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U.S. Youth Soccer '92 ODP Boys Barcelona Rosters
February 29th, 2008 6:45AM
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[YOUTH] Four U.S. Youth Soccer regional ODP teams are participating this week in an international festival in Barcelona, Spain. The 1992 boys went 2-2 against Catalan teams on Tuesday's opening day. Region I and Region III beat Sanchez Llibre (3-1) and Cornella (3-0), while Region II lost to Espanyol (2-0) and Region IV fell to CF Damm (4-2). For complete rosters ...

Region I 1992 Boys
Nicholas AlersPotomac MD Potomac SA
David Barna Easton CT Beachside
Dalton Carroll Drexel Hill PA YMS
Michael Choquette Springfield MA Oakwood
Anthony CzechAldaus NY Bethlehem
Elie DennisEaston MD Bethesda SC
Ethan HarlowEssex Junction VY Far Post
Drew HutchinsMorrisonville PA YMS
Olutulani IbikunleWynnewood PA Lower Merion
Andrew Jean-BaptistBrentwood NY Brentwood
Daniel Kursman Bryn Mawr PA FC Delco
Dale McDonald Roosevelt NY Hota
Andrew MercierSo. Burlington VT Far Post
Joseph PintoLynbrook NY Lynbrook
Michael Raley Saint Inigoes MD Freestate SA
Ryan Wetherhold Breinigsville PA Lehigh Valley United
 
Region II 1992 Boys
Brian CarrMequon WI
Jonathan Kempin Leawood KS
Keaton AlbertPark City IL
Ezequiel AlvarezDodge City KS
Sean CunninghamTroy MI
Vincent Peter DiPrimio Bloomington IN
Henrik EglyPleasant Prairie WI
Benjamin J HallWilmore KY
Ian Heinrich Grayslake IL
Matthew IngramIndianapolis IN
Jordan KayserElkhorn WI
Taylor Mazurek Brighton MI
Brock MenardMilwaukee WI
Eric MillerWoodbury MN
David SelvaggiElmhurst IL
Caleb Stanko Holly MI
Eric WebermanFarmington Hills MI
 
Region III 1992 Boys
Kwesi AlleyneFt. Lauderdale FL Coral Springs Storm
Michael Attal Tampa FL Clearwater Chargers
Chris BenoMarietta GA Cobb Futbol Club
John Chavez
Joseph De Mare Chapin SC Charlotte United FC
Michael DerbeckerCarrollton GA Cobb Futbol Club
James Gulley Clinton MS Mississippi Fire
Emmet KumehDallas TX Andromeda
Preston LangholzTulsa OK Tulsa Thunder
Christopher LocandroKennesaw GA Cobb FC Premier
Steven MaxwellEvans GA Augusta Arsenal
Nolan McKeever Lilburn GA Cobb Futbol Club
Patrick MullinsMetairie LA Lakeview Soccer
Christopher NiemiraCumming GA Alpharetta Ambush
Justin PortilloMetairie LA Lafreniere Gamblers
Stephen Roberson Madison MS Mississippi Fire
Brian VasquezHouston TX Houstonians
Dent WiseAnderson SC CESA
 
Region IV 1992 Boys
Keon Parsa West Hills CA VUSC Blast
Dennis SanchezAlbuquerque NM Admiral Elite F.C.
Carlos Benavidez Tarzana CA Real So Cal
Austin BravoDewcastel CA Placer United
Eric BryantWoodland CA Placer United
Jimmy Callinan Hillsborough CA Burlington Juventus
Dustin Corea Mill. OR So Cal
Ricardo GonzalezSan Bernardino CA PSG
Anthony GoochSanta Cruz CA SCC Breakers
Justin Hill Boise ID Boise Capitals
George MalkiScottsdale AZ SC De Sol
Jacob NevarezMesilla Park NM Strikers IV
Moises Orozco Oxnard CA VUSC Blast Red
Nicholas PalodichukBattle Ground WA WA Premier FC
Marcos PinedaParamount CA VUSC Blast
Alberto Rosas N. Hollywood CA VUSC Blast
Alan RoviraSimi Valley CA Real So Cal
Andrew TusaazmajjaPanorama CA VUSC Blast



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