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Day 2: Morgan keeps GSA Phoenix Red's hopes alive
July 27th, 2012 5:58AM
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[BOYS SCOREBOARD]GSA Phoenix Red and the Scottsdale Blackhawks, both 2012 National League division champions, squared off in under-16 boys play at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. The game was scoreless for 75 minutes before Christopher Morgan scored to give GSA a 1-0 and keep its hopes alive of being around for the final Sunday. For all the Day 2 results and goal scorers ...

Day 2 Results:
Boys Under-14
Santa Barbara SC White 3, Bethesda Lions 0
Santa: Brandon Sanchez (5), Francisco Arroyo (23), Antony Andoyan (47)

Sunrise Elite 5, Vardar 1
Sunrise: Cristopher Fourcand (14), David Longo (19), John Skahan (24, 70)
Vardar: Cameron Panley (3)

Boys Under-15
SAA Real Madrid Miami 0, Fullerton Rangers White 4
Fullerton: Gabriel Covarrubias (16), Dylan Smith (46, 54), George Castro (77)

Challenger Crew Jrs. Black 4, Manhattan SC Paris Saint-Germain 1
Crew: Julian Castro (1), Julian Castro (35), Cory Smigel (48), Ben Locke (77)
PSG: Amara Sesay (60)

CUP Crew Jrs Gold 2, Chicago Magic 3
CUP: Luke Treadway (47), Charlie Byers (64)
Chicago: Tyler Cline (14), Fernando Aguirre (29, 33)

Boys Under-16
CESA Premier SC 2, Arsenal FC  1
CESA: Christopher Heijjer (43), Ryan Bertling (64)
Arsenal: Eduardo Martinez (45)

Michigan Jaguars Green 1, Lehigh Valley United 0
Michigan: Jason Carmack (43)

GSA Phoenix Red 1, Scottsdale Blackhawks 0
GSA: Christopher Morgan (75)

Boys Under-17
Solar Chelsea 0, Beadling SC 1
Beadling: Jake Roberge (48)

Sereno White AZ 1, Raiders FC Premier 5
Sereno: Matthew McCombs (73)
Raiders: Jack Alberts (43), Joel Leon (32), Alexis Monteon (46, 48), Brandon Medina (78)

Galaxy Blue 1, Eastside FC Red 0
Galaxy: Patrick Flynn (22)

Boys Under-18
Marlton Lightning Red 0, Grand Rapids Crew Jrs 2
Crew: Sean Conerty (20), Nate Rose (90)

Players SC 0, Florida Rush Nike 4
Florida: John Bocinsky (43), Felipe Oliveira (73, 89), Jean Rivaroli (79)

Boys Under-19
West Coast FC 2, GSA Phoenix Red 2
West: Juan Gutierrez (53, 63)
GSA: Tyler Peoples (11), Tyler Happ (80)

Empire United SA Syracuse 1, Crew Juniors 2
Empire: Emmanuel Chanelo (5)
Crew: Matthew Walker (50), Cole Denormandie (85)



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