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Jun, 2023

ECYSA Playoffs

Wakefield Soccer Teams Advance to Essex County Youth Soccer Playoffs

Six teams from the Wakefield Soccer Association have advanced to the playoffs in the Essex County Youth Soccer League. The playoffs will be held next week, culminating with championship games on
June 17th and 18th at the Pingree School fields in South Hamilton.

In grade six girls, the Wakefield Wanderers, coached by Justin Pritchard, Brian Stowell, and Nate Johnson, have made the playoffs in the County-2 division. In grade six boys, Wakefield Roma just missed the playoffs by a tiebreaker.

In grade eight boys, Wakefield Dortmund, coached by Andy Bray, Angelo Pierri, Todor Mititchev, and Kevin Kelley, are in the playoffs in the County-1 division. In grade eight girls, Wakefield Reds, coached by Tim Fitzgerald, Ashley Renzi, Sean O’Brien, and Bret Ferrell, will play in the MTOC-1 division.

In the grade ten boys division, Wakefield Magpies, coached by Jamie Strongosky and Ben Schools, will play in the MTOC-1 division. In the PG boys division, which includes all grades of high school players plus players in the first year of college, the Wakefield Warriors, coached by Kevin Cosgrove, Sean Letchford, Thomas Pilleri and Rob Valley, will play in the MTOC-1 division.

And finally, in the PG girls division, Wakefield West Brom, coached by Josh Caplin, Scott Myette, Thomas Callahan, Allan Stratton, and Sharon Carlino, will play in the MTOC-1 division playoffs.

The MTOC division teams will be playing for the right to represent the Essex Youth Soccer League at the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions, held on June 23-25 at the Massachusetts Youth Soccer Fields at Progin Park in Lancaster. The County division teams will be playing to be declared the champions of their division in the Essex League. More information on the Essex League and its playoffs can be found at

The fourth grade Wakefield travel teams will be participating in the end of season Friendship Jamboree on June 10 th . The Grade 4 division of the Essex County Youth Soccer League does not keep standings, but instead focuses on learning the game and having fun. The girls teams Revolution, Royals, Red Stars, Timbers, Pride, and Thorns will be playing at the Jamboree, as well as the boys teams Barcelona, Real, and Atletico.

All told Wakefield entered 32 teams in the spring season of the Essex League. This year we had over 1,000 youth playing soccer from ages 2 to 19. More information regarding Wakefield Soccer is available at

The Wakefield Soccer Association strives to provide a quality recreational, youth soccer experience for all of our members. We believe that good sportsmanship and a desire to coach, play, referee or watch soccer in a way that honors the game, are the cornerstones of that experience. In doing so, we aim to create a lifelong appreciation of the game by actively seeking to promote soccer to the youth of Wakefield.
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