Bainbridge Island Football Club recently returned from Redmond with eight championships and three finalists.
BIFC had more than 20 teams competing in the Crossfire Select Cup.
The tournament was held at 60 Acres, a complex of 26 fields, and featured a total of 265 teams from across Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and Hawaii during the Crossfire Select Cup, which is held every year on the last weekend of July.
“Bainbridge families moved from field to field to spread the support and cheering for our boys and girls teams participating over a hot weekend in Redmond,” said Ian McCallum, BIFC’s director of coaching.
The club’s highlight performances were numerous.
Bainbridge Island FC G10 Blue finished as the GU10 Bronze champions, winning 5-0 against Crossfire G10 Red in the final. Abril Edwards had two goals in the final while Kiyoko Cozzatti had three as the girls romped to a shutout win.
Bainbridge Island FC B10 Blue was the BU10 Bronze finalist, losing in a penalty kick shootout to Crossfire B10 White.
“Three BIFC teams featured in the bronze bracket semi-finals, unfortunately pitting two of our Blue and White teams against each other,” McCallum said.
“BIFC B10 Blue went on to the final in the bronze bracket final, but lost in penalties (2-1) after coming from behind on a second-half goal from Asher Butler which tied it at 1-1 and forced the shootout.”
Bainbridge Island FC B09 Blue was the BU11 Gold champion, winning 3-0 against Crossfire B09 Red in the final.
Goals from Boston Brookes, Quinn Robinson and Andres Henao guaranteed the champions title went to the boys from Bainbridge.
Bainbridge Island FC G09 Blue were the GU11 Silver finalists, losing to PSA Force in the final, 1-0.
The girls had strong weekend of performances with 8-0, 4-0 and 2-1 wins to earn a place in the championship match, McCallum said.
Bainbridge Island FC B08 Blue were the BU12 Gold champions, besting Crossfire B08 Black 3-1 in the final; goals from Jacob Jimenez, Brody McCallum and Howard Howlett secured the Bainbridge win in the title matchup.
A strong weekend of five wins, 26 goals and only four goals scored against led the Bainbridge boys to the gold championship.
The standout performance was a 3-1 win in the semi-finals against Portland City United, McCallum said.
Bainbridge Island FC B08 Black were the BU12 Bronze champions, winning 4-0 against Whatcom FC B08 in the final.
Bainbridge Island FC G08 Blue finished as the GU12 Bronze champions, forging a 3-2 victory against Seattle United NE G08 Blue in the final.
Bainbridge Island FC G07 Blue were the GU13 Gold champions, outlasting PSA Force in the final 1-0.
Bainbridge Island FC G06 Blue advanced as GU14 Gold finalists, but lost to PCU from Portland 4-0 in the final.
The highlight of a very strong showing by the girls was a penalty shootout win in the semi-finals, McCallum said.
Bainbridge Island FC B05 Blue were the BU15 Gold champions, winning 1-0 against ISC Gunners B05 in the final
Bainbridge Island FC B01 Blue claimed the BU19 Bronze championship, winning 1-0 against FPSC Fury B01 in the final.
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