Highlights from some of the action Wednesday, April 12, in the U13, U14, and U15 brackets.
George Wilkinson scored a pair of goals for Kent Schools in their 3-0 win over Angeles Soccer Elite. The English side went undefeated in group play scoring 13 goals total.
FC Golden State 2004 East earned three points in the standings with a 1-0 win over Dallas Texans USSDA U12. Jordy Aviles was the lone goal scorer in the match.
In Bracket D, San Antonio FC Pro Academy won 5-0 over Fc Dallas Youth 04B Premier to give them an undefeated record in group play. They finished Bracket D play with an impressive +8 goal differential.
Cedar Stars Academy punched their ticket to the quarterfinals with a 4-0 win over FC Dallas Youth 04B East.
Hiroshima FC continued their impressive group stage play with a 2-0 win over Diablos Tesistan FC. The Japanese side have yet to concede a goal at Dallas Cup.
Local side FC Dallas U13 Academy continued their strong defense in their win against World Class FC ’03 Boys USSFDA. Justin Che, John Gall, and Timothy Ospina got on the score sheet in the 3-0 win.
Bracket D group play concluded with Tigres moving on to the quarterfinals thanks to their 1-0 win over CDA Slammers FC. Francisco Lozano scored game’s only goal in the 50th minute.
Queretaro FC Gallos Blancos secured Bracket E with their 3-0 win over Vaughan U13 OPDL. Juan Robles scored a brace in the match.
Last year’s U15 champions Eintracht Frankfurt defeated Club Mana 4-1 at Richland College. Larion Kosuchin scored two goals in the match. The three points in the standings pushed the German side back through to the quarter-finals.
Last year’s U15 runner-up Tigres also secured a spot in the quarterfinals after a 2-2 draw against La Roca Premier ’02. The point in the standings was enough for Tigres to win Bracket B.
Bracket C group play concluded with Solar Chelsea 02B ending up on top. They scored 11 goals in their three matches and did not concede a goal. The strong Texas side will enter the quarterfinals coming off of a convincing 5-0 win on Wednesday.
Ricardo Pepi bagged a hat-trick for FC Dallas U14 Academy in their win over Club Division 02B. The FC Dallas side had an unprecedented +24 goal differential in their 3 games, having scored 25 goals and conceding just 1.