Coalfield Soccer opens up ‘16 spring season


By Paul Adkins - [email protected]



Masters of Disaster goalie Madison Haugen goes for the ball.


U6 Sharks player Perrin Viars, left, and the Raptors’ Blake Stacy go for the ball. Jacqueline Harvey, Eli Pierson and Taya Brown look on.


U9 Chaos player Westin Adkins, left and Masters of Disaster’s Carter Neal converge on the ball.


CYSL players pray before a game at Logan Stadium.


CHAPMANVILLE — The Coalfield Youth Soccer League opened up the 2016 spring season last weekend in Chapmanville with a multitude of matches played.

A few matches were also played at the Logan Football Stadium.

In the 17-and-under division, The Gray Skulls won 6 to nil over the Fireballs. Dillon Renniger had two goals for the Gray Skulls. Zachary Lamb, Hailey Chewning, Ryan Belcher and Stephen Clemens had one each.

In the 12-and-under division, the White Lightning were a 15 to nil winner over the Grasshoppers. Madison Mullins and Anthony Page tallied four goals each, while Payton Hoffmanand David Jarvis had three each and Jamari Turner had one goal.

The Thundercats won 6-5 over Infinity. Kaylie Toler netted a hat trick for the winners. Damon Moore, Alea Meade and Angel Conley all had one goal each. Jordin Frances netted three goals and Matthew Smith had two for Infinity.

Havok also defeating the Vikings 11-1. Jesse Justice had six big goals for the winners. Michael Ojeda tallied three and Brayden Likens two. Brionna Crawford scored the only goal for the Vikings.

In the 9-and-under division, the Orange Crush blanked the Crusaders 7 to nil. Darian Woods had a trio of goals for the Orange Crush. Gavin Noe had two and Jacob Runyon and Carmen Mahon scored on goal each.

The Avalanche won 13-1 over the Giants behind the five goal effort of Hunter Baker. Cameron Hoffman and Abiagail Ooten had two each. Aiden Baker, Trevin Gaylock, Chloe Baker, Chelsea Vickers all had one each. The Giants’ only goal was scored by Brandy Thompson.

The Chaos easily won over the Masters of Disaster 15-4. Westin Adkins tallied 11 big goals for the Chaos. Austin Bishop had three and Rilee Hatfield had one goal. Emma Watkins led the MOD with two goals, while Madison Haugen and Carter Neal had one each.

The Coal Diggers were a 13-3 victor over Wasp. Tyler Oney had four goals and Garrett Dean three to lead the Coal Diggers. Ryan Bell and Cammye Kovach tallied two each and Leland Anderson and Trinity Trump had one apiece. Briar Harvey reached the nets three times to score all of the Wasp’s goals.

The Warriors doubled up on the Sharks, winning 6-3. Raelynn Mendez scored five goals to pace the Warriors. Landon Bourne also had a goal. The Sharks’ goal scorers were not reported.

Masters of Disaster goalie Madison Haugen goes for the ball.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Soccer1-Masters-of-disaster-goalie-Madison-Haugen-CMYK.jpgMasters of Disaster goalie Madison Haugen goes for the ball.

U6 Sharks player Perrin Viars, left, and the Raptors’ Blake Stacy go for the ball. Jacqueline Harvey, Eli Pierson and Taya Brown look on.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Soccer2-CMYK.jpgU6 Sharks player Perrin Viars, left, and the Raptors’ Blake Stacy go for the ball. Jacqueline Harvey, Eli Pierson and Taya Brown look on.

U9 Chaos player Westin Adkins, left and Masters of Disaster’s Carter Neal converge on the ball.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Soccer3-CMYK.jpgU9 Chaos player Westin Adkins, left and Masters of Disaster’s Carter Neal converge on the ball.

CYSL players pray before a game at Logan Stadium.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Soccer4-teams-pray-CMYK.jpgCYSL players pray before a game at Logan Stadium.

By Paul Adkins

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(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).

(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).

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