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Pateadores make it 15 goals in two games
July 26th, 2013 8:43PM

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[NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS: Day 3] The remaining teams completed their second day of play at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships Thursday at the Overland Park (Kan.) Soccer Complex. Pateadores LA's U-13 boys, one of three Pateadores teams at the finals, followed up on its 7-2 win in its opener with an 8-2 win over FSA FC Navy. Kyle Holcumb recorded a hat trick for Pateadores, while Jason Pacas and Bryan Perez each added two goals.

-- In a rematch of the 2011 final, Concorde Fire Elite again beat Albion USA with goals by Cooper Coughlin and Tyler Alexander for a 2-0 win.

-- In U-18 girls play, Legends FC defeated returning champ VSA Heat Blue, 2-1, in their match of last year's final with goals by Meilessah Rangel and Christina Tucker in the last minute after Victoria Burress put VSA up in the 88th minute.

National Championships, Day 3:
Under-18 Boys
Concorde Fire Elite GA 2 Albion USA CA-S 0
CFE: Cooper Coughlin (6), Tyler Alexander (60)
West Coast FC CA-S 2 Springfield SC MO 0
WCFC: Gage Zerboni (29), Kyle Heller (56)
PDA Harkes NJ 2 Team Boca FL 0
PDA: Andrew Leischner (33, 84)
Raiders FC Premier IL 2 Galaxy Blue IL 1
RFC: Chi Bertrand (45, 84); GLXY: Patrick Flynn (33)

Under-17 Boys
Lehigh Valley United PA-E 1 SC Waukesha Blue WI 1
LVU: Colby Thomas (10); SCW: Kai Bottum (63)
Santa Clara Sporting CA-N 2 CUP Gold OH-S 1
SCSC: Miguel Castillo (62, 65); CUP: Jacob Scheper (78)
West Coast FC CA-S 6 TUSA Gold NC 0
WCFC: Esen Harris (7, 81), Luis F Silva (16:23), Own Goal (28:39), Ivan Canales (61:59), Dylan Struthers (68:25)
OBGC Rangers MD 2 PDA McGeough NJ 1
OBGC: Jeremy Ebobisse (48, 57); PDA: Michael Feeney (11:30)

Under-16 Boys
Fullerton Rangers White CA-S 3 CCV Stars Black AZ 0
FULL: George Castro (15), Own Goal (29), Ricardo Ruiz (57)
Smithtown Arsenal NY-E 2 NASA 15 Elite GA 1
SMAR: Christopher Hettler (31), Thomas Butzke (49); NASA: Walker Nance (14)
FC Golden State White CA-S 3 Concorde Fire Elite GA 2
FCGS: Yezid Lopez (18), Jonathan Hinojosa (26), Erick Villatoro (77); CFE: Jahmeil Curwen (2), Jose Perez (42)
Alliance Black MI 2 GSA Phoenix Red GA 2
ALNC: Emir Cengic (13), Peter Supinski (77)

Under-13 Boys
Pateadores LA CA-S 8 FSA FC Navy CT 2
PATS: Kyle Holcumb (4, 32, 48), Jason Pacas (16, 38), Bryan Perez (20, 52), Alejandro Barrera (45) FSA: Zachary Lopes (39), Anthony Melody (42:25)
Raiders FC IL 0 United FA 00 Elite GA 0
 
Under-18 Girls
Oklahoma FC OK 2 Lou Fusz Wipke MO 2
OFC: Rachael Thun (9), Mikayla Lowery (45); LFW: Madeline Orf (3), Hali Long (31)
Team Chicago Academy-Botafogo IL 0 Connecticut FC CT 0
Legends FC CA-S 2 VSA Heat Blue VA 1
LFC: Meilessah Rangel (90), Christina Tucker (91+); VSA: Victoria Burress (88)
Leahi Premier HI 2 FC United Select IL 1
LEAH: Dempsey Banks (2), Julie Khil (58); FCU: Allison Curry (29)

Under-17 Girls
PDA Ginga NJ 1 Iowa City Alliance - Heatwave IA 0
PDA: Brittany Cooper (23)
Cleveland United White OH-N 4 AHFC TX-S 1
CUSC: Sydney Elinsky (31), Kelly Novak (43, 59, 72); AHFC: Angelica Grayson (27)
BRYC Elite VA 5 Beadling Thunder PA-W 1
BRYC: Katherine Bukovsky (24, 60), Jennifer Boyles (37), Kahla Seymour (75, 88); BEAD: Ashley Mutkus (87)
Match Fit Beat NJ 2 FRAM Premier CA-S 1
MFB: Victoria Pantaleo (65), Brianna Robinson (68); FRAM: McKinsey R Martinez (76)

Under-13 Girls
NEFC Elite MA 2 Legends FC CA-S 2
NEFC: Marykate McGuire (56), Michaela Joyce (66); LFC: Kaylee Ramirez (4), Kaylee Ramirez (46)
Liverpool Elite TX-N 2 Michigan Hawks MI 1
LVPL: Catiana Lychwek (34, 54); HAWK: Alexa Spaanstra (8)


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