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Agorsor leads Bays to nationals
July 8th, 2009 8:45PM
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Chris Agorsor, whose freshman season at the University of Virginia was cut short by a knee injury, helped lead the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays to a shootout win over the FC Delco Blast, scoring the Bays' equalizer in the under-19 final at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region I Championships at the Barboursville Soccer Complex in Barboursville, W.Va.

Agorsor is one of the most highly regarded players to come out of the youth ranks in recent years, leading the Bays to two national titles -- 2006 U-16 U.S. Youth Soccer national champions and 2008 U.S. Soccer Development Academy U-17/18 champions.

The U-14 Dix Hill Thunder was the only team to win back-to-back Region I boys titles. The Thunder was one of three Eastern New York teams to win regional boys crowns.

The YMS Xplosion, third in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League, edged Seacoast United Maine, 2-0, on overtime goals by Emanuel Sanchez and Eduardo Guerrero.

REGION I FINALS
Under-12 8v8 Boys
VYS Premier Red (VA) 2,  Great Falls Cougars (VA) 0
Goals: VYS- James Fillerman (5:00), Adam Gardner (50:00)

Under-12 Boys
Beachside (CT) 1, Manhattan Kickers (E-NY) 0
Goal: Austin Sims (34:00)

Under-13 Boys
Piscataway Chelsea (NJ) 3, Bethesda Fire (MD) 2
Goals: Chelsea-Ivan Mosquera (45:00), Juan Rojas (46:00), Michael Papakonstantiou (56:00)
Fire- Akeem Ward (15:00), Joshua Golob (63:00)

Under-14 Boys
Dix Hills Thunder (E-NY) 1, NJSA 04 United (NJ) 0
Goal: Richard Robinson (20:00)

Under-15 Boys
Spirit United Celtic (E-PA) 1, Baltimore Bays (MD) 0
Goal: Keegan Rosenberry (49:00)

Under-16 Boys
Hicksville Strikers (ENY) 2, MPS McLean Hurricanes (VA) 1 (PK)
Goals: Strikers- Matthew Wendelken (70:00); Hurricanes- Salgle Madnick (21:00)

Under-17 Boys
YMS Xplosion (E-PA) 2, Seacoast United Maine (ME) 0 (OT)
Goal: Emanuel Sanchez (95:00), Eduardo Guerrero (105:00)

Under-18 Boys
East Fishkill Thunder (E-NY) 1, PDA Cruyff (NJ) 0
Goal: Thunder- Mike Dix (28:00)

Under-19 Boys
Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (MD) 2, FC Delco Blast (E-PA) 1 (PK)
Goals: Bays-Christopher Agorsor (39:00); Delco- Matthew Margiotta (31:00)

REGION I SEMIFINALS
Under-12 8v8 Boys
VYS Premier Red (VA) 2, Clifton Park Cobra (E-NY) 0
Great Falls Cougars (VA) 5, Odyssey Sport (ME) 2

Under-12 Boys
Manhattan Kickers (E-NY) 3, Lehigh Valley United (EPA) 1
Beachside (CT) 3, FC Westchester (E-NY) 1

Under-13 Boys
Bethesda Fire (MD) 1, FC Westchester (E-NY) 0
Piscataway Chelsea (NJ) 1, Lehigh Valley United (E-PA) 0

Under-14 Boys
Dix Hills Thunder (E-NY) 3, FC Delco Cannibals (E-PA) 2 (PK 6-5)
NJSA 04 United (NJ) 2, Beadling (PA-W) 0

Under-15 Boys
Baltimore Bays (MD) 3, PDA Ronaldo (NJ) 0
Spirit United Celtic (E-PA) 1, PSC Coppa 93 (E-PA) 0

Under-16 Boys
MPS McLean Hurricanes (VA) 3, DE United FC Blizzard (DE) 1
Hicksville Strikers (ENY) 2, Synergy United FC (VT) 1

Under-17 Boys
Seacoast United Maine (ME) 2, Beachside (CT) 1
YMS Xplosion (E-PA) 4, Bruno United (RI) 0

Under-18 Boys
PDA Cruyff (NJ) 3, V/E Blast (E-PA) 0
East Fishkill Thunder (E-NY) 2, Spirit United Premier (E-PA) 0

Under-19 Boys
Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (MD) 1, Boston Bolts (MA) 0
FC Delco Blast (E-PA) 1, Yonkers United Tornados (E-NY) 0



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