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Home >Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, July 24, 2009
Ralph Lundy, son of the longtime College of Charleston coach of the same name, scored four goals to lead Discoveries Soccer Club Green to an 8-1 win over East Fishkill Thunder Thursday that secured the South Carolina team a place in the under-18 boys final at the U.S. Youth National ... Read the whole story
The girls finals are set in two age groups -- U-18 FC Bucks Vipers vs. Ohio Elite SA and U-15 Dallas Texans vs. San Diego Surf -- after the completion of the second day of play at the U.S. Youth National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. The only other girls team ... Read the whole story
Play continued Thursday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Here are all the boys results and goal scorers from Day 2 ... Read the whole story
Play continued Thursday at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Lancaster, Mass. Here are all the girls results and goal scorers from Day 2 ... Read the whole story
The Chicago Magic, one of the big names in youth soccer, has been sold. Rampage Futbol LLC, owner of the Rockford Rampage professional indoor team, acquired the Magic from Hallmark Properties. As part of the club's restructuring, former El Salvador and MLS star Raul Diaz Arce has been named the ... Read the whole story
U.S. under-17 girls national team coach Kazbek Tambi called in 22 players to a training camp that begins Tuesday in Pearl River, N.Y. Read the whole story


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"What we were able to pull off with everybody helping out shows [Chelsea] that we're for real. And we're very impressed with what they've done for us." -- Kevin Healey, president of the Baltimore Bays, who helped bring the World Football Challenge to Baltimore, where a sellout crowd of 71,000 will watch Chelsea play AC Milan on Friday. Chelsea signed a four-year deal with the Bays valued at more than $100,000 to the Bays in 2009. (Baltimore Sun) ...More


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