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Real Colorado faces U-17 powerhouses at nationals
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2007 7AM
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A month after winning their first state title, Real Colorado's U-17s won the Region IV crown, coming back in the final against the San Diego Surf to win on a pair of overtime goals -- both from the penalty spot -- by Taylor Kemp.

Real Colorado, coached by former A-League coach Lorne Donaldson, joins three other Don Greer Cup finalists who have dominated their state competition in recent years.

FC Delco, Region I runner-up in 2003 and 2004, had one of the toughest paths to the National Championships. The Pennsylvania club knocked off the defending national champion Casa Mia Bays in the quarterfinals and Coastal SC, which had the support 1,500 Maine supporters in the Region I final.

FC Milwaukee, which repeated as regional champion, has won every Wisconsin State Premier League championship since 2003.

Andromeda won the Dallas area's Classic League grand championship and North Texas State Cup title each of the last two years.

ROSTERS:
FC MILWAUKEE
0 Eric Geniesse
1 Patrick Hardt
2 Jimmy Banks
3 Spencer Orin
4 Nicholas Unger
6 Matthew Wakefield
8 Anthony Patterson
9 Brice Carr
10 Joseph Marasco
12 Alexander Frenz
14 Amilcar Herrera
16 Ethan Finlay
17 Thomas Duffy
18 Trevor Swentik
19 Stuart Grable
20 Andre Tony Walls
21 Stewart Brown
31 Mario Falsetti
Head Coach Tony Wright

FC DELCO DYNAMO III
1 Kevin McMullen
2 Jordan Cluffetelli
4 Vincent Scalici
5 David Cassanelli
6 Chris Cline
7 Derek Patrizio
8 Dwayne Dove
9 Joseph Crowley
10 Steven Miller
13 Peter Steve
14 Matthew Heffernan
17 Nicholas Dundon
18 Mark Fetrow
19 Nikhil Gregg
20 John Procope
21 Jeffrey Bowen
22 Rodrigo Nogales
Head Coach William Nord

ANDROMEDA
Anthony Gerhart
2 Michael Roberts
3 Taylor Cluff
5 Luke Joyner
6 Jason Guehler
7 Erik Garciamendez
8 Jochen Graf
9 Reece Markman
10 Felipe Terceros
11 Ben Grafentin
13 Nicholas Tausch
14 Eric Frazier
15 Wayne Campos
17 Mark Essary
19 Nima Naderi
20 Zach Funk
21 David Alexander
26 Juan Bonigno
Head Coach Oscar Borgarello

REAL COLORADO NATIONALS
0 Jonathan Foley
1 Alexander Engeman
2 Jens Jorgenson
3 Isaac Cowles
4 David Key
5 John Reinsma
6 Alexander Greenman
7 Jabari Velinor
8 Daniel Starr
9 Tarik Kramcha
10 Taylor Kemp
11 Ryan Newlin
12 Aaron Woodruff
14 Devon Bell
16 Joey Madigan
17 Antonio Rosales
18 Charlie Goldman
19 Jacob Fronapfel
20 Brian McQuinn
Head Coach Lorne Donaldson



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