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Youth Soccer: Snickers National Championship finals schedule (July 28)
July 27th, 2002 12:47AM

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In Germantown, Md.

Sunday, July 28

8 a.m.

Under-14 Boys: Maryland Bays vs. La Jolla (Calif.) Nomads, Field 8.

Under-14 Girls: Newport Beach (Calif.) Slammers vs. Bethesda (Md.) Eclipse, Field 11

9 a.m.

Under-15 Boys: Rochester (N.Y.) Junior Rhinos vs. Aiken (S.C.) Fire, Field 10

Under-15 Girls: Laguna Hills (Calif.) Eclipse vs. Chantilly (Va.) Milan, Field 13

10 a.m.

Under-16 Girls: West Valley Samba (Calif.) vs. Busch (Mo.) Field 8

Under-16 Boys: Atlanta Fire vs. FC Delco Dynamo II (Pa.), Field 11

Noon

Under-17 Girls: Tsunami Sota (Minn.) vs. Pleasanton (Calif.) Rage, Field 10

Under-17 Boys: Irvine (Calif.) Strikers vs. Chicago Magic, Field 13

1 p.m.

Under-18 Boys: FC Delco Arsenal (Pa.) vs. Houston Texans, Field 8

Under-18 Girls: Atlanta Lightning vs. Colorado Girls Soccer Acad., Field 11

3 p.m.

Under-19 Boys: Houston Texans vs. San Bernardino (Calif.) Blast, Field 10

Under-19 Girls: San Diego Surf White vs. Michigan Hawks, Field 13



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