Fall Season Signups
If you want to get a jump on the fall season, get your kids signed up at the soccer fields during the last day of games on May 4. We will be taking registrations the entire day, so get signed up and you won't have to worry about missing registration this summer! We will have registration forms on hand, but you can click the appropriate link below to print your own and fill it out in advance. Don't forget to bring your child's birth certificate.
- Divisions 7-8: $120
- Divisions 1-6: $140
- Adult: $85
Ramona Soccer League’s spring season is the best ever as over 450 kids and adults have been taking advantage of amazing weather and lush fields to make each Sunday one to remember.
If you're enjoying the spring season as much as we are, head on over to our Facebook page and tell us all about it! You'll also find over 200 photos from this season's games. Is your kid in one of them?
U8 Girls All-Stars Win It All
The RSL U8 Girls All-Star team took their show on the road to an additional tournament and found lots of success! The girls went undefeated at the Scripps Ranch Tournament over the weekend of December 21-22 and grabbed first place!
Pictured: Top row (l to r) - Adalyn Kobs. Addison Cruz, Coach Brian Williams; Piper Williams; Taylor Garner; Bailey Filice; Karlee Larzalere-Higuera, Coach Ashley Cruz, Layla Fait, Head Coach Gavin Bangs. Bottom row (l to r) - Emily Wright, Gabby Ward, Claire Cannon, Dalylah Cruz.
A big shout goes out to all the All-Star teams for practicing so hard and doing an amazing job at the All-Stars tournament in La Jolla on December 7-8! Thanks to all the coaches that put these teams together and coached them up for the tournament. These great teams put an exclamation point at the end of an incredible year for Ramona Soccer League!
Season Ends With A Bang
Ramona weather doesn’t get any better than what we saw this weekend for the final games of Ramona Soccer League’s fall season. Teams celebrated the end of another great season with pizza parties, gift bags, cake and, of course, trophies for the top teams. All players went home with something for their efforts. Even if a team didn’t earn a trophy the league provided medals and pins to commemorate a fantastic season.
Some teams knew whether or not they’d be getting a trophy before the weekend started. But for others, they didn’t find out if they placed high enough to get a trophy until the games were played. That made for some exciting finishes and fierce competition. Even the top adult team, White Lightning, lost its first match of the season when the Blueberries got to them Sunday evening and spoiled their perfect record. However, in the end it was all about camaraderie, sportsmanship and fun and that’s where Ramona Soccer League always exceeds expectations.
Ramona Soccer League gave its support to those affected by breast cancer when the league declared October 26th, 2013 "Breast Cancer Awareness Day." We encouraged everyone to accessorize with pink as a reminder of breast cancer awareness and support for ongoing research to find a cure. Thanks to everyone that showed up sporting pink!
RSL in the Ramona Sentinel
Ramona Soccer League is expanding! Thanks to Park Lands Dedication Ordinace funding, RSL is near the top of the priority list to receive grant money for new fields that will be built near the adult softball fields. Click here to read all about it.
Also, we'd like to send out a big thanks to the Ramona Sentinel for the article they did concerning the RSL assets that were taken by some of last year's board members. Don't worry, we won't stop until we get everything back! And be sure to ask questions about tax-exempt status before you give your money to any organization! Click here to read all about it.
Ramona Intra BU10
Ramona Intra BU10 participated in the Hotspurs Labor Day tournament. They beat San Diego SC 2-1, Hotspurs 4-0 and Albion 2-0. They lost in the semis to Crusaders 1-0. Goals scored by Isaac Garcia, Nick Husovsky, Alex Castrejon, Travis Petton and Diego Mejia. Cruz Cannon was a solid goalie making outstanding saves throughout the tournament. This is the team’s first year together and they placed third in the Carlsbad Cup and Dave Shelton (FC Heat) tournaments.
The BU10 team also started their league season this past weekend. Saturday the boys had a 4-2 win against San Marcos Revolution BU10 Green and on Sunday they had a 2-1 victory over Scripps United BU10 Red.
Pictured (top l to r) - Coach Isaac Garcia, Thomas Sapletal, Jake Hayes, Nick Husovsky, Alex Castrejon, Isaac Garcia, Travis Petton and Coach Marcial Castrejon. (bottom l to r) - Diego Mejia, Pepe (Jose) Medina, Cruz Cannon, Josh King, Gage Wilson and Adam Moe.
Ramona Intra BU15
Over the Labor Day weekend the Intra BU15 team played in the Hotspurs Labor Day Tournament. Intra won two out of three preliminary games and placed second in their bracket and advanced on to the championship game. The championship game between Ramona and Poway ended in a 2-4 lose for Ramona Intra. "It was a great way to end the pre-season," said Coach Ocampo. "We would have loved to win, but it was a great game between the two teams."
The 2013-2014 season started September 7th for BU15. Saturday the boys traveled to Chula Vista to play the Aztecs FC and the game ended in a 3-2 loss. On Sunday Intra was at home against Chula Vista Premier FC and ended the game with a 9-1 victory for Intra.
Pictured (top l to r) - Israel Torres Jr., Alexzander Reyes-Sanchez, Drake Ocampo, Eduardo Saucedo, Andrick Acosta, Eder Landgrave, Leonardo Garcia, Abraham Ceballos, Emmanuel Reyes, Nathan Rosenblum and Salvador Castro. (bottom l to r) - Tony Guerrero, Jesus Gutierrez, Chance Hardin, Noel Garcia, Cesar Ramos, Victor Velasco and Coach Gabriel Ocampo.
Ramona Intra BU18
BU18 competed in the La Jolla Labor Day tournament in the BU19 bracket over Labor Day weekend. The team tied the first match 1-1 with a goal from Ryan Gurrola on a penalty kick. The second and third games were lost 6-0. "Our team continues to improve and this tournament allowed us the opportunity to work on passing and squaring up on the ball," said Coach Marco. The BU18 team also started their league season this past weekend and ended their first game against Arsenal FC-San Diego BU19 in a 0-0 tie.
Pictured (top r to l) - Ethan Hatch, Tony Solis, Danny Sanchez, Tanarat Crowe, Erik Meza, Ryan Gurrola, Cesar Sanchez, Carlos Cabrera, Julio Lozano and Coach Marco Sanchez. (bottom l to r) - Angel (Kike) Zepeda, Carlos Morales, Nick Espinoza, Edgar Talavera, Sam Erickson and Mason Pierce.