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Mansfield Crew Brings Home 4 Championships

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  Original Published: 10/21/2013

The Fifth annual BSA Haunted Classic took place this past weekend in Beavercreek Ohio. The Mansfield Crew Futbol Club brought home four championships and one finalists from the contest.

In Division I the Mansfield Crew U12 Girls defeated Cincinnati West 3 to 1 and Northwest Futbol Club 4 to 0 to advance to finals against Cincinnati United where the Mansfield Crew took the championship 4 to 1. In Division II the Mansfield Crew U11 Girls defeated OESA Gold 5 to 2 and Perrysburg Gold 3 to 0.

In the Division II Championship they defeated The Lady Trogans 1 to 0. The Mansfield Crew U10 Boys also took their respective championship. The boys defeated OESA Gold 7 to 4 and then defeated Cincinnati United 6 to 0 to advance to the finals against Cincinnati United Sycamore. The Mansfield Crew boys won that Championship game 6 to 0.

The Mansfield Crew U11 Girls won their Division championship defeating KHSC 6 to 0 and Cincinnati United Villareal 8 to 1 and Cincinnati United Flash 5 to 0. Championship was won by the Mansfield crew 1 to 0 against Thunder United.

Finally the Mansfield Crew U10 girls beat Kings Hammer 4 to 0, Middletown Lady Cats 3 to 2 and Green County Cosmos 4 to 2 to advance to the championship game where they lost to the Kings 3 to 2.

Tournament director Tim Grinstead told WMFD this year’s BSA Haunted Classic tournament hosted 554 teams from 7 states and over 80 divisions, up from just 200 teams four years ago. Tim credits the success of this event to 600 plus volunteers that give up their time to support a tournament of this size. Without the volunteers the tournament would not happen. The great thing about the success of the Haunted is that we take the revenue and invest it right back into youth soccer. Past tournaments have supported the purchase and development of 9 new fields, irrigating the fields so they stay in top shape, building better rest room facilities for our guests as well all of the expenses required to maintain the large complexes we use.

   
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