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Phoenix, Arizona


"The glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time you fail"

Soccer News from Around the World
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Nick at MLS Draft 2012
Tuesday, January 17

D.C. United took the next step in its roster overhaul Thursday when it selected  Nick DeLeon with the seventh overall pick in the 2012 Major League Soccer draft. Watch Nick in this video at the draft ceremony.

Tuesday, March 20
Toros to participate in #1 Tournament in USA

Time has finally come for CISCO Toros to participate in the best youth tournament in USA. International teams from Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico and Netherlands, plus USA teams from California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington make this tournament the top choice for college and national coaches to attend.

Additionally, Dallas Cup brings the ‘Supergroup’ U19 bracket to showcase some of the best youth players from around the world during a week of soccer festivities. Invited Supergroup temas are: Arsenal FC (USA), CD Guadalajara (MEX), Chelsea FC (ENG), Deportivo Saprissa (CRC), Eintracht Frankfurt (GER), Real Madrid CF (ESP), Sao Paulo FC (BRA), Shamrock Rovers (IRL), Solar SC (USA), Southampton FC (ENG), Takigawa Dai-Ni (JAP), and Tigres (MEX).

Some quick facts on the Dallas Cup tournament:

  • Dallas Cup entertained more than 160,000 spectators during the 2006 week’s events.
  • 17,105 spectators on Opening Day, April 9, 2006 too see Manchester United FC (U19-Super Group) play Real Madrid CF (U19-Super Group).
  • 3,230 column inches of newspaper & magazine articles covered Dallas Cup events around the world.
  • National/International television coverage, including, ESPN, Fox Sports News-SW, Fox Soccer Channel, CBS Evening News w/ Bob Schieffer, GOL-TV, Univision, Soccer (Children’s Network), Manchester United TV, Real Madrid TV, Iraq National News, Turkish Television Network & Baghdad News Agency.
  • Live radio coverage on local and national Hispanic stations.

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (3) vs (2) Concorde Fire Elite (GA)(2006 National Finalist)
    Toros (0) vs (2) Chicago Magic (IL)(2006 Region II Semifinalist)
    Toros (3) vs (1) Caledon Fireballs (Canada)

    Tuesday, February 20
    Toros Reach Finals of President's Day Tournament

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (2) vs (0) Classic FC Cougars (NM)
    Toros (3) vs (1) Worthington United SC (OS)
    Toros (1) vs (0) NOKC Padova FC (OK)(2006 Region III Finalist)
  • Quarterfinal
    Toros (3) vs (0) Valley United Blast (CAS)
  • Semifinal
    Toros (1) vs (0) Eagles FC Black (OS)
  • Final
    Toros (1) vs (2) NOKC Padova FC (OK)(2006 Region III Finalist)

    Tuesday, January 23
    CISCO Players among ODP Regional Champions

    Nicholas Deleon, Jean-Paul Garré, and David Steuber are players of the Arizona 90 ODP Team that won Region IV ODP Championship this past weekend. The Arizona team defeated powerhouse 89 SoCal 2-0 in the championship game.

    As part of the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Program, each U.S. Region organizes a Regional ODP Championship Series to qualify teams for the National Championships. The Arizona team will be representing U.S. Region IV in the National Championship Series, March 16 and 18 at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas.

    Congratulations to our boys and the entire Arizona Team on their accomplishment.

    Monday, January 15
    Copper Cup Men's Tournament

    The Toros played the Men's Copper Cup tournament this past weekend in Phoenix. One more time, the boys played high-level soccer and reached the semifinal game where they lost against the Zanjeros team. The Toros outplayed and outshot the Zanjeros during the semifinal game despite the adverse result. In the Championship game, Zanjeros played into overtime the Saguaros team (semi-profesional Arizona team) to a 0-1 loss.

    However, the highlight of the tournament for the Toros was the game before the semifinal, when they defeated the Big Ballers team (current AZ men's State Champions and 2005 Copper Cup Champions).

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (1) vs (0) Old Pueblo (Tucson)
    Toros (0) vs (0) Tyneside United (NV)
    Toros (2) vs (1) Big Ballers (Phoenix)
  • Semifinals
    Toros (1) vs (2) Zanjeros (Phoenix)

    2006 Disney Showcase
    Tuesday, January 2
    2006 Disney's Showcase

    The Toros played in one of the best tournaments of the year during the last week of December, 2006. The boys got the attention of more than 80 top college coaches over a 3 day period, and had more than 30 college coaches at the sidelines on their last game. The team and individual player’s performances were of top caliber. The response from college coaches was positive and very encouraging for the boys.

    The event highlights the top talent in the nation, making it a recruiter's dream. The main focus at the Disney Showcase is on the U-17 players (graduating class of 2008), the majority of whom are currently juniors. Most seniors have already verbally committed to a program, with national signing day for soccer coming up on Feb. 7.

    That's why over 800 collegiate coaches -- from the top Division I programs down through Division III and NAIA schools -- were on hand for the showcase, held at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex.

    Notre Dame men's soccer coach Bobby Clark stood among dozens of his peers on the edge of the field Friday watching some of the nation's best high school players face off at the Disney Soccer Showcase. “You've got all the best teams in the country. You throw in the regional teams and the national teams, and this is possibly the premiere event in the country."

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (5) vs (3) CASL (NC)
    Toros (1) vs (2) TNFC (TN)
    Toros (0) vs (1) Potomac (MD)

    Monday, October 9
    BU17 Player Called to US ODP Region IV 90 Team

    Nicholas DeLeon is joining the US ODP Region IV Team to participate in the 2006 Thanksgiving Inter-Regional Event, held in Orlando, Florida. With Nick, Toros has contributed with 3 players in 2 years to the US ODP Region IV 90 team. Nick is currently a full time player with the Toros team and has been with the Toros since he was 9 years old.   

    Nick is following the steps of his dad, LeRoy DeLeon, a Trinidad and Tobago native who played for the T&T National team and played against soccer legendaries like Pele (Brazil), Beckenbauer (Germany), Rivelino (Brazil), Bobby More (England) and others.

    Scottsdale United Amateur Soccer League (SUASL)

    The 2006-2007 season have the Toros playing in the men’s 'Premier Division’. SUASL was established in 1993 and has since been affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation (USSF). The league offers a round robin competition and a single elimination play-off tournament among the top 8 teams.

    SUASL endorses and sponsors a number of USASA and USSF National Competitions and Programs, such as the National Amateur Select Team, Open Cup, Amateur Cup, U23 Amateur and over 30s Cup.

    This will be an excellent test for the boys to see how they match against top amateur men teams and a much sought opportunity to take their game to the next level.

    Flickas FC 9 7 1 1 20 5 15 22
    Zanjeros 9 6 1 2 20 12 8 20
    Bosnia FC 9 6 2 1 25 9 16 19
    CISCO Potros 9 6 2 1 24 19 5 19
    Big Ballers 9 5 1 3 29 12 17 18
    CISCO TOROS 9 4 5 0 16 18 -2 12
    Diamonds FC 9 3 6 0 21 27 -6 9
    United Serbs 9 2 5 2 13 19 -6 8
    Radius FC 9 1 8 0 10 24 -14 3
    Internationale FC 9 0 9 0 6 39 -33 0

    Wednesday, August 1
    Score at the Shore

    CISCO Toros reached the semifinals of the 2006 Score at the Shore tournament held in Greensboro, North Carolina. Toros posted impressive wins against very competitive teams, scoring 12 goals in five games and holding their opponents scoreless.

    In the semifinal game, Toros played the New York State Champions (Syracuse FC United Elite). The final score after regulation was a tie (0-0). Syracuse won 4-3 in PKs. Later, Syracuse won the championship game against Reston Football RFC 89 (2-1).

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (2) vs (0) Phila PSC Coppa 89/90 (PAE)
    Toros (1) vs (0) Lonestar SC 90 (TX-S)
    Toros (5) vs (0) Huntsville HSC 90 (AL)
  • Round of 16
    Toros (3) vs (0) Stronghold SSC (NJ)
  • Quaterfinal
    Toros (1) vs (0) Solar 90 (TX-N)
  • Semifinal
    Toros (0) vs (0) Syracuse FC United Elite (NY-W)
    (Lost 4-3 on PKs)

    CISCO TOROS Players Called to Attend Region IV ODP Camp

    Nicholas DeLeon, Brian Green, Christopher Green, Nicholas Pappas and Jordan Wade were selected to attend the 2006 Region IV ODP Camp, in Linfield College, Oregon.

    The Olympic Development Program (ODP) is a developmental program which goal is to help identify Regional and National team players. These boys will attend a 5-day soccer camp along with selected players from other Region IV states. On the last day of camp a list of 32 players will be announced for those selected for the Regional Pool. These players will then stay for 4 more days for what is called ‘holdover’. During holdover players compete against each other for a place on the Regional Team and/or National Team.

    College Classic
    Wednesday, March 29
    Participating Teams: South Bay SC (CA-S), Lightning SC (CA-S), TVSA (CA-S), Irvine Strikers (CA-S), FC Manchester (CA-S), Irvine Strikers Red (CA-S), Rampage FC (CA-S), So Cal United (CA-S), Laguna Niguel SC (CA-S), San Diego Surf (CA-S), Pateadores (CA-S), Hotspurs USA (CA-S), CISCO Toros (AZ), Boise Capitals (ID), Boise Nationals (ID), Coeur d'Alene (ID), Rio Vista FC (NM), Colorado Rush (CO), Fusion (NV), and Pacific (NC).

    Saturday April 1st, 2006

    8:00am - #3 - CISCO TOROS vs Irvine Strikers

    1:10pm - #3 - CISCO TOROS vs FC Manchester

    Sunday April 2nd, 2006

    9:40am - #5 - CISCO TOROS vs Boise Capitals

    1:00pm - #4 - CISCO TOROS vs San Diego Surf

    Male College Coach List:

    Villanova University-University of California, Berkeley-University of California, Los Angeles-University of Michigan-Stanford University-U.S. Air Force Academy-Northwestern University-University of San Diego-University of California, Irvine-Santa Clara University-Colgate University-University of Wisconsin-University of California, Santa Barbara-Creighton University-Loyola Marymount University-University of San Francisco-San Jose State University-Cal Poly SLO-California State University, Northridge-St. Mary's College of California-California State University, Fullerton-University of California, Riverside-University of California, Davis-San Diego State University-California State University, Sacramento-Grand Canyon University-California State University, Chico-California State University, Dominguez Hills-Albertson College of Idaho-California State University, Los Angeles-California State University, Stanislaus-Sonoma State University-California State University, Bakersfield-California State University, San Bernardino-California State Polytechnic University, Pomona-San Francisco State University-Notre Dame De Namur University-Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges-Pomona-Pitzer Colleges-Chapman University-California Lutheran University-Biola University-Westmont College-Azusa Pacific University-California Baptist University-The Master's College-Point Loma Nazarene University-Vanguard University-Concordia University (California)-San Diego Christian College-California State University San Marcos

    College Teams Attending:

    Sonoma State University-Cal State Los Angeles-Cal State San Bernardino-Cal Poly Pomona-Cal State Stanislaus-University of Michigan-Santa Clara University-Cal Poly SLO-St. Mary's University-Loyola Marymount University-Cal State Northridge-Cal State Stanislaus-Cal State San Bernardino-UC Santa Barbara-University San Diego-Cal State Fullerton-UC Riverside-University of San Francisco-Cal State Bakersfield-UC Irvine-Cal State Dominguez Hills-Grand Canyon University

    Rampage Showcase
    Monday, March 6
    LAFC Rampage Invitational Showcase Boys U16 ONLY

    CISCO Toros team was invited to attend this unique showcase tournament held March 4th and 5th, 2006 at Oxnard College, California. Paul Bravo (currently with the U18 National Team staff) and Les Reed (one of the top Coaches in the World, and ex Technical Director of the English FA), studied every game during the event with the task of selecting one of the two All Star teams that played in the final game.

    Andrew La Follette and Alex Zendejas from the Toros team were selected by Les Reed for the All Star Adidas Red Team. Following is a complete roster for the Red Team:

    Les Reed - ADIDAS RED

    Jordan Mannisto - GK - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Joey Schacletti - GK - SASC Premier
    Fabien Perez - Cypress FC
    Bryan Giudeili - Mt Hamilton Lobitos
    Marcus Watson - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Michael Manella - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Nathan Acosta - SASC Premier
    Adan Covanado - Cypress FC
    Alex Zendejas - CISCO Toros
    Andrew La Follette - CISCO Toros

    Abraham Villon - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Jesse Ciseros - Mt Hamilton Lobitos
    Austin Mandell - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Stephen Sanchez - Mt Hamilton Lobitos
    Cesar Barajas - SASC Premier
    Cullen Wilson - Los Angeles Rampage FC
    Hagop Chirishian - SASC Premier
    Chris Ferrer - SASC Premier

    Thursday, March 9
    Toros Reach Finals of President's Day Tourney

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (2) vs (2) FC Portland White (OR)
    Toros (2) vs (0) Rebellion (NM)
    Toros (4) vs (0) Sparta Premier (UT)
  • Quarterfinal
    Toros (2) vs (0) Gilbert 90 Arsenal (AZ)
  • Semifinal
    Toros (2) vs (1) MPS McLean FC (VA)
  • Final
    Toros (2) vs (4) FCGB Bolts (MA) (2005 US National Champions)

    BU16 Player Called to the US U17 National Team

    Temi Molinar has been selected into US Soccer's U-17 National Residency Program in Bradenton, Florida. Temi was a full time player with the U16 CISCO Toros team before getting the call from Head Coach John Hackworth and Assistant Coach Keith Fulk.

    Prior to entering the U-17 Residency Program at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Temi played with the U.S. National Team on several appearances, most notably against Brazil at the Nike Friendlies in early December (picture). Again, he appeared with the National Team in late December at the Disney Showcase, playing against world soccer powers, Japan, Spain and France.

    Temi Molinar is currently the only player from Arizona to be invited into the Residency Program. He will spend the next year of his life with his teammates training at the IMG facility and attending school near campus. Temi will also continue travel abroad playing in South America and Europe. He represents all the best aspects of CISCO Toros and his teammates who helped him achieved his dream.

    BU16 Player Called to US ODP Region IV 1990 Team

    Goalkeeper Adam Garcia is joining the US ODP Region IV Team to participate in a series of international games being held in Argentina. Adam is currently a full time player with the U16 CISCO Toros team and has been a “holdover” player the last 2 years at Region IV ODP Camps, before getting the call from Head Coach Eric Yamamoto.

    Adam will be participating in the 2006 International Festival being held in the City of La Plata, Argentina; from February 10th – 18th. This will also present a unique opportunity for him by visiting his long time Head Coach Jorge Garré native city and country.

    Adam has been a standout goalkeeper in the 1990 age group. He also represents the soccer philosophy of the CISCO Toros team and his teammates.

    2005 Las Vegas Mayor's Cup Champions

    2005 CISCO Tourney
    2005 CISCO Tournament Champions

    2005 US Region IV Championships

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    The CISCO Toros reached the semifinals of the 2005 Region IV Championships held in Aurora, Colorado, the week of June 27. In the semifinal game, the Toros played a very strong team from Washington State (Crossfire James). The final score after regulation and two 10-minute halves of overtime was a tie (2-2). Washington won 5-4 in PKs.

    The highlight of the tournament for everybody was the quarterfinal match against Colorado State (Xtreme Impact). The game was tied at the end of regulation (0-0). Starting the first half of overtime (10 min), Sergio got his second yellow, leaving the Toros with 10 players. Five minutes into the second overtime half, Xtreme Impact scored; however, the Toros came back and scored with 2 minutes left in the game. In the final minute of the game the Toros scored again which advanced them to the semifinal round. The game was full of excitement on and off the field and that last goal made the 'Top Stories' of the local newspapers the next day (see picture below).

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (2) vs (0) Wyoming State Champion, Casper Blades
    Toros (1) vs (1) Cal-North State Wildcard, River City United Clash
    Toros (3) vs (0) Alaska State Champion, Falcons
  • Quarterfinal
    Toros (2) vs (1) Colorado State Champion, Xtreme Impact
  • Semifinal
    Toros (2) vs (2) Washington State Champion, Crossfire-James
    (Lost 5-4 on PKs)

    2005 Regionals Top Stories

    2005 Arizona State Champs

    CISCO Toros 2005 Arizona State Champions!

    CISCO Toros defeated Gilbert Arsenal 2-1 in the championship game Saturday morning at Rose Mofford Park. Keifer bounced one around the keeper for the first goal, and the Toros led until Gilbert scored in the last minutes of regulation. In the first overtime, the boys kept posession of the ball, and Alex powered one in for the winning goal. Congratulations to the entire team for their determination and excellence. On to Denver!

    College Classic
    Participating Teams: San Clemente (CA-S), Desert United (CA-S), So Cal United (CA-S), West Valley Samba (CA-S), SASC (CA-S), CISCO Toros (AZ), Poway Vaqueros (CA-S), Irvine Strikers (CA-S), Slammers (CA-S), San Diego Surf (CA-S), and Hotspurs USA (CA-S).

    Saturday April 2nd, 2005

    8:00am - #8 - SASC vs CISCO TOROS

    12:00pm - #3 - CISCO TOROS vs Slammers FC

    7:00-9:00pm - Ballroom East Room - OPTIMUM SOCCER

    Sunday April 3rd, 2005

    8:00am - #11 - CISCO TOROS vs SoCal United

    12:00pm - #1 - CISCO TOROS vs WV Samba

    Optimum Soccer Staff:

    Sigi Schmid - USA U-20 Head Coach
    Erik Visser - Head Coach University San Francisco / Former USA Staff Coach
    Paul Caligiuri - Head Coach Cal Poly Pomona / Former USA National Team Player
    Dr. Ken Ravizza - sport psychologist

    College Attending:

    USA U-20 National Team Staff-Cal State University,Northridge-Cal State University,Fullerton-Cal State University,Dominguez Hills-Cal State University,San Bernardino-US Air Force Academy-Loyola Marymount University-Santa Clara University-University San Francisco-University San Diego-St. Mary's University-San Diego State University-UC Irvine-UC Davis-UC Riverside-UC Los Angeles-UC Santa Barbara-University of New Mexico-Grand Canyon University-Cal Poly Pomona-Biola University-Northwestern University-University of Wisconsin,Madison-St. John's University-Azusa Pacific University-Vanguard University-Cal Baptist University-Concordia University-UC Santa Cruz-The Matser's University-University of Redlands

    2004 Mayor's Cup
    2004 Mayor's Cup Champs

    City of Las Vegas Mayor's Cup

    The CISCO Toros went undefeated in four games, scoring 12 goals and shutting out their opponents. Congratulations !!

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (1) vs (0) Livermore (CA-N)
    Toros (8) vs (0) Manchester (NV)
    Toros (1) vs (0) Cosmos (2004 Nevada State Runner Up)
  • Final
    Toros (2) vs (0) Premier 91 (2004 Nevada State Runner Up)

    Cisco Champs 10-04
    2004 CISCO Invitational Champs

    Toros Win CISCO Invitational

    The Toros scored their first tournament victory of the season at the Cisco Columbus Day Invitational at Red Mountain Park. After a slow start (0-0) against Calcio in the first round, the Toros dominated, scoring 25 goals in the next 3 games, holding their opponents scoreless. This, despite the fact that only one sub was available with 5 players (Chris, Alex, Steve, Nick, Travis) injured.
    Congratulations Toros on your well-deserved championship!

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (0) vs (0) Calcio 90
    Toros (7) vs (0) WVUSCA Alliance Red
    Goals: Jean-Paul, Andrew, Oscar, Sergio (2), Frankie (2)
  • Semifinal
    Toros (15) vs (0) Flagstaff Lightning
    Everyone scored!
  • Final
    Toros (3) vs (0) WVUSCA Alliance White
    Goals: Frankie (2), Oscar


    The 2004-2005 First Phase season have the Toros playing in the 'B' Division. The Premier League demotes the 'last place' team to a lower Division of play and promotes the 'first place' team to a higher Division of play after the end of the First Phase. The Toros will have to work hard just to remain in the B Division for the Second Phase of play, as all but one of the teams participating are one to two years older.

    Saturday, September 11
    89 Sereno White (1) vs (1) CISCO TOROS

    In the first game of the season, the Toros played the 2004 State Cup Runner Up 89 Sereno White team. An early goal allowed 89 Sereno White to take the lead, but the Toros charged back and scored before the end of the first half. Unfortunally, two yellow cards on a Toros player with 10 minutes left in the first half, put the team a man down for the rest of the game. The boys battled on the pitch for 50 minutes with 10 players and held the 89 Sereno White team to a draw. Next will be the 2004 State Cup Champions 89 CISCO Potros.

    Saturday, September 18
    CISCO TOROS (2) vs (2) CISCO 89 Potros

    A tough match all the way through, with lots of good attacking and defending plays for both teams. The 89 Potros took the lead in the first half, but the Toros came back in the second half and scored two goals to put them ahead. In the last 10 minutes of the second half the 89 Potros scored to tie the game at two. Next the Toros will play 89 TSA.

    Saturday, September 25
    CISCO TOROS (2) vs (1) 89 TSA

    The Toros first victory came this weekend, but also the first defeat. In the first half 89TSA attacked the most with the Toros defense denying their attempts and the game ended scoreless at half time. In the second half, 89 TSA scored with a strike from about 20 yards to put them ahead in the score. The Toros scored his first in the 17th minute when Oscar took a through pass and then struck a right-footed shot from 15 yards away. After that the boys created numerous scoring opportunities and had good ball possession. It was in the final 5 minutes when Hector converted on a beautiful shot from 18 yards that sailed over the goalkeeper’s head giving the Toros the lead and the three points.

    Sunday, September 26
    87/88 Sereno Blue (2) vs (0) CISCO TOROS

    The Toros played the 87/88 Sereno Blue team formed with a mix of players from the 87 and 88 age brackets. The first 10 minutes have the boys creating and proposing some attacking plays, but as time went on the physical demands of playing stronger and faster players diminished the Toros opportunities. Also injuries made it more of an uphill task for this game (Adam, Oscar, Sergio, David, Alfredo) as the team play the entire game with only one substitute. Despite losing the game the Toros displayed a good performance, technically and tactically, and held the 87/88 Sereno team to only two goals.

    Saturday, October 2
    CISCO TOROS (0) vs (5) 88 TSA

    The second defeat in the APSL came against the 88 TSA team this Saturday. The 88 TSA team made the Toros pay for their mistakes in the first half of the game by scoring four goals. The Toros had their chances to score, but just couldn't finish. Next the Toros will play 90 Sereno White.

    Team GP W D L GF GA PTS
    CISCO Potros 6 4 2 0 15 7 14
    TSA 88 6 4 0 2 15 5 12
    Sereno 87/88 Blue 5 3 0 2 9 7 9
    CISCO TOROS 6 1 3 2 5 11 6
    Sereno 90 White 5 1 2 2 4 4 5
    Sereno 89 White 5 1 1 3 8 9 4
    TSA 89 5 1 0 4 7 16 3

    2004 NHB Tournament

    The Toros will continue their preparation for the 2004-2005 Season by playing the North Huntington Beach premier tournament. We are honored by the opportunity to play the current National Champions (Celtic Harps) and the 2004 Surf Cup Champions (Nomads) during qualifying games. This will be an excellent test for the boys to see how they match against other top teams.

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (3) vs (4) Celtic Harps (2004 US National Champions)
    Toros (0) vs (0) Nomads
    Toros (1) vs (1) SGV Flyers
  • Consolation
    Toros (0) vs (1) ISC Strikers

    2004 Surf Cup

    The Toros will start their preparation for the 2004-2005 Season playing the San Diego Surf Cup tournament. Surf Cup is a premier tournament, nationally and internationally recognized, and designed to promote the highest level of competition available in youth soccer.

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (0) vs (1) Texans Red (2004 Texas-South State Champions)
    Toros (5) vs (0) Cavitt Academy Boca Jr
    Toros (2) vs (1) Concorde Fire Elite (2004 Georgia State Champions)
  • Quaterfinal
    Toros (1) vs (0) Mt. Hamilton Lobitos (2004 Cal-North State Champions)
  • Semifinal
    Toros (0) vs (1) Houstonians (2004 Texas-South State Runner Up)

    2004 Irvine Spring Classic Champs

    2004 Irvine Spring Classic

    The CISCO Toros won their second consecutive tournament in this month. The Toros played talented teams in a bracket that included CFC Toros (CA), FC Bayern (CA), Flyers (CA) and Gilbert Arsenal (AZ). Additionally, the CISCO Toros went undefeated in four games. Congratulations to all boys for a very good performance !!

    2004 Copa Calcio Champs

    2003 US Region IV Finalist

    2003 US Region IV Championship

    The CISCO Toros reached the finals of the Regional Championships for the second consecutive year. In the final game played a very strong team from Cal-South (Celtic Harps). The final score after regulation and two 10-minute half of overtime was a tie (1-1). During the penalty kicks, the goalkeeper from Cal-South made two saves and crowned his team for the first time in this tournament.

    The CISCO Toros enjoyed Hawaii every day to its fullest and still produced an impressive performance. The team played 6 games, scored 13 goals, and allowed only 1.

    Thanks to AYSA, CISCO, and all the Sponsors for their support. Special thanks to the parents of this team for their commitment and support. Congratulations to all boys for a very good performance !!!!

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (1) vs (0) Washington State Champion, Crossfire-James
    Toros (1) vs (0) Oregon State Champion, ESU Eagles
    Toros (6) vs (0) Wyoming State Champion, Casper Blades
  • Quaterfinal
    Toros (2) vs (0) Hawaii State Champion, WSC Volcanoes
  • Semifinal
    Toros (2) vs (0) Cal-North State Champion, Mt. Hamilton Lobitos
  • Final
    Toros (1) vs (1) Cal-South State Champion, Celtic Harps
    (Lost 5-4 on PKs)


    2003 Arizona State Champs

    CISCO Champs
    2002 CISCO Invitational Champs

    2002 US Region IV Champs

    2002 US Region IV Championship

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    The CISCO Toros won their first regional championship and retained for Arizona the U12 regional title!! (89 GE Sereno won the U12 title in 2001). Along the way they posted impressive wins against very competitive teams. Additionally, the CISCO Toros went undefeated (6-0-0), allowing only 2 and scoring 13 goals in six games.

    Thanks to AYSA, CISCO, and all the Sponsors for their support. Special thanks to the parents of this team and all Arizona people at Utah that, regardless of the club association, gave positive support to the boys and coaching staff. Congratulations to all boys for a very good performance !!!!

  • Bracket Play
    Toros (2) vs (1) New Mexico State Champion, AUFC 90
    Toros (2) vs (1) Idaho State Champion, Boise Capitals
    Toros (2) vs (0) Hawaii State Champion, Maui United
  • Quaterfinal
    Toros (4) vs (0) Colorado State Champion, Rush Nike
  • Semifinal
    Toros (2) vs (0) Utah State Champion, Valley Rangers
  • Final
    Toros (1) vs (0) SoCal State Champion, Surf White


    2002 Arizona State Cup
    2002 Arizona State Champs

    SoCal Nike Invitational
    2002 SoCal Nike Invitational Champs

    2002 Celtic Cup Finalist
    2002 Celtic Cup XVII Finalist

    'Nicko' Goes to Barcelona, Spain ...

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    On February, Wednesday 6th, we were notified that Nicholas DeLeon was selected among 9 other kids to represent USA in the 2002 Fox Kids Cup to be held at Barcelona, Spain. This all started last summer as the Cisco Toros was preparing for the 2001 Surf Cup tournament in San Diego, California. Coach Jorge Garre received a letter at the time from the USA group of the Fox Kids Cup competition stating that our team was going to be scouted during the tournament. The team's and Nicko's good performance during this tournament help determine the outcome.

    The Fox Kids Cup is the first globally broadcast 6-a-side soccer tournament for kids under the age of 13 years. This is ultimate soccer experience, competing against other kids from all over the world at the International Final in Barcelona, Spain, over Easter 2002. Four hundred kids representing 20 countries will be given this opportunity.

    One boys and one girls team, consisting of 10 players each, will represent their country at Barcelona. These teams are selected through a National qualification process, taking place in all 20 countries. Once selected, Fox Kids provides all the airfares, accommodations and any other needs the kids may have to ensure that this is an amazing experience.

    The 20 countries participating in this event are: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Romania, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, and United States.

    Want to see how Nicko is doing in Barcelona ... Click on the Fox Kids logo and follow the link

    Tuesday, October 16
    2001 Arsenal Cup Tournament

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    Our second tournament of the 2001-2002 season is here this weekend. We are in the U13 Premier bracket, and will play Juventus, Arsenal Premier, and Calcio Fiorentina during the bracket play. A championship, as well as a consolation game, will be played on Sunday. Good luck boys !!

    Tuesday, November 27
    Toros Finish 3rd in Tempe Tournament

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    The Cisco Toros finished 3rd in the Tempe Thanksgiving Day Tournament, behind only the two best teams in the country, FC Barcelona (CA) and Dallas Texans (TX).

    For pictures of this tournament, go to "Pictures" and check under Tempe Thanksgiving.

    Toros vs Dallas Texans
    The Toros played well against the Dallas Texans holding to 1-0 at the end of the first half. The Toros had their chances to score, but just couldn't finish. The second half the Dallas Texans controlled the play and score two more goals. Final score: 3-0 Texans.

    Toros vs FC Barcelona
    The second game was against FC Barcelona. Barcelona had fresh legs (it was their first game of the day) and used this to their advantage, putting in early goals and never looking back. Final score 6-1 Barcelona.

    Toros vs Alburquerque United
    Saturday the Toros played well against the New Mexico state champions, Albuquerque United. New Mexico hardly passed midfield and the Toros won 4-0.

    Toros vs Gilbert Arsenal
    Second game on Saturday was against Gilbert Arsenal. A tough match all the way through as the game was full of goal scoring chances with both goalies denying them. Gilbert score first but the Toros charged back and score two goals before the end of the first half. In the first 10 minutes of the second half Gilbert scored to tied the game at 2 a piece. The last 20 minutes of the game the Toros had to play with 10 players due to a red card. The boys showed some of their best soccer and even had an opportunity to win when, with 2 minutes left in the game, a free kick from 20 yards out hit the crossbar. The final score remained 2-2.

    Toros vs Gilbert Arsenal
    Sunday's game for 3rd/4th Place was a rematch of the previous night's battle between the Cisco Toros and Gilbert Arsenal. Another tough game brought out some great playing from both sides. However, the Toros play well, controlled the tempo of the play and the game. The Toros score in the second half and never looked back. Final score: 1-0 Toros.

    The highlight of the tournament for everybody, however, was the final match between Dallas Texans and FC Barcelona. The game was incredibly well played. Barcelona won in the end on penalty kicks after playing overtime.

    Final Standings:
    1. FC Barcelona (CA)
    2. Dallas Texans (TX)
    3. Cisco Toros
    4. Gilbert Arsenal
    5. Alburquerque United (NM)

    Sunday, October 7
    2001 CISCO Tournament Champs

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    The CISCO Toros won their first tournament of the year this weekend! Along the way they posted very impressive wins over the AZFC Hammers (5-0), the Nevada Neusport '90 (4-0), and the GSC Arsenal (2-0). The win over the nationally ranked (#5) GSC Arsenal, last year's state champions and the defending tournament champions, was particularly hard fought. Additionally, the CISCO Toros went undefeated and allowed only 1 goal in four games. Congratulations to all boys for a very good performance !!!!

    Tuesday, September 4
    Toros at Pinetop for Labor Day Weekend

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    The CISCO Toros spent Labor Day weekend at Pinetop, AZ to prepare for their upcoming season. At 7,400 feet of altitude the team hiked, practiced, and had an overall good time.

    For more pictures, go to "Pictures" and check under Pinetop.

    Tuesday, July 31
    Surf Cup Highlights

    The CISCO Toros finished their Surf Cup play on Sunday after losing to the PDA Socrates (the New Jersey State Champions) on Penalty Kicks after playing to a 1-1 draw in regulation. It was a tough loss for the Toros and was not made any easier knowing that they held the lead until the last 30 seconds of injury time when the Socrates leveled the game at 1-1.

    However, it was still an excellent tournament for the Toros who notched wins over the HSC Bulls (the Hawaii State Champs)2-0, and Surf Blue 2-0. Despite these important wins the highlight of the tournament for the Toros was certainly their 1-1 draw with FC Barcelona who had recently defeated the Toros 7-0 in a scrimage game and are currently ranked #2 in the nation.
    FC Barcelona went on to win the tournament defeating the PDA Socrates 2-0 in the Finals.

    Thursday, July 19
    Toros are Indoor Champions!

    The CISCO Toros won the Phoenix Sports Centre Indoor Championship on July 7, 2001 defeating the Park Avenue Maaco 11-2 in the Championship!

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