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March 2nd, 2012 4:05AM
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[ECNL]The Dallas Texans had perfect weekends in U-18 and U-17 play in the National Flight A at the Elite Clubs National League's National Showcase Event in San Antonio, Texas. Colorado's Rush U-15s remained perfect with a sweep of their own. For more highlights from San Antonio ...

UNDER-18.The Dallas Texans took over first place in the Under-17 National Flight A with wins over Sockers FC (3-0), PDA (2-0) and the CASL Chelsea Ladies (2-1). They got MVP performances fromAntoinette Bennett, Lindsey Meyer and Kelsey Shimmick. Albertson Fury, which was perfect going into the weekend, dropped to fifth place after going 1-1-1.

Under-18 Standings
2.75 Dallas Texans 7-0-1
2.29 Arsenal FC 5-1-1
2.25 Mustang SC 6-2-0
2.23 Michigan Hawks 9-2-2
2.17 Albertson Fury 4-1-1

UNDER-17.The Dallas Texans and CASL Chelsea Ladies remained in striking distance of the leaders in the Under-17 National Flight A with strong weekends. The Texans swept Charlotte Soccer Academy (2-0), FC Virginia SC (3-2) and Crossfire (5-0), while CASL recovered from a 2-1 loss to Carmel United to beat Sting (1-0) and the Michigan Hawks (2-0).

Under-17Standings
3.00 Scorpions SC 3-0-0
2.70 Eclipse Select 9-1-0
2.57 Mustang SC 6-1-0
2.33 Dallas Texans 9-2-1
2.21 CASL Chelsea Ladies 9-1-4

UNDER-16.First-place Ohio Elite Soccer Academy was idle, as were Mustang SC, So Cal Blues and Slammers FC, who all moved up one spot to 2-3-4 in the U-16 National Flight A Standings. The big winner was Lonestar, which moved up to fifth place with a sweep of St. Louis Scott Gallagher (2-0), Charlotte Soccer Academy (4-0) and Bethesda SC (4-0).

Under-16Standings
2.40 Ohio Elite Soccer Acad. 4-0-1
2.17 Mustang SC 4-1-1
2.17 So Cal Blues 4-1-1
2.14 Slammers FC 5-2-0
2.13 Lonestar 10-2-4

UNDER-15.Colorado Rush improved to 5-0-0 in the U-15 National Flight A Standings with wins over Lonestar SC (2-0), Sting (3-2) and KCFC (2-0). Jastin Redman and Aspen Robinsonboth scored in the wins over the Texas teams.

Under-15Standings
3.00 Colorado Rush 5-0-0
2.67 GSA 5-0-1
2.50 Eclipse Select 8-1-1
2.40 Dallas Texans 7-0-3
2.33 Crossfire 3-1-2



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