and staff that made it possible for these kids to achieve this level of success!"