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Team Applications for the 2014 Fall season available April 1 www.coastsoccer.com
DEADLINE MAY 15
New Clubs will need to get prior approval by Cal South www.calsouth.com . League requirements on left side of CSL front page under LEAGUE REQ
Play dates are Sept. 6 - Nov. 23 for U14-19 (so players can participate with their High School teams). Sept.6 - Dec. 14 for U8-U13.
League Fees will be $450 (plus $1075 for Premier teams U16/U17/U19 and $500 for Premier U14/15)
U19 Premier is only for 2013 U17 teams moving up.
Performance Bond for new teams: $150
No League Cup fee
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G8 Champions Eagles / Finalists OC Premier Orange
B9 Champions Total Futbol Academy/Finalists Xplosion Black
G9 Champions Fullerton Rangers /Finalists OC Premier Orange
B10 Champions Total Futbol Academy /Finalists CVU Blue
G10 Champions Eagles / Finalists Fullerton Rangers
B11 Champions Total Futbol Academy /Finalists FC Golden State Academy
G11 Champions Eagles /Finalists BYSC Corona United
B12 Champions Total Futbol Academy / Finalists Total Futbol Academy B
G12 Champions Eagles / Finalists Simi Valley Eclipse
B13 Champions Empire SC Orange/Finalists Fullerton Rangers White
G13 Champions LA Premier FC / Finalists CVU White
B14 Champions Fullerton Rangers White / Finalists Chivas USA
G14 Champions LA Premier FC / Finalistsj FC Man United
B15 Champions FC Golden State Academy / Finalists CA Premier Capo FC Blue
G15 Champions Tustin United White / Finalists Carlsbad Elite
B16 Champions FC Golden State Premier / Finalists PCSC Red
G16 Champions Wolfpack / Finalists IE Surf Sandquist
B17 Champions DMS 11 / Finalists Oxnard United SC White
G17 Champions Simi Valley Eclipse / Finalists OC Premier Orange
B19 Champions UIFC Delfines LA / Finalists FC Deportivo
G19 Champions Valley United Donald / Finalists AC Brea
[Chad Konecky, Special to USA TODAY High School Sports]
El Rancho (Pico Rivera, California) senior forward Cristian Roldan was sitting in marine biology class when he learned he’d moved to the top of the food chain in high school soccer. Roldan was named the 2012-13 Gatorade National Boys Soccer Player of the Year. Two-time FIFA World Cup veteran Alexi Lalas delivered the news in a surprise visit.
’'Just to be mentioned in the same sentence as people who have won this award is mind-blowing,’' Roldan said. ’'It’s something I’ll probably never live up to, but this is also a day I’ll never forget.’'
The 5-foot-7, 165-pound Roldan led the Dons to a 29-2-1 record and the CIF-Southern Section Division III crown this past season. Roldan scored 54 goals and passed for 31 assists as El Rancho also captured the Division I title at the CIF Southern California Regional Soccer Championships. He has signed with the University of Washington.
The Gatorade Player of the Year award recognizes outstanding athletic excellence as well as high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field. Roldan is now a finalist for the Gatorade Male High School Athlete of the Year award. USA Today High School Sports administrates the nationwide selection process in collaboration with Gatorade.
’'Cristian has a midfielder’s mentality, but a finisher’s foot,’'said Sheldon Shealer, Editor of EliteSoccerReport.com. ’'Despite his small stature, he can be a physical player. His 54 high school goals against some of the best competition in the state this past season show he’s an effective goal-scorer. Cristian had opportunities to play for higher-profile clubs and even transfer to prominent private schools, but declined in order to stay with his El Rancho teammates, leading them to a sectional and regional title in 2013.’'
Roldan, who also plays central midfield, concluded his prep career with 94 goals and 71 assists despite missing all but two games of his freshman year with an arm injury. He was named the 2013 Southern Section Division III Most Valuable Player. Roldan also earned Southern Section Division IV MVP honors as a sophomore in 2011 when he led El Rancho to the first of two sectional titles in a three-year span. The Dons are 78-6-3 since 2010.
’'Soccer has grown exponentially across the U.S., but Cristian is a star in the hotbed of Southern California,’'said Lalas, 42, who was named Gatorade Michigan Boys Soccer Player of the Year in 1987-88 and is now a television analyst for ABC and ESPN. ’'That geography makes his accomplishments that much more impressive. What’s even more special is that this is about who he is off the field too’-the academics and the community service. In my experience, those additional tools are going to make him a better soccer player.’'
Also a three-year varsity volleyball starter, Roldan has maintained a 3.39 GPA in the classroom. He has volunteered locally as an American Youth Soccer Organization coach and as part of El Rancho’s Blue Pride service project for which students coordinate and execute annual refurbishment and beautification initiatives on campus. A member of the California Scholarship Federation for maintaining a B+ average and serving as a peer mentor, Roldan is a four-year participant on the Dons’ College Bound Athletes committee, which serves as a guidance and support group for aspiring college athletes in addition to assisting with school athletic department activities.
Roldan, 17, is a first-generation American citizen. He becomes the 60th prep athlete from California to earn national Gatorade honors in the award’s 28-year history, more than any other state. Texas (27), Florida (19) and Illinois (15) are next. Roldan is the fourth boys national winner from California, joining MLS defender Jordan Harvey (2001-02), former MLS midfielder Greg Dalby (2002-03) and University of California at Santa Barbara freshman forward Ema Boateng (2011-12). He is the first from LA County.
REY ORTIZ, Carlsbad Elite B16 Premier, 2012 CAL SOUTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JIMMY OBLEDA, Fullerton Rangers DOC, 2012 CAL SOUTH BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR
Fullerton Rangers Do It Again!
For the second time in two years, Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S) are national champions, notching a 1-0 victory over Challenger Crew Jrs (OH-N). For the second time in two years, Fullerton secured the title without conceding a single goal. Fullerton’s goal came when George Castro received the ball with his back to goal in the 16th minute, spun his defender and beat he keeper far post. Castro netted a tournament-leading four goals this week. Saturday’s game was a much closer contest than the game between these two sides on the first day of play, which Fullerton won 4-0.
The field must be rectangular as in full sided (11v11) soccer, it can not be square.
The field may be a minimum of 40 yards wide, and a maximum of 50 yards wide.
The field may be a minimum of 70 yards long, and a maximum of 80 yards long.
The goals may be between 6 to 7 feet high, and may be between 18 21 feet wide.
Mark a HALFWAY LINE.
The CENTER CIRCLE is an 8 yard radius.
CORNER ARCS are 2 foot radius.
The GOAL AREA is marked 6 yards to the side of each goalpost, and 6 yards out into the field.
The PENALTY AREA is 14 yards to the side of each
goalpost, and 14 yards into the field.
The PENALTY SPOT is 8 yards out from the center of the Goal Line.