CHAPMANVILLE — The Coalfield Youth Soccer League wrapped up its Spring 2014 season last Saturday with a host of matches.
The first place, undefeated 17-and-under Ninjas beat the Knights 8-1 in one of the features matches. Hunter Napier led the Ninjas with five goals, followed by Walker Jeffery with two and Aidan Napier with one. Zach Lamb scored for the Knights.
In another 17-and-under match, the Knights defeated the Wolverines 8-1. Stephen Clemens led the Knights with four goals, followed by Zach Lamb with two and Joseph Toth and Whitney Evans with one goal apiece.. Kayla Baldwin scored for the Wolverines.
The 12-and-under Predators beat the Royal Thunder 10-7. Peyton Adams led the Predators with four goals, while Xavier Trump, Eddie Paynter and Kevin Hanshaw scored two goals each. Kenzie Scott led the Royal Thunder with two goals. Allie Burton, Isaiah Jordan, Tori Floyd, Donnie Prichard and Luke Jeffrey scored one goal each.
In another 12-and-under match, the Phoenix won a match for first place, defeating the Destroyers 7-2. Walter Macnamara and Sara Preston each scored two goals for the Phoenix. Cameron Adkins and Kalee Vanatter reched the net once as well as an own goal being scored. Hailey Chewning scored both goals for the Destroyers.
In the 9-and-under division, the Blue Lightning defeated the Minions 3-1. Madison Hoffman scored all three goals for the Blue Lightning. Charity Toth reached the net for the Minions.
In another 9-and-under match, the Storm beat the Pumas 4-1. The Storm’s MVP Jesse Justice scored three goals and Bryson Adkins tallied one. Nick Elliott had a goal for the Pumas.
The first place and undefeated 9-and-under Toxic Shock beat the Spartans 5-0. Jaxton Tipton, Christopher Gibson, Jordan Adams, Ethan Spence and Austin Ball scored for the Toxic Shock.
The Toxic Shock also beat the Fighting Geckos 6-3. Jacob Walls and Jaxton Tipton netted two goals for the Toxic Schock and Jordan Adams and Christopher Gibson reached the net once. Jax Hartle led the Fighting Geckos with two goals and Riley Reed scored once.
The Coalfield Youth Soccer League has two teams preparing for the Festival of Charleston Soccer Tournament this weekend.
The League will compete in the 10-and-under and 14-and-under division. The tournament will be held at the Trace Fork Soccer Complex in South Charleston.