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Region III boys shine in Argentina
February 25th, 2009 8AM

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U.S. Youth Soccer regional ODP boys '93 teams finished 5-7-2 at the 2009 International Festival in Argentina.

Region III was the only team to have a winning record (2-1-1). Perhaps its best result was a 1-1 tie with Argentinos Juniors, the club at which Diego Maradona got his start. Region III's only loss was a 1-0 decision to Estudiantes, which scored 16 goals in its other three games against U.S. competition.

Region I's Cole De Normandie (FC Stars of Massachusetts) and Region III's Neil Ignacio (Legends FC) led all U.S. players with three goals apiece.

ROSTERS

Feb. 16
Region I 2, Quilmes 3
Report
Goals:
De Normandie, Bateer
Region II 1, Tristan Suarez 0
Goal:
Miller
Region IV 1, Sagrado Select Rosario 1
Goal:
Ignacio

Feb. 17
Region I 1, Banfield 0
Report
Goal:
DeNormandie
Region II 1, Estudiantes de La Plata 7
Goal:
Miller
Region III 2, Sagrado Select Rosario 1
Report
Goals:
Bonilla (2)
Region IV 0, Argentina Juniors 7
Report

Feb. 18
Region III 0, Estudiantes 1

Feb. 19
Region I 2, Estudiantes 5 Report
Goals:
De Normandie, Bateer
Region II 0, Quilmes 3
Region III 1, Argentina Juniors 1
Report
Goal:
Smith
Region IV 3, Tristan Suarez 2
Report
Goals:
Beerman, Ignacio (2)

Feb. 19
Region III 5, Tristan Suarez 0 Report
Goals:
Follensbee, Williams, Stroup, Vega, Suarez
Region IV 0, Estudiantes 4
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