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Five Player Friday | Edition Four

09/13/2019, 11:45am EDT
By SYLSoccer.com Staff

These five grabbed the attention of the USL Scouting Network this week

In the buildup to the Super Y League Finals in December, we’ll be highlighting five players each week from around the league who went above and beyond for their teams on the road to Tampa. Here’s who got noticed by the USL Scouting Network this week.

FIVE PLAYER FRIDAY - SEPTEMBER 13, 2019

Logan Collins

Atlanta Fire U15 Boys

The Fire relied on Collins’ hard work to propel them to a very successful campaign in the South Atlantic Division, where they went undefeated and finished in first.

Mia Arevalo-Delcid

Northern Virginia Soccer Club U15 Girls

Arevalo-Delcid quickly made a name for herself as one of the best goalscorers in the Super Y League this season, scoring six times in seven games to lead her team to a 6-0-1 record and a first place finish in the Mid Atlantic Division.

Eric Haarhoff

Alpharetta Ambush U13 Boys

Haarhoff wore the #10 shirt for the Ambush, and proved he deserved it by displaying his creative abilities on the pitch.

Natasha Rabinowitch

FC Virginia U17 Girls

Rabinowitch was excellent for FC Virginia throughout the summer, and was one of Super Y League’s most consistent performers. She scored three goals to help her team to a winning record.

Isaac Torres

Rebels SC U15 Boys

Torres did a little bit of everything for the Rebels, contributing a goal to go with some impressive defensive efforts.


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