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Parity reigns at Boys Thanksgiving Interregional
December 5th, 2008 9:30AM
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Parity reigned at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional held at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena, Vista, Fla.

All 10 teams competing at the annual event -- four 1994 regional teams, four 1995 regional teams and two U.S. under-14 national team squads -- won at least one game.

The Blue squad from the U.S. under-14 national team was the only team to go unbeaten, finishing with a 2-0-1 record.

Kevin Labastida of the Fullerton (Calif.) Rangers had the event's only hat trick, scoring three goals for the 1995 Region IV in its 4-1 win over Region I.

A pair of Nevadans, Antonio Velazquez and Irvin Gijon, scored in each game for the U.S. under-14 team Grey and 1994 Region IV, respectively.
 
RESULTS:
Nov. 29 in Frisco, Texas
94 Region II 3 (Oliver 28, Andryk 49, Irelan 54) 94 Region I 2 (Beck 33, Russo 60).
94 Region III 1(Burnett 23) 94 Region IV 1(Gijon 32).
95 Region III 1 (Clark 61) 95 Region II 0.
U.S. U-14 national team Blue 1 (Polley 31) 95 Region I 0.
U.S. U-14 national team Grey 4(Nosack 10, Montes 37, Velasquez 60, Longo 83)95 Region IV 2 (Thompson 32, Gooch 49).

Nov. 30in Frisco, Texas
94 Region I 2(Russo 25, Robinson 59) 94 Region IV 1 (Gijon pen. 20).
94 Region III 3 (Jadama 25, 45 Mata 54) 94 Region II 0.
95 Region IV 4 (Labastida 8, 22, 48, Mancini 67) 95 Region I 1 (Interiano 34).
95 Region II 1 (Laboy 51) U.S. U-14 national team Blue 1 (Rodriguez 10).
U.S. U-14 national team Grey 2 (Haberkorn 22, Velazquez 40) 95 Region III 0.

Dec. 1in Frisco, Texas
94 Region I 1 (Bedoya 48) 94 Region III 0.
94 Region IV 3 (Pardo 13, Gijon pen. 43, Vargas  53) 94 Region II 2 (Granot 16, 19)
95 Region I 2 (Doll 20, Vilella 44) 95 Region III 0.
95 Region II 3 (Teston 1, Gaboa 48, Griffin 54) 95 Region IV 0.
U.S. U-14 national team Blue 3 (Arriola, Fagundez, own goal)U.S. U-14 national team Grey 1 (Velazquez).



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