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Gallardo leads U.S. U-14s to sweep
November 29th, 2011 12:10AM

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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] The U.S. under-14 national team's Red squad swept all three games by scores of 3-0, 5-1 and 2-0 against regional teams at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional that concluded Monday at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif.

Joe Gallardo led the team with goals in all three games.

Region II and Region IV '97 teams both finished with two wins and one loss, the best of eight regional teams taking part in the competition.

Nov. 28 in Chula Vista, Calif.
1997 Region IV 2, Region III 0
Scorers: RIV - Ether Bustos (36), Alexis Berrios (41)

1997 Region II 2, Region I 0
Scorers: RII - Vukashim Latinovich (19), Thomas Ueland (33)

1998 Region I 1, Region IV 1
Scorers: RI - Zachary McMurrer (8); RIV - Terrell Lowe (12)

1998 Region II 3, Region III 1
Scorers: RII - Daniel Wright (15), Jose Cholico (25), Spencer Glass (58); RIII - Alexander Dexter (30)

Nov. 27 in Chula Vista, Calif.
1997 Region II 2, U.S. NT Blue 0
Scorers: RII - Lawrence Mullen (8), Ryan Sierakowski (61)

1997 Region III 0, U.S. NT Red 2
Scorers: U.S. Red - Joe Gallardo (19), Haji Wright (28)

1997 Region I 2, Region IV 1
Scorers: RI - Ethan Lochner (50), Justin Torres (64); RIV - Ether Bustos (37)

1998 Region III 0, Region IV 0

1998 Region I 5, Region II 2
Scorers: RI - Alexander Cancilla (21), Aquinas Akinlosotu (29), Daniel Hart (57), Jacob Maddox (62, 68); RII - John Leisman (14), Antonio Sanchez (53)

Nov. 26 in Chula Vista, Calif.
1997 Region III 3, Region I 1
Scorers: RIII - Brandon Millington (46), Jose Cerra (52), Tobin Howell (59)
RI - Justin Torres (46)

1997 Region IV 2, Region II 0
Scorers: RIV - Dylan Smith (30), Ether Bustos (48)

1998 Region III 3, Region I 1
Scorers: RIII - Juan Ortiz (5), Alexander Dexter (77), Jack Skahan (79); RI - Brian Navarrete (29)

1998 U.S. NT Blue 4, Region IV 1
Scorers: U.S. Blue - Sean Teixeira (8, 66), Javier Cortez (34); RIV - William Eslinger (13)

1998 U.S. NT Red 5, Region II 1
Scorers: U.S. Red - Lagos Kunga (7), Elijah Rice (20), Joe Gallardo (43), Logan Panchot (58), Eric Calvillo (59); RII - Antonio Sanchez (51)

Nov. 25 in Chula Vista, Calif.
1998 U.S. NT Blue 3, Region III 0
Scorers: U.S. NT Blue - Elijah Rice (6), Trey Vinson (20), Luca de la Torre (52)

1998 U.S. NT Red 3, Region I 0
Scorers: U.S. NT Red - Raheem Taylor-Parkes (6), Lagos Kunga (35), Joe Gallardo (74)



1 comment
  1. Amos Annan
    commented on: November 29, 2011 at 4:25 p.m.
    selecting U14's for star status is a mistake


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