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Development Academy Weekend Report
October 24th, 2007 7AM

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Bridge FA 3 Richmond Strikers 3
Bridge twice rallied from two goals down to tie on Preston Myer's goal in the 80th minute. Joseph Haboush and Neal Anglin put the Strikers ahead by two goals after only five minutes, and Haboush added a second goal in the 43rd minute. William Dilday and Christopher Dixon also scored for Bridge.

IMG Academy 8 Clearwater Chargers 0
Archie Karpeh scored four goals -- all in the first half -- against Clearwater Chargers in an 8-0 rout. Gabriel Bagot and Alfredo Rodriguez also scored in the first half, while substitute Aron Johannsson added two late goals.

Atlanta Fire 2 Kendall Soccer Coalition 1
Alassane Kane scored both goals for the Fire. Kendall's goal came in the 90th minute.

Birmingham United 1 Schulz Academy 4
An own goal put Schulz ahead in the 25th minute. Shawn Barry, Julian Serrato and Vincent Dibullo added goals for the Florida team. Cesar Avalos scored for Birmingham.

Chivas USA 7 Nomads SC 0
Adrian Ruelas and Victor Sanchez scored two goals apiece for Chivas. Former Arsenal FC star Gersen Mayen, U.S. U-18 player Mario Ledezma and Armando Rocha added goals.

Birmingham United 1 Kendall Soccer Coalition 1
On Sunday, Birmingham United gained a tie with South Florida's other entry. Birmingham took the lead on a strike by Cesar Avalos, but Kendall's Alvaro Yusty equalized.

Under-15/16

Atlanta Fire 0 Kendall Soccer Coalition 3
Kendall remained unbeaten with the win on goals by Alvaro Bastidas, Michael Rosado and Raffaele Centofanti.

Chivas USA 0 Nomads SC 0.
Antonio Flores and Victor Ahumada were in for Chivas and the Nomads, respectively, to earn the shutouts.

Bridge FA 4 Richmond Strikers 0
Justin Watson led the South Carolina team with two goals. Robert Belair and David Hurtado also scored.

Richmond Kickers 1 Virginia Rush 0
The Kickers won on a goal by Ian Major with just five minutes remaining.

Birmingham United 1 Schulz Academy 1
Cory Gonzales' goal with eight minutes remaining earned Birmingham the draw. Hasani Sinclair scored for Schulz.

Birmingham United 0 Kendall Soccer Coalition 0
The Alabama club picked up its second draw of the weekend against Florida competition.

IMG Academy 4 Clearwater Chargers 2
Zachary Steinberger's two goals erased an early Clearwater lead. Ariel Hughes and Patrick Otte also scored for the Bradenton-based academy. Clearwater's Alex Tuch opened the scoring in the seventh minute, and Ben Sweat tallied the second Charger goal.



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