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Galaxy captures U-15/16 championship
by Paul Kennedy, July 17th, 2011 1:15AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] For the second year in a row, an MLS academy team won the Development Academy under-15/16 title. After the Chicago Fire in 2010, the Galaxy scored three unanswered goals after PA Classics tied the game in the 49th minute and prevailed 4-1 in Saturday's championship to conclude Finals Week in Milwaukee.

July 16 in Milwaukee
Los Angeles Galaxy 4 PA Classics 1. Goals: S.Dhillon 2, Raygoza 60, J.Dhillon 73, Murphy 75; Bitterman 49.
Los Angeles Galaxy -- McNeely, E.Gonzalez, Reyes, Tilley, Antunez (Jambusaria, 79), Howe (Vargas, 51), Raygoza, S.Dhillon, Velasquez (Murphy, 70), McBean, J.Dhillon (Labastida, 79)
PA Classics -- Arnold, Thomas (Morrison, 74), Pratzner (Lavery, 70), Wenger, Carpenter (Cregan 52), Shirk (Julius 41), Kaschak, Herstek (Phillips, 65), McNabb (Ayers, 41), Bitterman, Maloney

Third Place: Real Salt Lake AZ claimed third place with an 8-7 shootout win over Real So Cal after their game finished 0-0

Fifth Place: Chad Radulovich and Michael Steele scored on either side of halftime to secure the Seattle Sounders a 2-0 win over North Carolina Fusion.

Seventh Place: The Dallas Texans claimed seventh place with a 3-1 victory against CASL Chelsea FC Academy. Andre Reyes scored on a strike of 50 yards and an assist on the eventual game-winning goal.



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