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Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup Results
April 10th, 2009 11:45PM
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Of the 14 teams still alive in the Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup's lower age groups after Friday action, 12 are American.

The lone foreign teams to advance Friday in knockout action were Mexico's Monterrey in the U-17 age group and Canada's Ajax Gunners in the U-16 division.

The 12 American teams consist of eight teams from California, three from Texas and one from Illinois.

Super Group

Semifinals
Friday
Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada) 2 Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 0
Manchester City (England) vs. Sao Paulo (Brazil) late game

Under-19
Quarterfinals
Friday
Miami FC Kendall U18 Academy 1 North Texas Strikers 0
FC Dallas Juniors U18 Academy 3 N.V. Fusion  2
Dallas Texans U18 Academy 3 Royal Navy (England) 1
Shattuck St. Mary's 3 Solar SC U18 Academy 1

Under-17
Quarterfinals
Friday
Lonestars Red 2 Tigres  (Mexico) 1
Monterrey (Mexico) 1 Oakville Gunners (Canada) 0
Chicago Magic AS Monaco Academy 3 FC Dallas Juniors U16 Academy 1
CZ Elite Soccer 2 Andromeda U16 Academy 1

Under-16
Quarterfinals
Friday
Santa Clara Sporting 3 Dallas Texans Red Houston 0
Ajax Gunners 4 South Bay Force Black 3
Arsenal FC 3 Club Morumbi (Mexico) 0
Real So Cal White 1 Dallas Texans Red 0

Under-15
Quarterfinals
Thursday
Pumas (Mexico) 2 Tigres (Mexico) 1
Monterrey (Mexico) 3 DeAnza Force Blue 1
Santa Clara Sporting 2 Dallas Texans U16 Academy 0
Los Angeles FC Chelsea FC 1  Lonestar Red 0
Semifinals
Friday
Santa Clara Sporting 2 Monterrey (Mexico) 0
Los Angeles FC Chelsea FC 1 Pumas (Mexico) 0

Under-14
Quarterfinals
Thursday
CESA Premier 3 Independiente (Dallas) 1
ISC Strikers 5 Elgin Pumas 0
Albion White 1 Solar Red 0 (PK)
Dallas Texans Red 6 De Anza Force Blue 0
Semifinals
Friday
Dallas Texans Red 2 CESA Premier 0
ISC Strikers 2 Albion White 1

Under-13
Quarterfinals
Thursday
Southampton FC (England) 2 Los Angeles FC Chelsea FC 0
Legends FC 1 West Pines United Black 0 (PK)
West Coast FC 2 San Diego Surf 0
Dallas Texans Red 1 Lehigh Valley United 0
Semifinals
Friday
West Coast FC 2 Legends SC 0
Dallas Texans Red 4 Southampton FC (England) 0



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