Express Soccer Takes On Miami

Monday, February 25, 2013
Back row, Javier Rodriguez, Leudy Franco, Hunter Cruse, Hunter Gregory, Abel Mendiola, second row, Bryan Villa, Diego Nunez, Tad Whitaker, David Franco, Collin Sweatman, Robbie Moody, Oliver Thomsen, front row, Jorge Hurtado, Victor Garcia, Miguel Villa, Isael Gutierrez.
Back row, Javier Rodriguez, Leudy Franco, Hunter Cruse, Hunter Gregory, Abel Mendiola, second row, Bryan Villa, Diego Nunez, Tad Whitaker, David Franco, Collin Sweatman, Robbie Moody, Oliver Thomsen, front row, Jorge Hurtado, Victor Garcia, Miguel Villa, Isael Gutierrez.

Express Regional Soccer Association 94 boys went to Miami, Fla., on the President’s weekend.  

Express played FC United Black to a tie game of 0-0. Then, they beat Plantation Eagles 2-1. On Sunday, they beat Homestead of Florida  1-0. The finals were held on Monday.  Express had to go to penalty kicks and won 5-3. They are now champions of the U19 Gold bracket.



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