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July 21st, 2009 8AM
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D.C. United's Andy Najar, a high school sophomore, FC Greater Boston's Charlie Rugg, who is headed to Boston College, and FC Dallas striker Bryan Leyva, who has courted by clubs in Mexico, France and Spain, were the top scorers at U.S. Development Academy Finals Week with four goals apiece. For all the leading scorers ...

UNDER-17/18 AGE GROUP
Andy Najar,  D.C. United 4
Charlie Rugg, FC Greater Boston 4
Zachery Barnes, Dallas Texans 2
Luis Calzadilla, IMG Academy 2
Matthew Sanner, Carmel United FC 2
Martin Murphy, CASL Chelsea FC Academy 2
Michael Funes,  D.C. United 2
Chris Hegngi,  D.C. United 2
Ryan Finley, PDA 2
Hunter Gorskie, PDA 2
J.P. Rosero, PDA 2
Gideon Gyasi, FC Greater Boston 2
Nikita Kotlov, Carmel United FC 2
Andres Acevedo, IMG Academy 2

UNDER-15/16 AGE GROUP
Bryan Leyva, FC Dallas 4
Jamael Cox, Washington Premier 4
Aaron Horton, Chicago Magic AS Monaco 3
Brandon Allen, PDA 3
Jonathon Top, FC Dallas 2
Reed Losee, Derby County Wolves 2
Darwin Jones, Washington Premier 2
Victor Manosalvas, NYRB
Tyler Engel, Chicago Magic AS Monaco 2



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