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FC Dallas opens U-17/18 play with win
July 12th, 2010 3:57PM
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[FINALS WEEK DAY 1]FC Dallas, the lone MLS entrant, opened play in the Under-17/18 Age Group at the Development Academy's Finals Week with a 1-0 win over Crossfire Premier on Sunday night. For all the Day 1 game summaries ...

DAY 1:
FC Dallas 1 Crossfire 0.
FCD –Baladez (Robledo) 75th minute
FC Dallas --Cortes, Gomez (Ambrose, 90), Premenko,  Gerondale, Hernandez, Ulloa, Duran, Rosales (Adams, 52), Baladez (Figueroa, 79), Perez (Robledo, 71) Luna.
Crossfire --Weakly, Ocampo, Smith, Ryan, Bacic, Garibay, Oganga, Schott, Monroy (Grisham, 46, Powell, 63), Rowe, Kelly.

CASL Chelsea FC Academy 2 Derby County Wolves 1.
CASL –Delbridge 33rd minute
CASL – Wescoe (Forsyth) 68
DCW – Barens 90+6
CASL Chelsea FC Academy -- Griffin, Forsyth, Liberatore, Scott, Steber (Wyatt, 88), Root, Rafferty, Girard, Wescoe (Frongello, 86), Pace (Peterson, 69), Delbridge (Jaibat, 59)
Derby County Wolves -- Grinwis, Grigorakis (Catic, 55), Prys, Barens, Keener, Hicklin (El-Zein, 90+5), Jordan, Henderson, VanSlooten (Bedell, 80), Loosee, Magee (Weberman, 80)

Baltimore Bays Chelsea 4 Concorde Fire 1.
CON – Davidson (Rodriguez) 3rd minute
BBC – Kirkwood (Makinde) 43
BBC – Kansaye  64
BBC – Caringi (Caltabiano)  66
BBC – Raley (Caltabiano) 67
Baltimore Bays Chelsea --Peitsch (Benzig, 88), Meyer, Ballo, Cahalan (Fernandez, 25; Guzman, 80), Makinde (Bullington, 65), Dennis, Kirkwood, Caltabiano (Graham, 68), Kansaye, Caringi (Weiner, 74), Raley (Molloy, 83).
Concorde Fire -- Moore, Hemmer, Hemmer, Papanikolopoulos, Sullivan, Miller (Aburime, 61), McGill (MacKenzie, 54), Sandland (King, 45),  Rodriguez, McCrary (McWhorter, 79),  Cruz (Davidson, 2).

Vardar 1 Real So Cal 1.
VAR –Jacobson (Stanko) 19th minute
RSC –Orozco (penalty)  83
Vardar --Jebson, Schewee, Carroll, Dillon, Teixeira, McClellan (Lipari, 51, Folino, 74; Kaba, 82), Schrauben (Alashe, 61), Stanko, Dolot, Jacobson (Skamiera, 76), Harris
Real So Cal --Parsa (Gold, 46);, Snedigar (Hanley, 79), Orozco, Giron, Cabrera (Ramirez, 76), Koval, Malden (Benavidez, 30), Orozco, Garcia (Monteroza, 71), Chavez,  Rivas (Ball, 56).



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  1. William Coleman
    commented on: July 14, 2010 at 10 a.m.
    The coverage is great and appreciated. Accuracy? Not so good. Several players that are either not rostered or didn't make the trip are listed as playing. Lineups & substitutions are incorrect also

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