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Odyssey and Fire headed to final
July 14th, 2010 4:28AM

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[FINALS WEEK DAY 2] Cal Odyssey will again play for the Development Academy under-15/16 championship, advancing to the final at the Home Depot Center with a 2-1 win over Internationals. Odyssey will play the Chicago Fire, which beat MLS rival D.C. United, 2-0,  to clinch Group 1 after only two games. For all the Day 2 summaries ...

STANDINGS:
Group 1
6 Chicago Fire
2 De Anza Force
1 Sockers FC
1 D.C. United
Group 2
6 Cal Odyssey
2 Baltimore Bays Chelsea
1 Internationals
1 CASL Chelsea FC Academy

RESULTS:
Chicago Fire 2 D.C. United 0
FIRE – L.Medina (Conner) 20
FIRE – J.Medina (Ruta) 42
D.C. United -- Niedermeier; Wilkins (Aminzadeh, 40),  Manley, Robinson, Saldana (Bailey, 51); Hurtado, Russo (Cahe, 57),  Martin (Ismail, 72), Albrecht, Redondo (Vorv, 57); O'Shea (Amankwa, 40)
Chicago Fire -- Euler; Albert, Torres, Beasley, Caban; Barajas, Pineda, L.Medina, Connor; J.Medina (Borge, 46), Rios (Ruta, 40)
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Cal Odyssey 2 Internationals 1.
INT – Tattersall (Parianos) 9th minute
CAL – Antongoli II 48
CAL – Flores  69
Cal Odyssey -- Dishno; Gutierrez, Alvarez, Posada, Watson; Flores, Rodarte, Biswell, Medina (Patterson, 79), Bijev (Rueda, 80), Antongnoli II
Internationals -- Cash; Martin, Lekarev, Singleton, Blades;  Murrow, Foldesy, Viny, Wilson, Parianos; Tattersall
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Baltimore Bays Chelsea 0 CASL Chelsea FC Academy 0.
BBC -- A.Harris; Wenger (Breidenstein, 66), Greene, Shinsky, Andelman (Wulff, 69); Kovach (DeVinney, 40), Moses,  M.Harris, Anderson (Kennedy, 34); Gamble, Glos
CASL -- LaCivita; Oliver, Keesling, McAnallen; del Rosario,  Olofson (Jones, 59), Morales, Ray (Paussa, 49);  Roque (Castellanos, 55), Bokar, Vandermaas-Peeler
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Sockers FC 1 De Anza Force 1
DEA – Dean (Panayides) 6th minute
SOCK – Arns (Selvaggi)  31
Sockers FC -- Gal; Giovenco, Cole, Modzelewski; Pothast, Glaser, Wetterman, Chang; Arns, McKenzie, Selvaggi
De Anza Force -- Blanchette;  Edmonds, Panayides, Escobar (H.Herrera, 70), J.Herrera; Ruiz (Filipcyzk, 47), Trah (Madding, 41), Joya, Marechal (Bonomo, 41), Dean; Huffer.



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