U13 GG Day 4 Far West Regionals

We woke up to an early morning at 5:15. We got ready quickly to eat a scrumptious breakfast the chaperones prepared for us. We were passing out at the table because it was so early!!! Once we were ready and set, we drove off to the fields with the music pumping in the car. When we got out of the car, it was raining pretty hard. The fields were muddy and wet. During warm ups, we were really relaxed and that helped us. Then once the game started, we turned on the fury and got ferocious. We scored in the first 5 min. That goal brought our confidence up. We didn’t score another goal the whole half. But that didn’t stop us. The second half we came out even stronger. We scored 3 more goals in 15 min. The other team was now in a deep cravas and had to dig themselves out quickly.They sadly scored with a break away. That does not happen in our house. We strikes again and scored 1 more goal to end the game with a score of of 5-1 us. Later that day we had a delicious lunch right before we went snorkeling. Then on the drive to go snorkeling we partied in the back seat celebrating the victorious win.once we got there,  there was some crowd management problems. But we said “no,no,no girl. That won’t do honey buns.” Then we finally got our way and started to snorkel it up like pros. After 2 hours of seeing magnificent, fantastic, amazing,cool,colorful, dazzling fish and turtles, we left the crystal clear water and went to the dry hopeless land. And then we got in the car to go home for a scrumptious dinner of steak and noodles. Then Kris gave us a scouting with Jamie and Louis in the background giving us some sick tips. Once we were done, we headed off the bed saying “night, night!”;) and now wears here in our freezing room writing this blog. All in all it was a beaut. Thank you Denver and good night.

Jaelin Howell & Sydney Teslow

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