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ECNL Mar 27, 2017

ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Recap: March 25-26, 2017

The ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference was in full swing this past weekend with inter-conference match-ups across the U-14 age group. Continue reading for a recap of the action.


Charlotte Soccer Academy (17-2-1, 43 points) continued their torrid run through the Chesapeake Division this weekend, dispatching both McLean Youth Soccer (0-13-1,1 point) and FC Virginia at the Orthocarolina Sportsplex. In the first match, Charlotte bested McLean 6-0 thanks to braces from forwards Emma Sexton and Savanna Riggs as well as goals by Maria Manusous and Sydney Minarik. They followed that victory up with a 2-0 win over FC Virginia, pushing their consecutive win total in league play to six.

FC Virginia also earned a positive result on Saturday with a 1-0 win over NC Fusion (4-9-3, 15 points), as they recorded their seventh clean sheet of the season. 

In the Ohio Valley Division, Maryland United FC (9-4-2, 29 points) expanded their lead thanks to a 2-1 win over Ohio Premier (7-5-2, 23 points) on Saturday and a 3-0 win over Internationals SC (4-6-3, 15 points) on Sunday. Forward Tahirah Turnage and midfielder Taylor Smith would each score for Maryland and help side earn their first victory against Ohio this season. Smith was not done finding the back of the net for MUFC on the weekend, adding another against Internationals. Midfielders Alayna Lychard and Demari Curry would also score for the side and extend their winning streak to four.

Saturday, March, 25
Maryland United 2, Ohio Premier 1
Internationals SC 2, Bethesda SC 3
Charlotte Soccer Academy 6, McLean Youth Soccer 0
NC Fusion 0, FC Virginia 1

Sunday, March, 26
Charlotte Soccer Academy 2, FC Virginia 0
Internationals SC 0, Maryland United 3
NC Fusion, McLean Youth Soccer
Ohio Premier, Bethesda SC


Saturday, March, 25
Richmond United 0, CASL 0


Saturday, March, 25
Richmond United 2, CASL 1


Saturday, March, 25
Richmond United 3, CASL 2


In a battle between the top two sides in the Cheasapeake Division, Richmond United cut CASL’s first place lead with a 1-0 on Saturday. Midfielder Riley Cook gave Richmond the three points and their second consecutive victory in league play. It was also their first victory against CASL this season, having lost 1-0 to the same side back in August.

Saturday, March, 25
Richmond United 1, CASL 0