If you are unfamiliar with the Phoenix FC Wolves, know they are the Valley’s new United Soccer League team. Their season is currently in progress, and they are 2-3-2 on the year.
But they scored a big victory over the weekend that will not show up in the standings.
The Wolves accepted an invitation to participate with ASU Power Soccer in the Youth Adaptive Sports Clinic over the weekend. The clinic is put on so that people with disabilities will have a chance to try out some wheelchair sports, including soccer.
Which is where the Wolves came in, and by all accounts everyone had a great time.
— Phoenix FC (@phoenixfcwolves) May 6, 2013
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