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Oklahoma club creates big surprise
June 26th, 2009 8:30AM
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[REGION III GIRLS]
Edmond Soccer Club pulled the biggest surprise at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships when it beat the defending national champion Dallas Texans Red, 1-0, on Calli Cooper's goal off of a free kick in overtime of the U-18 girls final.

The Texans' U-18s featured for ESC star Caitlin Mooney.

The Texans, the top ranked girls team in Soccer America's annual best girls club rankings, won only one girls regional championship, taking the U-15 title in overtime over North Atlanta SA Elite II.

The Texans will send their U-16 and U-17 teams to the National Championships as 2009 National League champions.

REGION III GIRLS
Under 14

CASL Spartan Elite Black (NC) 2, Hurricane FC Rhein (OK) 0                  
CASL-Joanna Boyles (17) (54)
 
Under 15
Dallas Texans Red (N-TX) 3, North Atlanta SA Elite II (GA) 1, OT
DTX-Brooke Herrick (33), Kelsey Shimmick (98), Mary Alissa Lonsberry (106); NASA-Iyana Moore (29)
 
Under 16
Ponte Vedra Storm (FL) 2, GSA Phoenix Red (GA) 0
PVS-Theresa Diederich (17) (63)
 
Under 17
GSA Phoenix Red (GA) 3, AFC Lightning White (GA) 2
GSA-Nicole Locandro (49) (90), Alexa Newfield (51); AFC-Amanda McCalla (45), Katrina Frost (74).
 
Under 18
Edmond SC Black (OK) 1, Dallas Texans Red (N-TX) 0, OT
ESC-Calli Cooper (115)
 
Under 19
Birmingham United SA (AL) 1, D'Feeters (N-TX) 0
USA-Alexandra Russell (38)



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