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Cal South takes double
March 27th, 2009 4:45PM
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Cal South claimed two titles (boys and girls 1993) and finished second in a third competition at the 2009 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas. Indiana (boys 1992) was the only team to repeat, while North Texas (girls 1992) also was victorious in the annual competition for state ODP teams.

Cal South claimed both the 1993 girls and boys championships at Sunday's finals. The Cal South boys ended Oklahoma's bid for its first OPP title with 4-3 win on Juan Gutierrez's overtime goal. He had scored in the 90th minute to send the game into overtime. The girls beat North Texas, 1-0, on a goal by Kylie McCarthy.

Indiana repeated as champion with its 1992 boys championship. Bryce Rockwell-Ashton scored the lone goal to give Indiana a 1-0 victory over Cal North.

In a rematch of last year's final, North Texas beat Cal South, 3-1, in the 1992 girls final.

(For highlights of the ODP Championships, watch the U.S. Youth Soccer Show, returning to Fox Soccer Channel in April, and look for podcasts atusyouthsoccer.org/podcasts.)

Results
1992 Boys
Semifinals
California North 2, Eastern Pennsylvania 1 (OT)
Goals: California North - Austin Bravo (80, 110); Eastern Pennsylvania - Dalton Carrikk (58)
Indiana 3, North Carolina 0
Goals:Fabian Urquiza (2), Bryce Rockwell-Ashton (18), Charles Leonhard (90)
Championship
Indiana 1, California North 0
Goal: Bryce Rockwell-Ashton (16)
Consolation
Eastern Pennsylvania 2, North Carolina 2
Goals:Eastern Pennsylvania - Zachary Wolfe (50), Dalton Carroll (57); North Carolina - David Lane (19), Edward Mullin (62)

1993 Boys
Semifinals
California South 2, Virginia 0
Goals:Cesar Monterroza (1), Juan Gutierrez (6)
Oklahoma 4, Indiana 0
Goals:Jack Coleman (13, 65), Cristian Mata (17) (34)
Championship
Cal South 4, Oklahoma 3 (OT)
Goals:California South - Eduardo Quezada (24), Neil Ignacio (46), Juan Gutierrez (90, 105); Oklahoma - Jack Coleman (56 pen., 73 pen., 96).
Consolation
Indiana 2, Virginia 1
Goals:Indiana - D.J. Schilinger (36), Josh Pigg (54); Virginia - David Salazar (58)

1992 Girls
Semifinals
North Texas 2, Kansas 2
Goals:North Texas - Kelley Monogue - (32, 78), Chioma Ubogagu (95) OT, Brooklyn Kviz (99) OT, Amanda Frisbie (120) OT
Kansas - Carly Cassady (37), Madelyn Buckner (42)
California South 2, Maryland 0
Goals:Allie Harrison - (54), Tawni Martino - (90)
Championship
North Texas 3, California South 1
Goals:North Texas - Taylor Matthews (5), Juliann Jeffrey (64), Courtney Smith (88)
California South - Jazmin Ponce (81)
Consolation
Maryland 2, Kansas 0
Goals: Alexandra Doll (5), Janice Johnson (56)

1993 Girls
Semifinals
California South 4, Virginia 0
Goals:Jamia Fields (14) (48), Marie Mackenzie (58), Vania Robles (67)
North Texas 1, Minnesota 0
Goal:Taylor Smith (37)
Championship
California South 1, North Texas 0
Goal:Kylie McCarthy (65)
Consolation
Virginia 2, Minnesota 0
Goals: Eleanore Zoepfl (13), Katy Colas (42)
 
Awards
1992 Girls
Golden Glove - Vittoria Arnold (NTX)
Golden Boot - Kelley Monogue (NTX)

1992 Boys
Golden Glove - Ian MacDougall (IN)
Golden Boot - Bryce Rockwell-Ashton (IN)

1993 Girls
Golden Glove - Abby Smith (NTX)
Golden Boot - Jamia Field (CAS)

1993 Boys
Golden Glove - Will Whiddon (CAS)
Golden Boot - Juan Gutierrez (CAS)



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