The King City Youth Soccer Club named Bryan Jeske as the third recipient of its Community Coach Award, in memory of Wayne Lankester.
When Bernie Huxter packed up and left his hometown of Springdale, Newfoundland some 45 years ago, little did he know how things would play out.
Article Courtesy of: Mad Brit, Soccertimes Soccer’s best-paid volunteer, Rothenberg starts a bank (Friday, March 26, 2004) — America has been a graveyard for soccer leagues over the years and numerous investors have lost more than their shirts trying to promote the game in the game’s final frontier. That is with the exception of the […]
Article Courtesy of: Sandra Duncan, Mercury News My days as a soccer mom are drawing to a close, and I feel sad, even though I may retire to a taco bar. But I never expected to feel sad seven years ago when I stood hunched in the rain watching my pigtailed daughter slip and slide […]
Shelley Lewellen, Tucson Citizen Soccer announcer earns save by securing sponsor James Marian can’t wait to get to Fort Lowell Park tonight for the Coldwell Banker Shootout. Even though his children have outgrown soccer, he continues to volunteer his time for the event because he “loves seeing families together and the glow on the faces […]