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Top U-15 talent on display at National Championships
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2007 7AM

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PDA Larsson (named after Swedish great Henrik Larsson) is loaded. It features five U-15 national team pool players, including Robert Barrera and Alex Bramall, who attended last year's Nike Friendlies with the U-15s.

Lars Richter will be pulling double duty, coaching the Wolves' U-16s and U-15s in Frisco. The U-15s are led by Soony Saad, who scored four goals in the Wolves' 7-0 win over archrival Vardarstars in the Region II final.

Defender Joe Garcia, a member of the U-15 national team, leads the Lonestars defense that didn't allow a goal in six Region III tournament games

Gibran Silva, Quincy Wento and Tommy Ramos give Sereno White one of the best offenses in the age group.

ROSTERS:

MICHIGAN WOLVES BLACK
1 Adam Grinwis
2 Joshua Gait
3 Kevin Cope
4 Jordan Tyler
5 Joseph Dagostino
6 Cody Henderson
7 Joshua Barens
8 Ryan Keener
9 Etienne Lussiez
10 Hassan Saad
11 Vinh Nguyen
12 Jad Alzein
14 Nicholas Tacconelli
16 Ricky McCarthy
17 Sasa Miskovic
18 Douglas Beason
19 Nicholas Sclabassi
23 Ryan Barrett
Head Coach Lars Richters

PDA LARSSON
1 Rafael Diaz
2 Vincent McEnroe
3 Samuel Redmond
5 Sean Gardner
6 Derek Pupo
7 Michael Encarnacion
9 Jeffrey Eisenbud
10 Matt Pesci
12 Robert Barrera
14 Chris Medina
15 Joseph Mineo
16 Alex Bramall
17 Johnathan Aquirre
18 Richard Hernandez
19 Johan Hernandez
20 Dyland Renna
23 Jordan Beckett
25 Scott Keogh
Head Coach John Murphy

LONESTARS RED
1 Sergio Ramirez
2 Troy Rapps
4 Blaike Woodruff
5 Miguel Lopez
9 Miguel Lopez
7 Martin Ontiveros
8 Brandon Maldonado
10 Conor Wells
11 Edgar Palacios
14 Omar Vallejo
15 Jose Padilla
16 Eric Robertson
17 Rafael Garcia
19 Alex Perez
23 Jesus Mireles
28 Victor Garza
Head Coach Sean Budd

SERENO WHITE
0 Patrick Bonitatibus
1 Justin Taillole
3 Carter Owen
4 Christopher Jackson
5 Roberto Renteria
6 Timothy Taitano
7 Maclain Caldwell
9 Daniel Hayman
10 Anibal Albarran
11 William Smoley
12 Gibran Silva
13 Jared Hanze
14 Quincy Wento
15 Connor Birkhold
16 Thomas Ramos
17 Michael Buric
18 Charles Andrews
20 Patrick Wall
Head Coach Sead Karaselimovic



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