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Semifinal schedule set at the US Youth Soccer Region III Championships

June 19, 2011 10:00 PM
 
Quarterfinal games

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http://tournaments.usyouthsoccer.org/events/2011-Region-III-Championships/
Murfreesboro, Tenn.  (June 20, 2011) – Forty-eight teams moved one step closer to a coveted Region III Championship in the quarterfinal matches played Monday. North Texas led with way with 13 teams advancing to the semifinals. Host Tennessee only sent one team through to the semifinal round, but Brentwood 94 Girl Premier (TN) has been here before, and will among the 48 teams looking to win a semifinal match.
The U-14 Girls took to the field in the first quarterfinal matches of the day. Kaycie Tillman was the first to score for Sting 97 (TX-N), her fourth of the tournament, as it faced fellow Texas team AHFC (TX-S). Nicole Smith and Blair Thorpe each added first-half goals for Sting. Two more second-half goals sent the team through to the semifinals with a 5-0 victory.
 
Another Texas team earned the right to play tomorrow with a quarterfinal win on Monday. The Lonestar 97G Red (TX-S) knocked in two first half goals to take a 2-0 into half time. 97G Louisiana Fire Blue (LA) fought back in the second half and Lisette Hrapmann netted a goal in the forty-first minute. Despite creating numerous scoring chances in the remaining minutes, Louisiana Fire couldn't convert and Lonestar held on for a 2-1 win.
 
GSA 97 Phoenix Red (GA) found the net early against SC United Mt. Pleasant (SC) as Jennifer Westendorf scored in the second minute. Lauren McKeever and Amanda Vocelka added to the goal tally for GSA. SC United continued to fight and scored in the seventy-third minute, but time ran out and GSA advanced on the 3-1 victory.
 
Hurricane FC 97 Rhein (OK) and 96 CASL Spartan Elite Black (NC) played nearly seventy minutes of scoreless soccer. In a back and forth game, Ainsly Wolfinbarger broke the stalemate with a sixty-eighth minute goal. With the dramatic 1-0 win, Hurricane moves on to play Lonestar.
 
U-17 Boys National League Champion, Tulsa Soccer Club (OK) continued its streak of great results in its quarterfinal match against Steamers 94 (AL). Tulsa's George Howard slotted home a goal in the fortieth minute to open the scoring for his team. Anson Crouch and Harrison Kane added second-half goals to lead their team to the semifinals with the 3-0 win.
 
After falling behind 1-0 early in its game versus Arkansas Comets 94 (AR), Jacksonville Fury (FL) scored three goals in the first half to take back the momentum. Michael Della Porta buried a loose ball in the box following a corner kick to level the game in the twenty-first minute. Just five minutes later, Kacper Grzeszcak scored a similar goal off a long thrown in. Thomas Atchison added two more goals to complete the 4-1 come-from-behind victory for the Fury.
 
CESA 93 (SC) earned a convincing win over Dallas Texans Red (TX-N) to advance to the semifinals at the Region III Championships. Cole Seiler of CESA scored in the sixteenth minute and again in the fifty-seventh minute. After Alejandro Bedoya netted a third goal for CESA, the Dallas Texans committed more numbers forward and played direct to try and get back into the game. Vincent Johnson scored for the Dallas Texans in the eighty-eighth minute, but it was too little too late and CESA will meet Tulsa Soccer Club in the semifinals.
 
Florida Rush Nike (FL) earned its spot in the semifinals with a win over Texans 94 Houston (TX-S). Jean Rivaroli, the tournament's leading scorer, found the net for the fifth time this week when he headed home a knock-down in the 18 after his teammate challenged the keeper on a 50-50 ball. Rivaroli's goal was all Rush needed as it posted a 1-0 shutout and will face fellow Florida team JYSC Fury in the semis. 

Complete scores from today's action are below.


U-14 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
TX-N Sting 97 5 TX-S AHFC 97G 0
NC 96 CASL Spartan Elite Black G 0 OK Hurricane FC 97 Rhein 1
GA GSA 97 Phoenix Red 3 SC SCU/MP 96 Girls Elite 1
LA 97G Louisiana Fire Blue 1 PLW1 Lonestar 97G Red 2
U-14 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
PLW1 FC Dallas 97B Premier 1 TX-S Lonestars 97B Red 0
GA Concorde Fire Elite 1 AL VHSC Steamers 97 Black 0
PLW2 LAFC Houstonians 97 3 NC 96 CASL Chelsea 0
TX-N Dallas Texans 97 Boys Red Dallas 2 PLE1 West Pines Black 1
U-15 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
NC 95 CASL Spartan Elite Black 4 AL BUSA 96 0
TX-S Lonestars 96 G Red 1 PLE1 NASA '14 Elite 0
TX-N Sting 96 3 PLC1 TNFC Impact 0
PLW1 D'Feeters '96 1 GA Atlanta Fire United 96 Elite 0
U-15 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
SC CESA 95 Premier 0 GA GSA 96 Phoenix Red 1
TN Brentwood 96 Premier 0 TX-N Dallas Texans Red 96b 7
PLW2 Texans 96 Houston 0 TX-S LAFC Houstonians '96 1
PLW1 Solar Chelsea 96 Boys 2 NC 95 CASL Elite 0
U-16 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
GA Concorde Fire South Elite 1 AL BUSA 95 ECNL 2
NC 94 CASL Spartan Elite Black 4 AR NWA Lightning Strikers 0
TX-N Sting 95 1 PLE1 GSA 95 Phoenix Red 0
OK Hurricane FC 95 Shubert 2 TX-S Lonestars 95 Red 0
U-16 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
SC CESA 94 Premier 1 PLE1 HC UNITED RED  0
TX-S AHFC 95B 4 OK OK Texans 95 3
FL Weston 94/95 Pre Academy 0 MS GCU Dynamo U16 Boys Blue 1
GA Concorde Fire South Elite 1 NC 94 HFC Red 3
U-17 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
PLE1 NASA 12 Elite II 4 SC CESA 93 Girls Premier 0
TN Brentwood 94 Girl Premier 2 FL Lady Renegades 1
TX-N Dallas Texans 94 Girls Red Dallas 3 PLC1 Collierville SA 94 Lady Lobos Blue 0
GA United FA 94 Elite 2 TX-S Challenge 94 0
U-17 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
SC CESA 93 Boys Premier 3 PLW1 Dallas Texans Red-Dallas 1
PLE1 JYSC Fury 4 AR Arkansas Comets 1
OK TSC 94 Black 3 AL Vestavia Steamers 94 0
PLW2 Texans 94 Houston 0 FL Florida Rush Nike 1
U-18 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
PLE1 Team Boca 3 TX-N Dallas Texans 93 Red  1
FL Ponte Vedra Storm 8 SC CESA 92 Girls Premier 0
PLE2 Concorde Fire Elite R3PL 0 TX-S Lonestar 93 G Red 1
GA 93 GSA Phoenix Red 1 PLW1 D'Feeters 93 2
U-18 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
OK TSC 93 Red 4 FL Team Boca 1
GA Alpharetta Ambush 93 Red 3 TN Tennessee Rush Nike  0
NC 92 TFC Triangle FC Navy 1 GA GSA 93 Phoenix Red 2
SC CESA 92 Boys Premier 1 LA Chicago Fire Jrs. LA 3
U-19 GIRLS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
TX-N Sting 92G 7 GA Cobb FC Lady Chiefs 94 Premier 0
OK TSC Hurricane 93 Shubert 0 TX-N Dallas Texans 92 Girls Red Dallas 2
FL HCU (formerly RSL) 3 TN Brentwood 92 Premier 0
NC 91 Triangle FC Navy Girls 1 GA GSA 92 Phoenix Red 3
OK West Side Alliance 92G 5 TN '92 Lady Lobos 2
U-19 BOYS
REP HOME SCORE REP AWAY SCORE
NC 91 TUSA Gold 4 FL HC UNITED RED 0
GA Concorde Fire Elite 5 AL BUSA 92 Elite 1
MS MS JFC/ Fire U19 0 LA LA FIRE RED 4
SC  SCU/MP 91 Boys Elite 0 GA Cobb FC 92 Premier 3
TX-S Lonestars 92B Red 2 NC 91 CASL Chelsea 0
TX-N DallasTexans 92 - Dallas 3 TN FCA 92 TN Select 1


Regional winners of the Under-14 through Under-19 brackets earn a berth to the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships to be played in Phoenix, Ariz., July 26-31, at Reach 11 Sports Complex.

The US Youth Soccer National Championships will consist of US Youth Soccer Regional Champions in the Under-14 through Under-19 Boys and Girls age groups as well as the US Youth Soccer National League qualifiers in the Under-15 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups to complete the field of 60 teams. 

Daily reports and complete results from the tournament are available on
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