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Slammers and Texans take pair of girls games at National Championships
by Paul Kennedy, July 26th, 2007 7AM
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Slammers FC and the Dallas Texans Red both won two games on the opening day of play in the girls divisions at the US Youth Soccer National Championship.

The Slammers won a pair of shutouts in the U-18 and U-14 divisions.

Buoyed by the support of well over 1,000 local fans along the sidelines, the Dallas Texans Red beat the Richmond Strikers, 3-2, in U-17 girls play.
 
Taking center stage was Melissa Henderson, the 2007 Gatorade Player of the Year, led the charge for the Texans with a goal and an assist.

The U-16 Texans beat the Pleasanton Rage, 2-0, while the U-15 Texans lost to the PDA Fire, 2-0.

Carmel United split a pair of girls games, winnng 1-0 in U-19 play and dropping a 3-1 decision in U-14 action.

GAME RESULTS:
Under-19 Girls
PWSI Cardinals (VA) 3 Sereno White (AZ) 0
Goal Scorers: Johnson 6, Wong 21, Jukich (40
Carmel United Cyclones (IN) 1 CASL Spartan Elite (NC) 0
Goal Scorer: Yi 5

Under-18 Girls
Bloomfield Force (MI) 2, Solar (TX-N) 1
Goal Scorers: Heyboer 75, Bowery 90; McDowell 23.
Slammers FC (CA-S) 1 Arsenal World Class (NJ) 0
Goal Scorer: Press 28.

Under-17 Girls
Eagles (CA-S) 2, Michigan Hawks (MI) 0
Goal Scorer: Cressy 31, 76.
Dallas Texans Red (TX-N) 3, Richmond Strikers Elite (VA) 2
Goal Scorer: Henderson 9, Crocco 36, Schuveiller 66; Price 15, Wright 48

Under-16 Girls
Dallas Texans Red (TX-N) 2, Pleasanton Rage (CA-N) 0
Goal Scorers: Cummins 36, Geller 60
McLean Freedom (VA) 3 Michigan Hawks (MI) 0
Goal Scorers: 17, Hollenberg 43, Miller 66

Under-15 Girls
PDA Fire (NJ) 2 Dallas Texans Red (TX-N) 0
Goal Scorers: Mary Gibson Wagner (9 (39
So Cal Blues (CA-S) 3 ELA Elite (IL) 0
Goal Scorers: Zarnegar 3, Eddy 27, Hogan 63
 
Under-14 Girls
Slammers FC (CA-S) 3 Sting Dallas Royal (TX-N) 0
Goal Scorers: Dillion 16, 66, Coxe 45
FC Stars of Massachusetts (MA) 3, Carmel United SC Academy (IN) 1
Goal Scorers: Brock 3, McCaffrey 45, Tateonis 54; Keller 15



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