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North Texas claims five Region III titles

Published 6/29/2014 9:54:04 AM by staff from dallas
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The Dallas Classic League boys sides recovered well from what was a lees than stellar start to the Region III championships in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Five of the Texas teams crashed out in group play, but in the end two of the five teams that advanced claimed boys titles.

Solar 99 won another championship as they overwhelmed Real Madrid Miami 4-2.  Diego Villanueva notched a brace while Mandel Steward and Matthew Lay claimed a goal a piece in the victory.

FC Dallas Premier 97 continued their hot spring by beating North Carolina Alliance 2-0 to punch their ticket to Nationals.  A 58th minute goal from Reece Schattle broke the scoreless tie.  Later FCD earned a penalty kick that Kevin Rodas slotted home to put the game out of reach.

Three Lake Highlands Girls squads claimed Region III titles to go along with the two boys championships.  The Dallas Kicks 01 girls won the youngest age group knocking off Oklahoma FC 3-1.  Jaida Thomas and Allijah Marquez staked the Kicks to an early lead and they were rarely troubled from there in the win.

Sting 00 ran out 2-0 winners over Ponte Verde SC Florida as they got an early goal from Madeline Hansen.  Rachel Wasserman added a late insurance goal in the victory.

Sting's U18 girls grabbed the second Region III title for the club as they slipped past Tophat Gold from Georgia 2-1.  A goal in the 93rd minute from Sydney Kingston was the decider.

Label: Region III soccer championships, Solar 99, Sting 00, Reece Schattle, Rachel Wasserman
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