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CESA Premier rallies to earn second win
December 29th, 2009 8:30AM
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[BOYS U-17 SHOWCASE] CESA Premier rallied from one goal down to beat Florida Rush Nike, 2-1, and remain perfect in the Under-17 Boys Showcase division at Disney's Soccer Showcase. For all Monday's results ...

Forward Kejoun Benjamin grabbed his first goal of the tournament with a header to give Rush an early 1-0 lead, but CESA rallied to win on a pair of second-half goals by Dylan Wolfinger.

Arslaval Conquerants, the lone Canadian entry in the boys Showcase competitions, improved to 2-0 with a 2-0 win over the Alpharetta Ambush Red.

Baltimore Bays Chelsea moved into Wednesday's championship thanks to its 1-0 win over GSA Phoenix Red.

BOYS U-17 SHOWCASE
Dec. 28

Bracket A
Dallas Texans 1 Chicago Fire Juniors Red 0
Santa Clara Sporting 1 Weston FC 2
Bracket B
Elite FC Gladiators 2 Penn Fusion SA Coppa 0
Westside United FC 0 Solar SC 1 
Bracket C
CESA Premier 2 Florida Rush Nike 1
Foothill FC MLVA Raptors 1 Sockers FC Chicago 2
Bracket D
Hicksville American SC Strikers 3 Tulsa SC Red 1
Blast FC Red 0 Concorde Fire 2
Bracket E
Alpharetta Ambush Red 0 Conquerants Laval 2
Team Ohio SC COSA 3 Andromeda 2
Bracket F
Campton United SC 0 Navy Florida Kickers 1
GSA Phoenix Red 0 Baltimore Bays Chelsea 1



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