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Galaxy advances to U-15/16 final against PA Classics
by Paul Kennedy, July 15th, 2011 2:46AM

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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] Three second-half goals lifted the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 3-0 win over the Seattle Sounders that moved it into Saturday's under-15/16 championship game against PA Classics at the Development Academy's Finals Week in Milwaukee.

The Galaxy, coached by Kenny Arena, got goals from Sebastian Velasquez, Justin Dhillon and pro signing Jack McBean.

Two goals from Connor Maloney helped PA Classics top North Carolina Fusion 3-0 and earn its place in the championship game in its first-ever trip to Finals Week.

Under-15/16s, Day 3:
July 14 in Milwaukee
Los Angeles Galaxy 3 Seattle Sounders 0. Goals: Velasquez 49, J.Dhillon 57, McBean 59.
Seattle -- Townsend, Beck, Lange, Gallagher, Collings (Pelogi, 57), Rodriguez-Nilson (Bangsund, 57), Schweitzer, Sweeney (Markey, 71), Steele (Thompson 28), Klug (Nosack, 71), Crook.
Los Angeles -- McNeely, Gonzalez, Jambusaria, Tilley, Vargas (Murphy, 60), Velasquez, S.Dhillon, Howe, Raygoza (Labastida, 73), J.Dhillon, McBean (Avila, 73).

July 14 in Milwaukee
PA Classics 3 North Carolina Fusion 0.
Goals: Maloney 5, 79, Bitterman 66.
North Carolina Fusion -- Brooks, Casterline (Long, 69), Storm (Stamey, 74), Billings (Arnott, 71), Bronico, McBride,  Sunol, Marshall, Adler (Owens, 79), Plant (Vlachos, 64).
PA Classics -- Arnold, Thomas, Pratzner, Wenger, Morrison, Shirk (Phillips, 71), Kaschak (Cregan; 78), Herstek (Julius, 63), McNabb (Ayers, 68), Bitterman (Lavery, 76), Maloney.

July 14 in Milwaukee
Real Salt Lake AZ 3 CASL Chelsea FC Acad. 1. Goals: Navaro 62, Gross 68, Spencer 80; Park 38.
RSL -- Speshock, Dominguez (Goss, 41), Zabasajja, Alarcon, Juarez, Rivera, Gall (Navarro, 57), Salazar, Bates (Semintedi, 69), Spencer (Kelly, 80+1), Gavin (Bailey, 50).
CASL -- McCord, Hinkson, Williams, Hefner, Robinson (Carroll, 60), Park, Olofson, Foster, Hong (Hachem, 56), O’Brien, Castellanos.

July 14 in Milwaukee
Real So Cal 2 Dallas Texans 0.
Goals: Angel Fernandez 12, Dannas (pen.) 43.
Real So Cal -- Trejos (Price, 41), Solis, Vincent, Miller (K.Martinez, 66), Gallardo, Samayoa, Arteaga (Nino, 41), Fernandez, Perez (Anson, 60), Dannas, R.Martinez (Rosescu, 60).
Dallas Texans -- Wright, Yancey, Kotowski (Petit, 55), Ward, Aubrey, Blanton (Balderas, 64), Reyes, Hill, Machado, Contreras (Soldat, 47), Woolley.

Final Standings:
Group 1
7 Los Angeles Galaxy
4 Real So Cal
4 Seattle Sounders
1 Dallas Texans

Group 2
7 PA Classics
5 RSL AZ
4 N.C. Fusion
0 CASL Chelsea Acad.



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