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14 11, 2016

Stanford Men’s Soccer Game

2017-02-08T13:01:47+00:00
06 Premier, Elite 1 and Elite 2 went to a Stanford Men’s Soccer game.  Before the game, 3 Stanford players talked to the boys about their college soccer experience.
At half-time, the boys scrimmaged each other in the middle of the field. After the game, some of the boys took pks in the pouring rain.
Stanford Men’s Soccer Game 2017-02-08T13:01:47+00:00
10 11, 2016

All Star Pictures

2016-11-22T21:08:02+00:00

2016 ALL STAR PICTURES

All Star Pictures 2016-11-22T21:08:02+00:00
19 07, 2016

2006 Team Traveled to Portland, Oregon

2016-10-27T21:06:05+00:00

The mixed team of 2006 players advanced to the gold semi final game but lost after 8 rounds of PK’s. During the semi-final the team was down 0-2 at half  but they tied the game 2-2 to force the shootout.

The team also attended the u23 Portand Timbers game on Saturday night as ball boys.  Thank You to Christine Butler who was the team manager for the trip.
The team consisted of; Aidan Ahmad, Lucas Butler, Andres Garcia-Flores, Morgan Brooke, Matthew Malfatti, Ian McCorriston, Griffin Mello, Evan Pimentel, Andrew Soares, Colin Surridge, Alex Thompson. A total of 30 people attended this trip. The team was coached by Coach Mario and Roland.

The team consisted of; Aidan Ahmad, Lucas Butler, Andres Garcia-Flores, Morgan Brooke, Matthew Malfatti, Ian McCorriston, Griffin Mello, Evan Pimentel, Andrew Soares, Colin Surridge, Alex Thompson. A total of 30 people attended this trip. The team was coached by Coach Mario and Roland.

2006Team2

2006 Team Traveled to Portland, Oregon 2016-10-27T21:06:05+00:00
19 05, 2016

U14Premier – 2016 Champions of NPL 2 and State Cup

2016-05-28T12:41:36+00:00
BIG CONGRATS to the U14Premier team who finished off their Spring season with a great State Cup victory beating CV EarthQuakes 1-0 in the Finale!
The team has played exceptionally well this Spring going UNDEFEATED and winning the Juventus Spring Showcase tournament in March, the National Premier League 2 (Spring season), and finishing with a State Cup Championship!
Top row: Evan Thomas, Sean Kim, Carlos Vasquez, Erik Moore, Zion Kiehle, Michael McMasters, Julian Hodis, Ben Wold, Kamra Matin Coaches: Luciano Estrada & Akbar Matin
Bottom row: Owen Svantner, Bryson Kouns, Ben Brathwaite, Andrew Salas, Zane Kolia, Josh Wilner, Joseph Lemus, Ethan McCuen, Giovanni Mota
U14Premier – 2016 Champions of NPL 2 and State Cup 2016-05-28T12:41:36+00:00
25 04, 2016

BUSC ’99P NorCal NPL Champions

2016-07-12T13:53:48+00:00

Ballistic United ’99P ,BUSC’s U17 top team, clinched the 2015-16 NorCal NPL Champions League Championship on Saturday, 4/23 in Davis, Ca. with a 2-1 win over last years champion, Sacramento United. Central defender Sam Christensen scored both goals. They are the first ever Ballistic team to win this prestigious NORCAL National Premier League competition. They concluded their season with a 1-1 tie against Stockton Monarcas on Sunday, in the Davis College Showcase , thus finishing the seasons run undefeated and 5 points clear of their closest competitor. The team will now compete in the National Premier League National Championship in July held in Aurora, Colorado.

BUSC ’99P NorCal NPL Champions 2016-07-12T13:53:48+00:00
23 03, 2016

U10 BUFC Won the 2016 USFF Northwest Regional Championship

2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00

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Congrats to our u10 BUFC team that won the 2016 USFF Northwest Regional Championship. This is the team’s third major championship within the last 12 months. The core of this team has trained perhaps more than any other group in the U.S. over the past four years. Year around training and a cohesive system of play have led to some very attractive futsal. The group will now try its luck at USA Futsal’s Boys World Championships in Orlando this August.

U10 BUFC Won the 2016 USFF Northwest Regional Championship 2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00
9 03, 2016

U14 Premier Wins Juventus Spring Showcase 2016

2016-03-19T19:13:19+00:00

Congratulations to the U14 Premier Team who last weekend won the Juventus Spring Showcase tournament.

The boys were undefeated and beat 3 Top 25 Teams in NorCal. Coach Luciano was very proud of the players efforts and their ability to play possession style against some very tough opponents.
U14 Premier Wins Juventus Spring Showcase 2016 2016-03-19T19:13:19+00:00
11 02, 2016

Congrats to our u9 & u10 teams, San Ramon Futsal Season 1 Champs!

2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00

Congrats to our U9 & U10 teams, San Ramon Futsal Season 1 Champs! U9 BUFC beat undefeated La Cantera 5-4 in a riveting overtime final. U10 BUFC Black & Gold met in the finals of the u11/u12 division with Black winning a 9-8 nail biter. Great show boys!

U9 BUFC

Congrats to our u9 & u10 teams, San Ramon Futsal Season 1 Champs! 2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00
7 01, 2016

Caleb Hilton – U12 Premier – Kids Against Hunger

2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00

U12Premier

Hello, my name is Caleb Hilton and I am on the U-12 Premier Team. For my community service project that I had to do for the BUSC leadership class, I chose to organize a group to pack meals at Kids Against Hunger (KAH) on December 7th.

My family and I went to KAH and got set up with hairnets and aprons, as did everyone else who came. When we got there, they showed us a video about the Haitians that we were going to feed and that what we gave them would most likely be their only meal of the day. That made me want to do it more. They also gave us a sample of what we were giving to them, and it was actually pretty good!

Most of the people who I invited came, and all of them had fun. My goal was to have between 15 and 20 participants, but 34 people actually came. Participants included several players from my Ballistic team, as well as from my younger brother’s team. Several Boy Scouts that I know from school also came, and a family we didn’t know came because they saw our event on the KAH website.

To get the right amount of food in each bag each person needed a job to do. First, you put in the soy, second, you put in the vegetables, third, you put in the vitamins, and last, you put in the rice. I think that people had fun because we made it into a contest where you had to get the bag the right amount of grams on 1 try. I think that my “team” won with 5 in a row.

I did not have a goal of how many people we would feed, but in the end we packaged enough meals to feed 5,184 people who live in Haiti. Some things that people told my parents and I after are:

  1. Most families either texted or told us face to face that that if we do it again, they wanted to be invited, and told their families all the details.
  2. My brothers asked when they could do it again.

I am glad that I did this project. Not only was it a lot of fun, but it also felt really good to know that we were making a real difference. I am grateful for everyone who was there, because without them, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. This project helped me learn that, just like on the soccer field, it takes effort from the entire team to be successful.

 

Caleb Hilton – U12 Premier – Kids Against Hunger 2016-10-21T11:41:36+00:00