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North Texas Soccer pair Fragle and Sealy called into U-14 USMNT Camp

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FRISCO, Texas (Feb. 23, 2017) – North Texas Soccer players Reece Fragle and Dante Sealy were among the 36 players called into the first Under-14 U.S. Boy’s National Team camp of 2017, taking place from Feb. 18-25 at U.S. Soccer’s National Training Center in Carson, Calif.

All players attending the camp were born in 2003, and the group will face Club Tijuana’s Under-14 and Under-15 teams in friendly matches scheduled for Feb. 24.

Both Fragle and Sealy are returning to the U-14 USMNT after being called into its previous camp in November of last year. Fragle plays his club soccer in the FC Dallas Youth system and is both a Region III US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) and North Texas ODP player. The defender from Plano, Texas, has played in the Chamber Classic Soccer Alliance Classic League from 2012-16 and reached the semifinals of the 2016 US Youth Soccer North Texas State Cup with FC Dallas.

Like Fragle, Sealy plays his club soccer in the FC Dallas Youth system. The forward from Frisco, Texas reached the finals of the 2014 North Texas State Cup and played in the 2015 group stage. Sealy has also played in the CCSAI Classic League from 2013-16.

North Texas players on U.S. Youth National Teams