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Texans and Hawks meet in both U-16 and U-17 girls finals
by Paul Kennedy, July 25th, 2007 7AM



[UNDER-16 GIRLS PREVIEW] The Dallas Texans and Michigan Hawks meet in both the U-16 and U-17 girls divisions at the US Youth Soccer National Championships.

State Association: Virginia
Notable: Molly Menchel is one of the top midfielders on the U-16 national team.

0 Alexandra Brennan
1 Melissa Mailley
2 Cassidy Banks
3 Danielle Corey
6 Remi Gibba
10 Caroline Miller
13 Diane Leggette
14 LeAnne Edgar
16 Alyssa Gazarek
17 Alison Nabatoff
18 Molly Menchel
19 Erica Hollenberg
20 Casey Philbin
22 Jenna Richmond
29 Julia Roberts
30 Laura Yu
33 Jordan Johnson
Head Coach Clyde Watson

State Association: Michigan
Notable: Eight Hawks have made verbal commitments to colleges for 2008 or 2009.

1 Julie Blaszczak
2 Mikalia Dennis
3 Sarah Banks
4 Victoria Slavin
5 Shannon Cody
6 Kristen Goncalves
8 Taleen Mergian
9 Jordan Mueller
10 Chelsea Hunter
13 Kate Howarth
14 Ashley Racette
15 Emily Jaffe
18 Samantha Echols
21 Karen Piasecki
24 Megan Swiderski
25 Stephanie Honeycutt
26 Caitlin Henderson
Head Coach Doug Landefeld

State Association: North Texas
Notable: Kim Castleberry, Alina Garciamendez and Kristin Cummins are in the U-16 girls national team player pool.

0 Brittany Jagger
0 Margaret Stewart
2 Marissa Holden
3 Lauren LaGro
5 Lisa Sliwinski
6 Kim Castleberry
7 Alina Garciamendez
8 Jordan Ramsier
9 Rebecca Rivera
10 Marissa Allen
11 Alexandria Chandler
12 Brittany Slyman
14 Carson Michalowski
15 Kristin Cummins
16 Jazmin Hall
17 Mallory Baum
18 Chelsea Geller
19 Ellen Scarfone
Head Coach Kenny Medina

State Association:
Cal North
Notable: Previous Rage teams have won titles in 2002 and 2004.

1 Olivia Klei
2 Ahsha Smith
3 Madeline Fox
4 Rachael McGlinchy
5 Carlee Payne
6 Sophie Metz
7 Marisa Fraticelli
8 Amanda Luxford
9 Ashlyn Mazur
10 Ashley Loughmiller
11 Sarah Steele
12 Samantha Cloutier
13 Chloe Langon
15 Raylene Larot
16 Esther Leon
17 Jessica Clark
19 Megan Jurado
21 Alexa Douglas
Head Coach John Fischer

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