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Kenny Arena's Galaxy romps
July 13th, 2011 1:05AM

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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] The Los Angeles Galaxy got a goal and assist from homegrown signing Jack McBean, and brother Sean and Justin Dhillon combined for three goals in its 4-0 win over the Dallas Texans on Day 2 of the under-15/16 age group at the Development Academy Finals Week in Milwaukee.

The Galaxy U-15/16s, coached by Kenny Arena, son of Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena, won despite having two players, Ivan Vasquez and Christopher Antunez, red carded in the second half.

The Galaxy is tied with the Seattle Sounders, 2-1 winners over Real So Cal, for first place in Group A.

PA Classics and North Carolina Fusion are tied for first in Group B.

Under-15/16s, Day 2
July 12 in Milwaukee
Los Angeles Galaxy 4 Dallas Texans 0. Goals: McBean (Rayoza) 17, S.Dhillon 33, J.Dhillon (McBean) 59, S.Dhillon 68.
Los Angeles Galaxy -- McNeely, Vargas (Vasquez, 40+2), Reyes, Tilley, Antunez, S.Dhillon, Raygoza (Murphy, 73), Howe,  Velasquez (Jambusaria, 65), McBean (Magallon, 80+3), Dhillon (Labastida, 75).
Dallas Texans -- Wright (Hall, 72), Yancey (Balderas, 65), Blanton (Kotowski, 41), Aubrey, Bailey (Ward, 72), Petit (Contreras, 41), Reyes, Hickey, Hill; Woolley,  Soldat (Machado, 64).

July 12 in Milwaukee
North Carolina Fusion 1 CASL Chelsea FC Acad. 0.
Goal: Marshall (Garcia) 66.
CASL -- S.Williams, Hinkson, N.Williams, Hefner, Barber (Robinson, 55), Park (Thompson, 57), Olofson, Carroll (Foster, 41), Hachem (Hong, 68),  Castellanos, O’Brien.
N.C. Fusion -- Brooks, Storm, Rosenbower, Billings, Casterline, McBride, Adler, Marshall, Bronico, Garcia, Sunol.

July 12 in Milwaukee
PA Classics 2 Real Salt Lake AZ 2. Goals: Maloney 40+3, Bitterman 69; Spencer 52, Gavin 62.
PA Classics -- Arnold, Carpenter (Morrison, 58), Wenger (Pratzner, 50), Cregan, Thomas, McNabb (18-Phillips, 65), Kaschak, Herstek (Ayers, 67), Lavery (Shirk, 21; Julius, 55), Bitterman, Maloney.
Real Salt Lake AZ Speshock, Dominguez, Zabasajja, Alarcon, Juarez, Rivera,  Gall (Navaro, 61), Salazar, Bates (Semintedi, 63), Spencer, Kelly (Gavin, 54).

July 12 in Milwaukee
Seattle Sounders 2 Real So Cal 1. Goals: Sweeney 53, Lange 64; Fernandez 43.
Real So Cal -- Price, Steffes, Solis, Vincent, K.Martinez (Miller, 74), Samayoa, Nino, Anson (Perez, 59), Fernandez (Dannas, 76), Rosescu (R.Martinez, 30), Manios.
Real So Cal -- Townsend, Collings, Gallagher, Lange, Beck, Rodriguez-Nilson (Nosack, 72), Schweitzer, Sweeney, Steele (Pelogi, 57), Thompson, Klug, Crook.

Under-15/16s, Day 1
July 10 in Milwaukee
Seattle Sounders 1 Dallas Texans 1. Goals: Klug (Schweitzer) 6; Bailey (Soldat) 75.
Seattle Sounders -- Townsend, Collings, Gallagher, Lange, Beck, Bangsund (Steele, 48), Schweitzer, Sweeney, Thompson (Rodriguez-Nilson, 49), Klug, Crook.
Dallas Texans -- Wright, Ward (Kotowski, 52), Bailey, Aubrey, Yancey, Hill (Balderas, 80), Hickey, Petit (Soldat, 47), Reyes, Woolley (Machado, 64), Contreras (Blanton, 67).

July 10 in Milwaukee
Real So Cal 1 Los Angeles Galaxy 1. Goals: Vincent 68; Vargas (Dhillon)  34.
Real So Cal -- Trejos, K.Martinez, Vincent, Solis, Anson (R.Martinez, 52);  Rosescu (Perez, Jr., 47; Gallardo, 74), Nino, Fernandez (Arteaga, 52), Samayoa, Steffes (Dannas, 65), Manios.
Los Angeles Galaxy -- McNeely, Vasquez (Antunez, 76), Reyes, Tilley, Vargas (Jambusaria, 77), Murphy (Dhillon, 60), Howe, Gonzalez, Velasquez (McBean, 50), Raygoza, Dhillon.

July 10 in Milwaukee
North Carolina Fusion 1 Real Salt Lake AZ 1. Goals: Billings 67; Spencer (pen.) 52.
North Carolina Fusion -- Caldwell, Billings, Storm, Rosenbower, Long (Garcia, 55), Adler (Vlachos, 77), Bronico, McBride, Marshall, Plant (Casterline, 41), Sunol.
Real Salt Lake AZ -- Wilson, Rivera, Zabasajja, Alarcon, Juarez, Goss (Dominguez, 71), Salazar, Gall (Navaro, 65), Semintedi (Bates, 58), Bailey (Kelly, 67), Spencer

July 10 in Milwaukee
PA Classics 1 CASL Chelsea FC Acad. 0. Goal: Herstek 10.
PA Classics -- Arnold, Carpenter (Cregan, 60), Wenger, Pratzner,Thomas; Shirk (N.Williams, 50), Kaschak, Herstek (Lavery, 70), Ayers (McNabb, 55), Maloney, Bitterman.
CASL -- S.Williams, Hinkson, N.Williams, Hefner, Barber, Foster (Park, 41), Olofson, Carroll (Thompson, 50), Hachem, Castellanos, O’Brien.



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