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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Wednesday, March 4, 2009
With one game to spare, the Dallas Texans won the 2009 U.S. Youth Soccer National League U-16 boys championship. The Texans have also clinched the U-17 girls title. For all the news and results from last weekend's National League boys play in Georgia ... Read the whole story
The second year of play in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy has seen an influx of younger players into the U-15/16 programs, which has in turn expanded the player pool for the U-15 boys national team. Read the whole story
Featuring 12 players headed to Division I college programs, Pleasanton (Calif.) Foothill High School was one of the most heralded teams to ever come out of Northern California. The Falcons, who had given up only five goals in their first 21 games, were the heavy favorites to win California's North ... Read the whole story
Eastside FC cleaned up at last weekend's Washington Youth Soccer state championship, capturing the U-18 and U-17 boys state titles and the U-16 and U-15 boys titles in the Challenge Cup divisions. For all the winners ... Read the whole story
The Richmond Kickers Youth Soccer Club will call their new 34.5-acre sports complex, slated to open in June 2009, Ukrop Park, in honor of the Ukrop family, which donated to the project and owns a store adjacent to the site. Read the whole story
U.S. Youth Soccer ODP boys '91 regional teams will compete in Costa Rica March 9-13 against the Costa Rica national youth team, as well as youth teams from Alajuela, Brujas and Heredia. For complete rosters ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"Nothing like that should ever happen to any kid. I just think there are a lot of leagues out there, and it's not just soccer, that need to be brought under control." -- Pawtucket (R.I.) resident Jeff Southworth on the need to intervene in youth sports disputes. His daughter quit her soccer team after police were called when her coach came to Southworth's house and they clashed over league matters, including whether he could videotape games. (AP) "I can't imagine anyone being for it. I just don't think they want anyone at that level getting involved in our sports." -- ...More


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