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ODP Boys Winter Interregional rosters
December 17th, 2013 5:04AM
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[U.S. YOUTH SOCCER]The U.S. ODP Boys Winter Interregional for boys from the 1998 age group will take place Dec. 20-22 at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

1998 Region I Boys
First Name Last Name Hometown State Club
Marc Alexander Pittsburgh PA Century V
Christopher Capaldo, Jr. Saint James NY Smithtown
Brandon Clegg Manassas VA PWSI
John Eltringham Bethlehem PA Lehigh Valley United
Matthew Flax Dix Hills NY Dix Hills Elite
Lucas Gocke Elkview WV West Virginia SC
Preston Haugh Alexandria VA Arlington SA
Ryan Landry Glenshaw PA Arsenal FC
David Mason Bethesda MD 88
Daniel Munch Burlington MA Bolts
Kevin O'Toole Montclair NJ SDFC
Christian Saint Louis Valley Stream NY HBC
Colin Shutler Broadlands VA Loudoun Soccer
Cole Spofford Broad Run VA FC Richmond
Jake Stengel Allentown PA Lehigh Valley United
Riley Strassner Avon CT FSA
Kurt Wesch Manhasset NY South Huntington
Matthew Wilson Ridgefield CT Beachside

1998 Region II Boys
First Name Last Name Hometown State Club
Jacob Crabtree Caledonia MI
Timmy Dolan Troy MI
Parker Brose Canton MI
Danny Chavarria Murray KY
Colin Clarke Perrysburg OH
Mark Histed Dubuque IA
Elvir Ibisevic Urbandale IA
Nicholas King Mattawan MI
Sam Kornetzke Grafton WI
Nicholas Kraeuter Jackson MI
Will Laufer Lawrence KS
Bawiuk Lian-Phutin Indianapolis IN
Jacob Lyon Holt MI
Todor Atlija Franklin WI
Andrew Dunkin Westfield IN
Antonio Sanchez Iowa City IA
Stephen Siy Omaha NE
Javier Steinwascher Sterling Heights MI

1998 Region III Boys

First Name Last Name Hometown State Club
Stephen Bailey Brentwood TN Tennessee SC
Lamar Batista Oklahoma City OK Oklahoma FC
William Betz Pass Christian MS FC United
Jordan Broadwater Kingsport TN FC Dallas
Cristian Gonzalez Houston TX Texas United FC
Bennie Harris II Franklin TN Tennessee SC
Nelson Hunsinger Mary Esther FL Gulf Coast Texans
Trey Jackson Ocala FL Leg-A-Z
Lagos Kunga Tucker GA DDYSC Wolves
Abraham Lazo Irving TX DFW Tejanos SC
Ernando Manrique Buford GA Norcross SA
Kai Pham Madison AL Hoover SC
Bryson Pink Winter Springs FL Orlando City FC
Jason Rosales Statesville NC Iredell CRD
Chase Rushing River Ridge LA Chicago Fire Jrs.
Samuel Ward Boca Raton FL FC Florida
Jerome Williams Montgomery AL Vestavia Hills SC
Arturo Ydrach Orlando FL Florida Kraze Krush

1998 Region IV Boys
First Name Last Name Hometown State Club
Trevor Amann Westminister CO Storm North
Blake Bodily Eagle ID Boise Nationals
Samuel Dadzie Sacramento CA
Aidan Dayton Elk Ridge UT Hobble Creek Storm
Robert Jacobs Colorado Springs CO Pride Predators
Francisco Macias, Jr. Albuquerque NM New Mexico Rush 98
Joshua Madeira El Paso TX
Daniel Malki Phoenix AZ SC Del Sol
Michael Mellor Sacramento CA Sacramento United
Jared Osgood Anchorage AK Cook Inlet SC
Kent Oudomphong Portland OR Portland Timbers Academy
Brain Peek Laguna Woods CA Legends FC
Raphello Perez-Colasito Gilbert AZ Sereno Soccer Club
John Roundtree Grass Valley CA Placer United
Zachary Trevorrow Honolulu HI Riggers Soccer Club
Fredrick Yao San Francisco CA San Francisco Seals


2 comments
  1. BJ Genovese
    commented on: December 17, 2013 at 4:28 p.m.
    Thats because ODP is an utter joke. Rarely does a kid from these pools even make the national roster anymore. I feel sorry for the parents that are shelling out the bucks.
  1. El Chavo Del Ocho
    commented on: December 18, 2013 at 10:50 a.m.
    Ric, ODP should not exist. In the Midwest, its corrupt big time. It's a business and therefore they must keep all states interested with a chance at making it. If you ask for a discount, financial aid or payment plan you are surely to be excluded from Regional team. In Region 2 several coaches on the girl's side got fired because of tampering and preferences. Alianza is the way to go. 100% Free from start to finish and with National coaches and pro teams picking players. Makes you wonder how a rather new organization is doing things so much better than these dinasours

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