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U.S. Soccer Development Academy Results
March 13th, 2008 6:45AM

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Nine teams remain unbeaten in the Under-17/18 Age Group of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy: LAFC (6-0-0), U.S. youth national team (6-0-2), Colorado Rush (4-0-2), B/W Gottschee (3-0-1), New York Red Bulls (3-0-1), Baltimore Bays (3-0-1), PA Classics (2-0-1), Chicago Fire (2-0-3), Chicago Magic (2-0-3). For all the weekend results and goalscorers ...

UNDER-17/18

March 8
FC Westchester 1 (Pourakis) FC Greater Boston 0
Greensboro 2 (Millard, Castellanos) S. Charlotte 3 (Koslick 2, Cardin)
IMG 1 (Calzadilla) Miami FC Kendall 0
Met Oval 1 (Bega) Seacoast 0
NY Red Bulls 5 (Blacido 2, Jack, Kassel, Archer) PDA 4 (Zanfardino, Whalen, Crooks 2)
Oakwood 0 BW Gottschee 3 (Brossard, Heredia, Gates)
U.S. youth national team 0 Chicago Fire 0

March 9
Baltimore Bays 1 (Jaskolski) Match Fit 1 (Allen)
Clearwater 0 Miami FC Kendall 3 (Punyed 2, Ramirez)
FC Westchester 1 (Reis) Seacoast 0
North Meck 1 (Williams) CASL 2
S. Central Premier 2 (Rodriguez, Cisse) Albertson 1 (Rogers)
U.S. youth national team 0 Chicago Magic 0

UNDER-15/16

March 8
FC Westchester 1 (Jacobson) FC Greater Boston 0
Greensboro 3 S. Charlotte 2 (Allen, Leonard)
(Walker, Freeman, Nypeon)
IMG 2 (Holmes, Steinberger) Miami Kendall 3 (Medina, Murillo, Malcolm)
Met Oval 1 (Valencia) Seacoast 1 (McLeod)
NY Red Bulls 0 PDA 2 (Renna, Beckett)
Oakwood 1 (Bixler) BW Gottschee 2 (Abreu, own goal)
U.S. youth national team 1 (Alvarez) Chicago Fire 1 (Spoo).

March 9
Baltimore Bays 5 (Weaver 2, Crompton, Caringi, Kamara) Match Fit 2 (Gershkovich, Reyes)
Clearwater 1 (Bauman) Miami Kendall 1 (Malcolm)
FC Westchester 2 (Luciano, Martinez) Seacoast 2 (Lessard, Salta)
North Meck 0 CASL 2 (Sorensen, Wescoe)
S. Central Premier 1 (Scott) Albertson 1 (Rodrigues)
U.S. youth national team 4 (Bramall, Hartell, Span, Gutierrez) Chicago Magic 0.

 

 



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