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National League leaders stymied
February 21st, 2012 3:30PM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER] Teams will have to wait until the final weekend of play in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League March 23-25 in Las Vegas to see who will claim the eight berths up for grabs at this summer's National Championships. Chicago Magic and GSA Phoenix Red both had a chance to clinch but were stymied in action this past weekend at Weston (Fla.) Regional Park. For all the standings and leading scorers ...

Defending Region II champion Chicago Magic needed only a tie against West Pines United Black to seal the U-15 Blue division and an undefeated season, but Daniel Reese’s goal in the 20th minute lifted the Florida team to the 1-0 victory. Magic will now have to wait with a seven-point lead. Its only threat for the first spot comes from Albion SC White, which will need to win all three games next month.

Region III finalist GSA Phoenix Red had the chance to take home the U-16 Red division crown and a ticket to the National Championships with a win over AHFC, but it had to settle for a 2-2 tie with the South Texas team, earning the point on Joseph Sandres' goal in stoppage time. Beachside SC will need three wins in Las Vegas to overtake GSA.

15 Lou Fusz SC Gold  4-0-3
14 CESA Premier  4-1-2
8 Annandale United FC  2-0-2
7 Waza FC Black 2-4-1
6 Penn Fusion Celtic 2-2-0
4 TSCH Earle 1-2-1
4 TFC Boys 1-5-1
3 Jacksonville United 1-3-0
11 Javanon 3-1-2
9 Grand Rapids Crew Jrs. 3-0-0
5 Dallas Texans Red 1-0-2
5 Florida Rush Nike 0-1-5
4 Rush Nike 1-1-1
2 PSC Coppa 0-1-2
2 Commack SC United 0-4-2
Leading Scorers
7 Lindo Mfeka, Javanon
6 Emmanuel Korvah, Annandale United FC
6 Eric Schmidt, Annandale United FC

11 Beadling SC 3-2-2
11 AHFC 3-2-2
9 Albion White 3-1-0
9 AC Bethesda 2-2-3
6 Galaxy Blue 1-0-3
5 CESA Premier 1-4-2
4 CUP Crew Juniors Gold 1-2-1
4 Annandale Knights FC  1-2-1
16 Raiders FC  5-1-1
12 Eastside FC Red 4-0-0
12 FC Frederick 4-3-0
9 Everest SC Black 3-4-0
7 Lake Grove United 2-4-1
6 Downtown Rapids 2-2-0
2 Concorde Fire Elite 0-2-2
0 HFC Red 0-4-0
Leading Scorers
10 Alexis Monteon, Raiders FC
7 Jackson Eskay, FC Frederick
6 Aaron Ortiz, Downtown Rapids

15 OBGC Rangers  5-2-0
12 SAA Real Madrid-Miami 3-1-3
10 Scottsdale Blackhawks 3-0-1
10 Classics Eagles Red 2-1-4
4 WAZA FC East Black 1-2-1
4 Concorde Fire Elite 1-2-1
4 SDFC Gauchos 1-2-1
1 DSC Green Premier  0-6-1
15 GSA Phoenix Red 4-0-3
9 Lehigh Valley United 2-2-3
8 AHFC 2-3-2
7 Beachside SC 2-1-1
6 Michigan Jaguars Green 2-2-0
5 CUP Crew Jr. Gold 1-1-2
5 Bethesda SC Revolution 1-4-2
4 West Pines United Black 1-2-1
Leading Scorers
8 Jeremy Ebobisse, OBGC Rangers
6 Sean Cowdrey, OBGC Rangers

14 Chicago Magic 4-1-2
10 CESA Premier 3-3-1
8 GSA Phoenix Red 2-3-2
6 Albion SC White 2-2-0
3 United FC 1-3-0
0 MSC Magic Green 0-2-2
12 Smithtown Arsenal 4-3-0
10 CUP Crew Jrs. Gold 3-0-1
10 SLSG Academy 3-0-1
10 West Pines Utd Black 3-3-1
7 Concorde Fire Elite 2-1-1
1 Lehigh Valley United 0-6-1
Leading Scorers
5 Luke Treadway, CUP Crew Jrs. Gold
4 Cade Harmon, Lehigh Valley United
4 Renato Albuquerque, Chicago Magic

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