Solar Red or Baltimore Casa Mia Bays to be named in the Under-15 Boys Division
ORLANDO, Florida (December 29, 2007) – Stakes are high at the US Youth Soccer National League games as a Under-15 Boys team will be named champions of their division tomorrow and earn their place at the 2008 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series in North Little Rock, Ark.
Solar Red (3-0-2) won its third game in as many days with a 1-0 win over the Chicago Fire Jrs. (2-2-1) to move into sole possession of first place and set-up a Sunday battle for the inaugural National League Under-15 Boys title against the defending US Youth Soccer National Champion Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (3-1-1). The Bays face Solar at 10 a.m. A tie has Solar winning the National League title. The Bays moved into second place with a 3-1 win over FC Delco Roadkill (2-1-2). Also in the Under-15 bracket, Vardar (2-3-0) scored a 1-0 win over cross-town rival Michigan Wolves (0-5-1).
Meanwhile in the Boys Under-16 group, the Dallas Texans 92 Red (5-0-0) stayed undefeated and in first place with a 3-0 victory over the Arsenal Super Eagles (0-6-0), while YMS Xplosion (4-2-0) took over sole possession of second place with a 1-0 win over Cobb FC (1-3-1). YMS faces Arsenal in the final U-16 game at Disney on Sunday. Under-16 League play finishes in Dallas in April.
Tomorrow the Under-15 and Under-16 Girls teams will kick off their second series of league play. The girls' games at Disney run through Wednesday, January 2, 2008, with additional National League girls matches are slated for Dallas in early April.
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