Day 3 National Presidents Cup

Championship Matches Set at 2013 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup

Final Day of Preliminary Matches
 
AUBURNDALE, Fla. (July 13, 2013) – Championship matches are set after the final day of preliminary play concluded at the 2013 US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup in Auburndale, Fla. Out of the 40 participating teams, 10 will be crowned in the Under-13 through Under-17 Boys and Girls age groups.

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. 

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


Highlights from Day 3:

Under-13 Boys: DSC Alliance SC Galaxy (MD) 3-2 PDN INTERNATIONAL (TX-S)
Both DSC Alliance Galaxy and PDN International are moving on to the finals, playing against each other againtomorrow for the championship. Today’s outcome resulted in a 3-2 DSC Alliance win with goals all produced in the second half. Vaughn Phillips got a pair of goals for DSC (40’ and 65’), as well as his teammate Chance Mullen (52’). Kevin Felix (66’) and David Gallegos (70’) scored for PDN in the last ten minutes of play, but in an effort to catch up time ran out and DSC took the win.

Under-14 Boys: Downtown SC Black (CA-S) 1-1 Crystal Lake Force Elite (IL)
Downtown SC Black and Crystal Lake Force Elite will meet each other again tomorrow in the U-14 Boys championship. The two teams battled it out today to a 1-1 draw, which saw two early back-to-back goals. Downtown SC’s David Orellana Gomez scored in the 10th minute of play, and just seconds later Justin Rutherford tied the match for Crystal Lake Force.

Under-15 Boys: International SC St. Tomas (NV) 3-3 Classics Eagles Black (OH-S)

International SC St. Tomas takes the top of the U-15 Boys standings after all preliminary play. Today International tied Classics Eagles Black 3-3, in a game with goals by Ramon Ceja Partida (27’), William De La Torre Jimenez (31’) and Cedric S Jones (53’). Despite being down 3-0, Classics Eagles Black was able to come back and tie the match with a shot by John Bechtel (62’), and a pair of goals Derrick Reedus (64’ and 70’).

Under-16 Boys: NADO B16 (CA-S) 2-1 CE Black (OH-S)
NADO goes into tomorrow’s U-16 final undefeated, after today’s 2-1 win against CE Black. Despite being down 1-0 in the first half after CE’s goal by Peter Marth (21’), NADO was able to claim the victory by coming back stronger in the second half. Camille Aucoin notched a goal for NADO in the 51st minute, and Tommy MacCartee scored in the last minute of the match.

Under-17 Boys: YMS Clash (PA-E) 2-1 ACS Elite (NC) 
YMS Clash moves on to the finals to play against La Roca Select. Today they defeated ACS Elite 2-1 in their last preliminary match. YMS set the tone by scoring in the 3rd minute (Kevin Hart). ACS responded in the second half (Gerardo Peraza 48’), but YMS didn’t allow them to shift the game and scored again a minute later (Douglas Chapuis 49’).

Under-13 Girls: Wasatch (UT) 1-0 Ohio Premier Eagles Black (OH-S)
Wasatch moves into the championship match undefeated, after their 1-0 win against Ohio Premier Eagles Black today. The game saw a scoreless first half, and then Haylee Gardner broke the deadlock in the 53rdminute.

Under-14 Girls: SASA Spirits (IL) 1-0 Platinum FC Sanchez (CA-S)
Kendall Boyd got her second goal of the tournament – the game winning goal against Platinum FC Sanchez. Boyd scored for SASA Spirits just five minutes after the start of the game. SASA’s strong defense helped kept Platinum out, to secure the 1-0 win and a spot in the U-14 Girls final.

Under-15 Girls: SWISA Mutiny (IN) 1-0 SC Del Sol Maxwell (AZ)
Although SC Del Sol’s last preliminary match resulted in a 1-0 loss, they took the top of the U-15 Girls standings and move on to the finals to face LNSC Eclipse. SWISA Mutiny got the 1-0 win against SC Del Sol, with Loryn Willis’ 38-minute goal in the first half.

Under-16 Girls: Albion Hurricanes Blue East (TX-S) 3-0 FASA Impact Premiere (VA)
A solid defense, and goals by Kirsten Diaz and Kathryne Padgett, helped Albion Hurricanes get a 3-0 win against FASA Impact Premiere. Diaz scored twice, opening and closing the scoring for the match (18’ and 80), and also taking the board as the top leading U-16G goal-scorer with four tournament goals. Padgett also added to the score in the 47th minute. Albion now moves on to the final facing Rush Swoosh.

Under-17 Girls: Eastside FC 95 White (WA) 1-0 Tri City Storm Black (ND) 
Sophia Rouches’ early 8-minute goal sustained the match and gave Eastside FC a 1-0 win over Tri City Storm Black. Eastside FC now goes on to tomorrow’s final undefeated, where they will face Fusion in the U-17 Girls championship.

 

Championship Matches:

Age Group

Home Team

State

Away Team

State

Field

Time

Under-13 Girls

Wastach

UT

Bay United Sharks

FL

Myrtle 2

8:15 AM

Under-13 Boys

DSC Alliance SC Galaxy

MD

PDN INTERNATIONAL 99/00

TX-S

Myrtle 3

10:00 AM

Under-14 Girls

SASA Spirits

IL

WCUSC Predators

PA-E

Myrtle 5

10:15 AM

Under-14 Boys

Downtown SC Black

CA-S

Crystal Lake Force Elite

IL

Myrtle 8

8:00 AM

Under-15 Girls

SC Del Sol Maxwell

AZ

LNSC Eclipse

NC

Myrtle 3

8:15 AM

Under-15 Boys

International SC St.Tomas

NV

GUAMERU SC

TX-N

Myrtle 10

10:00 AM

Under-16 Girls

Albion Hurricanes Blue East

TX-S

Rush Swoosh

CO

Myrtle 2

10:15 AM

Under-16 Boys

NADO B16

CA-S

TESC Elite Red

NC

Myrtle 1

8:15 AM

Under-17 Girls

Eastside FC White

WA

Fusion

NY-E

Stadium

8:00 AM

Under-17 Boys

YMS Clash

PA-E

La Roca Select DT

UT

Stadium

10:25 AM

 

Complete Scores – Day 3:

Under-13 Girls

Bay United 99G Sharks

FL

1

North Union United 99F Strikers

PA-E

1

 

Ohio Premier Eagles Black

OH-S

0

Wastach

UT

1

Under-13 Boys

PDN INTERNATIONAL 99/00

TX-S

2

DSC Alliance SC Galaxy

MD

3

 

U13 Goshen Stars United

IN

4

Inter 99/00

CO

1

Under-14 Girls

98/99 Cape Coral Cyclones

FL

0

WCUSC Predators 98

PA-E

1

 

SASA Spirits

IL

1

Platinum FC Sanchez

CA-S

0

Under-14 Boys

Westside 98/99 Eagles

FL

0

South Shore United Blazers

MA

0

 

Crystal Lake Force Elite 98A

IL

1

Downtown SC Black

CA-S

1

Under-15 Girls

LNSC 97 Eclipse

NC

2

WCUSC Eagles97

PA-E

0

 

SWISA Mutiny

IN

1

SC Del Sol 98 Girls Maxwell

AZ

0

Under-15 Boys

GUAMERU SC 98

TX-N

2

CROF A3 United

MD

0

 

Classics Eagles Black

OH-S

3

International SC St.Tomas

NV

3

Under-16 Girls

Albion Hurricanes 97G Blue East

TX-S

3

FASA Impact Premiere

VA

0

 

SD United Legacy

SD

1

Rush Swoosh

CO

2

Under-16 Boys

TESC Elite Red

NC

2

VSA HEAT 96 BLUE

VA

1

 

CE Black

OH-S

1

NADO B16

CA-S

2

Under-17 Girls

Lady Lions 96 Red

TX-S

1

Fusion

NY-E

1

 

Tri City Storm Black

ND

0

Eastside FC 95 White

WA

1

Under-17 Boys

95 ACS - Elite

NC

1

YMS Clash

PA-E

2

 

Toca U17 USL

KS

0

La Roca Select DT

UT

3

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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