JSC Capital City Strikers (99 Boys) Win 2013 Alaska Airlines Cup
The Juneau Soccer Club's 99 Boys team beat the Eclipse Phoenix of Fairbanks to take the U15 Alaska Airlines Cup championship on Sunday, June 2. The game was tied 1-1 after regular time and stayed that way through 20 minutes of overtime. It was decided by a penalty kick shootout. The Strikers fell behind in the shootout 2-0 and needed to hit two straight and get a Fairbanks miss in order to stay alive. JJ Mosher did his part by hitting the first do or die shot. The next Phoenix player missed high. Then Ben Undurraga made his shot to extend the shootout. When Fairbanks hit its next try it was up to Sherrod Miller to keep it going and he delivered with a shot into the upper right corner of the net. The next Fairbanks try was smothered by goalie John Seymour and Eli Gregory stepped up and hit the game winner for Juneau. John Seymour recieved the Ina K award for his outstanding play and sportsmanship. The Strikers are coached by Troy Choquette. You can read more about the tourney in the June 3 and June 4 issues of the Juneau Empire.
Capital City Strikers, Alaska Airlines Cup U15 Champions: Back row, left to right: Coach Troy Choquette, Rogelio Shapland-Murray, Igor Healy, Salar Peirovi, Riley Olsen, Eli Gregory, Michael White, Gavin Murphy, Brysen Mitchell; Front row, left to right: Cahal Morehouse, Ben Undurraga, Nick Heidersdorf, Ezra Gessele, Sherrod Miller, JJ Mosher; reclining: John Seymour.
Five other Juneau Soccer Club players participated in the tourney by joining up with teams fom Anchorage and Fairbanks. 97 Boys players Ryan Hoover and Ben Scudder and 98 Boys player John Scudder played with the U17 Cook Inlet Soccer Club Velocity Blue team and helped it win the championship 4-1 over the U16 Velocity Blue team. Ben Scudder recieved the Ina K award for his outstanding defensive play, leadership and sportsmanship. Amber White played with the Alaska Rush and played against older girls. Amber also was selected to play in the girls Alaska Airlines College ID Showcase game. Erica Holst played for the U15 girls champions, Eclipse Phoenix of Fairbanks. Ryan Hoover and Nick Stewart played in the boys Alaska Airlines College ID Showcase game.
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Juneau Soccer Club Schedules for March, April and May
Please make sure to look at the latest schedules for the Juneau Soccer Club age groups on the Juneau Soccer Club website: www.juneausoccer.org/practice.htm
For some background, historically the club just ran team practices on the weekends from March to May, and all other programs were not scheduled due to limitations of coach and gym availability. Over the past few years, JSC has tried to add in extra weeknight skill sessions whenever possible. A nice consistent schedule for everyone is always our goal, but not always a possibility.
March is a very difficult month to schedule for a number of reasons. One, high school spring sports take over all the week night time slots in the field house. Two, March and April school gym use is at a premium with adult volleyball, P&R basketball, Hooptime and various school-based programs using the gyms. Three, several of our JSC coaches are involved as coaches for the soccer programs at TMHS and JDHS, so availability on their part is limited. Four, the Juneau School District has their Spring Break in March, and we usually have the two weekends associated with that off. So what youíll find this year during March is that our competitive and pre-competitive programs will run only on some Saturdays. With the exception of March 2nd, our developmental programs (JSC 06/05 and JSC 07/08/09) will not be running for the rest of the month.
In April and May this year, we were able to get back into the field house a month sooner than we historically have been able to. We were given time on Mondays and Wednesday nights. Youíll find on the schedules that we will be able to run weeknight sessions for the JSC 06/05 developmental academy, the 05/04/03 pre-comp program, and the 02-99 competitive teams. After the JSC 3v3 World Cup event April 6/7th, our weekend sessions will move outdoors to the Adair-Kennedy Turf.
For those with children in the JSC 07/08/09 group, at this time we do not have the facilities or coaches available to run this program during March, April or May. Unless something opens up for us to run the program during this time frame (I will contact you by email if something opens up), our last session will be this Saturday, March 2. We look forward to resuming this program outside in June.
Again, please make sure to look at the latest schedules for the Juneau Soccer Club age groups on the Juneau Soccer Club website: www.juneausoccer.org/practice.htm
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Juneau Soccer Club is excited to announce that our players now have access to iSoccer!
In order to help continue the technical development for our players within the club, JSC will be using the iSoccer technical assessment and online video training platform to help improve and track technical development. Members of the U10/11-U18 teams will have full access to iSoccer.
What is Isoccer? iSoccer is a technical assessment and video training tool that empowers players, coaches, and clubs to improve their technical ability. An iSoccer assessment will be taken several times throughout the year to measure individual and team development. JSC coaches will use the as
This program is partially funded by the citizens of the City and Borough of Juneau through sales tax revenues.