State cup thriller and success! Our U12B 2005 Yellow Team with coach Alex King won a hard fought championship game scoring a deserved equalizer with less than a minute to go in regulation to take the game to penalties. The boys then kept their nerve and prevailed 4-2 in PK. What an exciting game and great end for their 2016 season it was - very well done boys!
Congratulations to our CVM Academy 04 Boys
Winner of the 2016 NorCal Region 3/4 PREMIER Division!
Congratulations to our CVM Academy 04 Boys and coach Dave Barrett on a perfect fall season. The team won 10 out of 10 games in the NorCal Region 3/4 PREMIER Division! The team also qualified for the Nor Cal State Premier bracket and will battling it out with the top 32 teams come January. What a great achievement for this academy team and the coach in their first season together - very well done boys!
SHOUT-OUT to our U13 2004 Girls Team
State cup champions in the 2016 gold 3 division
State Cup SHOUT-OUT to our U13 2004 Girls who clinched a tight final to become 2016 state cup champions in the Gold 3 division. In a game that lacked any clear cut opportunities it was Castro Valley that would be able to find the back of the net, with the only goal of the game coming 4 minutes from time from Charlotte Caistor off a corner kick. The team’s defensive stability has been the basis of their success this year and they were able to hold on for the win, giving them shut outs in their quarter, semi, and final games. This is a huge achievement for the girls and the club, coaches, and parents are extremely proud of the them. Keep up the good work!
Congratulations to the CVSC U16 2001 Girls Green Team
Winning their Fall 2016 Norcal NPL2 division
HUGE Congratulations to the CVSC U16 2001 Girls Green team on a great showing during the NPL Fall Showcase in Davis the weekend of November 19 & 20! With just six points separating first and seventh place in the NPL2 division heading into the weekend, coach Garry Agnew's Girls leapfrogged Vision Academy to top the table and earn the only NPL 1 spot from their division for the spring. They cleared the way with a decisive 7-1 victory over San Ramon NPL on Saturday - goals by Tanya Brouse (5 of them!), Elma Sabanovic and Yasmeen White. Followed by a division title-clinching 1-0 win over De Anza Force North on Sunday - winning goal scored by Ava Marrama. Wonderful job girls, we are very proud of you! CV You Know!!
Congratulations to our U14 2003 Girls Team
Finishing in first place in their Norcal 2016 Fall League
Congratulations to our U14 2003 Girls Team who finished in first place in their Norcal Silver Fall league campaign going undefeated, scoring 46 goals along the way, and only conceding 6.The girls finished level on points with 2 other teams but managed to take first place due to their superior goal difference. The team has shown huge improvements and their coaches and parents are extremely proud of their achievements. Well done girls, keep up the good work.
Congratulations to our 2007 White Boys Team
Winning their 2016 State Cup Bracket
Congratulations to our 2007 White Boys team and coach Connor Thornton who won their State Cup Bracket this past weekend. The boys played some great soccer and put up an excellent team effort already in their first elimination game; coming back from a 2-0 deficit with only 15 minutes left to still win the game. In the championship they found themselves down again by a goal two times, against a very good Mill Valley team, but they never gave up and eventually took the lead that they were able to hold on to. These boys have improved continuously over the season, both individually and as a team, and they all gave their very best in these final games.
Congratulations to our U9 Girls (2008) Team
Winning 2016 State Cup Title and Norcal Fall League
Congratulations to our U9 Girls Green team. The 2008 girls finished their 2016 season off in remarkable style by winning the Premier 3 State Cup with a 3-0 finals win over Pleasanton Rage Premier. The team had fought hard throughout the tournament and had won their semi final in overtime the day before.
The week before the team had also secured 1st place in their Norcal region 3/4 Silver Elite Fall League with a record of 7-1-0; scoring 33 goals along the way.
It was a truly fun season for the girls and we are excited to see what the future holds for this group of players.
The following girls play for the 2008 girls team: Evie Halverson, Claire Lowery, Daniela Perez, Kaya Bullard, Madison Lew, Malia Robinson, Olivia Villegas, Abby Forsgren, Andrea Alonso and Krystie Gomes
The team is coach by Andy Hulbert and Meg Forsgren.
CVM U17 Boys Academy Team
Finishing at the top of the U17 NPL 2 Fall League
CONGRATULATIONS to the Castro Valley-Montclair (CVM) U17 Boys Academy Team and Head Coach David Barrett on clinching the U17 NPL 2 2016 Fall League Title this past weekend! The team went unbeaten in the last 4 games, scoring 9 goals and conceding 0. A great effort by the team who battled through some tough games with many members of team sidelined through injury. Great work lads!
U8 Girls 2009 Team: Champions at 2016 Impact Boo Fest Tournament
The Scoring Dead Zombie Girls won it all
Congratulations to our Scoring Dead Soccer Team (aka U8 Girls 2009 Team) - Champions at the 2016 Impact Boo Fest Tournament. These Zombie Girls KILLED IT on the field showing NO MERCY in their 4 wins including a 4-1 finish in the final championship game vs a very strong team from Impact that usually plays up in the U9 age group. What a fun rainy weekend it was. Very good job girls!!
U11B Green Team: Finalist at the 2016 Dublin Fall Classic
Our U11B (2006) Green Team performed excellently this past weekend at the Dublin Fall Classic taking second place. Having won their 3 group games scoring 13 goals and only giving up 2, they had a heartbreaking loss on PK’s in the final after the game finished 2-2 after overtime. The boys have shown significant improvements and made both their coaches and parents proud. Well done boys!
Congratulations to our U11G (2006) Yellow Team
Champion at the 2016 Footie Fest
Congratulations to our U11G (2006) Yellow team - champion in their group at the 2016 Footie Fest. They won by the narrow margin of one point in this group of 5 (round robin style). It was a very exciting group with the top three teams finishing with the exact same 2-1-1 record and the girls secured their number one spot in the last game with a 4:0 shutout to give them the extra points needed. What a great effort by these girls!
Congratulations to our U9B (2008) Green and U10B (2007) Yellow Team.
Finishing in 1st and 2nd place at the 2016 Footie Fest
Congratulations to our U9B (2008) Green and U10B (2007) Yellow Team. After finishing in 1st and 2nd place in the U10 group phase at the 2016 Footie Fest they met each other in the final championship game. It was a nail-biter: Still tied after overtime it went into PK and ended with the U10B taking the win. Sure had all the Castro Valley families on the edge of their seats! It was a fun weekend for both teams - very well done boys!
Congratulation to the Castro Valley-Montclair 2000 Academy Boys team
Winning the Fall 2016 Davis Legacy tournament
CVM 2000 Boys won the Davis Legacy tournament this weekend. The team went unbeaten throughout all four games. The team scored an impressive 14 goals without conceding a single goal in 240 minutes of soccer. Andres Beck-Ruiz with the game winner 1-0 in the final against a very strong Santa Clara side. Ryan Allen and his defensive unit kept 4 consecutive shut outs. what a great effort by the boys.
Congratulations to the U11B (2006) Yellow Team
Second place finish at the 2016 Soccer by the Bay Tournament
Here's to our U11 (2006) Boys Yellow team - celebrating after their second place finish at the Soccer by the Bay Tournament. They finished first in their bracket with 2 wins and one tie to advance to the championship game where they put up a great fight but lost against a very strong opponent. The boys played hard all weekend and had tons of fun along the way!
Congratulations to our U10 (2007) Girls team
Second place at the 2016 Stanford Summer Classic Tournament
Congratulations to our U10 (2007) Girls team - taking second place at the 2016 Stanford Summer Classic Tournament. The girls had lots of fun and played hard all weekend. They won their bracket in the group phase to advance to the final which they narrowly lost 1:2. Great effort by all these girls - we are proud of you!
Congratulations to our U17 (2000-2001) Boys team
1st place in the 2016 Dublin Shamrock tournament
Congratulations to our U17 (2000-2001) Boys team, taking 1st place in the 2016 Dublin Shamrock tournament! They finished first in their group with 3 wins and one tie, while playing their final game with only 10 players. Well done Boys!
2016 Soccer by the Bay Champions
U11 (2006) Girls Green Team
Congratulations to our U11 (2006) Girls Green Team for winning their group at the 2016 soccer by the Bay Tournament. It was great to see them work hard and play some good soccer over the course of the 4 games; finishing with a clean 4 wins record. Great job Girls!
Congratulations to our CVM 2004 U13 Boys Team
CHAMPIONS at the 2016 Ballistic Summer Classic in the Gold Division
HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to our Castro Valley-Montclair (CVM) Academy 04 Boys team and their coaches Dave Barrett & Rob Busa: CHAMPIONS at the 2016 Ballistic Summer Classic in the Gold (highest) division. The U13 boys went 4-0-0 this weekend, defeating Mustang 4-0 in the Championship Game! What a great team effort and performance by all these boys!
Congratulations to our U9 (2008) Girls team
Taking second place in the 2016 Walnut Creek Silver Cup
Congratulations to our U9 (2008) Girls team - taking second place in the 2016 Walnut Creek Silver Cup. They played hard all weekend with temperatures at 100F and having only one sub for all games. They advanced to the final with a 2 wins and 1 tie record. The final was a nail-biter; going back and forth against the home team from Walnut Creek and losing it in the last minutes 4:5. Great effort by all the girls!
Congratulations to the CVSC 2003 girls
Champions at the 2016 Juventus tournament in Redwood City
Congratulation to the CVSC 2003 girls. They produced a great display of attacking and defensive soccer to win the Juventus tournament in Redwood City. With a record of 3 wins and 1 tie they managed to score 15 goals, and only giving up 1 on their way to the championship. The girls managed to put a season best performances together over the 2 day tournament to thoroughly deserve the win. Well done girls, keep up the good work
VICTORY at 2016 Roseville Junction City Silver Cup
Suhani Abdullah: USYSA Area 4 Female Youth Referee of the Year!
Castro Valley Soccer Club is proud to announce that Suhani Abdullah has been honored as the USYSA Area 4 Female Youth Referee of the Year. Area 4 is comprised of the 13 western states and Suhani is #1 in our part of the world!
Suhani began playing soccer at age 8 and began refereeing in 2011 at age 14. Starting on the touchlines as an Assistant Referee, she was promoted to Center Referee her first year. Early on, she demonstrated by her calls, confidence and grace on the pitch, a talent for refereeing we have all admired. As she was assigned matches of increasing competitiveness with older youth, she began to draw the attention of referee assignors around the area. In 2015, she received the Female Youth Referee of the Year for CYSA Region 4 of Northern California, and earlier this year, was honored as Female Youth Referee of California. Throughout this time, Suhani has been a wonderful mentor and friend to many younger and newer youth referees--part of the referee ethos, "to help others as I have been helped."
As her abilities have developed and become known, she has been invited to referee in soccer tournaments throughout the west, including in Alaska, Idaho, Colorado, Arizona and southern California. And she has attracted the attention of those who train referees for the higher level assignments. Not to mention that she has already earned a grade 7 referee license.
Suhani is currently a sophomore at UC Berkeley reading Economics and Math. She looks forward to becoming a grade 6 referee in 2017, and in the meantime, increase her skills on the pitch.
And, what's it like to referee? Quoting Suhani, "...refereeing has been the absolute best job I could ask for. I get to work in a high-pressure environment that changes every single game, which is really exciting and fun for me. I've also met some of the coolest people and made some fantastic friends along the way, from Castro Valley all to way to..." [Editor left the last place word out, because Suhani hasn't stopped meeting cool new people in cool new places.]
Suhani---Congratulations from all your friends, your fellow referees and everyone at CVSC. Well done!
CV United 2005 Girls Green Team
2nd Place at Cal Cup 2016
The CV United 2005 Girls Green U12 team had a great weekend at their 2016 Spring Cal Cup tournament. They made it to the finals with 2 wins and 1 tie. The Championship game that followed was a real nail-biter: Tied after regulation they went into over time, still tied after two more goals, and ultimately they lost it in PKs. The girls put in a great performance and it was a very exciting weekend for all of them. Congratulations to the players and coaches. CV you know!
Congratulations CVM Academy 04 Boys
Making it to the semi finals of NorCal's Cross Regionals
Our Castro Valley-Montclair (CVM) Academy 04 Boys ended a successful 2016 spring season by making it to the semi finals of NorCal's Cross Regionals. This is a tournament for the top 8 teams from all Northern California's Premier regions!
After taking taking 2nd place in region 3/4 Premier division the team then won a 1/4 final match up against Santa Rosa in a 4-2 thriller. Angel Fernandez leading the team to victory with his 3rd hat trick of the season. The team unfortunately fell short in a tense semi final with the eventual Champions Davis. The 24-7 coaching staff, CVSC and MSC are very proud of the boys and it's a very impressive start to the teams first season together.
Congratulations CVM Academy 04 Boys.
Here is to our U19 (97/98) National Premier League (NPL) Girls team.
The Castro Valley Soccer Club wishes to congratulate and highlight our U19 (97/98) National Premier League (NPL) Girls team. They just finished their season and are looking back to some outstanding achievements and a great time together in their last year as a NPL team. Several of the girls have already signed college commitment to play soccer at the next level. We are very proud of all these girls and wish the best to all of them for their future. And we are looking forward to seeing more of them - wherever their (soccer) career takes them next.
CVSC's Kilmartin Represents Tonga in WWCQ
Soccer Opens Door to International Experience
CVSC's Rebecca Kilmartin recently had the honor of playing for Tonga in the Oceania Football Confederation's Women's Nation Cup in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea. The Cup tournament determines which country will represent OFC at the 2015 Women's World Cup that will be held in Canada.
in Walnut Creek Fall Classic Tournament with 4 shutouts!
CVSC Wolfpack U19 Girls played in the Walnut Creek Fall Classic Tournament September 28-29, 2013 and came in 1st place with 4 shut outs... a clean sheet across the board... 4-0, 4-0, 3-0 and 1-0 in the finals
CVSC Player Selected for US National Training Center
Rebekah Valdez Trains with US Youth National Team Coaches
The Castro Valley Soccer Club is proud to announce that U13G United competitive player, Rebekah Valdez was selected to attend a prestigious US National team training center on June 4, 2013, after she was identified for superior performance at a PDP event in May.
Andrew Chalker signs letter of intent to Dominican University
Andrew Chalker was the first of our older competiitve players to sign a letter of intent to play soccer at College.
We would like to congratulate Andew on his great achievement. Andrew has been part of Castro Valley Soccer for the past 6 years and is a great example to all players with his great work ethic and passion for the game of soccer.
CVSC’s U14G Premier team was recently featured on the cover of Compete Nation magazine with lengthy story chronicling their last three years as team. The U14 Castro Valley Girls’ soccer team has taken quite a unique path on its journey to compete with the best teams in Northern California and beyond. While in existence since U9, the team has gone through a metamorphosis in the past 5 years into something that is almost unrecognizable today.
TURLOCK, CA - The CVSC U16 Boys United - Green won the club’s 2nd NorCal State Cup this year and 3rd in club history when they defeated the San Ramon Azuri Boys 95 in the Norcal State Gold Cup finals on Sunday, May 1 with a 3-2 golden goal victory after the match ended in a 2-2 draw after regulation time.
WOODLAND, CA - The CVSC U13 Girls United - Green won the 2nd NorCal State Cup title in club history when they defeated Elk Grove Everton in the Norcal Premier 1 Cup finals on Sunday, February 13 on kicks from the mark (5-3) after the match went full-time and extra-time without a winner. Securing their fifth tournament championship of the season, United was one of only two teams to go undefeated throughout all five rounds of the tournament.
Castro Valley Fury have taken home 1st place in their last 2 tournaments.
On September 25th and 26th they won the Dublin Fall Classic beating San Ramon Azzuri 5-4 on penalties in the final. In group games they beat San Ramon 1-0, drew 1-1 with Sunnyvale and beat Tri Valley 6-0.
On October 30th and 31st they won the Placer Prestige Cup beating Turlock 1-0 in the final. In group games they beat Bay Oaks 4-0, drew 1-1 with Turlock and beat Nevada Elite 1-0.
Fury are coached by Andy Hulbert and Roger Casci. Team members are Kimberly Barclay, Samantha Casci, Quinn Forrester-Wamsley, Odessa Garay, Claudia Henriquez, Cailin Keenan, Nicole Mitchell, MaryAnn Nguyen, Miranda Nild, Olivia Regalia, Savannah Rosales Brand, Anushka Singh, Adrianna Tucker, Sarah Wohlner
Castro Valley U16 Girls team Wolfpack take 2nd place
Castro Valley U16 Girls team (Wolfpack) took 2nd place in the Petaluma "Harvest Moon" Classic over the 9/25-26 weekend.
Back Row (from left): Kelly Schmid, Brittany McClintock, Bhavisha Bhukhan, Nicole Torres, Danika Perry, Sierra Deaton,
Julie Wilton, Madison Hall, Christina Oliveros, Jasmine Grewal, Savanah Khan
Middle Row (from left): Amanda Rogers, Andrea Oliveros, Alejandra Torres, Maddy Hahn, Jennie Hankins
Front: Tara Dehdari
Not in picture: Coaches David Hahn, Miguel Torres and Emily Hall
U19G CV Speed Demons bring home Silver
San Ramon Scramble
The Scramble's 13th year brought sweltering heat and some fierce competition to San Ramon this last weekend. Down two players to injury, the Speed Demons battled but lost to the finalist from last year, Livermore Blue Flames, by the score of 2-1 in a back-and-forth match. Both teams showed off superb passing games, great team defense and keepr play in a game that could have gone either way. The game winner was scored on a free kick just outside the 18 with under 10 minutes in the match.
The Speed Demons defeated a talented Pleasanton Renegades team in the opener and played to a 0-0 tie in the second game against last years Champion, San Ramon Boomers. The Speed Demons closed out group play with a 4-2 victory over Livermore Fusion to reach the finals.
Back row: Mike Hughes - Coach, Katie Sadoff, Julia Ceniceros, Tess Ferrari, Shira Laux, Aliya Hupp, Jackie Reis, Carlo Pizzotti - Coach
Middle row: Monica Gamez, Mac Hughes, Kelsey Kong, Ava Andrade, Haley Gilham, Casie Peterson, Jenny Reis, Kelsey Dunnigan
Front Row: Natalie and Angela Ortiz
CV United U13 D1 Girls WIN HK Shoot-Out
Mission Valley HK Shoot-Out Sunday, Sept. 26
FREMONT, CA - The Castro Valley Soccer Club U13 D1 Green girls team won the Mission Valley HK Shoot-Out on Sunday, Sept. 26 in dominating fashion. Securing their 2nd tournament championship in four weeks, United won all 4of their games, scoring a total of 16 goals, while conceding only 1. The girls stayed committed to attractive attacking soccer and were justly rewarded with significant possession of the ball, as the games were predominantly contested in their opponents" half of the field. United got the tournament started on Saturday with a 3-1 win over Palo Alto, followed by a gritty 1-0 victory over the Vacaville Thunderbirds. Sunday morning saw the girls outplay Mission Valley by a 5-0 margin, which represented the first defeat of the season for the host team. United then secured the trophy with a relaxed 7-0 win over Lamorinda White. Building on the success of their previous tournament win, the results brought United's record to 9-1 over their last 10 games, giving the girls significant momentum for continued Fall league success.
Pictured, left to right:
Front Row: Taylor DeMasi, Jessica Ko, Jamie McPherson, Emma Barrow, Elizabeth Moreno, Arianna Alfaro