Demize Academy Fall league recap
Lady Demize U11 girls and SDA U14 boys finish with undefeated records

With 18 Demize Acadmey teams playing 144 games in the Lake Country fall league, which kicked off back on August 20th, it was a busy four months for our coaching staff, academy players, and parents.  

The Lady Demize U11 girls followed up their Fall Classic tournament championship with a league title going undefeated with a 7-0-1 record, tallying  21 goals scored and only 6 goals against.  The Springfield Demize Academy U14-15 boys also claimed the top spot with a record of 7-0-1 with 22 goals scored and only 5 goals against.  The Lady Demize HS girls finished tied for first place with the Republic Soccer Club in the HSG division 2 with a 5-2-1 record.  A special acknowledgement goes out to the younger high school girls that played up in a U19 age division and proved that it's not how old or big you are but how you play the game that determines the outcome of any given match.

With three championships secured the following teams fell just short and finished in second place this season.  The SDA U9 boys posted a 6-2 record with 25 goals for and only 13 against.  The Lady Demize U12 girls also compiled a 6-2 record with 21 goals scored and only 9 goals against. The SDA U12 Boys team held a record of 4-1-3 losing their only game of the season to the eventual league champions. 

Congratulations to the Lady Demize and the SDA U8 boys and girls teams. Even though LCS does not keep standings in this age level, we do and thegirls finished with a 6-2 record will the SDA navy team went an impressive 6-1-1 with the other U8 boys team finished with a winning record.  

The SDA U10 boys finished in third place competing in the top divison with a 5-2-1 reecord.  The SDA U13-14 boys team also finished near the top of their division with a 5-3 record.  The Waynseville Demize U14-15 team finished right behind the SDA U13-14 boys with an 4-3-1 record in the top half of the divison. 

The U13-14 girls compiled a 0-4-4 record playing up into the U15 division and the JDA U14 boys finished in third place in the top division with a record of 1-5-2.  The Lady Demize HS girls from Joplin finished with a 3-3-2 record and the WDA U11 boys team went 2-6.

Congratulations to all the teams and players that participated this fall and we are right around the corner from another busy but exciting winter futsal season!