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The California Football Academy’s boys U14 team won the Awareness Cup in San Juan Capistrano on Jan. 11. Photo: Courtesy
The California Football Academy’s boys U14 team won the Awareness Cup in San Juan Capistrano on Jan. 11. Photo: Courtesy

The Capistrano Dispatch

Youth Soccer       

The California Football Academy had four youth soccer teams advance to their respective championship games at the 4th Annual Awareness Cup in San Juan Capistrano on Jan. 11.

The club’s boys U9, boys U11, boys U13 and boys U14 teams all vied for their respective first-place trophies, with the boys U13 and boys U14 teams coming away victorious.

The U13 team went 2-1 on the weekend, defeating Legacy FC Inter of Diamond Bar 2-0 in the championship game. The U14 team went undefeated at the event, scoring seven goals while conceding zero. It was the fourth time in the U14 team’s last five tournaments in which they’ve reached the finals.

All four of the academy’s teams will compete in the Cal South State Cup, which takes place in the coming months.

Golf

The Dana Hills High School golf program will be hosting a fundraiser at San Juan Hills Golf Club on Feb. 16. The money raised will be used to help the team with green fees, transportation and equipment for the upcoming season.

Roger Dunn Golf Shop and No Bogeys Golf will be providing prizes and equipment donations at the event.

Green fees for the tournament are $120 per player, which includes a cart, practice range balls, a boxed lunch and prizes. Payment is due Feb. 13. Those who enter the tournament prior to the cut-off date will be entered in a raffle for a $50 gift card.

For more information on the tournament, email frymatt@me.com.

 

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