Day 2 of 6
In a tale of two halves, the 1995 Region I squad finished the first half up by two over Region IV. Kendal Robino and Zoe Clark scored in the 30th and 40th minutes respectively. The break at the half was exactly what Region IV needed to refocus and come back on the offensive. Region IV's Emily Bruder found the back of the net in the 44th minute and kept the momentum going. Kayla Mills tied the match for Region IV in the 59th minute. Region I and Region IV tied, 2-2.
Marion Crowder took advantage of an opportunity early in the 1995 Region III and Region II game and scored in the 3rd minute. Sixty minutes later Region III went up by two with a goal by Elizabeth Keester. In the final minutes, Region II's Madi Lewis put one away, but it wasn't enough. Region III won, 2-1.
After 70 minutes of a scoreless tie, Region II's Dorian Baily scored the lone goal of the 1996 matchup between Region II and Region III. The teams were evenly matched and persistence was key in this long draw. Region II held off Region III's advances and won the match, 1-0.
The 1996 Region I team shutout Region IV with a 3-0 win today. Amber Stearns kicked off the game with a goal in the 18th. In the second half, Taylor Kugler and Sabrina Flores scored back-to-back goals in the 68th and 72nd minutes.
2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional
Scores | Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010
1994 Region II 8, Norway 0
Scorers: Region II- Courtney Raetzman (11:00) (41:00) (48:00), Mallory Weber (20:00), Crystal Thomas (47:00), Leah Haider (70:00) (83:00), Elaina Musleh (80:00)
Scores| Monday, Nov. 22, 2010
1995 Region I 2, Region IV 2
Goal scorers: Region I- Kendal Robino (30:00), Zoe Clark (40:00)
Region IV- Emily Bruder (44:00), Kayla Mills (59:00)
1995 Region III 2, Region II 1
Goal scorers: Region III- Marion Crowder (3:00), Elizabeth Keester (63:00)
Region II- Madi Lewis (79:00)
1996 Region I 3, Region IV 0
Goal scorers: Region I- Amber Stearns (18:00), Taylor Kugler (68:00), Sabrina Flores (72:00)
1996 Region II 1, Region III 0
Goal scorers: Region II- Dorian Bailey (70:00)
Tuesday, Nov. 23
9 a.m. 1993 Region I v. Region II, Field 1
10 a.m. 1994 Region I v. Region IV, Field 2
11 a.m. 1993 Region IV v. Region III, Field 1
12 p.m. 1994 Region II v. Region III, Field 2
2 p.m. USNT v. Norway, Field 3
Wednesday, Nov. 24
9 a.m. 1995 Region I v. Region II, Field 1
10 a.m. 1996 Region I v. Region II, Field 2
11 a.m. 1995 Region IV v. Region III, Field 1
12 p.m. 1996 Region IV v. Region III, Field 2
Thursday, Nov. 25
8 a.m. 1993 Region IV v. Region II, Field 2
8 a.m. 1994 Region IV v. USNT, Field 1
9 a.m. 1994 Region II v. Region I, Field 3
10 a.m. 1993 Region III v. Region I, Field 2
10 a.m. 1994 Region III v. Norway, Field 1
Friday, Nov. 26
8 a.m. 1995 Region III v. Region I, Field 1
8 a.m. 1996 Region III v. Region I, Field 2
10 a.m. 1995 Region IV v. Region II, Field 1
10 a.m. 1996 Region IV v. Region II, Field 2
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