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Real Salt Lake AZ makes history
July 22nd, 2013 2:27AM
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[DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY: U-15/16s] Real Salt Lake AZ got late goals from U.S. U-17 Justen Glad and Evan Waldrep to win the 2013 Under-15/16 Development Academy title with a 4-2 win over Solar Chelsea SC in the final in Houston. U.S. U-16 stars Brooks Lennon and Sebastian Saucedo had a goal and two assists and a goal and an assist, respectively, as the MLS-affiliated academy team became the first residential program to win a national championship.

Justen Glad's header goal in the 75th minute broke a 2-2 deadlock and Real Salt Lake AZ padded its lead in the closing minutes to claim

Solar Chelsea took the early lead on U.S. U-17 Alan Winn's goal in the 21st minute and rallied from 2-1 down on Bryson Asher's goal to tie the score at 2-2 in the 66th minute.

July 20 in Houston
Real Salt Lake AZ 4 Solar Chelsea SC 2. Goals: Lennon 2, Saucedo 36, Glad 75, Waldrep 78; Winn 21, Asher 75.
Real Salt Lake AZ -- Barraza (Bishov, 80); Eng, Nino, Glad, Silva (Rodriguez, 71); Gayton (Ferguson, 80), Ovalle (Lopez, 65), Hernandez (Doughty, 61); German (Knox, 80), Saucedo (Waldrap, 73), Lennon
Solar Chelsea SC -- Linnabary; Hernandez (Collins, 77), Baum, Smith, Stavrou; Dudley, Asher (Carmona, 77), Shankle, Winn; Rennhack, Asom.
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