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5. ODP: US Youth Soccer champions crowned in Frisco
March 18th, 2007 9:13PM
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Teams from North Carolina ('89 boys), Eastern Pennsylvania ('89 girls), Illinois ('91 boys) and New Jersey ('91 girls) were crowned Sunday at the US Youth Soccer ODP National Championships in Frisco, Texas.

Three Cal South teams reached the finals, where they all lost. Michigan was the only other state association to send three teams to the national championships, where they all finished fourth in their divisions.

ODP FINALS:
1989 Boys

North Carolina 4 Arizona 1. Goals: Lomax 10, King 42, Shull 51, Haglund 74; Parsons 28.
1989 Girls
Eastern Pennsylvania 1 Cal South 0 (OT). Goal: Alwine 109.
1991 Boys
Illinois 3 Cal South 3. Goals: Mascitti, O'Leary, Gutierrez; Fitzpatrick, Ramirez (2).
(Illinois wins on penalties.)
1991 Girls

New Jersey 2 Cal South 1. Goals: DeLaurentis 46, Wagner 49; Burright 7.

ODP AWARDS:
1989 Boys
Golden Glove - Clint Irwin, North Carolina (Charlotte United FC)
Golden Boot - Will Shull, North Carolina (Charlotte United FC)

1989 Girls
Golden Glove - Caroline Williams, Eastern Pennsylvania (Supernova)
Golden Boot - Lauren Alwine, Eastern Pennsylvania (FC Delco)

1991 Boys
Golden Glove - Brett Petricek, Illinois (Ajax FC)
Golden Boot - John Fitzpatrick, Cal South (Surf)

1991 Girls
Golden Glove - Sarah Keane, New Jersey (Mt. Laurel United)
Golden Boot - Mary Wagner, New Jersey (PDA)


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