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FC Dallas and Pateadores meet in under-17/18 final
by Paul Kennedy, July 15th, 2011 1:41AM
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TAGS:  development academy, fc dallas


[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] FC Dallas -- with four players signed to pro contracts -- will meet Pateadores of Southern California in Friday's final of the under-17/18 age group at the Development Academy's Finals Week in Milwaukee (TV: ESPNU,, 1 p.m. ET).

FC Dallas, which clinched Group 2 with a 4-1 win over Florida's Weston FC, features homegrown players Moises Hernandez, Victor Ulloa, Bryan Levya and Jon Top. The only homegrown players not in Milwaukee are goalie Richard Sanchez, who won the U-17 World Cup with Mexico, and Ruben Luna, who has been playing regularly for the first team.

Coached by former UCLA coach Todd Saldana, Pateadores advanced to the championship match with a dramatic win over New Jersey's Players Development Academy thanks to two goals in the final two minutes of the game to claim the top spot in Group 1.

Under-17/18s, Day 3:
July 13 in Milwaukee
FC Dallas 4 Weston FC 1.
Goals: Garcia 28, Top 44, Leyva 46, Guzman 90; Valle 63.
FC Dallas -- Cortes, Acosta, Okwuonu, Coleman, Hernandez (Ambrose, 75), Perez, Ulloa, Guzman, Garcia, Leyva (Robledo, 66), Top (Pinal, 75)
Weston --  Catano, Abrahamoff (Katz, 36), Montano, deFaria, Wellington (Valle, 62), Granitto (Muralles, 52), Perea, Valimaa, James, Noguerol, Silva (Marotta, 60)

July 13 in Milwaukee
Baltimore Bays Chelsea 1 CASL Chelsea FC Acad. 1.
Goals: Vandermaas-Peeler 12; Gamble 29.
CASL -- West, Pace (Paussa, 80), Liberatore, McAnallen, Steber, Paye, Oliver (del Rosario, 46), Ray (Rivera, 78), Morales (Roque, 78), Vandermaas-Peeler, Bokar.
BBC -- A.Harris, Wulff (Andelman 15; DeGraffenreidt, 88), Cahalan, Shinsky (Vosvick, 46), M.Harris, Greensfelder (Glos, 61), McHugh, Moses, Kovach (Hayes, 44), Hernandez (Kennedy, 76), Gamble.

July 13 in Milwaukee
Dallas Texans 3 New York Red Bulls 0. Goals: Perez 2, Simmons 20, Richardson 77.
NYRB -- Cardona, Plewa, Gallego, Adler (Ehrenworth, 71), McCarthy, Gonzalez (Akinyode, 53), Davis, Thomsen (Tetro, 80), Johnson (Metzger, 50),  Allen (Caso, 72), Innocenzi (Francisco, 67)
Dallas Texans -- Petolick, Sloan, Speed (Gonzalez, 55), Douglas, VanCompernolle, Haines, Ritter, Simmons, Torda (Bryce, 63), Perez (Guerry, 85), Richardson (Morrison, 73)

July 13 in Milwaukee
Pateadores 4 PDA 2. Goals: Parra-Anaya 9, 41, Bauman 88, Escudero 90; Harr 29, Sadaoui 81.
Pateadores -- Cervantes, Calderon, Torre, Lugo, Sorto (Bauman, 67), Bautista (Macias, 83), Payeras, Rivera, McCracken (Escudero, 60), Villareal, Parra-Anaya.
PDA -- Hand, Luke, Jeffrey, Sheeleigh, Wiltse, Falk (Leggett, 57), Hernandez, Murphy (Sadaoui, 46), Bruccoleri, Francois, Harr (Hamilton, 70)

Final Standings:
Group 1
7 Pateadores
7 Dallas Texans
3 New York Red Bulls

Group 2
7 FC Dallas
5 CASL Chelsea Acad.
4 Balt. Bays Chelsea
0 Weston FC

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