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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008
The soccer hotbed missing from last year's U.S. Soccer Development Academy was Dallas. Indeed, no Texas team took part in the inaugural season, but that has changed. The first games took place last weekend in the Central Conference's Texas Division. Read the whole story
The U.S. U-17 boys national team swept matches at Southern California's Nomads in the second of a series of stops at U.S. Soccer Development Academy clubs. Read the whole story
The move for clubs to merge and form super clubs is gaining momentum in Florida. Read the whole story
The 2009 National Cup VIII Regionals return to seven of the same locations as the 2008 event.  Once again, the Modesto, Calif., and Pittsgrove, N.J., regionals will be divided into separate weekends for boys and girls. For the 2009 regionals ... Read the whole story
Sacramento Jesuit, which took over first in the NSCAA/adidas high school boys national rankings, has earned out-of-state wins over Portland (Ore.) Jesuit (2-0), Albuquerque (N.M.) La Cueva (3-1) and Albuquerque (N.M.) St. Pius (5-1). Last week's No. 1 Kansas City Rockhurst lost in a shootout to area rival St. Thomas ... Read the whole story
The Pennington School, No. 1 in the NSCAA/adidas high school girls national rankings, improved to 5-0-0 with wins over Lawrenceville (5-0) and Montclair (2-0). For the complete Top 25 ... Read the whole story
The Schulz Academy improved to 4-0-1 in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy's U/15-16 age group with wins over the visiting Bridge FA and Virginia Rush. For all of last weekend's results: Read the whole story


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"The children adore reading it [match reports] and it genuinely thrills them. The local press is an enormous part of the community and we hope these reports encourage these children to read -- and maybe read a bit more." -- A coach in the Hunts (England) Mini-Soccer League, where coaches of under-7 and under-8 teams have been banned from sending game reports to the local newspaper for fear of making games too competitive. The decision, described by one coach as "politically correct madness" is an extension of the English FA's ban on results being kept at younger ages. (Hunts P ...More


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