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Sting looks to add to trophy collection at U-14 finals
by Paul Kennedy, July 25th, 2007 7AM



State Association: Massachusetts
Notable: Haley Brock and Emily Manoogian are members of regional pool.

1 Danielle Scheuer
2 Victoria Sousa
3 Morgan Andrews
5 Kristen Gargiulo
6 Courtney MacDonald
7 Jessica Kloppenburg
8 Amanda Gerlitz
9 Stephanie McCaffrey
11 Marie Margolius
12 Rebekah Landers
14 Jessica Wiggins
15 Emily Mangoogian
16 Anika Farina
17 Alexandra Doody
18 Chelsea Roche
20 Phoebe Tateonis
21 Jenna DiCicco
81 Hayley Brock
Head Coach Jason Dewhurst

State Association: Indiana
Notable: The U-14s were part of an unprecedented sweep of CUSC teams that won girls state championships in every age group from U-11 to U-19.

0 Mickinzie Roberts-Lahti
1 Kaitlan Wiles
2 Haley Keller
3 Elise Detrude
5 Kathryn Voelker
8 Samantha Muschi
9 Vanetta Poppas
10 Sophie Spenia
13 Kelsie Strout
18 Taylor Heidorn
22 Allison Hicks
24 Alexandria Auscherman
27 Erin Sullivan
28 Macy Kootz
34 Kelli Foster
44 Lindsey Hansen
Head Coach Frank Dixon

State Association: North Texas
Notable: The Sting won the first girls national title (U-19) in 1980.

1 Nicole Cipriano
3 Brittney Nash
4 Josie Quinn Tookey
5 Allison Tyler Allen
6 Gabrielle Thompson
8 Myka deMarco
9 Ashton Geisendorff
10 Jessica Howard
11 Katie Donahue
12 Brooke Johnston
13 Kathryn Napier
14 Vanessa Randall
15 Hayley Williams
16 Marissa Mosakowski
17 Shannon Byrd
18 Emily Bowman
Head Coach Mary Howard

State Association: Cal South
Notable: The Slammers have won three straight Cal South titles.

1 Jazmine Rhodes
2 Francesca Coxe
3 Mary Green
4 Scarlett Fallon
5 Paige Larkin
6 Samantha Shaw
7 Jordan Dillion
8 Genessee Daughetee
9 Kaitlin Hellmann
10 Taylor Broderick
11 Lindsey Luke
12 Alexandrea Elliott
13 Rachael Larson
14 Kassidy Hause
15 Renee Mendiola
16 Tessa Andujar
17 Jordan O'Brien
18 Emily Dillon
Head Coach
George Larson

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