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Day 2: Scorpions edge So Cal Blues
July 27th, 2012 5:59AM
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[GIRLS SCOREBOARD] Jessica Clinton scored the winning goal with time running out to give Scorpions Elite a 1-0 win over So Cal Blues in a showdown of longtime age-group powers in the under-19 girls division at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at Manchester Meadows in Rock Hill, S.C. St. Louis Scott Gallagher Green got back in contention in the U-19 division with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over CCSC Sol. For all the Day 2 results and goal scorers ...

Day 2 Results:

Girls Under-14
TNFC Azzurri 2, MSC Coyotes Green 0
TNFC: Callie McKinney (43), Daniella Marcano (50)

Beach FC  0, Ambassadors FC 1
Ambassadors: Molli Dunn (68)

Girls Under-15
CRUSA/FC Bucks Fury 1, Internationals Red 4
CRUSA: Paige Bergman (40)
Internationals: Alyssa Baumbick (28), Zoe McCormick (49), Emily Ogle (53)

Sting 0, MVLA Mercury Black  1
MVLA: Michelle Maemone (76)

Legends FC CA-S 0, Kings Soccer Academy OH-S 0

Girls Under-16
BRYC Elite 3, CESA 95 Premier 1
BRYC: Kahla Seymour (23, 53), Taylor Woods (80)
CESA: Chandler Arrowood (10)

Cleveland United White 0, MVLA Lightning 5
MVLA: Fatmata Kamara (12), Jaye Boissiere (18), Sarah Robinson (31), Gabriella Kaplan (46), Caroline Olivero (70)

KCFC/Futura Academy 1, Legends 1
KCFC: Hadyn Hutchison (55)
Legends: McKenna Pigoni (75)

Girls Under-17
CESA Premier SC 2, Team Chicago Academy Botafogo 2
CESA: Kelly Anthony (61), Chelsea Drennan (89)
Chicago: Hope D'Addario (22), Gianna Dal Pozzo (67)

Central Valley Chilipeppers 0, VSA Heat Blue 3
VSA: Haley Roberson (2), Ashley Herndon (78), Kristin Schnurr (93)

Legends Breakaway 2, Legends FC 3
Breakaway: Nicolette Martino (68), Jordan Jesolva (89)
FC 94: Yazmin Montoya (27), Danielle Alvarez (49:02), MeiLessah Rangel (58)

Girls Under-18
FC Penn Strikers 4, Cincinnati Soccer Alliance Elite 0
Penn: Kelly Kerrigan (33), Daija Griffin (74, 78), Cassandra Pecht (83)

Brentwood Premier 2, LaRoca PT 1
Brentwood: Chesney White (69), Chesney White (90)
LaRoca: Taylor Ivins (19)

Girls Under-19
Scorpions Elite 1, So Cal Blues 0
Scorpions: Jessica Clinton (87)

St. Louis Scott Gallagher Green 2, CCSC SOL 1
SLSG: Lauren Flynn (67), Kelsey Dinges (82)
CCSC: Theresa Diederich (31)



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