FC Kitsap Red 89 Red - Wins GU16 Challenge Cup
FC Kitsap 89 Red - Wins GU16 WSYSA Challenge Cup!
Today the FC Kitsap 89 Red - won the inaugural WSYSA GU16 Challenge Cup Finals match 4-0 at Art Crate Stadium in Spanaway.
Congratulations to Coach Megson and the entire GU16 FC Kitsap 89 Red Team.
Winners of the Cup and recepient of the LeAnne Ehnat Fair Play Award
FC Kitsap 89 Red - Team Photo
Identification of Players (Left to Right)
Maria Jose, Samantha Megson, Shawna Waters, Sheree Kuehl, Annie Johns, Coach Neil Megson, Sierra Cook, Kayleigh Badger, Lauren Perteet, Kaileigh Westerman, Korina Kaio-Maddox, Samantha Gallegos, Tori Fairweather, Aisha Shurick, Britni Manley, Pepper Fanua, Alegra Waldron, Monique Morey & Annabel Dessert.
A spectacular 4-0 win over Dosveedanya on Saturday, March 5th, was the perfect way to end the year for the FC Kitsap Red’s in the inaugural Challenge Cup Championship game. The first goal started with a well placed cross from Kitsap’s Samantha Gallegos and finished by Sierra Cook midway through the first half of the game. A second goal was scored shortly thereafter finished again by Cook, this time on a cross from Kayleigh Badger. Pepper Fanua was goalie for Kitsap in the first half keeping Dosveedanya with no score making the half time score Kitsap-2, Dos-0. Late into the second half, Kayleigh Badger scored. With twelve minutes left in the game, Cook scored the final goal, giving her a hat trick. Monique Morey, Kitsap’s keeper for the second half, maintained Kitsap’s goal well, keeping the score zero for Dosveedanya. The FC Kitsap Red’s were also presented the Challenge Cup “Fair Play” award during the medal ceremony. This team is coached by, FC Kitsap’s Director of Coaching, Neil Megson. Other contributors to the Tournament win were: forward; Samantha Megson, midfielders; Annabel Dessert, Annie Johns, Maria Jose, Korina Kaio-Maddox, Sheree Kuehl, Britni Manley, &Alegra Waldron, plus defenders;, Lauren Perteet, Aysha Shurick, Shawna Waters, & Kaileigh Westerman . Rostered but injured player Tori Fairweather cheered her teammates on to victory.