Day 2: National Presidents Cup

 Day 2 of Preliminary Matches

  

AUBURNDALE, Fla. (July 12, 2013) – The 2013 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup continued in Auburndale, Fla. with the 40 Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls teams taking the field for the second day of play at Lake Myrtle Park.

The tournament takes place July 11-14 and features US Youth Soccer teams from 20 different State Associations competing for a national title.

The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is designed for teams seeking additional challenges to play for a national title against teams of similar abilities. The cup provides a progressive, competitive experience to teams that might not otherwise get the opportunity to participate in a series of unique experiences highlighting competition, camaraderie and community from the state to regional to national levels of US Youth Soccer. 

Highlights from Day 2:

Under-13 Boys: Inter 99/00 (CO) 3-1 DSC Alliance SC Galaxy (MD)
In U-13 Boys play, Inter defeated DSC Alliance SC Galaxy 3-1. Although DSC Alliance got an early lead when Vaughn Phillips merely stepped on field and scored within the first minute, Inter responded swiftly, prohibiting DSC to take advantage of the game with Luis Ramos’ 7th minute goal,. The match remained tied until the second half when Uriel Ramirez-Godoy got a pair of goals in the 37th and 48th minute to secure the win.

Under-14 Boys: Downtown SC Black (CA-S) 4-1 South Shore United Blazers (MA)
Downtown SC Black is now 2-0-0 after defeating South Shore United Blazers 4-1. Gerardo Martinez opened up the scoring for Downtown SC in the 4th minute, but South Shore was able to recuperate eight minutes later with Camden Frederick’s goal. Before halftime, Christian Quintana gave Downtown the lead, and Randy Romero finished it off in the second half with a pair of goals in the 66th and 70th minute.

Under-15 Boys: Guameru SC (TX-N) 5-2 Classics Eagles Black (OH-S)
In a game full of second-half action, Guameru SC defeated Classics Eagles Black 5-2. The lone goal of the first half came in the 7th minute by Guameru’s Jefry Umanzor. The second half saw a goal by Jonathan Mendez (48’), a second goal by Umanzor (51’) and a pair of goals by Alfredo Rangel (54 and 79’). Classics’ players Derrick Reedus and Shaeffer Smith added two goals for their team in the 61st and 77th minute.

Under-16 Boys: NADO Select (CA-S) 6-0 VSA Heat Blue (VA)
NADO Select is at the top of the standings after defeating VSA Heat Blue 6-0. The match saw a pair of goals by Juan Michel (15’ and 64’) and also Gabriel Alamillo (73’ and 77’). Mario Diaz and Camille Aucoin also contributed to the win with goals in the 24th and 80th minute.

Under-17 Boys: YMS Clash (PA-E) 1-1 La Roca Select (UT)
YMS Clash and La Roca Select battled it out to a 1-1 draw. The match remained scoreless until the second half when Connor Waters broke the stalemate in the 70th minute and put YMS Clash ahead. Just seconds before the game’s conclusion though, La Roca’s Colby Huerta-Brown found the equalizer right at the 90th minute.

Under-13 Girls: Bay United Sharks (FL) 3-1 OP Eagles Black (OH-S)
Bay United Sharks beat OP Eagles Black 3-1 in a U-13 Girls match. Peyton Peffers scored for Bay United within the first 10 minutes of play, but before halftime, OP Eagles’ Riley Mathias tied the match. Bay United came back strong in the second half and Ashlynn Lee’s pair of goals (38’ and 47’) assured Bay United the win.

Under-14 Girls: SASA Spirits (IL) 2-1 Cape Coral Cyclones (FL)
SASA Spirits’ 2-1 win against Cape Coral Cyclones put them at the top of the U-14 Girls standings. Sameena Koriala scored for SASA within the first ten minutes of play, but just seconds later Cape Coral Cyclones’ Kayla Easterly tied the match. In the 25th minute, Kendall Boyd gave SASA the lead, which held over entirely in the second half due to SASA’s strong defense.

Under-15 Girls: SC Del Sol (AZ) 4-1 WCUSC Eagles (PA-E)
SC Del Sol defeated WCUSC Eagles 4-1 in a U-15 Girls matchup. Shelbie O’Conner’s hat trick (4’, 69’ and 71’) helped give SC Del Sol the win along with Andrea Dean’s 34th minute goal. Taylor McKee put WCUSC in the board in the 43rd minute.

Under-16 Girls: Rush Swoosh (CO) 3-0 FASA Impact Premiere (VA)
Rush Swoosh achieved a 3-0 win over FASA Impact Premiere. The U-16 Girls match saw Madison Weeks and Bethany Hohnstein both score for Rush in the first half, and Jennifer Brunsdon also got a goal just minutes before closing the game.

Under-17 Girls: Eastside FC White (WA) 2-1 Fusion (NY-E)
Although the match saw a scoreless first half, there was plenty of goal-scoring action in the second half between EFC and Capital United Fusion. Bailey Martoncik broke the stalemate in the 51st minute and put EFC ahead, but Brianna Feldmaier evened the score in the 76th minute, putting Capital United Fusion back in the game. Right as the whistle was about to blow, Sophia Rouches found the back of the net in the 90th minute, and gave Eastside the dramatic win.

 

Complete Scores – Day 2:

Under-13 Girls

Bay United 99G Sharks

FL

3

Ohio Premier Eagles Black

OH-S

1

 

North Union United 99F Strikers

PA-E

0

Wastach

UT

1

Under-13 Boys

PDN INTERNATIONAL 99/00

TX-S

2

U13 Goshen Stars United

IN

1

 

DSC Alliance SC Galaxy

MD

1

Inter 99/00

CO

3

Under-14 Girls

98/99 Cape Coral Cyclones

FL

1

SASA Spirits

IL

2

 

WCUSC Predators 98

PA-E

2

Platinum FC Sanchez

CA-S

2

Under-14 Boys

Westside 98/99 Eagles

FL

1

Crystal Lake Force Elite 98A

IL

1

 

South Shore United Blazers

MA

1

Downtown SC Black

CA-S

4

Under-15 Girls

LNSC 97 Eclipse

NC

3

SWISA Mutiny

IN

2

 

WCUSC Eagles97

PA-E

1

SC Del Sol 98 Girls Maxwell

AZ

4

Under-15 Boys

GUAMERU SC 98

TX-N

5

Classics Eagles Black

OH-S

2

 

CROF A3 United

MD

0

International SC St.Tomas

NV

8

Under-16 Girls

Albion Hurricanes 97G Blue East

TX-S

2

SD United Legacy

SD

0

 

FASA Impact Premiere

VA

0

Rush Swoosh

CO

3

Under-16 Boys

TESC Elite Red

NC

1

CE Black

OH-S

1

 

VSA HEAT 96 BLUE

VA

0

NADO B16

CA-S

6

Under-17 Girls

Lady Lions 96 Red

TX-S

0

Tri City Storm Black

ND

6

 

Fusion

NY-E

1

Eastside FC 95 White

WA

2

Under-17 Boys

95 ACS - Elite

NC

0

Toca U17 USL

KS

3

 

YMS Clash

PA-E

1

La Roca Select DT

UT

1


For more information on the US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup, visit www.USYouthSoccer.org/PresidentsCup.

Note:  The US Youth Soccer Presidents Cup is a separate series of events from the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series.

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