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MLS academy teams dominate in U-17/18 playoffs
June 29th, 2012 12:18AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY] Half the U-17/18 field at the Development Academy Finals Week in Houston will consist of MLS academy teams: Vancouver Whitecaps, Colorado Rapids, FC Dallas and Chivas USA. The Caps advanced when they beat Texans SC Houston, 2-0, and Weston FC knocked off defending champion Pateadores, 2-0.

Baltimore Bays Chelsea, FC Dallas and Solar Chelsea were all perfect with three wins in their three U-17/18 games.

Playoff Winners
Group 1: North Carolina Fusion
Group 2: Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Group 3: De Anza Force
Group 4: Colorado Rapids
Group 5: FC Dallas
Group 6: Chivas USA
Group 7: Solar Chelsea SC
Group 8: Baltimore Bays Chelsea

THURSDAY'S SCORES
U-17/18
Group 1
North Carolina Fusion 1, Crossfire Premier 0
FC DELCO 3, Shattuck-Saint Mary's Soccer Academy 1

Group 2
Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2, Texans SC Houston 0
Weston FC 4, Pateadores 0

Group 3
LA Galaxy 1, CASL Chelsea FC Academy 1
De Anza Force 2, Vardar SC Freiburg 0

Group 4
Empire United 6, South Carolina United Battery 1
Colorado Rapids 2, Dallas Texans 1

Group 5
FC Dallas 3, Sockers FC 0
Real Salt Lake AZ 2, McLean Youth Soccer 0

Group 6
New York Red Bulls 1, Chivas USA 1
Charlotte Soccer Academy 3, New England Revolution 1

Group 7
Solar Chelsea SC 3, Chicago Fire 1
Albertson SC 1, Concorde Fire 1

Group 8
Baltimore Bays Chelsea 2, PDA 1
Lonestar SC 5, Crew Soccer Academy 2



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