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St. Louis Scott Gallagher goes for first
July 22nd, 2009 7:46AM

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[UNDER-14 BOYS] St. Louis Scott Gallagher, whose Busch and Gallagher teams have won 10 U.S. Youth Soccer boys championships but none at the under-14 level, and CASL Elite, the 2003 under-14 national championship, headline the field at the 2009 National Championships.

West Coast FC returns to the U-14 finals for the second time in three years, while the Dix Hills Thunder is winner of four straight Eastern New York and back-to-back Region I titles.

WEDNESDAY:
7:30 am ET
Field 4: CASL Elite vs. St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Field 5: Dix Hills Thunder vs. West Coast FC

CASL Elite
16 Yousef Asad
1 Bardia Asefnia
22 Andrew Barber
10 Jonathan Bennett
0 Grant Bishop
7 Nick Day
5 Evan De Ycaza
11 Kellen Foster
2 Yanni Hachem
14 Michael Hinkson
26 Jack Huber
9 Zane Laughery
17 Anthony Mosquera
13 Cam Moye
6 Davis Robinson
8 Ryan Thompson
Coach: John Bradford

Dix Hills Thunder
4 Myles Bent
3 Christopher Chavez
2 Kevin Chavez
7 Sam Ferber
23 Donovan Fraser
22 Jake Freeman
10 Dylan Greenberg
60 Jordan Gross
17 Jonathan Interiano
25 Alexander Leondis
13 Eric McKenna
11 Brett Nason
8 Richard Robinson
66 Matt Sherr
6 Gregory Silvestro
18 Matt Sussman
Coach: Bart Nason

St. Louis Scott Gallagher
10 Thomas Barlow
20 Devin Boyce
12 Joshua Burnett
1 Sean Clancy
3 Xhovani Dokaj
0 Ryan Gettinger
8 Joseph Grady
9 Keith Grieshaber
14 Jason Hackett
16 Brian Hail
6 John Hopson
5 Pesek Jason
7 Austin Ledbetter
11 Keegan McHugh
15 Stephen McMillian
4 Derek Merry
13 Mitchell Morris
2 Curtis Shillingsford
Coach: Kevin Kalish

West Coast FC
8 Kevin Baboiyan
5 Tyler Boyd
15 Ricky Brown
19 Cristian Canales
11 Weston Deane
4 Justin Dhillon
20 Tom Elsea
9 Eric Fabre
12 Kyle Heller
10 Nolan Mac
14 Lucas Miller
2 Alejandro Perez
16 Matthew Tilley
7 Gage Zerboni
Coach: Oliver Wyss



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