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Six players from Los Angeles leg move to finals
April 29th, 2014 8:53PM
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[SUENO MLS] Six players were selected from the Los Angeles leg to take part in the Sueno MLS finals May 13-18 at StubHub Center in Carson, Calf. The winners -- one field player and one goalkeeper -- will receive the opportunity to play with an MLS youth academy.

Los Angeles Sueno MLS Finalists:
PLAYER POS. AGE HOMETOWN
Johnny Chavarria, Defender, 16 Las Vegas, NV
Jessie Echeverria Gramajo, Defender, 16 Los Angeles, CA
Luis Garcia Sosa, Midfielder, 16, Castaic, CA
Anthony Jimenez, Midfielder, 14, Los Angeles, CA
Jose Pinedo, Midfielder, 15, McFarland, CA
*Jorge Rizo, Goalkeeper, 15, South El Monte, CA

Colorado Sueno MLS Finalists:
PLAYER POS. AGE HOMETOWN
Alejandro Alaniz, Midfielder, 16, Gardena, CA
Oscar Aragon, Defender, 16, Magnolia, TX
Jesus Arredondo, Midfielder, 15, Denver, CO
*Ernesto Galvan, Goalkeeper, 15, Commerce City, CO
Luis Loera, Midfielder, 15, Albuquerque, NM
Gilberto Tovar, Defender, 17, Garden City, KS
*El Portero Allstate.

Sueno MLS moves to New York this weekend for the third regional event. The Colorado trials were already held. The 18 finalists from the three local-market tryouts will then convene for four days of training and matches at StubHub Center.

The winners -- one field player and one goalkeeper -- will receive the opportunity to play with an MLS youth academy.

The regional finalists will train with their respective MLS youth academies in their area for a week before the Final Event.


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