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Six players from Colorado leg move to finals
April 21st, 2014 7:21PM

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[SUENO MLS] Six players were selected from the Colorado leg to take part in the Sueno MLS finals May 13-18 at StubHub Center in Carson, Calf. The winners -- one field player and one goalkeeper -- will receive the opportunity to play with an MLS youth academy.

Colorado Sueno MLS Finalists:
PLAYER POS. AGE HOMETOWN
Alejandro Alaniz, Midfielder, 16, Gardena, CA
Oscar Aragon, Defender, 16, Magnolia, TX
Jesus Arredondo, Midfielder, 15, Denver, CO
*Ernesto Galvan, Goalkeeper, 15, Commerce City, CO
Luis Loera, Midfielder, 15, Albuquerque, NM
Gilberto Tovar, Defender, 17, Garden City, KS
*El Portero Allstate.

Sueno MLS moves to Los Angeles April 27-28, then to New York May 3-4, and the 18 finalists from the three local-market tryouts will convene for four days of training and matches at StubHub Center.

The winners -- one field player and one goalkeeper -- will receive the opportunity to play with an MLS youth academy.

The six Colorado finalists will train with the Colorado Rapids youth academy for a week before going to LA for the Final Event.


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