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North Texas cleans up in Region III finals
June 23rd, 2011 4:06AM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] North Texas dominated the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championship in Murfreesboro, Tenn. taking six of the 12 titles. Three of those teams -- two boys and one girls -- are from the Dallas Texans, Sting took two girls championships and Solar Chelsea took a boys crown. For all the Region III championship game results ...

The game of the regionals -- and surely the highest-scoring regional final in history -- took place between defending national champion Alpharetta Ambush and Tulsa Soccer Club in the U-1 8 boys final.

Tulsa came back from 3-0 down after 15 minutes to tie Ambush, 5-5, with two goals in the 90th minute. But the Georgia club scored four more goals in overtime -- three on Karl Chester’s hat trick -- to win 9-5.

U-19 BOYS
Dallas Texans Dallas  (No. Texas) 2 Cobb FC Premier (Ga.) 1
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Brett Helm (67), Ryan Ritter (90); Cobb FC - Victor Duru (45)
U-18 BOYS
Alpharetta Ambush Red (Ga.) 9 Tulsa SC Red (Okla.) 5
Goal Scorers: Ambush - Cory Plasker (10), Eric Carrion (14, 16), Sean Kelly (39, 57), Karl Chester (95, 116, 118), Jeffrey Degen (119); TSC - Juan Peralta (34), Max Moller (53), Milton Leopoldo (78), Omar Mata (90), Joshua Fuhrman (90).
U-17 BOYS
Florida Rush Nike 2 Tulsa SC Black (Okla.) 1
Goal Scorers: Rush - Jean Rivaroli (5), Adam Tran (90); TSC - Anesuishe Raranje (48)
U-16 BOYS
CESA Premier  (S.C.) 1 Gulf Coast United Dynamo Blue 0
Goal Scorers: CESA - Nicholas Watson (36, 80)
U-15 BOYS
Solar Chelsea (No. Texas) 2 GSA Phoenix Red (Ga.) 1
Goal Scorers: GSA - Joseph Sandres (11); Solar Chelsea - Alan Winn (54, 80)
U-14 BOYS
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (No. Texas) 3 LAFC Houstonians 0
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Ivan Alvarado (40), Samuel Valadez (62, 70)

U-19 GIRLS
Dallas Texans Red Dallas (No. Texas) 2 Sting (No. Texas) 1
Goal Scorers: Dallas Texans - Alyssa Diggs (96), Amanda Frisbie (116); Sting - Samantha Howell (94).
U-18 GIRLS
Team Boca (Fla.) 2 Ponte Vedra Storm (Fla.) 1
Goal Scorers: Team Boca - Tatiana Coleman (90), Natalie Punal (92); Ponte Vedra - Havana Solaun (30)
U-17 GIRLS
NASA Elite II (Ga.) 1 Brentwood Premier (Tenn.) 0
Goal Scorers: Brentwood - own goal
U-16 GIRLS
Hurricane FC Shubert (Okla.) 1 Sting (No. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: Hurricane - Jasmine Pascoe (68)
U-15 GIRLS
Sting (No. Texas) 1 D'Feeters (No. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: Sting - Sydney Kingston (80)
U-14 GIRLS
Sting (No. Texas) 3 Lonestar (No. Texas) 0
Goal Scorers: Sting - Blair Thorpe (36), Nicole Smith (59)



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