One of Only Four 2000s Players and One of Two WA Players to Make 36-Player U-14 Camp
BURIEN, Wash. – Highline Premier FC, the advanced development program of the Highline Soccer Association, extends congratulations and recognition to Khai Brisco (Boys 00 Blue) for being selected to the U.S. Under-14 Boys’ National Team Camp November 17-25 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California.
More information can be found on the US Soccer National Development Program site.
Khai is one of only four 2000s to be picked by U.S U14 National Team Head Coach Hugo Perez for the 36-player camp and one of only two players from WA (Bekele Dowty of Blackhills FC is the other) in the second U14 National Pool Camp. The club is wishes Khai every success as he plays at the highest level available in the US.
“Khai is one of those players that consistently and positively impacts the matches in which he competes.” said Highline Premier Coaching Director Maya Mendoza-Exstrom. “He has been adding new skills to his repertoire the past year and Highline Premier is pleased to see his efforts recognized on the national level. Khai is an inspiration for players in our club and greater community!”
“Khai has really taken ownership over his development in the past 12 months and used his time working with multiple teams and coaches within our program to elevate his play to a level that would make him a candidate for this type of opportunity. To receive the invitation as a 2000 birth year in a predominantly 1999 group speaks highly to his commitment to an individual plan to improve and develop.”
About Highline Premier FC
Highline Premier Football Club, based just south of Seattle, Washington USA, is the official advanced development club of Highline Soccer Association (HSA). HSA is comprised of five member clubs dedicated to promoting the game of soccer through programs and play options that serve over 3,000 youth in the Highline area of West Seattle, West Highline, Sea-Tac, Normandy Park and Des Moines/Midway. Highline Premier provides the highest possible level of professional technical, tactical and skills development training to qualified youth players, assisting them in fulfilling their potential as highly skilled and capable players and creating opportunities for them to play at the highest levels, both in the state and beyond, commensurate with their abilities. Highline Premier players learn the necessary life skills to obtain future success whether it is in athletic competition or the professional work place. The Highline Premier community of players, coaches, staff, club volunteers and member families endeavor to be good stewards of the sport of soccer and to the community in which they live. To learn more, visit http://www.highlinepremier.com