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VYS Hurricanes

News:

VYS Hurricanes has openings on the team and will be holding try-outs: 
 
Monday, August 22, 9:00am to 11:00am at Murphy Field (Dunn Loring Center - 2334 Gallows Road, Dunn Loring, VA)
 
If you are interested in joining our team, please contact Dan Head at 703-929-4909  or  danmartinhead@yahoo.com

 

Head Coach: Marcus Chantel 

The VYS Hurricanes are professionally coached by Marcus Chantel of International Touch.  Mr. Chantel has an impressive soccer history playing in top divisions for Brazil and the Netherlands, and in the MLS in the USA.  He played for the DC United championship team in 2001.  Mr. Chantel has coached a number of both boys and girls youth teams.  He has two professional coaching licenses from Brazil and one from the USA

Assistant Coach: Dan Head 
Assistant Coach: Khaded Endar 

Team Manager:  Tara McCall (703) 242-3935 tarra.maccall@wolterskluwer.com

VYS Hurricans Recieve Randy Rawls Sportsmanship Award Fall 2010

The VYS Hurricanes are now three time winners of the Randy Rawls Sportsmanship Award, an award given to the team exhibiting the best sportsmanship in each division.  Our players, families and coaches are very proud to recieve this distinction.

VYS Hurricanes (U13G) Win the Fall Classic 2009 Championship

 

The VYS Hurricanes won the NVSC Fall Classic Soccer tournament going undefeated in four games and only allowing one goal in the entire tournament.

Throughout the tournament, the team took the opportunity to showoff the skills, tactics, and teamwork they developed this season. Every player was at the top of their game. What a way to end the season!
 
We came out strong in the first game, defeating the PWSI Courage 3-0. Courage showed good skill and was a much more worthy opponent than the score reflects. However, they proved no match for our defense. Our attacks on goal nearly always started with our backs working the ball forward to our midfielders who leveraged combination plays to penetrate the defense. Christine scored our first goal on a beautiful cross from Sarah. Lauren scored our second goal, firing hard on goal and bouncing it off a defender, into the goal. Caitlin, receiving another superb pass from Sarah, scored the third goal.
 
The girls really shined in our second game, defeating McLean Silver 1-0. We limited their offense to only one shot on our goal while we took nearly twenty shots on theirs. Delaney, who normally plays sweeper, played forward for only five minutes in the second half and managed to take two shots on goal. McLean only crossed the midfield onto our defending half once in the second half. Caitlin scored our single goal.
 
Sunday morning we faced the NVSC Mystics Blue. The Mystics were hungry to win and they played a very physical game. Coach Robson told the girls that they had better skills than our opponents, and they should rely on those skills. The girls listened and turned in their best performance of the tournament, winning 3-1. Lindsey scored first, receiving a pass at midfield and driving to the goal to go one on one with the goalie. Not long after, Christine repeated the play, receiving a pass at midfield and driving to goal to go one on one with the goalie. Sarah sealed our win scoring a goal from the right corner, near the goal line on a powerful strike that went in just under the cross bar.
 
Our final game was played against NVSC Arsenal. They too played a physical game, but our girls were well prepared. We won 2-0. Sarah scored our first goal on a PK after Arsenal had a handball in the box. Caroline scored our second goal after receiving a pass from Caitlin. Arsenal came very close to scoring on us when they got the ball past our goalie and sent it to the center. Nicole, however, read the play, beat the ball to the center, and cleared it to save our shutout.
 
While our goalie, Hannah, had made many spectacular saves in the regular season play, thanks to the skill and coordination of our backs, she was not highly challenged (for the most part) in this tournament. Emily, Nicole, Katie, Rachel, were confident playing possession soccer on their defending half and sending the ball forward when a teammate got open up field. Delaney, playing sweeper nearly the entire tournament (she was only subbed out once for a few minutes in the second game), used her blinding speed to catch and stop every attacker who broke through before they could go one on one with the goalie.
 
Sarah, Caroline, Mia, Carolyn, Emma, and Caitlin played mid field and used accurate passes, verbal communication, and cuts and faints to penetrate defenses. Caitlin and Caroline were both very strong in the center, connecting with Sarah or Mia to attack on the right and Carolyn or Emma to attack on the left. The passing accuracy was the best of the season.
 
Christine, Lindsey, Lauren, Morgan, and Marisa were our primary forwards. These girls played very aggressively, using their speed and foot skills to get around defenders, connect with one another, and fire on goal.   
 
The parents and coaches are very proud of our team.
VYS Hurricanes (U12G) Win WAGS Fall 2008 Sportsmanship Award

 

The VYS Hurricanes - players, parents, and coaches, wish to thank the teams in our division, and WAGS, for bestowing this honor on our team.

Emma, Caitlin, Allie, Nicole, Carolyn, Stav, Maddie, Alysia, Sarah, Mia, Lindsey,  Jamie, Caroline, and Christine played hard, played fair, and always treated their oponents and teammates with respect and courtesy.
 

The Huricanes were honored at a DC United game on June 13, 2009.  Sarah represented the team at mid field during half time.  The team posed with Brandon Barklage for a picture before the game.

VYS Hurricanes (U12G) Win the NVSC Fall Classic 2008 Championship

  The VYS Hurricanes won the NVSC Fall Classic Soccer tournament going undefeated in four games.


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VYS Hurricanes (U11G) Finalist in the Hunt Country Classic 2007

The girls played strong thoughout the tournament, facing progressively stronger teams in each game.  We were evenly matched with Loudon in the final.  This was the first time we went to the finals and did not win the championship. 


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VYS Hurricanes (U11G) Win the Dulles National Championship 2007

In their first competition of the 2007 – 2008 seasonal year, the VYS Hurricanes won the Dulles National Soccer tournament going undefeated in all four games.


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VYS Hurricanes (U10G) Win the PWSI Ice Breaker 2007 Championship

In their first competition since winning the MCSA Fall Classic Tournament, in undefeated games, the Hurricanes have won the PWSI Ice Breaker, going undefeated, again.


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VYS Hurricanes (U10G) Win the MCSA Fall Classic 2006 Championship

Congratulations to the Hurricanes on their first championship victory. 


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VYS Hurricanes Win Randy Rawls Sportsmanship Award Spring 2006

The Hurricanes are thrilled to have been voted the Randy Rawls Sportsmanship Award for the spring 2006 season.  Congratulations to the players, the parents, the coaching staff, and especially Heather, our Sportsmanship liaison.   In addition to a team trophy and trophies for all the players, the team was honored at mid field during a DC United Game.

  

 

VYS Hurricanes
The VYS Hurricanes were formed in February, 2006, and played their first season in ODSL.  We picked the Virginian, an international tournament, for our debut tournament.  The girls went all the way to the semi-finals in four hard fought games, missing out on the finals by a single goal.  After a great first season, the Hurricanes will play in WAGS in the fall of 2006.
 

   

The coaching staff share a common approach using encouragement and positive reinforcement in developing individual skills and an understanding of the game while promoting fun.

Contact Information

Tara McCall (703) 242-3935 tarra.maccall@wolterskluwer.com


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