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Yaw Amankwa scores twice in three minutes
May 21st, 2013 2:24AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY GOLEADORES] Yaw Amankwa scored twice in the last three minutes to secure 3-2 win for Baltimore Bays Chelsea over McLean and move him among the top 8 scorers in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy’s U-17/18 age group.

The Bays lead the East Conference’s Atlantic Division and are headed to the Academy Playoffs June 24-27 at FC Dallas Park.

Vancouver’s Yassin Essa scored his 18th goal of the season when the Whitecaps beat Cal Odyssey, 4-1, on Sunday, a day after scoring his 17th in a 3-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.

Essa’s teammate Brody Huitema remains atop the leading scorers' list.

Under-17/18 Scoring Leaders
25 Brody Huitema, Vancouver Whitecaps
24 Nicholas Pappacena, Weston FC
24 Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders
19 Jason Romero, De Anza Force
19 Christian Thierjung, Strikers FC
18 Yaw Amankwa, Baltimore Bays Chelsea
18 Jose Navarro, Jose, Real Salt Lake AZ
18 Yassin Essa, Vancouver Whitecaps



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