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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Thursday, July 23, 2009
The opening game of the under-18 boys competition at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships lived up its to its billing Wednesday as Discoveries Soccer Club Green of South Carolina twice came back from a goal down and beat the Westside Metros Internationals of Oregon, 3-2, on a second-half goal ... Read the whole story
Coached by Shawn Medved, whose claim to fame as a player is that he scored the tying goal in D.C. United's memorable comeback against the Los Angeles Galaxy to win the inaugural MLS Cup in 1996, the De Anza Force pulled the biggest upset on Day 1 of girls play ... Read the whole story
Play began Wednesday at the US Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Here are all the boys results and goal scorers from Day 1 ... Read the whole story
Play began Wednesday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Here are all the girls results and goal scorers from Day 1 ... Read the whole story
The USA will be again represented at the Milk Cup in Northern Ireland, where it will face Denmark and Germany in group play in the under-18 boys Elite competition that begins on Monday. Read the whole story
Blau Weiss Gottschee, the oldest club in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, and Manhattan Kickers FC have merged to form BW Gottschee NYC. Read the whole story
England's Chelsea Football Club has partnered with a fifth U.S. youth club program, teaming up with Downtown United Soccer Club and its sister organization Gotham Girls, two of New York City's leading youth organizations and school programs. Read the whole story


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"We act like sisters, argue like sisters and people think we look like sisters." -- Amy Grow, Oklahoma's all-time leading goalscorer in high school soccer (198 goals for Deer Creek High School), on herself and cousin and goalkeeper Cris, who are playing for surprise Region III under-18 champion Edmond SC Black, who is competing at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships. (The Oklahoman) ...More


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