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U.S. YOUTH SOCCER: Dallas Texans Red win big in U-18 group
July 28th, 2006 10:41AM



The powerhouse Dallas Texans Red recovered from their opening game loss to beat the Classic FC Bandolero, 5-2, in the Under-18 boys group at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. The Texans, who are playing without star Jonathan Villanueva, who joined the U.S. U-18s in Northern Ireland after a two-week tryout at Dutch club Ajax, got a hat trick from North Carolina-bound Billy Dworsky. The Chicago Magic lead the U-18 boys group with a pair of wins.

Under-19 Boys

Arsenal FC (CA-S) 3 Javanon (KY) 2. Goals: Agwu 19, Konoske 43, Guerrero 86; Walcott 75, Yeagle 81.

Weston FC (FL) 2 FC Delco Black IV (E. PA) 2. Goal: Chacon 11, Mattson 65; McKee 78, Taylor 90.

Under-18 Boys

Dallas Texans Red (N. TX) 5 Classic FC Bandoleros (NM) 2.?Goals: Dworsky 19, 38, 47, Calandro 51, Akpan 70; Danzeiser 68, Cobb 89.

FC Delco Crunch (E. PA) 0 Chicago Magic (IL) 2. Goals: Kotzow 22, Sloan 82.

Under-17 Boys

Arsenal FC (CA-S) 4 Bethesda United (MD) 1. Goals: Garcia 11 90, Paul 76, Jimenez 79.

Scott Gallagher (MO) 2 Solar (N. TX) 3. Goals: Roach 7, Clendenny 81; Smith 26, Duckworth 45, Bone 83.

Under-16 Boys

Rampage FC (CA-S) 3 Concorde Fire Elite (GA) 3. Goal: Wilson 13, Mandel 44, 68; Evert 49, Burton 55, Peacos 69.

Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (MD) 2 FC Milwaukee (WI) 2. Goals: Agorsor 3, 14; Carr 68, Orin 75.

Under-15 Boys

So Cal United (CA-S) 2 FC Delco Hammerheads (E. PA) 0. Goals: Roman 26, Raynr 80.

Chicago Magic (IL) 1 Tulsa SC (OK) 3. Goals: Zingerman 62, 76, Wright 82; Stokes 62.

Under-14 Boys

Dallas Texans (N. TX) , Bethesda Road Runners (MD) 1. Goal: Barnes 36, Wise 54; Ragland 42.

Michigan Wolves (MI) 0 Valley United Blast (CA-S) 0.

Under-19 Girls

Colorado Rush Nike (CO) 1 Sting Dallas Royal 87 (N. TX) 0. Goal: Thieman 44.

Eclipse Select (IL) 2 Chantilly Inter Milan (VA) 1. Goal: Howser 38, own goal 84; Zimmeck 39.

Under-18 Girls

PDA Wildcats (NJ) 1 Dallas Texans 88 Red North (N. TX) 0. Goal: Blank 79.

Eclipse Select (IL) 2 San Diego Surf (CA-S) 0. Goal: Weissenhofer 47, Gummersal 67.

Under-17 Girls

Mustang Blast (CA-N) 2 Spirit United Gaels (E. PA) 3. Goals: Kershaw 50, Nicole King 60, 70; Vandevanter 30, Lacy 80.

Eclipse Select (IL) 2 Dallas Texans 89 Red (N. TX) 1. Goals: Iantorno 4, Burzynski 74; Gowda 55.

Under-16 Girls

Edmond SC Black (OK) 2 FC Greater Boston Bolts (MA) 0. Goals: Calhoun 11, 72.

Real Colorado National (CO) 4 Internationals (OH) 1. Goals: Kmezich 12, Deas 20, Findorff 34, West 79; Brooke Taylor 44.

Under-15 Girls

Dallas Texans (N. TX) 1 PDA Pride (NJ) 1. Goal: Garciamendez 66; Albanese 30.

Eclipse Select (IL) 2 Crossfire Premier (WA) 1. Goals: Krentz 15 75; Lee 74.

Under-14 Girls

Irvine SC Strikers (CA-S) 1 Hershey Attack (E. PA) 0. Goal: Nanez 37.

Michigan Hawks (MI) 1 Dallas Texans (N. TX) 0. Goal: Bailey 13.

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