FRONT LEFT>RIGHT: Felyx Tsoi, Jayme Parry, Sahil Khan, Ryan Deem, Tucker Benge, Nick Shriner, Drew Beland, Tyler Manthie, John Hamel. BACK LEFT>RIGHT: Wim VanBrederode, Asa Redfield, Joe Schober, Kevin Day, Cody Hulsey, Drew Corwin, Pat Sholdt, Adam Duke
2009-10: In Fall 2009, the team competed in Washington State Premier League and concluded the season with W-L-T record of 4-2-4 with 8.07 CAP, good for 3rd place in the 11-team division. In its last appearance in ECFC uniforms, the team concluded on a high note as 2010 Challenge Cup Gold Finalist.
2010-11: Despite 2009 CAP that justified the team promotion to P1, the team once again was assigned to P2 in fall 2010. At conclusion of 2010 league play, B92 Tango placed second on P2 table at 9-3, 8th overall (39 teams) in CAP at 8.60 and was #10 seed at start of 2011 State Cup tournament. The team had proven that it's one of the top teams in state as it advanced to Championships Cup Final and concluded the 2010-11 campaign as U-18 Washington State Championship Cup Finalist.
Shoreline Stadium, Shoreline, Wa. - The 6pm WesCo 3A All-Star game saw North and South played to a 4-4 tie while North 4A topped South 3-2 with a goal in last 5 minutes of the game.
Primarily participated by all-league first teamers, Sahil, Joe and Felyx saw lots of action while Asa was sidelined due to injury.
Seattle, Wa. - Not surprisingly, several Seattle United B92 Tango concluded their prep careers with all-league honors this past spring season.
WesCo 3A: Leading off with WesCo 3A is first teamer forward captain Sahil Khan with Shorewood. Representing Shorecrest are first teamer defender Joe Schober, forward Jayme Parry and Asa Redfield, and defender Drew Beland earns hornorable mention.
WesCo 4A: Representing WesCo 4A as first team is Kamiak captain defender Felyx Tsoi whom also earns team "Most Inspirational" and "MVP."
Metro League: For Metro Sound division, Nathan hale senior midfielder Wim Van Brederode earns First Team designation second straight year.
For a full listing of 2011 all-league teams, please click here.
Seattle, Wa. - Not Rocky Balboa (2006), not The Bad News Bears (1976), and definitely not “Dodgeball” (2004), but rather John Hamel’s Seattle United B92 TANGO’s amazing run to this year's State Championship Cup Final that’s a true underdog story and it’s no doubt made possible by the coaching and instructions of its head coach John Hamel and assistant Patrick Scott.