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Development Academy U-18 Results
October 17th, 2007 7AM

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Chivas USA got a goal from U.S. U-18 callup Mario Ledezma in its 4-0 win over the San Diego Surf in their Development Academy U-18 match on Saturday. Riley Sumpter scored a hat trick in the Concorde Fire's 8-0 win at Birmingham United. For all the weekend U-18 results, goal scorers and lineups ...

Oct. 13
Chivas USA 4 San Diego Surf 0
Goalscorers:
CHV - Mario Ledezma  37th minute
CHV - Adrian Ruelas  49th minute
CHV - Cesar Zamora 57th minute
CHV - Leopoldo Morales 78th minute
Lineups:
CHV: 2-Juan Quiroz, 2-Omar Elmasri, 3-Nikolas Acosta, 4-Gerson Mayen, 5-Jose Diaz, 6-Cesar Zamora, 8-Hector Molina, 9-Amaldo Salazar, 10-Armando Rocha, 11-Mario Ledezma, 19-Adrian Ruelas
Substitutes: 7-Leopoldo Morales, 13-Hugo Sanchez, 14-Omar Becera, 15-Sergio Molina, 18-Erick Escobedo
SRF: 4-Jake Schurmeier, 7-Joseph O'Connor, 9-Mike Denny, 10-Wes Culver, 11-Roger Downes, 13-Ian Macauley, 14-Manny Sardinha, 16-John Fitzpatrick, 17-Nick Lollo, 21-Gustavo Alvarez, 24 Trevor Whiddon
Substitutes: 6-Daniel Barajas
Referees: Israel Fernandez, Jesse Benavidez, Lucas Carreras

Bridge FA 3 Richmond Kickers 3
Goalscorers:
BRI - Rudiger Hellberger 39th minute
BRI - Daniel Bowers  57th minute
BRI - Rudiger Hellberger 63rd minute
RK - Patrick Innes 66th minute
RK - Nathan Roberts  81st minute
RK - Matthew Rocawich 94th minute
Lineups:
BRI: 0-James Flato, 1-Christian Acevado, 3-Matthew Kennedy, 5-Daniel Bowers, 6-Alex Filo, 8-Justin Keys, 10-Rudiger Hellberger, 13-Paul O'Dea, 14-Luke Hogan, 19-Charles Cooper, 21-Ricardo Hurtado
Substitutes: 4-Hunter Wilson, 7-Raymond Ferro, 10-Christoper Dixon, 11-William Dilday, 15-William Bouch, 17-Austin Hubbard
RK: 2-Cyriav Joseph, 5-Nicholas Foglesong, 8-Jordan Clark, 10-Patrick Innes, 11-Jonathan Moseley, 12-Patrick O'Connor, 13-Jonathan Kourlesis, 15-Matthew Rocawich, 20-Nathan Roberts, 24-Jack Baxter, Vittorio Lauretano
Substitutes: 19-Justin Burnett, 23-J. Colton Waters
Referees: Bob Wern, Dave Gilliam, Howard Ash III

Oct. 13
Richmond Strikers 4 Virginia Rush 2
Goalscorers:
RS - Brian Ownby
RS - Brian Ownby
RS - Will Bates
RS - Will Bates
VAR - Early Floyd Jr.  
*Virginia Rush benefited from an unassigned own goal in this match
Lineups:
RS: 5-Brandon Gary, 6-Hunter Curle, 8-Sean Healy, 9-Brian Ownby, 10-Joseph Haboush, 11-Will Bates, 13-Zach Summers, 17- Ben Anderson, 18-Neal Anglin, 20-Jake Harmatz, 21-Robert Medairos
Substitutes: 3-David Knause, 12-Sam Schaffer, 15-Bryan Wharton, 19-Bob Goldnetz, 30-Ryan Tatum, 34-Carlos Velazquez, 00-Hanna Daniel
VAR: 1-Glenn Sullivan, 2-Michael Stolz, 3-Early Floyd Jr., 4-Joshua Kelly, 6-Zaher Shihata, 7-Alexander Gylfason, 8-Patrick Thompson, 14-Jordan Cyrus, 16-Taylor Brittan, 19-Joshua Wagner, 61-Hector Arellano
Substitutes: 10-Christopher Whiteside, 11-Jordan Grumney, 12-Kyle Anderson, 13-Bryan Delgado, 24-Wilhelm Klinger, 25-Nathan Ott, 26-Aris Dimas

Oct. 13
Schulz Academy 2 Kendall Soccer Coalition 2
Goalscorers:
KEN - Christian Gonzalez 32nd minute
SCH - Gregory Edma  38th minute
SCH - Jamel Johnson  86th minute
KEN - Pablo Punyed   90th minute
Lineups:
SCH: 0- Ciro Martinez, 3-Vincent DiBullo, 11-Julian Serrato, 12-Spencer Scott, 15-Jamel Johnson, 18-Sean Wotring, 19-Shawn Barry, 21-Paul Berg, 24-Karol Chorak, 28-Wendall James, 38-Jesse Chang
Substitutes: 7-Gregory Edma, 5-Timothy Merrigan
KEN: 1-Alexis Mina, 4-Gustavo Zamora, 5-Kevin Ante, 6-Franklin Blaise, 7-Luiz Yamashita, 8-Brian Carvajal, 9-Hosman Ramos, 10-Eduardo Jimenez, 11-Christian Gonzalez, 15-Eder Molina, 17-Victor Angulo
Substitutes: 12-Pablo Punyed, 13-Yeong Choi, 19-Adam Kraemer, 23-Christian Ospina
Referees: Carlos Sandoval, Carlos Morel, Andrew Jones

Oct. 14
AFC Lightning 3 Atlanta Fire 1
Goalscorers:
AFC - Christopher Feigenbaum 32nd minute
AFC - Robbie Zeider   66th minute
AFC - Sean Grisham   71st minute
ATL - Tanner Chamblin   90th minute
Lineups:
AFC: 5-Julian Eberhardt, 8-Brad Boone, 9-Michael Knight, 14-Sean Grisham, 15-Christopher Feigenbaum, 17-Zach Taylor, 18-Kyle Adams, 22-Ryan Pugh, 74-Cameron Black, GK-Cade Jones
Substitutes: 2-John Yang, 7-Michael Maleos, 16-Nathan Pulliam, 19-Hughston Taylor, 23-Robbie Zeider, GK-Chris Ward
ATL: 1-Robert Phelps, 2-Fode Diallo, 4-Richie Wimsatt, 6-Russell Gaither, 7-Matt Brazer, 8-Rury Alvarez, 9-Felix Siladi, 11-Korey Daigle, 15-Alassane Kane, 19-Matt Hoskiuns, 21-Jonathan Hazard
Substitutes: 5-Cody McKelvey, 12-Reed Bennett, 13-Tanner Chamblin, 20-Nick Gaba, 23-Taylor Jordan
Head Coach: Thomas Elliott
Referees: J.J. Blodgett, Alan Cromlish, Lee McElhannon

Oct. 14, 2007
Birmingham United 0:8 Concorde Fire
Goalscorers:
CON - Nick Burton  20th minute
CON - Riley Sumpter 43rd minute
CON - Riley Sumpter 62nd minute
CON - Riley Sumpter 75th minute
CON - Kevan Georga 80th minute
CON - Connor Barbaree 82nd minute
CON - Nick Burton  88th minute
CON - Kevan Georga 88th minute
Lineups:
BIR: 3-John Eppenger, 4-Andres Aristizabal, 8-Edgar Avalos, 10-John White, 11-Jeremiah Jones, 15-Samuel Curro, 17-Andre Davis, 19-Jose Roberto Jimemez, 20-Jonathan Alexander, GK-Alexandra Piola, Henry Rouse
Substitutes: 7-Jonathan Box, 23-Cesar Avalos, 5-Grant Horton
CON: 2-Patrick Martineau, 3-Walker Jernigan, 6-Nhan Doan, 7-Connor Barbaree, 9-Riley Sumpter, 10-Jahan Threeths, 11-Tim Nixon, 13-Kevan George, 14-Chris Peacos, 18-Nick Burton, 19-Alex Evert
Substitutes: 1-Jamie Deal, 4-Mark Lavery
Referees: Kendall Maddox, David Richard, Dale Thomas Sr.



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