Good luck to the Sporting STL 2006 Academy squad who open National League play Sunday. The team advanced to the semifinals at the Midwest Regional Championships and this season, Sporting STL has already shown an ability to excel in a league format, as it went 9-0-0 to finish first in the 2019 fall season of the Midwest Conference. Fellow White Division side GSC Prima Green 06G (NE) also had a strong performance in the recent Midwest Conference season, as it finished just behind Sporting STL with a 6-2-1 record. They’ll play on Wednesday in the final game of this round. Via National League Preview Sporting STL 2006 Academy Open National League Play
UPDATE via National League’s report
I’ve got a couple of galleries of the girls from May 2018 when they were still playing 9v9, I wrote about their two matches at the Rush Mother’s Day tournament and the quality on display.
I’ll have an updated report soon for the teams that begin play in December.
|Nov 24||10:00 AM||Sporting STL Academy v Alleycats Academy (NY)||0-0 D|
|Nov 25||7:00 AM||Sporting STL Academy v Century Gold (PA)||3-0 W|
|Nov 26||10:00 AM||Sporting STL Academy v Sunrise Prime (FL)||3-0 W|
|Nov 27||8:00 AM||Sporting STL Academy v GSC Prima Green (NE)||6-1 W|
Two days of 14U Girls games are complete after a long day of action in Boca Raton, FL. #EarnYourPlace
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OPENING DAY HIGHLIGHTS
Sporting STL 2006 Academy Stevens at National League via Kimberly Buescher Derucki
SLIDESHOW – against SLSG Elite and then