Girls Play Continues for the US Youth Soccer National League with Texans taking lead in U-15 and U16 Divisions Heading into the New Year
ORLANDO, Florida (December 31, 2007) – Play continued today for the Under-15 and Under-16 girls teams in the US Youth Soccer National League. Games finished early today so that all players can enjoy their New Year Eve's celebration, but play continues tomorrow evening.
In Girls U-15 play on Monday, a trio of shutouts resulted in the Dallas Texans Red 93 (3-0-1) taking over first place followed by the idle So Cal Blues-Dodge (3-0-0), Eclipse Select 92-93 (2-0-2) and PDA Tsunami (2-1-2).
The Texans scored twice in the second half and downed cross-town rivals and defending National Champion Sting Dallas Royal 93 (1-2-1) 2-0, while Eclipse whitewashed LDC United (0-5-0) 4-0 and PDA defeated the KCFC Alliance Intensity (1-4-0) 4-0 behind Danielle Colaprico's two goals. U-15 play during the winter series of games concludes on Tuesday but resumes on April 4-6 in Dallas.
In the Girls U-16 division, the Dallas Texans Red 92 (4-0-1) moved into first place with two late goals for a 4-2 win over Syracuse FC Fury (0-5-0). Amanda Frisbie tallied twice for the Texans. PDA Fire (2-2-1) moved into fourth place thanks to Mary Gibson Wagner's game winning tally in a 2-1 win over Connecticut FC United (1-3-0). After spotting Hurricane FC 92 Shubert (1-4-0) an early goal, Kassidy Brown tallied three goals in leading ELA Elite (3-1-1) to a 3-1 victory to remain in third place. In a friendly, Eclipse Select 91-92 (4-0-0) downed NASA Elite 2-0.
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