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Long Cal Odyssey continues
by Paul Kennedy, July 16th, 2009 8:45PM
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The Cal Odyssey, the No. 31 seed when the U-15/16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs began, advanced to Friday's final against the top-seed Derby County Wolves (TV: ESPN Classic, 7 pm PT/10 pm ET), earning a 1-1 tie with Washington Premier Thursday at the Home Depot Center to clinch the Group 2 crown.

The Fresno area club had earlier won its first two matches at Finals Week, so it only needed a tie to advance. Jose Segura's penalty kick gave the Odyssey its only goal of the game.

In Group A, the Wolves, who had already wrapped up first place, fell to the New York Red Bulls, 2-0. In the other game, FC Dallas came from two goals down to tie Chicago Magic AS Monaco, 2-2.

FC Dallas star Brian Leyva is the Finals Week leading scorer with four goals.

GROUP 1
July 11
Chicago Magic AS Monaco 4 New York Red Bulls 1
Magic -- Horton (Engel)  16
NYRB --  Manosalvas (pen.) 25
Magic -- Engel (pen.) 57
Magic -- Horton 60
Magic -- Caban 70

Derby County Wolves 3 FC Dallas 1
DCW -- Losee 62
DCW -- Tyler (Weberman) 69
FCD -- Leyva 78
DCW -- Losee (Magee) 82

July 13
FC Dallas 3 New York Red Bulls 0
FCD -- Leyva    24
FCD -- Leyva    28
FCD -- Luna    42

Derby County Wolves 1Chicago Magic AS Monaco 0
DCW -- Hicklin 65

July 15
New York Red Bulls 2Derby County Wolves 0
NYRB -- Gonzalez 6
NYRB -- Lyle 41

Chicago Magic AS Monaco 2FC Dallas 2
Magic -- Bushue  (pen.) 1
Magic -- Wilkins  36
FCD -- Leyva (Luna) 37
FCD -- Garcia 38

Final Standings
TEAM W L T F GA P
Derby Cty. Wolves 2 1 0 4 3 6
Chicago Magic ASM 1 1 1 6 4 4
FC Dallas 1 1 1 6 5 4
N.Y. Red Bulls 1 2 0 3 7 3

GROUP 2
July 11
PDA 1 Washington Premier 0
PDA -- Allen 38

Cal Odyssey 1 Greensboro Youth 0
Odyssey -- Antognoli (Trejo)  65

July 13
Washington Premier 2
Greensboro Youth 1
GYS -- Alvarez (Kanneh) 66
WAP -- Cox 15
WAP -- Cox 18

Cal Odyssey 1 PDA 0
Odyssey -- Biijev (Newmark) 29

July 15
Cal Odyssey 1Washington Premier 1
Odyssey -- Jose Segura (pen.) 60
WAP -- Jones 75

PDA 2 Greensboro Youth 0
PDA -- Thomsen  (Uttaro) 29
PDA -- Allen (Thomsen) 36

Final Standings
TEAM W L T F GA P
Cal Odyssey 2 0 1 3 1 7
PDA 2 1 0 3 1 6
Wash. Premier 1 1 1 3 3 4
Greensboro Youth 0 3 0 1 4 0



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