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Brentwood lone Tennessee hope left
June 22nd, 2011 7AM

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TAGS:  u.s. youth soccer, youth boys, youth girls

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Brentwood Premier is one win away from beginning the first Tennessee team to reach the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in almost 20 years. It moved into the under-17 girls final against NASA Elite of Georgia at the Region III championships in Murfreesboro, Tenn. For the Region III semifinal action ...

Dallas club Sting led all clubs with four girls teams in Wednesday's finals. The '95 and '96 Sting teams are defending regional champions.

Tuesday's wildest game involved a pair of Dallas rivals. Solar Chelsea beat Dallas Texans Red on penalty kicks after their game ended in a 3-3 tie with four of the six goals coming in overtime. Ian Sadler had a hat trick for the Texans.

U-19 BOYS
Cobb FC Premier (Ga.) 2 Lonestar Red (So. Texas)  1
Goal Scorers: Cobb - Muhammed Dumbuya (36), Joshua Lietch (85); Lonestar - Edgar Palacios (8);
Dallas Texans Dallas (No. Texas) 2 BUSA Elite (Ala.)  1
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Christodoulos Nousiadis (55), Alexander Reddy (59); BUSA - Blake Wise (69)

U-18 BOYS
TSC Red (Okla.) 2 GSA Phoenix Red (Ga.) 0
Goal Scorers: TSC - Juan Peralta (62), Milton Leopoldo (74)
Alpharetta Ambush Red (Ga.) 2 Chicago Fire Jrs. (La.) 1
Goal Scorers: Alpharetta - Cory Plasker (77), Sean Kelly (118); Chicago Fire Jrs. - Connor Randel (74)

U-17 BOYS
Florida Rush Nike 3 JYSC Fury (Fla.)  0
Goal Scorers: Rush - Jean Rivaroli (13), Andrew Spragg (20), Christian Taylor (81)
TSC Black (Okla.)  2 CESA Premier (S.C.)  1
Goal Scorers: CESA - John Cajka (13); TSC - Cristian Mata (73), Harrison Kane (77)

U-16 BOYS
CESA Premier (S.C.) 1 AHFC (So. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: Nicolas Poupore (38)
GCU Dynamo Blue (Miss.) 1 HFC Red (N.C.) 0
Goal Scorers: GCU - Jon Moreno (53)

U-15 BOYS
Solar Chelsea (No. Texas) 4 Dallas Texans Red (No. Texas) 3 (penalty kicks)
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Ian Sadler (12, 92, 95); Solar Chelsea - Yannick Koffi (50), Casey Eaton (101), Alan Winn (103)
GSA Phoenix Red (Ga.) 3 LAFC Houstonians (So. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: GSA - Christopher Morgan (39), Joseph Sandres (75), Gabriel Guerra (80)

U-14 BOYS
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (No. Texas) 2 Concorde Fire Elite (Ga.) 0
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Samuel Valadez (81, 91)
LAFC Houstonians (So. Texas) 1 FC Dallas Premier (No. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: LAFC Houstonians - Jose Duarte (55)

U-19 GIRLS
Sting (No. Texas) 3 HCU (Fla.) 1
Goal Scorers: Sting - Emily Reid (44, 87), Stephanie Myers (83); HCU - Jordan Johnson (66)
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (No. Texas) 5 GSA Phoenix Red (Ga.) 2
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Amanda Frisbie (4, 35), Kristin Cummins (36), Taylor Mathews (70), Brittany Morgan (77); GSA - Alexa Newfield (6, 8)

U-18 GIRLS
Ponte Vedra Storm 4 (Fla.) Lonestar Red (So. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: Ponte Vedra - Havana Solaun (13, 57), Morgan Brian (21), Jessica Haley (52)
Team Boca (Fla.) 2 D'Feeters (No. Texas) 1
Goal Scorers: Team Boca - Abby Carr (71), Ana Cuffia (80); D'Feeters - Jacquelyn Andersen (42)

U-17 GIRLS
NASA Elite (Ga.) 1 Dallas Texans Red Dallas (No. Texas) 0 (penalty kicks)
Brentwood Premier 1 United FA Elite (Ga.) 0
Goal Scorers: Brentwood - Allison Kington (82)

U-16 GIRLS
Hurricane FC Shubert (Okla.) 1 BUSA (Ala.) 0
Goal Scorers: Hurricane - Elizabeth Keester (58)
Sting (No. Texas) 1 CASL Spartan Elite Black (N.C.) 0
Goal Scorers: Sting - Madelyn Crabtree (48)

U-15 GIRLS
D'Feeters (So. Texas) 1 CASL Spartan Elite Black (N.C.) 0
Goal Scorers: D'Feeters - Hannah Alspach (27)
Sting (No. Texas) 3 Lonestar Red (So. Texas) 2 (penalty kicks)
Goal Scorers: Lonestar - Mikaela Harvey (3), Kassi Hormuth (77); Sting - Rachel Holden (47), Allison Ganter (79)

U-14 GIRLS
Sting (No. Texas) 2 GSA Phoenix Red (Ga.) 1
Goal Scorers: GSA - Amanda Vocelka (32); Sting - Nicole Smith (33), Kaycie Tillman (87)
Lonestar Red (So. Texas)  1 Hurricane FC Rhein (Okla.)  0
Goal Scorers: Lonestar - Whitney Woodward (52)



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