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Youth Soccer: Snickers National Championship scores and standings (July 24-26)

UNDER-19 BOYS

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers 1 (Gavilla 51) Chicago Magic 1 (Klitzke 54).

Houston Texans 2 (Gaworecki 18, Cunliffe 80) San Bernardino (Calif.) Blast 0.

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers 3 (Musinski 10, Sura 70, Barberio 81) Houston Texans 3 (Cunliffe 18, Storey 20, Mupier 31).

Chicago Magic 3 (Boy 21, Singer 52, Grabavoy 62) San Bernardino (Calif.) 3 Blast 3 (Griffin 45+, 53, ...
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WUSA GAME PREVIEWS (July 27)

Saturday, July 27 (4:00 pm ET)
SAN DIEGO (4-8-4, 16 points) at WASHINGTON (7-5-5, 26 points)

(TV: PAX)
Key Players Out: San Diego - G Jaime Pagliarulo (knee strain), F Zhang Ouying (pulled hamstring); Washington - D Lindsay Stoecker (ACL tear-L).

Saturday, July 27 (6:00 pm ET)
NEW YORK (3-13-1, 10 points) at SAN JOSE (6-6-4, 22 points)

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MLS GAME PREVIEWS (July 27)

Saturday, July 27 (4:00 pm ET)
METROSTARS (9-8-2, 29 points) at CHICAGO (7-8-3, 24 points)

(TV: ESPN2)

Key Players Out: MetroStars - D Marcelo Balboa (knee bone bruise-R), M Brad Davis (partial tear, plantar fascia-L), M/F Clint Mathis (torn meniscus & sprained MCL-R), M Tab Ramos (torn hamstring-L); Chicago - M Chris Armas (torn ACL-R), M Sergi Daniv (turf toe-R), M Peter ...
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U.S. U-21s romp into Nordic Cup final

The United States on Friday romped into its sixth successive Nordic Cup final, blitzing Greece, 4-0, in Turku, Finland, to earn a berth opposite Germany in Sunday's championship game.

The Americans, who are seeking to win the world's premier tournament for under-21 women for the fourth straight year and fifth time in six years, got big help from the Finns, who ...
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WUSA: All-Stars are Portland-bound

By Scott French, Senior Editor

There's been talk in WUSA corridors of an all-star game -- a real all-star game -- since last year. It'll be more than talk come September.

The WUSA and Portland Family Entertainment have scheduled a ''major soccer announcement'' Monday morning in Portland to unveil a ''new soccer initiative.'' The news, several league sources confirmed, will be that ...
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SoccerAmerica.net and HitThe.net e-mail Account Update

Update (26 July 2002): It looks like we have been able to resolve the MX Record issue which has been preventing some users from receiving their e-mail. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope there will be no further problems. Please check your e-mail account and let us know if there are any further problems (rick@socceramerica.com).

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Youth soccer: Nine teams have perfect records at national championships

Nine teams had perfect records after two days of the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Germantown, Md.

FC Delco Arsenal (U-18 boys), the Irvine Strikers (U-17 boys) and West Valley Samba (U-15 girls) are the only teams to clinch spots in Sunday's finals. The top two teams advance to the finals.

Also 2-0 after Day 2 are Rochester Junior Rhinos ...
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MLS: Playoff Race Standings

Eight of the 10 MLS teams earn a playoff spot, regardless of which conference they are in. Therefore, the MLS playoff race looks like this:

Team (wins-losses-ties) points (goal difference)
1. San Jose (12-6-2) 38 pts (+15)
2. Dallas (8-4-6) 30 pts (+2)
3. MetroStars (9-8-2) 29 pts (+5)
4. Colorado (9-9-2) 29 pts (-5)
5. Los Angeles (8-7-3) 27 pts ...
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Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships scores and standings (July 24-25)

UNDER-19 BOYS

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers 1 (Gavilla 51) Chicago Magic 1 (Klitzke 54).

Houston Texans 2 (Gaworecki 18, Cunliffe 80) San Bernardino (Calif.) Blast 0.

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers 3 (Musinski 10, Sura 70, Barberio 81) Houston Texans 3 (Cunliffe 18, Storey 20, Mupier 31).

Chicago Magic 3 (Boy 21, Singer 52, Grabavoy 62) San Bernardino (Calif.) 3 Blast 3 (Griffin 45+, 53, ...
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MLS Midweek Wrap: Quakes remain stingy

MLS Midweek Wrap: Quakes remain stingy

By Ridge Mahoney

SEVEN NO MORE: San Jose keeper Joe Cannon was in the nets Wednesday night as Quakes blanked Chicago, 1-0, for his and theirs eighth shutout of the season.

Cannon had posted seven shutouts apiece in the 2000 and 2001 seasons.

The Quakes have conceded 18 goals in 20 games (0.90 goals per game) and could ...
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San Diego Surf wins clash of girls titans at national youth championships

Opening day of the Snickers U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships featured two games between former champions.

In the under-19 girls competition, the San Diego Surf White, the 2000 U-17 champion, gained revenge for its loss to the Michigan Hawks in last yearÆs U-18 final with a 4-1 victory.

In a repeat of the 2000 U-17 boys final, the Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers ...
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U.S. Youth Soccer: Day 1 of Snickers National Championships (July 24)

UNDER-19 BOYS

Stony Brook (N.Y.) Panthers 1 (Gavilla 51) Chicago Magic 1 (Klitzke 54).

Houston Texans 2 (Gaworecki 18, Cunliffe 80) San Bernardino (Calif.) Blast 0.

UNDER-18 BOYS

FC Delco Arsenal (Pa.) 2 (Chambers 3, Kozicki 78) Classic Bandidos (N.M.) 0.

Houston Texans 2 (Watson 6, Webb 72) NFC Vincere (Neb.) 1 (Brown 45).

UNDER-17 BOYS

Irvine (Calif.) Strikers 3 (Long 44, Feilhaber 48, Bornstein 66) Dallas ...
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MLS Summaries (July 24)

July 24 in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus 1 D.C. United 0. Goal: Washington (West, Maisonneuve) 52.

Columbus -- Busch, Torres, McCarty (Martino, 32), Dunseth, Leitch, Maisonneuve (Oughton, 77), Perez, Denton, West, Washington (Cunningham, 74), McBride.

D.C. United -- Rimando, Prideaux, Reyes, Nelsen, Namoff (Curtis, 74), Alavanja (Mapp, 89), Villegas, Convey, Williams, Moreno (Alegria, 63), Lassiter.

Yellow cards: Columbus -- Maisonneuve 23, Leitch 67, Cunningham 84; ...
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WUSA: Last-place Power upsets first-place Charge

The lowly New York Power, eliminated from the WUSA playoff chase last weekend, overcame a two-goal deficit in the final seven minutes Wednesday, rallying to upset first-place Philadelphia, 3-2, to snap a record nine-game losing streak and claim only its third victory of the season.

Washington took a step closer to a playoff berth -- and Boston nearer to elimination -- ...
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U.S. Amateur Soccer Association national championship results

MEN'S OPEN

July 19/Semifinals

AAC Eagles (Ill.) 8 Tyneside United (Nev.) 2

Vereinigung Erzebirge (Pa.) 2 (TXS) Real Madrid (Texas) 1 (OT)

July 20/Final

AAC Eagles (Ill.) 2 Vereinigung Erzebirge 1

MEN'S AMATEUR

July 19/Semifinals

Milwaukee Bavarians 2 N. Huntington Beach (Calif.) 1

Baltimore Colts 3 Iguana (Ala.) 1

July 21/Final

Milwaukee Bavarians 3 Baltimore Colts 1

MEN'S OVER-30

July 19/Semifinals

Hibernian Saints (Wash.) 2 Milwaukee Bavarians 0

Azzurri (Texas) 3 Bier FC (Va.) ...
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