1993 and 1994 age groups took the field again at 2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional
November 22, 2010 09:00 PM
The 1993 Region III Girls beat the U.S. Under-15 Girls National Team this afternoon. Region III's Abby Lutzenkirchen scored in the 36th minute. Lutzenkirchen's goal was all Region III needed as they held back the national team's advances through the second half. Region III won, 1-0.
Chrystal Martinez scored the 1993 Region IV Girls' two first half goals in their game against the Norwegian College of Elite Sport. Region IV ended the first half up by two and early in the second, Caprice Dydasco gave Region IV the three goal lead. The game ended with a Region IV 3-0 win.
The final 1993 match put the two top ranked teams in the standing up against one another. The result was a scoreless tie. The 1993 Region I and Region II girls battled for 90 minutes, but neither team was able to finish.
The 1994 Region III team won their first match of the week over Region II. The high scoring game kicked off with a goal by Region III's Sophie Groff in the 12th. In the second half, Region III scored back to back goals by Anna McClung and Gabby Seiler. Region II's Crystal Thomas found the back of the net in the 60th minute, but it wasn't enough to narrow the lead. McClung scored her second goal of the match in the 73rd and the match ended with a Region III 4-1 win.
For the second time today, a lone goal would determine the winner. The 1994 Region I Girls notched their first win of the competition today over Region IV. Region I's Lina Granados' 32nd minute goal gave Region I the 1-0 win.
2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional
Scores| Monday, Nov. 22, 2010
1993 Region III 1, USNT 0
Goal scorers: Region III- Abby Lutzenkirchen (36:00)
1993 Region IV 3, Norway 0
Goal scorers: Region IV- Chrystal Martinez (5:00) (35:00), Caprice Dydasco (45:00)
1993 Region I 0, Region II 0
1994 Region I 1, Region IV 0
Goal scorers: Region I- Lina Granados (32:00)
1994 Region III 4, Region II 1
Goal scorers: Region III- Sophie Groff (12:00), Anna McClung (46:00) (73:00), Gabby Seiler (49:00)
Region II- Crystal Thomas (60:00)
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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