The boys U12 Rangers Blue will move up into NCSL Division I this Spring after an undefeated Fall season. The team is looking to fill 1-2 roster spots for this upcoming Spring season. Please contact coach Pete Wood for tryout information.
2001 Rangers travel to Florida to compete in National League
OBGC's 2001 Rangers Blue (U19) traveled to Panama City Beach, FL (12/11-12/14) and Tampa, FL (12/28-12/30) to compete in US National League games. They played a total of 7 games against elite level teams from Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Utah.
The 2007 Rangers Blue finished the Fall season with a 7-0 record to win the boys U13 EDP South Atlantic Premier IV - North division. In addition to its dominant league play, the team also took first in flight at the Beach FC Tournament in Virginia Beach, VA over Columbus Day Weekend (October 12-13, 2019).
The 2006 Rangers Blue finished the Fall season with a 9-0 record to win the boys U14 EDP South Atlantic Premier III - South division. This title followed a successful Spring season in which the boys secured 2nd place in NCSL Division 1.
2008 OBGC Impact win at SAC Columbus Day Tournament
The U12 OBGC Impact Blue won their flight at the 2019 SAC Columbus Day Tournament. The girls won all four games outscoring opponents by 12 goals. Following this win, they went on to complete their successful Fall season with a second place finish in the EDP South Atlantic North Premier IV division.
OBGC Flash U15 girls won both NCSL and EDP division titles in the 2018-19 season. The Flash wrapped up a successful year by winning the EDP Premier IV Division title this Spring. This followed a Fall Season in which the Flash went undefeated winning the NCSL Division 1 title. Congrats to the team!
The 2001 Rangers Blue team won its fourth consecutive Maryland State Cup with a thrilling 3-2 overtime win over Bethesda on June 8 at Laytonia Park. The team went on to win the Eastern Regional Championships in Fredericksburg, VA and advance to the National Championships to be played in Overland Park, Kansas July 23, 24, and 25.