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U.S. U-14 boys teams romp at Thanksgiving Interregionals
November 27th, 2007 7AM

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The Blue team swept all three games in the '94 division. It topped the Region I ODP team, 4-1, with two goals from Atsouth Aya and two assists from Erick Sanchez. Sanchez scored two goals of his own in the Blue team's 4-0 win over Region II. Gabriel Palermo added three assists in that game.

The Grey team came away with a 2-2 draw against Region IV on Saturday and a 3-1 victory over Region I on Sunday. Joel Salmeron and Victor Zamora each scored twice on the weekend, while Brian Celis added two assists in two games.

On Monday, the Blue team came out on top, 2-1, in a battle of the two U.S. U-14 teams.

U.S. Under-14 Boys Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Alexander Bello (Madrid, Spain), Kendall McIntosh (Santa Rosa, Calif.), Dakota Niedermeier (Arnold, Md.), Fernando Pina (Houston, Texas).
DEFENDERS: Atsouth Aya (Tampa, Fla.), Andrew Chang (Chicago, Ill.), Jerome Cristobal (Sterling Heights, Mich.), Alfred Edmonds (San Jose, Calif.), Malcolm Harris (Damascus, Md.), Gabriel Lock (Antelope, Calif.), Cory Miller (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), Josh Miller (Portland, Ore.), Marc Pelosi (Sunnyvale, Calif.), Jalen Robinson (Cantonsville, Md.), Bennett Yort (Augusta, Ga.).
MIDFIELDERS: Kyle Bitterman (Lancaster, Pa.), Bryan Celis (Houston, Texas), Emmanuel Chavez (Chicago, Ill.), Matthew Dunn (Dallas, Texas), Eric Gonzales (Corona, Calif.), Leonard Kusina (Fairbanks, Alaska), Collin Martin (Chevy Chase, Md.), Ryan Masch (San Jose, Calif.), Jesus Medina (Waukegan, Ill)., Alexander Olofson (Raleigh, N.C.) Oscar Ortega (San Ysidro, Calif.), Gabriel Palermo (Jupiter, Fla.), Joel Salmeron (Cicero, Ill.), Forest Sisk (Sudbury, Md.), Ross Tetro (Marlboro, N.J.), Todd Wharton (Glenn Allen, Va.).
FORWARDS: Tren Biswell (Tulare, Calif.), Devin Devoy (North Alteboro, Mass.), Erick Sanchez (Edinburg, Texas), Esteban Rodriguez (Bell Gardens, Calif.), Victor Zamora (Rockford, Ill.).



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