National League Update | December 28
December 27, 2007 09:00 PM
ORLANDO, Florida (December 28, 2007) – A sunny and hot afternoon led to a warm evening as US Youth Soccer National League play concluded its second day of league play in Florida today.
In the Boys U-15 age group, FC Delco (2-0-2) and the Solar Red (2-0-2) sit in first place just one point ahead of the Chicago Fire Jrs. (2-1-1), Baltimore Casa Mia Bays (2-1-1) and CASL (2-2-1). In action on Friday, FC Delco tied CASL 0-0, and Solar Red (2-0-2) defeated Vardar (1-3-0) 3-0. Baltimore downed the Michigan Wolves (0-4-1) 3-0 while Chicago defeated Weston 3-1 in a friendly. Key matches Saturday feature Baltimore vs. FC Delco and Solar Red against Chicago. The final day of league play in the U-15 age group will be on Sunday, December 30th when the NL's first champion will be crowned.
In the Boys U-16 age group, the YMS Xplosion (3-2-0) moved into a second place tie with the Texans FC 91/92 (3-2-0) after a 1-0 victory over the Texans. Cobb FC (1-2-1) won its first NL contest with a 2-0 victory over the Arsenal Super Eagles (0-5-0). Meanwhile the league-leading Dallas Texans 92-Red (4-0-0) downed Inter United 4-0 in a friendly.
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