The Red devils U10 team continued to roll, winning both ends
of a doubleheader.Yes a doubleheader in
soccer.Calvin and Ethan got the Devs
going early and often, and eventually forcing the scorekeeper at Merchant to
demand overtime pay.The fans got a
little rowdy in the latter innings of the second game of the doubleheader, but
the Devils quieted them down with some more nifty ...
Posted by Bryant Nardizzi on Thursday, April 29, 2010,
The Red Devils U10 team ran its record to 3-0 Sunday down in
just north of the equator.Originally
the game was scheduled for Normandin, a lush turf field in the suburbs of New Bedford, only to be moved to the local poison ivy bog
in Dartmouth.The poor field did not deter the Reds, as
they quickly jumped in front in the opening minutes.Goals were scored by Nathan ...
Posted by Bryant Nardizzi on Monday, April 19, 2010,
The Red Devils U14 team had a great game and came out with a 5-2 win. The 1st half was filled with many off-sides, and a shot by Bryce that went off the keeper to Igor for finish. Sam played great defense for the team and didn't let anyone behind him. Matt G. played great D again, and Jake was almost unstoppable in net other than the one goal by the Black Knights.Many more chances up front from Bryant, Justin and Darian gave the players the confidence to push even harder in the second half. T... Continue reading ...
Posted by Bryant Nardizzi on Wednesday, April 14, 2010,
The Red Devils got off to a great spring start. Dean
Nichols made his coaching debut, and the U10 team won 1-0 against the Black
Knights. David Hatfield (3.2M ) was tremendous in goal with the
league's first shutout, and Ryan Combe scored a nifty goal to put the Devils in
front for good. Mike Keogh (1.2M) was a force up front, taking on
defenders, and the rest of the squad came through in all facets of the
game. Next up is the home opener at sold out Merchant field Sunday April