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Bays win third straight under-15 title
July 25th, 2010 5:36PM

TAGS:  youth boys


[NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS] The Baltimore Bays Chelsea won the under-15 boys title for the third year in a row, EastSide United FC captured Oregon's first national title and girls powers Eclipse Select and Slammers FC earned boys titles, highlighting the boys finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Overland Park, Kan.

Under-18 Boys
EastSide United FC 91 Liverpool Red (OR) 1, Shattuck-St. Mary’s (MN) 0
U.S. under-17 forward Mikhail Doholis scored in the 30th minute to claim the first national championship for Oregon.

EastSide's squad included midfielders Steven Evans and Ricardo Carrillo, who contributed in the Portland Timbers U-23s' perfect 16-0-0 regular-season in PDL play.

Golden Ball: Steven Evans, EastSide United FC Liverpool (OR)
Golden Glove: Ryan Harding, EastSide United FC Liverpool (OR)

Under-17 Boys
Alpharetta Ambush Red (GA) 4, St. Louis Scott Gallagher (MO) 1
Ambush’s Karl Chester, who has committed to UAB, scored the first two goals to give him a tournament-high seven goals.

Scott Stiffler brought St. Louis within one, but Cory Plasker and Joshua Boone secured Ambush’s championship title with late goals.

Golden Ball: Karl Chester, Alpharetta Ambush Red (GA)
Golden Glove: Kevin Quintana, Alpharetta Ambush Red (GA)

Under-16 Boys
Slammers FC (CA-S) 1, RSL Florida 93 (FL) 0
Early in the second half, midfielder Kyle Chin broke through to put the Slammers on the board and give them their first boys title. They have won three girls titles (2002, 2003 and 2005).

Golden Ball: Mason Case, Slammers FC (CA-S)
Golden Glove: Daniel Boyer, Slammers FC (CA-S)

Under-15 Boys
Baltimore Bays Chelsea (MD) 2, Albion White (CA-S) 1 OT
The Bays beat Albion for the first time in three meetings. Albion won, 1-0, in National League play and again, 2-0, in group play match Friday.

But the Bays, who have claimed at least one national title since 2005, won the under-15 boys title for the third year in a row.

The took only four minutes for the Bays to take the lead on Romilio Hernandez's goal.  Albion leveled the match in the 13th off a Shane Mahvi strike. Christian Porras hit what would be the game winner in overtime.

Golden Ball: Oscar Ortega, Albion White (CA-S)
Golden Glove: Matt Sanchez, Baltimore Bays Chelsea (MD)

Under-14 Boys
Eclipse Select (IL) 2, Crossfire Premier (WA) 1
Eclipse Select of Illinois went into the weekend with five national championships, all on the girls side. It won its first boys title Saturday in stoppage time when Michael Catalano hit the game winner.

Five minutes in, Brian Werchek gave Eclipse the 1-0 advantage. Werchek’s goal looked like it would hold until Henry Wingo added his third goal on the week in the 60th minute.

Golden Ball: Lloyd Chatfield, Eclipse (IL)
Golden Glove: James Barkei, Eclipse (IL)

  1. Carey Schumacher
    commented on: July 25, 2010 at 10:13 p.m.
    RE: U15 Boys, your 1st sentence does not make sense at all. You say "The Bays beat Albion for the third time in three meetings," then you describe how Albion beat Baltimore two times before losing to them in the championship game. That's not quite "three wins in three meetings." More like 1 win in 3 meetings.
  1. Ralph Leftwich
    commented on: July 25, 2010 at 10:28 p.m.
    Great work by Eastside United. They are the second team to win a championship from Oregon. FC Portland won in 1994.

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