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Preliminary play continues at 2010 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup

July 8, 2010 10:00 PM
 
Preliminary games day 2 of 3 complete
Player event to be held at 5 p.m. at Patterson Park Community Center
Schedule, standings and scores
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (July 9, 2010) – In the second day of preliminary games, the Under-14 through Under-17 Boys and Girls teams were looking to put one in the win column to move one step closer to competing in the finals of the 2010 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup at the Richard Siegel Soccer Complex in Murfreesboro, Tenn.

A day two 3-0 win over Bethesda Threat (MD) has PVSC Exiles Black (CA-S) sitting at the top of the Under-14 girls' standings as they enter the final day of preliminary games on Saturday. Bethesda shares a 1-1-0 record with Freedom Soccer Club Blue (OH-S). Freedom's first win, 1-0, came today over Forsyth Fusion 96 Gold (GA).

The Under-15 Girls Freedom Soccer Club Blue (OH-S) slated another in the win column with a 2-1 victory over Miami Lakes Soccer Club (FL). Freedom's two goals game from Samantha Gengler (9') and Delaney Barrett (28') after Miami Lake's 5th minute goal by Sharon Tejeda. Also in the Under-15 Girls, coming off of a day one loss, FC Napoli won 2-1 over Palmdale Thunder 94 (CA-S).

The Under-16 Girls St. Louis Scott Gallagher Red (MO) and AR Rush Nike 94 (AR) knotted 1-1 with a Gallagher goal by Lauren Josten in the 30th and Julia Pettit's Rush goal in the 53rd minute. South Bay Force (CA-S) moved to the top of the Under-16 Girls' standing after defeating Manhattan Kickers SC 93 (NY-E) 1-0 thanks to Sofia Ferrelli's 69th minute goal.

The Under-17 Girls Central Brevard Cyclones (FL) slated a 3-1 win over SFE Fusion (IN). Central went up 2-0 with 2nd and 21st minute goals by Lindsay Kostner and Marissa Schults, then Fusion's Olivia Annee put one on the board in the 45th, but it was Central that summed up the win with Kostner's second in the 64th. Fusion has the same 1-1-0 record as Western United FC (MA), a team that topped SVSC Eclipse 2-1 with goals from Alyssa Balboni and Hanna Strong in the 61st and 80th. Trina Galvis netted SVSC's goal in the 88th.
 
The Under-14 Boys, Shalrie Joseph SC (MA) and AVSC Ambush (CA-S) had a 0-0 draw in day two of preliminary play to tie in the standings with a 1-0-1 record. Another knot, 1-1, came between Cincinnati United Premier Jr. Silver (OH-S) and IMG Soccer Academy (FL) with Craig Foley's 34th minute IMG goal and Zach Lust's 70th minute goal for Cincinnati.

The Under-15 Boys Sagebrush United Red (NV) and Texas Rush Nike 94/94 (S-TX) tied 2-2 in day one of preliminary play, but day two brought a positive result for both teams. Rush marked a 2-0 win over Millennium SA Fire (IN) with two goals from Michael Perales in the 23rd and 57th. Sagebrush United Red (NV) defeated VFA Blast (MA) 3-1.  

A positive 2-0 final score for the Under-16 Boys Idaho Rush Nike (ID) over the Expo's of Massachusetts puts Rush at the top of the Under-16 Boys teams. Mehhed Selimovic and Kevin Fekete scored the two Rush goals. Sitting one position below Rush in the standings is Thunders United (S-TX). United marked a 3-1 win over NIFA (IN), completing three goals within 30 minutes from Giovanni Sierra, Jesus Munoz and Alan Cortinas and NIFA's Eric Gee scored in the 75th.

The four Under-17 Boys teams share a 1-1-0 record and tomorrow's matches will determine which teams will advance to the championship match. A 3-0 win in day two over Cutters 93 Red (IN) has Texas Rush Nike 92/93 (S-TX) at the top of the standings based on goal differentials. DSB Kicker 92 (DE) defeated So Cal Rush Nike (CA-S) 2-0 and trails the Rush with a goal differential of 1.
 
The final day of preliminary play begins at 8 a.m. tomorrow to determine which teams will compete for the title of 2010 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup Champion.
 
Day 2 scores | National Presidents Cup
Under-14 Girls
PVSC Exiles Black CA-S 3 Bethesda Threat MD 0
PVSC - Sarah Sanger (43:00) | PVSC - Jordyn Alves (49:00) | Own Goal
Freedom Soccer Club Blue OH-S 1 Forsyth Fusion 96 Gold GA 0
FSC - Vanessa Eastwood (63:00)
Under-15 Girls
Palmdale Thunder 94 CA-S 1 FC Napoli MA 2
PTSC - Amanda Mitchell (68:00) | FCN - Erin Scanlon (2:00) | FCN - Emily Dawidczyk (60:00)
Freedom Soccer Club Blue OH-S 2 Miami Lakes Soccer Club FL 1
FSC - Samantha  Gengler (9:00) | FSC - Delaney Barrett (28:00) | MLSC - Sharon  Tejeda (5:00)
Under-16 Girls
St. Louis Scott Gallagher Red MO 1 AR Rush Nike 94  AR 1
SLSC - Lauren Josten (30:00) | ARRN - Julia Pettit (53:00)
South Bay Force Blue CA-S 1 Manhattan Kickers SC 93 NY-E 0
SBF - Sofia Ferrelli (69:00)
Under-17 Girls
SVSC Eclipse CA-S 1 Western United FC MA 2
SVE - Trina Galvis (88:00) | WUFC - Alyssa Balboni (61:00) | WUFC - Hanna Strong (80:00)
SFE Fusion IN 1 Central Brevard Cyclones FL 3
SFE  - Olivia Annee (45:00) | CBSG - Lindsay Kostner (2:00) | CBSG - Marissa  Schults (21:00) | CBSG - Lindsay Kostner (64:00)
Under-14 Boys
Cincinnati United Premier Crew Jr. Silver OH-S 1 IMG Soccer Academy FL 1
CUP - Zach Lust (70:00) | IMG - Craig Foley (34:00)
AVSC Ambush CA-S 0 Shalrie Joseph SC MA 0
Under-15 Boys
Millennium SA Fire IN 0 Texas Rush Nike 94/95 TX-S 2
TXRN - Michael Perales (23:00) | TXRN - Michael Perales (57:00)
Sagebrush United Red NV 3 VFC Blast MA 1
SBSC - Cedric Keon Jones (8:00) | SBSC - Cedric Keon Jones (44:00) | SBSC - Cedric Keon Jones (59:00) | VFC - Lawrence Serugo (10:00)
Under-16 Boys
NIFA IN 1 Thunders United TX-S 3
NIFA - Eric Gee (75:00) | THUN - Giovanni Sierra (32:00) | THUN - Jose Munoz (43:00) | THUN - Alan Cortinas (60:00)
Idaho Rush Nike ID 2 Expo's MA 0
RUSH - Mehhed Selimovic (14:00) | RUSH - Kevin Fekete (40:00)
Under-17 Boys
Cutters 93 Red IN 0 Texas Rush Nike 92/93 TX-S 3
TXRU - Matt Ruhe (45:00) | TXRU - Joseph Schweser (67:00) | TXRU - Juan Hernandez (90:00)
So Cal Rush 92 Nike CA-S 0 DSB Kickers 92 DE 2
DSB - Michael Gillen (4:00) | DSB - Thomas Morton (17:00)  

Upcoming matches
Saturday, July 10 | Richard Siegel Soccer Complex
8 a.m. Home Away Field
U-14 Boys OH-S Cincinnati United Premier Crew Jr. Silver CA-S AVSC Ambush 10
U-14 Boys FL IMG Soccer Academy MA Shalrie Joseph SC 6
U-15 Boys TX-S Texas Rush Nike 94/95 MA VFC Blast 11
U-15 Girls FL Miami Lakes Soccer Club MA FC Napoli 3
U-15 Girls OH-S Freedom Soccer Club Blue CA-S Palmdale Thunder 94 4
U-15 Boys IN Millennium SA Fire NV Sagebrush United Red 5
U-16 Girls AR AR Rush Nike 94  NY-E Manhattan Kickers SC 93 1
U-16 Girls MO St. Louis Scott Gallagher Red CA-S South Bay Force Blue 2
10 a.m. Home Away
U-14 Girls GA Forsyth Fusion 96 Gold MD Bethesda Threat 1
U-14 Girls OH-S Freedom Soccer Club Blue CA-S PVSC Exiles Black 2
U-16 Boys IN NIFA ID Idaho Rush Nike 10
U-16 Boys TX-S Thunders United MA Expo's 6
U-17 Boys IN Cutters 93 Red CA-S So Cal Rush 92 Nike 11
U-17 Girls FL Central Brevard Cyclones MA Western United FC 3
U-17 Girls IN SFE Fusion CA-S SVSC Eclipse 4
U-17 Boys TX-S Texas Rush Nike 92/93 DE DSB Kickers 92 5
 
 
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About the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup - The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to US Youth Soccer teams from the state to regional to national level.  The Presidents Cup gives players an additional opportunity to compete against teams from across the country at a high level for the joy and the challenge of the game.  It provides the chance to experience a unique US Youth Soccer event with camaraderie, community and competition through sport. 

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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