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Day 1: Fullerton Rangers White romp
July 26th, 2012 3:12AM
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[BOYS SCOREBOARD]Defending champion Fullerton Rangers White had it easy on the first day of play in the under-15 age group at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships, defeating the Challenger Crew Jrs. Black, 4-0. For all the Day 1 results and goal scorers ...

Day 1 Results:
Boys Under-14
Bethesda Lions (MD) 1, Sunrise Elite (FL) 3
Lions:  Raphael Zoccolaro (6); Sunrise:  Frederick Gil (31), Emmanuel Perez (33), Jacobo Escobar (67)
Santa Barbara SC White (CA-S) 3 Vardar (MI) 1
Santa Barbara: Chairat Puengrod (55), Brandon Sanchez (60), Benjamin Garcia (64); Vardar: Evan Dennis (39)

Boys Under-15
Chicago Magic (IL) 1, SAA Real Madrid Miami (FL) 0
Magic: Jorge  Torrescano (70)
Fullerton Rangers White (CA-S) 4, Challenger Crew Jrs. Black (OH-N) 0
Fullerton: George Castro (5, 26), Andres Lemus (40), Gabriel Covarrubias (46)
Manhattan SC Paris Saint-Germain (NY-E) 0, CUP Crew Jrs Gold (OH-S) 0

Boys Under-16
Scottsdale Blackhawks (AZ) 4, CESA Premier (SC) 4
Scottsdale:  Grant Galan (20), Zachary Marks (41), Michael Morano (52), Tyler Dial (80); CESA:  Glennon Donohue (5), Grayson Raynor (18), Ryan Bertling (21), Tyler Rider (73)
Michigan Jaguars Green (MI) 4 Arsenal FC (CA-S) 3
Jaguars:  Iain Mason (40), Nathan McLean (46), Iain Mason (64), Travis Hamers (67); Arsenal:  Alejandro Gomez (17), Josue Bustos (74), Eduardo Martinez (80)
Lehigh Valley United (PA-E)  2, GSA Phoenix Red (GA) 1
Lehigh: Colby Thomas (59), Belal Mohamed (77); GSA:  Ricardo Gomez (75)

Boys Under-17
Eastside FC Red (WA) 4, Solar Chelsea (TX-N) 1
Eastside:  Beau Blanchard (13), Jordan Thompson (24, 83), Alex Censullo (63); Solar: Casey Eaton (26)
Beadling SC (PA-W) 0, Sereno White   (AZ) 0
Raiders FC Premier (IL) 0, Galaxy Blue (IL) 0

Boys Under-18
Grand Rapids Crew Jrs (MI) 2, Players SC (NV) 1
Crew:  Sean Conerty (16), Nate Rose (53); Players:  Ruben Duran (8)   
Florida Rush Nike (FL) 3, Marlton Lightning Red (NJ) 1
Rush:  Zachary Reynolds (90), Jeremias Sanchez (64); Marlton: Gregory Biggiani (26)

Boys Under-19
Crew Juniors (OH-S) 1, West Coast FC (CA-S) 0
Crew: Cole Denormandie (49)
GSA Phoenix Red (GA) 3, Empire United SA Syracuse (NY-W) 0
GSA: Tucker Coons (42), Hugh Pringle (83), Adnan Junuzovic (90)



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