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Grand Rapids and Eastside perfect in Alabama
by Paul Kennedy, December 14th, 2011 12:53AM

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[NATIONAL LEAGUE] Just two of the 60 teams who competed in the first weekend of boys play in the 2011-12 U.S. Youth Soccer National League at sites around Birmingham, Ala., were perfect: U-18 Grand Rapids Crew Juniors, the defending USYS national champions, and U-17 Eastside FC Red, the defending Region IV champion out of Washington.

The first event of the year was held in conjunction with the Men's College Cup.

The next event in the four age groups -- U-15 to U-18 -- will be held Feb. 18-20 in Weston, Fla.

The eight group winners will earn tickets to the 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 24-29 in in Rock Hill, S.C.

U-18 Blue Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
10 Lou Fusz SC Gold 3-0-1
10 CESA 93 Premier 30-1
8 Annandale United FC 2-0-2
U-18 Red Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
9 Grand Rapids Crew Jrs. 3-0-0
7 Javanon 2-2-1
5 Dallas Texans Red 1-0-2
Top scorer: Emmanuel Korvah (Annandale United FC), Eric Schmidt (Annandale United FC) 6 goals.
Boys U-18 Standings

U-17 Blue Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
9 AHFC 3-1-0
9 Albion White 3-1-0
6 Galaxy (Ill.) Blue 1-0-3
U-17 Red Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
12 Eastside FC Red 4-0-0
9 FC Frederick 3-1-0
7 Raiders FC 2-1-1
Top scorer: Aaron Ortiz (Downtown Rangers), Jackson Eskay (FC Frederick) 6 goals.
Boys U-17 Standings

U-16 Blue Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
10 Scottsdale Blackhawks 3-0-1
9 Olney BGC Rangers 3-1-0
7 SAA Real Madrid-Miami 2-1-1
U-16 Red Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
10 GSA Phoenix Red 3-0-1
7 Beachside SC 2-1-1
6 Michigan Jaguars Green 2-2-0
Top scorer: Jeremy Ebobisse (Olney BGC Rangers) 6 goals.
Boys U-16 Standings

U-15 Blue Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
8 Chicago Magic 2-0-2
6 Albion SC White 2-2-0
6 CESA Premier 2-2-0
U-15 Red Leaders:
PTS TEAM W-L-T
10 CUP Crew Jrs. Gold 3-0-1
10 SLSG Academy 3-0-1
7 Concorde Fire Elite 2-1-1
Top scorer: Luke Treadway (CUP Crew Jrs. Gold) 5 goals.
Boys U-15 Standings



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