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6. US YOUTH SOCCER: Boys Interregional All-Star Teams
November 30th, 2006 12:09AM

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The following are the US Youth Soccer boys all-star teams, as selected after the ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional at the Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex:

1990 US Youth Soccer Boys All Star Team
Christian Barreiro (Baltimore Casa Mia Bays), Shawn Barry (Boca Juniors, Fla.), Phillip Boerger (Wings SC, Minn.), Nathan Bourdeau (Rochester Rhinos, N.Y.)
Brice Carr (FC Milwaukee), Daniel Cruz (Alliance, Ariz.), Michael Denny (Nomads, Calif.), Raymon Gaddis (Indy Burn, Ind.), Maximillian Hamilton (Match Fit Acad., N.J.), Brooks Hopp (Crossfire Premier, Wash.), Jared Jeffrey (Dallas Texans), Brendan King (Chicago Magic), Tyler Klein (Crossfire Premier, Wash.), Christopher Klute (Dallas Texans), David Meves (Sockers FC, Ill.), Tommy Meyer (Scott Gallagher, Mo.), Christopher Miller (Dallas Texans), William Schuler (Match Fit Acad., N.J.), Dane Shea (TSC Texans), Abraham Villon (Rampage FC, Calif.).

1992 US Youth Soccer Boys All Star Team
Alex Bramall (PDA Larson, N.J.), Manuel Cazares (VUSC, Calif.), Jacob Bushue (Chicago Magic), Felipe Cortez (FC United, Ill.), Andrew Craven (First Coast KYX, Fla.), Marlon Duran (Latino Americano, Texas), Earl Edwards (Nomads, Calif.), Zack Foxhoven (Colorado Rush), Joseph-Claude Gyau (Potomac Fusion, Md.), Bryan Leyva (Andromeda Spartans, Texas), Charlie Lyon (Crampton United, Ill.), Carlos Martinez (Downtown LV, Nev.), George Miller (Super Nova FC, Pa.), Shaquille Phillips (Bethesda Roadrunners, Md.), Tyler Polak (CSA Gold Sole, Neb.), Ataklia Tadese (Blackhawk, Minn.), Ross Tomaselli (North Meck Soccer, N.C.), Adam Tormoehlen (Littleton United, Colo.).

1993 US Youth Soccer Boys All Star Team
Robbie Ahn (Nomato, Calif.), Eduardo Alvarez (Greensboro, N.C.), Michael Ambrose (Premier Panthers, Texas), Federico Bertele (Apollo, Fla.), Sean Cunningham (Vardarstars, Mich.), Felix DeBona (Boston Blast FC), Zachary Deville (Notts Forest FC, Calif.), Amadou Dia (Real Colorado), Darvin Ebanks (Cobb Chiefs, Ga.), Isaac Kannah (Wings SC, Minn.), Albert Keaton (Sockers FC, Ill.), Jordan Manley (Bethesda Arsenal, Md.), James Petrucelli (Seacoast United, N.H.), Nicholas Rittmeyer (Bridge FA, Ga.), Kevin Schafer (Albuquerque Untied, N.M.), Alex Wettermann (Sockers FC, Ill.), William Whiddon (Nomads, Calif.), Lucas Winters (Baltimore Bays).



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