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ECNL Recap: Sept. 27-28

Article Written by Travis Clark
Published: September 29, 2014

U14 

Madison Gear’s brace provided enough offense for D’Feeters, which secured a 2-0 win against Texas Rush. In Sunday’s 1-0 win over Challenge SC, the D’Feeters offense came from Ryley Andrews, who notched the game-winner from a Caroline Hergenrether pass. 

Orlando City won a pair of games on the weekend, which began with a 1-0 win against Carolina Elite Soccer Academy behind Madison Lemery’s game winner. Lemery also scored twice, along with Karin Haif and Ansley Frazier, in a 4-0 win over Charlotte Soccer Academy on Sunday.

Solar Chelsea’s Julia Parks scored twice, Sydney Nobles and Sarah Mason also scored in a 4-0 win against local rivals Dallas Texans.

U15

A trip to Arizona provided six points for Eagles SC across its two-game slate. First, Eagles topped Sereno thanks to a pair of two-goal efforts from Isabella Pariente and Jordan Centineo, who led the way to a 5-1 win. On Sunday, Eagles topped SC Del Sol 3-1 to round out the weekend.

Also sweeping a pair of weekend matches was Michigan Hawks. Saturday, the powerhouse Michigan side beat St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri 3-1, with Madison Donley, Abby Gardiner and Madison Myers all notching goals. Sunday was another comprehensive team effort, with five players – Madison Donley, Camryn Evans, Gardiner, Myers and Alexa Spaanstra all scoring once in a 5-2 defeat of Scott Gallagher’s Illinois side.

Two goals from Real So Cal’s Luisa Delgado Heniz provided the full points for the California side in a Saturday matchup against SC Del Sol. Heinz also provided the assist on Haley Merrill’s game-winning goal in Real So Cal’s 1-0 win against Sereno SC.

U16 

In a clash of two powerhouses from the Bay Area, De Anza force were runaway winners on Saturday, beating MVLA 8-1. Midfielder Luca Deza scored twice and had two assists, Kayla Fong also netted a brace, while Samantha Tran, Tierna Davidson and Joelle Anderson all found the back of the net.

A flood of offense from four different players: Camryn Dyke, Madison Johnson, Civana Kulhmann and Sofia Weiner scored in a 4-1 win for Colorado Rush over Mustang SC. Kulmann and Dyke both scored in a 2-0 defeat of Pleasanton Rage on Sunday. 

U17

Taylor Porter, Dana Dalton and Camille Bassett each found the back of the net for the San Diego Surf in a 3-0 win over West Coast FC.

Goals came from Lakyn Pope and Jordan Harr as the Dallas Sting beat Challenge SC 2-0 to open the weekend. The Sting made it two wins from two on the weekend when they beat Texas Rush 3-0.

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Allison Winterfield’s two-goal performance provided all the offense for the Michigan Hawks, which topped St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri 2-0 on Saturday. The Hawks also beat the Illinois Gallagher side 5-0 in Sunday’s action.

U18

Sereno secured a Saturday win against Eagles SC, as Brooke Denesik and Shelby Roberts each tallied, with a pair of assists coming off the foot of Kelly Harris. In their other match of the weekend, Sereno drew 0-0 with Real So Cal.

Home cooking also served the Colorado Rush well, as they snuck past Mustang SC 1-0, thanks to Rylie O’Keefe’s game winner. Kayla Hill and Madeline Flom accounted for the offense in Sunday’s 2-0 defeat of Pleasanton Rage.

The Bay Area clash at this age group saw MVLA ease past De Anza by a 4-0 score line. Defender Tegan McGrady scored a goal and added two assists, while Shaelan Murison Brown scored twice and Jayme Hughes chipped in a goal.

Tennessee recruit Maya Neal led Eclipse SC to a win against Chicagoland rivals Sockers FC. Neal, a 2015 graduate, scored three times in a 4-0 victory. Notre Dame commit Ann Marie Niro added the fourth for Eclipse.

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