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U.S. Youth Soccer: Snickers National Championships (Day 3)
July 30th, 2001 12AM
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The following are the results on the third day of the Snickers U.S. Youth National Championships: Under-19 Boys FC Delco Black (West Chester, Pa.) 2, KC Athletics (Kansas City, Kan.) 1 Goals: (FCD) Oliver Quiah, 14th; Eric Chapman, 26th. (KC) Pat Geraghty, 28th. River City Rush (Sacramento, Calif.) 1, Charlotte (N.C.) SC Blue 0 Goal: Marcos Mercado, 81st. Under-18 Boys Beadling Blue (Pittsburgh) 1, Texans æ82/Æ83 (Houston) 0 Goal: Jim Gottermeyer, 88th. Colorado Rush Nike (Lakewood) 1, Vardar III (Southfield, Mich.) 0 Goal: Jeff Krause, 70th. Under-17 Boys Classic FC Bandidos (Albuquerque, N.M.) 3, Stone Mountain (Ga.) Storm 2 Goals: (C) Morgan Ortiz, 63rd; Randy Albright, 66th; Carlos Roldan, 90th. (SM) John Dalziel, 11th; Lawson Vaughn, 37th. Team Dayton (Ohio) 1, SC Baltimore Bays 0 Goal: Nate Darr, 37th. Under-16 Boys Irvine (Calif.) Strikers 6, FC Delco Black (West Chester, Pa.) 3 Goals: (I) Matt Basin, 13th, 57th, 70th; Tannen Wels, 19th; Benny Feilhaber, 24th; Doug Franco, 28th. (FCD) Brian DiGiulio, 30th; Brian Madden, 40th, 42nd. Sockers FC (Chicago) 4, Dallas Texans Æ85 2 Goals: (S) Michael Magee, 25th; Craig Capano, 54th; Brian Plotkin, 57th; Gabriel Leon, 81st. (D) Ramon Nunez, 69th; 82nd. Under-15 Boys Ohio Thunder (Columbus) 2, Irvine (Calif.) Strikers 0 Goals: Xavier Balc, 34th; Nathan Booker, 80th. FC Delco Dynamo (West Chester, Pa.) 4, Isaacson Alpharetta (Ga.) YMCA Eagles Black 0 Goals: Domenick Raimo, 2nd; Chris Germani, 26th; Peter Sokolski, 29th, 82nd. Under-14 Boys Potomac (Md.) Cougars 2, Fremont (Calif.) Fury 0 Goals: Freddy Adu, 34th; Michael Rollings, 65th. CASL Elite Æ86 (Raleigh, N.C.) 2, Premier adidas SC (Westerville, Ohio) 1 Goals: (CASL) Steven Curfman, 42nd; Samuel Camblin, 48th. (P) Phillip Walter, 35th. Under-19 Girls Challenge æ81/Æ82 (Spring, Texas) 1, New Hyde Park (N.Y.) Lady Bengals 0 Goal: Adrianna Adame, 41st. Colorado Rush Nike (Lakewood) 2, Busch SC (St. Louis) 0 Goals: Kate Ling, 28th; Sarah-Gayle Swanson, 61st. Under-18 Girls San Diego Surf 3, HBC Magic (Huntington, N.Y.) 0 Goals: Rachelle Snyder, 61st; Krystal Sandza, 74th; Brenna Mullen, 85th. Michigan Hawks (Livonia) 2, Greenville (S.C.) FC USA 1 Goals: (M) Lindsay Tarpley, 39th, 64th. (G) Lida Ledford, 28th. Under-17 Girls Bethesda (Md.) Fury 1, Southern California Blues (San Juan Capistrano) 1 Goals: (B) Athena Gramates, 84th; (SC) Becca Mildrew, 56th. DÆFeeters Æ84 (Farmers Branch, Texas) 2, Kolping Ben-Gals (Cincinnati) 2 Goals: (D) Jacqueline Lemons, 46th; Brittany Barakat, 50th; (K) Angela Scarlato, 12th; Melissa Miller, 55th. Under-16 Girls Southern California Blues (San Juan Capistrano) 3, Eclipse Select æ84/Æ85 (Libertyville, Ill.) 0 Goals: Stacey Mescher, 10th; Joanna Irwin, 19th; Tessa Baker, 61st. HBC Fury (Huntington, N.Y.) 3, GSA Æ85 Phoenix Red (Lilburn, Ga.) 3 Goals: (HBC) Stacey Insardi, 9th; Mary Schneck, 44th, 74th. (GSA) Amanda Garcia, 46th; 75th; Courtney Foster, 62nd. Under-15 Girls Dallas Texans Æ86 Red 0, PDA Galaxy (Zarephath, N.J.) 0 Busch SC (St. Louis) 2, Colorado Rush Nike (Lakewood) 1 Goals: (B) Stephanie Pauli, 18th; Charlie Winchell, 76th. (C) Caroline Lea, 28th. Under-14 Girls Chantilly (Va.) Milan 4, Rio Vista Elite (Albuquerque, N.M.) 0 Goals: Amy Smerdzinski, 7th, 35th; Kerry Philbin, 47th; Katherine Koussis, 51st. KC Dynamos (Kansas City, Kan.) 2, Æ87 Lazers White (Peachtree City, Ga.) 0 Goals: Shawn Magrum, 28th; own goal, 65th.

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