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Double wins for Eclipse Select and Sting
July 21st, 2010 11:29PM
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[NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS] Eclipse Select and Sting were the big girls winners with two victories apiece on Day 1 of the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Overland Park, Kan.

Eclipse Select knocked off the defending champion FC Bucks Vipers, 2-0, in the U-19 age group, while its U-18s, the defending champions in their age group, beat AFC Lightning White, 3-0.

Sting opened with 7-0 and 1-0 wins in the U-15 and U-14 divisions, respectively.

Sting's Madelyn Crabtree had three goals in the U-15s' win over Beadling.

The day's top scorer was Mc Kenzie Meehan with four goals for Scorpions Elite in their 6-3 win over the Dallas Texans Red.

Under-19 Girls
Eclipse Select IL 2 FC Bucks Vipers PA-E 0
ECL - Mary Kubiuk (45, 63)
Lonestars Red TX-S 3 South Alameda County Northstars CA-N 2
LS91 - Vanessa Ibuwieke (41)  (45) | CANS - Marisa Schneider (49, 50) | LS91 - Rachel Lenz (72)

Under-18 Girls
Eclipse Select IL 3 AFC Lightning White GA 0

ECLS - Samantha Scofield (38, 77) | ECLS - Ariana Kulinczenko (52)   
Laguna Hills Eclipse White CA-S 1 McLean MPS Dragons VA 0
LHSC - Briana Campos (78)

Under-17 Girls
D'Feeters TX-N 1 Michigan Hawks MI 0

FEET - Cenayda Guzman (82)   
So Cal Blues CA-S 3 Slammers FC CA-S 0
SCBD - Callan Parra (37) | SCBD - Emily Goldstein (62) | SCBD - Kaylie Davidson (78)
Syosset Sting Elite NY-E 3 Real So Cal White CA-S 0
SYOS - Alissa Bianculli (29) | SYOS - Emily Banes (64) | SYOS - Amy Marron (85)

Under-16 Girls
 
CO Rush Nike  CO 2 McLean MPS Strikers VA 1
RUSH - Lindsey Horan (47) | MCLN - Katie Yensen (58) | RUSH - Maddison Kiebel (75)
NSA Premier Fury IL 1 NASA 12 Elite II GA 1
NSA  - Christina Ordonez (54) | NASA - Emily Sonnett (5) 
Solar Red TX-N 3 MN Thunder Academy Blue MN 1
SR94 - Jade Dapaah (4) | SR94 - Quynh-nhu Truong (16) | MN94 - Lauren Nash (24) | SR94 - Taylor Smith (47)

Under-15 Girls

Scorpions Elite MA 6 Dallas Texans Red TX-N 3
SCRP - Mc Kenzie Meehan (2, 50, 59, 70) | DTR - Sophie Groff (18) |DTR - Jasmine Hart (43, 62) | SCRP - Lauren Berman (73)  |  SCRP - Mikayla Williams (79)
JB Marine MO 2 Real Colorado National CO 2
JBMW - Adalie Schmidt (7) | JBMW - Melanie Donaldson (73) | REAL - Phyllis Anthony (19, 35)
Sting TX-N 7 Beadling PA-W 0
ST95 - Madelyn Crabtree (3, 12, 51) | ST95 - Katherine Martin (17) | ST95 - Lauren Selaiden (25) | ST95 - Meagan McCullough (41) (47)

Under-14 Girls
  
Foothill MVLA Lightning CA-N 1 Michigan Hawks Black MI 0
MVLA - Gabriella Kaplan (33)   
Sting TX-N 1 SA of Columbia United Premier MD 0
ST96 - Mckenna Whitaker (33)



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