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Massachusetts sets pace at Presidents Cup
July 21st, 2009 8AM

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Massachusetts produced two winners -- the Crusaders United under-16 boys and Sachem FC under-17 girls -- at the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer Presidents Cup finals held at the WRAL Soccer Complex in Cary, N.C. For all results and goal scorers of the boys and girls championship and consolation finals ...

Under-14 Girls:
Final:
Little Illini (IL) 3, Premier FC (WA) 0
Goals: Dagny Olson (29, 31), Jenna Ayers (43)
Consolation:
FC Stars of Mass (MA) 0, Greenville Stars (NC) 0

Under-15 Girls:
Final:
Kosmos Fire (E-NY) 3, Rush (CA-S) 3 - PKs 5-4
Goals: Kosmos: Shannon Murphy (4), Stephanie Morini (12), Brittany Muller (92)
Rush: Aliyah Brown (35), Megan Morgenstern (52, 110)
Consolation:
Invaders (IN) 1, Albion Hurricane (S-TX) 1
Goals: Invaders: Katherine Magliolo (39); Albion: Tori Karr (19)

Under-16 Girls:
Final:
MSC Lady Strikers (TN) 3, West Michigan Fire Jrs. (MI) 1
Goals: Strikers: Lauren Bennett (8), Brooke Zeis (59), Morgan Thomason (66)
Fire: Lindsey Beiri (53)
Consolation:
Wall Inferno (NJ) 1, Snohomish United (WA) 0
Goal: Claire Donohue (77)

Under-17 Girls:
Final:
Sachem FC (MA) 2, CFC United (CA-S) 1
Goals: Sachem: Kristina Braga (55), Own Goal (100); CFC: Courtney Garrity (60)
Consolation:
New Bern SC (NC) 0, FC Dallas 92 (N-TX) 0

Under-14 Boys
Final:
Los Alamitos Titans (CA-S) 3, Hurst United FC (N-TX) 1
Goals: Titans: Mario Cruz (26), Javier Hernandez (44), Alejandro Martinez (70+); Hurst: Unknown (51)
Consolation:
Rolla Knights (MO) 0, Wilson Jr. Soccer Club (N-TX) 0

Under-15 Boys
Final:
Thunder United (S-TX) 1, Santa Barbara SC (CA-S) 0
Goal: Javier Lopez (10)
Consolation:
Scott Gallagher (MO) 1, Lake Grove Vipers (E-NY) 1
Goals: Gallagher: Anthony Pritchett (5); Vipers: Unknown (63)

Under-16 Boys
Final:
Crusaders United (MA) 2, Mako United (FL) 2 - PKs 5-4
Goals: Crusaders: Tyler Savonen (51), Andrew Sheridan (78); Mako: Jonathan Quintero (26), Jermaine Hibbert (70)
Consolation:
Bakersfield Brigade (CA-S) 3, NWI United (IN) 0
Goals: Freddy Reyes (3), Joshua Ramirez (37), Juan Olivares Jr. (54)

Under-17 Boys
Final:
Spartans FC (MD) 4, Indiana Magic (IN) 1
Goals: Spartans: Bryant Ventura (20), Royer Rosales (38) (80), Michael Benavides (58); Magic: Unknown
Consolation:
Conquist America (CA-S) 8, CASL Premier (NC) 0
Goals: Efren Cordova (1) (12) (40), Adrian Esparza (27) (57), Onesimo Ruiz Jr. (52), Luis Astorga (85), Marco Perez (86)



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