The 1994 Region IV team and the Under-15 Girls National Team faced off Thanksgiving morning in a fast paced game. The National Team struck first in the 12th minute with a goal by Summer Green. The National Team held the lead until the final minute of the first half when Ryan Walker tied the game for Region IV. At the beginning of the first half, Walker scored again in the 51st. Like the rest of the game, possession in the final five minutes changed hands. The National Team's Miranda Freeman tied game again in the 75th only to have Region IV clench the lead in the 79th minute thanks to a well-placed ball by Alex Anthony. Region IV celebrated a 3-2 win.
Maintaining their first place standing, the 1993 Region II team beat Region IV today, 3-0. The shutout kicked off with a goal in the 29th minute by Nikki Condit. In the second half, Taylor Uhl scored in the 64th and Shea Groom finished the game with a goal in the 84th minute.
Region III and Region I went back and forth throughout their Thankgiving match only to have the game end in a 2-2 tie. Region III was up by one at the half thanks to a goal by Cheyna Wiliams in the 40th. Region I's Danielle Colaprico tied the match in the 54th minute. Margaret Casscells-Hamby put Region III back in the lead in the 72nd minute, but it was Region I's Cassandra Pecht whose 85th minute goal finished the match. Region III and Region I tied 2-2.
The 1994 Region III team beat the Norwegian College of Elite Sport, 7-0. Both Jasmine Paterson and Anna McClung earned hat tricks and Sophie Groff also tallied a goal today.
1994 Region I and Region II tied their game today. Region II's Crystal Thomas scored in the 24th minute and carried the lead into the half. In the 50th minute, Lina Granados tied the game for Region I. The match ended in a 1-1 tie.
2010 US Youth Soccer ODP Girls Thanksgiving Interregional
Scores| Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010
1993 Region II 3, Region IV 0
Goal scorers: Region II- Nikki Condit (29:00), Taylor Uhl (64:00), Shea Groom (84:00)
1993 Region III 2, Region I 2
Goal scorers: Region III- Cheyna Williams (40:00), Margaret Casscells-Hamby (72:00)
Region I: Danielle Colaprico (54:00), Cassandra Pecht (85:00)
1994 Region IV 3, USNT 2
Goal scorers: Region IV- Ryan Walker (45:00) (51:00), Alex Anthony (79:00)
USNT- Summer Green (12:00), Miranda Freeman (75:00)
1994 Region II 1, Region I 1
Goal scorers: Region II- Crystal Thomas (24:00)
Region I- Lina Granados (50:00)
1994 Region III 7, Norway 0
Goal scorers: Jasmine Paterson (7:00) (10:00) (73:00), Anna McClung (34:00) (36:00) (41:00), Sophie Groff (49:00)
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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