Thank You To Our Spring 2014 Volunteers

U14Boys SAC Divisional Title Winners
U14Boys SAC Divisional Title Winners

The Greater Laurel United Soccer Club’s (GLUSC) spring season ended on June 9th.  346 boys and girls ages 3-18 took part in the program.  All of this could not have been possible without the help from our dedicated volunteers.  We would like to thank the following:

U6: Eric Gans, Gary Aldred, Nulty Lynch, Irina Kemnitz, Jeremy Newkirk, Kisme Williams, Jared Scott, Mesmin Germain

U8 Boys: Jose Chirino, Michael Feldtmose, Marlon James, Joseph Bailor, David Kirabo, Antonio Portillo, Dan Van Der Have

U8 Girls: Beverly Gebhardt, Darius Helton, Dion Johnson, Jorge Martinez

U10 Boys: Jaime Blanco, John Camarano, Tim Graninger, Eric Booth, Chris Kerrigan

U10 Girls: Dan Beck, Peter DeMik, Dan Bowlds, Danny Ives, Chris Lockett, Jorge Martinez, Diego Rua

U12 Boys: Jose Chirino, Carlos Jimenez, Sean Tran, Diego Rua

U11 Girls: Erin Justice, Karen Frederick, Michael Hicks

U12 Girls: Anthony Green

U14 Boys: Steven Haversack, Terry Butler, Nelson Kofie

U14 Girls: Joe Berry, Dave Durnbaugh

High School Boys: Beverly Gebhardt

The GLUSC was also fortunate enough to have 7 participants in our Youth Coaches In Training (CIT) program: Brandon Sauls, Joey Johnson, Gina Berry, Frankie Smith, Javier Pinder, Malaysia White, Adam Gebhardt

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of all these volunteers the boys and girls of the Greater Laurel area enjoyed a phenomenal ten weeks of spring soccer.  Additionally the U11 Girls and the U14 Boys won their divisions playing in the Soccer Association of Columbia’s (SAC) Outside Team league.

The GLUSC is holding 7 summer camps this year and is currently registering players for fall league play.  Find out about these great opportunities open to all at www.glusc.com.

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