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Georgia sets the standard
by Paul Kennedy, June 24th, 2010 3:14AM
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[REGION III BOYS] Georgia led all state associations with four teams in the boys finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships in Baton Rouge, La. Concorde Fire Elite captured the under-15 title and finished second in the under-16 division.

In the U-17 age group, Alpharetta Ambush Red beat GSA Phoenix Red, 4-1, in an all-Georgia final, scoring three times in the overtime. GSA Phoenix Red is headed to the National Championships as the National League champion.

Concorde's big forward, Cameron Moseley, drove in the winner in the 54th minute to lead it past Mexicas (S-TX), 1-0l in the under-15 final.

Concorde fell to RSL Florida, 2-1 in overtime in the U-16 final.

Triangle United SA Gold was the only team to repeat as champions as they knocked off Edmond OFC, 4-1.

Lonestars Red won the under-14 championship without conceding a goal during the entire tournament.

Under-14 Boys
Lonestar Red (S-TX) 1, Charlotte SA Predator (NC) 0
Goal Scorer: Andrew Lopez (52)
 
Under-15 Boys
Concorde Fire Elite (GA) 1, Mexicas (S-TX) 0
Goal Scorer: Cameron Moseley (54)
 
Under-16 Boys
RSL Florida (FL) 2, Concorde Fire Elite (GA) 1
Goals: RSL - Lakota Thomas (42), Travis Jehs (102)
Concorde -  Adrian Alabi (68)
 
Under-17 Boys
Alpharetta Ambush Elite Red (GA) 4, GSA Phoenix Red (GA) 1
Goals: Ambush - Alhagi Toure (76, 117), Karl Chester (95), Jaime Sanclemente (120); GSA - Iain Smith (90)
 
Under-18 Boys
TUSA Gold (NC) 4, Edmond OFC (OK) 1
Goals: TUSA - Sebastian Garner (45), Robert Lovejoy, III (53, 78), Zabarle Kollie (84)
OFC - Andrew Hall (63)
 
Under-19 Boys
Andromeda Navy (N-TX) 1, Black Rebels (S-TX) 0
Goal: Alexei Reyes (36)



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