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Tough U-16 opposition awaits two-time defending champion Real So Cal
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2007 7AM

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Real So Cal (the former So Cal United) looks to become only the second boys club to win three straight national titles in its age group.

Real So Cal returns 2005 and 2006 adidas Golden Glove winner Elmer Avelar, 2006 Golden Boot winner Evan Raynr, 2005 Golden Boot winner Jacob Bernstein.

Real So Cal's three opponents in the Niotis Cup all have the talent to win a national championship.

FC Delco's Hammerheads have won four Region I finals in the last five years.

The Michigan Wolves knocked off three-time Region II champion Chicago Magic, 2-0, in the regional final on goals by Tom Catalano and Corey Majkowski.

The Houstonians outscored their opponents by a combined score of 35-1 in state and regional play.

ROSTERS:
MICHIGAN WOLVES
1 Rick Pflasterer
3 Joshua Gonyea
6 David Yang
7 Hamoody Saad
8 Moses Suleiman
9 Tommy Catalano
10 Mark Djokaj
12 Matthew Garza
13 Eric Parks
16 Kyle Huber
17 James Leutzinger
18 Adrian Fylonenko
19 Shane Lyons
20 Garrett Gauruder
21 Brian Klemczak
22 Sean Hastings
25 Corey Majkowski
26 Scott Zech
Head Coach Lars Richters

FC DELCO HAMMERHEADS
1 Micah Collins
2 Travis Cantrell
3 Jordan LeBlanc
4 Christopher Hammond
5 Alexander Ockford
6 Kyle Soroka
7 Wayne Maminski
9 Gregory Cochrane
10 Alec Weiss
11 Thomas Kalpokas
12 David Dubow
13 George McFarland
14 Jordan Obrant
16 Brian Forgue
18 Daniel DiLullo
22 Gregory Robbins
23 Christopher Harmon
28 Alexander Wimmer
Head Coach Adrian Cox

HOUSTONIANS
4 Jose Ruiz
5 Jose Paiz
7 Christian Cruz
8 Antonio Munoz
9 David Martinez
10 David Perez
11 Miguel Duran
13 Nicholas Gonzalez
14 Orlando Saldana
15 Blake Milton
16 Zachary Gonzalez
17 Sergio Martinez
18 Rommel Morales
19 Grant Marcantel
21 Leonel Munoz
23 Dustin Hopkins
25 Alan Cuevas
Head Coach Josue Rivas

SO CAL UNITED
0 Elmer Avelar
1 Evan Raynr
3 Jeremy Castro
4 Michael Uyehara
7 Russell Jackson
8 Juan Valladoild
9 Michael Roman
10 Norberto Rodriguez
11 Jacob Berstein
13 Zachary Zerrenner
14 Christopher Cummings
15 Ernest Balba
16 Luis Gil
17 Alexander Racca
18 Christian Vasquez
19 Nicholas Rihn
22 Tyler Lunde
23 George Pantelic
Head Coach Alberto R Bru



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