WFC Capitals gear up with tryouts, first practice

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WENATCHEE, WA—Wenatchee FC hit the pitch for open tryouts recently and then followed up with their first practice and a dinner to greet new head coach Cesar Ceppi.

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The Capitals began their second season of existence with open tryouts held March 14 and 15 at Wenatchee Valley Community College. There were faces from last year and plenty of new talent to observe for new WFC head coach Ceppi.

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WFC later held their first practice of the new campaign, which was structured to highlight fitness and get the guys going with rigorous drills. Ceppi kept a close eye on the proceedings. See the video below.

wfc_2015EPLWA Logo-07The post-practice meal took place at El Agave in Wenatchee. Ceppi had a chance to meet other coaches from the youth side of Wenatchee FC and share a bit about his vision for the first team.

The Capitals have set a pre-season schedule that includes a March 28 visit from Pinnacles FC of Pentiction, BC. WFC will then go west for an April 11 match in Kirkland against Northwest University. The pre-season ends with an April 18 match in Bremerton against the Kitsap Pumas. The Capitals open their 2015 Evergreen Premier League season April 25 at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville against Seattle Stars FC.

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