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U.S. U-17s dominate at Development Academy's Fall Showcase
October 9th, 2007 7AM
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[VIDEO] The U.S. Soccer Development Academy's Fall Showcase Weekend wrapped up on Monday at The Home Depot Center, where the U.S. U-17s '90/91 team defeated the U-18 Richmond Kickers, 1-0, and the U.S. U-17 '92 team beat the Kickers' U-16s, 7-0.

Jack McInerney led the '92 team with a hat trick, and Stefan Jerome added two goals.

The U.S. U-17 teams both swept both games at the Fall Showcase. The De Anza Force of Northern California was the only club to sweep all four games.

Other teams to sweep both games were the La Jolla Nomads, Schulz Academy, Kendall Soccer Alliance and Crossfire Premier (U-16s) and San Diego Surf (U-18s). No club left Carson without at least a point for one of its two teams.

Oct. 8
U.S. U-17 '92 National Team 7 Richmond Kickers 0
Goals:
USA - Jack McInerney, 12
USA - Stefan Jerome, 28
USA - Edson Lemus, 50
USA - Jack McInerney, 58
USA - Jack McInerney, 62
USA - Andrew Craven, 63
USA - Stefan Jerome, 74
Lineups:
USA: 6-Zachary Herold, 8-Edson Lemus, 9-Carlos Martinez, 10-Marlon Duran, 11-Jared Watts, 12-Andrew Craven, 15-Stefan Jerome, 16-Jack McInerney, 19-Chase Miller, 20-Aaron Horton, 24-Brian Sylvestre
Substitutes: 5-Emilio Orozco, 7-Perry Kitchen
RK: 1-Michael McCabe, 3-Ellis Moore, 5-Benjamin Messer, 6-Russell Bootwright, 9-Antonio deOliveira, 10-Tristan Luxner, 16-Ian Major, 17-Nathan Foglesong, 22-Caleb Lewis, 23-Nelson Page, 33-Geoffrey Smith
Substitutes: 7-Britton Cocke, 11-Vittorio Lauretano, 12-Jordan Boothe, 25-Alexander Bolton
Referees: Israel Fernandez, Miguel Reyes, Jesse Benavidez, Guillermo Diaz

Oct. 8
U.S. U-17 '91 National Team 1 Richmond Kickers 0
Goal:
USA - Scott Caldwell, 32
USA: 1-Samir Badr, 3-Mykell Bates, 9-Amobi Okugo, 13-Eder Arreola, 17-Gale Agbossoumonde, 19-Nick Millington, 20-Scott Caldwell, 21-Ryan Finley, 22-Ben Speas, 23-Korey Veeder, 25-Chad Barson
Substitutes: 5-Aubrey Perry, 7-Kofi Sarkodie, 11-Gregory Garza, 15-Pablito Cruz
RK: 3-Nicolas DeProspero, 4-Kristopher Cheatham, 5-NicolasFoglesong, 8-Jordan Clark, 9-Andrew Mahan, 10-Patrick Innes, 11-Jonathan Moseley, 13-Jonathan Kourlesis, 16-Andrew Clarke, 19-Justin Burnett, 24-Jack Baxter
Substitutes: 2-Cyriac Joseph, 12-Patrick O'Connor, 20-Nathan Roberts, 23-J. Colton Waters
Referees: Daniel Radford, Shea McNair, Armando Quiroz, Juan M. Guzman

 



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