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do they still play soccer in SCC? LOL
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do they still play soccer in SCC? LOL
yawn. crappy coaches. kick and chase teams
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Amity will win it
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do they still play soccer in SCC? LOL
Hand has been successful the past two years. Losing in the semi-finals twice.

SCC is basically Hand, Guilford, Cheshire and Shelton. Amity is typically respectable as well. The issue for Amity and I guess Cheshire is that they are smaller LL schools and just don't get enough quality players to compete with the FCIAC schools when it comes time for playoffs.

Hand graduates most of their team from last year so probably Shelton, Guilford and Cheshire in the hunt for the SCC crown this year.
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what teams are even halfway decent? a middle/lower pack conf.
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Hand has been successful the past two years. Losing in the semi-finals twice.

SCC is basically Hand, Guilford, Cheshire and Shelton. Amity is typically respectable as well. The issue for Amity and I guess Cheshire is that they are smaller LL schools and just don't get enough quality players to compete with the FCIAC schools when it comes time for playoffs.

Hand graduates most of their team from last year so probably Shelton, Guilford and Cheshire in the hunt for the SCC crown this year.
Guilford just boots the ball. Hand has terrible coach. Cheshire team to beat
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Guilford just boots the ball. Hand has terrible coach. Cheshire team to beat
Cheshire's problem has been the lack of players with any decent club experience. In past years nearly all of their kids play for Academica which is bad soccer in a horrible league. Once the kids face players that are used to dealing with faster, better players they fold.

I'd probably say Shelton is better. At least they have kids from Yankee and others.
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Cheshire's problem has been the lack of players with any decent club experience. In past years nearly all of their kids play for Academica which is bad soccer in a horrible league. Once the kids face players that are used to dealing with faster, better players they fold.

I'd probably say Shelton is better. At least they have kids from Yankee and others.
more familiar with boys side and same problem there.
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Cheshire's problem has been the lack of players with any decent club experience. In past years nearly all of their kids play for Academica which is bad soccer in a horrible league. Once the kids face players that are used to dealing with faster, better players they fold.

I'd probably say Shelton is better. At least they have kids from Yankee and others.
I think that trend is finally and thankfully over. My daughter plays for FSA and there are other kids from town on her team. Also have two CFC United players on the varsity team. The new issue is that the town is running "premier" teams which is arguably worse than a struggling AFC club team.

The team should be good. AFC is no longer based in Cheshire and most of the better players have figured out that its basically a travel club and have moved on. Cheshire will definitely contend for the SCC this year.
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I think that trend is finally and thankfully over. My daughter plays for FSA and there are other kids from town on her team. Also have two CFC United players on the varsity team. The new issue is that the town is running "premier" teams which is arguably worse than a struggling AFC club team.

The team should be good. AFC is no longer based in Cheshire and most of the better players have figured out that its basically a travel club and have moved on. Cheshire will definitely contend for the SCC this year.
When my kid played, Shelton and Cheshire had a lot of “big boned” girls who were afraid to sweep a leg. That’s when you paid your club fees in the early fall and hoped your kid survived the hs season to play. Became common place to buy insurance from the club.
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