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U.S. Soccer Development Academy Results
January 10th, 2008 6:30AM
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In its Development Academy debut, Greensboro SC won a pair of games last weekend, beating Bridge FA, 2-0, behind goals from Thomas Driver and Mark Millard and the Virginia Rush, 1-0, on a goal by Drew Claytor.


U-17/18 Results
Jan. 5
CASL 1 (Haglund) Virginia Rush 1 (Grumney)
Greensboro SC 2 (Millard, Driver) Bridge FA 0
Richmond Kickers 1 (Innes) So. Charlotte 2 (Koslick, Bumgamer)
Richmond Strikers 6 (Bates, Gary, Ownby 2, Medairos, Goldnetz) North Meck SC 0

Jan. 6
CASL 4 (Carpenter 3, Cipriano) Bridge FA 1 (Ferro)
Greensboro SC 1(Claytor)Virginia Rush 0
Richmond Kickers 2(Kourlesis 2) North Meck SC 0
Richmond Strikers 2 (Ownby, Bates) So. Charlotte 2 (Koslick, Lawler)

Standings

U-15/16 Results
Jan. 5
CASL 3(Root 2, Sorensen) Virginia Rush 0
Richmond Kickers 1 (Foglesong) So. Charlotte 1 (Dabestani)
Richmond Strikers 1(McDonnell) North Meck SC 2 (Jordi, Wakai)
Greensboro SC 1(Ahmetovic) Bridge FA 2 (Savage 2)

Jan. 6
CASL 1 (Root) Bridge FA 2 (Savage, Watson)
Greensboro SC 0 Virginia Rush 2(Martin, Vaughn)
Richmond Kickers 1 (Foglesong) North Meck SC 0
Richmond Strikers 0 So. Charlotte 3(Stathopoulos, O'Brien, Dabestani)

Standings

 



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