Lily Beehn

Lily Beehn, right, makes an aggressive defensive play in the first half of the Fall Fury U11 Girls game between the Oregon 2011 Orange and the MC Hammers.

Six Oregon youth soccer teams won championships in the 31st annual three-day Fall Fury soccer tournament that wrapped up on Sunday, Oct. 3, at Jaycee Park and fields in Brooklyn.

Enzo Schmidt

Oregon's Enzo Schmidt splits a pair of defenders during a 9U Fall Fury boys soccer game against Verona on Friday, Oct. 1, at Jaycee Park in Oregon.

The three girls soccer teams that won titles are 2010 Oregon Orange, 2009 Oregon Orange and the Oregon U14/15 team. The boys’ teams that brought home championships are 2010 Oregon Orange, 2009 Oregon Orange and the U14/15 Oregon team.

Kylie Jones

Kylie Jones, left, looks to keep the ball away from an opponent during the Fall Fury girls U12 game against the WASC on Sunday, Oct. 3, at Jaycee Park.

The Fall Fury tournament is the Oregon Soccer Club’s largest annual fundraiser. Funds raised during the tournament help the club keep registration fees down, offsets costs in maintaining the fields and funds scholarships for children to play soccer whose families have a financial need.

In the girls 12U Orange division, 2010 Oregon Orange went 2-0, scored nine goals and gave up four goals. The team knocked off MC United 7-3 on Saturday, Oct. 2. On the next day, 2010 Oregon Orange clipped U12 GS United 2-1 and edged WASC 12U 2-1 in the championship.

Alex Folcik

Oregon's Alex Folcik gets ready for a kick during a 11U Fall Fury boys soccer game against McFarland on Friday, Oct. 1, at Jaycee Park in Oregon.

In the girls’ 13U Orange division, 2010 Oregon Orange went 3-0. The Oregon team scored 15 goals and only allowed two. The 2009 Oregon Orange opened with a 10-0 victory over the Waunakee U12/13 Blaze on Oct. 2. They then shutout MCU Foster 2-0. On Sunday, 2009 Oregon Orange clipped Union Select 2009 SP/NSC 3-2.

The 2007-08 Oregon Orange team finished 3-0 to win the 14U/15U bracket. The 2007-08 Oregon Orange stymied Union Premier 2008 SP/NSC 5-0 Oct. 2. The Oregon team then shut out U15 MC United 3-0. Oregon scored eight goals in three games and didn’t give up a goal. In the title game, Oregon knocked off Rock Soccer U13/14 Gold 4-0.

In the 12U Boys Orange division, 2010 Oregon Orange went 3-0. The team scored 11 goals and surrendered two. In the first game Oct. 2, Oregon beat Winona Euro FC Corinthians of Winona, Minnesota, 3-1. The team then slipped by MCU U12 Eagles 2-1. The 2010 Oregon Orange team then rolled to a 6-0 win over WASC U12 in the championship.

The 2009 Oregon Orange team went 3-0-1 to breeze to the title in the 13U Orange division. Oregon scored 12 goals and only gave up two. The 2009 Oregon Orange beat WASC UB 3-0 Oct. 2. Oregon then tied Winona Euro FC Cruzeiro 2-2. On Oct. 3, Oregon breezed by the EMSSC Flash 4-0 and shut down Middleton United MU 13 Red 3-0 in the title game.

In the U14/15 Orange bracket, the U14/15 Oregon Orange team finished 2-0-1 to capture the championship. The Oregon team scored seven goals and gave up only one. In the first game on Oct. 1, the U14/15 Oregon Orange cruised to a 6-1 victory over WASC U14/15. On Saturday, Oregon finished in a scoreless tie against Mc United-Unity. In the title game on Sunday, Oregon clipped MC United 15UB 1-0.

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