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2010-2011 US Youth Soccer National League Girls wrap up play in Orlando, Fla.

January 2, 2011 09:00 PM
Under-17 Girls Blue St. Louis Scott Gallagher becomes second team to qualify for 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships
Day 3 of 3 complete
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FRISCO, Texas (Jan. 2, 2011)
– The US Youth Soccer National League Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 Girls competing this weekend solidified their standings today at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Soccer Complex in Orlando, Fla.

Some highlights from today's matches…

Under-15 Girls
SAC United Premier (MD) remains at the top of the standings after a 4-0 victory over BRYC 95 Elite (VA). Sheridan Street opened with a 1st minute goal and Imani Dorsey added one of her own in the 8th. Street upped the SAC lead to 3-0 with another in the 12th minute. Leah Hardin wrapped up the SAC win the 79th minute. Dorsey and Street lead the Under-15 Girls age group with five goals each this season.

Though SAC is at the top of the standings, the Under-15 Girls champion will not be determined until league play resumes in Las Vegas March 18-20. Additional contenders for the title of champion include AFC 96 Elite (GA) and Match Fit Chelsea Beat (NJ).

Under-16 Girls
The Under-16 Girls Blue division had the potential to name a champion today, but draws in both games means the champion will not be determined until the remaining four teams in the division compete in Las Vegas.

The Dallas Texans 95 Red (N-TX) needed a solid win over Brandon FC Flames-Blue (FL) today to the take the title and earn advancement to the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships, but their fate now depends on how Eclipse Select 94/95 and (IL) and So Cal Blues Draluck (CA-S) fare closing out their season. Both teams would need to go undefeated in their final three games of the season.

In the Under-16 Girls Red division, Hurricane FC Shubert (OK) finished out a perfect season with today's win over VSA Heat Blue (VA). Kristen Killion put up an early Hurricane goal in the 8th, but Ashley Herndon countered for VSA in the 20th. Elizabeth Keester secured the 2-1 win with a 44th minute goal.

The winner of the Under-16 Girls Red division will be determined in the final weekend of league play as Legends Breakaway (CA-S) also hold a perfect record, but still have three games left to play in the final weekend.
Under-17 Girls
NSA Premier Fury (IL) wrapped up the U-17 Girls Red Championship Saturday, but finished off the 2010-2011 National League season undefeated with a 3-0 victory over McLean MPS Strikers (VA). Courtney McHugh put NSA ahead in the 47th minute and Corinne Harris scored her League leading 4th goal of the season in the 75th minute before Christina Ordonez added another three minutes later as NSA finished the season 6-0-1.
A 0-0 draw versus Toro Bravo (NE) was enough for St. Louis Scott Gallagher (MO) to become the second National League team this season to earn a spot in the 2011 National Championships and claim the U-17 Girls Blue Championship. NASA 12 Elite II (GA) can still catch Scott Gallagher in points when they wrap up play in Las Vegas in March, but Scott Gallagher has the edge in the head-to-head matchup, giving them the title.

National League action will resume March 18-20 at the 2011 Player's Soccer Showcase in Las Vegas. For complete standings, scores and schedules, click here or go to /National_League/. Follow National League on Twitter (@nationalleague). 
US Youth Soccer National League Results | Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011
Under-15 Girls
SAC United Premier
BRYC 95 Elite
SAC - Sheridan Street (1:00) (12:00) Imani Dorsey (8:00) Leah Hardin (70:00)

GR Crew Juniors Gold
 Arsenal Elite
GRND - Isabella Fiorenzo (2:00)
WFP - Danielle Gottwik (78:00)

Under-16 Girls Blue
Brandon FC Flames - Blue
Dallas Texans 95 Red

Eclipse Select 94/95
CYA Firecats

Under-16 Girls Red
Hurricane FC 95 Shubert
VSA Heat Blue
HFCS - Kristen Killion (8:00) Elizabeth Keester (44:00) Ashley Herndon (20:00)

JB Marine Wipke
Sockers FC Chicago
JBMW - Melanie Donaldson (2:00) Jamison Wipke (60:00)

Under-17 Girls Blue
FC Pennsylvania Strikers
Brentwood 94 Girl Premier
FCPA - Daija Griffin (78:00)
BWSC - Ashlie Watson (33:00)

St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Toro Bravo

Under-17 Girls Red
McLean MPS Strikers
NSA Premier Fury
NSA - Corinne Harris (75:00) Christina Ordonez (78:00) Courtney McHugh (47:00)

Dallas Texans 94 Red
United FA 94 Elite
DTR - Haley Maurice (2:00)
UFA- Cheyna Williams (54:00)

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About US Youth Soccer National League - Formed in 2007, the US Youth Soccer National League was developed as a path of advancement for the top teams from the US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues. In addition to meaningful matches, development and identification, the league created a direct path to the annual US Youth Soccer National Championships.  League play features the Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 age groups for boys and girls who are seeking to advance their college, professional and U.S. National Team aspirations.  Learn more at /National_League/.



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