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U.S. Youth Soccer Goal & Save of the Year Nominees (VIDEO)
February 11th, 2009 8AM

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Now is your chance to vote for the U.S. Youth Soccer Goal & Save of the Year. There are 10 nominees in each category. Goal of the Year nominees include Laura Heyboer, who went on to earn Soccer America All-Freshman honors at Michigan State. Like Heyboer on the girls side with Force FC, Brock Duckworth, nominated for the Save of the Year, won a U-19 national championship on the boys side with Solar. For all the nominees ...

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2008 Goal of the Year Nominees
Marcus Curaca, U-16 Arlington Venom (VA)
Tyler Draovitch, U-16 CASL Elite (NC)
Kacy Dunn, U-14 California Odyssey Red (CA-N)
Laura Heyboer, U-19 Force FC (MI)
Whitney Hooper, U-19 Challenge (STX)
Amy Johnson, U-14 Crossfire Lombard (WA)   
Katelyn Mountjoy, U-14 Dallas Sting Royal (NTX)
Heather Nelson, U-15 KCFC Intensity (KS)
Brandon Perez, U-16 Dallas Texans Red (NTX) 
Emmanuel Sanchez, U-17 YMS Xplosion (EPA)

2008 Save of the Year Nominees
Michael Baron, U-16 FC Delco Galaxy (EPA)
Ryan Brose, U-17 Concorde Fire South (GA)
Brock Duckworth, U-19 Solar (NTX)
Bryane Heaberlin, U-16 Clearwater Soccer Club (FL)
Robert Kempf, U-18 Shattuck St. Mary (MN)
Dana Moreno, U-16 Real So Cal White (CA-S)
Katie Richmond, U-15 So Cal Blues-Dodge (CA-S)
Courtney Smith, U-18 Sting (NTX)
Christopher Soukup, U-16 Loudoun White- Force (VA)
Paul West, U-16 CASL Elite (NC)

Voting continues through Feb. 27 Winners will be announced March 6 at the U.S. Youth Soccer Awards Gala in San Jose, Calif., held in conjunction with the U.S. Youth Soccer adidas Workshop.



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