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The 2002 U-13 Rumble
2002 Radnor Rumble
THE 2002 RUMBLE

Top Row: Coach Rick Shaw, Coach Dave Sims.
Standing: Tom Puckette, Charles Smith, Ryan Kraus, Tim Adams, Sai Myint, Rodrigo Nogales, Taylor Sims.
Kneeling: Mark Ducceschi, Steve Amanullah, Garrett Fitzgerald, Eric Shaw, Brooks Bentz, Steve Mazanek, Kevin Escott.
Lounging: Mark Dziemianowicz.
Missing: Nihja White, Jeff Wellenbach.


Thursday, April 24
RADNOR COPS SECOND WINTER CROWN
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Rocketsports Champs
The Rumble took its second straight winter championship by winning five games by a combined 25-5 goal total in earning the championship of the second session at Rocketsports in Wayne. The Rumble tripped Tredyffrin/Easttown 5-1, then edged tough rival Haverford 3-2, bested Phoenixville 5-1, Lower Merion 4-1, and finally pasting Tredyffrin/Eastown for a second time 8-0. The Radnor Rumble finished the winter season with an impressive 22-5-1 record and two Rocketsports titles.

RUMBLE FALL RECORDS 1998-2002
2002: 14-1-1
2001: 14-9-1
2000: 10-8-3
1999: 8-16-1
1998: 19-3-2

TOTALS: 65-37-8


Friday, January 24
RADNOR RUMBLES TO WINTER ROCKETSPORTS TITLE
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Rumble Wins First Session
Eric Shaw took a rebound off of the wall from a long boot by Tom Puckette in overtime to lead the Rumble to a 3-2 victory over Tredyffrin/Eastown in the final game of the playoffs. The Rumble defeated Lower Merion 5-2 in its opening game. It then bested Haverford 3-1, and in the third game, it whipped Greater Chester Valley 6-2. Brooks Bentz tended the nets in each game. Rodrigo Nogales led the offense with one goal in each of the games and four for the tournament. The Rumble also won the Rocketsports indoor title in the 2001-2002 season.

Thursday, April 24
RUMBLE WINS SEMIFINAL & LOOKS FOR TITLE
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The first seed Radnor Rumble and the fourth seed Nether Norics fought like two heavyweights during its Delco semifinal contest on Saturday, November 23, at Radnor's Dittmar Park. At the end of regulation, the clubs remained tied at 1-1.

Eric Shaw scored an early Rumble goal on assists from Tom Puckette and Rodrigo Nogales. Radnor dominated the first half, but came away with only one goal and a 1-0 halftime advantage. Midway through the second half, Nether broke through and scored the game tieing goal as the Rumble's shutout streak ended at 11 straight games.

IN MARCH, THE SEASON WAS DECLARED FINAL AND THE RUMBLE WAS AWARDED FIRST PLACE IN DIVISION 2 OF THE DELCO LEAGUE.

But, in the first overtime period, with a steady breeze at its back, the Rumble's Taylor Sims scored the game winner on assists from the same tandem of Nogales and Puckette. Nether's fatigue set in as Nogales added an insurance goal on assists from Brooks Bentz and Shaw.

The undefeated Rumble will now take on the Downingtown Spirit for the league championship on Saturday, December 7.

NOTE -- THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WAS SNOWED OUT ON DECEMBER 7 & 14. IT WAS SNOWED OUT AGAIN ON JANUARY 11. IT IS UNKNOWN WHETHER THE GAME WILL EVER BE PLAYED.

THE RADNOR RUMBLE FINISHED THE SEASON (WE THINK) AT 10-0-1 IN THE DELCO LEAGUE AND 14-1-1 OVERALL. INCLUDED IN THIS AMAZING RUN WAS 11 STRAIGHT SHUTOUTS.


Sunday, October 20
RADNOR RUMBLES TO CENTRAL PA CHAMPIONSHIP
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19th Annual CPYSC U-13 Champions
CPYSC Champs in the U-13 division--Radnor Rumble. Third row: Coach Shaw, Coach Sims. Standing: Ducceschi, Smith, Bentz, White, Dziemianowicz, Kraus, Adams, Nogales, Sims, Puckette. Kneeling: Wellenbach, Mazanek, Shaw, Bonds (team mascot), Fitzgerald, Escott. Missing: Myint, Amannulah.



Palmyra -- Behind an air-tight defense, the rugged Radnor Rumble U-13 boys' team shutout three consecutive opponents on its way to winning the U-13 division of the 19th annual Central Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Club Columbus Day championship.

On Saturday, the Rumble's all-District star, Rodrigo Nogales, scored a hat trick as Radnor played rude hosts to the visitors from Stafford, Virginia in a 3-0 Rumble romp. Steve Mazanek and Tom Puckette set up the first tally as Nogales notched a nifty nine-yard knick into the net. On the second Radnor goal, midfielder Tim Adams fired a 35-yarder from the left flank that the Virginia goalkeeper played hot potato with before Nogales barreled through and deposited the ball, and his body, deep inside the Stafford goal. Radnor added an insurance goal on an assist from an unlikely offensive player--its goalkeeper, Mark Dziemianowicz. The powerful Dziemianowicz deflected a Stafford shot and then used his cannon-like leg to blast a 60-yard punt that nearly cleared the Mason-Dixon line. Nogales swept up the loose ball, outran the befuddled defender, and scored in a one-on-one situation to earn his second hat trick of the season.

Game two on Sunday pitted the Rumble against the Dallastown Destroyers in a game that the Destroyers would like to forget. The Rumble scored early and scored often to destroy Dallastown 7-0. Speedy Eric Shaw scored twice for the Rumble with his second goal coming on goalkeeper Dziemianowicz's second assist in as many games. Steel-headed Ryan Kraus, a tenacious fullback who plays up on corner kicks because of his outstanding heading ability, scored twice off his noggin' on corners deftly placed in front of the goal by stopper Puckette. Garrett Fitzgerald and Taylor Sims contributed key assists and Nogales, Mazanek and Lower Merion import, Kevin Escott, each added goals to add to the destruction.

The final game of the tournament was expected to be the most difficult as Radnor took on the Avon Grove Cheetahs--a regional team with cat-like speed that is perched undefeated atop its division of the Delco League. In the end, however, it was the Rumble offensive juggernaut that left the Cheetahs seeing spots. Puckette set up yet another beautiful corner goal that Escott took on the first bounce off the pitch and misdirected into the left corner of the Cheetah net. Shaw tickled the twine for the Rumble's second goal on a fine setup from midfielder Charles Smith. Nogales added his fifth goal in three games, and his 15th of the season, with a left footed floater into the upper right corner of the goal as the rampaging Rumble registered a convincing 3-0 win in the deciding contest.

It is the unmistakable defensive play of the Rumble, however, that stands out in this tournament and for the season. With its win this weekend, the Rumble runs its record to 10-1-1 and it has notched an amazing eight consecutive shutouts in league and tournament play. Much of that success must be attributed to rookie goalkeeper Dziemianowicz who is an outstanding leaper and has the uncanny ability to come out quickly and cut down the angle on would be scorers. Veteran fullbacks Mark Ducceschi, Brooks Bentz, and Kraus are physical and steady on the back line. Talented Jeff Wellenbach, Smith, and Puckette are quick accellerators at the sweeper and stopper positions. All this adds up to the Rumble having not allowed a goal in the past 560+ minutes of play.....and counting.


Saturday, August 31
Rumble Ready for 2002 Fall Season
The Radnor Rumble is excitedly anticipating its Fall 2002 season in the Delco Soccer League. The club has added five new players from last season and should show marked improvement. Tim Adams and Sai Myint moved up from the Radnor Kixx club. Kevin Escott joined the Radnor club from the Lower Merion club. Nihja White left his Conestoga Generals football career behind to join the Rumble. And, Mark Dziemianowicz, formerly a top Rec player, has joined the team.

You can follow all the Rumble action here on the Radnor Rumble web site.


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Another Ball Stopped by DZ


Rumble Wins Rocketsports Title
The Radnor Rumble, after finishing 6-1 during the regular season, won the Rocketsports indoor season title by defeating Lower Merion Spiders 4-0 in the final game. The Rumble showed its dominance by outscoring its opponents in the playoffs 13-1.

The Rumble played the Lower Merion Monkeys in the opening round and defeated them 2-1. Taylor Sims scored the first goal and Rodrigo Nogales the winning goal. In the semifinals, the Rumble easily defeated Reading Rage 7-0 as Sims added a hat trick. In the finals, Radnor whipped LM 4-0 to take home the crown. Brooks Bentz notched his second shutout of the day thanks to outstanding defensive efforts from Charles Smith and Mark Ducceschi.

The Rumble was presented with their winning trophy balls immediately after the game.


Rumble Lifetime Records
Following the first session of Winter Soccer 2002, the Rumble has the following record in its four year history:

Indoor 112-52-12
Fall   51-36-7
Spring 2-4-0


Radnor Rumbles to Fine Season
The Radnor Rumble finished in fourth place in the tough Delco second division with a 7-3-1 record. Overall, the Rumble was 14-9-1 with runners-up finishes in the Deep Run U-13 division and the Delco Columbus Day Tournament.

The Rumble won five of its last six league games to finish in a tie for fourth place, then lost a play in game to GCVSA 2-1. Of the Rumble's nine losses, eight came by just one goal! The Rumble outscored its opponents on the campaign by a 68-37 mark.

All-star Rodrigo Nogales led the team with 21 goals and 51 points. Jeff Wellenbach added 11 goals and 8 assists. Eric Shaw notched 10 goals and 12 assists. Steve Mazanek led the team with 13 assists, followed by Shaw, Bob Fischer with 11, and Charles Smith with 10.

Lou Sanet was 11-8-1 in goal with a 1.68 goals against average with three shutouts. Backup Brooks Bentz was 3-1-0 in goal with a 0.84 goals against average and one shutout.


   
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