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Goalpost Vol 4 #16

posted Jul 18, 2013, 12:33 PM by Jim Magrogan

The Goalpost

Vol. 4 #16

Official Reggie Bolden Fanzine

The Mother of All Coed Soccer Newsletters

All the News That is Worth Making Up

Dairy of a Dreamer, Make That Diary

More 15 minutes of fame per lifetime if you are on my team

A Muse of Fire

 

See you at Lamppost (near RC Willey) after the game

After all – all is well that ends well. Right?

Great turn out last week; let’s make it even better this week.

HOT = HYDRATE

 

Coaching Opportunity

I understand McQueen High School may have some JV soccer coaching positions open. If you have any interest (or know someone who does), contact me and I will put you in touch with the powers to be.

 

Soccer Sprouts

Got kids? Between about 18 months to 10 year old? Check out the new kid’s soccer program at the Sportsdome, www.renodome.com .

 

Match Day 14 Schedule

 

Gonna be hot, hot, hot, hot!

Sorry, but I did dial it down from the triple digits forecast a few days ago.

 

7/18

Golden Slumbers v Slashers

6pm

Bishop Manogue HS

7/18

Chaingang v OBG Stoners

6pm

South Valley USV2

7/18

Euro Envy v Bhoys & Ghirls

6pm

South Valley USV2

7/18

Real Studs v Team quattro

6pm

South Valley LSV2

7/18

Wright Stuff v Paper Tigers

6pm

South Valley LSV1

 

Match Day 12 Results

 

Golden Slumbers 4 v 2 Wright Stuff

Chaingang 3 v 4 Slashers

Euro Envy 3 v 2 Paper Tigers

Real Studs 3 v 5 Bhoys & Ghirls

Team quattro 3 v 1 OBG Stoners

 

 

Catch Quattro if You Can

Hobbling around (South Valley) in quiet desperation is the English way, I hope I have something more to say! There is no denying it Team quattro is the team to beat, seeing off their nearest challengers OBG with three top-notch goals, answered only by Shelly “I am faster than Andrew” Gamble-A’s first post-partum goal. A new era may have just begun! Even Ernie “when is he old enough to play on the field?” Oliden was no answer to Quattro’s strike force that is shifting into overdrive just at the right time. Can anyone show them a red light? Well, if anyone can beat them it might be those jealous Europeans. Envy finally emerged from their recent slump and Klaus’s most recent vacation to remind everyone that the checkered flag is still within reach so long as Quattro lose some traction. They overcome a worthy challenge from always improving local computer company conglomerate – the Paper Tigers.

 

Down under on the lower fields the Slashers continue to knock on the door of immortality (Mike Leavitt to Me and Jeremy the Sumner Also Rises are certainly knocking real hard). For a moment they looked like they were going to sentence the Chaingang to life early in the second-half. Some members of the Chaingang seemed convinced the opposition were far too young – chatter on the sideline failed to recognize some pertinent facts: they are just getting way to old and that Jeremy “OAP” Sumner”, Mike “AARP” Leavitt And Ray “Born in the 1800s” Connolly certainly do not push the average age of the Slashers in the right direction, they are just as much candidates for the pasture as almost everyone on the Chaingang. At 4-1 it seemed all over, but some spectacular saves from Reggie “Tour de France” Bolden (he is the Karate kid to my Pat Morita) and a goal fest from the Prochazka dynasty had the Chaingang fans reminding the nervous Slashers’ dug out that they were not singing anymore. As the moments ticked away it was the Slashers turn to hang on with quiet desperation in a somewhat English way grasping for a 4-3 victory.

 

Adjacent, the Tartan Army pulled up their kilts to bare their pale souls to the unyielding pressure of high expectations and, shall we say, rejuvenated Real Studs who still seem to lack that one ingredient - a pinch of good luck. Instead they once again had to take a dose of salts as B&G kept their faint title hopes alive with a 5-3 victory. Like the Studs the Wright Stuff are searching for just a little luck, but again came up empty as Brian “you will fall into a deep,deep sleep” Buehler finally came back from his personal siesta to awaken the Slumbers and inject them once again in the title race; but boy will they be able to carry that weight across the finishing line? (Name that tune?)

 

All’s Well That Ends Well:

See you at Lamppost (near RC Willey) after the game.

Great turn out last week; let’s make it even better this week.

 

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