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U.S. Soccer Development Academy Results
January 16th, 2008 6:45AM

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U.S. Soccer Development Academy play in Southern California resumed last Saturday when Pateadores beat the Irvine Strikers, 3-2, in the U-15/16 age group. In the highlight of a busy weekend of action in the Mid-Atlantic, CASL won both games at the Richmond Kickers and Richmond Strikers in U-15/16 play. For all the results and goal scorers ...

U-17/18 AGE GROUP
Jan. 12
Birmingham United 2 (White, Hoffman) IMG 0.
Bridge FA 1 (Ferro) North Meck 0.
Pateadores 2 (Ponce 2) Irvine Strikers 0.
Richmond Kickers 2 (Cheatham, Innes) Greensboro SC 1 (Egerton)
Virginia Rush 1 (Kane) South Charlotte SA 4 (Lawler, Smith, Own Goal, Humphries)
Jan. 13
Richmond Strikers 0 Greensboro SC 2 (Castellanos 2).

U-15/16 AGE GROUP
Jan. 12
Birmingham United 0 IMG 4 (Steinberger, Eckford, Otte 2)
Bridge FA 2 (Ferro 2) North Meck 0.
Richmond Kickers 2 (Boothe 2) Greensboro SC 0.
Richmond Strikers 0 CASL 1 (Wescoe)
Virginia Rush 2 (Vaughn, McCann) South Charlotte SA 1 (Ryan)
Jan. 13
Richmond Kickers 0 CASL 2 (Scott, Root)
Richmond Strikers 1 (Schaffer) Greensboro SC 2 (Rex 2)



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