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Post by Geezaldinho on Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:37 pm

Canada beat the USA u-20's in the CONCACAF qualifying finals 1-0. Mexico beat Costa Rica in the third place game.

The top three teams go to the World Cup, so the game had little real importance. Congrats to Canada, however.

Sophie played for Canada - you can see the goal here First half (in the last couple minutes)


Turns out all of the games are on Canadian youtube

The only catch is that the games are in Spanish - good commentary, too.

Michelle's goal against Mexico is in this link 40 yard run

About 23 minutes in...


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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by FANatic on Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:18 am

Thanks Geez - Michelle's goal was a beaut!!! A clinic on how to push the ball ahead of the defense, then speed past the defenders, dribble in and make a perfect strike to beat the defense and GK.

What a beast!!! And she's a Pilot..... cheers cheers cheers

(Anyone know if there's any video of her hat trick awhile back???) pirat (I just had eye surgery.)

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by Geezaldinho on Sun Jun 29, 2008 11:23 am

Hope everything goes OK with the eye recovery... Maybe you can revel in the pirate look for a few days.

The hat trick is on two of the youtube clips.
The first is HERE in the first half of the T&T game.
(around the 8th minute and just after the 28th minute, the second on a nice trough ball from Keelin)

Ohara scores two minutes after that.

The other tally was on the second half reel HERE ... about 28 minutes in.

She just steals he ball and runs through the defense. Left foot this time

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by Geezaldinho on Sun Jun 29, 2008 11:25 am

Purplegeezer wrote:Hope everything goes OK with the eye recovery... Take the opportunity to revel in the pirate look for a few days. Walk around shouting "ARRRG"

The hat trick is on two of the youtube clips.
The first two are HERE in the first half of the T&T game.
(around the 8th minute and just after the 28th minute, the second on a nice trough ball from Keelin)

Ohara scores two minutes after that.

The other tally was on the second half reel HERE ... about 28 minutes in.

She just steals he ball and runs through the defense. Left foot this time


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Body language

Post by Geezaldinho on Sun Jun 29, 2008 11:51 am

Have a look at the body language of the three teams in the medals ceremony. It's kind of funny.

Canada- This is soo cool! We won! Were the region champs! we're going to kick A** at the World Cup.

Mexico- We're in the World Cup! We got what we came here for! Now let's get ready!

USA- Somebody shot my dog.



C'mon guys! you're in the World Cup.... Now bring it home!

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by FANatic on Mon Jun 30, 2008 9:21 am

ARRRG!!! pirat Wow. This is fun! geek

Thanks for the clips, Geezer. Michelle looks more dangerous than ever. Twisted Evil

And you're right about the awards ceremony. Canada and Mexico look alive! The U.S. squad looks like they're attending a funeral. I think they probably were convinced that they were going to win the tournament. But like you said, they're in the World Cup...

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by Geezaldinho on Mon Jun 30, 2008 1:09 pm

We still had a player on the winning team...


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Hey FANatic! ... uh HEY MATEY!

Post by Geezaldinho on Mon Jun 30, 2008 1:12 pm

There's a pirate store at Lloyd Center now - by the skating rink.

You could accessorize! pirat

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Geezer Me Boy!

Post by FANatic on Tue Jul 01, 2008 9:52 am

Gotta check that store out! Afterward, we'll pillage and tear the place apart!!! drunken pirat drunken

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I dunno....

Post by Geezaldinho on Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:22 am

I always wanted to be a viking.

We won't clash, will we? alien

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I Am A True Norse Descendant

Post by FANatic on Tue Jul 01, 2008 5:45 pm

I am majority Scandinavian and have always considered myself a true descendant of the Viking Norseman.

Therefore, within the power of my heritage leaving me with the authority to do so, I hearby bestow upon you the title of "Honorary Viking". (I'm assuming from your statement that you are not of Norse blood.)

Good luck, my "Viking" friend and Godspeed. Wink

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Thanks!

Post by Geezaldinho on Tue Jul 01, 2008 6:11 pm

I was afraid I was going to have to read Snorri Sturluson or something for the exam.
The thought of reading the Prose Edda in the original was just too daunting....


I do have a little viking in me - Polish princes, who came from Sweden.

Now that I have the requirements out of the way, where do I get the cool hat with the horns?

Captain Henry doesn't have any


ArrgH 54 more days Sad


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Dooh!

Post by Geezaldinho on Tue Jul 01, 2008 7:14 pm

All I have to do is head across town. they have a lot of them there...

PSUVikings is a moderator, isn't he? He's gotta have a few pair

Now I won't feel so bad rooting for our other basketball team sometimes next year.

Wadya think?




OK, I admit it. I've gone bonkers. The season better start REALLY soon.

53 more days.....

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by GUPhantom on Tue Jul 01, 2008 9:20 pm

Isn't there an annual Alumuni versus incoming Team...that's played just before practice can officially begin? It may be just before or after they have the Season Ticket holder's BBQ and team preview/introductions? Which should be happening the end of month sometime, I think?

Is the alumni game announced and open to the public? I thought I remembered reading about how physically brutal one of these games got! It was no holds barred...new Pilots versus former Pilots! I remember reading something about Lauren Orlandos-Hansen hard-tackling and taking out one of the newbies. Ouch...that makes for a nice introduction and initiation to Pilot Soccer, huh?

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by Geezaldinho on Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:02 pm

there can only be 21 practice units (days?) before the first game, which is the 23rd. They must take a day off each week. That means no sooner that the 30th of July for the first practice.


Oh Jeez... I think that's right. Here, you try and figure it out



17.02.11 Practice units. In determining the first permissible preseason practice date, an institution shall
count back from its first scheduled contest, one unit for each day beginning with the opening of classes, one unit
for each day classes are not in session in the week of the first scheduled intercollegiate contest and two units for
each other day in the preseason practice period, except that the institution shall not count any units during the
preseason when all institutional dormitories are closed, the institution’s team must leave campus, and practice is
not conducted. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91; Revised: 1/10/92, 4/14/03)
17.02.11.1 Sunday. Sundays are excluded from the counting. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.2 Week. The “week” of the first scheduled intercollegiate contest is defined as the six days,
excluding Sunday, preceding the date of competition (even if one or more of the days fall into different tra-
ditional calendar weeks). (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.3 Opening Day of Classes. The “opening day of classes” is defined as the first day of classes as
listed in the member institution’s official catalog. Required freshman orientation is not considered to be the
opening day of classes for the academic year. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.4 First Day of Practice. The first day of practice may be conducted on the day when the last
practice unit occurs, which is determined by counting backward from the day of the first permissible regu-
larly scheduled contest. For example, in women’s volleyball, practice may be held on the day that the 29th 17.02.11 Practice units. In determining the first permissible preseason practice date, an institution shall
count back from its first scheduled contest, one unit for each day beginning with the opening of classes, one unit
for each day classes are not in session in the week of the first scheduled intercollegiate contest and two units for
each other day in the preseason practice period, except that the institution shall not count any units during the
preseason when all institutional dormitories are closed, the institution’s team must leave campus, and practice is
not conducted. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91; Revised: 1/10/92, 4/14/03)
17.02.11.1 Sunday. Sundays are excluded from the counting. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.2 Week. The “week” of the first scheduled intercollegiate contest is defined as the six days,
excluding Sunday, preceding the date of competition (even if one or more of the days fall into different tra-
ditional calendar weeks). (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.3 Opening Day of Classes. The “opening day of classes” is defined as the first day of classes as
listed in the member institution’s official catalog. Required freshman orientation is not considered to be the
opening day of classes for the academic year. (Adopted: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91)
17.02.11.4 First Day of Practice. The first day of practice may be conducted on the day when the last
practice unit occurs, which is determined by counting backward from the day of the first permissible regu-
larly scheduled contest. For example, in women’s volleyball, practice may be held on the day that the 29th
practice unit actually occurs, counting backward from the day of the first permissible regularly scheduled
contest. (Adopted:12/10/97; Revised: 4/14/03)

the ticket fest, if they have one, should pencil out to around the 15th.

Mrs. Hansen wouldn't do that......


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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by KFTC on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:42 pm

No alumni game on the horizon, I've been told. It's usually done in the spring anyway, as one of their 6 NCAA regulated playing dates, and they haven't had one since Spring 2007. Plus scheduling it in August would rule out Sinclair and Lopez, and do you really think Lauren would burn the alumni like that? She'd want to give them the best shot at winning and that means playing in the spring, when there are no national team commitments on the horizon. Smile

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by GUPhantom on Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:18 pm

Dang...I found the article I was referencing!

....As Tweety Bird said...."I DID..I DID saw a Puddy-Tat!!!!" cyclops

Huie’s squad was countered by fellow senior captain and defending national player of the year Christine Sinclair, who accounted for three goals en route to her team's unofficial victory. The competitiveness displayed during the intrasquad scrimmage was fierce. At one point, an upperclassman put a hard tackle on an unsuspecting freshman which would have drawn a caution from the most liberal of referees. Assistant Coach Lauren Orlandos, playing left back for the purple team, later put another player on the turf in an aerial battle, dislodging three hair clips in the process.

Mrs Hansen is a lean mean killing machine! Don't be mislead by her good looks and engaging smile! She'll "dislodge" anything on your
body if you're not careful!

How many more days?

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by GUPhantom on Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:34 pm

Here's a link to the full article from 2005. It wasn't the alumni game afterall....but the opening scrimmages where these incidences occurred.

2005 Pilots Open Practice

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Not credible

Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:40 pm

couldn't have happened.

The NCAA doesn't allow the use of hair clips, so your pernicious rumor is not credible

A.R. 4.6.a. May a player wear earrings, chains, charms, watches, hair clips,
bobby pins, tongue studs, bracelets of any type or items associated with piercing
(visible or not visible)? RULING: No.

I'm shocked you would repeat such things.

But I'm starting to like the sound of the word "pernicious"

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by GUPhantom on Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:53 pm

I'm sure Lauren had no pernicious intent. She was just being a good citizen on the pitch and enforcing those NCAA rules herself.

The referee swallowed his whistle on this play because 1) he realized he had missed the the violation during the pre-game inspection 2) he was too busy dodging the hairclips Mrs Hansen turned into shrapnel and 3) the sound of rattling teeth and skulls clashing mortified him pale

Yes Geezer...I agree...it didn't happen....

Play on......

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wow!

Post by Geezaldinho on Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:04 pm

The Bush folks could use you to help them explain Iraq.


It's after 7:00 so...
52 more days

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by fozziewozzie on Thu Jul 03, 2008 3:14 am

geez,
Bush doesnt need GUPhantom. He has Dick Cheney. When pointed out Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11 said, 'so'. I think that says it all really!

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by GUPhantom on Thu Jul 03, 2008 9:35 am

Yikes?!! That's right fozziewozzie...the Bush administration doesn't need me! Nor would I ever accept to serve and support this president. Didn't Chaney say "so"...when he shot his hunting buddy too? No Okay..sorry...guilty of putting words in his mouth!

This tread is headed into the dark side. Don't get me started on my polical views. I'd rather keep the topic on our awesome Portland Pilot Soccer Teams. Hopefully, we can present another Pilot jersey to the new guy in the White House. You noticed how I kept that statement bi-partisan? Wink

I've got my mouthpiece on...52 more days?

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Chaney Misquote

Post by FANatic on Thu Jul 03, 2008 11:38 am

Phantom - Chaney didn't say "so" when he shot his hunting buddy.

He said, (and I've seen it immortalized on a plaque in the Smithsonian), "Would you PLEASE get the HExx out of my way when I've got a clear shot at a Sasquatch?" tongue tongue tongue

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Re: Canada beats u-20's in final

Post by Geezaldinho on Thu Jul 03, 2008 11:44 am

GUPhantom wrote:
I've got my mouthpiece on... 52 more days?
GO PILOTS!!!

Now you can see how long to game day each time you open up a page with a post of mine on it.
Just look down at the Go Pilots signature.
then you have to add 18 hours to game TIME.

It's not for the faint of heart, though. I have to stick my head in a bucket of ice cold water each time I look at a certain other to-be-unnamed clock.


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