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The force was out this weekend at the Jack Walsh Tournament where our very own Force came in 1st place for the second year in a row!
The Methacton Force started their U16 season with a third place finish at the Whitewater Cup. Way to go girls!
The U15G Methacton United Force advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pennsylvania State Challenge Cup this weekend with a shutout win over Lionville on Saturday and an exciting 3-3 tie with PA Classics Premier on Sunday.
On Saturday the Force were led by Madia Mazzucola who worked her way into the danger area when she was grabbed from behind and got a penalty called on Lionville, Madia took the PK and blasted it into the left side netting for the 1-0 win over Lionville. Goalkeepers Cara Marquardt and Allyson Frey teamed up for the shutout win behind the fierce Force defense featuring Izzy LeGendre, Morgan Richardson, Raelyn Lumley, Kaitlyn Porta, Danielle Hollidge and Katherine Jaworski.
On Sunday the Force needed a tie or a win to move on to the quarterfinals. They took a 2-0 lead over PA Classics into halftime on goals by Marissa Grasso and Madia Mazzucola. After the half PA Classics poured on the pressure and took a 3-2 lead. But Kiera Thomas told her coach before she went in, "We Got This" and the Force "literally" moved up the slanted field and got the ball to Kiera who slotted the game-tying goal to propel the Force on to the next round of the playoffs. Congratulations to the Force and keep it rolling!
Heres a picture of the girls after reaching the quarterfinals...
March 6, 2017 -- U15G (2002) Methacton United Force won the Indoor JV Division at All Sports Center with a 2-1 Overtime victory over the U17G FC Providence Shockers. A sweet outlet pass from Defender Raelyn Lumley to Striker Kiera Thomas put Kiera in position to split the defense and she smoothly slotted the ball in for the victory. Striker Madia Mazzucola scored early the match with a solid strike to the far post on the first goal on a pass from Raelyn, who had two assists in the game. Keeper Cara Marquardt made some nice saves in the net and the entire Force squad played excellent defense in the win! Congrats to the girls on their solid playoff win and medal winning performance!
September 3, 2016 — Congratulations to our U15 Force girls, who went undefeated on their way to the Championship at the one-day PSC Labor Day Invitational.
The girls won their first game with a 6-0 win over Hammonton and then kept the defense rolling with another shutout 1-0 win over Concord.
In the finale, the Force tied Monroe 1-1, securing the win with the most points, the most goals scored, and the fewest goals allowed. The Force’s stingy defense only allowed a single goal over three games, while the offense racked up eight goals to win the six-team bracket.
Great work, girls!
June 2016 — Congratulations to our U13 Force girls on capturing second place in the Rock League this spring! On their way to six wins and only one loss, the Force scored a whopping 39 goals in 7 games, while only surrendering 9!
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|Methacton United Force||18||7||6||0||1||39||9||+16|
|Boyertown SC Union||11||7||3||2||2||14||14||+3|
|FSC Lady Dragons||6||7||2||0||5||7||22||-9|
|Fox Chase Miss Fits||0||7||0||0||7||4||30||-19|
August 2, 2015 — Our U13 Force girls had a great weekend at the West Chester Summer Classic, winning their bracket on Saturday with a 2-1 victory against Lower Merion Summer Select and a down-to-the-wire 2-2 draw against West Chester Pride 02.
On Sunday, the girls were Finals-bound after their 2-1 semifinal win over girlsCAN Football Academy of Connecticut! Although they ultimately lost in the final to West Chester Eagles 02, it was a fantastic weekend for the development and growth of the team in their first season of full-sided 11v11 soccer.
Cheers to the Force!
July 26, 2015 — The Force girls came through on Sunday with a solid 3-1 win over the Harrisburg City Islanders Academy at the prestigious Lititz Summer Showcase Tournament. Saturday proved to be a tough day in the heat, but a good learning experience against two highly accomplished academy teams from New York (East Hudson Valley Academy) and New Jersey (Middletown Academy).
Congratulations on a great weekend, girls!