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DEA Bedford Over 30

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2010 Division Champions
Rear L-R: Junior, Jon Cloutier, Lucas Hill, Tyler Drogy, Scott Gagnon, Dan Martin, Willy Mungere, Peter Anderson, Tony Karibian, Jerold White, Gary Karibian,   Front L-R: Jeff Stubbs, Elvis Zukovic, Jeff Lareau, Barry Fitzgerald,  Chris Jones, Ryan Carvalho,Tino Martinez

Welcome to the FIVE time Division Champions, DEA Bedford Over 30 team home page. Formally the Bedford Pacers and prior to that, Londonderry Pacers. Following in the great DEA soccer tradition, the DEA 0ver 30 team is a very talented men's soccer club. The original team was founded back in 1990 as the Londonderry Pacers, see History for more information. We compete in the NEOTH Soccer League which is the largest organized soccer league in the country. We have just come off of our best season in Division 1 finishing as the #1 seed and heading to the finals.  Our home field is Sportsmans Field on Nashua Road in Bedford, NH. Games are played on Sunday mornings during the spring and fall seasons. Normal home game kicks off at 10:00 AM.



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Sunday, November 21
DEA Tries to Make History Today

DEA Over-30 Men's Soccer Team goes for history today.  DEA is taking on Seacoast United, largely the hammer to DEA's nail for so many years, they levelled twice this year 1-1.  Today's final is winner-take-all. 

This DEA franchise has climbed from the bottom of the OTHSL.ORG ranks, from Division 7 up to Division 1.  It has taken 17 years, and 34 seasons, to make the climb to the pinnacle of New England Men's Soccer. 

Starting out as the Londonderry Pacers (sponsered by Pace Industries), the team was a struggling franchise in Division 5, lead by the honorable Peter Hall (RIP).  DEA mastermind Dale Dubois joined the team in the 90's, and slowly brought over DEA-quality players over time.  Eventually, they reached Divsion 1, only to be slapped back to Division 2 in short order.  They made it back, and haven't left since. 

The squad rotated the older faction to the Masters Team (Over-40's) and replaced the team with younger players.  Today led by the likes of Jerold White, Ryan "The Salmon" Carvalho, Elvis Zukovic, DEA Summer Team Legend Lucas Hill, Dan Martin, Chris Jones, Barry Fitzgerald, and so many more.  Tino Martinez has grown into a "Godfather in Waiting", handling the reigns for Dale for the team management.  Last, brother Jon is the last remaining member who toiled in the lower divisions and has the shin-bang to prove it.  Today is his swan swang as he moves to my sign for next spring in the Masters team.

Today, the entire DEA Community, which stretches from Seattle to Singapore, Georgia to Ghana, South Boston to South Africa, waits a watchful eye to see if DEA can take home their first Division 1 Championship.  I personally toiled on this team for a full decade, and couldn't be prouder of my involvement for laying the building blocks for today's successes.  Make no mistake, this team is a classy group of guys who are deserving of their participation in today's game.

Prediction:  DEA 2, Seacoast 1.  Elvis' with a wonder goal from distance while the ref is stealing glances at his watch.  And, without a doubt, a third-half blowout.



Saturday, September 18
DEA Defeats PAC Lowell, 2-1.

The first match-up between these two teams in several years would end with DEA on top with a goal in the 82nd minute.  DEA now stands atop D1 Tied with Seacoast united.

The first half would see plenty of action at both ends, but some better opportunities for PAC Lowell but unable to finish.  DEA Keeper, Lucas Hill, would come up big to keep PAC off the board.  On the other end of the pitch, DEA would find themselves unable to test the PAC keeper, with a packed in 18 yard box and not many open looks at net.  In the 38th minute, DEA would break through.  After some nice foot work at the top of the 18, the ball would make its way to new guy Peter Anderson with an open look at twine.  Anderson would not hesitate, and the ball was in.  DEA 1-0.   The Feds took the lead into the half and the ref  reset his watch.

The second half brought more action at both ends and also some in the middle as DEA would see the yellow twice on plays near the center ring.  However the call or calls may have been questionable as the PAC salesman had done a fine job.  PAC would have some great opportunities, but would come up empty as DEA keeper, Hill, would make some some impressive saves going to either side, and come  up huge on an in close chance that was struck well.  DEA would have some chances of their own, twice putting the ball past the PAC keeper only to have it pulled off the line.  In the 78th minute, PAC would level the match after a scramble out front.  DEA keeper had trouble getting to a cross with much traffic in front of the cage.  A fortunate bounce for PAC and the score is tied and DEA was not happy.  The feds would respond within five minutes.  Willie received a nice ball, turned a defender, and streaked towards goal.  As a shot seemed predictably next, Willies unpredictably lay a nice feed to a streaking Anderson, and he would, again, find twine without hesitation.  DEA 2-1.  And, that's the way it would finish.  See ya Sunday for "Game of the week"  DEA vs. Ipswich @ Bedford.

Man of the Match

Lucas Hill
Peter Anderson


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