Thursday, December 16, 2010

GiS Wins

Geeks in Soccer (GiS) won the Esri Cup 2010 on a cool, drizzly Sunday at Crafton Park. Team speed, ball control, outside shooting and solid defense contributed to the winning campaign. Congratulations to the winners!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Game Day sandwiches available

Esri Cup Players & Families

Here is a lunch/dinner special from one of the local Bakery & Deli shops near Crafton Park:

This is a good way to support a local business and get Great Food!

Heska's Sugar Shack Bakery & Deli

-Heskas has very good food, homemade bread,and fresh meat,cheese, and veggies


pre order and pay before December 5th

place an order at the park

goto Sugar Shack on the day of the tournament

*There are two specials available for $5.50 (1) whole sandwich, or (2) half sandwich with potato salad or chips, and a drink)

To Pre Order lunch/dinner see Matt McClung ext. 2847

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Less than a month to go

The Esri Cup soccer tournament is less than a month away. Click on the tabs above for the latest updates.

Eight teams have been formed, but some teams are still looking for players to fill out their roster. Contact a team captain to see if they have any slots available.

Anyone is welcome to join in the weekly games, Sundays at 1 pm, Moore Middle School in Redlands.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The Esri Cup tournament is coming!

Plans are set for the Esri Cup tournament on Sunday, December 5, 2010. Click on the tabs above for the latest updates.

This will be a 6v6 tournament (five plus a goalie on each team) on a shortened field with goals. Teams are co-ed, minimum 2 women on the field during play, ten players total per team.

The plan is to have eight teams play in two groups of 4. After playing each team in your group once, the two best teams from each group advance to a knockout stage.

We also plan to host a few "friendlies" in the weeks preceding the tournament, to let teams play together and against one another. Check the schedule for dates and locations.

OK, OK, I want to play!
How do you let us know you'd like to play? Easy: send this email to Jinwu Ma at Esri and you'll be added to the list of available players.

If you know you'd like to organize a team, include that in your email and you'll be assigned as a team captain. That just means you have final say over your own roster of players. Captain positions are taken on a first come, first served basis.

If you don't know what team you want to play on, no worries, we'll get your name out there and someone will pick you up.