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Arsenal FC goes for four in a row at U-18 nationals
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2007 7AM

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Arsenal FC remains on course for its fourth straight national title its age group. No team had ever won three in a row until the Alta Loma, Calif., club won the 2006 U-17 title.

The Atlanta Fire includes the 2006 Conference USA Freshman of the Year Jeff Scannella at the University of South Carolina.

The NFC Bluejays are only the second Nebraska to make it to the National Championships. They did not allow a goal at the Nebraska State Cup and only allowed one goal in five games at the Region II Championships.

The Terryville Fire, the fourth Andy Stone Cup finalist, emerged as the Region I champion after two strong seasons in Region I's Premier League.

ROSTERS:
ARSENAL FC
0 Joseph McCormack
1 Luis Ocampo
2 Ryan Peterman
3 Cesar Macias
4 Nathan Braunwalder
5 Daniel Rodriguez
6 Jonathan Kluz
7 Rafael Garcia
8 Dominique Yahyavi
9 Garrett Gunther
10 Gerson Mayen
11 Brandon Busch
12 Stephen Marshall
13 Davis Paul
14 Cameron Lamming
16 Hector Jimenez
17 Hakop Avesyan
18 Evan McNiel
19 Erik Moran
20 Cito Soriano
21 Erik Rivas
99 Ryan Thomas
Head Coach Steve Lucey

ATLANTA FIRE UNITED
1 James Maurer
2 Caleb Suri
3 Stephen George
4 Evan O'Dell
5 Sam Arthur
6 Nasarachi Onyeuku
7 Will Nixon
8 Joseph Castaldo
9 Bobby Zimmerman
10 Jeff Scannella
11 Blake Brettschneider
13 Jonathan Hull
14 Romy Lakip
15 Juan Carlos Nandi
16 Jonathan Collier
23 Kevin Sawchak
Head Coach Massoud Roushandel

NFC BLUEJAYS
1 Brian Holt
2 Kyle Deremer
3 James Shehan
4 Derek Prinz
5 Robin FifeGriffith
6 Christopher Marquiss
7 Justin Lengemann
8 Gregory Dodds
9 Jeff Thayer
10 Cory Rohlfsen
11 Logan Stichler
12 Tim Krueger
14 Matt Wadleigh
15 Theo Livingston
22 JC Reid
23 Joshua Moran
Head Coach Mike Moran

TERRYVILLE FIRE
2 Stephan Zaech
5 Andres Capelan
6 Thomas Federico
7 Michael Burke
8 James Timmons
10 Conor O'Brien
11 Steven Martocello
12 James Fuller
13 James Pymm
16 Matthew Piccoli
17 Joseph Tavernese
18 Tom Booth
19 Michael Daly
23 Alex George
27 Menoscar Fernandez
34 Mark Secko
99 Greg Genco
Head Coach Rich Flaim



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