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Campton U-17 competes in Disney tourney

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  • Campton United U17 Boys Soccer team includes: front row, from left, Jakub Rys, Jacob Hoepner, Jacob Sterling, Sam Hardy, Eddie Gonzalez, TC Hull and Kevin Heinrich; and back row, Ben Franzen, Danny DiLeonardi, Phillip LeGare, Beck Nebergall, Grant Stoneman, Brian Pacilio, Stephen Todd, Billy Larsen, and coaches Michael Arango and Chad Flanders. Not pictured: Reyman Solis.

      Campton United U17 Boys Soccer team includes: front row, from left, Jakub Rys, Jacob Hoepner, Jacob Sterling, Sam Hardy, Eddie Gonzalez, TC Hull and Kevin Heinrich; and back row, Ben Franzen, Danny DiLeonardi, Phillip LeGare, Beck Nebergall, Grant Stoneman, Brian Pacilio, Stephen Todd, Billy Larsen, and coaches Michael Arango and Chad Flanders. Not pictured: Reyman Solis.
    Courtesy of Campton United U17

 
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The Campton United Soccer U-17 Boys team won their tournament bracket (2-0-1) to advance to the championship game of Disney's College Showcase, held in Orlando, Fla., on Dec. 27-30.

Teams from around the United States, as well as from U.S. Soccer Academies and National League teams, competed during this prestigious four-day event.

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Campton beat FC Florida Parkland and Ohio's Everest SC, and tied Pennsylvania Fusion SA '95 boys to advance to the championship game against New York's Manhattan PSG.

The championship match ended 0-0, resulting in Campton losing in penalty kicks. During the event, more than 50-plus college coaches were able to evaluate Campton United players.

Campton's U-17 boys prepared for the Disney Showcase by finishing 3-0 at Shattuck St. Mary's Showcase in Minnesota in December.

The Campton U-17 boys represent the towns of Hampshire, Huntley, Cary, Wheaton, St. Charles, Geneva, West Chicago and Kirkland.

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