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Purce's four goals highlights opening play
July 27th, 2011 5:58PM

TAGS:  u.s. youth soccer


[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Margaret Purce scored four goals in SAC United Premier's 4-2 win over Region I rival Match Fit Chelsea Beat in under-15 girls play to highlight Wednesday action at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Phoenix. For all the results ...

(Click here for National Championships schedule.)

Boys Under-19
Day 1
Baltimore Bays Chelsea 2 Dallas Texans 2
Bays: Hughart Roberts II (52), own goal (60); Texans: Ray De Leon III (42), Gino De Paoli (87)
Chicago Fire Juniors 1 Sereno White 0
Fire: Jesse Ortiz (19)

Boys Under-18
Day 1
YMS Thunder 2 KCFC Rangers 2

KCFC: Thomas Schermoly (22); YMS: Kyle MacDonald (63, 94)
Alpharetta Ambush Red 2 Palo Alto Blue 1
Ambush: Cory Plasker (12), Karl Chester (29); Palo: Riley Hanley (47)

Boys Under-17
Day 1
Penn Fusion Celtic 3 Rush Nike Argonauts 1
Celtic: Thomas Shiiba (32, 76), Alexander Murphy (83); Rush: Benjamin Brennan (19)
Grand Rapids Crew Juniors 4 Florida Rush Nike 0
Crew: Sean Conerty (23), Jason Stacy (50), Joe Sweet (89), Andrew Lewis (92)       
Rush: Benjamin Brennan (19)
Dallas Texans Red 1 Tulsa SC Black 0
Texans: Jordan Stiner (20)

Boys Under-16
Day 1
Minnesota Thunder Academy 2 CESA Premier 0

Thunder: Nathaniel Thao (41), Matthew Gweh (86)
Eastside FC Red 1 Beadling SC 0
Eastside: James Molyneux-Elliot (78)
Albion White 1 Concorde Fire Elite 0
Albion: Raul Martinez (53)

Boys Under-15
Day 1
Chicago Fire Juniors 4 SDFC Gauchos 2
Fire: Lloyd Chatfield (12, 33), Luca Giovine (48), Brian Werchek (74); SDFC: Jose Meza (5), Troy Carrington Jr. (81)
San Diego Surf 1 Solar Chelsea 0
Surf: Andrew Ogilvy (56)
Michigan Jaguars 2 FC Dallas Premier 1
Jaguars: Ken Krolicki (18), Travis Hamers (27); Dallas: Grant Norris (41)

Boys Under-14
Day 1
Chicago Magic 2 Dallas Texans Red 1
Magic: Fernando Aguirre (25, 40); Texans: Ivan Alvarado (70)
Fullerton Rangers 4 Smithtown Arsenal 0
Fullerton: Ricardo Ruiz (18), Dylan Smith (43), Amirgy Pineda (61), Carlos Troncoso (67)         

Woodbury Inferno 1 Dallas Texans Red 0
Inferno: Bozena Podkopacz (48)
Real Colorado National 1 PDA Tsunami 0
Real: Cassandra Geerdts (85)

Girls Under-18
Day 1
FC Stars of Massachusetts 4 Team Boca 2

Stars: Stephanie Mccaffrey (19), Victoria Sousa (27), Hayley Brock (21, 32); Boca: Natalie Punal (15), Tatiana Coleman (18)    
Colorado Rush 1 FC Milwaukee 0
Rush: Kelsey Loupee (47)

Girls Under-17
FC Pennsylvania Strikers 1 NASA 12 Elite II 1
Penn: Taryn Tomczyk (45); NASA: Bria Washington (58)
Sockers FC 1 So Cal Blues 0
Sockers: Crystal Thomas (24)
NSA Premier Fury 6 St. Louis Scott Gallagher 0
NSA: Zoe Swift (7, 31), Corinne Harris (51, 83), Christina Ordonez (63), Jennifer Korn (66)

Girls Under-16
Day 1
Scorpions Elite 2 Michigan Hawks 0

Scorpions: Andrea O'Brien (70), Lauren Berman (73)
Hurricane FC 3 Dallas Texans Red 1
Hurricane: Elizabeth Keester (13), Katherine Sprouse (33), Anna Beffer (74); Texans: Sophie Groff (41)
Sting 3 Mustang Blast 1
Sting: Morgan Williams (40), Katelyn Mountjoy (41), Madelyn Crabtree (71); Mustang: Stephanie Amack (75)

Girls Under-15
Day 1
Eclipse Select 1 Slammers FC 1
Slammers: Sammie Solaru (12); Eclipse: Sydney McGinnis (77)
Sting 0 PDA Slammers 0
SAC United Premier 4 Match Fit Chelsea Beat 1
SAC: Margaret Purce (17, 27, 34, 76); Chelsea: Alexis DellaPietro (56)

Girls Under-14
Day 1
Eclipse Select 2 Arsenal FC 1

Eclipse: Kayla McCoy (66, 69); Arsenal: Angelina Meriwether (35)
Sting 2 Match Fit Chelsea Colchesters 1
Sting: Kaycie Tillman (4), Nicole Smith (18); Carly Leipzig.

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