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Firsts for Georgia and Colorado
by Paul Kennedy, March 16th, 2010 5PM
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[ODP CHAMPIONSHIPS] Georgia won its first national championship and Colorado won its first girls title at the 2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Championships in Phoenix.

Georgia defeated the defending champion California South 1-0, on Iain Smith's goal in the 5th minute of the 1993 boys final.

Colorado matched its five goals in the semifinals, overwhelming Missouri, 5-1, in the 1993 girls final. Francesca Garzelloniof the Storm had first first two goals for Colorado.

California South left no doubt as to who the best 1994 boys team as it defeated Eastern New York, 4-0, in the championship match, giving it seven goals scored and none conceded at the tournament.

Gabriella Galantiof the Montclair United Thunderbolts added to her game-winning goal in overtime in the semifinals with two goals (30-yard free kick and penalty kick) in the second half, leading New Jersey back from a 1-0 deficit against California South in the 1994 girls final.
 
1993 Boys
Championship
Georgia 1, California South 0
Goal scorer: Iain Smith (5)
 
Consolation
Pennsylvania West 3, Minnesota 1
Goal Scorers: Pennsylvania West – Zachary Batteer (35, 55, 75); Minnesota – Andrew Rorick (5)

Semifinals
Georgia 2, Minnesota 1

Goal Scorers: Georgia – Dominic Bonilla (33), Iain Smith (87); Minnesota – Andrew Rorick (90)

California South 4, Pennsylvania West 1
Goal Scorers: California South – Steve Palacios (8), Ricardo Gutierrez (12), Fernando Hernandez (58, 90); Pennsylvania West – Zachary Batteer (88)

1994 Boys
Championship
California South 4, Eastern New York 0
Goal scorers: Ivan Hernandez (8), Justin Dhillon (42), Emilio Casas (65); Jared Hegardt (70)
 
Consolation
North Carolina 2, Iowa 2
Goal scorers: North Carolina – Garrett Van Nutt (60), Griffin Heffner (70); Iowa – Tyler Chavez (20), Danton Irelan (49)

Semifinals
California South 3, Iowa 0
Goal Scorers: Emilio Casas (16), Ivan Hernandez (40), Alberto Diaz (69)
 
Eastern New York 2, North Carolina 1
Goal Scorers: Eastern New York – Daniel Bedoya (55, 79); North Carolina – Matthew Tysinger (33)

1993 Girls
Championship
Colorado 5, Missouri 1
Goal scorers: Colorado – Francesca Garzelloni (15, 32), Darcy Jerman (70), Sarah Schweiss (82), Catherine Parchinski (90); Missouri – Shea Groom (53)

Consolation
Georgia 4, Eastern Pennsylvania 0
Goal scorers: Iyana Moore, Cheyna Williams (2), Anna Shea

Semifinals
Missouri 1, Eastern Pennsylvania 0
Goal Scorer: Shea Groom (80)
 
Colorado 5, Georgia 3
Goal Scorers: Colorado – Catherine Parchinski (2, 63), Carly Bolyard (46, 56), Darcy Jerman (65); Georgia – Erin Faulk (28), Cheyna Williams (75), Cara Smith (77)

1994 Girls
Championship
New Jersey 2, California South 1
Goal scorers: New Jersey – Gabriella Galanti (47, 68); California South – Megan Crosson (13)
 
Consolation
North Texas 3, Michigan 1
Goal scorers: North Texas – Jana Jeffery (24, 80), Jasmine Hart (68); Michigan – Mallory Weber (41, 50)

Semifinals
New Jersey 2, Michigan 1 (OT)
Goal Scorers: New Jersey – Brittany Ratcliffe (10), Gabriella Galanti (94); Michigan – Taylore Peterson (60)
 
California South 1, North Texas 0 (OT)
Goal Scorer: Jamie Fink (98).

Adidas Awards
1993 Girls
MVP – Francesca Garzelloni (CO)
Golden Glove – Andi Tostanoski (CO)

1993 Boys
MVP – Dominic Bonilla (GA)
Golden Glove – Jacob Tenzer (CA-S)

1994 Girls
MVP – Gabriella Galanti (NJ)
Golden Glove – Jillian McVicker (NJ)

1994 Boys
MVP – Emilio Casas (CA-S)
Golden Glove – Colin Webb (CA-S)



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