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Dallas Texans make girls history
July 28th, 2008 7AM

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Two of the Texans' titles came against Chicago area power Eclipse Select. In the U-17 final, the Texans blew a 2-0 lead late in the game but won the shootout after their game ended in a 2-2 tie. The Texans' U-16s had only managed two goals in three group games but they put on an offensive display in the final, beating Eclipse Select, 4-2.

The Dallas Texans Red Dallas won the U-15 group, coming back from one goal down in the second half to beat the So Cal Blues, 2-1.

In U-18 girls play, Sting Dallas (made up of former Dallas Texans Red players) fell to Colorado Rush Nike, 3-0. Danielle Foxhoven scored twice to give her a tournament-high six goals. The win marked the Rush's eighth US Youth Soccer title, equaling the Sting's record.

Bloomfield Force FC successfully defended its title with a 2-1 comeback win over Slammers FC in the U-19 final thanks to late goals by Dani Haelewyn and Amanda Bowery.

San Juan Spirits Blue gave Sacramento its first national crown with a 2-0 win over FC Stars of Massachusetts in the U-14 girls final.

RESULTS:
Under 19 Girls
Day 1
Challenge 1 (Rathweg 53) FC Pennsylvania Strikers 1 (Edwards 27).
Slammers FC 3 (Zinke 34, Emerson 45, Davila 90) Bloomfield Force FC 2 (Carron 27, Heyboer 42).
Day 2
Bloomfield Force FC 3 (Heyboer 47, 64, 90) FC Pennsylvania Strikers 0.
Slammers FC 3 (Davila 26, Press 45, 46) Challenge 1 (Goodwin 80).
Day 3
Bloomfield Force FC 3 (Haelewyn 1, 77, Heyboer 82) Challenge 1 (Rathweg 89).
Slammers FC 2 (Shibata 25, Press 90) FC Pennsylvania Strikers 1 (Jacobs 74).
Standings: Slammers FC 9 points Bloomfield Force FC 6; Challenge, FC Pennsylvania Strikers 1.
Final
Bloomfield Force FC 2 (Haelewyn 78, Bowery 84) Slammers FC 1 (Elliott 7).

Under 18 Girls
Day 1
Colorado Rush Nike 2 (Pfankuch 42, Martinez 52) FC Delco Fury II 0.
Sting Dallas 2 (Keith 73, Henderson 90) Eclipse Select 1 (Price 62).
Day 2
Eclipse Select 4 (Ewing 8, Price 12, Ruff 18, Mathy 90) Colorado Rush Nike 4 (Pfankuch 5, Foxhoven 30, 65, 89).
Sting Dallas 2 (O'Brien 1, Gray 90) FC Delco Fury II 0.
Day 3
Eclipse Select 2 (Price 5, Samp 90) FC Delco Fury II 0.
Colorado Rush Nike 1 (Foxhoven 31) Sting Dallas 0.
Standings: Colorado Rush Nike 7 points; Sting Dallas 6; Eclipse Select 4; FC Delco Fury II 0.
Final
Colorado Rush 3 (Foxhoven 63, 68, Kerridge 78) Sting Dallas 0.

Under 17 Girls
Day 1
Dallas Texans Red 2 (Rivera 7, Castleberry 57) Slammers FC 0.
FC Bucks Vipers 1 (Sabatura 8) Eclipse Select 0.
Day 2
Eclipse Select 2 (Fortune 8, Smithe 18) Dallas Texans Red 1 (Rivera 64).
FC Bucks Vipers 2 (Sabatura 3, Kerr 45) Slammers FC 1 (Doniak (82).
Day 3
Dallas Texans Red 3 (Rivera 4, Castleberry 28, Allen 37) FC Bucks Vipers 1 (Evans 80).
Eclipse Select 3 (Smithe 1, Fortune 73, Lipp 82) Slammers FC 1 (Barrett 11).
Standings: Dallas Texans Red (6-2), Eclipse Select (5-3), FC Bucks Vipers (4-3) 6 points; Slammers FC 0.
Final
Dallas Texans Red 2 (Geller 20, 51) Eclipse Select 2 (Kubiuk 75, Hall 85).
(Dallas Texans Red wins 3-2 on penalties.)

Under 16 Girls
Day 1
Dallas Texans Red 1 (Smith 47) Vardar 0.
Eclipse Select 2 (Uyenishi 23, Murnane 33) Sting Dallas Royal 2 (Reid 18, 58).
PDA Fire 1 (Wagner 9) So Cal Blues 0.
Day 2
Dallas Texans Red 0 PDA Fire 0
Vardar 1 (Mannino 33) Sting Dallas Royal 0.
Eclipse Select 1 (Laxgang 62) So Cal Blues 0.
Day 3
Eclipse Select 2 (Pekovitch 46, Laxgang 77) PDA Fire 0.
Dallas Texans Red 1 (Diggs 69) Sting Dallas Royal 0.
So Cal Blues 3 (Martino 55, Zarnegar 66, Halverson 68) Vardar 0.
Standings: Group A -- Dallas Texans Red 7 points; Vardar 3; Sting Royal 1; Group B -- Eclipse Select 7 points; PDA Fire 4; So Cal Blues 3.
Final
Dallas Texans Red 4 (Diggs 27, 75, Frisbie 54, Anasi 70) Eclipse Select 2 (Murnane 26, Morway 58).

Under 15 Girls
Day 1
Dallas Texans Red Dallas 1 (Wedemeyer 71) Slammers FC 1 (O'Brien 41)
Lonestars Red 1 (Smith 19) KCFC Intensity 0.
So Cal Blues 2 (Goldstein 19, Dudley 40) Scorpions Elite 1 (Landon 79).
Day 2
Dallas Texans Red Dallas 2 (Grant 56, Wedemeyer 77) Lonestars Red 2 (Drapes 21, Brown 44).
So Cal Blues 4 (Davidson 10, Werner 43, Garcia 47, Rosen 68) KCFC Intensity 0.
Slammers FC 3 (Dillon 8, 27, Andujar 38) Scorpions Elite 0.
Day 3
So Cal Blues 2 (Rosen 44, Garcia 60) Lonestars 1 (own goal 68).
Dallas Texans Red Dallas 4 (Wedemeyer 2, 46, Smith 76, Mongue 77) Scorpions Elite 1 (Ryan 11).
KCFC Intensity 1 (Groom 79) Slammers FC 0.
Standings: Group A -- Dallas Texans Red 5 points; Slammers FC 4; Scorpions Elite 0; Group B -- So Cal Blues 9 points; Lonestars 4; KCFC Intensity 3.
Final
Dallas Texans Red Dallas 2 (Meyer 59, Wedemeyer 63) So Cal Blues 1 (Goldstein 39).

Under 14 Girls
Day 1
FC Stars of Massachusetts 4 (Persson 8, Dowd 14, 38, Litwin 15) Toro Bravo 1 (Ambrose 55).
San Juan Spirits Blue 2 (Jara 44, Washburn 67) D'Feeters 0.
Day 2
San Juan Spirits Blue 0 FC Stars of Massachusetts 0
Toro Bravo 0 D'Feeters 0.
Day 3
FC Stars of Massachusetts 1 (Dowd 63) D'Feeters 0.
San Juan Spirits Blue 1 (Duff 58) Toro Bravo 0.
Standings: FC Stars of Massachusetts, San Juan Spirits Blue 7 points; D'Feeters, Toro Bravo 0.
Final
San Juan Spirits Blue 2 (Booker 18, Jara 26) FC Stars of Massachusetts 0.




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