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Home > Youth Soccer Reporter > Friday, March 26, 2010
[NATIONAL LEAGUE] The U-17 boys GSA Phoenix Red and U-17 girls So Cal Blues won their respective groups in the U.S. Youth Soccer National League and will make return trips to the 2010 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships July 20-25 in Overland Park, Kan. Read the whole story
[ECNL] The Dallas Sting clinched the first-year ECNL's U-15 Challenge A regular-season title with a 9-0-0 record. Read the whole story
[ECNL] Mustang Soccer led all teams with four players selected on the All-Event team consisting of 11 players in each of the U-15, U-16 and U-17 age groups picked at the conclusion of the recent ECNL national showcase, held in conjunction with the Las Vegas Showcase. For all the selections ... Read the whole story
[AROUND THE NET] A Long Island youth star headed to college on a soccer scholarship committed suicide, prompting police to investigate dozens of offensive comments posted on social networking sites directed at the girl before and after her death. Read the whole story
[SUENO MLS 2010] MLS's nationally televised player search has attracted 1,200 young players for Sueno MLS 2010, which expands to Houston, and returns to Los Angeles and Chicago. All 400 guaranteed tryout spots made available in each city were filled in less than 24 hours. Read the whole story
[CHICAGO FIRE] The Chicago Fire's U-16 academy team recently toured Mississippi and Louisiana, hooking up with the senior Fire team in preseason training. New Fire head coach Carlos de los Cobos even skipped a first-team function to watch the U-16s tie NAIA power Belhaven, 1-1. Read the whole story



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