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FPSC Ravens

Ravens: The Next Great Girls Team?
Posted on November 24, 2019 by FPSC

The team has really bonded as friends and have learned that communication on the field is a key part in their success. The coaches have worked extremely hard to instill values in the team that they will carry on and off the field.

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FPSC Rovers

Rovers Retire as Champions
Posted on October 15, 2019 by FPSC

When the Rovers decided to make this their “Farewell to Lehigh” tournament appearance, they in no way expected it to end the way it did. Up until this weekend the Rovers have only won 1 game and scored 2 goals at their previous 4 Lehigh appearances. Read their exhilarating story here!

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FPSC Tribe

The Tribe: A Team on the Rise
Posted on June 30, 2019 by FPSC

The Floral Park Tribe BU 10 Travel Soccer team had a very successful season. They learned to play as a team and developed their soccer skills and knowledge throughout the year. They are a great bunch of boys that make the effort to get better and have great families that support them throughout the year.

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FPSC Elizabeth Patano

Direwolves Inaugural Season
Posted on June 16, 2019 by FPSC

The Floral Park Direwolves, Girls U9, ended their Spring 2019 season on 6/15/19 with a 4-2 victory against the Manhasset Bandits at home. The Direwolves had 5 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie during their Spring 2019 season.

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FPSC Elizabeth Patano

Interview With Former Indians Player: Elizabeth Patano
Posted on January 18, 2019 by FPSC

Our first ever Former Player Interview is with Elizabeth Patano. Elizabeth’s story and experience is in one word … inspiring. Inspiring to me as a coach and hopefully to our players and parents as it shows what youth sports is really all about. I Hope you enjoy reading this as much as I did putting it together.

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Articles Posted Other Sources

Choose Your Words With Young Athletes
by Patrick Cohn | Jan 18, 2020

Winning In Youth Sports
by Janis B. Meredith | Jan 11, 2020

Sports Parenting: How to Avoid Creating a Sense of Entitlement
by Janis B. Meredith | May 13, 2019