Mite League (8-9-year olds)
The Chaos and the Fury entered the Mite League Playoffs after ending the regular season tied for first place, each with 47 points. Both advanced to the championship game on Oct. 22, where the Chaos took a hard fought 3-1 win over the Fury. Tristan Ximello-Casillas scored three goals in the first half to lead the Chaos and Skeyeler Roshak scored for the Fury. The Chaos was coached by Dana Lee and Robert Freeman coached the Fury. Ximello-Casillas ended the season with 37 goals, best in the league.
Midget League (10-11-year olds)
In the Midget League championship game on Oct. 26, Keyasia Hairston scored a first half goal and the Force defense posted a shutout. The Force defeated the Predators, 1-0. Coach Ray Gilyard’s team saved their best for last as they roared to the league championship after a fifth place finish in the regular season. Jerius Smith of the Predators scored 20 goals to lead the league in scoring. The Predators’ Edward Patterson and the Force’s Hairston were the second leading scorers with 16 goals apiece.
Junior League (12-13-year olds)
The No. 1 seeded Warriors faced the No. 2 seeded Arsenal in the Junior League championship game on Oct.
22. The Warriors scored four goals in the second half after trailing 3-1 at halftime to capture a 5-4 victory over the Arsenal. Kevin Tooley scored four goals and Cody Groover added one for the Warriors. Christiane Bernades scored all four goals for the Arsenal. The Warriors were coached by Shaun Tooley and David O’Hagan coached the Arsenal. Kevin Tooley led the league in scoring with 18 goals.
Senior League (14-17-year olds)
Justus Hoffman scored three goals to lead the No. 1 seed Dynamo over the No. 2 seed Earthquakes in the Senior League championship game on Oct. 22. Xxavier Clyde added two goals and Darius Smith added one goal for the Dynamo as they cruised to a 6-3 victory. Delano Blue scored three goals to lead the Earthquakes. Jewlya Dunkins coached the Dynamo and David O’Hagan coached the Earthquakes. Darius Smith scored 27 goals to lead the league in scoring.