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Day 1: FC Penn Strikers caps comeback
July 26th, 2012 3:11AM
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[GIRLS SCOREBOARD]Twice FC Penn Strikers fell behind La Roca and twice it battled back to equalize and went on to claim a 4-2 victory in the under-18 girls age group at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at Manchester Meadows in Rock Hill, S.C. Gabriella Carboneand Duke commit Cassandra Pechteach scored twice. For all the Day 1 results and goal scorers ...

Day 1 Results:
Girls Under-14
MSC Coyotes Green (MD) 0, Beach FC (CA-S) 0
Ambassadors FC (OH-N) 2, TNFC Azzurri (TN) 2
Ambassadors: Alexandra Wright (1), Sarah Krause (28); TNFC:  Karlie Paschall (36), Karlie Paschall (41)

Girls Under-15

Kings Soccer Academy (OH-S) 4, CRUSA/FC Bucks Fury (PA-E) 1
Kings:  Bayley  Feist (14), Kelly Polacek (29, 67), Katie Murray (40); Fury:  Dakota Mills (60)
Internationals Red (OH-N) 3, Sting (TX-N) 3
Internationals: Madison Filicko (36), Gabriella Field (38), Jenna Dorchock (77); Sting: Avery Talley (19), Hannah Albert (26), Megan Uhr (73)
Legends FC (CA-S) 1 MVLA Mercury Black (CA-N) 0
Legends: Michelle Alozie (3)

Girls Under-16
BRYC Elite (VA) 4 Legends (CA-S) 0
BRYC: Carlyn Baldwin (6), Adrienne Maday (27, 55), Kahla Seymour (60) CESA Premier (SC) 1, Cleveland United White (OH-N) 1
CESA:  Taylor Levato (54); Cleveland: Seyla Perez (48)
MVLA Lightning (CA-N) 1, KCFC/Futura Academy (MO) 0
MVLA: Fatmata Kamara (11)

Girls Under-17
Legends FC (CA-S) 3, CESA Premier (SC) 1
Legends: Kendra Reif (42), Alexandra Moon (80), MeiLessah Rangel (90); CESA:  Chelsea Drennan (61)
Team Chicago Academy Botafogo (IL) 2, Central Valley Chilipeppers (CA-N) 0
Chicago:  Zoe Swift (15), Gianna Dal Pozzo (58)
VSA Heat Blue (VA) 2, Legends Breakaway (CA-S) 0
VSA:  Meghan Cox (16), Christina Corbin (80)

Girls Under-18
Brentwood Premier (TN) 3 Cincinnati Soccer Alliance Elite (OH-S) 1
Cincinnati:  Laura Rose (88), Brentwood:  Lindsey Mayo (24), Carly Bowen (42), Lindsey Mayo (59)
FC Penn Strikers (PA-E) 4 LaRoca PT (UT) 2
Penn: Gabriella Carbone (7), Cassandra Pecht (42), Gabriella Carbone (53), Cassandra Pecht (67); LaRoca: Stacy Bair (4, 23)

Girls Under-19
So Cal Blues (CA-S) 3, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Green (MO) 0
Blues:  Natalie Werner (32, 87), Kimberly Marshall (81)
CCSC SOL (FL) 1, Scorpions Elite (MA) 1
SOL:  Jessica Haley (91); Scorpions:  Melissa Gavin (82)



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