the soccer club of the Eastern Panhandle

​​25 State Cup Titles and Counting...

OPEN Volunteer Positions

Are you ready to be a member of the EPIC family?

If you are interested in applying for one of the open positions, please contact a Board Member above by email. 

Additional Volunteer Positions

EDAP Manager: OPEN

Field Coordinator/Referee Assignor: OPEN

NCSL Representative: Buddy Perry

Risk Management Coordinator: Kimm Spencer

Uniform Coordinator: Angie Bangit

Event Coordinator: Julie Study

Fundraising Coordinator - OPEN

Advertising/Social Media Coordinator- OPEN

Board Members

Director of Coaching:  Aric Canonico
Assistant Director of Coaching:  

President:  Shelley Sanders

Vice President:  Victor Rushizky 

Secretary:  Gina Parker

Treasurer:  Kim Fortney 

Registrar:  Kimm Spencer  

Parent Liaison - Johanna Tabor

Academy Director:  David Leonard

EPIC teams participate in the following leagues:

National Capital Soccer League (NCSL)

Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL)

Elite Player Development Program (EDP)

Frederick PentaLeague & HexaLeague

WV State League

WV Olympic Development Program (ODP)


EPIC Soccer Club (Eastern Panhandle Inter-County) is a volunteer organization founded in 1994.  EPIC Soccer Club is the premier sanctioned travel soccer club in the Eastern Panhandle. EPIC offers competitive soccer opportunities for the area’s children at a level not available in the recreational soccer leagues. Experienced & licensed coaches, challenging league play and tournaments, motivated teammates, excellent sportsmanship, and above all, fun! This is the EPIC experience.


EPIC teams represent the state and region in several area leagues, including the Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL), based in northern Virginia; the National Capitol Soccer League (NCSL), based in the Washington metropolitan area; the Elite Player Development Program (EDP), and the Region 1 Champions League as well as Frederick PentaLeague for U7/8 and Frederick HexaLeague for U9/10. Teams participate in tournaments across the tri-state area, including the West Virginia State Cup, where multiple teams have won state championships (26 and counting) and gone on to represent West Virginia in national tournaments.


EPIC stresses the development of excellent sportsmanship as much as the development of excellent soccer skills. Players learn a love of the sport and the importance of teamwork as well as respect for their opponents and the rules of the game.


EPIC teammates form close friendships through their love of the game, the pleasure they share in increasing their skills and abilities, and their encouragement and support of each other on and off the field.