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Team takes second in Elite Division

Back row (left to right):  Asst. Coach John Harpst, Allison Spagnola, Madison Bartula, Makenzie Webb, Kaitlyn Olson, Mary Harpst, Sydney Korody, Missy Walczewski, Chloe Wolfe, Megan Dreyer, Coach Dillon Li. Front row (left to right):  Meghan Thelen, Amanda Mortimore, Danielle Pellerito, Jacquelyn Vickery, Kenna Allen, Ginger Dean, Maddie Thelen, Kate Brock

Back row (left to right):  Asst. Coach John Harpst, Allison Spagnola, Madison Bartula, Makenzie Webb, Kaitlyn Olson, Mary Harpst, Sydney Korody, Missy Walczewski, Chloe Wolfe, Megan Dreyer, Coach Dillon Li.
Front row (left to right):  Meghan Thelen, Amanda Mortimore, Danielle Pellerito, Jacquelyn Vickery, Kenna Allen, Ginger Dean, Maddie Thelen, Kate Brock

The SCOR (Soccer Club of Rockford) Meulensteen ‘99 Girls Black team took second place in the Elite U16 Division of the Grand Valley Soccer Association league this fall.

The team is made up of 15 and 16-year-old girls from Rockford, Cedar Springs, Greenville and the Tri-County areas. Their final record was 5-1-3.

Teams competing in the GVSA girls U15/16 Elite division were from the Rockford (SCOR), Grand Rapids, Caledonia, Kalamazoo, Norton Shores, Jenison, Hudsonville, and St. Joseph areas.

SCOR is a youth soccer organization for both girls and boys ages 8 to 18. Most of the girls on the U15/16 Elite team have been playing together since they were 11. They are coached by Head Coach Dillon Li and Asst. Coach John Harpst.

More information about the club can be found online at www.scorsoccer.net

 

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