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St. Croix Site of International Soccer Melee

June 28, 2005 – The St. Croix American Youth Soccer Organization will host youth players from Denmark, Florida, California, Trinidad and Puerto Rico at its 2005 International Open Soccer Melee Tournament from Wednesday, June 29 through July 1. All tournament games take place at the St. Croix Educational Complex fields.
Organizers say the games will be exciting and the cultural exchange between players, coaches, and referees will be exhilarating.
The tournament schedule is as follows (Note: Trinidad and California players will play with St. Croix teams to ensure balanced teams and age groups)
All games will be played at the main and satellite fields
Wednesday, June 29
Main Field
10 a.m. Under 19 Girls STX vs. FL
11:30 a.m. Under 19 Boys STX1 vs. PR
3:30 p.m. Under 19 Girls FL vs. Denmark
5 p.m. Under 19 Boys STX 2 vs. Denmark
6:30 .p.m. Under 19 Girls Denmark vs. STX
8 p.m. Under 19 Boys STX1 vs. STX2
Satellite Field: All day mini soccer camp for players 14 and under–
Thursday, June 30
Main Field
9 a.m. Under 19Girls Den vs. STX
11a.m. Under 19 Boys Den vs. PR
3 p.m. Under 19 Girls FL vs. STX
5:30 p.m. Under 19 Boys STX1 vs. Den
7 p.m. Under 19 Girls Den vs. .Fl
8:30 p.m. Under 19 Boys PR vs. STX2
Satellite Field
9:30 a.m. Under 14 Coed 1 vs. Coed 2
11a.m. Under 14 Coed 3 vs. Coed 4
2:30 p.m. Under 14 Coed 2 vs. Coed 3
4 p.m. Under 14 Coed 1 vs. Coed 4
Friday, July 1
Main Field
9:30 a.m. Under 19 Boys Semifinals #1
11:30 a.m. Under 19 Boys Semifinals #2
6p.m. Under 19 Girls Final
8:30 p.m. Under 19 Boys Final
Satellite Field
9 a.m. Under 14 Coed 1 vs. Coed 3
10:30 a.m. Under 14 Coed 2 vs. Coed 4
5 p.m. Under 14 Coed Final
For more information call 778-1655.

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