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Tournaments Jul 13, 2014

Championship Matches Set at 2014 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (Via US Youth Soccer) – Championship matches are set after the final day of preliminary play concluded at the 2014 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup in Greenville, S.C. Out of the 40 participating teams, 10 will be crowned in the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups.

The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is designed for teams seeking additional challenges to play for a national title against teams of similar abilities. The cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to teams that might not otherwise get the opportunity to participate in a series of unique experiences highlighting competition, camaraderie and community from the state to regional to national levels of US Youth Soccer.

Championship Matches:

Under-13 Girls Eagles GU13 White CA-S Sting East 01G Gray TX-N
Under-13 Boys HG Eagles CA-S Barcelona Texas Carrasco 00/01 TX-S
Under-14 Girls West Coast FC United White CA-S Chattanooga FC Academy TN
Under-14 Boys Montgomery Arsenal PA-E Team Evanston Premier IL
Under-15 Girls KFC Crush 99 Azzurri TN Crush Blue UT
Under-15 Boys Tacoma United B98 Chelsea WA Huskies Soccer Academy TX-S
Under-16 Girls Classics Eagles Black 97/98 OH-S Lady Nomad NV
Under-16 Boys CISC Velocity 98B AK FC Europa Samba PA-E
Under-17 Girls Cook Inlet SC Velocity AK GSA Force FC 97 White TX-S
Under-17 Boys LV Neon 97 Boys NV SASA Spirits U17 Blue IL

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Game Highlights – Day 3:
Under-13 Girls: Team Elmhurst Select (IL) 2-4 Eagles GU13 White (CA-S) The undefeated Eagles from Cal South move on to the U-13 Girls final after defeating Team Elmhurst Select from Illinois 4-2. Eagles White accomplished a 4-0 lead by halftime. Isabella Pariente scored quickly for the Eagles in the 7th minute, Kristen Szczepanek followed with a pair of goals of back to back goals in the 12th and 13th minutes, and Olivia Morales made it 4-0 in the 19th minute. Michaela Ward got a pair of late goals for Team Elmhurst in the 68th and 70th minutes but the early advantage helped give Eagles White the win.
Under-14 Girls: PSC U14 Orange (IL) 2-4 West Coast FC United White (CA-S) West Coast FC from Cal South gets a shot at the U-14 Girls final after defeating PSC Orange from Illinois 4-2. West Coast quickly took the lead after a goal in the 3rd minute by Sophie Grigaux. Kiana Walden added one more to the first half with a West Coast goal in the 16th minute. Kaylin Martin scored two consecutive goals at the start of the second half to put West Coast up 4-0. Kaylee Zimbelmann and Rachel Savaglio both scored for PSC but West Coast’s big lead gave them the win.
Under-15 Girls: KFC Crush 99 Azzurri (TN) 2-1 Keystone Athletic Grifos 98 (PA-E) Lots of action was seen in the first 25 minutes of the U-15 Girls match between KFC Crush Azzurri from Tennessee and Keystone Athletic Grifos from Eastern Pennsylvania. KFC Crush player Morgan Records produced rapid results, scoring in the 3rd minute of play. Krista Kissell leveled the match getting a Keystone goal in the 15th minute, but Cameron Gale broke the tie before halftime in the 24th minute. KFC Crush Azzurri’s backline maintained the lead in the second half for the 2-1 win, and a spot in tomorrow’s final.
Under-16 Girls: Classics Eagles Girls Black 97/98 (OH-S) 1-0 Lady Nomad (NV) Brenna Driver’s second half goal gave Classics Eagles Girls Black a 1-0 win and a spot in tomorrow’s U-16 Girls final. The Ohio South squad went into halftime scoreless against Lady Nomad from Nevada. Driver broke the stalemate in the 51st minute and Classics Eagles maintained the shutout for their third straight win.
Under-17 Girls: FC Evansville Shooting Stars (IN) 0-4 Cook Inlet SC Velocity (AK) Cook Inlet SC Velocity from Alaska overpowered FC Evansville Shooting Stars from Indiana by getting a 4-0 win in their final preliminary match. Malia Lyken scored a hat trick with goals in the 35th, 75th and 78th minutes. Haleigh Van Allen also scored for Cook Inlet in the 88th minute for the 4-0 victory and a spot in the U-17 Girls final.
Under-13 Boys: OPSC Monaco (KS) 2-5 HG Eagles (CA-S) HG Eagles from Cal South move on to the U-13 Boys final after their third straight win, this time against OPSC Monaco from Kansas. Alexander Escobedo swiftly gave HG Eagles the lead with a 4th minute goal. Joshua Chong responded in the 20th minute for OPSC and tied the match, but Escobedo regained the lead before halftime. In the second half Escobedo got a hat trick and teammate Nicholas Prata also contributed to the Eagles’ score with a pair of goals. Though Xavier Scherschligt gave OPSC a second goal the Eagles obtained the 5-2 win.
Under-14 Boys: Laredo Heat 00 Boys Red (TX-S) 0-3 Montgomery Arsenal (PA-E) Under-14 Boys team Montgomery Arsenal from Eastern PA gets one step closer to a championship after defeating Laredo Heat Red from South Texas which moves them on to the final. Montgomery Aresenal’s Alexander Hartzel scored a first half goal in the 25th minute, and Aidan Jerome scored a pair of late goals in the 68th and 70th minutes for the 3-0 win.
Under-15 Boys: SASA Spirits 99 (IL) 2-4 Tacoma United B98 Chelsea (WA) Tacoma United Chelsea from Washington moves on to the U-15 Boys final undefeated, after getting a 4-2 win versus SASA Spirits from Illinois. SASA started the match with the lead after a Nathan Cheung goal in the 20th minute. Brayan Torres leveled the match before closing the half. In the second half Logan Willard once again gave SASA the lead in the 57th minute, but a pair of Nikolas Mejia goals and an additional second half goal by Bryan Flores gave Tacoma United the 4-2 victory.
Under-16 Boys: Austin Texans 98B (TX-S) 1-2 FC Europa Samba (PA-E) FC Europa from Eastern PA gets a spot in the U-16 Boys final after defeating Austin Texans from South Texas 2-1. The Texans started the match with the lead after a Spencer Urquiza goal in the 16th minute. Jason Hannigan found the equalizer in the first half, and Ryan Tillman gave FC Europa the game winner in the 51st minute.
Under-17 Boys: SASA Spirits U17 Blue (IL) 2-5 LV Neon 97 Boys (NV) LV Neon from Nevada got their third straight win to move on to the U-17 Boys final. They defeated SASA Spirts from Illinois 5-2. Ascari Robles gave LV Neon a swift lead with a goal in the third minute, but Blake Dannehold tied the match four minutes later. Bryan Panameno put LV Neon up 2-1 right before closing the half. Ascari Robles and Jorge Lorza both scored for LV Neon in the second half in the 46th and 78th minutes. Tyler Vogel scored a second goal for SASA in the 88th minute, but Nishesh Yadav got the closing dagger in the final seconds of play for the 5-2 win.
Game Results – Day 3:

Under-13 Girls Sting East 01G Gray TX-N

1

Carlisle Revolution PA-E

2

Team Elmhurst Select IL

2

Eagles GU13 White CA-S

4

Under-13 Boys Barcelona Texas Carrasco 00/01 TX-S

2

CASA CAPA 2K United PA-E

0

OPSC Monaco KS

2

HG Eagles CA-S

5

Under-14 Girls Chattanooga FC Academy TN

4

Huntingdon Valley AA Freedom PA-E

0

PSC U14 Orange IL

2

West Coast FC United White CA-S

4

Under-14 Boys Laredo Heat 00 Boys Red TX-S

0

Montgomery Arsenal PA-E

3

Team Evanston Premier IL

1

Oxnard Wave Soccer Club CA-S

0

Under-15 Girls KFC Crush 99 Azzurri TN

2

Keystone Athletic Grifos 98 PA-E

1

Warren United Blazers Black IL

1

Crush Blue UT

1

Under-15 Boys Huskies Soccer Academy TX-S

2

Soaring Capital Firehawks NY-W

0

SASA Spirits 99 IL

2

Tacoma United B98 Chelsea WA

4

Under-16 Girls TSC 98 Elite GA

0

Nashua World Cup NH

5

Classics Eagles Black 97/98 OH-S

1

Lady Nomad NV

0

Under-16 Boys Austin Texans 98B TX-S

1

FC Europa Samba PA-E

2

Mid Rivers Soccer Club – Tigers MO

3

CISC Velocity 98B AK

1

Under-17 Girls GSA Force FC 97 White TX-S

2

FASA Impact Premiere VA

0

FC Evansville Shooting Stars IN

0

Cook Inlet SC Velocity AK

4

Under-17 Boys Cape Coral Cyclones FL

3

Warriors CT

2

SASA Spirits U17 Blue IL

2

LV Neon 97 Boys NV

5

Note:  The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is a separate series of events from the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.

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