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Blues aim for another U-15 girls national championship
by Paul Kennedy, July 25th, 2007 7AM
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[UNDER-15 GIRLS PREVIEW] Ela joins national girls powers from PDA, the Dallas Texans and So Cal Blues at the National Championships.

PDA FIRE
State Association: New Jersey
Notable: The Fire feaures five regional team players.

ROSTER:
1 Jamie Chyat
2 Alexandra Baca
3 Rachel Davitt
4 Gabriella Guzman
5 Kacie Kergides
6 Julie Vajda
7 Emily Parisi
8 Kaitlin Brenn
9 Kimberly An
10 Avery Jackson
12 Karly O'Toole
14 Bridget Gilmartin
15 Shannon Roche
16 Mary Gibson Wagner
17 Michelle Morrison
19 Kristen Neiderhaus
21 Brianna Rano
31 Carly Gallagher
Head Coach Thomas Anderson

ELA ELITE
State Association: Illinois
Notable: Ela enjoyed lots of success in Midwest Regional League Premier Division.

ROSTER:
2 Kelly Brait
3 Jannelle Flaws
4 Rycke Guiney
5 Stacey Sanders
6 Celeste Gish
7 Maggie Eisenhuth
8 Alex Neal
9 Danielle Romano
11 Hailey Chmela
12 Amy Johnson
13 Deanna Libricz
14 Alexa Rowe
17 Sarah Stauner
22 Kelsey Quitschau
24 Taylor Heatherly
28 Nicole LaPetina
33 Kassidy Brown
34 Amanda Brait
Head Coach Tom Chmela

DALLAS TEXANS RED
State Association: Norh Texas
Notable: The Texans reached the National Championships as U-14s two years ago.

ROSTER:
1 Megan Cherry
2 Sydney Eppler
3 Kathryn Bass
4 Cortney Simmons
5 Courtney Smith
6 Juliann Jeffrey
7 Kristen Barg
8 Samantha Howell
9 Amanda Frisbie
10 Lauren Byers
11 Madison Whitehead
12 Avery Rape
14 Alexis Harris
15 Shonna Fraser
16 Brittany Morgan
17 Victoria Hoffman
18 Natasha Anasi
19 Alyssa Diggs
Head Coach Shawn Cantrell

SO CAL BLUES
State Association: Cal South
Notable: The Blues won their first national title two years ago at the U-15 level.

ROSTER:
1 Kimberly Cushing
2 Elizabeth Eddy
3 Sarah Halverson
4 Gillian Hogan
5 Greer Zerboni
6 Kelsey Wilson
7 Danielle Green
8 Gabriella Zarnegar
9 Megan Ferry
10 Alexandra Harrison
13 Leigh Edwards
15 Etajha Gilmer
18 Rachel Manning
19 Alexandra Trenary
20 Christina Hart
22 Kendall Romine
Head Coach Tad Bobak



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