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Two girls team are perfect at Thanksgiving Interregional
November 28th, 2011 5:31AM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] The Region I 1996 team completed a perfect 3-0-0 week with a 4-0 win over Region III, while the Region IV 1997's also finished 3-0-0 with a 3-2 victory over Region II at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional at Florida Atlantic University.

Eliza Doll put the Region I '96s in front early with a 7th minute strike. Carissima Cutrona extended the lead with goals in the 14th and 35th before Monica Flores capped the scoring in the 66th.
 
In the 1997 finales, Region IV opened up a 3-0 lead on goals from Victoria Buda, Kayla Braunthal and Anika Rodriguez before Region II made a run for it with two goals in five minutes of the second half from Katie Murray and Marisa Viggiano.

Nov. 25 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1996 Region I 4-0 Region III
Scorers: Eliza Doll (7), Carissima Cutrona (14, 35), Monica Flores (66)
1996 Region IV 1-0 Region II
Scorers: Zoe Higgins (65)
1997 Region I 1-0 Region III
Scorers: Keri Cavallo (8)
1997 Region IV 3-0 Region II
Scorers: Victoria Buda (6), Kayla Braunthal (34), Anika Rodriguez (46); Katie Murray (60), Marisa Viggiano (65)

Nov. 24 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1995 Region III 1-1 Region I
Scorers: Kelsey Gorney (8); Veronica Latsko (71)
1995 Region IV 1-5 Region II
Scorers: Kaitlyn Couperus (50); Savannah Trujillo (8); Rose Lavelle (34); Allison Stucky (48); Kaitlyn Clark (78); Rubina Veerakone (90)
1994 Region III 0-1 Region I
Scorers: Rachel Blauner (78)

Nov. 23 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1996 Region I 0-2 Region II
Scorers: Region II-Emily Ogle (27); Cassie Philips (64)
1997 Region I 2-5 Region II
Scorers: Keri Cavallo (8, 50); Alia Martin (16, 17, 34); Samantha Dewey (20); Hannah Cady (73)
1996 Region IV 1-0 Region III
Scorers: Region IV-Mariah Lee (58)
1997 Region IV 1-1 Region III
Scorers: Region IV-Victoria Buda (33); Michaela Abam (2)
 
Nov. 22 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1994 Region I 1-0 Region II
Scorers: Rachel Blauner (46)
1995 Region I 1-2 Region IV
Scorers: Caroline Chagares (2); Brianna Hooks (80); Darian Jenkins (85)
1994 Region IV 2-3 Region III
Scorers: Kelly Fitzgerald (31); Whitney Pitalo (34); Katherine Sprouse (57); Anna McClung (86); OG time n/a
1995 Region II 2-0 Region II
Scorers: Meegan Johnston (78); Rubina Veerakone (90)

Nov. 21 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1996 Region I 1-2 Region IV
Scorers: Carissima Cutrona (60); Sarah Chase (9); Pilar Torres (60)
1997 Region I 1-3 Region IV
Scorers: Samantha Scaffidi (51); Kathleen Pingel (9); Anika Rodriguez (48, 53)
1996 Region II 3-2 Region III
Scorers: Sophie Babo (7); Kristen Dodson (53); Emily Ogle (68); Mary Gracin Palmer (6, 22)
1997 Region II 1-2 Region III
Scorers: Marisa Viggiano (63); Ella Stevens (4); Michaela Abam (70)

Nov. 20 in Boca Raton, Fla.
1994 Region I 1-1 Region IV
Scorers: Daija Griffen (84); Ryan Walker (80)
1995 Region I 3-0 Region II
Scorers: Rachel Ugolik (33); Veronica Latsko (64); Emily Morgan (75)
1994  Region II 1-1 Region III
Scorers: Irene Young (57); Alexa Allen (67)
1995 Region IV 1-3 Region III
Scorers: Brianna Hooks (55); Jasmine Hart (43); Elizabeth Keester(72); Savannah Jordan (75)



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