CFC Girls U14 Premier Win Region III President's Cup

Monday, June 16, 2014
At the opening ceremony
At the opening ceremony

The Chattanooga Futbol Club Girls U14 Premier won the Region lll President's Cup without having one goal scored on them.  A girls Division II group from Tennessee has not attended nationals in the past five years from Tennessee. 

CFC Girls U14 will attend the national championship July 10-13 in Greenville, S.C. to compete in the Final Four for the National Title. 

The team includes Lauren Barcelona, Lainee Bohannon, Avery Engles, Madelyn Ferrel, Arielle Fortune, Olivia Hoffman, Lily Hopping, Lindsey Hunkapillar, Renee Hutton, Julia Kaset, Lili Oren, Carly Pifer, Madeline Reap, Carmen Ross, Hope Sanders, Olivia Tawzer and Lynne Wright.  The coach is Jason Kaset and assistant coach is Hank Hopping. 


After the championship game
After the championship game

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