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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008
The 2008 NSCAA/adidas Boys High School All-America Team included six repeat selections, all from fall programs: Brian Forgue (Downington West, Pa.), Andrew Wenger (Warwick, Pa.), Kevin Bick (St. Xavier High, Ky.), Jordan Cyrus (Norfolk Academy, Va.), Rafael Diaz (Morris Hills, N.J.) and Ben Newnam (East Forsyth, N.C.). The girls selections ... Read the whole story
Sixteen teams were perfect in their three games at U.S. Soccer's Development Academy Winter Showcase in Lancaster, Calif.: U-17/18 teams Andromeda, Colorado Rush AS Monaco, D.C. United, FC Delco, Derby County Wolves, Greensboro Youth Soccer, Lonestar, Met Oval, Miami FC Kendall, Real Colorado, Richmond Strikers and U-15/16 teams CASL, Crossfire ... Read the whole story
The Dallas Texans Red, the defending national champions, won all four games in the under-17 girls division, making them the only team to win all four games in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League's  opening weekend of girls play in North Carolina. Read the whole story
The U.S. Youth Soccer National League kicks off its 2008-09 boys season with under-15, under-16 and (for the first time) under-17 play beginning Thursday at the Ross Stewart Soccer Complex in Dallas. Games are being held in conjunction with the Men's College Cup in Frisco to provide greater exposure of ... Read the whole story
Frank Hall, a member of the Washington State Youth Soccer Association's Hall of Fame, died recently at the age of 73 after a battle with cancer. Read the whole story


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"What is surprising and so hard about this case is that the people using this service are youth groups, research consortiums -- people who are not big enough to host it on their own. We are talking small non-profit organizations -- pretty vulnerable groups." -- Marina Len, the attorney representing the 1,600-member Montclair Soccer Club, which filed suit against online registration firm Count Me In in U.S. District Court in Seattle, alleging that the club is owed $142,000 for past donations and registration fees handled by Count Me In. Other sports and non-sports organizations have since come forward, claiming that ...More


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