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U.S. YOUTH SOCCER: Region III Finals (June 29)
June 30th, 2005 1:14AM
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U-19 Boys

CESA Premier (SC) 1 (Arrietta 86) Atlanta Fire United (GA) 2 (Chambers 32, Charowski 43).

U-18 Boys

AFC Lightning (GA) 1 (Knott 40) Dallas Texans Red (TX N) 2 (Nguyen 70, 93).

U-17 Boys

Dallas Texans Red (TX N) 4 (Brown 13, Sajjadi 43, Nigh 52, Akpan 58) TN FC Blue (TN) 0.

U-16 Boys

Solar SC (TX N) 0 CASL Elite (NC) 0.

(Solar wins on penalties 7-6.)

U-15 Boys

CASL Elite (NC) 2 (Byrne 42, Guderian 109) Boca Juniors (FL) 1 (Dibullo 53).

U-14 Boys

Tulsa Soccer Club (OK) 4 (Wright 18, 42, Gross 48, Shannon 55) Houstonians FC (TX S) 1 (Perez 30).

U-19 Girls

Dallas Texans Red (TX N) 1 (Hanks 25) Challenge (TX S) 0.

U-18 Girls

Sting Royal (TX N) 0 Dallas Texans Red (TX N) 0.

(Sting Royal wins 4-3 on penalties.)

U-17 Girls

CASL Spartan Elite (NC) 2 (Skinner 12, Schmidt 81). Mississippi United (MS) 0.

U-16 Girls

GSC Twisters Green (NC) 2 (Lubrano 26, 33) Hurricane FC (OK) 1 (Richardson 78).

U-15 Girls

Dallas Texans Red 1 (Henderson 71) Edmond SC Black (OK) 0.

U-14 Girls Edmond SC Black (OK) 2 (Mooney 39, Simmons 52) Dallas Texans Red (TX N) 0 .

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