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Results (7-28): 2000 SNICKERS USYSA National Championships
July 28th, 2000 12AM
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Results from July 28, the final day of round-robin play at the USYSA national championships in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.: ò The Greer Cup (U-17 boys) final will pit the West Babylon (N.Y.) Panthers against the Chicago Magic Sockers. ò The Niotis Cup (U-16 boys) final will pit FC Westchester (N.Y.) against Tempe (Ariz.) Pros. ò The Stone Cup (U-18 boys) final will pit Scott Gallagher (St. Louis) against Wolfpack (Huntington Beach, Calif.). ò The Moynihan Cup (U-17 girls) final will pit the San Diego Surf against the Carmel (Ind.) Cosmos II. The teams qualified for the final on July 27. ò Round-robin games remain to be played in the U-19 boys and girls divisions on July 28. Under-16 Girls Prince William Sparklers (Woodbridge, Va.) 1, Southern California Blues (Dana Point) 0 Scorer: Liana Wooten (11). D'Feeters (Dallas) 4, Internationals (Cleveland) 0 Scorers: Brittany Barakat (19, 44), Carrie Berend (22, 73). Under-16 Boys Tempe (Ariz.) Pros 1, Charlotte (N.C.) SC Blue 0 Scorer: Ben Pullen (75) FC Westchester (N.Y.) 3, Sockers FC (Chicago) 2 Scorers: Michael Marcellino (25), Alex Reison (28), Christopher Richards (78); John Dahlquist (31), Mike Magee (42). Under-18 Boys Scott Gallagher (St. Louis) 3, Wolfpack (Huntington Beach, Calif.) 0 Scorers: Brian Lamping (24, 32), Dan Hilson (29). Charlotte (N.C.) SC Blue 2, FC Delco Black (West Chester, Pa.) 2 Scorers: Christopher Dulaney (12), Jerrett Camp (56); Ryan Kelly (18, 90). Under-18 Girls Challenge 81/82 (Houston) 4, Weston (Conn.) Wild Thing 2 Scorers: Kristen Lindsay (21), Jessica Hamilton (25, 36, 79); Erin Sheehan (28), Naima Montacer (70). Colorado Rush Nike (Lakewood) 3, Michigan Hawks (Livonia) 1 Scorers: Heidi Drummond (13), Tiffany Krainik (75), Sarah-Gayle Swanson (84); Robynn Morrell (48) Under-17 Girls Sting '83 (Dallas) 3, Chantilly (Va.) Hotspurs 1 Scorers: Marilyn Marin (10, 43), Amy Van Zandt (72); Megan Burke (83). San Diego Surf 2, Carmel (Ind.) Cosmos 0 Scorers: Kim Castellanos (78, 90). Under-17 Boys San Juan Lightning (Sacramento, Calif.) 3, Chicago Magic Sockers 0 Scorers: Kevin Goldthwaite (41), Carl Acosta (48, 69). West Babylon (N.Y.) Panthers 1, Team Boca Gunners (Boca Raton, Fla.) 1 Scorers: Michael Ruiz (80); Simba Harris (72).


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