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Americans lead Tigres to titles
April 23rd, 2011 1:30AM

TAGS:  fc dallas, mexico, youth boys


[DALLAS CUP] Led by its U.S. imports, Tigres of Mexico won the Under-17 title and shared the Super Group championship with Eintracht Frankfurt after a weather-shortened final at the Dr Pepper Dallas Cup. FC Dallas and Southern California clubs Fullerton Rangers and Nomads Academy won titles in the U-15 to U-13 age groups.

Tigres beat Santa Clara Sporting, the only American team to play on the final day of play in the upper age groups, 2-0, in the U-17 age Isaac Martinez and Houston product Uvaldo Luna, who has played with the U.S. U-18s.

U.S. U-20 midfielder Moises Orozco scored the lone goal for Tigres, based out of Monterrey, in the Super Group final halted after 65 minutes because of a thunderstorm.

The tie marked the first time in the 32-year history of the Dallas Cup that two teams shared the Super Group title.

England's Knowsley Youth won the U-19 title, and Estudiantes Tecos defeated Chivas, 3-2, in the all-Guadalajara U-16 championship game.

FC Dallas' bid to become the first MLS team to win the Super Group at the Dallas Cup came to an end Friday when it fell to Tigres of Mexico, 5-0, in the semifinals. The first two goals were scored by a pair of U.S. U-20s, Orozco and Victor Garza. Tigres also started Orozco's cousin, Emilio, a former U.S. U-17 resident.

Super Group
Arsenal (England) 0 Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 2
FC Dallas USSF U17/18 Academy 0 Tigres (Mexico) 5
Tigres (Mexico) 1 Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 1

Ajax Gunners (Canada) 3 Davis Legacy 0
Knowsley Youth (England) 8 Santos FC (USA) 3
CZ-Elite 6 Dallas Texans Red 0
Lewisham College (England) 1 Solar Chelsea USSF U17/18 Academy 2
Ajax Gunners (Canada) 1 Solar Chelsea USSF U17/18 Academy 0
Knowsley Youth (England) 2 CZ-Elite 1
Knowsley Youth (England) 4 Ajax Gunners (Canada) 2

Brasilis FC (Brazil) 1 CFI Guadalajara (Mexico) 0
Tigres (Mexico) 1 Prepa Tec FB (Mexico) 0
LD Alajuelense (Costa Rica) 3 Solar Chelsea USSF U15/16 Academy 1
West Side Metro Premier 0 Santa Clara Sporting 4
Brasilis FC (Brazil) 0 Santa Clara Sporting 1
Tigres (Mexico) 2 LD Alajuelense (Costa Rica) 1
Tigres (Mexico) 2 Santa Clara Sporting 0

MTH PAC Tigres 3 FCB Escola Monterrey (Mexico) 1
Cosmos Academy West 4 CD Guadalajara Chivas (Mexico) 5
PTSC Timber Wolves (Canada) 4 Real Salt Lake-AZ USSF U15/16 Academy 3
Houston Dynamo USSF Academy 2 Estudiantes Tecos (Mexico) 4
MTH PAC Tigres 2 Estudiantes Tecos (Mexico) 3
CD Guadalajara Chivas (Mexico) 6 PTSC Timber Wolves (Canada) 1
Estudiantes Tecos (Mexico) 3 CD Guadalajara Chivas (Mexico) 2

Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 5 Chicago Fire Juniors DA 2
FC Golden State 4 India U-15 National Team 3
West Pines United FC Premier Black  0 FC Dallas Premier  1
Milan FC 1 Solar SC 2
Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany) 4 Solar SC 5
FC Golden State 0 FC Dallas Premier 1
FC Dallas Premier 2 Solar SC 0

Oklahoma FC 3 Texas Rush Nike 1
Fullerton Rangers 4 Lonestars Pre-USSF Academy 2
Andromeda SC White 4 Solar SC Red 1
Dallas Texans Red 0 FC Dallas Premier 2
Oklahoma FC 0 FC Dallas Premier 3
Fullerton Rangers 3 Andromeda SC White 0
Fullerton Rangers 1 FC Dallas Premier 0

Houstonians FC Red 1 Solar SC Red 0
Nomads Academy 3 Beach FC 1
Cosmos Academy West 0 Solar SC 2
Seleccion RCL Soccer (Mexico) 1 Sparta Premier 0
Houstonians FC Red 2 Seleccion RCL Soccer (Mexico) 1
Nomads Academy 3 Solar SC 0
Nomads Academy 5 Houstonians FC Red 2

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