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Syracuse Wins OBGC Elementary Soccer Title

Syracuse claimed the Ogdensburg Boys and Girls Elementary Soccer League Playoff Championship with a 2-0 win over Clemson. North Carolina took the consolation game with a 6-2 win over Duke.

Consolation Game: North Carolina 6 – Duke 2

North Carolina exploded for six goals in this game claiming the third place spot in the league. London Davock helped them out big with three goals while Nate Sholette scored twice while also playing well in net. Brody Barrett added a single goal

For Duke it was a hard fought final game with both goals coming from William LaFlair.

Championship Game: Syracuse 2 – Clemson 0

Syracuse was able to win the championship with a strong night offensively scoring two goals one coming from Gavin Moran and the second coming from Trey Thompson. Amya LaFlair and Peyton Tulip both played well in goal.

Clemson couldn't find the back of the net in this one but they did get strong goalie play from Urijah Austin.

Following the game individual awards were presented: Offensive MVP: Gavin Moran, Frank Barr, Defensive MVP: Peyton Tulip, Sportsmanship: Urijah Austin


Syracuse downed Clemson in the finals of the OBGC Elementary Indoor Soccer playoffs.Top row is Syracuse- Jocelyn Tulip, Parker Tulip, Peyton Tulip, Bentley Dishaw, Jacob Howe Echo Bouchey, Ella Bouchey, Travus Howe, Jamrar Richey, Trey Thompson, Gavin Moran, Amya LaFlair. Bottom row is Clemson - Harrison Hull, Lucien Hull, Zoey LaCharitie, Adam Rose, Owen Rose, Nathanael Parks, Dustin Bennett, Frank Barr, Sky Barr, Tate Estes, Jackson Thornhill, Urijah Austin


Awards picture is OBGC Youth Development Director Ryan Adams (left) and OBGC Assistant Director Megan McNamara presented Individual Awards to Frank Barr, Gavin Moran, Urijah Austin and Peyton Tulip after the Elementary Indoor Soccer Playoffs.

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