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The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Champion trophy will go into the Marco Island Charter Middle School's trophy case after the boys downed Southwest Florida Christian Academy, 7-1, on Tuesday to win the title.

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Roger LaLonde Staff The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Champion trophy will go into the Marco Island Charter Middle School's trophy case after the boys downed Southwest Florida Christian Academy, 7-1, on Tuesday to win the title.

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The Marco Island Charter Middle School boys soccer team with its trophy for winning the Gulf Cast Athletic Conference championship on Tuesday. Front row, from left, Josh Wagner, Chris  Nyhuus, Kyle Bartos, Jay Vanderjagt, Tony Andrade, Kole Bartos and Jordan Barrett. Back row, assistant coach Tony Andrade, Cameron Ragan, Omar Rodriguez, Cody Young, Colin McMullen, Chris Gengenbach, Ben Lopez, Evan Meredith and coach Mike Vanderjagt.
  • Southwest Florida Christian Academy's William Sammet and Marco Charter's Tony Andrade give chase for the ball in the Eagles 7-1 win to claim the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship.
  • Marco Charter's Chris Nyhuus uses the side of his foot to control the ball as he looks to pass in the Eagle's 7-1 win over Southwest Florida Christian Academy to win the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference title.
  • Referee Russ Simmons explains what Charter School goalie Jay Vanderjagt is allowed to do on a penallty kick for Southwest Florida Christian Academy. The penalty kick is basically a point-blank shot, with the goalie only able to move to his left or right, not come out of the goal to cut down the angle on the shooter. The sot was missed as the Eagles won 7-1 to win the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship.
  • Charter's Omar Rodriguez (14) head butts the ball away from the Eagles' goal in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship game, won by the Marco Island Charter Middle School over Southwest Florida Christian Academy.
  • Charter's Cody Young, (5) takes control of the ball over Caleb Wilkins of Southwest Florida Christian Academy in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship game, won by the Marco Island Charter Middle School.
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Charter's Cody Young (5) and Southwest Florida Christian Academy's Caleb Wilkins watch Young's shot as it is hauled in by SWFCA's goalie Dorian Escalante. The Eagles put shots on goalie throughout the match, coming away with a 7-1 victory and the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship.
  • Mike Vanderjagt, Marco Island Charter Middle School coach, left, accepts the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship trophy from Mark Ackerman, athletic director at Southwest Florida Christian Academy. Coincidentally, the Charter School downed Ackerman's academy in the championship game.
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Charter School's Chris Gengenbach stops the ball with his body, then slams  a kick into the Southwest Florida Christian Academy goal for a score in the Eagles 7-1 win for the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference championship. Gengenbach scored twice.
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The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Champion trophy will go into the Marco Island Charter Middle School's trophy case after the boys downed Southwest Florida Christian Academy, 7-1, on Tuesday to win the title.

The Marco Island Charter Middle School boys soccer team showed its dominance in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference on Tuesday by downing Southwest Florida Christian Academy, 7-1, for the league title.

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