In a Mid-Atlantic mash-up, McLean Youth Soccer topped nearby rivals Maryland United FC 1-0. The lone goal came from Margaret Szymczak.
Forward Caroline Conti helped drive the offense with two goals and an assist, as Carolin Elite Soccer Academy beat Orlando City YS 4-1. Also getting in on the goals for CESA were Sarah Agee and Aliyah Millcia, while Carmel Oliveira provided the consolation tally for Orlando.
Attackers Mackenzie Pluck and Bailey Gillmore each played a pivotal role in a 3-1 FC Bucks victory against Penn Fusion over the weekend. The pair each scored and setup a goal. Megan O’Neill scored the third for the Bucks.
Bethesda SC unleashed an offensive barrage on McLean Youth Soccer, winning 6-3 in a shootout. Two goals apiece from Cameron Murtha and Jamie Fink helped Bethesda in its victorious cause, while Olivia Kane racked up four helpers on the day. Natalie Gately and Erika Kulisch also chimed in with goals for Bethesda.
St. Louis Scott Gallagher Metro edged its club affiliate, topping the Missouri side 1-0 on Sunday.
A goal from forward Shannon Casey was all that separated two Michigan rivals, as Vardar edged Michigan Hawks 1-0 on Saturday. Conner Rae Huggins played well at the back, helping maintain a shutout.
McLean Youth Soccer outpaced Bethesda SC, winning by a 4-1 score line.
PA rivals Continental FC Delco and FC Bucks split a point on Saturday, as their encounter finished in a 2-2 draw. Olivia Butera and Katherine Roth supplied the goals for Delco, while Dakota Mills scored twice for FC Bucks.
McLean Youth Soccer pulled out a pair of wins over the weekend. First, thanks to a goal and an assist each from Rebecca Callison and Rebecca Voyack, the Virginia side bested Maryland United FC 4-1. On Sunday, McLean beat Bethesda SC 3-0.
On the west coast, Santa Rosa United and San Juan SC drew 1-1.
Jaslyn Guillen scored the game-winning goal for Santa Rosa United, as they edged San Juan Soccer Club 1-0. Isabella Beal provided the assist on the decisive tally.
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