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The New York Red Bulls and U.S. youth national team, the only unbeaten teams in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's U-17/18 Group, went 1-0-1 in weekend action. Carmel United Soccer Club, which entered the weekend with the best winning percentage of any team in the U-15/16 Group, fell to Vardar, 4-1, and was held to a 1-1 tie by the Michigan Wolves on its trip to the Detroit area.

U-17/18 AGE GROUP

May 2
CASL 2 (Carpenter, Cipriano) North Meck 0
PDA 0 South Central Premier 2 (Rodriguez, St. Cyr)
Real Colorado 5 (Fronapfel, Goldman, Abdulgasem, Rosales, Kramcha) FC Portland 1 (Izquierdo)

May 3
Albertson SC 1 (Mena) Baltimore Bays 5 (Bulls, Makinde, Raley, Vranis, Barreiro)
B/W Gottschee 0 New York Red Bulls 3 (Sanchez, Okai, Lee)
Chicago Fire 2 (Guzman 2) Miami FC Kendall 1 (Cabas)
Clearwater Chargers 2 (Sitton 2) Schulz Acad. 3 (Jocelyn, Kingsley, Breto)
Colorado Rush 1 (Sacco) Crossfire 0
DC United 0 FC Westchester 1 (Bandov)
FC Greater Boston 2 (Hilton, Terris) FC Delco 2 (Schmid, Dundon)
IMG Soccer Acad. 2 (Garcia, Ocejo) Scott Gallagher 0
Match Fit Acad. 3 (Hamilton 2, Bethel) South Central Premier 2 (Dadario, Gennuso)
Michigan Wolves 0 Carmel United SC 1 (Jennings)
PDA 0 Oakwood Soccer Club 0
Potomac 3 (Kabelac, Streilein, Akpandak) Met Oval 1 (S.Reyes)
Seacoast United 1 (Coleman) PA Classics 2
U.S. youth national team 0 Sockers FC 0
Vardar 1 (Kupe) Empire United 2 (Hamill, Eberhardt)

May 4
Albertson SC 1 (Mena) New York Red Bulls 1 (Kassel)
B/W Gottschee 0 Baltimore Bays 2 (Raley, Vranis)
Chicago Magic 1 (Boyd) Miami FC Kendall 1 (Gonzalez)
Colorado Rush 3 (Delpiccolo, Sacco, Caughran) FC Portland 1 (Izquierdo)
DC United 5 (Lapnet 2, Cooke, Lima, Hegngi) Met Oval 0
FC Greater Boston 1 (Terris) PA Classics 2 (Arment, Panuccio)
IMG Soccer Acad. 4 (Bagot 3, Johannsson) Schulz Acad. 3 (Breto, Kingsley, Braun)
Match Fit Acad. 4 (Lubrano, Allen, Brandsdorfer, Bethel) Oakwood SC 0
Michigan Wolves 2 (Cheslik 2) Empire United 1 (Hamill)
Potomac 0 FC Westchester 3 (Bandov 2, Dos Reis)
Real Colorado 4 (Key, Beckie, Reinsma, Fronapel) Crossfire 1 (Klein)
Seacoast United 5 (Coleman, Palumbo 2, Powell, Harris) FC Delco 0
U.S. youth national team 7 (Martinez, Shinsky, Gyau 2, McInerney 2, Jerome) FC Milwaukee 0
Vardar 3 (Bega, Kupe, Norman) Carmel United SC 0

U-15/16 AGE GROUP

May 2
CASL 3 (Wescoe 2, Girard) North Meck 0
IMG Soccer Acad. 2 (Palmer) Scott Gallagher 0
PDA 1 (Renna) South Central Premier 0
Real Colorado 1 (Ikard) FC Portland 0

May 3
Albertson SC 3 (Brown, Rodriguez, Kenny) Baltimore Bays 0
B/W Gottschee 4 (Abreu 2, Rodriguez, Molina) New York Red Bulls 0
Chicago Fire 2 Miami FC Kendall 1 (Bidegain)
Clearwater Chargers 1 (Sweat) Schulz Acad. 1 (Diaz)
Colorado Rush 2 (Quintana, Foxhoven) Crossfire 3 (Richey, Bechtel, Ryan)
DC United 2 (Doue 2) FC Westchester 0
FC Greater Boston 0 FC Delco 0
Match Fit Acad. 3 (Boylan, Correa 2) South Central Premier 0
Michigan Wolves 1 (Gatt) Carmel United SC 1 (Petts)
PDA 0 Oakwood SC 0
Potomac 2 (Flott 2) Met Oval 1 (Hedglin)
Seacoast United 0 PA Classics 0
U.S. youth national team 2 (Bramall, Alvarez) Sockers FC 1 (Pothast)
Vardar 5 (S. Sadd 2, H. Sadd 2, Adkins) Empire United 3 (Baker 2, Forbes)

May 4
Albertson SC 1 (Brown) New York Red Bulls 1 (Gonzalez)
B/W Gottschee 5 (Abreu 2, Herrera, Fernandes, Castaneda) Baltimore Bays 1 (Caringi)
Chicago Magic 0 Miami FC Kendall 1 (Medina)
Colorado Rush 4 (Foxhoven 3, Meyer) FC Portland 0
DC United 1 (O'Shea) Met Oval 0
FC Greater Boston 0 PA Classics 0
IMG Soccer Acad. 1 Schulz Acad. 2 (Roach, H. Sinclair)
Match Fit Acad. 1 (Riker) Oakwood SC 5 (Bixler, McCarthy, Randazzo, Kissane, Constantine)
Michigan Wolves 2 (Asani, Henderson) Empire United 0
Potomac 1 (Nwosu) FC Westchester 2 (Ocampo, Jacobson)
Real Colorado 2 (Tormoehlen, Hammett) Crossfire 1 (Ryan)
Seacoast United 1 (Ricker) FC Delco 0
U.S. youth national team 2 (Span 2) FC Milwaukee 1 (Stein)
Vardar 4 (Sadd 3, Tatti) Carmel United SC 1 (Petts)

 



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