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Region I claims both boys ODP titles
December 30th, 2010 11:01PM

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[YOUTH] Region I won both the 1994 and 1995 championships at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Boys Super Group played at Disney's Soccer Showcase presented by the Chelsea Football Club in Orlando, Fla.

Region I captured first place in the 1994 group with a 1-0 victory over Region III on Daniel Bedoya's goal in the 70th minute. The loss was the first of the week for Region III.

Region I won the 1995 group thanks to a better overall record over Region III after a 1-1 tie today. Region I grabbed the lead on a goal from Peter Pearson in the 40th minute, but Region III didn’t take long to answer as Tyler Long equalized in the 46th minute.

Championships
1994 Region I 1, Region III 0
Goal Scorer: Region I: Daniel Bedoya (70)
1995 Region I 1, Region III 1
Goal Scorers: Region I: Peter Pearson (40); Region III: Tyler Long (46)

Third-Place Games
1994 Region I 4, Region II 0
Goal Scorers: Region IV: Emmanuel Boateng (4, 19) Eduardo Sanchez (14) Mathew Arbogast (30)
1995 Region IV 0, Region II 0
 
Day 1
1994 Region I 0 Region IV 0
1994 Region III 1 Region II 0
Goal Scorers: Marlon Hairston (70)
1995 Region I 1 Region IV 0
Goal Scorers: Kelvin Centeno (70)
1995 Region III 2 Region II 0
Goal Scorers: Ricardo Castro Ramos (8) Jacob Garza (44)

Day 2
1994 Region IV 1 Region II 0
Goal Scorers: Region IV #8 (17)
1994 Region I 0 Region III 0
1995 Region IV 2 Region II 1
Goal Scorers: Region IV: Alejandro Espinoza (4) Dominic Chavez (62); Region II: Eduardo Gamboa (24)
1995 Region I 2 Region III 2
Goal Scorers: Region I: Andrew Tinari (47) Taylor Dempsey (49); Region III: Luis Betancur-Castro (30) Jonathan Jarrett (42)

Day 3
1994 Region I 6 Region II 2
Goal Scorers: Region I: Darius Madison (17, 58) Daniel Bedoya (64, 70) Jackson Eskay (66) Josh Mercer (78); Region II: Juan Mendez (5) Gabriel Christianson (25)
1994 Region IV 2 Region III 2
Goal Scorers: Region  IV: Mathew Tilley (45) Josh Miller (80); Region III: Evaldo Pedro (8) (68)
1995 Region I 1 Region II 0
Goal Scorer: Region I: Michael Pcholinsky (70)
1995 Region IV 1 Region III 1
Goal Scorers: Region IV: Trevor Hyman (6); Region III: Daniel Johnson (45)



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