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Champions triumph with lopsided victories
January 1st, 2010 12:15PM
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Region I won the 1993 Super Group and Region IV took the 1994 Super Group, both with lopsided victories, in Wednesday's finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Super Group at Disney's Soccer Showcase. For all the results and goal scorers ...

In the 1993 final, Region I made no doubt about the outcome as it scored three goals in the opening 17 minutes and cruised to a 4-1 victory.

Hayden Harr set the tone in the eighth minute when he blasted a one-time volley into the net after Eric Bird displayed some nice skill, beating his marker down the right side and cutting a cross into the box.

The 1994 boys from Region IV finished with four wins in four games, beating Region I for the second time in the championship game.

Brian Gutierrez had two goals and John McBean added a goal and assist off the bench to lead Region IV to the 3-0 win.

Mikhail Doholis had two assists for Region IV, which finished with an 11-0 scoring margin.

Dec. 30
1993 Region I 4, Region IV 1
Goal Scorers: Region I:  Hayden Harr (8), Luis Rendon Alba (14), Eric Bird (17), Ryan Tauss (70); Region IV: Alfredo Rodriguez (58)

1993 Region II 1, Region III 0
Goal Scorer: Fernando Pacheco (27)

1994 Region IV 3, Region I 0
Goal Scorers: John McBean (47), Brian Gutierrez (51, 69)

1994 Region II 1, Region III 0
Goal Scorer: John Manga (15)
 



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