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Valley United remain unbeaten in UPSL, still in 1st Place after 2-0 win!

| Sports | May 31, 2015

Now unbeaten to start the season Valley United Soccer Club (3-0-1; 10 points) won 2-0 Saturday.

NORTHRIDGE, Calif. – Valley United Soccer Club continued their winning ways in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) with an insistent 2-0 victory over their San Fernando Valley rival So Cal Real on Saturday at Heritage Christian High School.

Next up for Valley United Soccer Club will be hosting Banning USA (0-1-0; 0 points) on Saturday, JUN 6 kicking off at 5:00 p.m. PST at Heritage Christen High School – South Campus. Admission FREE to all.

Next up for Valley United Soccer Club will be hosting Banning USA (0-1-0; 0 points) on Saturday, JUN 6 kicking off at 5:00 p.m. PST at Heritage Christen High School – South Campus. Admission FREE to all.

Now unbeaten to start the season United (3-0-1; 10 points) got another outstanding performance from their goalkeeper Casey Phillips who saved the game as soon as it started in the 5th minute making a huge stop after So Cal Real (0-1-0; 0 points) took advantage of a defensive error that left him exposed.

Valley United Soccer Club goalkeeper Casey Phillips was in outstanding form as usual making a few great saves.

Valley United Soccer Club goalkeeper Casey Phillips was in outstanding form as usual making a few great saves.

With the clubs having a strong rivalry that developed over the years as the youth programs yearly compete against each other for players and championships, United let go of their jitters and began to play the style of the beautiful game they specialize in an attacking mentality that Coach Laura Garcia has schemed being a whiz of tactic.

Despite United controlling play for most of the first half, their new striker Carlos Contreras could not convert any shots into goals. Possibly feeling some of the pressure of filling the boots of the teams leading scorer striker Tristan Korras who left the squad for a job in Maryland with Lockhead, Contreras found his footing.

Looking to avoid their first defeat of the season, United started off the second half attacking taking the game to another level with this being So Cal Real’s first UPSL regular season match getting their feet wet for this higher level of play.

Valley United Soccer Club still a top the Northwest Conferance in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) with a 2-0 victory.

Valley United Soccer Club still a top the Northwest Conferance in the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) with a 2-0 victory.

Contreras confirmed their will be no let up in Korras absence from United finding the back of the net receiving a thru ball from Kamyar Emami just after the 62nd minute going one on one with the So Cal Real goalie. Only ten minutes later Contreras set the final score as the ball found his boot on a cross from Tyler Horcher that was a spectacular shot and his second goal.

Seeming as though mother nature wanted to mirror United’s fiery play, temperatures on the field reached 98 degrees causing Coach Garcia to change her game plan mid match deploying a defensive stance to finish the game seeing out their third win in a as many weeks to start the season.

Seeming as though mother nature wanted to mirror United’s fiery play temperatures on the field reached 98 degrees.

Seeming as though mother nature wanted to mirror United’s fiery play temperatures on the field reached 98 degrees.

Both sides will return to action next weekend, United hosting Banning USA (0-1-0; 0 points) on Saturday, JUN 6 kicking off at 5:00 p.m. PST at Heritage Christen High School – South Campus while Real So Cal will stay on the road to face Las Vegas High Rollers (1-2-0; 3 points).

If you’re looking for a great way for your child to learn soccer and be apart of a winning tradition check out Valley United Soccer Club’s youth programs. For more information check out their Facebook page Valley United Soccer Club that you can find out more about the FREE admission to all home matches and their youth programs. Visit their website www.valleyunitedsoccer.com

If you’re looking for a great way for your child to learn soccer and be apart of a winning tradition check out Valley United Soccer Club’s youth programs. For more information check out their Facebook page Valley United Soccer Club.

If you’re looking for a great way for your child to learn soccer and be apart of a winning tradition check out Valley United Soccer Club’s youth programs. For more information check out their Facebook page Valley United Soccer Club.

Valley United Soccer Club of UPSL King of Santa Clarita soccer mecca!

| Sports | May 26, 2015

Valley United Soccer Club (2-0-1, 7 points) has a long tradition in the area with their youth programs having supplied superstar talent to local colleges.

NORTHRIDGE, California – Valley United Soccer Club of the United Premier Soccer League has made an impact in Santa Clarita remaining unbeaten against Santa Clarita teams when they easily beat FC Santa Clarita 2-0 on Saturday at their home field in Northridge.

United (2-0-1, 7 points) has a long tradition in the area with their youth programs having supplied superstar talent to local colleges and Santa Clarita’s UPSL teams Storm and FC. Master’s College player’s goalie Casey Phillips is United’s keeper and Scott Landon a rising soccer star at age 16 was learning in their youth system that offers camps and teams for girls and boys of all ages to learn and develop their soccer skills.

With Valley United Soccer Club only being ten miles from Santa Clarita with their youth camps and home games being played at Heritage Christian High School – South Campus it’s easy to see why the Santa Clarita soccer mecca is taking notice.

With Valley United Soccer Club only being ten miles away it’s easy to see why the Santa Clarita soccer mecca is taking notice.

Only being ten miles from Santa Clarita with their youth camps and home games being played at Heritage Christian High School – South Campus it’s easy to see why the Santa Clarita soccer mecca is taking notice.

This is United’s inaugural season in the UPSL looking to give their youth players a professional outlet to achieve higher goals while playing where they grew up. Established 26 years ago United is no stranger to winning as their trophy display is full from 15 State Cup titles, 8 Far West Regional Championships, a National Championship and the NIKE world Championship and they are looking to add more.

Head coach Linda Garcia and her team now sits a top the UPSL table, one point clear of the next challenger after two back-to-back wins in as many weeks.

Head coach Laura Garcia and her team now sits a top the UPSL table, one point clear of the next challenger after two back-to-back wins in as many weeks.

Head coach Laura Garcia and her team now sits a top the UPSL table, one point clear of the next challenger after two back-to-back wins in as many weeks. Even with changes in the lineup and losing their star striker they have managed to continue to earn wins.

Now undefeated at their home grounds United will remain there for their next two matches as they welcome So Cal Real (0-0-0, 0 points) MAY 30 and Banning USA (0-1-0, 0 points) JUNE 6 with both games kicking off at 5:00 p.m. PST.

For more information about Valley United Soccer Club’s home match or their youth programs visit their website www.valleyunitedsoccer.com

Valley United Soccer Club youth system offers camps and teams for girls and boys of all ages to learn and develop their soccer skills.

Valley United Soccer Club youth system offers camps and teams for girls and boys of all ages to learn and develop their soccer skills.

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