Dallas Cup: Dynamo Academy continues success and look to move on to quarterfinals

On the second day of Dallas Cup action, all three Dynamo Academy clubs got positive results. All three are at the top of their groups and are in good position to advance to the knockout stages.

In day two of the 2013 Dallas Cup, the Dynamo Academy clubs continued on a successful path to the finals. Each team sits first in their age group and enter into the final group match with a chance to advance to the quarterfinals.

Dynamo Academy U18 4-1 C.F. San Nicolas (Mexico)

U-18s sit in first place of their bracket, with a 2-0-0 record.

The team sits on a 11-1 (+10) goal differential, the most in the division.

The team has combined for 11 goals, which is also the highest so far in their division.

Dynamo Homegrown Player Bryan Salazar leads all scorers with four goals after a hat trick in the first game and a goal in today's match.

Additional goals scored in today's match were by: Christian Diaz, Irvin Ramirez, and Carlos Ibarra.

Dynamo Academy U16 6-3 LSVA Red (Nevada)

The U-16s also sit in first place in Bracket G with a 2-0-0 record.

The team has an 11-4 (+7) goal differential which is best in their division.

Like the U-18s, the team has combined for 11 goals and is highest in the division. Next best is only six.

Elo Ozumba leads his team with five goals total, four of which were all scored today.

Dynamo Academy U14 1-1 Juventus Heat (California North)

The U-14s also control first place at the moment with a 1-1-0 record.

The team has a 3-2 (+1) goal differential.

All three clubs will have a day off for rest on Tuesday, but will resume action on Wednesday. Check the full schedule of the opening round on our initial post.

Stay tuned to Dynamo Theory for updates on all the Dallas Cup action.

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