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Dallas Texans claim two boys titles at Disney's Showcase
January 3rd, 2011 7:29PM
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[YOUTH] The Dallas Texans won two championships apiece in the Academy and Showcase brackets at the Disney's Soccer Showcase presented by Chelsea Football Club in Orlando, Fla.

Besides the Texans (U-19), other Academy champions were Lonestar and Weston FC (U-19) and Texas Rush Auxerre (U-17).

Chelsea's entrant in the U-17 division finished fourth in its bracket.

Boys U-19 Academy Blue
Final
Lonestar 2 Baltimore Bays Chelsea 1
Consolation
Dallas Texans 3 Clearwater Chargers 2

Boys U-19 Academy Black
Final
Weston FC 1 Solar Chelsea 0
Consolation
Texans/Houston 3 North Meck SC 2

Boys U-18 Showcase A
Final
CESA 3 Alpharetta Ambush Red 0
Consolation
Classic FC Gladiators 3 Synergy 1

Boys U-18 Showcase B
Final
GSA Phoenix Red 3 Yardley Makefield Soccer 0
Consolation
Triangle Futbol 3 Florida Nike Rush 2

Boys U-17 Showcase A
Final
Tulsa SC Black 1 FC Alliance Black 0
Consolation
CUP Crew Jrs. Gold 4 Lou Fusz SC Gold 2

Boys U-17 Showcase B
Final
Florida Rush Nike 2 Javanon 1
Consolation
Grand Rapids Crew Juniors 2 New Mexico Rush Nike 1

Boys U-17 Showcase C
Final
Annandale United FC 3 Chicago Fire Juniors 1
Consolation
Blast FC Red 2 Bayside United Aston Villa 1

Boys U-17 Academy Black
Final
Texas Rush Auxerre 1 Sockers FC Chicago 0
Consolation
North Meck SC 1 Lonestar 0

Boys U-17 Academy Blue
Final
Dallas Texans 2 Baltimore Bays Chelsea 0
Consolation
Concorde Fire Elite 2 Chelsea Football Academy 1

Boys U-16 Showcase A
Final
Lemont Raiders FC 2 Team Ohio FC Juventus 0
Consolation
Bethesda 2 Concorde Fire Elite 0

Boys U-16 Showcase B
Final
Albion SC White 1 Solar 0
Consolation
Lake Grove United 3 Reston SA Knights FC 0

Boys U-15 Showcase A
Final
Dallas Texans Red Dallas 2 Baltimore Bays 1
Consolation
CASL Elite 4 SAA Real Madrid 1

Boys U-15 Showcase B
Final
Concorde Fire Elite 1 Solar 0
Consolation
Michigan Wolves 5 Penn Fusion SA 0



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