The U10 West Coast Soccer Rumble boys team played in the Stanford Cup Tournament showing a tremendous amount of character in both their play and sportsmanship. WCS Rumble battled back after a couple of early losses to advance to the semi-finals and ultimately placing second in a highly competitive gold level. “We played against some very competitive teams and tested ourselves at a higher gold level.
Win, lose or draw, right now it’s about learning the game and understanding that our style of play is always evolving. I’m proud of the team making it to the championship game in their 1st tournament.” Said Coach Rob Hansen.
The WCS Rumble grew each game dealing with physical, organized teams and had to make adjustments in their style of play to be successful. Connor Shenave, Zayden Ishak, Isaiah Rodriquez and Dinolen Shang were stand outs on offense while Alec Staples played in goal all weekend making many amazing saves.