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Annandale game
Team Freedom score another thrilling tie-Unlucky-
Mclean Freedom tie the Annadle Blaze
Team Freedom showed yet another example of fine team work in over coming unlucky calls by the ref and unlucky bounces. The game began with a great display of shape, team positioning and fine passes resulting in a three combination pass placing Elissa Purdy in front of the left corner of the goal, maing amzing moves to lose a girl on and turn back toward the goal to score a beautiful goal. 1-0. Toward the end of the 1 st half with "el Loco Rose" in net, a 3 on 1 break away by the Blaze had the Rose stopping no less than 4 direct blistering shots, only to have her last clearing attempt take an unlucky bounce right on the foot of an open Blaze player on her right. The problem with the 3-1 break was simply, an off side call opportunity missed by the the ref.

The second half saw team Freedom attach early with another fine three pass combination moving the ball down field with Gabby finding the lower left hand corner of the Blaze goal.

Keeper Sarah O'Brien made several amazing saves on very difficut high shots that kept the freedom in the league. Then, late in the second half, another unlucky missed call opportunity by the ref. No less than four players collided on the edge of the box with two appearing to be injured. Much to the suprise of all, the ref didnot take his whistle out of his pocket. Team Freedom responded as they are coached to stop play and kneel when an injury on the field occurs. The Annadale player on the edge of the pile took a shot and the ref called it a goal. UNLUCKY TEAM FREEDOM.

Team Freedom kept unrelenting pressure on the Annadale Keeper who also played a whale of a game in the second half. In the end, unlucky calls and bounces resulted in a 2-2 tie.

TeaM Freedom tie a thriller in Lorton
Mclean Freedom Make dramatic comeback
On the home pitch of the Springfield Hurricanes, team Freedom continued to demonstrate great improvement across all aspects of their individual and team game. The game was tied throguh the first half at 0-0. Late in the 2nd half with about 3 minutes left, the SYC club got a lucky bounce and the Freedom found themselves down by a goal.

Hayley, the detemined cheerleader of team Freedom begged Coach Stephaine to put her in the game at center forward. She wanted to take control of the game. On the ensuing face off, team Freedom worked three succesive passes from Marjorie, to Grace to Hayley who realized that she had time and space on the left side of the goal. She carefully studied the goalies moves and made a wise decision to go upple shelf, left hand corner of the goal. With less than a minute left ion the game, team Freedom tied it up with a well deserved 1-1 match against the very well coahced and trained SYC Hurricanes.

Freedom training
Saturday, April 9
Team Freedom holds 3rd place in ODSL divison
team standings can be found under scores / tsandings option on the website!

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Chariots Of Fire

Team Freedom finishes 4th in the winter indoor season.
Team Freedom finishes in 4th place after a well played match against the Loudon freedom. During the 1st half, team freedom held the Loudoun Freedom to a 1-1 tie, with Keeper Rose                              
                              W L T   Points
Loudoun wave       6 0      18
Loudoun storm       5 1      15
Loudon freedom    4 3      12
Mclean Freedom    3 3 1 10*won head to head match with herndon 3-2
Herndon Surge       3 3 1   10
Arlington                1 7       3
Ashburn                1 6       0

The preceding Saturday , Team Freedom defeated the herdon Surge, 3-2 in the seeded competition which also represented Coach Marvin, facing the team of his BOSS!!!, the Herndon Surge. The Boss went home unlucky and unhappy!!!

Several members of team Freedom (Melissa, Marjorie Rose, Gabby and Meaghan) guest played for the Breaekrs in their seeded competion for 1st place against the Vienna Pheonix White. Team Freedom played an instrumental role in pproviding offensive and of course our hall mark defensive play (keepers and defenders).

Well done Freedom in support of our sister team, MPS breakers!!!!

Mclean Freedom Wins third in a row
Team Freedom, at 0700am scored the teams third win against the Ashburn Bandits Black, a very fine U-9G team. We welcomed Ms. Emma Axtell to our guest player roster. Emma clearly enjoyed being reunited with some of her old teamates and friends from the rec and MYS All Star teams.

Team Freedom posted a well discisplined and played 8-0 win. Coach Kenna will be pleased with how well every player executed the training program on the field. Well done Team Freedom, now it is on to the Loudoun portion of our schedule. Next up the Loudoun Storm!
Teams                     Games         Wins        Losses Points
Loudoun Wave              3           3         0               0    9
McLean Freedom    3            3         0               0    9
Loudoun Storm              3            3         0               0    9

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MPS Freedom hold 2nd place in Premier West Divsion
MPS Freedom competing in the U-10 girls Premier West divsion currently hold second place following a courageous comeback win against the Arlington Explosion , 4-3

U9-10 Girls Premier West

Teams               Games       Wins       Losses         Ties       Goals (F)    Goals (A)    Points

Loudoun Wave    2                2             0                0            19               0             6

McLean Freedom 2                2             0                0             6               4             6

Our sister team, the MPS Breakers are also holding 2nd place in their divison, the Premier East. We a little help from Keeper Rose from the Freedom, playing as a quest on Sunday, the Breaker scored a 13-0 victory over a developing and very well trained and coached U-9 team .

VYS Phoenix White Games       Wins       Losses         Ties       Goals (F)    Goals (A)    Points
                                  2             2             0               0             39               3             6

McLean Breakers
                                  2             2             0               0             22                1             6

MPS Freedom Win 2nd Indoor match
Team Freedom recorded their second indoor league win, with a little help from their friends. Our sister teams , MPs Breakers and MPS Power provided needed girl power to offset the numbers of Team Freedom players away on holidays over this long 4 day weekend. Ms Abbey Ferrer opened the scoring for the freedom with a picture prefect goal early in the 2nd half. The Arlington Explosion scored the first goal on a beautiful combination of picture perfect passes, beating keeper Melissia to the far right corner of the goal.

Arlington struck again from an odd girl break,directly in front of the goal early in the 2nd half, making the score 2 to 1 Arlington. Then Team Freedom in their usual style, fought back with a fine effort by great passing combinations from Eliisa (who assisted) and never giving up 2 nd / 3 rd efforts by Melissa (34) . Score now 2 to 2.

Then Arlington struck again going ahead by 1, mid way through the 2nd half. Making the score 3-2.

Team Freedom responder with old team mates from the princess Warriors, Marjorie Rose, Grace and Monica conecting on crisp one touch passes with Monica putiing the ball high into the upper corner. Score now 3-3 with about 6 minutes left.

Team freedom kept the pressure on Explosions and with another fine combination of crisp passes resulted in Vivan ( number 8 from the power) scoring the 4th and winning goal.

The Arlington explosion had several opportunities to score in the last 4 minutes, but our talented corp of keepers of which Sarah Kodres O'brien is one, made truly remarkable kick saves and diving / tumbling saves to secure the win for team Freedom just as the clock wound down to zero.

Next up, the Ashburn Bandits on the 20th of Feb. out bye week is the 6th of Fed; no games are scheduled for the following weekend and then we have two games back to back on the 20th.

MPS Freedom Open Winter season with a Win!!!
On a truy wintery morning, team MPs Freedom opened their first indoor winter league campaign with an impressive team victory, over the fine division 2 Herndon Surge team.
Team Freedom put into practice all of the foot skill, passing and communication skills taught so far by Coach David, Coach Mavin, Coach mateicki and Coach Laura Kodres.

Team Freedom welcomed our guest player, Sarah Allen to the club and made her feel right at home playing with old team mates, Monica and Marjorie Rose.

The first half saw a great two way battle between these evenly matched teams.Keeper ROse faced some 10 shoots and with the help of Freedoms hall mark team work and strong two way play, turned in a 1st half shut out.

Early in the 2nd half of play, Team Freedom battled the ball deep into the herndon end and through hard work by Gabbey, Elissa and Hayley, were rewarded with our first indoor goal, by Ms Hayley!!

Sarah Kodres Obrien, taking over in goal made repeated amazing saves keeping Team Freedom in the lead.

Mid way through the 2nd half, Team Freedom added a 2nd goal by none other than guest player Sarah Allen. She was assisted by Monica, Melisssa and Meaghan.

Late in the 2nd half with about 3 minutes to play, the fine team from herndon broke through Team Freedoms defensive wall and scored, making it a 2-1 match. As time ran out, Team Freedom with fine defensive play as an enitre team, kept the ball in mid field and into the attacking zone so that when the buzzer sounded, Team Freedom came away with a well deserved win!!

Way to go Team Freedom. Next up on the schedule is a 10:10am match against Arlington.

Winter Skills Development program for team Freedom
Team Freedom will begin their Winter Skills development program on the 6th of January 2005, under MPS U-10 head coach, Mr David Kenna. Practices will be held indoors at the Franklin Sherman Elementary school, thanks to team Mcelan Breakers who obtained the very hard to find, indoor practice times. Coach Kenna brings his extensive coaching experience, including training / development at the Olympic Development Program level to the Freedom Winter program.

Indoor competitive soccer against teams fromChantilly, Ashburn, Arlington and Loudon County , in a combined U-9 /U-10 divsion III and divdion II teams will compete over an eight game schedule mainly on Sunday afternoons at the finest indoor soccer facility in Northern Virginia, the DullesSportsplex.

During mid March team Freedom will join our U-9 / U-10 fellow travel teams in the Stafford County sponsored St Patrick's day ice breaker tournament in Stafford county. Team Freedom will be competing in a divsion III competivie structure which will provide fair and equitable competition in starting off our Spring season in the ODSL divsion III teams. (March 12/13 2005)

Winter Season Opening for Team Freedom
The DullesSportsPlex will be the home for Team Freedom's winter season. Team Freedom will be competing against the following teams during the Winter season from January 23rd 2005 through March 19th 2005. Teams in our Premier West Divsion include:
U9-10 Premier West

Herndon Surge

Arlington Explosion White

Loudoun Freedom

Loudoun Storm

Ashburn Bandits Black

Loudoun Wave

McLean Freedom

Mclean Freedom -Compelete ODSL season-
The Mclean Freedom compeletd their first season in ODSL with a record of 2 wins, 4 ties and 4 losses. During mid Novmber, following the compeltion of the regular season, the Mclean Freedom accepted an invitation to a fun tournmanet, created by other divsion 111 teams from the Springfield, Burke, and Loundon county teams. The Freedom placed second in the round robin competiton with a record of two wins and a tie.

Our thanks to the team mangers and coaches from all of the neighboring clubs who came up with the concept and hosted a great season ending event.

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