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Play concludes at US Youth Soccer ODP Boys Thanksgiving Interregional

November 29, 2009 09:00 PM
 

Day 4 of 4

FRISCO, Texas (Nov. 30, 2009)
– The US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP) Boys Thanksgiving Interregional concluded today with the 1995 and 1996 age groups competing at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla.

1995 Region IV 4, Region III 0
The 1995 Region IV team won a 4-0 shutout over Region III in their final match of the week. Oscar Montes crossed to Jose Ocampo who finished past the weaker in the first goal of the game in the 4th minute. In the 25th minute, Brian Torres found himself open and unmarked in front of the goal and slotted one in for the point. Montes was the star of the second half scoring twice. In the 40th minute, Montes scored on a penalty kick into the lower right corner under a diving keeper. Montes scored again in the 53rd minute.

1996 Region I Blue 1, Region III Green 0
The 1996 Region I Blue won today against the Region III Green, 1-0. Region I's Kevin Herrera scored the game winner in the 64th minute.

1995 Region I 2, Region II 1
The 1995 Region I and Region II game started early with a Region II goal from 10 yards out from Bay Kurtz. It wasn't until the second half when Region I's Christian Rodriguez tied the match. In the 69th minute, Nicko Corriveau scored the game winner off a loose ball that he hit over the Region II keeper. Region I won, 2-1.

1996 Region IV Black 2, Region II Red 0
Region IV's Axel Mendez got the scoring started in the 21st minute with a well-played ball down the middle from teammate Antonio Porreco. Mendez took one touch to strike the ball just out of the keeper's reach. In the 38th minute, an unmarked Danya Kafai was found at the top of the penalty box by Miguel Lorenzo. Region IV's Kafai brought in the pass and turned to finish the shot bringing the score to 2-0.

1996 Region I White 3, Region II White 2
Region I's Andonis Martinez scored the first goal in the 16th minute from 12 yards out. Region II's Cole Poppen tied the match in the 21st minute. Martinez came back to score his second goal of the game in the 28th minute. In the second half, Rodrigo Hernandez put Region I up by two in the 50th minute. Region II's Thomas Brennigan scored in the 52nd minute, but it wasn't enough. Region I won, 3-2.

1996 Region III White 2, Region IV White 1
Region III White got ahead quickly today in their game against Region IV White. Both Chris Munoz and Zack Bailey scored back to back putting Region III up by two in the first 10 minutes. Region IV's John Replogle picked up a loose ball about 40 yards out from the goal and beat two defenders to score in the 28th minute. Region IV wasn't able to finish again and Region III won, 2-1.

Scores | Monday, Nov. 30, 2009

1995 Region IV 4, Region III 0
Goal scorers: Region IV- Jose Ocampo (4:00), Brian Torres (25:00), Oscar Montes (40:00) (53:00)

1995 Region I 2, Region II 1
Goal scorers: Region II- Bay Kurtz (3:00)
Region I- Christian Rodriguez (45:00), Nicko Corriveau (69:00)

1996 Region I Blue 1, Region III Green 0
Goal scorer: Region I- Kevin Herrera (64:00)

1996 Region IV Black 2, Region II Red 0
Goal scorers: Region IV- Axel Mendez (21:00), Danya Kafai (38:00)

1996 Region I White 3, Region II White 2
Goal scorers: Region I- Adonis Martinez (16:00) (28:00), Rodrigo Hernandez (50:00)
Region II- Cole Poppen (21:00), Thomas Brennigan (52:00)

1996 Region III White 2, Region IV White 1
Goal scorers: Region III- Chris Munoz (5:00), Zack Bailey (6:00)
Region IV- John Replogle (28:00)

1996 U.S. NT Red 6, U.S. NT Navy 4
 
US Youth Soccer ODP is the original Olympic Development Program and the only elite player development program that can claim members of Major League Soccer and Women's Professional Soccer as well as a majority of current and past national and youth team members, as alumni. 

For more information visit www.USYouthSoccer.org and follow us on Twitter @usysodp.

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About US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (US Youth Soccer ODP)
- US Youth Soccer ODP, established in 1977, is the original Olympic development program in the United States. Formed to identify a pool of players in each age group from which a National Team could be selected for international competition, selected players are exposed to the nation's top coaches from collegiate institutions, U.S. Soccer and the professional leagues. Programs exist in each state and with competitions such as the US Youth Soccer ODP National Championships, Interregional Training/Competition, Regional Camps and International play. US Youth Soccer ODP continues to lead the way in elite player identification and development. US Youth Soccer ODP is an approved program of the U.S. Soccer Federation.

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 When referring to the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program, the original elite player program in the United States, please refer to the program only as the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program or US Youth Soccer ODP, and never as USYSODP or simply ODP. We appreciate your cooperation.

About the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer)
– US Youth Soccer - "The Game for ALL Kids!®" is the largest youth sports organization in the country and largest member of the United States Soccer Federation, the governing body of soccer in the United States. US Youth Soccer registers more than 3 million players annually, ages 5 to 19, and over 900,000 administrators, coaches and volunteers in 55 member State Associations. US Youth Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information, visit www.USYouthSoccer.org.

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