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Georgia United

The Georgia United U-16 and U-18 teams traveled to North Carolina to take on Capital Area Railhawks - CASL and the North Carolina Fusion.

The U-16s opened their weekend with a 2-0 win over the Railhawks. Cheik Fofana scored a brace in the win, pushing his season total to 18 goals. They took down the Fusion, 1-0, on Sunday with Will Crain scoring the match's lone goal. The U-16s currently sport a 15-11-3 record, good enough for fourth place in the Southeastern Division and a spot in the Development Academy Playoffs.

The U-18s also beat the Railhawks, 2-1, behind goals from Cal Jennings and Juan Torres. On Sunday, they defeated the Fusion, 5-1, with goals from Jorge Romero, Patrick Okonkwo, Jennings, Diego Melissi, and Chris Mikus. At 15-11-3, they're holding onto one of the final spots in the playoffs.

All three Georgia United teams are in action next Saturday, when they host the Carolina Rapids at Metro North Park.

Concorde Fire

The Concorde U-16s and U-18s Development Academy teams also traveled to North Carolina to take on the Fusion and the Railhawks.

The U-16s opened their weekend with a 1-0 loss to the Fusion. They fell to the Railhawks on Sunday, 7-2, with Benjamin Agnew and Alec Supinski scoring in the loss. They're currently 9-16-3 on the season.

The U-18s lost to the Fusion, 6-2. Roberto Arteaga and Michael Ille scored for Concorde. They dropped a 7-1 decision to the Railhawks, with Arteaga scoring the Fire's lone goal. The U-18s are in tenth place in the Southeastern Division with a 7-16-5 record.

All three Concorde Fire Development Academy teams host the South Carolina Battery Academy on Saturday at Georgia Soccer Park.

Gatorade Georgia Soccer Player of the Year

Josh Bronstorph of Dunwoody High School was named Georgia Soccer Player of the Year. The senior midfielder put up 44 goals and 19 assists for the Wildcats. He is attending Georgia Southern University in the fall.

Atlanta Fire United Academy Elite Cup Tournament

Atlanta Fire United hosted their annual tournament in Duluth. Flight champions are listed below:

U-8: Concorde Fire Central White 8-6 Atlanta Fire Gold

U-9 Elite: Concorde Fire Central Black 4-2 Atlanta Fire Gold U-9 Gold: Concorde Fire North Red 4-1 AFC Lightning Yellow U-9 Classic: SSA Chelsea Copa Black 5-4 Concorde Fire Central Red

U-10 Elite 8v8: SSA Chelsea Predator Blue 4-2 Concorde Fire North U-10 Elite 6v6: SSA Chelsea Mundial Blue 6-2 Atlanta Fire Silver U-10 Gold 6v6: SSA Chelsea Copa Blue 10-3 SSA Chelsea Mundial White

U-11 Elite: SSA Chelsea Predator Blue 2-1 Concorde Fire North Black U-11 Gold: SSA Chelsea Mundial Blue 3-0 SSA Chelsea Mundial Black U-11 Classic: Atlanta Fire Black 3-0 Atlanta Fire Red

U-12 Elite 8v8: Concorde Fire North White 2-1 Atlanta Fire Gold U-12 Gold 8v8: Smyrna Bulldogs - Red 3-1 Smyrna Bulldogs Black U-12 Elite 11v11: Concorde Fire Central Black 3-0 Atlanta Fire Elite

High School State Rankings

Top Drawer Soccer released their rankings for the state of Georgia. Here is the top 20:

1) Chattahoochee (Johns Creek): 18-0-0

2) Brookwood (Snellville): 15-3-0

3) Johnson (Gainesville): 19-0-1

4) Riverwood (Sandy Springs): 15-3-2

5) Wesleyan School (Norcross): 20-0-1

6) Allatoona (Acworth): 14-4-1

7) Greenbrier (Evans): 19-1-0

8) Dalton (Dalton): 17-2-1

9) Parkview (Lilburn): 17-4-0

10) McIntosh (Peachtree City): 19-2-0

11) East Hall (Gainesville): 20-1-0

12) Milton (Milton): 15-3-1

13) Lakeside (Atlanta): 20-1-0

14) Northgate (Newnan): 17-1-1

15) Duluth (Duluth): 13-5-1

16) Norcross (Norcross): 13-4-1

17) Houston County (Warner Robins): 17-2-1

18) Pace Academy (Atlanta): 16-1-0

19) Pebblebrook (Mableton): 15-2-0

20) Cross Keys (Atlanta): 15-2-1