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MAKING A LIST: Leading Goalscorers (U.S. Youth national championships)
July 29th, 2005 1:40PM

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BOYS
4 Goals:
Ryan Roushandel (Atlanta Fire United U-19)
3 Goals:
Ryan Stokes (Chicago Magic U-14)
2 Goals:
David Bell (Atlanta Fire United U-19)
Sean Sandoval (Dallas Texans Red U-18)
Brad Stisser (Real Colorado National√° U-18)
David Murphy (Dallas Texans Red U-17)
William Dworsky (Dallas Texans Red U-17)
Cesar Macias (Arsenal FC U-16)
Max Allen (FC Delco Black V U-16)
David Reyes (Solar SC U-16)
Elio De la Torre (Nomads FC U-15)
James Carpenter (CASL Elite U-15)
Sheanon Williams (FC Greater Boston Bolts U-15)

GIRLS
3 Goals:
Kerri Hanks (Dallas Texans Red U-19)
Jessica Jarrell (Sting Royal U-18)
Blake Miller (St. Louis SC U-15)
Rebecca Bentley (PDA Power U-15)
Alexandria Hampton (Edmond SC Black U-14)
2 Goals:
Michelle Enyeart (Laguna Hills Eclipse U-18)
Casey Nogueira (CASL Spartan Elite U-17)
Brittany McCoy (Eclipse Select U-17)
Christen Press (Slammers FC U-17)
Kellye Joswick (Slammers FC U-17)
Katherine Sheeleigh (PDA Fury U-16)
Chelsea Regan (PDA Fury U-16)
Casey Pederson (Michigan Hawks U-16)
Lucy Keith√° (Dallas Texans Red U-15)
Emily Cardell (Ohio Elite U-14)



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