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Coaches to match wits at U-14 boys nationals
by Paul Kennedy, July 24th, 2007 7AM

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West Coast FC, coached by former MLS player Braeden Cloutier, is making its first appearance in the National Championships. The Southern California club is joined by three traditional powers in the U-14 boys finals.

The Casa Mia Bays are led by Jonathan Guzman, who goes by the nickname of "Goose." He was outstanding in the Region I finals.

The Sockers are coached by former Brazilian pro Nilton Batata.

Veteran CASL coach Bruce Talbot will lead the North Carolina club, winner of four straight state titles.

ROSTERS:
SOCKERS FC
1 Keaton Albert
3 Khaliq McKenzie
4 Eoin Moore
5 Nicky Rekenthaler
7 David Selvaggi
8 Sylvester Grimaldo
9 Kevin Schaefer
13 Alex Wettermann
14 Tom O'Brien
17 David Abidor
18 Taylor Cole
19 Mason Gott
21 Zach Dobey
22 Hugo Gonzalez
25 Johnny Watrach
31 Johnny Contreras
35 Ryan Dodson
99 Jeffrey Gal
Head Coach Nilton Batata

BALTIMORE CASA MIA BAYS
1 Joseph Meyer
3 Logan McHugh
4 Carmine Hess
5 Jonathan Guzman
6 Glenn Caltabiano
7 Daniel Shaffer
8 Julian Griggs
9 Moses Makinde
10 Laonnis Sariogiou
11 Daniel Gaj
12 Joseph Cahalan
13 Trevor Kiddy
14 Timothy Peitsch
16 Aaron Russell
17 Marquez Fernandez
18 Mamadou Kansaye
19 Elliott Andelman
25 Henry Bain
Head Coach Steve Nichols

CASL ELITE
1 Michael Forsyth
2 Alexander McCauley
3 Kenneth Meyer
4 John Pace
5 Jacob Sebold
6 Robert Liberatore
7 Austin Dietz
8 Spencer LaCivita
11 Moseph Jackson-Atogi
12 Ryan Metts
13 Forrest Lasso
14 Matthew Boyd
15 Eric West
20 Zachary Diamond
21 Alexander Olofson
22 Andrew Joyce
23 James Williams
Head Coach Bruce Talbot

WEST COAST FC
1 Daniel Dorantes
3 Jonathan Figueroa
5 Jorge Cortes
7 Dylan Seedman
8 Kenneth Hendren
10 Lucas Dallorso
11 Guillermo Licona
12 Arthur Aguilera
13 Connor Wilkinson
14 Alfredo Ramirez
15 Juan Osegueda de Alba
18 Mario Soto
21 Earvin Bahena Morales
23 Juan Gutierrez
Reed Boulter
Head Coach Braeden Cloutier



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