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Youth Boys Apr 17, 2012

NCSL cranking back into gear across Washington, D.C. region

By Jimmy LaRoue

The National Capital Soccer League schedule resumed last weekend, with teams jockeying for early-season positioning in the standings.

Most teams are in their first or second weekend of NCSL play.

Here’s a recap of Division 1 action across the age groups:


MPS Celtic Green took a 5-0 win over Team America FC and Herndon Revolution won 2-1 over Calverton Spartans FC for each team’s first wins of the season.


ABGC United Force (2-0-0) picked up two wins over the weekend, defeating Bethesda U17 Green 2-0 on Saturday and scoring an 8-1 win over Team America 94 Red on Sunday.


MPS 95 Titans Green (1-1-0) won its first match of the season, 3-2 over BAC Real Blue. Crofton Blast (1-0-0), which didn’t play this weekend, is the lone team without a loss or tie among those having begun their spring schedules. Rush Nike 95 and SMU United have yet to play a game.


Northern Virginia SC Jr. Royals and Team America 96 are both 2-0-0 after wins Sunday. NVSC defeated ASA Milan Black Hawks 3-0, while Team America beat MPS 96 Fire Green 3-1.


The Chantilly Strikers won and tied over the weekend, defeating SAC United Premier 4-0 and tying Sterling FC Orange Power 97 2-2.


ASA Real moved to 2-0-0 with a 5-0 win over MPS 98 Celtic Green. NVSC Jr. Royals 98 Blue and POT Red kept pace at the top of the table. The Royals took a 2-0 win over Bethesda Green, while POT Red held off SYC Strikers Blue 2-1.


Three teams are tied at 2-0-0 at the top of the U-12 Division 1 standings – CYA Cesena 99, Bethesda Blue 99 and MPS 99 Fire Green. Three 2-0-0 teams also share the U-11 Division 1 standings–WWSC Red Wolves, Bethesda Blue and Takoma Azzurri.

+See here for complete NCSL results, standings and schedules across each age group and division ]

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