Nation's Top Boys Participate in Elite Competition
1994s and 1995s Regional Teams and Under-14 National Teams
FRISCO, Texas (December 1, 2008) – US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) Boys Thanksgiving Interregional games concluded today at Disney's Wide World of Sports® Complex.
In the final day of play, Region I's 1994 and 1995 Boys both secured wins as well as the 1994 Region IV and 1995 Region II teams.
Joel Teston scored in the first minute for the 1995 Region II team. Region II kept up the momentum and Eduardo Gamoa scored in the 48th and Jack Griffith in the 54th to put Region II up 3:0.
Daniel Beoya scored the lone goal of the 1994 Region I vs. Region III match to secure the win.
The US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional represents teams in the 1994 and 1995 age groups. For more information on the US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional, including rosters, scores, schedules and more, visit www.USYouthSoccer.org
Monday, December 1, 2008
94 Region I vs. 94 Region III, 1:0
Goal scorers: 94 Region I: Daniel Beoya (48:00)
94 Region II vs. 94 Region IV, 2:3
Goal scorers: 94 Region II: Tom Granot (16:00), Andrew Oliver (19:00)
94 Region IV: Andrew Pardo (13:00), Irvin Gijon (43:00 PK), Ludwing Vargas (53:00)
95 Region I vs. 95 Region III, 2:0
Goal scorers: 95 Region I: James Doll (20:00), Ryan Vilella (44:00)
95 Region II vs. 95 Region IV, 3:0
Goal scorers: 95 Region II: Joel Teston (1:00), Eduardo Gamboa (48:00), Jack Griffith (54:00)
NT Grey vs. NT Blue, 1:3
Goal scorers: NT Grey: Antonio Velazquez
NT Blue: Paul Arriola, Diego Fagundez, Own goal
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