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Baltimore Bays Chelsea set the pace
December 28th, 2009 8:30AM

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[BOYS U-17 SHOWCASE] Highly regarded 15-year-old Michael Gamble scored two goals to help the Baltimore Bays Chelsea to a 5-0 win over Campton United SC Navy in Sunday's Under-17 Boys Showcase action at Disney's Soccer Showcase.

Joseph Glos scored the first goal for the Bays, who won the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer National League and National Championships in the U-15 age group.

Gamble and Malcolm Harris, who both have spent time in the under-15 national team program, are among the Bays stars.

The Dallas Texans' academy team, which included several players from their 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer under-16 national championship team, opened with a 2-1 win over Weston FC.

The day's highest-scoring game involved Tulsa SC Red and Blast FC Red. The Oklahoma team emerged with a 6-4 win.

BOYS U-17 SHOWCASE
Dec. 27

Bracket A
Dallas Texans 2 Weston FC 2
Santa Clara Sporting 4 Chicago Fire Juniors Red 1
Bracket B
Elite FC Gladiators 2 Solar SC 2
Westside United FC 3 Penn Fusion SA Coppa 3
Bracket C
CESA Premier 2 Sockers FC Chicago 0
Foothill FC MLVA Raptors 0 Florida Rush Nike 0
Bracket D
Hicksville American SC Strikers 1 Concorde Fire 1
Blast FC Red 4 Tulsa SC Red 6
Bracket E
Alpharetta Ambush Red 1 Andromeda 1
Team Ohio SC COSA 0 Arslaval Conquerants Laval 1
Bracket F
Campton United Navy 0 Baltimore Bays Chelsea 5
GSA Phoenix Red 1 Florida Kickers 1



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