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YOUTH: U.S. U-15s go 1-3-0 in Austin
November 29th, 2005 4:23AM

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The U.S. Under-17 Æ90 team finished up the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP BoysÆ Thanksgiving Interregional on Monday morning with a 2-0 loss to Region II '89 to finish 1-3-0. Coach John Hackworth divided the 22 players on his roster into two teams, one comprising players already in U-17 Residency Program and the other of players being evaluated for a possible invitation into the program in the spring semester.

RESULTS:

Nov. 25 Region IV 1989 0-1 L --

Nov. 26 Region I 1989 0-7 L --

Nov. 27 Region III 1989 2-1 W Barerra, McLoughlin

Nov. 28 Region II 1989 0-2 L --



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