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Thirteen states represented on Alianza teams
September 12th, 2013 9:18PM
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[7UP SUENO ALIANZA] After tryouts in 11 cities across the USA, Alianza de Futbol has announced 56 finalists for U-15 and U-19 teams that will compete at the 7Up Sueno Alianza National Finals, presented by Verizon Sept. 19-22 in Carson, Calif. The finalists hail from 13 states.

The opponents for the Alianza squads for games at the HubStub Center include the youth teams of MLS's Chivas USA and Mexican Liga MX’s Tijuana Xolos.

U-15s Alianza Finalists
1. Luis Angel Arreola (Wheeling, Ill.)
2. Kevin Anthony Garcia (Wheeling, Ill.)
3. Eduardo Salazar (Riverside, Calif.)
4. Tristyn Dale Bailey (Hanford, Calif.)
5. Chris Manuel Hernandez Becerra (Los Angeles)
6. Homero Vazquez (Midland, Texas)
7. Rafael Calderon (Dallas, Texas)
8. Bryan Argueta (Gaithersburg, Md.)
9. Alberto Vidana Algandar (Chandler, Ariz)
10. Jesus Garcia Jr. (Chandler, Ariz)
11. Aaron Esai Alvarez (Laredo, Texas)
12. Jose Eric Chavez Jr. (Los Fresno, Texas)
13. Osiris Ruiz (Houston, Texas)
14. Miguel Toledo (Longmont, Colo.)
15. Elio Delgado Gomez (Denver, Colo.)
16. Jefferson Portillo (Brentwood, N.Y.)
17. Hipsen I. Garcia Oceguera (Corona, N.Y.)
18. Tierre R. Dulanto (Flushing Queens, N.Y.)
19. Alan Morales Loyola (Naples, Fla.)
20. Kristoc Camacho Noriega (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
21. Ramon Mitchel Ceja (Reno, Nev.)
22. Diego Pascual Villapudua (Stockton, Calif.)
23. Jose Domingo Mendoza (San Elizario, Texas)

U-19s Alianza Finalists
1. Christian David Calderon (Houston)
2. Sergio Antonio Ruvalcaba (Austin, Texas )
3. Edwin Ofilio Claros (Hyattsville, Md.)
4. Ryan Matthew Barley (Freehold, N.J.)
5. Chris Estevez (Garnerville, N.Y.)
6. Leo Folla (New York, N.Y.)
7. Ivan Raul Campos Flores (Phoenix, Ariz.)
8. Kenny Efraín Mata Cruz (Glendale, Ariz.)
9. Gabriel Omar Torres (Reseda, Calif.)
10. Miguel Palafox (Van Nuys, Calif.)
11. Martin Guillermo Melchor (Jacksonville, Texas)
12. Edgar Abraham Andrade Montes (Garland, Texas)
13. Braham Gamarra (Snellville, Ga.)
14. Sergio Martinez (Stockton, Calif.)
15. Jesus Vazquez (Santa María, Calif.)
16. Diego Lopez Silva (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
17. Daniel Villalpando (Napa, Calif.)
18. Alberto Castro (Henderson, Colo.)
19. Eduardo Moreno (Liberal, Kan.)
20. Joey Chica (Hanford, Calif.)
21. Carlos Saldana (Vallejo Calif.)
22. Daniel Lopez (Victorville, Calif.).
23. Jose Raul Ponce Perez (El Paso, Texas)


2 comments
  1. Emiliano Zapata
    commented on: September 13, 2013 at 10:05 a.m.
    FC Athletico from Chicago is well represented by it's 2 players, Kevin Garcia & Luis Angel Arreola, the only players chosen from our city. Kevin Garcia is a tall, strong, fast, left winger, just what Mexicans scouts are looking for. Luis Angel Arreola is a 6'2" forward born in 99' with extremely good coordination, speed, agility for his height, also a great tribute looked for by these scouts. Good Luck boys!! At FCA, we are extremely proud of you both and are already preparing the next bash of talented players for next year!!
  1. walter Gamarra
    commented on: September 13, 2013 at 11:45 a.m.
    Brahan Gamarra excelent player original from lima Peru represent GWINNETT SOCCER ASOCIATION (GSA) and Georgia soccer players his position is centermid verygood skils and fast player good luck brahan

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