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Red Bulls and SLSG Missouri perfect
July 23rd, 2012 5:15AM
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[FINALS WEEK]The New York Red Bulls and St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri both won all three games to advance to Monday's U-15/16 Development Academy championship at Finals Week in Houston.

Adam Najem scored in each of the Red Bulls' three wins. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri remained perfect with a 1-0 win over D.C. United on Jordan Klipsch's early goal.

Results:
July 21 in Houston
New York Red Bulls 3, Charlotte Soccer Acad. 0
NYRB: Adam Najem 26
NYRB: Wesley Wade (Adam Najem) 30
NYRB: Amando Moreno (Vinny Brunetti) 80
Chicago Fire 2, Pateadores 0

FIRE: Jeff Farina (Brian Werchek) 46
FIRE: Shannon Seymour (Brian Torres) 69
CSA Wolves 4, PA Classics 0

CSAW: Matt Habrowski (Ahinga Selemani) 12
CSAW: Ahinga Selemani (Ollie Harris) 23
CSAW: Ahinga Selemani (Zack Atwood) 61
CSAW: Zack Atwood (Sam Brown) 64
SLSG Missouri 1, D.C. United 0

SLSG: Jordan Klipsch (Nick Jones) 19

July 19in Houston
PA Classics 2, D.C. United 1
PAC: Connor Maloney 7
DCU: Jorge Calix (Ian Harkes) 11
PAC: Andrew Mannon (Drew Mahoney) 71
SLSG Missouri 4 CSA Wolves 1
CSAW: Ahinga Selemani (Ali Cheaib) 34
SLSG: Nick Jones 40
SLSG: Tommy Barlow 44
SLSG: Tommy Barlow 53
SLSG: own goal 76
Pateadores 3,  Charlotte Soccer Acad. 1

CHA: Tomas Hilliard-Arce (Hans Honer) 33
PAT: Brian Pacheco 40
PAT: Brian Pacheco 58
PAT: Brian Pacheco (Kyle Pizano) 80+3
New York Red Bulls 1, Chicago Fire 0
NYRB: Adam Najem (Amando Moreno) 48

July 17in Houston
New York Red Bulls 3, Pateadores 1
NYRB: Adam Najem (Ismar Tandir) 1
PAT: Brian Pacheco (pen.) 9
NYRB: Alex Muyl (Amando Moreno)   61
NYRB: Vinny Brunetti (Wesley Wade)  77
Chicago Fire 3, Charlotte Soccer Acad. 1
FIRE: Jeff Farina 1
FIRE: Marcus Epps (Jeff Farina)  9
CHA: Tomas Hilliard-Arce 11
FIRE: Anthony Smith 65
CSA Wolves 1, D.C. United 1
DCU: Nigel Robinson (Raffi Fagunda) 26
CSAW: Ollie Harris 80
SLSG Missouri 3, PA Classics 0
SLSG: Tommy Barlow (pen.) 55
SLSG: Mark Segbers  59
SLSG: Brett Hodges 76

Schedule:
July 23 in Houston
Charlotte Soccer Acad. vs. D.C. United
July 23 in Houston
Pateadores vs. PA Classics
July 23 in Houston
Chicago Fire vs. CSA Wolves
July 23 in Houston
New York Red Bulls vs. SLSG Missouri



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