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US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional games continue with 1995 and 1996 age groups

November 27, 2009 09:00 PM
 

Day 2 of 4

FRISCO, Texas (Nov. 28, 2009)
– Games continue with the 1995 and 1996 age groups competing at the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) Boys Thanksgiving Interregional at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla.

U.S. NT Navy 1, 1996 Region I Blue 0
The U.S. National Team Navy scored their winning goal in the 65th minute after Emerson Hynman crossed into the box. Oscar Martinez headed the ball out of the air to score. The U.S. National Team Navy beat the 1996 Region I Blue, 1-0.

1996 Region III Green 2, Region II Red 1
Region III's Shareef El-Saadi assisted the first goal of the 1996 Region III Green and Region II Red match, setting up De Andre Robinson to score in the 17th minute. It took until the 62nd minute for John Moderwell to tie the match with a blast from 18 yards out. The keeper didn't have a chance to save it. Only five minutes later, Dembakwi Yoma scored the game winner picking up the loose ball inside the box and finishing in the right hand corner. Region III won, 2-1.

1996 Region IV Black 2, U.S. NT Red 0
The 1996 Region IV Black beat the U.S. National Team Red, 2-0. Both goals were within the first 15 minutes. Alejandro Segovia took a crossed ball inside the goal and buried the ball to the right past a diving keeper in the 9th minute. In the 13th minute, Axel Mendez took a miss-played clearance from the keeper and made the 35 yard shot over the National Team keeper to score Region IV's second shot.

1996 Region IV White 1, Region I White 1
1996 Region IV and Region I White tied today, 1-1. It wasn't for a lot of shots on goal. Region IV's keeper Juan Lopez made an important save in the 21st minute with a penalty kick save that he pushed wide. In the 33rd minute, Region IV's Sean Bowman scored an unassisted goal from 30 yards out. In the second half, Region I tied the match. Justin Carfona took a shot from inside the goal box that beat the keeper but hit the left post. Rodrigo Hernandez was left unmarked and shot off the rebound from two yards out for Region I.

1996 Region II White 2, Region III White 2
Region III got on the boards early with a Dre Fortune goal in the 7th minute from a free kick 25 yards out. The ball hit the top crossbar and went in for the first goal of the match. In the 20th minute, Zack Bailey gave Region III the two point lead with a header past the keeper. In the second half, Bill Biehl scored both of Region II's goals for the tie in both the 41st and 68th minutes. Region II and Region III tied, 2-2.

1995 Region II 1, Region IV 1
In the 33rd minute of the 1995 Region II and Region IV match, Region IV's Jose Navarro brought the ball under control and scored from 10 yards out. Only two minutes later, Travis Wannemuehler scored the equalizer. He picked up a loose ball from 15 yards out and finished in the lower right corner. Region II and Region IV tied, 1-1.

1995 Region III 3, Region I 2
The 1995 Region III and Region I match was the highest scoring match of the day. Region III Darren Rios scored in the 15th minute of the game for Region III. In the 29th minute, Region III's Robert Sagel scored off his first touch from 30 yards out. Region I scored the next two shots. Nicholas Corriveau scored in the 33rd minute and Joel Teston scored from a header in the 55th minute to even the score. Region III's Rios scored the game winner and his second goal of the match, heading a free kick from Jonathan Jarrett for the 3-2 win.

Scores | Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009
1996 U.S. NT Navy 1, Region I Blue 0
Goal scorer: Oscar Martinez (65:00)

1996 Region III Green 2, Region II Red 1
Goal scorers: Region III- De Andre Robinson (17:00), Dembakwi Yomba (67:00)
Region II- John Moderwell (62:00)

1996 Region IV Black 2, U.S. NT Red 0
Goal scorers: Region IV- Alejandro Segovia (9:00), Axel Mendez (13:00)

1996 Region IV White 1, Region I White 1
Goal scorers: Region IV- Sean Bowman (33:00)
Region I- Rodrigo Hernandez (53:00)

1996 Region II White 2, Region III White 2
Goal scorers: Region II- Bill Biehl (41:00) (68:00)
Region III- Dre Fortune (7:00), Zack Bailey (20:00)

1995 Region II 1, Region IV 1
Goal scorers: Region II- Travis Wannemuehler (35:00)
Region IV-Jose Navarro (33:00)

1995 Region III 3, Region I 2
Goal scorers: Region III- Darren Rios (15:00) (70:00), CameronF Moseley (29:00)
Region I- Nicholas Corriveau (33:00), Sheldon Sullivan (55:00)

Upcoming Schedule

Sunday, Nov. 29, 2009

9:45 a.m.
Field 3
1995

Region IV vs. Region I

9:45 a.m.
Field 4
1996

Region II Red vs. U.S. NT Navy

11:15 a.m.
Field 3
1995

Region II s. Region III

11:15 a.m.
Field 2
1996

Region I Blue vs. Region IV Black

11:15 a.m.
Field 4
1996

Region III Green vs. U.S. NT Red

11:15 a.m.
Field 5
1996

Region I White vs. Region III White

11:15 a.m.
Field 6
1996

Region II White vs. Region IV White

Monday, Nov. 30, 2009

8:15 a.m.
Field 2
1995

Region III vs. Region IV

8:15 a.m.
Field 4
1995

Region I vs. Region II

8:15 a.m.
Field 1
1996

U.S. NT Red vs. U.S. NT Navy

8:15 a.m.
Field 3
1996

Region I Blue vs. Region III Green

9:45 a.m.
Field 1
1996

Region II Red vs. Region IV Black

9:45 a.m.
Field 3
1996

Region I White vs. Region II White

9:45 a.m.
Field 4
1996

Region III White vs. Region IV White



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