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Radnor Patch
Radnor Team Patch
Saturday, February 10

2003 Labor Day & Columbus Day champs
Pictured above are: Standing -- Mazanek, Puckette, White, Fitzgerald, Sims, Bentz, Kraus, Dziemianowicz, Ballard. Kneeling -- Ducceschi, Wellenbach, Adams, Smith, Shaw, Savaria, Nogales.

The Radnor Rumble competes in the U14 age group division of the Delco Soccer League -- one of the nation's strongest youth soccer leagues. Check this site for all the latest information about the Radnor Rumble soccer team.

Sweeper Brooks Bentz in the DELCO title game

Rumble by Buffer

Friday, February 11
Radnor Rumbles into Far Post Winter League

The Radnor Rumble U-16 team has begun its winter program by entering the Thursday Night League at Far Post in Oaks. Far Post is an exciting new indoor soccer arena housed in what was formerly a warehouse that made lockers. The team will play a 7 game season followed by one night of playoff action.

The Rumble is also practicing on weekends with the TE team on the icy turf field at Radnor High School.

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Saturday, July 10
Rumble Announces 2004 U-15 Squad

Coach Dave Smith has announced the 2004 U-15 Radnor Rumble soccer team. Congratulations to two newcomers who have made the team -- Matt Pietrovito and Cory Wilson. The club sports five non-Radnor residents: Tim Adams and Dan Savaria from Lower Merion; Erik Shaw and Nihja White from Conestoga; Chris Ballard of Marple-Newtown. Five Rumblers return for their seventh and final season with the squad: Brooks Bentz; Garrett Fitzgerald; Rodrigo Nogales; Taylor Sims; Jeff Wellenbach.

Listed below is the 2004 roster and seasons with the Rumble.


Tim Adams (3)
Chris Ballard (2)
Brooks Bentz (7)
Mark Ducceschi (6)
Mark Dziemianowicz (3)
Garrett Fitzgerald (7)
Ryan Kraus (6)
Rodrigo Nogales (7)
Steve Mazanek (6)
Matt Pietrovito (R)
Tom Puckette (5)
Dan Savaria (2)
Erik Shaw (3)
Taylor Sims (7)
Charles Smith (6)
Jeff Wellenbach (7)
Nihja White (3)
Cory Wilson (R)

Delco Champs
2003 Delco Division 1 Champs
Saturday, November 22

Ducceschi, Kraus, Sims, & Smith Celebrate!
For the second consecutive year, the Radnor Rumble has been crowned Delco League champs. But, this year, the victory is ever sweeter because it is in Division 1 and the opponent in the final game was a team that humiliated the Rumble 4-0 during the regular season.

Coventry, the #4 seed in the Delco League, had knocked off the #1 seeded and undefeated Nether team 2-1 in the semifinals on a goal in the second overtime. Meanwhile, the Rumble defeated Downingtown Spirit 1-0 in its semifinal. This set the stage for the championship game to be played at the neutral Line Road field in Paoli.

Radnor had revenge on its mind. Just two weeks ago, in the regular season finale, the Rumble was humbled by Coventry 4-0 on a pitch just a stone's throw away from the Limerick nuclear power plant. In this game, the Rumble was completely dominated and never in the game. It was the first time since the 2000 season that the Rumble was beaten by four goals. Moreover, the Rumble, which had only given up 9 goals all season, gave up four this game.

On a 64 degree day in Paoli, the Rumble struck first when its all-state midfielder, Rodrigo Nogales, stole a Coventry pass, drove to the left corner of the pitch and lofted a 35 yard left footed shot that hit the twine. Both teams went up and down the field the rest of the first half. Radnor had several scoring chances and Mark Ducceschi, Charles Smith, and Brooks Bentz did a great job of bundling up the outstanding Coventry striker, #10. At one point, Bentz crashed head on with the larger player and broke up a would be Coventry break away.

In the second half, at the 43 minute mark, Jeff Wellenbach made a great move and drilled a shot that clanked off of the left post of the Coventry goal. The determined Radnor defense, out to seek revenge from its poor performance in the regular season finale, held the speedy Coventry strikers to just one point blank shot-- a shot that goalkeeper Mark Dziemianowicz grabbed in his chest. With just one minute remaining and Coventry pushing for the tieing goal, Nogales lofted a ball to the left corner that the speedy Erik Shaw caught up to and put on goal where Nijha White was Nike on the spot and his sliding tap put the insurance goal in for the Rumble.

The Rumble finished the season 14-3-1 and won its second straight Delco Championship. It also won the preseason Labor Day tournament in Warminster and the Columbus Day Central Pennsylvania Youth Soccer tournament.


Radnor Fans Hoist Brooks Bentz after the Rumble's second consecutive Delco cup

midfielder Taylor Sims
Rumble Stars

Erik Shaw

Nogales with Charles Smith

Goalkeeper Mark Dziemianowicz
Tuesday, November 4
Radnor Rumbles into Playoffs

For the third consecutive season, the Radnor Rumble assured itself of a playoff position in the Delco League. It currently sits in first place with 16 points and a 5-1-1 league record. Its 1-0 shutout of FC Leeds on Saturday at Ditmar Field assured the Rumble of a playoff berth. With a victory this weekend, Radnor is assured the first seed and home field advantage throughout the Division 1 playoffs.

The Rock -- Tom Puckette

Steve Mazanek
Sunday, October 12

The Rumble's scoring machine, Rodrigo Nogales
The Radnor Rumble followed up its successful Labor Day tournament win with a championship of the U-14 division of the CPYSL Tournament held in Palmyra/Hershey. This is the second consecutive year that the Rumble has taken home top hardware in this tournament.

In game one, the Rumble gave up an early goal (its only goal of the tournament), but came back to defeat Parkland of Allentown 2-1. Steve Mazanek had the game winning goal. In the second game of the tournament, the Rumble did as much as it had to to win 3-0 over the Trojan Soccer Club from York. Ryan Kraus put the Rumble on the board with a header off of Tom Puckette's corner. And, in game three, the Rumble shutout Harrisburg Metro 2-0 as Rodrigo Nogales and Dan Savaria scored.

The Rumble defense was again stiff led by goalkeeper Mark Dziemianowicz and sweeper Brooks Bentz. Kraus, Charles Smith, and Tim Adams were outstanding all weekend in the fullback position.

The Rumble goes back to Delco League play next weekend.

Garrett Fitzgerald

Ducc & Roddy
Ducc & Rod ready for action
Let's Get Ready to Rumble

Firing Up the Rumble
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