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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Storm signs Cline to a third year as Head Coach

Santa Clarita, California- Futbol Club Santa Clarita would like to announce the signing of Head Coach Jarrod Cline for his third term as the leader of the Storm. Cline began in 2010 with the organization when they were in the Antelope Valley, then as the Lancaster Rattlers of the United Soccer Leagues, & continued into 2011 when the team switched leagues to the National Primer Soccer Leagues & changed their name to the Rattlers F.C. After getting tired of a stubborn City Council in the A.V., the now F.C.S.C. Storm decided to nestle into the Santa Clarita Valley where they were welcomed with open arms and have never been more satisfied. Bringing Cline’s experience and familiarity with the organization will only the solidify The Storm’s presence in Santa Clarita.
Cline who finished last year with a record of three wins, eleven losses, and zero ties looks too much improve in Santa Clarita in 2012.  With not only the support of the city but also the influx of new and exciting talent, combined with some key returning players; the Storm will be the team to watch in this season. Cline came to the club in 2010 with quite the coaching record. Coach Cline took over the Palmdale High School boys Varsity squad in 2005 and recorded a 112-37-16 overall record.  Coach Cline took P.H.S to two Golden League Championships (2005-06 and 2009-10), Champions of the Lancaster Eagle Cup and Upland Tournament (2009-10), made it to semi-finals of the CIF-Div. 1 (2005-06), and qualified for CIF playoffs every year. Coach Cline has seen many of his players move on to top colleges; Taft College, UC Irvine, Kansas Wesleyan University, Cal State Los Angeles, Cal Baptist University, College of the Canyons, and more. As well as professional teams such as; Atlas —Mexican Professional League, Portland Timbers, Rochester Rhinos, F.C.S.C Storm, & Rattlers FC & other teams around the US.  Due to Cline’s consistent coach, P.H.S has been nominated to the top 10 coach’s poll for their division 5 of the past 6 years.   read the rest of the story +

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