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Sting is lone double winner
June 24th, 2010 3:15AM
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[REGION III GIRLS] North Texas placed a team in every girls final at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships that concluded on Wednesday, but only one of them was from the Dallas Texans, Soccer America's No. 1 girls club, and they fell in the under-19 final to Lonestars Red.

Sting was the only double winner in the under-14 final against Lonestars Red and under-15 final against Hurricane Rhein of Oklahoma.

The other Dallas area winners were Solar Red (U-16s) and D'Feeters (U-17s).

The Dallas Texans' U-15s qualified for the National Championships as the National League champions.

Under-14 Girls
Sting (N-TX) 2, Lonestars Red (S-TX) 1
Goals: Sting - Victoria Gates (14), Victoria Bowman (35); Lonestars - Alexis Urch (53)
 
Under-15 Girls
Sting (N-TX) 1, Hurricane FC Rhein (OK) 0
Goal: Kendall McKnight (8)
 
Under-16 Girls
Solar Red (N-TX) 3, ASA Xtreme Elite (GA) 0
Goals: Brinkley Field (13), Loudell Crumpler (50), Quynh-nhu Truong (80)
 
Under-17 Girls
D'Feeters (N-TX) 2, Ponte Vedra Storm (FL) 1
Goals: D’Feeters - Chioma Ubogagu (9) (90)
Storm - Carson Pickett (45)
 
Under-18 Girls
AFC Lightning White (GA) 2, Sting (N-TX) 1
Goals: AFC - Amanda McCalla (13), Amanda McCalla (25)
Sting - Danielle Nottingham (72)
 
Under-19 Girls
Lonestars Red (S-TX) 2, Dallas Texans (N-TX) 1
Goals: Lonestars - Jessica Fuston (85), Vanessa Ibuwieke (89)
Texans - Kimberly Castleberry (65)



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