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Presentation Given to Sponsor
Dan Sterkel

Dan Sterkel

May 2nd was a special night for the Storm not only because their fans and other sponsors provided needed items for Kare Kits for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation. But also because the Storm presented as a sign of appreciation a replica team jersey to the Executive Manager of Nissan of Valencia Daniel Sterkel. Nissan of Valencia’s sponsorship dollars provided all the game uniforms and training gear worn by the Storm.
The Sponsors name is worn proudly across the chest of the teams home and away jerseys, as well and their training jerseys. It is local business like Nissan of Valencia who give generously to help programs like this continue so they may  help local young talent to the professional ranks of US Soccer Federation.

Kare Kits Collection a success
Michael Hoeffliln Foundation collects needed
supplies for Kids with Cancer.
May 2nd was a great success for the Storm as their aim for the night was to collect plenty of materials needed for the kids Kare Kits. The Kare Kits are filled with items that child who discover they have cancer and begin their hospital stay.They are filled with things like tooth paste tooth brushes, Soap shampoo, lotions. crayons, coloring books and just basics a child may need going in to the hospital for the first time. The Storm was successful with the help of Valencia Dental Group who donated to the Foundation  baskets full of toothpaste, toothbrushes, dental floss and everything in dental care they may need. Valencia dental we thank you for the donation.
Michael Hoefflin Foundations Director Gillian Stone
accepts donations for Storms Zach Brunner at half time on May 2nd,
The Storm will continue to work for the foundation by collecting needed Kare Kits Items until season ends.
 Help us help them come join us, bring a simple item save 30% and enjoy great soccer action.

Storm Returns Home June 7th
Storm set to play at West Ranch June 7th.

Due to Graduations on June 7th at College of the Canyons the Storm will host F C Hasental on June 7th at
West Ranch High School in a 4pm game.
 the Storm will also host F.C. Force on June 14th the following week in a 1pm match also at West Ranch High School.  Originally scheduled for June 13th at College of the Canyons now has been rescheduled and relocated.
The Storm will be collecting at the two remaining home games kids kare kits materials for the Michael Hoefflin Foundaton.
Any one bringing these needed items will again receive 30% off your ticket price ($3.00).
Just present your items  when purchasing your ticket and receive your 30% discount.  ( Kare Kit item list can be found on line www.fcscprosoccer.com .)

Former Storm Players enjoying the Pro’s.
Alex Harlley and Miguel Ibarra Face each other
 Two Storm players face each other in the NASL. Miguel Ibarra who played with the Storm Since the early days in the Antelope Valley 2008 and now in his third year with the Minnesota United and enjoying a tremendous professional career .
Alex Harlley this last March was signed by Eric Wynalda  of the Atlanta Silverbacks  also part of the North American Soccer League.

Miguel Ibarra (left) Alex Harlley ( right) Both played together with the Storm

. Game Recap:

 Despite the Silverbacks’ pressure, Minnesota United would find a second goal through Ramirez. A high cross was sent to the far post, and a relatively unmarked Ramirez was there to nod the ball in. Defending set pieces have been a problem for the Silverbacks this season, and it reared its ugly head again, as the visitors went up 2-0 in the 72nd minute.
There was still time for the Silverbacks to climb back, and they started to do exactly that in the 85th minute. Substitute midfielder Alex Harlley found the feet of Poku, who absolutely buried a shot past a diving Hildebrandt to make it 2-1. Midfielder Junior Sandoval nearly equalized two minutes later, but his half-volley flew just over the crossbar, much to the dismay of the loud home supporters.
Tickets :
$10.00 adults 12 years  or  older.  Yourth 11 years  or  under  are free
Bring a Kare Kit item and receive $3.00 off your ticket. A list  of iteam can be found on our website at www.fscsprosoccer.com
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Friday, Oct 19, 2018
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