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All-Time Winningest Boys' Soccer Coaches

June, 24, 2012
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ESPNHS has compiled the most complete list of boys' soccer coaches with 500-plus boys' soccer victories. This list is current through the 2012 season. Coaches in bold are still active:

845, Terry Michler, Christian Brothers College (St. Louis, Mo.), 1972-2011 [845-214-97]
765, Miller Bugliari, Pingry School (Martinsville, N.J.), 1960-2011 [765-92-48]
747, Gene Chyzowych, Columbia (Maplewood, N.J.), 1964-2011 [747-209-72]
737, Greg Vitello, DeSmet Jesuit (St. Louis, Mo.), 1969-2011 [737-279-131]
717, Vince Drake, Trinity Catholic (St. Louis, Mo.); St. Thomas (Florissant, Mo.), 1968-2011 [717-298-133]
665, Brian Gibney, Shawnee (Medford, N.J.), 1974-2011 [665-138-58]
656, Allen Baker, Klein (Spring, Texas); Ballard (Louisville, Ky.), retired in 2008
655, Paul Rose, Sacramernto Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.), 1979-2011 [655-95-99]
637, George Todt, Archbishop Ryan (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1969-2011 [637-155-117]
621, Tom Tilson, Riverside Poly (Riverside, Calif.), 1974-2007
617, Tom Breznitsky, Scotch Plains-Fanwood (Scotch Plains, N.J.), 1975-2011 [617-150-52]
617, Phil Savitz, Irmo (Columbia, S.C.), 1981-2012 [617-74-5]
616, Don Brock, Needham (Needham, Mass.), 1961, 1967-2009 [616-165-108]
610, Joe Falana, Haddonfield (Haddonfield, N.J.), 1986-2011 [610-132-61]
604, Charlie Engle, Mount Markham (West Winfield, N.Y., 1969-2011); Leonardsville Central (Leonardsville, N.Y., 1968), 1968-2011 [604-193-40]
602, Foster Cass, Barnstable (Barnstable, Mass., 2006-2008); Pembroke (Pembroke, Mass., 2004-2005); Duxbury (Duxbury, Mass., 1969-2001), 1969-2001, 2004-2008 [602-88-54]
601, Rod Petkovic, Millikan (Long Beach, Calif.), 1982-2012 [601-115-96]
592, Ebbie Dunn, St. Louis University High (St. Louis, Mo.), 1955-1992 [592-197-104]
585, Larry McCorkle, Lake Mary (Lake Mary, Fla., 1982-83 through 2004-05); Bishop Moore (Orlando, Fla., 1978-79 through 1981-82); Seminole (Sanford, Fla., 1974-75 through 1977-78), 1974-2005 [585-177-56]
576, Leonard Emmons, Masconomet Regional (Masconomet, Mass.), 1972-2010 [576-101-70]
571, Bob Horgan, Christian Brothers College (St. Louis, Mo.), 1955-1982 [571-93-46]
571, Larry Peppers, Hinckley-Big Rock (Hinckley, Ill.), 1976-2007 [571-155-42]
566, Don Hartley, Red Creek Central (Red Creek, N.Y.), 1959-1991 and 2001-2008 [566-126-75]
559, Dan Gillespie, Maple Hill (Maple Hill, N.Y.), 1974, 1976-2011 [559-150-24]
557, Gary Schneck, Naples (Naples, N.Y.), 1969-2011 [557-211-63]
553, Gary Montalto, Cape Henlopen (Lewes, Del., 2011, 11-3-2); Arlington (LaGrangeville, N.Y., 1979-2009, 542-83-43), 1979-2009, 2011 [553-86-45]
547, John Millar, Kearny (Kearny, N.J.), 1975-2006 [547-86-19]
536, Bruno Schwarz, North Allegheny (Wexford, Pa.), 1968-2005 [536-202-53]
534, Mike Campisi, Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y.), 1980-2011 [534-91-60]
532, Bob Spielmann, Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wis.), 1979-2005 [532-73-40]
526, Gene Baker, Riverview Gardens (St. Louis, Mo.), 1968-1996 [526-120-50]
519, Rick Jacobs, St. Benedict's Prep (Newark, N.J.), 1985-2009 [519-27-13]
518, Francisco Nuno, Porterville (Porterville, Calif.), 1977-2006 [518-133-66]
512, Ray Buss, Fleetwood (Fleetwood, Pa.), 1983-2005 [512-99-48]
510, Vernon Rice, Lancaster Mennonite (Lancaster, Pa.), 1972-2007
509, Alan King, Palos Verdes Peninsula (Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.), 1976-2003 [509-137-97]
509, Robert Muir, Mattituck (Mattituck, N.Y.), 1937-1975 [509-62-33]
508, Charlie DeLong, Jesuit College Prep (Dallas, Texas), 1980(81)-2012 [508-51-22]
500, Bruce Reichman, Del Valle (El Paso, Texas), 1988-2012 [500-141-10]

Region III U15s: Defense sparks Concorde

June, 13, 2012
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Everyone’s heard the old adage: defense wins championships. If the old adage is true, Concorde Fire seems to be a good bet for the Under-15 age group of this weekend’s US Youth Soccer Region III Championships.

The Atlanta area squad made it to the semifinals of last year’s regional, winning four games by scores of 1-0, 2-1, 1-0 and 1-0. The then held eventual champion Dallas Texans to a scoreless draw in regulation in the semifinals, before losing in the second overtime frame.

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Region III U17s: Group C loaded with talent

June, 13, 2012
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Tampa Bay United Premier coach Scotty Moniz wasted no time voicing his thoughts on his team’s grouping for the 2012 US Youth Soccer Region III Championships: “It’s the group of death.”

“You’ve got the state champion from Texas, the state champion from Oklahoma, and the state champion from South Carolina. There’s not going to be an easy game anywhere in there.”

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Region III U18s: Florida Rush out to repeat

June, 13, 2012
6/13/12
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In the changing landscape of Florida club soccer, one thing remains constant: this Florida Rush Nike squad is a national competitor. The team that won last year’s Region III Championship also won this year’s Region III East Premier League, and heads into Greensville, S.C., looking to defend its regional crown.

“The thing that really sets us apart is our cohesiveness and our chemistry as a team,” says coach Nate Omodt. “We’ve got a bunch of kids who are really dedicated to each other and really committed to winning.”

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Development Academy recap, June 9-10

June, 13, 2012
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RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Bays extend undefeated streak to 20 matches

Highlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:

Under-15/16s

East Conference

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Academy top performances, June 9-10

June, 13, 2012
6/13/12
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RELATED LINKS: Bays extend undefeated run to 20 matches | Weekend Recap

Each week, ESPNHS highlights the multi-goal scorers from the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.

Here are the top offensive performances from the weekend of June 9-10:

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Development Academy recap, June 2-3

June, 6, 2012
6/06/12
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RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Galaxy completes worst-to-first showing

Highlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:

Under-15/16s

East Conference

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Development Academy recap, May 24-27

May, 30, 2012
5/30/12
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RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Crossfire puts clamps on Whitecaps

Highlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:

Under-15/16s

East Conference

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Academy top performances, May 19-20

May, 23, 2012
5/23/12
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RELATED LINKS: Whitecaps' star finds his focus | Weekend Recap

Each week, ESPNHS highlights the multi-goal scorers from the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.

Here are the top offensive performances from the weekend of May 19-20:

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Development Academy recap, May 19-20

May, 23, 2012
5/23/12
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RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Whitecaps forward finds his focus

Highlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:

Under-15/16s

East Conference

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U.S. U15 team named for Dutch event

May, 21, 2012
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U.S. Under-15 Boys’ National Team head coach Tony Lepore has named a 20-player roster to participate at the International Marveld Tournament in Groenlo, Holland.

The U.S. was drawn into a pool with FC Twente, Feyenoord, Ajax, Real Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen. The other pool is composed of SV Grol, PSV, Manchester United, Liverpool, FFFA Ghana and Olympique Marseille.

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Two 20-goal scorers top Academy U18 list

May, 18, 2012
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With the regular season winding down, it's time to take a look at the top goal scorers in the US Soccer Development Academy Under-17/18 age group. The following list of players are credited with 10 or more goals this season in Academy matches and is compiled from statistics made available from US Soccer.

Goals, Name, Club
20, John Chronopoulos, Santa Cruz Breakers
20, Caleb Clarke, Vancouver Whitecaps
18, Christian Duarte, Texans SC Houston
18, Daniel Garcia, FC Dallas
17, Jake Freeman, Albertson SC
17, Danny Jensen, Weston FC
15, Brandon Allen, New York Red Bulls
15, T.J. Casner, Pateadores
15, Mac Steeves, FC Greater Boston
14, Joey Calistri, Chicago Fire
14, Eli Dent, South Carolina United Battery
14, Hamza Haddadi, Crossfire Premier
14, Neahuel Medina, Kendall SC
14, Todd Wharton, Richmond Strikers
13, Jose de la Tejera, FC Dallas
13, Yassin Essa, Vancouver Whitecaps
13, Maikon Orrellana, Real Salt Lake-AZ
12, Reece Holcombe, Birmingham United
11, Manuel Carrillo, Nomads SC
11, Terry Delancy, Lonestar SC
11, Dominique Dismuke, Seattle Sounders
11, Martin Giordano, Weston FC
11, Nestor Jaramillo, South Carolina United Battery
11, Darius Madison, FC DELCO
11, Zach Mathers, Solar Chelsea SC
10, Roberto Escudero, Pateadores
10, Preston Gayton, Concorde Fire
10, Sam Hayward, Solar Chelsea SC
10, Christopher Ramirez, PA Classics
10, Thomas Sanner, Indiana United Fire

Carlin tops list of U15/16 Academy scorers

May, 18, 2012
5/18/12
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With the regular season winding down, it's time to take a look at the top goal scorers in the US Soccer Development Academy Under-15/16 age group. The following list of players are credited with 10 or more goals this season in Academy matches and is compiled from statistics made available from US Soccer.

Goals, Name, Club
20, Hamilton Carlin, South Carolina United Battery
19, Emmanuel Usen, Texans SC Houston
19, Alan Winn, Solar Chelsea
17, Brandon Aubrey, Dallas Texans
17, Brody Huitema, Vancouver Whitecaps
17, Brian Pacheco, Pateadores
17, Jaime Villarreal, LA Galaxy

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Academy scoring leaders, May 12-13

May, 16, 2012
5/16/12
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RELATED LINKS: Shattuck hopes to enjoy rare air in Colorado | Weekend Recap

Each week, ESPNHS highlights the multi-goal scorers from the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.

Here are the top offensive performances from the weekend of May 12-13:

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Development Academy recap, May 12-13

May, 16, 2012
5/16/12
10:44
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RELATED LINKS: Weekly Scoring Leaders | Shattuck hopes to enjoy rare air in Colorado

Highlights from this past weekend's action around the US Soccer Development Academy:

Under-15/16s

East Conference

SATURDAY: Colton Amidon gave FC DELCO a 1-0 lead before Nigel Robinson tied the match for DC United in a 1-1 draw. … Patrick Koscher scored two early goals and the Baltimore Bays Chelsea heled off PA Classics 2-1. Connor Maloney scored for PA Classics. … Tyler Toweson’s late goal gave FC Westchester a 2-2 draw with Albertson SC. After Axel Ender scored for FC Westchester, Albertson rallied on goals by Brett Nason and Santiago Moore. … Michael Henry’s fifth-minute goal gave Met Oval an upset 1-0 win over New York Red Bulls. … Declan McCabe scored twice and Amadu Kunateh and Luke Albertini added goals as the New England Revolution handled South Central Premier 4-0. … Leandro Lemache scored three goals and Alex Neumann added one as PDA defeated Cosmos Academy 4-2. Junior Rosero and Trystan Montero scored for the Cosmos. … NJSA 04 received an own goal in the second minute that stood up in a 1-0 win over Potomac. …Nathan Pomeroy scored three goals as FC Greater Boston defeated Oakwood SC 5-2. Robert Schallmo and Harrison Swartz added goals for FCGB while Peter Brodeur and Derek Molkenbuhr scored for Oakwood. SUNDAY: Andrew Bell and Aaron Potter scored twice each as Match Fit Chelsea defeated Potomac 4-0. … Ben Swanger’s 79th minute goal allowed Empire United to secure a 3-3 tie with Seacoast United. Jordan Misiri scored twice and Frantzdy Pierrot added a goal as Seacoast built leads of 2-0 and 3-2. Alan Peckham and Charlie Cosentino scored Empire’s first two goals. … Patrick Koscher upped his weekend goal total to four by scoring twice in the Baltimore Bays Chelsea’s 3-2 win over FC DELCO. John Jlopleh also scored for the Bays while George Tsirukis and Colton Amidon scored for FC DELCO. … PA Classics used an own goal to top DC United 1-0. … Zach Knudson and Alec Neumann each had two goals as PDA rolled up one of the most lopsided results of the year in a 7-0 win over Met Oval. Kazari Trought, Spencer Hambleton and Miguel Alves also scored for PDA. … Michael Gaffary scored twice and Anthony Sare once as Cosmos Academy defeated New York Red Bulls 3-1. Alex Muyl scored for Red Bulls. … Nathan Pomeroy scored twice and Robert Schallmo and Mohamed Kenawy scored goals as FC Greater Boston defeated South Central Premier 4-0. … Amadu Kunateh’s 72nd minute goal was enough to carry the New England Revolution to a 1-0 win over Oakwood SC.

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